Student Government Prepares for New Semester

By Casey Niebuhr | The Flagler College Student Government Association (SGA) discussed ways to connect with student during its first open meeting of the semester on Tuesday. Students at the meeting were greeted by SGA public relations chair and vice-chair Alana Caballero Rivera and Jasmine…

SGA President reinstated after arrest

By Alexa Epitropoulos | Student Government Association President David Arreola has been reinstated after a two-week investigation conducted by Student Services into his December arrest. Arreola, who was suspended indefinitely on Jan. 14, resumed his role as president in February. The investigation began once…

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.

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 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: 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.