In the upcoming semester, Fall 2013, the College will instate a new policy: open housing. This new policy states that members of different sexes or identified genders can live in the same room. This differs from the current policy, which allows different-gendered individuals to live in the same suite, apartment, Read More
By Kathryn Kullberg, (’03, B.A. in English) As an alumna of St. Mary’s, I was excited to learn that the SGA supported a resolution to implement Meatless Mondays. Why is Meatless Mondays so important? Since graduating from St. Mary’s, I’ve devoted my career to working for animals, helping creatures big Read More
By now many of you will have heard about the events that took place over the past week in the SGA, which culminated in my forced (albeit temporary) resignation from the position of Club Coordinator. It is not my intention or purpose to reconstruct in this article the timeline leading Read More
We would like to announce our formal intention to run for the office of Student Government Association President and Vice President. We have both served in the SGA Senate with distinction, which has been recognized by the endorsements we have received from former SGA Presidents Justin Perry and Marlena Weiss Read More
When most people think of government, they think of boring buildings, stuffy suits, and a lack of true representation. However, we are here to change your mind. In this platform, we, Shelby Perkins and Thor Petersen, would like to formally announce our candidacy for Student Government President and Vice President. Read More
Welcome Back Weekend drew crowds of students to the three events organized by the Student Government Association (SGA) programs board. The events ran Jan. 20-22, and included the 2011 comedy-drama film “50/50” in Cole Cinema, Hypnotist Tom Deluca, and the return of the band Pearl and the Beard to the Read More
Due to problems of information, technology, and weather, the Student Government Association (SGA) elections were delayed till Sept. 30 and were held till Oct. 3.