Trice Brown | Campus Writer
“This all could come to a screeching halt if our people don’t get out and vote in this election like the way they did in 2016,” Rogers said.
“I would say that me and my senior team are not comfortable with some of the numbers that we are seeing on some new projects right now, so I would be a lot more comfortable if we came back to some facet of the board," said Auburn University President Steven Leath.
The Student Government Association hosted “SGA On Display” on Wednesday, Sept. 12 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.
The change would make the language more concise and simplified, not to create a new barrier of entry.
At its first weekly meeting of the semester on Monday evening, SGA Senate discussed goals for the year and approved two new SGA Senators, Carter Burleson and Reagan Law.
“Anyone can take the time to learn about bees and help our community,” Kornis said. “I just think it’s an awesome extra-curricular activity that anyone can do.”
No Labels is a campus political group dedicated to the idea that positive change is best achieved when people from opposing ideologies work together. No Labels welcomes those from any political affiliation or ideology to discuss current issues.
“Let’s do this together,” said White.