Posts Tagged ‘ Joe Adgie ’

SGA contestants without challenge

Apr 17th, 2014 | By

Written by: Joe Adgie Nick Buford and Tamelia Hall are running uncontested for the vice president and comptroller (respectively) of the SGA. Buford, who is a running mate to presidential candidate Tyler Barker, hopes to “improve the student experience.” “My job is basically going to be to implement the president’s plan, but carrying that out
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Students voting up and running for SGA

Apr 17th, 2014 | By

Written by:Joe Adgie Students can vote online today and tomorrow in the SGA election. Voting started at midnight last night and will continue until 11:59 p.m. tomorrow night. Headlining the elections are presidential candidates Tyler Barker and Tamelonie Thomas, who both spoke of their platforms on Wednesday. “I believe a lot of power is in
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SGA talks privacy for emails

Apr 10th, 2014 | By

Written by: Joe Adgie If the SGA has their way, the emails you receive from the Students Distribution List will shrink dramatically. The organization passed a resolution during Monday night’s meeting that asks for changes to how the emails are handled. “We all know that there’s an issue with the Student Distribution List, and we
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New provost: “unambiguous choice”

Apr 10th, 2014 | By

Written by: Joe Adgie Dr. Hudson Rogers will be VSU’s next provost and vice president for academic affairs. Rogers will come from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, where he was dean of the Lutgert College of Business. “After a thorough and competitive national search, Dr. Rogers quickly rose to the top and was
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SGA preps for CAB week festivities

Apr 3rd, 2014 | By

Written by: Joe Adgie   Sevyn Streeter will headline SGA/CAB Week, a week that will also feature the SGA elections to determine the new executive branch and senators for the 2014-2015 school year. Streeter, whose single “It Won’t Stop” was certified gold in March, will be playing at the spring concert on April 17 at
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SGA calls for diversity

Mar 27th, 2014 | By

Written by: Joe Adgie   The SGA has a problem with the lack of diversity in VSU’s faculty and staff. They’re doing something about it, too: they unanimously passed a resolution calling for this problem to be fixed. The resolution recommends that the Office of Social Equity (OSE) “be separated and restructured” in July to
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Mr. Adgie goes to Washington: Joe and the NSA

Mar 13th, 2014 | By

Written by: Joe Adgie Chances are, your view on the National Security Agency is of a big, bad agency that listens to all of your phone calls, knows all the websites you visit, and where you are at all times, no matter where you are or how wired you are.   According to the NSA,
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Mr. Adgie Goes to Washington: Facing the fear of flight

Mar 12th, 2014 | By

Getting to Washington via plane isn’t so bad, unless you’ve got a fear of flight stronger than you thought. That was me today as I flew from Hartsfield-Jackson Airport to Reagan National Airport in Washington. I am typing this from my room at the Americana Hotel, a room I’ll stay at for one night before
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SGA votes ‘yes’ to divest

Mar 6th, 2014 | By
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Written by: Joe Adgie   SAVE’s (Students Against Violation the Environment) divestment campaign now has the support of the Student Government Association. The SGA voiced their approval at their Monday night meeting, a few months after SAVE failed to gain the SGA’s support. SAVE President Danielle Jordan attended the meeting and explained that divestment−meaning withdrawing
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SGA postpones the addition of new senators

Feb 27th, 2014 | By

Written by: Joe Adgie   For the first time in several years, a hopeful SGA senator was rejected by the legislative body−and it happened twice. This occurred during a Monday night meeting that saw two other hopefuls elected with relative ease. The two candidates voted down were Kimberly Taylor and Brianna Marshall. The SGA’s legislative
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