The Southern Utah University Student Association (SUUSA) held their weekly senate meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 27 to go over current campus issues.
SUU has officially won the Campus Cup, a statewide competition to register the most student voters. In addition, there were points awarded for certain social media hashtags and creativity. Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox and Governor Gary Herbert selected the winner.
“It is just more recognition for SUU,” D’Mia Lamar, SUUSA President, said. “The Leavitt Center is really the organization that made this happen, so much congratulations and thanks are due to them.”
SUUSA is teaming up with the Student Programming Board to host “Campus Connect” tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom. Students have the option to play zorb soccer, create winter crafts and eat free pizza.
On Dec. 4, SUUSA will lead T- Bird Tuesday to help with Christmas at the Homestead. The event will run from Dec. 3 to Dec. 7 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Frontier Homestead State Park. To volunteer, students can contact SUUSA for more information.
For those interested in becoming more involved on campus, SUUSA Senate meetings are held every Tuesday in the Sterling Church Auditorium at 11:30 a.m.
Story by: Aaron Peterson
Photo by: SUUSA