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Notes from the SGA: Feb. 20, 2013

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Hello, Hornets!

We hope you are having a fabulous semester so far! The SGA has recently received some attention due to a case that involves a member of our executive council. While this is a sensitive matter, it is extremely important to all seven members of the executive council to remain as transparent and open with you as possible, just as we promised to do at the beginning of the year. This goal for transparency and student awareness is heavily planted in our strategic planning, and we intend to honor it even during times of disagreement or conflict.

By now, we are hoping everyone took the time to read the email sent from President Nigel Huckle explaining this situation. This issue is controversial, and there are many opinions going around, but the power is ultimately in your hands. Talk to your SGA delegate, contact a member of the executive council with any questions you have and really think about your decision on the matter. The student body has so much power here at S.U., and this isn’t going to be the only “big” decision you will have to make this year — the SGA is planning to bring more and more ideas to you for your thoughts and opinions, and ultimately, your decisions on those matter.

We want to make something clear: we hear you, Hornets. Loud and clear. We just want to reinforce that your opinions matter and are what help us make the decisions to come. We want you to know that we, as the SGA, are here to serve you and satisfy your wants and needs during your time on campus. We want you to be engaged in what is happening at your school and involved in the changes to make our school an even better place than it already is. If you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to contact a member of the executive council, your organization’s SGA delegate or any member of the House of Delegates.

–Aysha Malik
SGA Press Secretary

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