SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

By WILL DIGRAVIO

The three candidates running to be president of the Student Government Association (SGA) for the 2018-2019 academic year debated in Crossroads Cafe on Wednesday. The candidates, from left in the below video, are Nia Robinson ’19, Charles Rainey ’19, and Rae Aaron ’19.5.

Students can vote for all SGA positions at go.middlebury.edu/vote, beginning at noon on Thursday, April 19. Polls close at noon on Friday, April 20.

The Campus’ coverage of the SGA presidential candidates’ platforms can be accessed here.

Campaign websites can be found here:

Rae Aaron: go.middlebury.edu/SGRae

Charles Rainey: go.middlebury.edu/Charles

Nia Robinson: go.middlebury.edu/Nia

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


About the Writer
WILL DIGRAVIO, Editor in Chief

Will DiGravio '19 is editor in chief.

He previously served as managing editor, news editor, SGA correspondent, and senior news reporter.

DiGravio...

Leave a Comment




Navigate Left
  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    Middlebury Moves to Divest as Part of New Energy2028 Plan

  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    Middlebury Memes Page Partners with Archives

  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    Nobel Winner Murad Sheds Light on Yazidi Genocide in Talk

  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    Thibault Lannoy ’20 Dies at 21 Years Old

  • News

    Record Number of Applicants Seek Admission to Class of 2023

  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    CFA Becomes the MAC, and Students Ask Why

  • News

    Student-Run Conference Goes Beyond #MeToo

  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    New Master Plan Envisions Future of College Libraries

  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    Student Activists Hold Fossil Free Fest Before Divestment Vote

  • SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall

    News

    Staff Cuts Loom as Workforce Planning Hits Critical Stage

Navigate Right
Middlebury College's only student-run newspaper.
SGA Presidential Candidates Debate at Town Hall