What’s Up With SBA? Senator Resignation Marks Change for Senate Meetings and Elections

What’s Up With SBA? Senator Resignation Marks Change for Senate Meetings and Elections

by James Bell III contributor The resignation of one of Millsaps’ senior class Senators due to a night class has sparked conversation about the threat of similar conflicts in the future. Although this is the only recent consequence of the Senate meeting schedule that has directly affected its operations, Student Body Association (SBA) President Ian […]

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SBA Amends Constitution

SBA Amends Constitution

By Greyson Scudder News Editor Included in the changes that the Student Body Association (SBA) is voting on this semester are adding amendments to the SBA Constitution, which will change the duties of some Executive Council positions if they pass. These amendments will change the presiding officer over SBA meetings from the President to the […]

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Students(s) Poster Leggett Living Room with #MeToo, Title IX Messages

Students(s) Poster Leggett Living Room with #MeToo, Title IX Messages

By Adria Walker Editor-in-Chief On Friday, February 9, an anonymous student (or group of students) posted hand-made flyers and written-on sticky notes around the Leggett. Signs included statements like: “Give Victims Law Guidance,” “Increase security @ the gates or what’s the point?”, “Why aren’t there more lights on campus?” “Saw a sexual assailant in the […]

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SBA Revises Structure

SBA Revises Structure

By Greyson Scudder and Mason Storrs News Editor and Contributor The Student Body Association (SBA) has big changes ahead in the new year, including a plan to remove several senator seats and to change the presiding member over meetings in 2018. The big change for SBA meetings in 2018 will be a vote for a […]

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Millsaps Changes Budget System

Millsaps Changes Budget System

By Greyson Scudder News Editor The college’s budgeting system is changing this semester—which will affect how student workers are paid. In the past, departments have paid their workers individually, but going forward students will be paid according to what the administration calls a “tiered” system. Carla Sarkady, human resources assistant, said there are three tiers […]

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Millsaps Chosen as Racial Healing Host

Millsaps Chosen as Racial Healing Host

By Greyson Scudder News Editor  Millsaps College has been chosen, along with nine other colleges and universities around the nation, as a site for a “Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center,” sponsored by the American Associations of Colleges and Universities (AACU). Millsaps received the honor for its vision statement alongside several other universities out of the original 125 that applied. The AACU was “particularly impressed with (Millsaps’) vision long-term,” according […]

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