The resolution, which passed unanimously, recommends discounts for reusable bag usage on campus and more awareness about plastic bag waste.
Ford, 55, just started his first year at MU, and he’s just one of many older adults returning to college.
The session, which was the first of its kind for the MSA Senate, aimed to teach senate rules to prospective senators before they join the legislature.
The council will serve as a way for freshmen to get leadership experience prior to entering MSA
The More to Roar slate was officially sworn into office during a small ceremony in the Student Center.
Julia Wopata plans on using her love for people to govern as student body president
7,045 fewer people voted this year compared to last year.
The 2019 budget totaled $1,123,190, $347,670 less than the 2018 budget.
The largest portions of the proposed student activities fee to go toward expanded counseling staff and library hours.
GPC President Rachel Bauer: “We are serious about holding students accountable. We want the administration to take this seriously, and we want them to publicly say they signed on our campus to the campaign.”
Both Earl/Schafer and Hutchinson/Ghuman’s infractions were dismissed on March 2.
Head and Vega will serve in office while the student body selects its next MSA president and vice president, who will be chosen through a special election process.
Despite the Tobacco 21 ordinance, students still find ways to obtain tobacco products and local businesses continue to sell to them.
Voting for this year’s election opens tomorrow at 5 p.m.
The debate, which was held by The Maneater and Four Front, was from 4-6 p.m. Oct. 23 in Ellis Auditorium.
Barnes served as interim chief of staff since June and was confirmed on Sept. 9.
Earl was unanimously appointed by both MSA President Payton Head and Vice President Brenda Smith-Lezama.
The junior will take over for Cara Hartwig, who is interning with Goldman Sachs in New York this summer.
The Missouri Students Association’s $1.6 million budget passes while improving the relations with Senate and the executive cabinet.
“There is a learning curve that comes with the process of becoming an adult,” Smith-Lezama said.