On the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 18, Concordia students gathered in The Maize, awaiting the election results for the 2018-19 academic year Student Government Association executive team. This election was very different from previous years for SGA: for the first time since 2008, an executive team ran without opposition. AndContinue Reading

When posters bearing the words “IT’S OK TO BE WHITE” appeared on campus last Halloween, Student Government Association responded by hosting a public forum to allow members of the Concordia community to discuss their reactions. In the months since, SGA has hosted forums on topics such as “Supporting Racial Diversity,”Continue Reading

After a record vot- ing turnout, nearly dou- ble of last year’s, Rachael Schauer and Molly Aga were named Concordia’s Student Body President and Vice President. According to Grace Hoffa, the 2016 Spring Elections Marshal, Schau- er and Aga won in a land- slide 574 votes, while Jus- tin OdneyContinue Reading

Student Government Association is slipping and sliding their way into the forefront of students’ minds at Concordia. The organization hosted a Slip ‘n’ Slide on Saturday Aug. 31.  At the event, students could give their feedback regarding what they would like to see student government accomplish this year. The ideaContinue Reading

In a few weeks, members of the 2012-2013 Student Government Association will step down to make way for next year’s team. The change will occur on April 1, when Levi Bachmeier, Matt Dymoke and the rest of the 2013-2014 staff will be inaugurated during morning chapel. Meanwhile, current staff membersContinue Reading

Concordia students: We hope you had a nice and relaxing spring break and are ready to finish the 2012-2013 school year strong. As we approach the last few weeks of our term ending on April 1st, we wanted to notify you of a structural change in the executive team. MegContinue Reading

Levi Bachmeier and Matt Dymoke have won the positions of Student Government Association president and vice-president for next year. They, along with new Executive Assistant, Emma Connell, and new Chief of Staff, Austin Keller, will provide leadership to SGA during the 2013-2014 school year. They beat out competitors Ryan DescheneContinue Reading

Tuesday was the beginning of the latest cycle of student government campaigns. And this year, it seems that it’s my turn to ask, “What’s the point?” It’s not that the candidates are unqualified—resumes show that all are leaders, while many have already served in the Student Government Association (SGA). Additionally,Continue Reading