The Student Government Association opened its weekly meeting on Wednesday with discussion about the upcoming elections for SGA president.
Betsy Banks, vice president of SGA said applications are due by noon on April 2. There will be a mandatory meeting in the Barkley Room at 4 p.m. on April 2.
She said voting for SGA president will be will be April 16-18 on MyGate.
Paula Amols, director of Dining Services and Racer Hospitality said Dining Services has partnered with Jasmine Thai and Sushi restaurant and will start selling sushi on campus later in the semester.
Amols said the dining venues will serve six different types of sushi.
SGA President Jeremiah Johnson presented a letter they will send to the President’s Office asking President Randy Dunn to come speak with the SGA about ending their participating of funding of the Presidential Lecture Series.
Senators plan to send the letter that will include signatures of all SGA members Thursday morning.
Jonah Waggoner, Residential College Association president, said RCA and SGA are trying to break the world record for the largest game of duck-duck-goose on April 20. More information will be available at next week’s meeting.
The meeting closed with the announcement of the city sticker ordinance had passed.