Current Student Government Association President Joe Donato has been re-elected for his second term and said he plans to continue his work for the University.
SGA Vice President Mario Costa and Treasurer Ashley Jefferson have also been re-elected for their second terms and Secretary Dolores Bujnowski for her third term.
The unofficial SGA election results show that elected At-Large senators include Clayton Collier, Kayla Toomer, Vincent Garcia, Wesley Satterwhite, Fred Gilliam and Kayla Weinman; the Arts & Sciences senators are Drew Holden, Annelie Roding, Amy Gao, Anthony Scudieri, Victoria Staruch and Joseph Puleo. The Business senators are Adam Howard-Binkley and Jessica Page. The Commuter senators are Akshat Patel and Timothy Hoffman; the International senator is Qingyin Sheng and the Nursing senator is Christian Jamandre. No candidates ran for the positions of Diplomacy senators, Education senators and Resident senators.
“There is the great strength to SGA in the past and now it’s been the experience, the number of years that our members have had on the student senate and the executive board,” Donato said.
Donato, who has been involved with SGA for three years, said that there will be “little change” to next year’s agenda. Among the projects mentioned were upgrading printers in the library and installing printers in the dorms, bringing the Collegiate Readership program back, changing and expanding the routes and schedule for both the SHUFLY shuttle and Safe Ride van and possibly discussing the guest policies in dorms during midterms.
For the Collegiate Readership program, Donato said that he and Costa have asked services on campus such as Gourmet Dining Services, the Stillman School of Business and the library to contribute to the cause.
Donato also said all the projects and building of relationships are to ensure that “we can collaboratively move Seton Hall in the right direction” and “to continue our success of our strategic plan.”
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