While campaigning to become the next Student Government Association administration, the Focus ticket ran on restructuring SGA so that it works for all students.
Kate Dye and Madison Matheny will serve as next year’s SGA president and vice president after a sweeping election win Wednesday night.
After an eventful week in Washington D.C., members of the West Virginia University Student Government Association returned home from the Big 12 on the Hill Conference.
It is SGA election week.
A planning and design firm working to fix pedestrian safety issues in Morgantown presented proposals and ideas to the city and SGA this week.
One year ago Friday, WVU student Leah Berhanu was struck and killed by a vehicle on Patteson Drive while she tried to cross the road.
Two pairs of potential SGA presidential and vice presidential candidates were served $30 fines by the WVU Elections Committee for comments made in a Jan. 13 Daily Athenaeum article.
Two sets of potential SGA presidential candidates will face charges of campaign violations on Thursday
WVU Student Government Association announced the resignation of its communications director, and the body is now taking applications for a replacement.
While there have been no new announcements of intentions to run in the upcoming SGA election since last semester, potential candidates have further solidified their campaign platforms.
Two pairs announced their intentions to run for SGA president and vice president at Wednesday night’s SGA meeting, the last of the semester.
The semester is nearly over, which means there will be just half a year left for the current SGA administration.
Both Morgantown City Council and SGA are currently looking into bringing ride-sharing scooters to Morgantown.
Correction: An earlier article said Greek Week had been moved to October. That is incorrect. Green Week was postponed to October. SGA does not manage Greek Week.
WVU SGA President Isaac Obioma was chosen as one of the 21 university leaders to participate in the Intercollegiate Diversity Congress.
The WVU Student Government Association discussed plans to make major changes to improve pedestrian safety during its first meeting of the fall semester on Wednesday night.
Isaac Obioma and Abbi Yachini from the Unity campaign won the SGA presidency and vice presidency with 43.8 percent of the vote Wednesday night.
Voting for the SGA election was cut short by three hours yesterday and today.
A WVU SGA presidential candidate had 150 signatures removed during the election's signature process by the Judicial Court.
The WVU Student Government Association has given $135,362.05 to student organizations as of the Feb. 28 meeting.
The WVU Student Government Association worked with state legislators to introduce a bill into the House of Delegates creating a temporary Virtual Library Study Commission.
The WVU Student Government Association passed four bills during Wednesday’s meeting.
The WVU Student Government Association Assembly debated for more than 45 minutes during Wednesday’s meeting about a grant to be given to a WVU College of Law student organization.
West Virginia University Student Government Association senator Shannon Cawley will be hosting an event alongside Planned Parenthood on Wednesday.
Ninety students voted in the Student Government Association's special election on Wednesday on a constitutional amendment to add a succession process for vacant seats on the Student Assembly.
Today students will vote on a constitutional amendment for the Student Government Association that could lead to the organization operating with a full legislative body by the end of October.
Next Wednesday, WVU students will vote in a special election to either approve or deny changes to the Student Government Association’s constitution.
Fourteen student legislator seats are standing vacant in the Student Government Association's Student Assembly following the announcement of three resignations — two from college representatives and one from a senator — at Wednesday night's meeting.
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A West Virginia senator is blasting the Department of Education over its decision to defund a $200,000 WVU scholarship program over a $2 mistake.
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