SGA election results

By on March 31, 2010

Student Body President: Louis Venturelli

Vice President of Finance: Elizabeth Clark

Vice President of Programming: Vin Bond

Vice President of Student Concerns: Nick Rossetti

Vice President of Public Relations: Matt Hudak


(polls)

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Class of 2011 President: Dan Dempsey

Class of 2011 Vice President: Marissa Kemeno

Class of 2011 Representatives:
Derek Stanley
Ashley Rose-Sherman
Allison Skidmore
Ben Wald
Gina Sciame
Glenn Taylor

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Class of 2012 President: Jameson Cherilus

Class of 2012 Vice President: Jamie Kloss

Class of 2012 Representatives:
Tom Galo
Andrew McDermott
Katie Lovett
Emily Sarnoff
Dan Scott
Esther Pew

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Class of 2013 President: Ben Cloutier

Class of 2013 Vice President: Diane Ferrer

Class of 2013 Representatives:
Ryan Scanlon
Erik Cote
Heidi Hitchen
Saba Shahid
Andrea Rogers
John Massa
Nikki Hurst
Camilla Gomes

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  1. QU Student

    March 31, 2010 at 10:12 pm

    One SigEp, two SigEp, three SigEp, four…

    • One-party Rule

      April 1, 2010 at 9:20 am

      Yup… SGA – SigEp Government Association. Will the exec board meet during the SigEp chapter meetings? Can we just skip next year’s election and wait for SigEp to come out of their conclave and let us know who the next pres will be?

      So yeah, tell me when there is an SGA that actually represents the student body as a whole.

  2. slobcat

    April 1, 2010 at 12:28 am

    Hudak will do a good job, and having two incumbents to temper the reformist mindset of Rossetti should make for a smart, progressive exec board.

    Bond, who hadn’t had much of a chance to speak out to the campus before now, ran a clean campaign with a good platform. Adding an athletic chair should help reach out to a broader demographic in terms of programming. He should absolutely entrust a lot of power in Scooter Skidmore, though, she has dedication out the ears.

    • thinker

      April 1, 2010 at 2:47 pm

      I hope you all realize that while Bond may have intentions to create an athletic chair, he first needs the support of his executive board (aka the one for next year) to change SPB’s bylaws and then the changes must be presented to SGA for approval. He can’t just create it.

      And are you saying that he ran a clean campaign because other people didn’t?

  3. thad drougba

    April 1, 2010 at 11:00 am

    OHHHHHHHKAYYYYYYYYYYYY….PISTACHIO

  4. SGA Supporter

    April 1, 2010 at 11:38 am

    you’re forgetting…betsy is a Theta<3

  5. peace,love,elections

    April 1, 2010 at 6:54 pm

    thinker brings up a good point…there are very few real changes that bond can make within SPB without the approval of SGA, which is unfortunate because SGA knows so little about how SPB functions.

    SPB is vastly limited in what they can do…the organization must have any and all changes to their by-laws approved by SGA, and do not have the ability to vote internally on their own president. for the largest programming body on the campus, they have very little power in controlling how their organization is being run. some SPB members even received backlash this year for campaigning for the candidates, even though it was virtually their only means influencing who would lead their organization next year.

    as for the greek life discussion, there is no question that greek life will continue to dominate SGA. while i don’t think that SGA members use their positions to benefit their chapters, it is a shame that other dedicated members of student government (and the student body, for that matter) may be denied the opportunity to hold a desired position because they don’t have the support that a greek candidate does during election season.

    • Unhappy voter

      April 1, 2010 at 10:51 pm

      Yes but it is kind of one sided when on election day you cant walk into the cafe without being bombarded to vote for a sig ep by a sig ep with a laptop in your face.

      • QU Student

        April 2, 2010 at 9:16 am

        If someone handed you a laptop and told you to vote, then that is illegal and should be reported.

  6. bobcat

    April 2, 2010 at 12:30 am

    The fact that SGA is now almost an entire executive board made up of SigEps is quite annoying. I am aware Betsy is a theta, but still they may say they are remaining un-biased,but when you have 4 SigEps representing what is supposed to be the entire school-things are going to happen.

    • non-greek

      April 2, 2010 at 9:31 pm

      yea I have a feeling SigEpGA is gonna be just another committee of ΣΦΕ on which they can congratulate each other

  7. Non Greek

    April 2, 2010 at 8:44 pm

    The reason that a majority of SGA is Greek has more to do with the fact that the type of person who is most likely to join a fraternity/sorority is the type of person who will run for SGA. Greek life at this school allows students to develop the leadership skills that enable them to be effective SGA members. You can say that SGA does not represent the campus as a whole, but that would be the fault of all the students who do not run for SGA. If you have a problem with who is in SGA and what they do, then you should run next year and do something about it.

    • loud

      April 2, 2010 at 9:37 pm

      Thank you! I am glad someone agrees! I am completely on your side Non Greek. If you do not like how the elections turned out, do something and run. I happen to know majority of the people on SGA very well and I know that they will perform to their full ability. They care about this school and the student body and they want to make a difference!