In the coming days, Ball State students will begin voting for the 2018 Student Government Association’s executive slate. On their ballots, they have two options — to vote for or against this year’s only campaigning slate, Amplify.
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President Geoffrey S. Mearns has advocated to bridge the gap between Ball State and the greater Muncie community throughout his time in office.
The Daily News first spoke to Summit when they were campaigning to be the next Student Government Association slate. That was over a year ago, when Summit began with 17 platform points.
A university should be a place where everyone — regardless of their political beliefs, religion, ethnicity, race or gender — can speak without fear of ridicule.