Two organizations have applied for and received funding from the new Sustainability Initiatives Fee Council. The Student Activity Fee Committees created the SIFC last semester to fund organizations with green initiatives as their focus. The […]
The SGA Executive board has announced its stance on House Bill 29, which would allow individuals to carry firearms on public colleges and universities. “We are not in favor of passing HB 29,” said Danielle […]
Yesterday evening Georgia State’s Student Government Association appointed two new Senators: freshman Kelli Craig and sophomore Justin Brightharp. “It’s exciting,” Brightharp said, “but there’s always this anxiety from being new. There’s still so much that […]
This fall semester, the Student Government Association has addressed and proposed changes for several issues on campus. As the semester comes to a close, these are the top issues raised by SGA this semester.
The Plus/Minus policy, a new Red Box machine and the alleged thefts of Signal papers were discussed at the Student Government Association full senate meeting last Thursday.
Last Thursday evening, the executive board of the Student Government Association gathered to discuss Vice President Reports and new business, such as the smoking prohibition and attendance policies.
As Homecoming week approaches, concerns within Student Government Association about financial expenses and sponsorship were mentioned at last week’s full senate meeting.
Tension and confusion stirred tonight at the Student Government Association full senate meeting, as J. Mack Robinson College of Business senator Rion Field faced potential expulsion from the Senate.
A change in the consistency of the grading system at Georgia State could occur in the future, depending on student viewpoints.