EUSGA: Green steps down from presidency, vice president spot now vacant

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Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 at 6:13 PM

Monday’s Edinboro University Student Government Association (EUSGA) meeting was led by new president, Craig Rodgers III. Ja’Cobi Green stepped down from the president position for personal reasons last week, with Rodgers moving up from the vice president of student interest spot. The position of vice president is now available and you can apply for it on BoroSync; interviews begin Tuesday, Feb. 6.

Additional announcements included the induction of a new congress member, Louis Murphy, and the loss of the director of operations (a salaried position) due to “lost trust,” according to Rodgers. Director of Finance Matthew Russell called the loss of the employee (who remained unnamed) “a setback in financial knowledge,” but Rodgers assured the assembly that “we have adjusted well.” 

Rodgers also announced that SGA meetings will now take place in Pogue Room 143, instead of Multipurpose Room B. 

The SGA members in attendance discussed the schedules of upcoming committees to wrap up the meeting. Before adjourning, Russell encouraged the congress to bring recruits to the next meeting, dubbing SGA the “most important organization on this campus” and stressing that SGA desperately needs more members. 

To join SGA, or to apply for open positions, email Craig Rodgers at president@edinboro.sga.com, or attend a meeting any Monday at 6 p.m.

Zeila Hobson can be reached at eupnews.spectator@gmail.com.

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