Ballot, votes are in for SGA


Voting is a constitutional right, regardless of the election and regardless of the governing body.

That very right was recently given to the ULM student body.

ULM students voted on who they felt would best lead their campus in the next school year.

A total of 29 students were elected from their various colleges to lead their fellow Warhawks.

The fate of four other students remains in question as there will be a runoff election for secretary and one for treasurer.

Joey Walker, a junior risk management and insurance major has been voted Student Government Association president. Alongside Walker, Cindy Ho, a junior biology major, will be the vice president of SGA.

SGA is the governing body of students on campus.

They, together with faculty, help make major decisions regarding student life.

This semester, SGA unveiled a new dock on the bayou to accomodate more students.

Once a semester, they have a lunch with the president of the university.

At this meeting, they discuss some of the students concerns or requests from the school.

Recently, they spoke to President Bruno regarding the new Bayou Pointe Event Center and its fees on students.