Home / Sarah Eskildson (page 2)

Sarah Eskildson

SGA introduces SGA app idea, proposes new legislation

During the Student Government Association meeting Wednesday, April 15, President Zac Gillman introduced the idea of a SGA app and more legislations were proposed. The idea of creating an SGA app was mention by Baylee Farrar during an interview for the chief justice position. With the idea, Gillman quickly started ...

Read More »

Shades of discrimination

Businesses should have a right to choose who they serve as long as they do not discriminate against a person’s race, gender or sexuality. The question of whether the government should allow  businesses to pick whom they provide service to has been highly debated recently. Indiana’s governor signing Senate Bill ...

Read More »

SGA passes three resolutions to improve campus safety

During the SGA meeting Wednesday, April 8, Chief Justice Will Roberts announced Acts No. 4 and 5 were denied in Tribunal, a student voiced his concern and resolutions were passed. Roberts explained that the tribunal justices’ main concern with Act No. 4 was with the congressional model. “There is no explanation for ...

Read More »

Professors deserve a higher salary than celebrities

Professors should be paid more than celebrities, because they express passionate dedication to further their students’ educations, unlike celebrities who selfishly live through the entertainment industry. Society elevates famous stars through their obsessions with the media, but society puts more value on celebrities than they are worth. According to ABC ...

Read More »

Gillman vetoes equal representation acts, SGA debates committee enforcement

During the Student Government Association meeting on Wednesday, April 1, President Zac Gillman vetoed two acts, the Senate passed three resolutions and legislation was proposed. Gillman vetoed Acts No. 4 and 5. Act No. 4, sponsored by Sen. Ryan Honea, stated that proper subsections were to be added to certain ...

Read More »

SGA elections continue; resolutions passed

The Student Government Association is holding elections for its Executive Council this week beginning Monday, March 30. Chief Justice Will Roberts is running unopposed for the presidential seat. The candidates for vice president include Sen. Gary Brewer, Sen. Tabitha Montague and Sen. Ankit Patel. The Executive Secretary candidates include Tribunal ...

Read More »