Archive for Student Government

Constitution undergoes changes in closed session

March 3, 2011 Comments

Dave Hon

After revising several aspects of their constitution, Student Government Association has placed the revised constitution on the ballot for a student vote. The new constitution, which was discussed in closed session during the Feb. 28 senate meeting, passed on a vote of 11-1. SGA refused to release a copy of the revised constitution by press […]

Tobacco policy goes on student ballot

March 1, 2011 Comments

Todd Fuller

Missouri Western, your opportunity to cast your vote on the much bandied about Tobacco Policy will happen March 7-8. This topic has been a sore spot for many students, particularly smokers, and now everyone will have the opportunity to read the new policy and determine whether or not to adopt it. It is important to […]

SGA meeting goes on with few attending

February 21, 2011 Comments

Jesse Bilderback

Even though many members of the SGA have been absent from the past two meetings due to illnesses and school dealings in the states capitol, it has been business as usual for those in attendance. The SGA discussed in their weekly meeting whether the decision in granting the Fellowship of Christian Athletes $750 for the […]

SGA Pushing Vote on Tobacco Free Policy and Esry Fee

January 21, 2011 Comments

Nick McCutcheon

Student Government Association officials are pushing to get a tobacco free policy and an Esry Health Center fee on this March’s SGA and Senate election ballots. Focus groups will be formed to provide feedback on the proposed changes before both policies are drafted and placed on the ballot. “It’s our goal to get student opinion […]

SGA allocates last minute funds for food court televisions

November 15, 2010 Comments

Nick McCutcheon

The following article contains direct quotations that include vulgarities. Bill 35 to allocate $3,000 for the purchase and installation of two new televisions for the Food Court snuck its way onto the Senate meeting agenda Nov. 15 and passed 11-1 with one abstention. The televisions were slated to replace two sets that were already in […]

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