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New hoops without damage

When there is a problem on campus that affects student life at Missouri Western, that’s when the Student Government Association is there to help the student population. Many students play basketball at the Commons on the outdoor basketball hoops, but this activity is getting more and more difficult for students that wish to enjoy a nice pick-up game or a... Read More

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

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, who had 174 votes. A... Read More

SGA Applications Due Soon

Vacant senate seats will soon be filled after the upcoming election. The Student Government Association is accepting applications through Feb. 15. Director for Student Relations Morgan Lindgren encourages students who are interested to become involved with SGA. “It is a great way to get involved and be informed about things on campus. You get to represent and stand up for... Read More

SGA spending in question

The debatable spending on school tradition could be headed to SGA’s way very soon. During the first SGA meeting the student Senate approved $5,500 for the purchase of rally towels during the griffon athletic games. The funding for the towels is coming from the Senate’s special project budget that deals with improving the students experience at Missouri Western. Usually this... Read More

Committee commitment creating change

This year Missouri Western’s Student Government Association decided to shake things up a bit and try something new regarding committees. Traditionally, SGA met every Monday, and Senators would be responsible for attending committees in addition to this weekly meeting, but this year they decided to try a schedule that would allow for both at the same time. Jacob Scott, SGA... Read More