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To the Editor: My name is Matthew Hubbard, and I am a candidate for Senior Class President. I recognize that statements have been issued publicly against me in regards to a misappropriation of student fees to fund my own campaign. While I have nothing acrimonious to say against either of my opponents, I wish to […]
By Kassondra Granata CCSU’s Vance Hall and eight Finance Committee recommendations were discussed at last week’s lengthy SGA meeting. Dr. Laura Tordenti, the vice president of Student Affairs and Dr. Richard Bachoo, the chief administrative officer, spoke during the student affairs report about the recent decision to put the Vance renovations on hold. “We just […]
Brian Choplick By Kassondra Granata “When I take on a task, I don’t just try to fulfill responsibilities. I try to improve upon them and find new ways that we can affect people,” says Brian Choplick, a candidate for next year’s President of the Student Government Association. Choplick, a resident senator, tranfserred over to […]
To Those Who Are Responsible for Kaiser Bubble Vandalism: There were plenty of members of our CCSU community partaking in mischief on Halloween night. For the most part, it is all in good fun and no one gets hurt. However, Thursday morning’s heinous act of vandalism crossed the line in the sand. Destroying the Kaiser […]
Student Government Association President Eric Bergenn said he hopes that senators will take on bigger roles this year after four senators stepped down last semester.
Senators may have varying opinions on whether or not the SGA meetings are being conducted properly, but, according to SGA President Eric Bergenn, they are still getting things done.
He disagreed with the university’s decisions this week in regards to cancellations and facilities updates.
As soon as President Eric Bergenn spoke about the Executive Board (E-board) minutes from last Monday, things went awry at the SGA meeting this past Wednesday.
SGA welcomed their 12 new senators at their last meeting, but their arrival was overshadowed by discussion over club funding and to clarify their debates.
Eleven student voting members on the Faculty Senate seems like something that wouldn’t work, but that’s exactly what was suggested to the members of CCSU’s faculty.