Sixty students attended Student Senate’s Town Hall November 5 to discuss parking, food, green initiatives, financial aid, and program elimination with a panel of administrators.
“We’re in the second year of a two-year strategic plan,” said Dr. Michael Droge, president of Park University. “We’re hoping to have our 5-year plan in place by 2012. Basically, the plan determines what Park wants to be when Park grows up, over the next few years at least.”
Park Student Government Association is hosting their third biannual Town Hall meeting today at 12:30 p.m. in the McCoy Meeting House. The Town Hall meeting is an open forum event where students can address questions and concerns to a variety of Park University administrators, including representatives from Student Life, Residential Life, Dining Services, Campus Safety, and Financial Aid. Dr. Michael Droge will be presenting the opening remarks, as well as sitting on the panel.
“According to the Senate constitution [Article III, Segment D], it’s our purpose to act as a liaison between students and the administration,” said Jordan E. Korell, sophomore and president of PSGA. “This Town Hall meeting is just one way of fulfilling that promise to the students.”
Angelica Hodgdon walks back to Copley Quad from Chestnut. Photo credit/Joshua Evans
If Angelica Hodgdon falls down, she will die. No ifs, ands, or buts about it – the freshman secondary education major wouldn’t stand a chance.