Nightwalk set for Nov. 12 after SGA



Patrick Stephens
Staff Writer


The Student Government Association welcomed guest speaker Brittany Clarke, leadership scholar in charge of the Student IT Committee, and discussed the upcoming Nightwalk at this Tuesday’s meeting.
“What I am doing is working with the IT department to form a focus group that involves all students, not just ones in specific groups,” said Clarke, a sophomore information systems major from Broughton, “so that students could test products that might potentially be a part of campus, in order to give feedback before they are fully implemented.”
During committee reports, several announcements were made.  One concerned the upcoming Nightwalk, an event that occurs every semester and allows students the opportunity to identify safety and security concerns on campus that they wish to be made known to the university.
“Nightwalk will be held this semester on Nov. 12, immediately following that night’s SGA Meeting,” said Senator Taylor Yates, representing the Student Welfare Committee. “Everyone should try to attend as it is a great opportunity to voice any concerns you may have.”
Business conducted concerning docket included the passing of three different organizational constitutions.  These were for the Alabama Rural Health Association, Troy University Chapter, the Troy University Dolletes Dance Team and the Student Veteran’s Association.
The rest of the meeting consisted of discussion of the annual bonfire pep rally, held on Sorority Hill, to prepare for tonight’s game against the University of Louisiana Monroe.  The SGA encourages students to come out for the Trojan Walk before the game at 3:30 p.m. and support our Troy Trojans.

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