The Student Government Association passed a bill Sept. 26 that will permit the SGA Senate to use electronic iClickers as a means for voting, replacing the current method in which senators vote by voicing “yea” or “nay.” iClickers allow for quicker, more efficient results but have a controversial past in Appalachian’s SGA. A bill allowing
Students gathered in the Parkway Ballroom to listen to a speech on how they can use music and art to combat discrimination on Sept. 14. Pierce Freelon, founder of Blackspace and mayoral candidate in Durham, said of all the work he does he most enjoys talking about his “artivism,” which merges the worlds of art
A Student Government Association bill passed last year will provide complimentary menstrual products in the Plemmons Student Union starting this semester. Students should expect these products to begin appearing in the union’s nine female and four gender-neutral restrooms over the next two months. The offering of similar or other products in male restrooms is under consideration.