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SGA puts forward resolution thanking COVID-19 task force

By: Wesley Hyde

During University Committee reports of the Feb. 3 meeting, SGA vice president Natalie Seevers shared updates from the prior Campus Dining Committee meeting. 

First Was that Pita Pit, the campuses newest dining option has been performing well and had new hires, also adding that the location is looking to provide incentives for students looking for a on campus job. Before closing the meeting Seevers also announced that Higher Education Day will be held Feb. 25 with sign-ups on Falconlink.  

The Feb. 10 meeting held a few announcements. 
The Government Affairs committee said they were working with the Student Activity Center to get nets for new volley courts they discussed in earlier meetings. Academic Affairs brought up that they are looking into opening study rooms in the library and study centers around campus while working out how to establish a policy for more lenient deadlines on assignments.  

After the senate committees wrapped up their announcements a new resolution was brought forward, Resolution 2021-R-003 titled: “Giving gratitude and Appreciation to the UM COVID-19 Task Force to Ensure the Safety of Students and Faculty.” The resolution was tabled for next week’s meeting. 

Before the meeting ended it was also announced that SGA applications for executive and senate positions would be opening the following week. 

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Wesley Hyde is the digital media manager of the Alabamian. He is a senior Mass Communications major focusing on broadcast and production. He enjoys online gaming with friends, and listening to podcasts.