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Student Government Association (SGA) President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) vetoed the government’s administrative budget, which was passed by the previous legislature and signed by former SGA President Gurbani Singh (18B), leading to questions over the constitutionality of Ma’s move. The ...

The 52nd legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened on Monday and rejected a bill that would fund puppies for the annual Goizueta Week. SGA President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) appointed two students to fill vacant SGA representative positions. ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) passed bills on Monday night that amend the Code of Elections by allowing a “No Confidence” option in contested races and clarifying registration requirements for candidates. A bill that calls for ...

The 51st legislature of Student Government Association (SGA) voted to table the Elections Code bill for the second consecutive week after another round of debate. SGA also confirmed Cameron Alexander (20C) as the secretary and clerk on the executive board, ...

The 51st legislature of Student Government Association (SGA) overruled College Council’s (CC) decision to deny the Southern Poverty Law Center at Emory (SPLC) a Non-Recommended for Funding (NRF) charter Monday evening. The CC decision was overruled with eight legislators voting ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened Monday to confirm a new vice president of communication and vote on bills that would establish a new Communications Committee and fund the Refugee Revive and TableTalk’s “Dinner Syries” and ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened Monday night to vote on a bill that would establish the Student Concerns Committee and to discuss the results of a survey that assessed the experience of Oxford continuees’ transition ...

Alice Bodge (21C) and Austin Graham (21C) were elected Student Government Association (SGA) freshman representatives Thursday night, according to Elections Board Chair Betty Zhang (20C). Bodge clinched 44.94 percent or 240 votes, and Graham received 31.84 percent or 170 votes. ...