The Oct. 9 session focused on efforts by an outside consulting group and university administrators to improve student health care at MU.
MU organizations collaborated in helping students register to vote for the midterms.
Ford, 55, just started his first year at MU, and he’s just one of many older adults returning to college.
They confirmed 19 at-large senators and three upper-level positions.
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
Julia Wopata and Connor McAteer won with a vote of 1,333 to 170.
The 2019 budget totaled $1,123,190, $347,670 less than the 2018 budget.
The five auxiliaries no longer under MSA are KCOU, MUTV, MSA/GPC Box Office, MSA/GPC Tech and Student Legal Services.
Presidential candidates Robert Schmidt and Julia Wopata debated MSA issues at the second and final debate.
Here are the top six things you need to know for the upcoming MSA election.
The two presidential slates, Wopata/McAteer and Schmidt/Kahveci, debated MSA and social justice issues at the first MSA presidential debate.
Operating under “More to Roar,” the Wopata/McAteer slate aims to build a safe and inclusive community for all MU students.
Schmidt and his running mate, Alp Kahveci, are running under the slogan “Mizzou for You.”
Candidates chose not to release their platforms during the first week of campaigning.
Addington formerly served as senate communications director.
Candidates can file March 22 and polls open April 16.
The bill was proposed by MSA senator Dylan Cain, who said using public transit allows students to be more engaged and educated on the issues of poverty and disability.