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.
Chairperson nominations to multiple senate committees were confirmed at the Student Government Association meeting Tuesday evening. SGA’s plans to handle the issue of racial slur use within Greek organizations, however, were not.
The SGA Judicial Council has filled out with four nominations this Tuesday. This comes before the elections to be held in the next two days, where the senate will see itself at near-full capacity.
The executive and legislative branches of the Student Government Association failed to pass a budget at their second weekly meeting on Tuesday, due to disagreements over whether to use funds for scholarships or for recreational amenities.
A revival of WKU’s “Earn-A-Computer” program is slated for the current Fall 2019 semester. The revitalization plan was brought up during a Student Government Association meeting last Tuesday by Director of Academic and Student Affairs Abbey Norvell.Norvell frames “Earn-A-Computer” as a group…