By: James Crowell, USGA Senator
This week’s USGA Meeting took place at 10 a.m. in the Alumni Lounge, where the following occurred:
+ Applications for “Last Man Standing,” a weeklong survivor-esque series of challenges, are now available through Charger Connection, and can be found under the forms section on the USGA page. First place is $1,000, so take some time and apply now.
+ Passing the Torch, an executive board transition workshop, will be taking place on April 11, from 3 to 5 p.m.
+ Charge Out will be on April 16 from 1 to 6 p.m. in the Rec Center for all graduating seniors.
+ The third annual Holocaust remembrance ceremony will take place on April 17, in Dodd’s Theater.
+ Elections for both the USGA President and Treasurer Positions will be ongoing this upcoming
week so please take the time to vote. Emails will be sent out and voting stations will be
available in the programming space of Bartels. This is your campus; make sure you have
+ In USGA news, Senator Chris Sang went up for the Recruitment Co-Chair position,
Stephanie Palermo went up for the position of USGA Senator, and UNH’s Faculty
Member of the Year was voted on. Finally, congratulations to both the UNH Gymnastics
Team and To Write Love on Her Arms for being awarded Gold status recognition.
+ The next meeting will be this Friday, April 4, in the German Club. Please feel free