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Two constitution-altering Student Government Association bills were passed after a campus-wide vote, according to an email sent on behalf of Danny Kelly, the MTSU SGA faculty adviser. The email, sent out on Thursday, explains that whenever changes are proposed to the SGA constitution, SGA is required to notify the entire student body and allow them …

Photo by Ethan Clark / MTSU Sidelines Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association met Thursday afternoon in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building and passed a whole slew of bills and resolutions, after weeks of debating and fine-tuning the legislation. The first of the bills focused on revisions in SGA’s constitution. The …

The MTSU Student Government Association Freshman Council has proposed a change to the SGA constitution in order to provide voting rights to an elected president and delegate from the Council. Currently, only sophomores through graduate students at MTSU can be part of the SGA Senate and can vote on legislation in weekly meetings. The Freshman …