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SGA Cabinet Members Appointed After Semester-Long Coronavirus Delay

SGA Cabinet Members Appointed After Semester-Long Coronavirus Delay

Sarah Westergren, News Writer September 22, 2020

As students impatiently debate over who will occupy the United States' executive branch in January, Colgate Student Government Association (SGA) president Amarachi Iheanyichukwu and vice presidents Ben...

Meet the 2020-2021 SGA Executives

Meet the 2020-2021 SGA Executives

Greta Ferdinand and Nicole Dienst May 20, 2020

This article is the second part of a two-part SGA Election series. Part one outlined the changes to this year’s executive election positions and procedures.  The Student Government Association (SGA)...

Inside the Changes to the SGA Elections

Inside the Changes to the SGA Elections

Kirby Goodman, News Editor May 2, 2020

This article is part one of a two-part SGA Election series that outlines changes to this year’s executive elections. Part two will be a “meet the candidates” article introducing all presidential...

SGA Roundtable

SGA Hosts Roundtable to Foster Inclusive Dialogue

Wynter Schnell, Maroon-News Staff January 30, 2020

The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted their first-ever SGA Roundtable to promote dialogue between student leaders across campus on Wednesday, January 22. The event began in Love Auditorium,...

President Johns and Vice President Elarabi address the attendees at the speak-out.

SGA Hosts Campus Speak-out In Response to Racist Incident

Kate Hinsche, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2019

Community members responded to a racist message that was written on a student’s whiteboard in Russell House early last week at a speak-out hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA) on Wednesday,...

SGA Hosts Fall Festival

SGA Hosts Second Annual Fall Fest

Sarah Westergren, Maroon-News Staff October 22, 2019

Association (SGA) Class Leadership Councils (CLCs) hosted their second annual Fall Fest event on October 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. on Whitnall Field. Co-sponsored by the Broad Street Association, Sidekicks Mentorship...

Speaker Switch

SGA Speaker Steps Down, Senate Holds Reelection

Finn Schuemann, Maroon-News Staff October 10, 2019

The Student Government Association (SGA) of Colgate University held elections within the Senate body for the position of Speaker Tuesday, September 24. Sophomore Wynter Schnell won the election, assuming...

Shake Up Broad Street

SGA Argues to Bring Non-Traditional Greek Life to Campus

Lucy Feidelson, Assistant News Editor October 4, 2019

According to Student Body Co-Presidents Kate Bundy and Chris Johns, they have made it their priority to engage in a conversation regarding the expansion of Greek Life on Colgate’s campus. Part of their...

Sydney Henderson Votes on Constitution

SGA Votes on New Constitution

Kirby Goodman, News Editor October 4, 2019

The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate voted on a new constitution at their weekly meeting Tuesday, September 17. The reformed constitution includes a new system of electing first-year senators,...

Follow-Up on SGA

SGA Combined Executive Leadership Looks Forward

Isabelle Sapountzis, Maroon-News Staff September 12, 2019

Despite controversy surrounding the Student Government Association (SGA) Presidential Election last Spring, co-presidents and Kate Bundy and Christian Johns ’20 and co-vice presidents Ayah Elarabi and...

SGA Elections End in Controversy

SGA Elections End in Controversy

Mara Stein, Editor-in-Chief April 17, 2019

Editor's Note: After this article went to print, the SGA announced on Wednesday, April 17 that it passed a resolution supporting a unified governing body including both tickets of the 2019 SGA Presidential/Vice...

Ayah Elarabi and Kate Bundy

Campus Votes for Future SGA President and Vice President

Celine Turkyilmaz, Head News Editor April 4, 2019

Voting for the Student Government Association (SGA) President and Vice President for next academic year commenced on Monday, April 1. All Colgate students, including seniors, received an email with a...

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