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Why don’t more women run for office at Middlebury?

The Campus asked SGA class representatives Mariana Tahiri ’22 (left) and Khasai Makhulo ’23 (right) to show off their personalities.

By ABIGAIL CHANG

April 30, 2020

Among the 13 candidates on this year’s Student Government Association (SGA) election ballot, only two were female-identifying.

John Schurer ’21 wins SGA presidential election in landslide victory

John Schurer '21, elected SGA president. COURTESY PHOTO

By ABIGAIL CHANG

April 17, 2020

The student body elected John Schurer ’21 president of the Student Government Association (SGA) for the upcoming school year. Schurer won by a landslide, receiving 1,081 votes (77.27% of the 1,399 total votes cast). He ran against Arthur Martins ’22.5 and Myles Maxie ’22, who received 183 votes (13.08...

John Schurer for SGA president 

John Schurer for SGA president 

By EDITORIAL BOARD

April 16, 2020

The editorial board is proud to endorse John Schurer ’21 for SGA president.

Let’s build an SGA that cares

By ARTHUR MARTINS

April 16, 2020

"I believe that representation demands connection," writes SGA presidential hopeful Arthur Martins '22.5

Meet the candidates

Meet the candidates

By ABIGAIL CHANG

April 15, 2020

Our SGA correspondent sits down — figuratively, of course — with this year’s president and co-chair candidates.

The Campus’s guide to this year’s SGA elections

The Campus’s guide to this year’s SGA elections

By NEWS STAFF

April 12, 2020

Here's what you need to know about this week's SGA elections.

SGA redirects unused funds to support students, staff

The SGA Senate at a March 29 Zoom meeting.

By ABIGAIL CHANG

April 9, 2020

The SGA directed $320,000 of its reserve funds to support staff wage continuity, the Student Emergency Fund, and members of the college community who are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

MiddKid Mega Project offers $100,000 in grants for students

By RACHEL LU

March 5, 2020

The Student Government Association Finance Committee is dedicating $100,000 of budget surpluses to fund student-run projects through the MiddKid Mega Project, a one-time competition to incentivize creative ideas and expedite the process of funding them.

Thoughts on the SGA’s new look

Thoughts on the SGA’s new look

By ARIADNE WILL

February 20, 2020

As the student body will soon vote on whether to keep the five SGA commons senator seats, I would like to argue in favor of these representative positions.

News flash! SGA brings free digital newspaper subscriptions back to students

News flash! SGA brings free digital newspaper subscriptions back to students

By ABIGAIL CHANG

February 20, 2020

All Middlebury students will now have access to free digital New York Times and Wall Street Journal subscriptions, the SGA announced in an email to the student body on Sunday.

Update: President Vijayakumar will not be impeached for winter term absence

Over 30 students showed up to the senate meeting in Axinn 220 on Sunday, Dec. 8 for the discussion about impeachment. The meeting was the senate's last for the fall semester.

By SARAH ASCH

December 8, 2019

Over 30 students attended Sunday's SGA meeting, at which the senate voted unanimously to approve Vijayakumar's interpretation of the constitution.

Senate to discuss impeachment of SGA President

President Vijayakumar leading a September SGA meeting.

By SARAH ASCH

December 8, 2019

While the discussion hinges on the interpretation of a flawed constitution regarding the president’s presence over winter term, many worry that the force driving the debate is personal.

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