Students work to improve campus life

SGA pushes to have smoothie store available in CHP

By Cameron Niblock
On September 19, 2014

Student Senate gets two new senators, Currie Dyess and Geffrey Johnson, who are ready to make a difference on campus.

When looking for candidates to take on the positon of student senator it’s important that they present a wellrounded character and have the desire to make change.

Dyess’ motto is “perfect your craft, be the best that you can be.”

Dyess is a great example of someone who is ready to make a difference by giving a voice to the student body.

With the Senate always looking for new ways to improve aspects of campus life for the students, it helps to have a wide variety of opinions and ideas to make these changes a reality.

The senators plan to bring change to the campus. Dyess suggested having a smoothie store available in the Center of Student Performance. This way students won’t have to make a trip to the University Center after an already challenging training session.

Johnson wants to encourage students to get to know ASU athletes first hand. This would bring about more school spirit at sporting events.

The Student Senate is currently trying to bring more student involvement in to motion by encouraging students to go to sporting events on campus and support our student athletes, Duncan Knox, President Pro Tempore, said.

In support of the football game that took place last Saturday, Student Government Association used the lights of the Concho dormitory to spell out the word “RAMS” in the night sky, producing a feeling of pride for the campus.

During the meeting, Richard Gonzales, a Chartwells representative, gave a presentation over the food services provided on campus, bringing food samples for the members of the senate to try.

Gonzales spent the remainder of the presentation answering the questions of the senate members.

Meghan Rogers, a senator, asked why there had been a shortage of fruit and vegetable snack cups offered at the campus library.

Gonzales responded by insuring that this is priority on his agenda, and he showed his appreciation for Rogers’ input. “If something’s not right, let us know, we will take care of you,” Gonzales said.

The meeting brought about many new ideas that will bring about change to the student body.

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