The Faculty Senate Executive Committee along with the WKU Chapter of American Association of University Professors issued a joint statement addressed to President Timothy Caboni, Provost Cheryl Stevens and Regent Claus Ernest regarding the Big Red Restart Plan Wednesday.
The Student Government Association plans to postpone upcoming Spring elections until the Fall semester in response to campus facilities closing due to COVID-19.
The senate body of SGA has voted in favor of allocating $5,000 to begin plans to build hammock poles across campus. 3-20-S, the hammock-building bill specifically, is part of a larger SGA initiative through the “special projects fund.”
Students of all public and private technical colleges and universities across Kentucky will gather in Frankfort for the Rally for Higher Education on March 3. At 10 a.m., about 400 students will fill the Capitol rotunda to open a conversation with the commonwealth’s legislators.“With the add…
Five new senators have joined the ranks of the WKU SGA alongside the appointment of two new committee chairs. Approval did not come easy, however, as members of the senate leaned hard into nominees’ positions on pressing campus and SGA issues.
A Student Government Association Bill will fund the opportunity for students at WKU’s Glasgow Campus to acclimate themselves to the professional dinner environment on campus received all votes in favor of its passing this Tuesday at SGA’s weekly meeting.
Bill 1-20-S, or “Funding for the ‘Go With the Flow’” program, passed unanimously on the senate floor at the SGA meeting on Tuesday. The bill, which has streamlined availability of feminine hygiene products in campus restrooms, will receive extended funding in its newest run.
The senators of WKU’s Student Government Association may visit the state’s capital next month for the annual Rally for Higher Education. Some senators and committee chairs, however, have silently vacated their positions since fall semester, placing strain on the strength in numbers of SGA’s …
The Student Government Association has seen a rise in scholarship application numbers along with progress on the new First Year Village project, according to executive members Garrett Edmonds and Abbey Norvell.
Tuesday’s SGA meeting saw an effort to organize an SGA labor committee from WKU student Jay Wells, who advocated for workers’ rights following recent budget cuts from the university.
Members of the Student Government Association's executive board defended their stance on rejecting Resolution 4-19-F as it was presented to them following last Tuesday’s meeting.