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Student government drafts resolution to change language requirement

Izzy Manzo — Photo Editor The Student Government Association made plans to distribute money for study abroad programs and continue advocating for changes to the world language requirement as discussed during their weekly meeting on Nov. 15. The Office of International Studies is allocated $15,000 by SGA every year, something which is decided on when the budget gets approved each

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Student Government Association swears in newly elected representatives

Tamonda Griffiths — Editor-in-Chief Following the initial president’s report, from Student Government Association President Alexi Zhitomi, SGA Vice President Brooke Mercaldi had the newly elected officials of the class of 2023 and SGA reps stand to take their oath of office. The SGA and 2023 class government elections took place from the morning of Monday, Oct. 7 to noon on

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ALEKS altered due to last year remarks

Tamonda Griffiths — Editor-in-Chief In response to different “remarks” made last academic year about the ALEKS program, several changes have been made, said the vice president of Student Government Association’s board of academic experience, Sarah Gossman. “The first big change [Math Emporium Coordinator Elizabeth Hart] made – she made workshops a requirement,” said Gossman, “so each student had to attend two workshops.”

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Student profile: Zhitomi’s time in SGA

Essence Boyd—Copy Editor For a second year in the row, Alexis Zhitomi has been elected Student Government Association president after running against representativesat-large Benson Rodrigues and Isaiah Yopp. The three candidates were given the opportunity to express to the SGA council why they each felt they were best suited for the job as SGA president for the 2019- 2020 academic

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SGA executive board voted on

Essence Boyd—Copy Editor & Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer After being reelected Student Government Association President Alexis Zhitomi, appointed the executive board that would serve beside her during the 2019-2020 academic year last week. The board is composed of six members which the elected president selects and SGA representativesat-large then vote in favor of or against. “E-board was a very difficult decision.

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