Communications Department Causes Film Club To Run Afoul SGA

February 3rd, 2016
1 week ago

by Nathan Cheatham Few students know what is required to lead a student club at Central Connecticut. In order to use funds, club leaders fill out large amounts of paperwork and gain approval to satisfy state requirements to spend student money. Sometimes an inexperienced club leader can slip through the cracks and cause inadvertent hardship for their club. This seems to […]

Potential Lawsuit Against SGA Prompts Vote Over First Amendment

December 10th, 2015
2 months ago

by Christopher Marinelli After much political controversy regarding concerns of hate speech within the Student Government Association (SGA), The SGA approved a $541 allocation for the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) in order to bring in Bruce Fein in a 20-9 vote. Members of SGA had concerned of bringing in Fein due to his involvement with the […]


SGA Begins Referendum Process

November 19th, 2015
3 months ago

by Nathan Cheatham It’s time to vote! Central Connecticut’s Student Government Association (SGA) will be opening the polls Wednesday for the Student Veterans Association (SVO) referendum, said Caroline Fox, SGA president. The polls will be open Wednesday, Nov. 18th until 5 p.m., Monday, Nov. 23rd, anytime online through CollegiateLink and at a lobby table in the Student Center during […]

Police and SGA Join Forces to Feed the Hungry

November 19th, 2015
3 months ago

by Lauren Lustgarten The Central Connecticut Police Department partnered with CCSU Student Government Association (SGA) for a food drive that has been taking place in the police department from Oct. 15th, and just ended this Monday. “Here at the police department, we are really grateful that SGA called us up and wanted to partner with us […]

SGA BulletPoints

November 19th, 2015
3 months ago

Passed 28-0 motion to allocate$793.91 to Technology and Engineering Education College Association for supplies for their GoBabyGo event  Passed 28-0 motion to allocate $350 for the SGA Holiday Devil’s Den on December 31st  Passed 24-3-3 motion to allocate the Lunar Exploration club $1741.11 with $85.02 going towards hotels, $500 going towards gas for state vehicles, […]

SGA Fall 2015 Election Results Are In

October 8th, 2015
4 months ago

At-Large Senator  Zoe Grant 177 Tiara Russell 147 Gabriel Benet 122 Commuter Senator  Samuel Lounsbury 85 votes Gabriella Bierwirth 83 votes Jalal Butt 77 votes Sedina Begic 74 votes Resident Senator Tania Correa 68 votes Joseph Fortuna 58 votes Freshman Senator Dajana Sejdiraj 35 Tiffany Aguilera 35 Kassandra Fruin 31 Mohammad B. Khan 29 Senior […]

SGA Encourages Students to be Better Neighbors

September 7th, 2015
5 months ago

N.A.S. by Ruth Bruno The Student Government Association (SGA) is looking for more volunteers to join them tomorrow on their “Good Neighbor Campaign.” According to Senator Dean Ott, the event will begin in the student circle at 2 p.m., with speeches from CCSU President Jack Miller, New Britain Chief of Police James Wardwell, SGA President […]


September 7th, 2015
5 months ago

N.A.S. by Christopher Marinelli Several line item changes for clubs at Central Connecticut as well as updates concerning the construction of the new resident hall and dining hall were addressed at this past week’s Student Government Association meeting. Line item changes were successfully passed for the NAACP club in the amount of $600 for refreshments […]

SGA Proposes Budget Freeze for Inactive Clubs

January 4th, 2015
1 year ago

by Larry Clark Campus clubs are in for a significant financial change after SGA voted last week to introduce a schedule that would institute a freezing of club accounts for any clubs that are found to be inactive. “Clubs often come to me and ask why they only received a certain amount for their budget […]

SGA Plans Gen Ed Changes

September 27th, 2014
1 year ago

by Larry Clark General Education was a hot topic at the Student Government meeting last week. Senator Amber Pietrycha spoke to the senate on behalf of the committee overseeing the General Education program in an attempt to reduce the required amount of General Education credits. Senator Pietrycha said that the new program would reduce the […]

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