SGA kicks off spring semester

SGA news update


SGA members pose at their holiday party. Photo provided by SGA.

Shayla Taylor, Reporter and Business Manager

Since the end of this past fall semester, Lake Land College’s Student Government Association (SGA) has hosted a holiday party and held a couple of meetings. The holiday party was the group’s first “bonding activity.” Those who attended worked together to build gingerbread houses, played “Mafia” and had a potluck dinner. After stating that she was dissatisfied with the amount of members who went to the party, SGA president Skye Schumaker declared that the next “bonding activity” will be mandatory. However, she also said that meeting absences will not be tracked at this time due to the COVID-19 surge. 

The group has finally ordered SGA quarter-zip shirts after discussing the matter all of the past semester. 

SGA vice president Chase Temmen appointed three members to the group’s service committee when no members joined it voluntarily. The committee, headed by SGA secretary Douglas Wilson, now claims Hunter Daughtery, Marylee Orman and Tess Patton as members. 

Looking to the future, the group is preparing for the officer elections for the coming school year. The elections will be held in March 2022. While the inter-club council spring luncheon is likely to still be held, it has been pushed to April 2022, as it has historically been held in March.

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