SGA reviews amendments, moves meeting location

Leah Brown

The SGA office temporarily moved this week to Garrett Conference Center after a flooding in Cravens Library. The office will remain there until their new offices and chamber are finished in DSU.   

The meetings will also move to the Garrett Conference Center room 203. 

There will be a question and answer session with Provost Emslie open to all students at the next meeting. 

Cole McDowell, Barrett Greenwell, Jay Todd Richey and Nolan Miles were all approved for their new appointments. 

Bill 2-14-S and Resolution 2-14-S went into first read. 

Resolution 1-14-S was passed after much debate.  However, after the meeting the Executive Council reviewed the constitution and found the amendment was unable to pass.  There were not enough senators in attendance to pass the legislation.  

The amendment is still in first review and will be discussed at next week’s meeting. 

“I am very wary about the direction that this amendment is taking for the future of this organization,” Boka said.