SGA’s recently-amended constitution includes changes to the election process and organizational structure.
The Student Government Association Student Initiative Board has installed several new pieces of furniture in the hallways and landings of Jordan Hall.
Host Kennedy Aiman gives viewers an inside look at the top stories from the Collegian this week. Stories include a potential pay increase for the SGA President, the money Butler earned from the NCAA Tournament, a preview at the final visiting writer of the year and a hot take about commencement speaker David Brooks.
Turning Point USA reached out to SGA for sponsorship to be an official group on Butler’s campus and was turned down. TPUSA supports fiscal responsibility, limited government and free markets, but has received criticism for recent comments on minority groups.
Campus policy on sex discrimination, seuxal harrassment, sexual misconduct and domestic violence changed. The hearing process is now eliminated from the overall procedure.
Lardin was elected the new Student Government Association president for the 2017-18 school year on Feb. 23.
Voting for Student Government Association president ended Feb. 20, but there is no winner yet.
CAITLIN FLOWERS | MULTIMEDIA REPORTER
BLAKELY HEATON | STAFF REPORTER Butler students, faculty and alumni can now subscribe to the new Student Government Association newsletter, the Carillon. SGA released the first issue of The Carillon, on Nov. 1, 2015. The newsletter will be a way for all who subscribe to stay up to date on what SGA is doing on…
BLAKELY HEATON | STAFF REPORTER email@example.com The 2015-2016 Butler University Student Government Association Senate is complete after appointing vacant positions. The Senate had its first meeting Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. Some senator positions were left vacant, causing a delay in the Senate’s start this year. The SGA Cabinet was responsible for the nine appointments,…