SGA Minutes Sept. 11

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New Senators were sworn in. WAC Textbook Exchange Facebook Group has been established to buy and sell textbooks. The Shoremal Tailgate is Oct. 17. Shoremal is Oct. 20. The constitution will be updated. iServe is Oct. 6 from 12-2pm. Students will be working with Heron Point. Chestertown Halloween Parade is Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. […]

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SGA Minutes: April 17

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Class officers were sworn in. Diversity committee discussed their budget and potential events for next year. WACappella withdrew their discretionary budget request. 2018-19 Senate Platform was discussed and passed. SGA President Victoria Cline thanked senators for helping with the platform and encouraged them to keep up with it. This week is budget week.

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SGA Minutes April 10

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Swore in new Secretary of Social Life, Caitlyn Creasy Swore in new Speaker of the Senate, Nick Miller Kappa Sigma fraternity raised $2,450 at their bi-annual pancake breakfast Presence needs to be updated SEB Tailgate on Friday, April 20 Puzzle Palooza in the Egg on Saturday, April 22 Bike Share survey Let’s Dance 7-9 p.m. […]

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Student, Staff Task Force to Re-Evaluate and Update Substance Use Policy on Campus

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By Madison Myers Elm Staff Writer Previous Honor Board Chair and newly elected Student Government Association President Victoria Cline, junior, is spearheading a project to create further awareness and education surrounding the alcohol and drug policies at Washington College. Through the creation of the Washington College Substance Use and Abuse Education Task Force, Cline and others hope […]

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SGA Rolls Out With Campus Drive

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By Abby Wargo  News Editor Students who have lamented the lack of transportation services like Uber and Lyft in Chestertown are finally getting some wheels. The Student Government Association has partnered with Campus Drive, a new ride-sharing app that exclusively serves college students. “The SGA has been working on improving our transportation services for a long […]

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Cline, Masterson Win SGA Election

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By Lori Wysong Elm Staff Writer   The results are in from last week’s Student Government Association elections. The 2018-19 Washington College SGA president and vice president are junior Victoria Cline and sophomore Savannah Masterson, respectively. Cline and Masterson were sworn into office at the SGA meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 27, and have begun the process […]

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Get to Know the 2018-19 SGA Candidates

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By Brooke Schultz Editor-in-Chief Being an educated voter is important—even on a collegiate level. This Thursday, Feb. 22, the polls open for Student Government Association president and vice president. Below is what you need to know about the candidates and their platforms. President Victoria Cline, junior. Cline has served on SGA in several positions, most recently […]

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SGA Budget Process Changes

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By Katy Shenk Elm Staff Writer Submitting and approving budgets is a complex process, but Washington College’s Student Government Association is working to help it run as smoothly as possible. Junior Myssa Abusin, financial controller of SGA, is in charge of overseeing the budget submission and approval for all clubs and organizations at the College. Abusin […]

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Hynson-Ringgold Offers Tricks, Treats

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor The children of Chestertown can find their share of tricks and treats at the President’s house, the Hynson-Ringgold House, on Halloween night. Alicia Boyd and Carol Landis, campus event coordinators, and Gina Ralston, director of campus events, together with the Student Government Association, have planned an evening open house […]

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SGA Bylaws Change for 2017-18

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By Cassandra Sottile Elm Staff Writer Washington College’s Student Government Association made changes to their constitution and bylaws, in a referendum on Friday, April 28. According to Parliamentarian Ashlyn Gardner, “The constitution and bylaws were amended to improve the overall coherence and clarity of the documents, with amendments primarily consisting of grammatical, usage, and technical fixes […]

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