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Photo and Story by Ethan Clark / Contributing Writer Senators from Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association decided to table debate on a resolution to construct a pavilion for students taking apartment shuttles in their weekly meeting Thursday. The resolution, introduced by Sen. Simone LeClaire at the previous week’s meeting, would provide for the …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor The Student Government Association of MTSU kicked off its first senate meeting on Thursday in the Student Union Parliamentary Room. Largely administrative, the meeting’s highlights included the announcement of recreational and community service events, committee chair confirmations and approval of the four-member election commission. SGA, now in …

Story by Sarah Grace Taylor/ Editor-in-Chief and Brinley Hineman/ News Editor Updates: May 2, 2:39 p.m. to include response from Katey Brosche. May 2, 5:09 p.m. to include response from Dalton Slatton  Following allegations of campaign violations, SGA President Courtney Brandon and Vice President of Campus Relations Timothy Bassett responded over the weekend with statements …

Story by Sarah Grace Taylor Editor-in-Chief, Brinley Hineman News Editor and Andrew Wigdor Assistant News Editor Update April 24: McDonald did not reject the impeachment charges of Kenneth Anthony; they were dropped by the sponsor under the same constitutional reasoning cited by McDonald.  Student Government Association President-elect Courtney Brandon and Vice President of Campus Relations-elect …

Story by Caleb Revill / Contributing Writer  MTSU’s Student Government Association held its elections for the spring 2017 SGA candidates from April 10 to April 13. The Student Government Association is a student operated legislative body that represents student voters on campus. They work to pass legislation in accordance with the needs of the student body. …

Story by Wesley McIntyre / Contributing Writer In SGA’s last formal meeting of the semester, resolutions were passed to improve campus parking. The fast-paced and busy meeting also passed numerous other resolutions and bills. One of the most impactful resolutions of the night was Senator Nathan Wech’s, which would open the Mass Communication parking lot …