SGA responds to critisism

Amid informal polls, vote accurately reflected constitutes Lara Ismert | SGA president Last week in the Collegio, Editor-in-Chief Jay Benedict published an opinion article concerning Student Government Association’s method of handling the resolution in opposition to concealed carry on campus. Benedict said that the survey was rushed, not publicized, and that the allegations against the validity of the results may have been influenced by the personal opinions of the members of SGA. He also inferred that Student Government would not represent a constituent’s opinion if it was in opposition to an opinion in SGA. It’s true that the survey was not implemented with the care and concern the issue deserved, and we are looking at…

SGA President says no

Ismert uses first veto in 30 years Marcus Clem | Collegio Reporter Lara Ismert, Student Government Association president, struck down an adopted Senate resolution for the first time in decades before SGA’s last meeting of buy cialis online the semester. The resolution had allocated about $1,000 from the carryover fund of the previous SGA fiscal year for the Pitt Points scholarship program, and had been approved by a unanimous vote on Nov. 14. The Pitt Points program rewards students who are active participants in university-sponsored events by giving out an academic scholarship and other prizes. Ismert says she decided to use her veto power after the question of fundraising had been raised at SGA’s previous…

A war over words

Voting on Wednesday Sep. 5 will decide if we keep The Morning Sun, The Joplin Globe, and USA Today free for students at PSU.

Program needs more publicity Steve Chastain | Guest Columnist The Collegiate Readership Program is a great program that I believe the Student Government Association should keep. I am a member of SGA and I have been fighting for this program to stay on campus. The empty boxes around campus need to be filled with newspapers. Most students don’t know that the papers are free. Maybe we as a student government have failed our students, because I have never seen a sign that said free to students. We may have been told, but you don’t remember everything you are told when you are coming in as a freshman. We had a visitor come last Wednesday and…