Anthony Tretter’s handling of his COVID-19 controversy is so bizarre, he is either living on a different plane of reality or trying to make fools out of us.
Among other demands, the new bill calls for increased transparency and a revamped approach to COVID-19 on campus.
First MSA Senate meeting addresses student concerns on COVID-19, MSA President controversy
BREAKING: MSA reschedules the MSA presidential election and student media funding referendum for March 9 to 11
The connection between the voting website and its database caused the voting system to not work.
Prepare for the March election by knowing the candidates.
Trey Cook and Alaina Vacante are running for president and vice president under their campaign titled Tradition for Tomorrow.
The end of MSA’s current administration is fast approaching and they are working to finish any remaining details like a new program for students with disabilities.
The campaign stated in an email Wednesday morning they are dropping out for personal reasons.
The debate, hosted by The Maneater, had all three slates share their views on issues like student mental health and inclusivity.
MSA used the town hall to learn about student perspectives on campus issues. Many students mentioned they were frustrated with MSA’s apparent lack of communication with minority student organizations.
The social justice committee of MSA proposes and passes legislation focused on improving the experience of minority students at MU.
ASUM and MSA come together to organize National Voter Registration Day event at MU to educate and register students to vote Sept. 24.
MSA president, Jennifer Sutterer, and MSA vice president, Mary O’Brien, talk about growing up together and what they hope to accomplish atop the MSA in the next year.
MSA towns halls and committee meetings to allow more open-ended conversations and questions with students.
Last year, MSA encouraged MU to look into implementing virtual student IDs. We asked students for their thoughts on this.
As her term comes to an end, Wopata reflected on things her administration accomplished, including holding officials accountable about mental health and becoming more transparent to the student body.
Davis saw fault with the election process, but he plans to implement his platform as chair of the external affairs committee.
Newly elected MSA president and vice president are tackling getting NARCAN on campus as their first initiative and have plans to start on income sharing agreements and putting the counseling center online by the summer.
Solomon Davis spoke on a virtual mental health visit program, while Jennifer Sutterer outlined a program for income-sharing agreements.
The campaign introduced ideas such as an MSA email database and a new bike share system.