Fewer and fewer students are voting in Student Governance Council executive board elections, and senate vacancies are becoming more common.
By re-emphasizing itself as an organization created to serve students and their interests on campus, SGC could put itself back on the radar of its most important constituents: students.
The Ithaca College Student Governance Council held platform presentations Sept. 10 for students running for senate positions to introduce their priorities for the coming academic year.
In this week’s episode of “In My Own Words,” Glenn Epps sits down with new Ithaca College Student Governance Council members Alyse Harris, president, and Farwa Shakeel, vice president of academic affairs, to outline their goals for the upcoming school year.
Three candidates and three full slates running for Student Governance Council and class council positions explained their plans for the 2018–19 academic year at the Student Leadership Platform Present