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New senators attend first SGA meeting

In the first Student Government Association (SGA) meeting to include officers for the 2018-2019 semester, senators discussed committee positions and aspirations for the upcoming school year.

In other actions, committee members made various announcements, attendees created plans for the upcoming school and new senators voted for their chaplain.

SGA President Tyler Clark began the meeting by introducing the recently elected SGA executives and senators.

“There is so much potential and ability in this group and I am really excited to work with everyone,” Clarke said.

SGA attendees voted for the new chaplain for the upcoming school year at last night’s meeting. Nominees Hannah Durham, Andrew Ash and Caitlin Lea gave speeches inspiring students to keep their Christianity at the forefront of their lives. After a runoff, the SGA elected freshman Hanna Durham to the position.

SGA sponsor Liz McElroy presented the roles of each committee, encouraging new senators to think about how they want to serve in the SGA. The Academics, Endowment, Healthy living and Multicultural committees all need committee chairs for next semester.

University President John deSteiguer will speak about sharing Christ’s love with the community at the Gathering. This event, scheduled for April 13-14, aims to unite Oklahoma Christian with the surrounding community. For more information about the event, contact Spiritual Life committee chair Jack Smith.

The SGA Activities committee and Oklahoma Christian University Events Office are planning a Final’s Resort for students April 23-24.

The SGA Campus Spirit Committee plans to host a cookout April 13 at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. for the baseball team. Students will have an opportunity to donate to the Make a Wish Foundation. The committee also plans to provide cookies and Aspen coffee at the Symphonic Band concert April 22.

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