The State of the Campus Address, originally planned to be held at the Student Government meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 13, was postponed. SG president Christina Kopka is now expected to give the State of the Campus Address on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the SG meeting.
Although several organizations were announced as derecognized by SG last week, two organizations have reached out to SG so far in an attempt to become reinstated as student organizations. Phi Alpha Theta, the history honors society, and Students for Disabilities Awareness, plan to present themselves to SG next week.
“We are looking forward to hopefully reinstating them,” said Devin Dimmig, vice president for governmental affairs.
Annie Montero, executive vice president for student services, announced updates for the mile marker templates for the loop going around campus. She invited SG members to design potential templates for the project.
Finals Fest planning has begun and the committee is looking to add new events to this year’s program.
SG Equity and Diversity will be bringing LINK to campus on Thursday, March 7 at 8.30 p.m. The speakers will discuss the political situations in North Korea.
SG announced additional activities preceding the Relay for Life event, including paint the campus purple week, an open mic night and a zumbathon.