The following is a letter written by SGA President Tripp Keeffe to CofC Students
Hello CofC Students,
The fourth Senate session took place on Oct. 9. I started the meeting with my President’s report which detailed my meeting with Provost McGee and President Osborne. We discussed crosswalk safety and focused on Coming Street near Addlestone Library. President Osborne announced the process for a 250th anniversary commemorative stamp for the College. Lastly I informed the Senate that the SGA Pilot program of distributing free feminine hygiene products around campus received the funding to become permanent. Products will be distributed to bathrooms on campus this week.
Next, Not Just Another Club and the Revolutionary Pet Society testified to the Senate to enter their 28-day waiting period. Student Outreach and Academic Team petitioned allocations committee for funds that would allow members to attend a tournament at Georgia Tech.
Lastly, Senator Meis passed a resolution to gain student support for implementing better traffic and pedestrian safety especially around crosswalks and high-traffic areas.
As always, If you would like to learn more about session proceedings, tune into the Facebook live stream, which is archived on our Facebook page after each meeting.