The Student Government Association held their weekly meeting on Wednesday with President Randy Dunn, Josh Jacobs, chief of staff and Adam Murray, dean of University libraries talking about the new library–building project.
Betsy Banks, vice president of the SGA, announced several upcoming events the association is planning.
One such event is the Pet Therapy at noon on Nov. 9 in the rocking chair lounge in the Curris Center.
Scribes and Vibes, which will involve poetry reading and musical performances, will be 6:30 p.m. Nov. 18 in the Curris Center dance lounge.
Ms. MSU Scholarship Pageant applications are be due by 4:40 p.m. on Nov. 18 in the Center for Student Involvement office.
For the full story on the library discussion with Dunn, read Friday’s edition of The Murray State News.