The fight for a higher minimum wage continued last week as students and other community members gathered at Monroe Park on Wednesday to march, urging to raise the current minimum wage from $7.25 to $15.
With elections nearing, SGA and the Appropriations Committee are brainstorming new ways to improve budgeting system.
Originally a debate for Monroe Park SGA president and vice president on was to be held Monday night. But the candidates are running unopposed, so the event turned into a chance for student to ask questions of their future representatives.
Braving the cool weather, crowds of students and alumni sported various hues of black and gold as they arrived for various game day events on Saturday.