Security concerns in Cokesbury apartments may be solved in the coming semester
A resolution is currently sitting on the senate floor calling for heightened security in Cokesbury Court apartments.
Student Senate is changing its allotment process.
The changes began Sept. 24 with senators unanimously agreeing to suspend parts of the student constitution.
Lesley Black has replaced Corey Hill as associate director of student development.
Hill now works as the director of education programs at Kappa Sigma fraternity in Charlottesville, Va.
Hill also previously served as the interfraternal council adviser.
Black also will serve as adviser for Student Senate and OCULeads, a program for new students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership potential throughout their high school career.
When looking for help with funding, students and organizations have the opportunity to turn to student government.
Student Governmnet Association has the ability to give out money to organizations through allotments.
By The Editors Student Senate recently approved Student Government Association’s Fall 2013 budget. The budget totals to more than $106,000 for the semester and is comprised mainly from student fees. The budget includes events hosted on and off campus for students, SGA officials’ salaries, office supplies, and more. Read more on page 1. SGA officials […]
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Student Government Association has nearly $12,000 less in its fall budget this academic year. Student Senate approved the $106,000 budget in its Sept. 3 meeting. The budget decreased for the first time in several years. The Fall 2012 SGA budget was $117,700. SGA President Beatrize Martinez spent the summer creating the budget […]
By The Editors OCU students are known for their commitment to various organizations and participation in multiple activities at any given time. The freshman class this year seems to be extremely involved in campus organizations and groups. A record number of women went through sorority recruitment this year. More than 150 women signed up for […]
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Student senators are making some changes to Student Senate meetings this semester. These changes include a more engaging call the audience as well as how bills are written and submitted At the Aug. 27 meeting, Senators approved the Standing Rules for the organization. The Standing Rules and other documents pertinent to […]
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Student organizations may not know until September how much money they will get from the student government. Student Senate upheld SGA President Robin Ladd’s veto of the allotments at their April 9 meeting. Senate approved allotments totaling about $16,000 for the fall at the April 2 meeting. Ladd vetoed the allotments […]
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Edgars Boitmanis, political science/economics senior, has been elected the next president of Student Senate. This office also functions as the vice president of Student Government Association. “I say thank you to everyone who supported my campaign and everyone who voted in the SGA elections,” Boitmanis said. Boitmanis said he plans to […]
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Students won’t know all of their choices for the top representative of the student body until the day the election begins. The decision comes after Student Government Association presidential candidate Jacilyn Kennedy was disqualified March 13 from the race. Kennedy, entertainment business junior, was one of six students who filed for […]
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Tonight’s Student Senate meeting, scheduled for 8 p.m. in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center has been canceled due to the weather. According to an email sent out by Terrance Craft, president of Student Senate, a special session of Senate will be called by Robin Ladd, SGA […]