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The Student Government Association passed a resolution supporting the extension of hours in the Extended Hours Study in the Charles V. Park Library at its meeting Feb. 6.SGA Vice President Anna Owens said this resolution is for students who have very different schedules
The senate and house members gathered in the UC Auditorium
for the discussion of many different topics around Central Michigan
Anna Owens Student Government Association Vice President,
called order to the third meeting of the semester held on Jan.
The Student Government Association introduced their second
meeting of the spring 2017 semester with the available positions that are up
for grabs.The UC Auditorium was filled with students eager to see
change in CMU’s community.The house leader Cody Van Buren, introduced the available positions,
which were the following: House Clerk, House Pro Tempore, Parliamentarian,
Membership Committee, SBAC, and Hardship.Leaders of the six committees had then given updates on what
was discussed at their individual meetings.
Student Government Association has their first meeting on Monday and will be holding elections for Senate positions.
While Central Michigan University administration and the Academic Senate make decisions regarding the university, some of the legislation comes from another source.That source is a group of students whose decisions reflect the voice for their fellow students on campus.Student Government Association (SGA) is described by its President Jazmin Biernat as “an organization of student representatives on campus that look to address issues that are relevant for everyone.”Biernat replaced Ian Elliott, who stepped down in December due to “personal reasons and opportunities.” Biernat declined to comment Elliott’s whereabouts but said she is excited to lead the organization this semester.“Every year it’s something different,” Biernat said.
Eight students walked into the first Student Government Association meeting of the spring semester as nominees. They left as senators.
Student Government Association’s first meeting of the semester will be Monday, Jan. 9, at 7 PM in the UC auditorium.“The first meeting of the semester is always kind of crazy because we have senate elections but this semester is different because there isn’t a senate leader,” Vice President Anna Owens said.
Student Government Association president Ian Elliott announced he would be stepping down from his role for "personal reasons" during the Monday meeting in the Bovee University Center.Jazmin Biernat, SGA vice president, announced to the house and senate that Elliott privately relinquished his position on Dec.
Get ready to dance Central Michigan University. A new fundraising event for United Way is being put together with the support of several student organizations--its a dance marathon that will total 15 hours long..
Students at Central Michigan University got to meet a candidate running for the 99th district of the Michigan House of Representatives, Democrat Bryan Mielke, at a forum Tuesday night.His Republican contender...
Veterans may receive their own orientation in the summer, if approved by the Academic Senate and President Ross. The Student Government Association's House and Senate both viewed and approved a resolution for the first time this semester at their meeting Monday night.
Minor In Possession's, nuisance complaints, misdemeanors, and more. If students got into trouble this weekend, the student Government Association Legal Clinic has resources to help, including partnerships with two local practices.
Fourteen new senators were sworn in during the first Student Government Association meeting of the year Sept.
Students who want to help the people of Flint, ride with first responders, hop in a helicopter, and volunteer for the Flint community can do it all this Saturday.
Fourteen new senators were sworn in during an election Monday night at the first Student Government Association meeting of the year.Out of the 24 available senate seats, only four remain open.Electing senators in the fall is a common part of the agenda for the first general meeting.
Students will have the position to represent academic colleges and organizations if they run for a senate position at the first Student Government Association meeting of the year Sept.
After a long summer dedicating two days a week to communicating the needs of Central Michigan University students to administrators, Student Government Association President Ian Elliott wants to continue that discussion.He hopes to open a channel of communication between students, city officials, and CMU administration through regular meetings and compiling documentation of student grievances.By doing this, Elliott said he hopes to improve transparency between the three bodies so they can work together to provide the best opportunities for students.SGA is a body of students meant to connect the gap between students and university officials.
Members of the Student Government
Association are partnering with political science professors to create a
mobile Secretary of State unit to register students on-campus to vote.The drive is scheduled to take place from 10 a.m.