“If we do get elected to executive committee, then we will meet and plan for state convention next year,” Lee said. “We’re expecting 400 to 500 students from student councils from across the state.”
Elections to fill SGA positions next academic year is slated in March.
“We give credit to [Lee and Mason] for being our advisors and helping us with everything. We wouldn’t know what to do without them,” Savage said. “They are the connections to administration.”
“SGA wants the student body to be as motivated as they are and be proud of GMC as they are. They’re a really good example for the student body. There’s a need for SGA here without a doubt,” Lee added. “We hope after seeing what SGA is and what it’s all about this year that it will be even better next year.”
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