JMU's Student Government Association is rebranding its DEI committee to be the DEIJA+ committee, incorporating the following: diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, accessibility and more. Leia Surovell, sophomore anthropology major, will take over as chairperson in the fall and hopes to expand the committee's presence and outreach next year.
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The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate approved all front-end budgeting (FEB) groups’ budgets for the 2022-23 academic year in Tuesday night’s meeting.
Fresh out of office, Jessani Collier discusses her experiences as the JMU student body president, how she adapted to unexpected tragedies this semester and her plans to stay involved with SGA next year.
Student body election day is Tuesday, March 29, and JMU students will be voting on their new student body president, student body vice president, executive treasurer, student representative to the Board of Visitors, class council and academic senators, here's who's running.
SGA voted to approve an amendment to its financial procedures to allow the student organization, Safe Rides, to obtain more funding.
In a vigil organized by students on social media, the JMU community came together to mourn over recent tragic events and discuss mental health.
With the start of February comes Black History Month — a time to educate people and honor Black history, experience and excellence, members of the Furious Flower Poetry Center said. Here's how the Center is planning to celebrate the month.
In response to JMU's revised credit/no credit policy as a result of COVID-19, SGA put out a petition to encourage the university to revert to its policy from last semester.