College student government
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Class of 1915 Elbert Charles Cole scrapbook, 1911-1915
Lardner, Adelma Hadley (Class of 1928), March 6, 1975
SGA digital archives, 2007-
Digital folder containing files produced by the Student Government Association (SGA) including bills and resolutions, Board of Trustees Investment Committee meeting reports, Finance Committe reports, Senate meeting minutes, and student body surveys. Records date from 2007 onward.
SGA: In response to Dr. Marissel Hernandez-Romero, June 29, 2020
Email sent by the Student Government Association (SGA) to the Office of the President, Hannah Ross, David Gibson, Sujata Moorti, and Vijay Menta in response to the deletion of an email sent by Professor Marissel Hernandez-Romero detailing racism she experienced while at Middlebury College.
SGA MLK Today recommendation to the President, January 28, 2016
SGA: Putting tonight's student town hall in context, June 29, 2020
Email sent by the Student Government Association (SGA) to Middlebury students regarding the upcoming virtual town hall meeting. The email addresses the deletion of Professor Marissel Hernandez-Romero's email describing racism she experienced during her time at Middlebury.
SGA Resolution of support for Black and minority students, November 11, 2017
Resolution by the Middlebury Student Government Association (SGA) and the Black Student Union (BSU) pledging support for Black and Minority students and recommending that the Administration respond to racism on campus, particularly in the wake of the March 2nd protests during Charles Murray's visit to Middlebury. The resolution was sponsored by Rae Aaron, Feb Senator and Speaker; Jin-Mi Sohn, SGA President; David Vargas, First Year Senator, and Charles Rainey, BSU President.
SGA resolution requesting a speedy investigation and resolution for violation of Middlebury policy regarding racial discrimination and COVID-19, September 27, 2020
Document containing Student Government Association (SGA) resolution F2020-SR1: Resolution Requesting a Speedy Investigation and Resolution for Violation of Middlebury Policy Regarding Racial Discrimination and COVID-19. This resolution was passed after two students, one Black and one South Asian, were approached by a white male student not wearing a mask and were called a racial slur on September 25, 2020.