The Student Government Association passed a new Glass Recycling proposal and allocated $400 to the Diversity Committee for their virtual Diversity Food Night.
Results of the Student Government Association elections were announced March 21, with one position remaining to be announced. A total of 1,366 votes were received.
Due to precautionary actions against the global pandemic of COVID-19, the Student Government Association election voting booths will not be available on campus, but the election will still be held online on the online platform CubConnect from March 18 through March 20.
The Student Government Association held its weekly meeting on March 2., during which the senators discussed new additions to “The Pit” in the Christian Cafeteria, heard changes being made to the Late Night Menu and received a word of motivation.
Given the size of UCA, security is often considered a necessity to ensure all students are safe. However, there have recently been incidents that have not been able to be fully taken care of due to a lack of security cameras that would have give campus police full video evidence.
UCA President Houston Davis attended the weekly Student Government Association meeting Monday, Feb. 17, to address the Resource Optimization Initiative (ROI).
The Student Government Association met Monday night to propose and pass new motions, celebrate Black History Month and appoint a new senator.
SGA held its first meeting of the semester Jan. 27. Senators heard presentations, allocated event funding, and welcomed seven new senators who were sworn in to fill positions left vacant after the fall semester.
SGA President Joshua Eddinger-Lucero announced the resignation of UCA chief of staff, and SGA senate members passed a resolution to change the name of Chemistry building and passed a motion to allocate additional funds to the Minority Mentorship Program.
Fred Rhodes, a co-curricular transcript consultant, and Wendy Holbrook, assistant vice president for student engagement, leadership and service, presented an upcoming program to SGA Nov. 26, with an ambition to allow students additional opportunities for their out-of-class involvements to be…
A motion was passed during the Student Government Association’s chambers meeting to bring free menstrual products to campus. The lead senators on the project are Jennifer Cale, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics representative and chair of the Housing and Food Service Committee,…