Statement from SGA EVP Spencer Demink

Here is a statement from SGA Executive Vice President Spencer Demink on the Book Burning Incident in Statesboro.   “What happened last Wednesday in Statesboro would by some, only be described as students exercising their first amendment rights. Although this is true, I would better describe it as racist behavior and should be treated as […]

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Questions Without Proper Answers

SGA Holds Open Forum on Book Burning Incident Jason Chapman, Staff Writer “You’re going to hear university administration say they were bound to certain policies and laws that prevent them from taking action among students that burned a Cuban-American woman’s literature for calling students privileged for being white, part of the irony that after these […]

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SGA Inducts New Members

 Jason Chapman, Staff Writer The SGA inducted six new senators on Sept.16. As the newly appointed senators took their seats, veteran senators looked on in approval.  Executive Vice President (EVP) Spencer DeMink lead them to the center of the room. The senators raised their right hands, and repeated the oath that DeMink read out to […]

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SGA TALKS PARKING SERVICES

Jason Chapman, Staff Writer SGA held a Parking Services Town Hall as part of their meeting on Sept. 9.  Several concerns regarding parking at the Armstrong Campus were brought up. Including the problem of having more faculty parking than needed on Burnett Blvd.  “It’s just that there’s an overwhelming number of empty spaces there that’s […]

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