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SG sends student relief plan to President Foster 

By Mike SherrStaff Writer Student Government (SG) met on Oct. 14 for their weekly general body meeting to discuss new and old business, including an...

SG votes on bill and creates new task force to improve representation

Executive President Suchir Govindarajan started the Oct. 7 Student Government (SG) meeting with business from the week before. 

SG welcomes newly elected members

Student Government (SG) began their Sept. 30 meeting by swearing-in 26 newly elected members, 11 of whom were elected during the summer. The swearing-in over Zoom was somewhat dysfunctional due to issues with Internet connections. 

SG proposes new financial aid bill

Executive Vice President Bryanna O’Keefe called the general body of the Student Government (SG) to order on Sept. 23 to discuss new and old business including new fund and financial aid plans.

SG holds student training day

As politicians across the country stride toward the finish line of this unprecedented 2020 election season, the College held its first virtual politics forum on Sept. 17. 

SG welcomes back students in first meeting online

Student Government held their first meeting of the semester on Sept. 2 via Zoom, where they welcomed back their general body and introduced their newly-elected officers and class presidents. 

Student Government addresses coronavirus

Student Government swore in the speaker of the General Body and the senators of the Humanities and Social Sciences at their general body meeting on Wednesday, March 4.

SG elects speaker; approves new write-in policy

Andrew Leynes and Matthew Wund, the chair and the vice-chair of the Committee on Faculty Affairs (CFA), attended the Student Government general body meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 26 to give a presentation on the College’s current policy when it comes to adjunct professor’s office hours.

SG talks new resolutions, fundraisers

On Wednesday Feb. 12, Student Government members discussed policies regarding previously incarcerated employees and students at the College, in addition to the impeachment of general body members at their meeting in the Decker Social Space.

SG swears in new members, discusses new bills

Student Government swore in two newly appointed members and voted on a plastic bag ban at their first general body meeting of the semester on Wednesday, Feb. 5, in the Decker Social Space.

Foster discusses differential housing with SG

Student Government gathered in the Education Building Room 115 for its anticipated visit with College President Kathryn Foster on Oct. 30.

SG discusses Homecoming

Student Government discussed the official recognition of a student-run organization, one bill affecting SG’s day-to-day operations and grilling at Homecoming at its meeting on Oct. 16 in the Education Building Room 115.

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