Editorial  The Undergraduate Student Government’s swift and premeditated legislation in the closure of SBU-TV is representative of the way the recent administration has operated for the past year, for better and more importantly for worse. It’s clear that the television station had very little viewership, primarily based on the lack of programming and shows broadcast on channel 20. The $35,000 to run the station could very well be easily put to better use, considering again the poor presence SBU-TV had. Which is why when USG moved to pass the SBU-TV Reformation Act, it really came as no surprise that the act passed 12 to five, with two abstentions. It passed with one vote more than the 2/3 majority required. What’s alarming isn’t that this defined quasi-agency of USG was taken over, it is the manner in which things were done that leaves USG with yet another black eye. The events…