Archive for Student Government

Western develops master plan

October 1, 2014 Comments

Taylor Allen

Missouri Western is developing a master plan to better the campus and is looking for students’ help. Ann Pearce, special assistant to the president, said it is time for a comprehensive master plan since one has not been completed since the campus moved to its current location. “The master plan is really a strategic plan for […]

Western’s car charging stations are go

September 19, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Missouri Western is set to get a couple of electric car charging stations in the future for students and professors to utilize. KCP&L, the electric utility company, had a micro-grant program for green initiatives, receiving 135 applications. Seventeen were awarded, with Missouri Western receiving the maximum award, $3,000. Dr. Brian Cronk was the professor who […]

SGA taking off at full speed

September 18, 2014 Comments

Meghan Stevens

Although the year has just begun, the leaders of the Student Government Association said they have been hard at work. President Daniel Hager and Vice President Tyler O’Neill spent most of their summer on the Western campus discussing their goals for the upcoming year. Hager and O’Neill have similar plans for the new year in […]

Senate race leaves five hopefuls behind

April 9, 2014 Comments

Michael Penn

The Student Government Association election for the 2014-2015 term resulted in new members, the loss of old members and lower vote totals than in past years. When elections closed on March 6, the number of votes for SGA president and vice president totaled to only 209, and the number of votes for Western Activities Council […]

SGA unanimously passes Student Success Act reallocation plan

April 18, 2013 Comments

Katelyn Canon

The Student Government Association unanimously passed the reallocation of Student Success Act funds. During the last senate meeting, April 15, SGA President Jacob Scott presented a finalized proposal to senators that will reallocate funds from the five areas originally outlined to 10 different areas. The areas outlined in the passed proposal are Baker Fitness Center […]

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