- Bobcat Breakdown: 03/29/17
- SPB Weekly Update: 3/27/17
- Quinnipiac men’s basketball hires new coach Baker Dunleavy; top three scorers, Dixon, Kiss and Daniels, ask to leave program
- Quinnipiac’s cinderella season ends at the hands of No. 1 seed South Carolina, 100-58
- Dave Clarke’s program inspired by the women’s basketball team’s run to the Sweet Sixteen
- Geno Auriemma shows support for Quinnipiac at his Sweet Sixteen practice
- Sweet Sixteen Preview: No. 1 seed South Carolina
- Bobcat Breakdown: 03/21/17
- Pep rally and final practice extra sweet for women’s basketball
- Sports Paws: 03/21/17
SGA Weekly Update 3/1/17
- Updated: March 1, 2017
By Anna Sackel
The following information was discussed at the general meeting of the Student Government Association on March 1, 2017.
That’s Not Okay Campaign
- Being launched on March 21st.
- The goal of the campaign is to spark conversation around campus on different topics such as race and gender.
- Julie Winokur is coming to speak to students in the piazza. Time is TBD.
Lead The Future Campaign
- The class of 2020 cabinet created a Facebook page for it.
- The page spotlights different outstanding freshman.
- The goal of the campaign is to encourage freshman to get involved and recognize those doing good things in the community.
Tuesdays Two Results
- How well do you feel that SGA is representing your wants and needs at Quinnipiac?
- Extremely well – 7%
- Well – 34%
- Moderately – 34%
- Slightly – 17%
- Not at all – 8%
- How responsive do you think administration is to student concerns?
- Extremely responsive – 3%
- Responsive – 16%
- Moderately responsive – 35%
- Slightly responsive – 31%
- Not at all responsive – 15%
- SGA plans to start live streaming all general board meeting.
- Senior tailgate to a baseball game is being planned for after spring break.
- Class of 2018 cabinet is looking into making changes to the cafeteria and gym on Rocky Top. More details to come.
- A proposal has been sent to the University to suggest reading days before finals. Reading days are days before finals and after classes end to give students better study time.