community service

SGA chooses new leaders for Fall

By Bo Culkeen |

At the April 6 meeting, Student Government Association decided the committee leaders of next semester.

First Chair Leadership Team elections were held and all members were eligible for a position. There are five different SGA committee chairs that students could run for.

Career services, professor hold womens rights discussion

By Erica England |

To close out Women’s History Month, Flagler College Career Services, along with Assistant Professor Dr. Casey Welch, and Academic Affairs presented a two hour long screening and discussion on film clips that focused on the struggles women face as they fight for equal rights.

The Portrayals of Women in Film screening and discussion was even more prevalent due to the fact that March marked the 90th anniversary of the signing of the 19th Amendment, which gave women in the United States the right to vote.

SGA holds ‘Dodge for Dogs and Kitties’

By Erica Andrew |

This year, the Student Government Association is holding “Dodge for Dogs and Kitties” which will help efforts to finding animals a good home. This event will not only raise money and awareness, but students will be having fun playing dodgeball and supporting a good cause.

“Our goal is to raise awareness to help give to a worthy cause, plus its fun, were working hard to brings students together,” said Stephanie Hyland, SGA first chair of community service.

SGA: Student Life proposes change

By Kelly Gibbs |

Student Life Committee proposed some big changes around campus at the March 9 Student Government Association meeting.

Committee leader Kyle Jennette proposed an online add/drop form, more efficient registration and a relaxed inter-dorm visitation policy, among other things.

SGA attendance policy to present to Faculty Senate

By Lindsay Imwold |

On Tuesday, Feb. 23, the Student Government Association meeting focused on a new club grant, a few general announcements and some club updates. SGA President David Matulewicz reaffirmed his best wishes for tomorrow’s presentation of the Attendance Policy proposal to the Faculty Senate.

Short SGA meeting had a lot to say

All clubs approved by Council except for Kiteboarding
By Lauren Belcher |

David Matulewicz, Student Government Association President, held a less than 15-minute SGA meeting this Tuesday, Oct. 20.

The agenda read: Committee reports, Board reports and general announcements.

During the President’s report, Matulewicz announced, “all the clubs that we approved through the Student Government have been approved by the President’s Advisory Council, so they are now officially clubs, with the exception of the Kiteboarding Club.”