The Student Government Association (SGA) addressed Tuesday’s classroom incident, to which the University Police Department (UPD) responded, during its weekly meeting Wednesday.
“In a world that can sometimes be lacking in empathy and deep thinking, I think ‘River Teeth’ makes space for the opportunity to inhabit another human being’s experience in a meaningful way,” said Jill Christman, senior co-editor of the creative nonfiction journal “River Teeth.”
At its Wednesday meeting, Student Government Association (SGA) Senate continued debate on a resolution that would change how the Ball State handles sexual assault and hazing violations by Greek Life organizations if passed.
Junior English literature major Jevon Osborne’s bike was stolen from outside the Honors House in October 2019. Osborne said he was in class and failed to lock his bike properly.
“Imagine a slew of your favorite rock songs from the 1970s or pop rock anthems from the ’90s. [Then], add a proscenium stage, pyrotechnics, a 20-foot interactive LED wall, moving set pieces and 12 turning, flipping, flying, belting performers in costumes.”