Transparency within SGA is crucial to the smooth running of an adminstration. The Revolution would like to focus on improving the transparency of SGA, making it more visible to the student body, through initiatives involving a visible budget and live streams of meetings for those who can't be in attendance. These initiatives will in turn gain a larger campus support for student organizations.
Many things in life are unexpected and The Revolution hopes to aid students with an unforeseen problem complicating their college career. Through providing a service to students in this situation, it will be possible for students to leave campus and attend to these necessary matters, and return at a more appropriate time, without affecting their semester.
Ignite the Revolution!
Members of The Revolution share what being a part of this movement means to them. We invite you to "Ignite the Revolution" this week. Wear your T-Shirt on Monday, come to the debate Monday evening, and join the revolution and vote Tuesday-Thursday.
Revolution Drops Banner, Kicks off SGA Election
The Revolution dropped its banner tonight, kicking off the start of the 2013 Student Government Association elections. The banner, located above the food court in the cafeteria of the Mountainlair, displays the tickets name, candidates, colors, and voting dates.
Ryan Campione, presidential candidate and Benjamin Seebaugh, vice presidential candidate, along with their ticket of 15 board of governors candidates and two athletic council candidates, will be campaigning to students for the next two weeks. They will be promoting their diverse platforms to students across campus, as well as speaking with students about how SGA can make a difference at WVU.
The SGA debate, featuring The Revolution, will take place on Monday, February 25, in the Mountainlair, and will give students the opportunity to hear the candidates explain and answer questions pertaining to their platform. Voting for the SGA Elections will take place February 26-28, at various locations across campus.