Wednesday, April 23, 2014  
The Charger Bulletin

President’s Corner

by Zani Imetovski | April 16, 2014

Chargers,

Zani Imetovski, USGA President

Zani Imetovski, USGA President

Let me take this moment to congratulate the President-elect Richard Rotella and the Treasurer-elect John Foti on winning the elections; they will begin their terms on July 1, 2014. I would also like to thank the student body for the record-breaking number of votes that were casted; your voice was heard.

As summer is fast approaching, take this time to enjoy the outside and our beautiful campus. Meet up with your friends in the quad or go for a nice walk around campus.

Last Saturday the 31st Annual Scholarship Ball took place, and I would personally like to thank all of the alumni who came back and donated to the various scholarship funds at the Ball. Those gifts go directly to the students most in need and help support them through college.

As always if you have any questions or concerns feel free to call 203-932-7300 and leave a message or email USGApresident@newhaven.edu

 

Warm Regards,
Zani Imetovski
USGA President

Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

by Isaak Kifle | April 16, 2014

Continuing the transition process

Isaak Kifle USGA Treasurer

Isaak Kifle USGA Treasurer

 

As you prepare to “pass the torch” and transition out of your leadership position, it is important to ensure that your successor is prepared to hit the ground running. The Office of Student Activities hosted a transition presentation by Campus Speak last Friday, and some of the suggestions from it include on-going job shadowing and creating a position guide to hand over. Different RSOs and leaders may have different processes, but all out-going leaders need to take some steps to ensure the continued success of their organizations.

USGA in focus

by The Charger Bulletin | April 16, 2014

By: Dan Davies, USGA Senator

This week’s USGA Meeting took place at 10 a.m. in the German Club, where the following occurred:

+ Any clubs wishing to sign up for the next club fair should contact Senior Vice President Andrew Collins. There will be a points incentive for clubs that attend this club fair.

+ The first annual “Passing the Torch” event took place last Friday at 3pm. This event was necessary for all clubs wishing to be re-recognized this upcoming fall.

+ USGA would like to remind everyone that Last Man Standing will be taking place from April 21st to the 25th.

+ USGA confirmed the appointment of Annalisa Berardinelli as the Editor-in-Chief,

and Gabriella Pericone as Assistant Editor of the Chariot Yearbook for 2014-2015.

+USGA also confirmed Derek Watson as President of SCOPE, as well as Amy Reidy and

Patricia McKernan as the Vice Presidents of SCOPE for the 2014- 2015 academic year.

+ The University of New Haven will be closed this Friday in observance of Good Friday,

so there will be no USGA Meeting. However, please note that classes will still be

taking place as scheduled.

 Any USGA related questions? Feel free to contact myself or any other USGA Senator!

President’s Corner

by Zani Imetovski | April 9, 2014

Chargers,

Zani Imetovski, USGA President

Zani Imetovski, USGA President

I would like to remind everyone to sign up for Last Man Standing. The applications are on USGA Chargerconnection page under forms. The events are April 21 to 25, and first place is awarded $1,000 dollars!

I would also like to thank everyone who voted, we had a record turn out! I would also send a special thank you to the candidates of the campaign. Win or lose your hard work was recognized and it raised the level of debate on this campus.

If you have any concerns around campus please email me at USGApresident@newhaven.edu.

Warm Regards,

Zani Imetovski

USGA President

Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

by Isaak Kifle | April 9, 2014

Beginning the transition process

Treasurer Yearbook Photo

The transition process for new E-Boards is one of the most common issues that RSOs have. If you’re an executive leaving your position after this year, make sure to begin meeting with the incoming executive as soon as you’re elected/appointed. Don’t just read the job description in your constitution, also discuss issues that have come up over the year, areas that need to be addressed and things that you wish you had done differently.

Isaak Kifle

USGA Treasurer

USGA In Focus

by The Charger Bulletin | April 9, 2014

By:David Janovsky, USGA Senator

djano2@unh.newhaven.edu

 

This week’s USGA Meeting took place at 10 a.m. in the German Club, where the following occurred:

+ Students found out the Miscellaneous Budget was at $32,724.49 and the Budget committee had to table requests because of the record breaking elections.

+ Last Man Standing Sign Up’s are still live on Charger Connection.

+ Scope is bringing an interactive animal exhibit on April 11.

+ 5678 Dance Team is having their showcase at West Haven High on the April 13.

+ The Charger Bulletin Editor and Assistant Editor for next year were voted on, and

the decision to drop the Presidential Candidates with the lowest percentage of

votes from the USGA elections was made.

 

Any USGA related questions? Feel free to contact myself or any other USGA Senator!

 

 

President’s Corner

by Zani Imetovski | April 2, 2014

Chargers,

Zani Imetovski, USGA President

Zani Imetovski, USGA President

Later this week, USGA will be announcing the results of the elections and who will be the leaders of this campus starting July 1. I would like to congratulate all of the campaign teams and candidates for a well run and informative campaign season.

I would also like to thank the student body for electing me one year ago to serve in the most amazing job I could ever asked for. It has been my honor to serve as your student body President and it will be something that I will always cherish.

As always, if you have any concerns questions or issues you can always contact me by emailing USGApresident@newhaven.edu or calling 203-932-7300.

Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

by Isaak Kifle | April 2, 2014

It’s RSO Election Season!

Isaak Kifle USGA Treasurer

Isaak Kifle, USGA Treasurer

It’s around that time of the year again when many RSOs are electing their leaders for next year. If you’re still deciding whether or not to run for an E-Board position, make sure to be honest with yourself as to whether you want to, and can, commit the time required for the position. Don’t go for a position just because other RSO members want you to, unless you actually want to just as much or more. Make sure you’re also honest with others; while it’s good to be ambitious, you shouldn’t make too many unrealistic promises in order to get elected.

 

USGA in focus

by The Charger Bulletin | April 2, 2014

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

your say.

+ 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

to attend.

 

Cast your Votes!

by The Charger Bulletin | March 26, 2014

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