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SGA budget update, committee reports

During a full Student Government Association meeting, senators delivered committee reports.

The Academic Committee did not receive any new comments or concerns in the boxes around campus. Leaser Cole McDonald said the committee is currently working on the club GPA Award. He also encouraged anyone with any ideas to discuss them with him.

Juniors Maria Jones and Kennah Foster head the Activities Committee to encourage “inclusion and community building.” The pair have planned Date Week, which will occur next week. Every event will be free for students. 

The SGA has spent a total of $21,345.42 so far this semester. The appropriations committee has promised a total of $7,762.23 to various clubs and individuals on campus according to the committee chair, Cami McDonald.

Nash Scott, the campus improvements chair, said he is trying to think of out-of-the-box ideas to make the Oklahoma Christian University campus better. Two contractors came to the campus yesterday to review the possibility for installing blinds in the Brew to prevent the coffee shop from getting too hot. Scott also mentioned building a new pavilion for Phase Three apartments.

Student Body President Abigail Kent presented on behalf of the Constitution Rules and Revisions Committee. The committee plans to add Title IX language to the constitution, make the Multicultural Committee permanent and change the rush requirements from sophomores to freshmen.

The Spiritual Life Committee purchased boxes for prayer requests to place around the Oklahoma Christian campus. The committee is currently working on a campus-wide service project.

The Campus Spirit Committee has $1,627.41 left to spend this semester. The committee has a “big event” coming later this month.

In announcements, the first women’s chapel for the school year will occur today in the Bible building at 11 a.m. On Friday, Nov. 8, Amy Green will come to campus to speak about how her career in design and gaming and animation intersects with her faith. She will speak in Judd at 5 p.m. and in an Ethos-approved event.

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