SGA Prez suspends activities

Posted Mar. 4 @ 11:20 a.m.; updated @ 7:25 p.m.SGA President Chris Harmon has suspended all SGA activity in lieu of continued pressure from the Grambling State administration, according to a document obtained by The Gramblinite.

The suspension began Tuesday (March 3) after continuous bickering between the SGA and University officials.

In a letter addressed to Dr. Stacey Duhon, V.P. of Student Affairs, Harmon said he was “suspending ALL (sic) activities, meetings, and/or programs” due to Duhon’s alleged obstruction of the SGA’s legislative process.

The SGA Senate has been locked in conflict to make amendments to the SGA Constitution. According to various sources in the SGA, the amendments passed by the SGA Senate has been blocked by Duhon, stating that the administration will do it the way they wanted it done.

Harmon also said that due to the pressure, he feels that its the “students’ best interest to be fully represented and defended.”

TheGramblinite.com will have more on this story in tomorrow’s edition of the The Gramblinite.