Archive for Student Government

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 […]

President-elect Sisco announces new directors

April 18, 2013 Comments

Matthew Hunt

SGA President-elect Katie Sisco has selected the directors for her administration. Sisco, who will be elected this Friday at the SGA banquet, has selected her Directors of Student Relations, Communications and Finances. She has taken it upon herself to bring both new and old faces to those offices in the Student Government. “I’m really excited […]

Katy Sisco wins election, will be SGA’s next President

April 12, 2013 Comments

Matthew Hunt

It’s not even the end of the school year, and the newly elected President of Student Government Association is already working on issues for next school year. President-elect Katy Sisco and Vice President-elect Dillon Williams were elected to SGA. Sisco and Williams received 268 votes, compared to presidential candidate Mary Beth Rosenauer and Derek Thompson, […]

SGA hopes for administration approval for parking improvements

March 23, 2013 Comments

Albert Shelby

SGA has voiced the idea of extending and improving parking for students to administration. A proposal has not been made yet but members of SGA are hoping that administration will make a decision soon. SGA Senator Travis Hart believes that once they get a sure answer from the administration, the process of proposing extended parking […]

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