SGA weekly: April 13, 2015

Kaley Patterson
A&E Editor
@KaleyKayPatt

The Cameron University Student Government Association announced the runners for the 2015-2016 officer positions and presented a new legislation at their meeting on April 6.

Current SGA Vice President Nikki Kirk ran for President. Representative Lacey Flaig ticketed for Treasurer.  Parliamentarian Kelly High filed for Vice President. Students voted for the positions on April 7 and 8 even though the contenders ran unopposed. Voting also commenced for Senator positions. Representatives Lacey Flaig, Victoria Boudiette and Treasurer Casey Meeks presented their bill, Resolution 3114009.

The legislation calls for the “establishment of a pre-professional committee for advising students interested in professional field careers.”

The resolution would establish a group of faculty to advise students who are looking to furthering their education at places of higher learning and professional schooling.

Each author majors in a different form of science and is seeking more education after Cameron.

The authors found that most, if not all, of their applications require a reference from a pre-professional committee, and Cameron does not provide students with one.

Other science associated students in the SGA governing body voiced their support of the legislation. Resolution 3114009 will go through second reading, questioning and voting at the next SGA meeting on April 13.

  2015-2016

 SGA Officers

President:
Nikki Kirk

Vice President:
Kelly High

Treasurer:
Lacey Flaig

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