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NEWS BRIEF: SGA fills remaining positions

Briana Ryan

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The Student Government Association (SGA) has filled the remaining positions for the 2018-2019 academic year after an online election on Friday, Sept. 7.

The results are as follows:

Collaboration Commissioner: Matt Catanzaro

Student Life Representative: Christian Scotti

Class of 2022 Representative: Jarod Engle

Residence Life Representative: Wesley Yancey

Veteran Affairs Representative: Residence J. Nebraski

Besides candidates running for Residence Life Representative and Class of 2022 Representative, all other candidates ran unopposed. SGA will hold their next meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 9 p.m. in room 331 of the Learning Commons.

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