SGA executive GPA requirement passes

By Kelly Gibbs |

The amendment to the Flagler constitution stating Student Government Association executives must have above a 2.5 GPA passed on Tuesday, March 23. A clause was added to the amendment that renders it effective starting with next year’s SGA elections.

Jim Stiller, head of academics committee, announced that the faculty senate ended up turning down SGA’s new attendance policy proposal.

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.

SGA approves attendance policy changes

Also approves club grants, Adventure Club
By Lindsay Imwold |

On Tuesday, the Student Government Association meeting focused on the attendance policy. SGA president David Matulewicz declared that the current attendance policy proposal will be sent to the Faculty Senate Feb. 24.

SGA approves Photography Club, defers Adventure Club

By Lauren Belcher |

Student Government Association will soon allow students to weigh in on how SGA should spend its money.

SGA President David Matulewicz announced this during his executive report at Tuesday night’s SGA meeting. He said a mass e-mail will be sent to students with the current balance of each committee’s budget. SGA is asking students to send in thoughts on how it should spend committee money.

Administration debates smoking restrictions on campus

By Lauren Belcher |

Dean of Student Services Daniel Stewart made a special appearance at Student Government Association’s first meeting of the new semester to discuss plans for revising smoking restrictions on campus.

He and several other administrators, including Flagler College President William T. Abare, Jr., have discussed the smoking problem on campus and came up with a three-part amendment to the current policy.