Student Government Association will continue working to revitalize campus and hold the university accountable.
Conflict between SGA and diversity leaders arises after two DEI vetoes from the SGA President. Director of DESB resigns.
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A spending cap on the service was reached the weekend following spring break, requiring students to pay out of pocket.
On Feb. 23 Cade Chezem and Meet Patel were elected as the new president and vice president of SGA.
SGA reflects on internal and external adjustments made this semester and what the future will hopefully look like for students.
The SGA event gave students the chance to bring up issues directly to interim provost Brooke Barnett.
Students can now Uber to select locations around Indianapolis for discounted or waived prices. Student organizations looking for funding must go through the SGA Senate instead of the SGA finance board.
Butler’s SGA approves budget, allocating $70,000 for organization wages, and $45,000 for transportation.
Major changes to Butler’s SGA structure move program council and diversity program council to department of student affairs and diversity center.