WSGA minutes for September 2

WSGA started off the meeting on the Sept. 2 by calling roll, then moved on as Advisor Baraclough summarized the Bowtie Event that occurred that day. Mikayla Douglas, Director of Public Relations briefed the senate on ongoing projects with i Save and the Sexual Assault Task Force. Marketing Director Johnson then went over Can Emporia branding. He spoke of “The Buzz” app, a news app that is now available to students. Meagan Borth, WSGA Service Director also then covered Can Emporia. Zachary Taylor, Director of Special Events, then covered the alumni tailgate taking place before the homecoming football game. President Porter then spoke of the Buzz app, going over some functions like news from different national sources, as well as the Washburn Review.

Next the senate discussed music on campus, such as in the cafeteria and union. It also discussed the possibility of playing music over the sound system on days when sports events will take place so everyone is aware of them. The senate then discussed possible new topics, of which there were none, then adjourned to committee meetings.