At last night’s Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, senators spent the majority of their time discussing their organizational skills as a club and the food waste issue at The Branch. The meeting also included three funding requests.
Oklahoma Christian University’s chapter of English academic society Sigma Tau Delta plans to attend a conference during the semester. Four Oklahoma Christian students will attend and have the chance to present.
Oklahoma Christian’s Student Investment Fund plans to take a trip to New York City to meet top finance executives and attend a conference. Other than visiting various historical sites, students will also get to experience the New York Stock Exchange. The group is requesting $709 in total.
Senior Allyson Clubb also presented on behalf of the Southwestern Psych Conference. The group is asking for a total of $120 to attend the event. Clubb said this conference will help students to network and gain professional experience.
The Branch, Oklahoma Christian’s cafeteria, opened earlier this semester. However, the new setup has cost UDining a large amount of money due to food waste.
UDining contacted the SGA for a solution to the problem. Senators debated the best way to address the issue, predominately by educating the Oklahoma Christian community.