Privilege Fee Committee recommends continuance for Campus Entertainment Fund

The Privilege Fee Committee recommends the Campus Entertainment Fund receive a continuance on their allocated $150,000.

Student senate introduces legislation to establish election board, approves intern class

In Thursday's student senate, SGA introduced legislation aimed at helping the elections commissioner and approved the first-round of interns to the second phase of the newly-minted program.

This transfer student is making waves fighting student issues at K-State

Jonathan Cole, a Butler Community College transfer student, is using his connections to RESULT, elected officials and Student Governing Association to combat issues that are pertinent to K-State students.

SGA supports affordable housing, approves new senators to vacancies

Student senate passed a resolution supporting affordable housing in the Little Apple and filled senator vacancies in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School

Privilege Fee Committee hears continuation proposal for Student Design Services

Student Design Services requested a continuation of their $65,000 allocation over the next three years.

SGA interns often become the leaders in the student body. Here’s why the program...

This term's SGA intern program, a hybrid of two separate projects, is designed to help address how students interact with the governing body.

On National Voter Registration Day, hundreds of students registered to vote, SGA director says

On Tuesday, in honor of National Voter Registration Day, campus entities collaborated with Student Governing Association to register students to vote on campus. They registered over 100 students.

This student saw a need to fight sexual violence at K-State, so she took...

Wildcat Task Force Against Sexual Violence will find ways for students, faculty to combat sexual violence

SGA confirms elections commissioner, K-State Proud co-chairs speak

SGA approved elections commissioner for the 2018-2019 term, Kristen Schau, without opposition.

SGA resolution calling for protection of SNAP passes unanimously

In addition to officially recognizing SGA independent positions in the bylaws, student senate unanimously passed a resolution aimed at protecting the existence of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

Hale Library could partially reopen as soon as next fall, dean of libraries says

Dean of Libraries Lori Goetsch tells Student Governing Association that Hale Library could partially reopen as soon as fall 2019

New position intends to bridge gap between SGA and student body

“He’s very dedicated to making SGA more visible to students on campus,” speaker of the student senate Ryan Kelly said.

Student support director announces food drive, coordinators prepare for interns

In the first student senate meeting of the school year, the 2018-2019 governing body gets acquainted with expectations, prepares for food drive and discusses the beginning of the new intern program.

SGA approves Kiehl’s pick for chief of staff after 30 minutes of debate

The cabinet members for the 2018-2019 student senate term were all approved after much debate.

Increased funding will benefit students, director of Counseling Services says

Counseling Services will add staff members with the help of a budget increase to better provide services for K-State students.

SGA president addresses senators’ concern about cabinet selection

Following whispers of concern, newly elected president Jordan Kiehl addressed the student senate body about high ranking cabinet officials.

SGA installs new term of elected representatives, begins selection of Speaker

In the first meeting of the 2018-2019 student senate term, Jordan Kiehl and Lacy Pitts were sworn into their elected offices.

Q&A: Peuchen twins reflect on SGA leadership, growing up together

Jonathan and Andrew Peuchen, two brothers in SGA, discuss what it’s like working with a twin.

Proposed DPC move to the Office of Diversity canceled

Student Governing Association decides against putting proposed legislation aimed at moving the Diversity Programming Committee up for final action in the final student senate meeting of the term.

Multicultural student leaders ‘feel disrespected’ over proposed changes to SGA’s Diversity Planning Committee

The BSU president said "multicultural students feel disrespected" regarding a proposal to move SGA's Diversity Programming Committee to the Office of Diversity.
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