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River Hawks After Dark lights up Campus Recreation Center

River Hawks After Dark lights up Campus Recreation Center

Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Shane Foley Connector Editor The Student Government Association and ACE helped Greek Life end Welcome Back day strongly. The Riverhawks After Dark event, held in the Campus Recreation Center, featured many different luxuries that are not excluding an enlarged bouncy house. “This event met our expectations,” said Malinda Reed, SGA

SGA election recap: Robinson takes trustee

The Student Government Association senate elections took place April 14 and 15. Below is a recap of the results. In the only contested race, Amanda Robinson was elected student trustee decisively, garnering 61 percent of the 1,175 total votes over opponent MacKenzie Mahoney. Robinson, the former president of the student government,earned 718 votes to Mahoney’s

2015 SGA debate live feed

Follow this post for all the latest news and updates from the 2015 Student Government Association and student trustee debate. The debate is set to begin today at 4:30 p.m. EDT. 4:34 p.m.: Dr. Francis Talty introduces the candidates and opens the debate. 4:36 p.m.: President and vice president candidates James Christopher and Jesse Kruszka

SGA update: parking, printers, books and fountains

Tyler Cote Connector Staff Senators of their respected colleges met at University Crossing, as they do every week, to discuss matters on campus. With deliberation and formal discussion by everyone involved, some important topics were brought to the table. A hot issue this year has been the bookstore and its overwhelming prices that tower over

SGA hosts Chancellor’s Forum with city manager

At University Crossing, students present ideas for Lowell’s future Samuel Linstead-Atkinson Connector Staff As the campuses and student population of UMass Lowell continue to grow, many are turning to a current initiative that will tailor the city in order to better suit the university. Along with the Student Government Association and Chancellor Marty Meehan, city

SGA elects two senators

Malinda Reed Connector Contributor On Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 4 p.m., Student Government Association senator elections ended and the fight for senator of each candidate’s college came to a close. Out of five senator races, two were contested. Those two races were for the senatorial positions for the College of Engineering as well as the

SGA President comments on “Share Fresh Air”

Michael Caizzi Connector Staff UMass Lowell’s recent campus-wide ban on smoking has created a great deal of controversy among students. The initiative for the ban began last fall and successfully went into effect this semester, leaving both smokers and non-smokers in confusion about its execution and enforcement. Student Government Association (SGA) president Amanda Robinson emphasized

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