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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Cookie Walk!

We are gearing up for our next big event: Cookie Walk! Everybody is encouraged to show up! It will be held December 17th in the NECE. There is even talk of a silent auction possibly being held!

If you would like to donate cookies to the cookie walk, email us at

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Oktoberfest Was A Success

Last week the SGA sponsored the Oktoberfest celebration, with different events and themes each day. On Monday we sponsored Grocery Bag Bingo. About 50 students showed up to play and win one of 24 bags of groceries. The students had a lot of fun and definitely enjoyed their very full bags of food. Tuesday we gave away about 200 free pretzels outside of the lunchroom. Wednesday was the big day with our final cookout of the fall semester. We gave away bratwurst and sauerkraut in true Oktoberfest style. Students and staff thought that it was wunderbar, and almost 300 people went through the line. The week came to a close on Thursday with free cotton candy and Friday with a showing of Ferris Bueller's Day Off in the NECE.

We want to thank everyone for participating and hope that you had as good a time as we did!

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Constitutional Amendment Proposed

Yesterday at our Student Senate meeting, a Constitutional amendment was proposed that would change the procedure for filling vacant class apportioned Senate seats. Under the current procedures, special elections are to be held for the class that has vacant seats. Having just completed an election and still having open Senate seats, we question whether having frequent special elections is a good use of time.

The proposed amendment change the procedure so that the Senate may nominate up to two persons to fill each vacant seat and then vote on the nominees at the following meeting, electing them to finish the remainder of the term.

You can stop by the SGA office to take a look at the proposed amendment and to voice your opinion to your elected representatives.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Almost Ready To Rock and Roll!

Hiya! Kalyn here with a SGA update! Well we have been super busy these past couple days getting our Student Government together! Today we are holding elections to fill the open spots on our Senate and the student organizations are electing members to sit on our Board! Pretty soon we will have a full Senate and really be able to make some positive changes around campus! If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to stop by our office, give us call, or send us an email!

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Welcome Week

It's our first week back at school, and we've been kicking off our first semester as the newly reformed student government in true BSC style. Yesterday was our annual Welcome Week Cookout and we had over 400 people come through our line for brats and dogs, which is a much higher turnout than many previous years. We also changed up our radio remote that we typically have and invited our very own BSC MYX radio station to come and spin some tunes for us. We had interviews with athletes, professors, coaches, and activities advisers to let students know what we have to offer at BSC.

Today we have more great stuff lined up. We have informational meetings scheduled throughout the day for freshmen who are interested in running for our open Senate seats. We had 6 people pick up applications yesterday, so hopefully today we have at least that. It would be awesome to have a real race this fall for Student Senate! We also have a hypnotist show scheduled at 8pm with Sailesh. Students won't want to miss out a show that always pleases and entertains the students.

Finally, tomorrow we have our very popular Create-A-Critter event where students can come and stuff an animal with a little love and take it home with them. Lions, t-rex, hippos, and dogs are the choices this time around.

If you want to learn more about SGA or have concerns about campus, stop by the office, which is open every school day from 12pm to 4pm.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Now Accepting Senate Applications

The Student Government Association is now accepting applications from incoming freshmen for the position of Senator. The SGA allots five seats to represent the freshman class.

To be eligible you must be a freshman (fewer than 24 college credits on your transcript) and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on your high school transcript.

If you have questions, you may contact the advisor, Norm Betland at 224-2554.

Applications are due at 4pm, September 6 at the Student Life Office.