ASG has a lot planned this semester.
The Associated Student Government looks to build on the success of last semester after some big legislation was passed. Today, ASG looks to implement some of the passed legislation, including the addition of maps of all the bus routes, Bobcat March, and Lights on Lights off. ASG Vice President Eddie Perez describes how the bus routes maps came to completion.
“We just passed that legislation last semester and it has already been implemented on all the buses,” Eddie Perez said. “Thanks to a brand new Senator.”
“It usually takes a while for legislation to go up the chain of command through President Trauth, Dr. Smith and so on.”
– Eddie Perez
ASG held a roundtable event with multiple administration members last semester and will conduct the same type of roundtable in April. ASG also brought in a consultant last semester to help them become more efficient.
“What the consultant was for us to give us our flaws to let us see what we were doing wrong,” Eddie Perez said. “And it is an outside perspective on what we are doing wrong, what we can do better, and how we can better use this organization as a resource for students.”
“Whatever those changes may be, they are really recommendations to try and tailor it the best we can to benefit the students.”
– Eddie Perez
ASG meetings are held every Monday night at 7 p.m. in the 4th floor LBJ teaching theater, and students are encouraged to attend.
Warren Schorr, KTSW News