By Jasmine Heyward, news correspondent After a controversial Student Government Association (SGA) election season, Suchira Sharma and Paulina Ruiz won the election for Northeastern’s student body president and executive vice president (EVP), SGA announced Tuesday. With the victory, their slate, officially titled Suchira + Paulina: “Believe in More” is the […]
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Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun spoke to the Student Government Association (SGA) about leadership and community at its senate meeting Monday.
The Student Government Association (SGA) Elections Committee gave the Suchira + Paulina slate its second demerit point Thursday for libelous comments made by its campaign manager, despite both campaigns urging the committee to consider non-demerit sanctions.
I want to reiterate our support for survivors of all Title IX violations.
A vote for Suchira is a vote for a tireless advocate and a bold leader.
Northeastern has been called “America’s Greenest University,” yet we’re not seeing that on campus.
Some attentive readers of The News may have noticed a striking lack of coverage of Northeastern’s Student Government Association (SGA) throughout the current academic year, and especially now, during direct elections for student body president and executive vice president. The News does not believe the actions of the SGA have substantially impacted the Northeastern community on a week-to-week, and therefore has decided to direct its resources towards covering other topics.
I have been a member of the Student Government Association (SGA) for the past four years, and on the Executive Board for two terms in the roles of Executive Vice President (EVP) and Vice President for Student Services. Therefore, I have an understanding of how SGA currently operates as well as what it takes to successfully serve the student body. Based on my experiences both in and outside of SGA, I firmly believe that Mary Corrado and Zach Shaw are the best candidates to serve in these roles for the upcoming year.
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Candidates face grievance hearings In the first week of campaigning, a total of four grievances were filed against student body president candidates Sean Maloney and Michael Sabo. The first grievance was brought against Sabo by Maloney, who claimed the Sabo campaign placed chalk advertisements in an area restricted by […]