The Student Government Association (SGA) continues to encourage student participation by continuing the participation program, which officially begins next week.

SGA Secretary Zurra Hemani, who is also the Publicity & Communications Committee Chair, announced during her committee report during the weekly business meeting on Monday that all advertising for the participation program has officially been posted.

According to, the organization that attends the most SGA meetings this semester will receive up to $525 and the individual that attends the most SGA meetings will receive up to $200.

Last semester’s winners will be announced during the staff versus student basketball game on Thursday during free period.

“I want to thank the audience for being here,” said SGA President Abbey Borghee. “We appreciate your time and effort in joining us for our meetings.” 

The SGA also swore in Anthony Guzman as the new business representative.

For more information on the participation program, go to

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Dalise Devos

Dalise is a senior mass communication major. She graduated from Tarrant County College in May 2015 with an Associate of Arts degree and continued her education journey by joining Texas Wesleyan University in August 2015. She is most interested in the areas of public relations and advertising, and began practicing her communication and writing skills as a content producer for Rambler Media Group in Spring 2016.

She spent her summer working as a Marketing and Communications intern at the United Way of Tarrant County, before taking over as editor in chief of The Rambler the fall. She is spending her final semester at Wesleyan as IMG Director of Rambler Integrated Media Group in order to become more acquainted with the world of advertising. Her passion for communication intertwines with her love to entertain and bring the gift of laughter to those around her.

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