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SGA Candidate Haley Palmeri says, “It is time” for next female president

“It’s Time,” junior art major Haley Palmeri said as her running slogan for SGA president. Palmeri is running her campaign on this slogan and stating the goal is complete transparency and accountability. She is a founding member of Sigma Kappa and participated in organizations like The All State and SGA ...

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SGA Candidate Courtney Covington plans to build strong community

The Student Government Association (SGA) has announced three candidates for president on the ballot for the upcoming year. One of them, junior education major Courtney Covington, through extra-curriculars and extensive community outreach, has the qualifications for the position. “I joined [SGA] in the second semester of my freshman year,” Covington ...

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SGA goes another week without legislation

For the fourth official meeting this semester, SGA has not presented any original legislation for campus. The organization has voted to increase student fees by $23 to assist the Foy Fitness Center and Ard Health and Counseling Services. They also nominated Kenneth Cervelli for the Most Distinguished Faculty Award. At ...

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Mills tells SGA to ‘do their research’

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Housing, Joe Mills, spoke at SGA’s meeting on Wednesday, Feb.7 about their lack of research on legislation. “Before a senator writes a resolution, he or she go and talk to the office in charge of the topic of the resolution, as ...

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Sustainability Committee discusses $63K bike rack

The Sustainable Campus Fee Committee has put nearly $63,000 towards a bike sharing system. The rack, which will include 10 bikes, will be part of the city-wide bike share. The committee, which is responsible for sustainability projects such as the solar panels in the UC Plaza and the two-way flush ...

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SGA votes to increase student fees by $23

SGA voted to increase student fees for the Foy Fitness Center and for Ard Health and Counseling Services and swore in four new senators during their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 31 meeting. Jason Wills, Assistant Director of the Foy Fitness Center, proposed a $15 increase from making the current fee ...

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