Butler administration proposes increases to student parking permit prices, SGA introduces resolution in opposition.
Student Government Association will continue working to revitalize campus and hold the university accountable.
Executive, legislative, and judicial branch representatives review accomplishments from this past semester.
“Star Fountain is empty right now. Why? Because SGA hates fun. I know this is true because Star Fountain lacks shiny, plastic, multicolored balls in its empty depths. In short, we need a ball pit in Star Fountain.”
Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten reports about the Esports Park Grand Opening and the new SGA Uber partnership, and multimedia reporter Eva Hallman gives us a rundown of Homecoming 2022.
SGA begins working on initiatives for the first semester.
Resources can be found at CCS and through SGA to improve their mental health and self-care routines.
A new account was made to get information to students while waiting to hear back from Meta.
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Multimedia reporter Benjamin Buttrick sat down with newly elected SGA President Cade Chezem and Vice President Meet Patel to talk about their plans for SGA.