Tag Archives: SGA elections

OPINION | SGA right in deciding to stick to the rules

Butler University’s Student Government Association is making the right decision to overturn the rule allowing freshmen to be on the Election Oversight Committee. Sophomore James Schubert was able to serve as the chairman of the EOC, and another freshman was allowed on the committee, last year because SGA suspended the rules, Schubert said. SGA holds

OPINION | Advisers should advise, not lead

When student leaders apply, campaign for and put hours into their roles, they should also be able to defend themselves on their own. It’s time to take the training wheels off of Student Government Association. While I believe that faculty advisers for Student Government Association have good intentions, some of the actions in assembly leave

SGA hopes to amp up campaign awareness

Butler University’s Student Government Association is hoping to increase student interest and voter turnout for the presidential and class officer elections on Feb. 27. Allie Combs, the public relations representative for the SGA Election Oversight Committee, said that SGA is turning to technology for this election. “(SGA members) usually do a ‘Rock the Vote’ campaign,”