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SGA Elections to be Uncontested

Nick Reimann

March 30, 2016

Every student running for a Student Government Association position in Spring 2016 will be doing so unopposed. Ellie Diaz, political science junior, will become the next SGA president with her running mate Gabrielle ...

Higher voting turnout keeps elections on Orgsync

Alena Cover

March 2, 2016

The Student Government Association (SGA) elections are coming up this spring, and will be held this year through OrgSync, rather than with ballot boxes or through Blackboard, like in previous years. Amanda Minchella, English senior,...

SGA to propose new constitutional amendments

Emily Branan

February 26, 2016

The Student Government Association is considering altering the structure of their branches by proposing an amendment to disband the judicial branch. This amendment was proposed at the Senate meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 17, ...

Student SGA fee funds pep rallies, conferences and more

Jessica Molina

November 4, 2015

The SGA sponsors more than just their own events and activities, it also provides funds to other student organizations to help facilitate their various events, activities and programs. Each semester, students pay a fee of $60...

Editorial: Caught in the crossfire

Gage Counts, [email protected]

October 23, 2015

Loyola’s University Senate ­— the body composed of faculty representatives from each department, college and school at Loyola — has proposed a vote of “no-confidence” against our university president, the Rev. Kevin...

SGA is back in session

Jessica Molina

September 10, 2015

SGA is welcoming in the new school year with a chance for first-year students to get involved in SGA's newly created First-Year Council. Natalie Paul, Student Government Association vice president, will head the First-Year...

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