“Focus on the success of our students.” The fall 2018 President-Provost Forum

Ethan Castro
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Oct 29, 2018
Once per semester, the Illinois Tech Student Government Association (SGA) hosts an open event wherein the university’s president and provost take to the stage and answer direct questions from the student body. The fall 2018 installment of the President-Provost Forum saw President Alan Cramb and Provost Peter Kilpatrick answer a plethora of student questions during the lunch hour on Wednesday, October 28.
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2018 - Fall - Issue 8
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SGA Academic Affairs Committee initiates project on architecture portfolio reviews

Ethan Castro
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Oct 22, 2018
Third-year architecture student and Student Government Association (SGA) Senator Marcos Mercado is in the midst of a project that is very personal to him as an architecture major. For the past several weeks, he has been in talks with Illinois Tech Career Services to look into better options for bolstering the portfolios of architecture students.
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2018 - Fall - Issue 7
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Student Government Association Senate recap (9/29/2021)

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Oct 04, 2021
The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate held its third regular session on Sep 29. Recordings of the live streams of both meetings are available via the "Illinois Tech Student Government Association" YouTube channel. The Senate considered returning to weekly sessions, confirmed a new Senator from the Greek Council, confirmed a nominee to be Executive Vice President, considered four organizational proposals, and confirmed a nominee to the Judicial Board.
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2021-Fall-Issue 5
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The installation of single-gendered signs in the gender neutral residence halls: SGA Open Letter

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Sep 20, 2021
The Illinois Tech student community endeavors to be a welcoming and inviting home to its diverse population. To that end, the students of Illinois Tech have repeatedly asked for support by providing gender-neutral options within the campus residence halls. Such options are necessary to improve the quality of life for many students, including our gender non-binary peers, for whom living in gendered facilities is a source of dysphoria.
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2021 - Fall - Issue 3
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