The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted its weekly open meeting today. All members of the Wilmington College community are invited and encouraged to attend these meetings as it is a direct form of communication to the student government.
Approximately 12 people attended the meeting. They represented SGA, Student Senate, Activities Programming Board, Sodexo, The Witness, and the student body.
Below are the topics presented by the SGA board at the Feb.18 meeting:
Kaleb Hubner, the vice president of administration, reported that he is working on updating office hours, keeping online minutes up to date, and finishing his transition binder.
Chase Menchofer, the vice president of faculty, alumni, and trustees, reported that he is finishing his binder for transitions.
Chris Zody, the vice president of SGA, reported that the Student Senate met yesterday. They will switch to having weekly meetings from monthly meetings. He is working on his transition binder.
Kameron Rinehart, the president of SGA, expressed gratitude for the student government for the work they have done this year. He is working with Nate Johnson to collect any club constitutions SGA is missing. The deadline is Feb. 28. Constitutions must be submitted before budget proposals can be. He is working on the upcoming board transition and collaborating with faculty on the publications board.
Johnson, the vice president of finance, reported that the student president/treasurer meeting for campus organizations will be on March 17 and 19.
Wil Overholt, the vice president of public relations, reported that he is updating the slides on the Pyle TVs. He is working on his transition binder.
Logan Schroer, the vice president of elections, reported that elections are today and tomorrow during lunch and dinner in Pyle Center. The Teaching Excellence and Van Black Award nominations will also be taking place at the same time.
Sigrid Solomon, SGA’s adviser, reported that the search for the new college president has started.
Other topic points presented by non-SGA attendees include:
A new club proposal was submitted for “DubC Clay Target Club.” This will be a part of a growing national group called “Clay Target League.” It is a competitive activity in which participants shoot clay targets in four different events. For more information, visit this website: http://usacollegeclaytarget.com/
Service and Civic Engagement expressed gratitude to SGA for funding a part of its service trip to Detroit, Mich.
Diversity and Inclusion requested funds for its upcoming “Civil Rights Trip.”
APB reported on its upcoming events. One event is a video game tournament Thursday night in The Underground.
Sodexo representatives asked for feedback regarding the dining services offered on campus.
Model Arab League requested funds for its national competition.
The new SGA board is expected to be announced Friday. Their term will officially begin the week after spring break.
The deadline for student organizations’ budget proposals will be decided by the new SGA board.