So, what actual power does SGA have on campus?
Butler junior Maya Patel stepped into the role of SGA president on Sept 29.
SGA’s Student Initiatives Board plans to continue adding more water filtration stations around campus in the upcoming semesters.
SGA’s recently-amended constitution includes changes to the election process and organizational structure.
New proposal includes raises for SGA president and all cabinet members to be implemented next school year.
Student senate members takes action to help the communication between BUPD and the student body
These rules will be implemented when the SGA election begins Feb 16.
The outdoor space between Gallahue Hall and the Holcomb Building will be a new study area for students by the beginning of next school year. Student Government Association approved the project last Wednesday. The executive board has been working on it since last semester. The new area will have tables with umbrellas and bar-height tables…
Butler University faculty are asking students to help bring public transportation to campus. A public meeting with Indy Connect, central Indiana’s public transportation initiative, was scheduled for last night but was rescheduled due to inclement weather concerns. Butler offered to shuttle 50 students to the meeting so they could offer their own opinions on the…
The Butler student body chose junior Craig Fisher to lead the Student Government Association in the 2013-14 school year. The Election Oversight Committee released the verified results for the SGA presidential election Monday night. Fisher is a pharmacy major native to Indianapolis. Both of his parents are Butler alumni. He attributes his success to his…