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SGA aims to bring student voice to Webster Groves
The Student Government Association’s (SGA) Community Engagement Committee, created last spring, is working towards bringing a student voice to the community of Webster Groves.
Michael Grosch, SGA president, said he felt students were not being represented in issues between the Webster University administration and the Webster Groves City Council.
Grosch said he wants the Community Engagement Committee to produce a student voice amongst the Webster Groves community.
The committee’s first project will be to procure a crosswalk between the parking garage and the East Academic Building. The committee has met with the Webster Groves Mayor, and is working on a proposal to present to the city council. The proposal will ideally be completed and submitted by the end of August.