On April 24 at 5:05 p.m., the Student Government Association held their final weekly meeting of the Spring 2017 semester where members said their final farewells and approved the Super Sigma Study bill that had previously failed.
SGA Vice President Gabrielle Reynolds conducted the final meeting in Fayard 107 amongst the Senate and introduced her successor Richard Davis to those present.
Reynolds addressed the touching email she sent to the members of SGA as her final report of her term as vice president.
She said, “Thank you for all you have done for SGA and thank you for all of the memories.”
There were no internal affairs reports presented to the members of the senate by Senator Seth Leto, who will be taking over the position of President.
Davis took the floor and introduced himself to those present and expressed his eagerness and excitement for the future of SGA. Davis says, “We are hoping to fill approximately 19 senate positions.” For anyone interested, you can contact Davis at email@example.com or complete a senate application on the Southeastern website.
The SP17-35 Phi Beta Sigma Super Sigma Study Session bill, which had failed at the SGA meeting on March 10, was passed unanimously amongst those in the senate. The bill was presented to the senate by Nicholas Jackson.
May 1 will be the final SGA gathering of the Spring 2017 semester. All members of SGA will meet at the president’s residency at 5 p.m. where the yearbook will take pictures and leadership awards will be given to the current members of SGA.