Representatives from the office of Alumni Affairs, Lisa McCarthy and John Castaldo, presented Homecoming updates to the Student Government general body at the meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18. Students attending the upcoming Homecoming event, which […]
As Student Government heads into election season, hopeful potential members were eager to attend SG’s general body meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 11. President Tyler Liberty welcomed interested students running for positions.
The first Student Government meeting of the fall semester kicked off with a “Welcome Back” to the general body from SG president Tyler Liberty and updates to the Brower Student Center renovation project.
Student Government president Christina Kopka presented awards to three employees at the College at the SG meeting on Wednesday, April 24. Students were given the opportunity to nominate members of the College staff, faculty and administration to receive their respective awards for the year. Erica Kalinowski, coordinator of student services for the School of Business, Daryl Fair, a political science professor, and Debra Kelly, director of the career center, were awarded the 2013 Student Government Outstanding Staff, Faculty and Administrator awards, respectively.
After a week of sidewalks chalked with campaign ads and neon paper tents atop Eickhoff tables, students voted in this year’s Student Government elections on Tuesday, April 9. The results from the election were posted that evening in the Brower Student Center outside the SG Cube. […]
“I’d like to say to the state, ‘Thanks for raising tuition to the point of making it impossible to attend a four-year university,’” the sign read. “I know that even after death, the only thing that will remain are my student loans.” […]
Student Government President Olaniyi Solebo delivered a “State of the Government” address on Wednesday, Feb. 2. During the address, Solebo issued five executive orders that outlined SG’s goals for the semester. Three of the executive […]
Last year, Gov. Chris Christie cut $130 million from state funds for higher education, according to The New York Times. After the cuts, Christie implemented a four-percent tuition cap. This year, a report issued by […]
After some dissent, the Student Government Association granted club status to the Caribbean Student Association during last week’s general body meeting. Sophomore open options major Danique Robinson is president of the 57-member organization. “The Caribbean […]
It was business as usual at last week’s Student Government Association (SGA) meeting – except, on this particular Wednesday, that business was conducted on more comfortable chairs. The SGA held their annual New Jersey State […]
The College can count two new organizations among its roster of activities after last Wednesday’s meeting of the Student Government Association (SGA) general body. The SGA sanctioned the Out-of-State Student Alliance (OOSA) and National Residence […]
This election season, several College organizations made sure there wasn’t any excuse for students not to vote, with numerous voter registration and absentee ballot drives occuring on campus.
For the Student Government Association (SGA), reaching out to potential voters has been a semester-long agenda. […]