The Student Government Association had a full agenda at last night’s meeting with funding requests, presentations and a Spring Sing by-law proposal.
Hunter Wiederstein and Nikki Larsen presented a funding request on behalf of the Youth Ministry department to attend the National Youth Ministry Conference in Colorado Springs, Co. Jan. 7-10. According to Wiederstein, the trip will help students network and learn more about youth ministry. The students are requesting $1,625 to cover the cost for up to 10 students.
Two guest speakers from the Oklahoma Student Government Association (OSGA) attended the meeting. Trae Trousdale made an appearance on behalf of the Oklahoma City University SGA, while Traeron Dansby, the vice president of OSGA, presented about Robert’s Rules from Northeastern State University.
In other actions, SGA attendees voted on the Holiday Hustle funding request as well as the off-campus housing proposal. Both matters passed.
Vice President Taylor Dotson presented the amendment of a Spring Sing bylaw concerning judging. The proposed by-law will allow the Spring Sing executive committee to establish the system of judging to promote consistency throughout the Spring Sing season.
This week, the Activities committee will continue working on Eagles in Paradise. The campus spirit committee will also provide free tickets and t-shirts to the first 100 students at tonight’s women’s basketball game at the University of Central Oklahoma at 5:30 p.m. The Cinnamon festival will also take place tomorrow.