Student senators are working on two new resolutions for this semester that could make students’ lives a little easier.
One of the resolutions is adding an ice machine in Oklahoma United Methodist Hall.
Shannon Beshears, dance performance sophomore, is researching the issue and ways to fix it.
“It would be really nice to have one,” said Jacob Overling, business administration junior. “I have lived there all three years and it just sucks when it’s really hot outside and my water or drink isn’t as cold.”
The other resolution involves getting a new practice room for dance students to practice after the dance school closes.
Chance Johnson, chief of staff for the executive office of Student Senate, is researching for this resolution.
“There are still a lot of questions circling it as too whether it is possible, but it is something we would definitely be excited about,” Johnson said. “We would need a lot of student support, but I can see the resolution coming full circle.”
Students can hear more on these resolutions at State of the Students, an annual event hosted by Student Senate to update students on what the SGA officers worked on last semester and over the break in regards to allotment’s, appropriations, bill resolutions, and Student Activities Council events.
“It’s a good chance for students to see what we are doing for them,” said Terrence Craft, Student Senate president. “I would encourage everyone to come if they can.”
The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 20 in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.
Student Senate meetings will occur this semester at 7:30 every other Tuesday in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.