Campaign season has begun for Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association positions for the 2018-2019 school year. SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson and At-Large Representative Jonathan Kigigha are running for president. Hutchinson said she thinks she has done a good job as president this semester and she wants to continue the momentum.
Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association Treasurer Nicholas Davis presented a new constitution at Friday’s general business meeting that would replace the current one. “I want to break SGA into three branches, like normal U.S. government we have the executive, judicial and legislative branches,” Davis said. SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson said
Texas Wesleyan students gathered outside the Eunice & James L. West Library on Thursday afternoon to participate in an assortment of games and activities hosted by the Programm ing and Activities Committee, also known as PAC. These games included bubble soccer, sharks and minnows, a roll race, and more. PAC
The members of the Student Government Association have united this semester with the common goal of improving the lives of Texas Wesleyan students. Last year’s SGA elections were controversial due to divided voters, organization President Zahraa Saheb said. But Saheb, a junior political science and English major, stresses that there
The Student Government Association adjourned for the 2014-2015 academic year after its last business meeting on Thursday. The SGA unanimously passed a bill approving two possible sites for a mock courtroom in Polytechnic United Methodist Church. SGA President Tyler Mendez recognized all graduating SGA members. Along with Mendez, this includes