SGA creates executive position

By: Jacob Gross SGA recap: Higher Education Day   By: Jacob Gross   For their first meeting since the holiday break, the SGA senate held a workshop with the Higher Education Partnership, a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating…

SGA hosts card and sock drive

by Cady Inabinett, News editor  SGA hosted a holiday card and sock drive event benefitting Columbiana Health and Rehabilitation, a nursing care home in Columbiana, on Dec. 1.  At the event, students were provided supplies, such as paper and markers, to make…

SGA swear in new members

By: Jacob Gross  Both of the past SGA meetings were short, featuring mostly announcements and discussions around WOW weekends.   Who’s Who applications are now closed. Jacob Heath, vice president of SGA, said that the blood drive with LifeSouth…

Two New SGA Senators Sworn In

By: Jacob Gross   The past two SGA meetings were relatively quiet, and featured two new senators being sworn in, senator committee reports and discussions centered around problems with student workers. A few resolutions were in the process of being…

New SGA organizations

By Wesley Walter Montevallo’s Student Government Association has officially resumed meetings as of Sept. 9. Among the newer and lesser-known elements of the organization are the SGA’s Supreme Court and General Assembly.  The Supreme Court of SGA works in a very similar…

SGA Recap

SGA recap

Graphic by Bell Jackson The Sept. 30 SGA Senate meeting started off at 4:32 p.m. with executive announcements.   SGA President, Thomas Dillard and Student Trustee Annakate Andrasko reported to the Senate on the results of…

SGA appoints new Freshman Senators

From left to right: London Davis, Kaleigh Gable and Abigail Heuton. With COVID-19 making the fall semester unpredictable and scattered, many freshmen are looking for ways to get involved on campus. Many turned to SGA…