Tag: Student Government

Incoming Administration Manages Unprecedented Challenges, Selects Executive Board

“Every student is doing an amazing job adjusting, and we understand how difficult the transition has been. However, Kevin and I are forward thinkers and are thrilled to be back in the Fall! Even though we will not be in our office in the Student Center, our email ‘doors’ are always open, so please do not hesitate to contact us! Be well, and go hawks!” - President-Elect Rit Flandreau

Flandreau and Chrisom Victorious in Student Body Elections as Hughes-Ethier Administration Comes to a Close

Upon winning the election Flandreau told the Hilltopper, “We are here for the students. We have some big shoes to fill, but we are very confident that we can maintain and keep going with this organization. It was a long two weeks, but completely worth it.” Chrisom added, “We’d also like to thank both the Francis and Gagliardi campaigns for running a clean and competitive race, and wish them all the best going forward.”

Special Election 2022: Tyler Cullen, Candidate for Senator

Tyler Cullen is an idealistic and motivated candidate to represent the Class of 2022 in the Student Senate. Calling for accountability and transparency within SGA, as well as an increase in volunteerism and civic engagement, Tyler is confident that the upcoming term can “be the best year yet for our class”

Special Election 2022: Kevin Chrisom, Candidate For Vice President

Kevin hopes to be an engaging representative of his class and said that “I take voters and constituents comments to heart [...] they should be comfortable knowing they have a VP who will listen to them and fight for them”.

Meet The Candidates: Ben Mickens ’23, Senate

Focused on financial responsibility and transparency, Ben Mickens is one of two candidates to represent the Class of 2023 in the Student Senate.

Meet The Candidates: Eric O’Connor ’23, Senate

Eric O’Connor, a resident of Providence, Rhode Island is one of two hopeful candidates to represent the Class of 2023 in the Student Senate.

Communication, Participation Become Key Issues In Freshman Elections

As the week-long campaigns for the positions of Secretary, Senator, Vice President, and President begin, all eyes will be on the candidates. Now, the question becomes this: who will win the election, and will they prove to be the leader their class needs?