Through a unanimous vote, the Students’ Association Senate passed a resolution voicing its support for student access to the Miller Wellness Center during the summer, so long as students are registered for classes the coming fall semester.
According to a sponsor of the resolution, summer Wellness Center access has been in the works for years.
“This resolution represents a project that’s been a couple years in the making,” Government Affairs Chair Zebadiah Johnson said. “Throughout this year, [Finance Chair Sarah Cook] and myself … have been working to try and get this accomplished.”
In addition to Johnson and Cook, Shari Landmark, director of recreation and fitness at the Miller Wellness Center, is a sponsor of the resolution.
“Over the last couple weeks, we finally had an agreement with Shari at the Wellness Center that if you are enrolled in the fall semester, that preceding summer you will not have to pay for a membership,” Johnson said.
During previous summers, students were required to either be enrolled in summer courses or pay a membership fee of $50 per month.
SA hosts debates for senate, presidential candidates before election
The Senate is hosting a series of debates before the upcoming SA election March 23 and 24.
The debates are held in-person on the stage in front of The Market at the University Student Union. They are also livestreamed on the SDSU Students’ Association Facebook page and via Zoom.
Earlier this week, senatorial candidates from the college of agriculture, food and environmental science, Cara Teigum, Blake Pulse, Lindsay Muller, Shelby Ruland and AnnaMarie Sachs, took the stage to talk about problems facing students and what their goals would be as SA senators.
The debate for senatorial candidates in the college of arts, humanities and social sciences will be held at 11 a.m. March 17, and the presidential and vice-presidential debate will be held at noon March 17. Both will be held on the stage outside The Market in the University Student Union.
CAFES – March 16 @ noon
AHSS – March 17 @ 11 a.m.
Pres/Vice Pres – March 17 @ noon