We are just a few weeks from the end of the semester and the weather is trying its hardest to keep us away from our final assignments! Even though everyone is in crunch time, Student Government has a few more events up our sleeves for you.
Every year Sierra Nevada College holds Bohemia Night, giving students a chance to share there unique talents. This year in addition to talented students performing, Bohemia Night started the first ever Homecoming Weekend.
An excited but nervous air filled Patterson Hall at the Student Government Association Meet the Candidates Event on March 26. The candidates for SGA President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Senate President prepared to deliver their campaign speeches.
It was like a scene from an elementary school playground. Students dodging, throwing and running from balls in a classic game of dodgeball. Except these were Sierra Nevada College students and the stakes were much higher than the average bragging rights.
In the wake of Sierra Nevada College’s Eagle’s Eye Newspaper article regarding the Student Government Association’s budget, several students were riled up about the finances surrounding events and the newly incorporated SGA conference, but few of those objectors have found an advantageous outlet for their woes. This pattern of passivity is a noted trend on campus where big talk yields little follow-through.