Question of the Week is run by SGA each week to gather feedback from students on SGA initiatives and programs. We want to know what you would like to see done on your campus, and to help us hear your voice, we offer the opportunity to voice your honest opinions to us each week. As an additional incentive, one respondent will be selected each week at random to receive a Crimson Cash credit for use at campus establishments such as the GeeDunk. Thanks so much for your feedback; SGA will take it into consideration and hopefully move forward armed with your opinions.
Are you happy with the free USA Today newspapers? Would you rather have the USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, or some other option?
In our first question under the new system, we had 23 respondents. They indicated that, generally speaking, they were satisfied with the USA Today paper. Some of them desired to see other papers added, with a large number of respondents either preferring or seeing the Wall Street Journal as an equal new source, as it is needed for many business classes. The support was behind the USA Today, however, because it provides the news-in-brief with a variety of sections. The number of respondents in favor of the Wall Street Journal, however, indicates that perhaps this is not a closed issue.
Would you like to see a RedBox video rental machine placed on campus, even if the College could not regulate its content?
We received stunning feedback on this question, with more than 90 respondents answering our question. The overwhelming feedback was an unadulterated “yes!” Students are eager to see a Redbox placed on our campus, and they want it as soon as possible. Only one negative response to the idea was tabulated.
How can the College increase attendance at sporting events?
There was low feedback this week, perhaps because no one really knows how to increase attendance. There were only three responses.
How could the College improve its chapel offerings?
This question received a good amount of feedback, with 18 respondents submitting responses. Most respondents indicated a strong desire to see more professors as speakers in chapel, with most of them indicating that the professors were their favorite chapel speakers. A strong number of respondents also indicated they enjoyed the Redbox Missions chapels, and a few said they would like to see more credit offered for Vespers services since they are longer