By: Lydia Rogers There will be an opening of floor space in the Gallagher Student Center (GSC) bookstore next year due to the construction of the University Station. It has been confirmed that the apparel section of the bookstore will be moved to a space in University Station. There has been no decision about the book section changing locations and therefore no definite plans for how the bookstore’s space will be used in the future. “Moving the apparel part of the bookstore is beneficial for Xavier for two reasons,” Student Government Association President Drew Dziedzic said. “First, it will anchor … Continue reading Free space to be opened as Gallagher bookstore moves out
By: Andrew Koch The Student Government Association (SGA) recently formed a temporary committee of senators that seeks to improve communication between the student body and the SGA representatives. Senators Traci Garcia and Andrew Redd provided information about what each of the five committees accomplished in October. This is the first installment in a series of monthly updates. Residential Affairs: Ice machines will be installed in Fenwick Place. A Survey will be administered about student interest in University Station. Identity and Rights Hand sanitizer stations will be placed in Smith Hall, CLC and GSC. Academic Affairs A color printer, which will … Continue reading October SGA Update
By: Meredith Francis In light of recent, more serious crime reports on and around Xavier’s campus, the Student Government Association (SGA) Executives and Xavier Police are encouraging students to get informed about the campus safety protocol. SGA Executives are currently planning an initiative to promote safety communication techniques. Within one week, there were separate reports of a major theft from Fenwick Place and an armed robbery at Idlewild and Dana Avenues. According to SGA President Drew Dziedzic, the safety communication initiative is part of an ongoing process to properly inform students of the different “incident levels” and the corresponding ways … Continue reading Recent crime prompts safety communication efforts
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