The Student Government Association passed legislation Tuesday to aid student organizations, fund SGA outreach forms to be put on campus, and ask Western Kentucky University to create a “Vet Our Vendors” University Committee in their ninth meeting of the semester.
The Student Government Association amended their constitution and provided funding for a spring photo contest in their eighth meeting of the semester.
With COVID-19 being as large of a factor as it has been for the past year, it is no secret that on-campus student organizations are seeing the lasting effects of the pandemic.WKU has seen many new plans, regulations and guidelines to tackle COVID-19 since the start of last semester, and many…
The Student Government Association passed legislation Tuesday regarding WKU’s Naming and Symbols Task Force, a new on-campus community garden, and giving funds to campus organizations in their seventh meeting of the semester.
The Student Government Association voted on legislation to fund a scholarship grading event and to support the Bottom of the Hill Revitalization Initiative at their sixth meeting of the semester.
The Student Government Association offers five scholarships for WKU students to apply for. Here’s everything you need to know about them.
The Student Government Association passed legislation Tuesday in an effort to make SGA more accessible to students and to promote safe driving at their fifth meeting of the semester.
The Student Government Association Tuesday funded student organizations and nominated a new senator at their fourth meeting of the semester.
The Student Government Association had to adapt to a new medium of meeting after the COVID-19 pandemic began in March. The sudden change made it more difficult to connect with students and pass legislation.“I know 2020 was different to say the least, but I am hopeful that it has provided man…