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The MTSU Student Government Association passed a bill at the Thursday, October 9 formal meeting to begin opening all campus parking lots to all parking passes on weekends and at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The resolution’s sponsor, Senator Katherine Barber, presented the idea with the hopes of erasing confusion among the MTSU community about which …

By Amberly Holden The MTSU Student Government Association passed a resolution to add video surveillance to parking lots by the library, Scarlett Commons and Womack Lane in this week’s formal Senate meeting by a nearly unanimous voice vote. The bill, as initially presented by Sen. Austin Wood in last week’s caucus, suggested that every lot …

A resolution to request the installation of video surveillance equipment on MTSU parking lots was introduced at the Sept. 18 caucus meeting of the university’s Student Government Association. The resolution, brought by Sen. Austin Wood, suggests that all parking lots on campus be equipped with video cameras covering the entire lot. The feeds from these …

“I don’t really know how I got interested in leadership,” said Gabrielle Woodland as she delved into her story of rising roles. “I like people!” The latest role Woodland has taken is the position of Vice President of Campus Relations at MTSU’s Student Government Association. She first began to explore her passion for people through involvement …

BY LINDSAY BUCHANAN MTSU Freshmen volunteered their Friday to feed Rutherford County homeless children in a “Freshman Day of Service” event hosted by the Student Government Association on Sept. 12. Students prepared personalized “snack packs” of foods like applesauce, juice boxes and crackers. The bags of food will be distributed to homeless children in the 46 …

A resolution to enforce the no-smoking policy on MTSU’s campus, possibly through fines, was passed by the Student Government Association in a caucus on Thursday. SGA members will now have to meet with university authorities to determine if students will be fined if found using tobacco products on campus. This includes cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, chewing …