SGA discusses new tailgating policy

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    Tailgate Attendance

    During the Student Government Association’s House of Student Representatives meeting Tuesday, representatives discussed the new tailgate policy, future events and available SGA positions.

    Students who want to bring a guest to tailgates must register by noon on the Friday before each football game, said Kelsie Johnson, student body president. Johnson said interested students should go to tailgates.tcu.edu and click student registration.

    Tailgate Beer Prices

    Johnson said all beers will cost $2.25. She also said the cover band Me and My Monkey, will play Oct. 3 before the SMU game.

    Activities

    Kennedy Stewart, Programming Council chair, announced One Republic’s concert on Sept. 19, after the Texas State home game. The concert will be in the Campus Commons and students interested in volunteering during the concert should attend the Sept. 9 information session in the Brown-Lupton University Union student organizations area.

    Book Club

    Matt Dietrichson, student body vice president, said “One Book, One TCU,” chose “Tuesdays with Morrie,” for the campaign to encourage recreational reading.

    SGA announced that it scheduled the international, best-selling author of the book, Mitch Albom, to speak Oct. 15 on campus.

    SGA Elections

    Merillat Pittman, Speaker of the House, said students looking to become more involved in SGA should fill out a representative application on the SGA Web site by Sept. 3. Positions available include AddRan, Business, Fine Arts, Education, Class of 2013 and Class of 2010. Students will vote in the final election Sept. 10, Pittman said.