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Story by Serena Vasudeva | Contributing Writer The American Democracy Project is hosting a voter registration drive that will last until October 7.  On Tuesday, a blue canopy tent was pitched outside of the Keathley University Center. Underneath it, Luke Cameron helped students complete their voter registration forms. Luke Cameron, a member of the American …

Story by Matthew Giffin | News Editor Middle Tennessee State University’s Vice President for Student Affairs Debra Sells spoke about plans for on-campus housing, construction plans and enrollment concerns at a Student Government Association Senate meeting Thursday evening. Sells explained the university’s plans for the future of Womack Lane Apartments and Rutledge Hall, adhering to …

Story by Matthew Giffin | News Editor The Student Government Association Senate confirmed and swore in two executive officers, the Senate parliamentarian, eight appointed senators and elected a speaker pro tempore for the 2022-2023 school year at the inaugural meeting of the 85th Congress Thursday evening. The two executive officers, Chief of Staff Michai Mosby …

Story by Matthew Giffin / Contributing Writer For the fall semester, Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Body President-Elect is Executive Vice-President Jada Powell, who took 64 percent of the student vote, 444 in total. Sen. Cameron Paschal won Vice President with 68 percent of the vote, 475 in total. The current Student Body President, Winton …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy via MTSU The Student Government Association is the middleman between students and Middle Tennessee State University Administration. When campus closed in March, activities and events came to a halt. SGA was no exception to the standstill of organizational business. The goal for SGA is to create …

The Student Government Association announced the results of their 2019-2020 elections Friday after voting ran from April 8 through April 11. Five SGA members who were elected or re-elected were up for impeachment last week due to alleged absences from SGA meetings. All five were cleared of impeachment. These representatives include: Kayle Boyd, Aysa Cobb, …