Winter activities, the TV in the cafeteria, and continued student center discussion were highlights at the SGA meeting on Tuesday night.
Probably the most discussed and heated issue on campus is the new monitor in the cafeteria, along with the removal of the old TV. The new monitor in the cafeteria is there to stay. Thought has been given, however, towards putting a television somewhere else in the caf. One possible location of another TV, if approved, is the northeast corner of the caf. However, a larger community atmosphere has been observed within the caf after the TV has been taken out, making college staff resistant towards putting a television back in.
There has been a noted lack of outdoor activities on campus during the winter, since most of the facilities the campus has outdoors aren’t ideal for winter activities. One of the current options being considered is an ice skating rink. It has proven to be a popular activity on other campuses, but it involves a high level of maintenance, and suitable space is difficult to come by.
A game room in the RSC continues to be discussed. Currently the largest concern is whether there are enough open classrooms to house all the classes during the semester that would normally be held in that classroom.
The search for a new Academic Affairs Committee representative continues, as the initial candidates to be interviewed are unable to commit to the position.
SGA welcomes questions and comments. Meetings are held every Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. in the RSC conference room, and they can be reached via campus email at firstname.lastname@example.org.