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All posts tagged "Student Government"
Student Government Association holds executive board debates
The Student Government Association (SGA) held its executive board debates on Monday, April 2 in the Buckman Theater. Each candidate had the opportunity for a two minute opening statement followed by two to three questions, with a...
- Posted April 3, 2018
The past and the president
Election time is here for the upcoming Quinnipiac Student Government Association (SGA) and outgoing President of SGA Ryan Lynch is finishing up a whirlwind of a term in the second week of April. In this Q&A, Lynch...
- Posted April 3, 2018
SGA hears third special appeals of academic year
The Student Government Association (SGA) released its semesterly special appeals report. The report details the student-run organizations that requested money for their respective clubs through SGA and the amounts that were approved. This semester 31 organizations applied...
- Posted February 20, 2018
SGA survey data evaluates student needs
You may check your email inbox on Tuesdays and find an email from Quinnipiac’s Student Government Association (SGA). These emails are SGA’s Tuesday Two surveys that the organization sends out weekly to receive student input on various...
- Posted March 29, 2017
Passing the Gavel
After three contested elections and three years of working in the Student Government Association (SGA) at Quinnipiac, junior Jonny Atkin earned his new role as president of the student body. The Massachusetts native ran unopposed last week,...
- Posted April 14, 2015
Lahey on Hamden: ‘It’s a positive and ongoing relationship’
The university’s relationship with the town of Hamden is positive and “mutually supportive,” President John Lahey said Wednesday at the 2015 State of the QUnion. Lahey said some Hamden residents, who are frustrated with students who live...
- Posted March 4, 2015