SGA passes constitutional amendment to promote transparency

Suffolk’s  Student Government Association (SGA) passed  a constitutional amendment to ensure that the organization promotes all resolutions before they come to a vote in the SGA senate.

The amendment was voted on at Thursday’s meeting and will allow for pre-releases of all resolutions and meetings agendas to the student body at least 24 hours before a vote in order to promote transparency.

Senator at-Large Mason Lafferty proposed the idea of a cookbook created using recipes sent in from members of different student run clubs and organizations on campus.

Housing and Facilities Committee Chairperson and Senator at-Large Logan Casey said Sodexo dining services is thinking of leaving Suffolk’s dining halls. He said the committee was looking to get ahead of this and has started to look for new dining options.