Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association passed a bill allocating $637.35 for a Leadership Workshop hosted by the organization at Thursday’s meeting. The Leadership Workshop is open to all students, faculty and staff and will be held Thursday April 25 from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. in West Library, room 213.
The Student Government Association chambers were packed on Thursday when 10 bills hit the floor for presentation, from fan expo to campus beautification to championship rings. SGA also announced that its new constitution passed after two weeks of voting. This added two new positions, a transfer representative and an at-large
Parents will now have a place to change their child’s diapers on campus now thanks to the Student Government Association. SGA passed a bill allocating $1,112 at Thursday’s general business meeting for eight baby changing stations that will go in men’s and women’s restrooms. The stations will be located in
Texas Wesleyan students can now see “Avenue Q” for free thanks to the Student Government Association. SGA passed the Student Theatrical Experience Fund Bill at Thursday’s general business meeting to cover the cost of 250 tickets at $10 a ticket. The bill was presented by Arts and Letters Representative Kaylia
Freshman English major Samiya Mohamed-Fawzy resigned for her position as the Student Government Association at-large representative for West Village on Feb. 21, leaving the spot open. Mohamed-Fawzy said her decision to resign came after dealing with a heavy homework load and an exchange of emails with SGA Chief Justice Zack