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A Spring 2020 Student Government Association meeting. Photo by Yongze Wang.

SGA to hire student employees to lighten treasurer workload

By Frankie Rowley, Content Managing Editor
February 4, 2021

With the spring semester underway, the Student Government Association is staring down a vacancy in one of its most crucial positions—the executive treasurer—for the first time at the start of a semester...

A spring 2020 Student Government Association meeting

Students vote to approve new, wide-ranging SGA constitution

By Andrew Brinker, Senior Investigative Reporter
April 23, 2020

A new constitution for the Student Government Association was officially ratified Tuesday, drastically altering the fundamental operations and direction of the organization and marking the most significant...

SGA President Will Palauskas at a meeting Wednesday night. Photo credit: Montse Landeros

Chief Justice says constitution is “pretty straight forward” regarding ineligibility

By Andrew Brinker, Senior Investigative Reporter
February 8, 2020

Student Government Association Chief Justice Joseph Johnson would not take a stance on the two potential grounds for ineligibility in SGA against Executive Treasurer Abigail Semple laid out last week by...

SGA votes to propose POWER commissioner on fall ballots

SGA votes to propose POWER commissioner on fall ballots

By Diana Bravo, Copyeditor/Photographer
November 7, 2018

The Student Government Association approved potential amendments to the SGA constitution including the ability to appoint a new non-voting member from Protesting Oppression with Educational Reform at their...

SGA finances greek life dance marathon fundraiser

SGA finances greek life dance marathon fundraiser

By Shafaq Patel
March 30, 2017

Alpha Phi Omega will host an overnight dance marathon in April with funds from a Student Government Association appeal. Emerson’s chapter of the co ed service fraternity will use $3,617.92 granted...

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