Class of 2014 Presidential Tickets - Fall: Adele Priestley and Julia Prezioso
- Newsletter for abroad students to be implemented
- SGA releases fall 2012 spending analysis
- SGA changes title, adds clubs
We’re Adele and Julia, candidates for junior class presidents (fall term). We have high energy, we’re spunky and we’re motivated to create the events and paths of communication that will keep you involved and enthused all fall.
We think that everyone in our class, with their diverse interests and participation both on and off campus, makes the class of 2014 a perfect mechanism for unity. Something great about class unity is that it doesn’t matter what sports team, theater group, club or major you are involved in. To take advantage of this opportunity, we plan to generate more face-to-face interactions (with both your Student Government Association [SGA] representatives and fellow juniors) through bi-weekly lunches in rotating dining halls.
We also plan to keep you entertained and informed with our class Twitter and to fill your planner with something other than assignments and meetings—ski excursions, brunches, tailgates and pub nights. We may even keep you on your toes with surprises you can’t put in your planner! Through our combined experience with our innovative classmates and our own involvement in student groups, such as Colby Outdoor Orientation Trips (COOT), Campus Clubs Coordination Group, Class Council, Colby Cares About Kids, Mule Mob, Admissions, Colby Dancers and iPlay, we will provide you a junior calendar with events to support and mix with 2014ers. For example: “Juniors Go to Buen Apetito!” “Juniors Go to Tartuffe!” “Juniors Go to the Lacrosse Showdown at Bowdoin!” “Juniors Go to Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter!” Our goal is for everyone to wish they were in the class of 2014, and we cannot wait to work with whoever is elected as spring presidents to maintain the spirit and progress we make in the fall. Vote for a fresh perspective, an honest agenda and a “can-do” attitude.
Breaking barriers. Bridging the gap one step at a time. We’re running for you!