Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Scott Kieffer

Sodexho considers legal action against ‘Kleptomaniacs’

Sodexho Dining Services is considering taking action against students in an Internet group called Eickhoff Kleptomaniacs, according to an announcement at last week's Student Government Association (SGA) meeting by Leo Inglima, sophomore class president and Sodexho liaison.

SGA senator resigns amid blog controversy

Dan Beckelman, former Student Government Association (SGA) senator at-Large, resigned last week after he was discovered to be the creator of a Weblog that had been offending SGA members with criticisms of not only their actions within SGA but also their personalities and abilities.

Students lose right to vote at committee meetings

The general student body at the College no longer has the right to vote in Student Government Association (SGA) committee meetings, as SGA last week voted 34-5 to pass a bill restricting voting rights. SGA also unanimously approved a resolution that will seek a formal apology from the office of Auxiliary Services because it neglected to include SGA in renewing the Sodexho contract.

Time Capsule is sealed as library officially opens

Although it opened for use at the end of August, the official opening ceremony of the New Library was held last Friday afternoon. The event consisted of an official ribbon cutting, a plaque dedication, the placing of a time capsule to be opened in 50 years for the College's bicentennial, and speeches by prominent members of the College administration.

Proposal might make voting ‘members only’

At the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting last Wednesday, Dan Beckelman, senator at-Large, said SGA is considering a reform that will take away students' right to vote at SGA committee meetings. Also at the meeting, Kevin Kelly, vice president of Legal and Governmental Affairs, proposed seeking an apology from the office of Auxiliary Services for SGA's exclusion from the Sodexho contract negotiation process that occurred this past summer.

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