SGA back to work after fall break

Quiche Matchen

Reconvening after fall break, the Student Government Association came back to a lot of bills, events and a resolution to read.

A campus clean-up bill went up for second read and was approved unanimously.

The clean-up bill will also fund promotional t-shirts for volunteers at the event on Oct. 23.

Up for first read was the organizational aid appropriations for WKU athletics street team and Relay for Life bill. 

The organizational aid for the WKU athletics street team is $500 to buy clothes for recognition at any WKU sporting event.

Relay for Life requested $400 to purchase an iPad for their raffle on Oct. 27 to gain donations.

A resolution to reopen the food court on South Campus also went up for first read.

The South Campus food court shut down at the beginning of the semester. The hours for the South Campus bookstore have been shortened as well.

Hannah Garland, Chairman of Academic Affairs, encouraged everyone to tell a friend about Study Abroad applications because of it’s weekend deadline.

SGA president Cory Dodds also reminded members to RSVP for the picnic with president Gary Ransdell on Oct. 22.