President Book’s inauguration festivities did not stop SGA from going hard to work on Oct. 18 as they met with their councils and committees.

SGA Executive President Kenneth Brown Jr. opened the night discussing how SGA will be partnering with Elon Votes to provide transportation to local polling stations for students between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 6. Brown stated SGA’s top priority on Election Day is to make sure students have access to the polls. 

The Student Issues Committee announced they conducted a “light check” a few weeks ago and found multiple lights out, specifically in the East Neighborhood parking lot. They said the lights should be restored in about two weeks. The committee also stated it is in the works of possibly creating a page on the SGA website for students to place issues they may have, insuring  problems are resolved efficiently. 

SGA is working hard to encourage students to attend the Student Inaugural Ball on Saturday, Oct. 20, as well as starting to get students excited for Homecoming in just a few weeks. 

Brown ended by saying, “Open your mind and think big, SGA. We’re just getting started.”