SGA cancels meeting, cites events for reason

By Lauren Belcher |

Student Government Association cancelled its meeting tonight.

In an e-mail, SGA President David Matulewicz recognized there were several events occurring. He didn’t want SGA members to have to choose between them.

These events include: men’s soccer game, etiquette dinner and the scholarship dinner.

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.”

SGA approves 2 more clubs

By Lauren Belcher |

The Student Government Association approved both a Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Club as well as a Flagler College Greenpeace Student Network at its third official meeting on Sept. 29.

It has been about a year since co-presidents Ben Cannady and John Miller decided a Lacrosse Club was needed at Flagler College.

SGA fills 3 spots, approves 2 clubs

By Lauren Belcher |

In a nearly two-hour meeting on Tuesday, SGA elected the first chair of the Green Committee and introduced the second chair of Publicity and Parliamentarian. SGA also approved two new clubs.

Chuck Riffenburg won the election for first chair of the Green Committee. He ran against sophomore Kyle Jennette. Riffenburg also serves as the CitySprout Coordinator for Flagler College.

SGA looks for officer position candidates

By Lauren Belcher |

Student Government Association President David Matulewicz announced three open chairs on his leadership team.

The positions – first chair for Green Committee, second chair for Publicity and Parliamentarian – are all positions of officer standing.

Student spawns green activism on campus

By Cal Colgan |
Photo by Paige Denkin
Flagler junior Victoria Priester plans to fight for environmental justice by starting a Greenpeace chapter at the College.

“I’m incredibly passionate about the environment and conservation, and I feel that there’s not enough activism on campus,” said Priester, 21.

Flagler club scene gets windy

Kiteboarding club is in the works at Flagler, awaiting SGA nod

By Gian Louis Thompson |
Photo contributed by Katie Davis

The Flagler College club program looks to expand with the addition of a new kiteboarding club.

Led by Flagler freshman Chaz Lawrence, the new club expects to bring kiteboarding to Flagler students.

SGA’s new chief wants change

Matulewicz plans to give student government a make-over

By Cal Colgan |

While some of us have been dreading the start of classes, David Matulewicz seems excited for this year.
Perhaps that is because he can finally put his plans into action.