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Student Government Association leaders detail a day in their lives

Andrew Linnabary

September 22, 2016

Filed under News, Student Government Association

WSU Student Government Association President Joseph Shepard, Vice-President Taben Azad, Chief-of-Staff Katie Deutsch and Campus Issues Chair Grace Sirois all gave a rundown of what's on their plates on a day-to-day basis.President...

SGA resolution opens discussion on lack of Chicano Studies at WSU

Nicole Byrne

September 22, 2016

Filed under News, Student Government Association

With the creation of the Diversity Task Force, SGA is hoping to create a platform where students from across the university can find a place to speak on these topics and be heard.“Each meeting there should be a different group r...

SGA red flags red parking permits for president and VP

Nicole Byrne

September 15, 2016

Filed under News, Student Government Association

The Student Government Association voted against using funds from the SGA budget to purchase red parking permits for President Joseph Shepard and Vice President Taben Azad. The bill failed 15-17 with 2 abstaining for President Shep...

SGA passes resolution recognizing 40 years of campus LGBTQ organizations

Andrew Linnabary

September 8, 2016

Filed under News, Student Government Association

Wichita State Student Government Association unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday recognizing the 40-year history of LGBTQ groups on campus.The resolution, authored by SGA Legislative Director Marilyn Morton and Chief of S...

SGA Black Lives Matter resolution: What’s next?

Andrew Linnabary

September 8, 2016

Filed under News, Student Government Association

Wichita State Student Government Association passed a resolution last week recognizing the Black Lives Matter movement on campus, leading to the question of “what’s next?” in terms of going forward with the resolution.Stu...

Reflections on the past year of SGA, looking ahead to next year

TJ Rigg

May 5, 2016

Filed under News, Student Government Association

Student Body President Joseph Shepard said many people will look upon the 58th session of Student Government Association as a controversial group.“But they’ll think of it as a year that opened up so many doors for so many peo...