Tag: Student Government Association

UW-Green Bay launches student-focused mobile app

UWGB launched a new mobile app this semester.

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Student Government Association recently partnered with UW-Milwaukee’s App Brewery to develop a mobile app that is making life a little easier for busy students. Although primarily student-focused, friends, family, and Phoenix fans are welcome to download the app as well. UW-Green Bay Mobile features quick links to learning platforms such […]

SGA and RHAA: Election results are in

Congratulations to the newly elected presidents and vice presidents of Student Government Association (SGA) and Residential Hall and Apartment Association (RHAA). Nikolas Austin and Dylan Tritt will be the president and vice president of SGA, and Ashley Keenan and Samuel Soda will continue on in their reoccurring positions as president and vice president of RHAA. […]

‘Around the World in 90 minutes’ comes to campus

The Student Government Association is sponsoring guest speaker Marty Essen’s performance of “Around the World in 90 minutes,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 7 in the Phoenix Room. The show is said to be lecture, theatre, comedy, all rolled into one 90-minute presentation about Essen’s incredible images as he documents animals and the environment while […]

Prisons and Pizza event, March 1

The Student Government Association along with a number other campus groups are sponsoring “Prisons and Pizza,” a roundtable discussion about the state of the criminal justice system in Wisconsin. Representing at the roundtable will be a diverse group of professionals who work in the criminal justice and prison system. Free pizza for all who attend. […]

Wanek is student of the week

If it’s another week, it’s another Phoenix of the Week as identified by the Student Government Association. This week, it’s senior business major Sarah Wanek, who is described as well-known on campus “for her upbeat personality, hard work and dedication,” and work as co-director for the Student Ambassadors Program.

SGA official shares news of ‘Phoenix of the Week’ 

A committee of student government is again bestowing “Phoenix of the Week” honors on students who go above and beyond in the classroom and in extracurricular activities. (Honorees get a small prize and a week’s close-in parking at the Union.) The semester’s first winner is Marissa Michalkiewicz. “Marissa was selected due to her heavy involvement […]

SGA leader quoted in ‘Chronicle’ story on budget cuts

UW-Green Bay student Lorenzo Lones, the newly elected vice president of the Student Government Association, is among a select group of student leaders quoted in an article archived at the Chronicle of Higher Education. The piece looks at states debating large cuts to higher education (including, obviously, Wisconsin). Lones points out that rallying student involvement […]

SGA election results: It’s Stepp-Lones in 2015-16

The results are in on this month’s UW-Green Bay Student Government Association election. Newly elected to executive positions for 2015-16 are Hannah Stepp, president, and Lorenzo Lones, vice president. They finished with 384 votes to claim a statistical majority and wide margin over the Murphy-Nichols ticket (196 votes) and Spaulding-Osteen (159). Stepp is currently chair […]

SGA candidate debate is April 7

Candidates for office in the UW-Green Bay Student Government Association will take part in a debate Tuesday (April 7) in the Union’s Christie Theatre. The voting will take place the following Tuesday and Wednesday via an electronic ballot that students will receive in their email. The candidates and their platforms can be found at www.uwgb.edu/student-government/court/election-materials.asp. […]

Reminder: UW-Green Bay and its community

A panel discussion regarding connections between UW-Green Bay and its community is planned for 7 p.m. Thursday (April 2) in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall (Mac) 210. Speakers include Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt and his chief of Staff Andy Rosendahl, Karen Faulkner of Golden House, students Sarah Wanek and Lydia Schwertfeger and Profs Regan Gurung, […]