Monday, April 3, 2017
Student Government Association
Congratulations to the newly elected members to UNCG's 95th session of the Student Government Association!
President 
Holly Shields 
(photo above)

Sophomore Senators 
Timia Ferguson 
Jasmine Spears 

Junior Senators 
Ashley Scott 
Mariah Orange 
Samaya Roary  

Senior Senators 
Brittany Abanukam 
Jenequa Duren 
Homayoon Ershadi 

Commuter Senators 
Petera Wedderburn

Residential Senators 
Kathryn Swain  

At-Large Senators  
Tionna Ryan  
Shaniya Calhoun  
Eugene Mance  
Daria (Dasha) Reinhardt  
Dreshawn McFadden  


Vice President  
Mikaela Portugal
(photo above) 

College of Arts and Sciences Senator 
Luke Vilaseca 

School of Health and Human Sciences Senator 
Kierra Cherry

School of Nursing Senator
Jamie Maness

Bryan School of Business Senator 
Juah Kortor

School of Arts Senator 
Tian Li 
 

Student Organization Senators 
Yathrip Abdelgadir 
Timothy Wright 


Save the Date

The Elliott University Center will host its fourth and final Red Cross Blood Drive of the 2016-17 academic year on Tuesday, April 11, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Cone Ballroom.  

Schedule your donation appointment today and help the EUC reach its 250-pint goal!  For those wishing to donate double red blood cells, the Red Cross is currently accepting only blood types A negative; B negative; O positive; and O negative.

Be sure to come prepared when giving blood.  Have a light meal and plenty to drink.  Bring your Red Cross donor card (optional), driver’s license or two other forms of identification.  And bring the names of any medications you are currently taking.

For more information on giving blood, and to schedule your donation appointment, visit http://euc.uncg.edu/mission/blood-drive/ .  Appointments will be given priority.  Walk-ins are welcome.
Veterans Resource Center
Spring Fling and Things
Recreation and Wellness
Shall We Dance

Come join us Wednesday, April 5 from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. in the EUC for a fun evening of Urban Ballroom dancing. This easy to learn dance has a “groovy flavor” with smoothness and elegance. No partner or experience is required, just put on your dancing shoes and bring your enthusiasm to learn how consent, communication, and teamwork learned through dancing can create a healthy and fun lifestyle. Free snacks, giveaways, and raffles will be provided.
Intercultural Engagement
Bronze Leadership Challenge Drive

The Bronze Leadership Challenge workshops are starting for the spring semester. If you are looking to continue your leadership development, the Bronze Leadership Challenge is a great place to start.

Our workshops cover leadership subjects ranging from Active Listening to Visioning and Goal Setting. To view the workshop schedule or learn more about our leadership programs, visit the OLSL site at olsl.uncg.edu.