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Brief: Student Government Association creates task force objectives

Published: Thursday, February 6, 2014

Updated: Thursday, February 6, 2014 17:02

Loyola’s Student Government Association senators are leading task forces in efforts to improve certain constituent issues on campus.

SGA senators are developing plans to address the issues of smoking, sustainability, facilities, advocacy and outreach, and voter registration.

Allison Cormier, political science sophomore and SGA senator-at-large, has been working on the smoking task force since last semester to address the issue of smoking on campus.

Blake Corley, mass communication junior and executive vice president, has encouraged senators to sign up for the different task forces to help in meeting with administration concerning these topics. At the weekly senate meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 5, Corley announced that the facilities task force would be meeting with Joseph Locascio, director of computer and network services, to discuss the issues with the internet connection on campus.

Corley also announced that Nate Ryther, economy sophomore and SGA senator, has been working with Louisiana Association of Students for Sustainability to get recycle bins next to every trash can.  

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