For three years, Ball State computer science students have worked to make their field available to the next generation of computer scientists.
Following Tuesday’s results of the first-round of Student Government Association (SGA) election, the two remaining slates — Alliance and Bold — took part in a final debate before the runoff election before an audience of around 30.
For the second year in a row, with no slate gaining 51 percent or more of student votes, two slates — Bold and Alliance — are headed for a runoff election to determine the Student Government Association (SGA) executive slate for the next academic year.
The Bold, Aureum and Alliance slates met for the third debate of the 2020 Student Government Association (SGA) election before an audience of around 40 people Thursday night at Teachers College.
The nominees for Student Government Association’s (SGA) presidential and vice presidential positions met again Monday night at the Arts and Journalism Building, this time without their treasurer and secretary nominees.