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In low-turnout election, students vote to reduce size of senate, re-brand senators ‘representatives’

By SOPHIA MCDERMOTT-HUGHES

March 5, 2020

Students voted on Feb. 26 in favor of eliminating the position of commons senator, reducing the Student Government Association senate from 17 to 12 members. Only 10 percent of the student body voted in the referendum, which also changed SGA members’ titles from “senator” to “representative.”

Gratch Elected SGA President

SGA Elections Results

By Christian Jambora

May 6, 2015

Following a voting period that saw the highest level of voter participation in recent years, Ilana Gratch ’16.5 was elected President of the Student Government Association (SGA) for the 2015-16 academic year. “I look forward to an SGA that engages in meaningful conversation that translates to tan...

SGA Candidates Debate

Candidates for SGA President (from left) Josh Berlowitz, Ilana Gratch, Caroline Walters and Stuart Warren square off in an April 27 debate in Crossroads Cafe. (Rachel Frank/The Middlebury Campus)

By Ellie Reinhardt

April 29, 2015

Recording of the Student Co-Chair of Community Council debate Recording of the SGA Presidential Candidate debate Students crowded into Crossroads Café on Monday night to hear from the three candidates running for Student Co-Chair to the Community Council (SCOCC) and the four candidates running for Student Government Association (SGA...

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