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Student Government Redesigns Hierarchy

SNHU's Student Government Association (SGA) approved a new structure during their biweekly meeting on Tuesday, February 26 at 5 p.m. However, official changes to SGA's constitution will still be voted on during the final SGA meeting on Tuesday, April 16. The SGA executive board stated that they wanted a separate vote to approve the new structure so election promotions and ballots may properly reflect
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Major Takeaways from SGA Senate Meeting

The Southern New Hampshire University’s Student Government Association (SGA) held its bi-weekly meeting February 19. They discussed many recent developments and concerns, focusing on the changes surrounding SGA itself. The most noticeable change that occurred was no-longer voting for an Executive Officer (EO) internal. The position is now determined by an external vote by the student body. Current EO Ryan Evaul ('19) stated the
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Student Government Welcomes Executive Officer Evaul

Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) Student Government Association (SGA) held their regular bi-weekly meeting in the Penmen Room Tuesday, February 5. The highlight of this meeting was the election of Ryan Evaul ('19) as Executive Officer (EO). “I really love SGA, it’s been my passion for four years. I love this organization and I am be honored to be executive officer,” said Evaul during
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Know Your Campus Crime Statistics

When attending college, it is important to know whether the campus is a safe environment. However, many students are not aware of the resources available to find out. One way to stay informed about campus safety is by looking at the annual Clery Report. Because of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, all colleges and universities that participate