The Student Government Association held its weekly general meeting on Tuesday, September 27th, at the Top of Hillwood Commons. During the meeting, new concerns and important announcements were presented.
This year’s SGA Executive Board includes President Jared Ciborowski, Vice President Gina Oseguedo, Executive Officer Kristy Niemeyer, Treasurer Deborah Khalou, Secretary Ariel Carner and Parliamentarian Quani Gore. The chairperson and members of the each committee were also present, including the academic, food, diversity, and campus quality and security committees. A representative for each student club was there as well.
Several announcements were given during the meeting, including activities that will take place in the following dates. Freddie Schwartz will hold her third general meeting of the Black Cat Book Club on Thursday, during common hour in the Hillwood Commons study lounge. All clubs are required to attend the Leadership Development Series Workshops. The second program is the Career Planning Workshop, which will be held on Thursday, October 13th, in the Pioneer Room, in Hillwood Commons at 7 p.m. All students in attendance during the series of workshops will have a chance to win in a raffle, and light refreshments will be served.
A blood drive will take place on October 25th through 26th in Hillwood Commons. There will be an Alcohol Awareness Program on October 12th, at 8 p.m., also scheduled to take place in Hillwood Commons. The Association for Campus Programming (ACP) will be partaking in a Breast Cancer Walk at Jones Beach on Sunday, October 16th. For those interested, the sign-up sheets are located at the front desk of Hillwood Commons, or you may contact ACP at email@example.com. The 60 Second Showdown and Midnight Madness program is now to be held on October 14th, from 8 p.m. until midnight. The event will include refreshments and nice prizes, and raffle tickets are going for two dollars.
The SGA general meetings are held every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Top of Hillwood Commons. These meetings inform the student body at the happenings at C.W. Post and keep clubs informed and running. The meetings are a great way to announce new proposals and ideas to the Executive Board, and it is also a great a venue for students to express their concerns.