Student Government Corner with Former Senator Johnson

Joseph Johnson, Columnist • jjjohnson16@ehc.edu Courtesy of Joseph Johnson’s Facebook Page A couple weeks ago the budget committee led by Treasurer Cameron Chase and Chairman Wesley Byrd (Sr) put forward a budget for Fall 2017. This budget was a disaster rife with the errors and disappointments that are far too common under this government. The motion… Read More Student Government Corner with Former Senator Johnson

SGA Senator Proposes Letter on DACA

Jacob Lawson, News Writer • jalawson16@ehc.edu Senator Ally Pollard introduced a resolution regard- ing DACA to the SGA on Wednesday, October 11. The contents of the resolution were addressed to Senator Mark Warner, asking for his support on DACA. According to Pollard, the intention “was to inform the campus community and allow them to participate if… Read More SGA Senator Proposes Letter on DACA

SGA Senator Emphasizes “Bi-Partisan” Platform

Claire Hogg, News Writer • cohogg16@ehc.edu Caroline Mosteller With his year as a senator off to its start, Orlando Martinez has his focus on cake, cameras, and campus change. On September 7, Emory & Henry announced this year’s Student Government Association senators and Martinez was one of three selected to represent the sophomore class. Martinez is… Read More SGA Senator Emphasizes “Bi-Partisan” Platform

Student Government Report: New SGA Members Take Their Place for the 2017-18 Academic Year

Joseph Johnson, Columnist • jjjohnson16@ehc.edu Wednesday, September 20 was the first meeting of the student senate. The senators were sworn in saying they would put aside their personal interests to better serve their constituents. The senators who were in attendance were George Jones, Neha Rai, and Mary Eliza Hendricks, represented the first-year students. Senators Orlando Martinez,… Read More Student Government Report: New SGA Members Take Their Place for the 2017-18 Academic Year

SGA Moves to Change Size and Districts

Jessica Branks, News Writer • jsbranks16@ehc.edu ehc.edu “Last year, the Senate passed Senate Bill #423 which proposed an amendment to the SGA [Student Government Association] Constitution,” read an email from the Dean of Students Kyle Cutshaw on September 19. The bill specifically proposed amendments to the number of representatives in the Senate, and how the districts… Read More SGA Moves to Change Size and Districts