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SGA discusses initiatives to connect with student body

By AIMEE CHO | February 20, 2024



Black Caucus Senator Tyler Turner suggested that SGA should engage in casual conversations with students about their concerns.

The Student Government Association (SGA) convened for its weekly meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20.

Black Caucus Senator Tyler Turner proposed possible strategies to integrate SGA into student life with a presentation titled Making Connections. Some ideas outlined were giveaway events and Senator Chats — 15-minute conversations between SGA members and students to discuss improvements for issues on campus in a natural manner. 

Chair of Programming Shalala Leny introduced the SGA Storytelling Event Funding Bill, which will provide funds for an event in which school administrators would share their stories with SGA members. The bill was tabled.

Leny also presented the SGA Closet Organization Funding Bill, which aims to organize the SGA Closet. Senior Class Senator Mufasa Cruz Moreno pointed out that the issue about the storage was raised multiple times before, so action should be taken as soon as possible. The bill passed unanimously.

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