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Student Government Association (SGA) noted major issues going on in the student body and is working on resolving them. This new initiative is aiming for a roll-over feature for the print quota. SGA President Klassie Alcine does not know what the senate will propose until the next meeting when they come up with a resolution.

As for transportation, SGA is bringing back the referendum vote. Alcine is discussing parking and maybe a bicycle program. This program consists of students renting bicycles and would make the school eco-friendly.

SGA has Greek Row in its master plan. The number of pledges doubled from last year. This plan would include giving Greeks bigger homes. Alcine recognizes political action will be involved due to an ordinance preventing no more than five individuals in one house who are not blood relatives. Otherwise it is classified as a brothel.

Alcine put the invitation for collaboration between Greek students and SGA to have resolution for Greeks to have a home. But with any changes it means changes to fees or tuition. SGA has support from administration and is working with Vice Chancellor Mel Tyler.

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