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SG recognizes new organizations, talks re-opening strategies for spring

In their general body meeting on Oct. 21, Student Government (SG) recognized two new student organizations, incorporated a greater faculty presence in the governing body and highlighted various reopening strategies for the spring semester.

Students attend Spring Involvement Fair

Students attended the Student Involvement Fair on Feb. 4 in the Brower Student Center from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. to check out the different clubs and student organizations available on campus.

SFB funds Chinese new year, French club

The Student Finance Board fully funded two campus events, partially funded a third and zero funded two events at its meeting on Feb. 6.

SFB partially funds Homecoming Spirit Week activities

Student Government’s Homecoming Spirit Week was partially funded during the Student Finance Board Meeting on Oct. 3.

Freshmen should get involved on campus

Moving away from home and beginning a new life at the College can seem like one of the loneliest and most uncomfortable times in a person’s life. For most, the transition into college life is an exhilarating step into adulthood, but many new students still experience feelings of confusion and distress that can sometimes be overwhelming.

SFB funds multiple events through conference call

Seven events were funded and two events were tabled at this week’s Student Finance Board meeting held over a conference call on March 21.

SG recognizes two new campus organizations

Student Government voted to officially recognize two student organizations, the Music Students Association and the Actuarial Sciences Club, and welcomed new senators during its meeting on Feb. 21.

Involvement Fair helps students find interests

Students hopeful of finding a group of like-minded peers gathered in the Brower Student Center on Jan. 24 to browse countless rows of tables hosted by student organizations, club sports, greek life and academic fraternities during the spring 2018 Involvement Fair.

Classic Signals: Students find niche at College

In 1991, the College provided social, cultural and academic clubs for students who were eager to get involved on campus.

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