SGA needs your ideas
| Jordan Schaper SGA President |
Hello, Gorillas. I hope you’re as excited as I am as we kick off the school year. It has been a busy first couple of weeks here in Student Government, and we’re just getting started.
As some of you may know, we have the Collegiate Readership Program in three locations now across campus: in Grubbs Hall, the Kelce College of Business, and the Kansas Technology Center where you can pick up free newspapers with your ID card. We have experienced a few bumps in the road early on, but we should have everything ironed out. Additionally this year, this opportunity will again be open to faculty members.
We have also been running vacancy interviews this week to fill in a few remaining Senate openings. We’ve already had the chance to talk to a lot of the applicants and we are all excited about the new faces and new perspectives these senators can bring. We are also accepting applications to fill our Judicial Board this year, so if that’s something that might interest you, come by our office in 207 Hartman Hall.
With it being so early in the year, however, a lot of our goals are still in the “information-gathering stage.” So if you see us out in the Oval with surveys or passing out free stuff, stop by and tell us what you’d like to see on campus.
We’re here to benefit everybody’s college experience, even in just a little way. Nobody’s opinion matters more than the students’; and a campus of a well-informed and passionate student body is a powerful thing.
We have quite a few ideas of how we can make all gorillas’ lives a little easier, but there are more great solutions out there that we’ve never thought of. So if you have an idea to make Pittsburg State even better, don’t hesitate to let your senators know.
I hope you all are enjoying being back on the grind, and I’m really excited about what we can do this year. Good luck on Saturday, fellas, and GO PITT!