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The following covers the meeting on Sept. 19. CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Sophomore senator Mia Quintanilla related negative feedback that she had received from students who had attended the sexual assault speaker last Wednesday. Quintanilla worried that the speaker made light of a serious topic in attempting to be relatable. Advisor David Tuttle, dean of students, voiced that he thought the speaker — who was from an organization that Trinity had not worked with before —...

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This covers the SGA meeting on April 2. CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Senator Emeritus Samy Abdallah, senior, noted the construction going on behind the Bell Center and by the football field. Abdallah asked if the bollards that have been raised to prevent cars from passing through would be lowered anytime soon. David Tuttle, dean of students, suggested an SGA member reach out to TUPD and Facilities Services. Senator Mia Quintanilla, first-year, brought up a concern discussed...

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This covers the SGA meeting on March 21. President Amulya Deva, junior, announced the February senator of the month, Julia Shults, junior senator. Senator of the month is awarded to the senator with the most points, earned by attending SGA-sponsored events and promoting SGA, among other things. Shults received a bowl of Amy’s white-chocolate ice cream with Reese’s.   CLIMATE CHECK First-year senator Noelle Barrera announced that Trinity Diversity Connection’s event “Womyn in Art,” was...

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CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK First-year senator Mia Quintanilla raised concerns about malfunctioning thermostats and mold in McLean residence hall. Junior senator Reese Carlos said a similar issue has been occurring with the thermostats in Prassel residence hall. SGA adviser Stephanie Ackerman advised students to reach out to facilities services. Sophomore senator Ty Tinker updated the senate on the progress within the open educational resources committee, which he chairs. Junior senator Julia Shults explained that some students...

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Student Government Association (SGA) president, vice president and 14 senators were elected on Monday, Nov 6., with a runoff election for a fifth senator for the class of 2019 held this week. Amulya Deva was elected president and Rachel Daniel was elected vice president. The class of 2021 senators are Noelle Barrera, Maddie D’Iorio, Nick Pereda, Mia Quintanilla and Isabella Schlag. The class of 2020 senators are Benjamin Gonzalez, Juan Luevanos, Angel Ramirez, Simone Washington...