SGA plans for future
The Student Government Association is discussing new innovative ideas that would hopefully kick-off in the fall semester of 2013.
The student life meeting was closed to the public. SGA Academic Affairs Chairman Drew Holden said they “kicked around mostly plans for the next semester.”
Holden said they are working to bring the NY Times and USA Today back to campus.
The SGA committee, along with the Academic Affairs committee, is looking into “hybrid and online courses to help alleviate some of the current concerns that students and professors may have,” according to Holden.
Holden added that some concerns include more classroom and parking space.
“It is early in the year and “right now it is only an idea to look into but one that we hope will be of interest,” Holden said.
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