The Student Judicial Board decided Monday afternoon that Andrew Whyte, former presidential candidate and runner up in the election, will be the next Student Government Association president, leaving Ashley Epperson as executive vice president.
Earlier today, the Pi Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated released a statement regarding the altercation between fellow fraternity brothers Christian Hill and Darrell Bazemore that led to the disqualification of Hill from […]
Former presidential candidate appeal still undecidedChristian Hill’s disqualification from the position of Student Government Association president-elect and removal from the position of SGA vice president of student services was due to a March 15 altercation […]
After Christian Hill’s disqualification from the position of SGA President-elect, his former opponents, George Avery and Andrew Whyte have come out with their own statements regarding the incident. In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, Avery […]
Newly elected Student Government executive members ask to respect disqualified candidate Christian Hill’s privacyThe Student Government Association Executive Board-elect, released a statement regarding the disqualification of former SGA presidential candidate Christian Hill. Ashley Epperson, Hill’s […]
(UPDATE: It appears the ticket of Christian Hill and Ashley Epperson won the vote, according to the university’s website, but Hill has been disqualified, leaving Epperson to assume the presidency. More on this story as it […]
Few candidates appeared to have specific strategies to achieve their goals last Thursday night at the first of two Student Government Association election debates. While the executive board candidates had specific goals, such as transparency, […]