September, 2015

Sep 28




Why get involved at Stonehill? Why SGA? (Anna Craft, Executive VP)

Hi there everyone… first off, thank you for taking the time to read this post; I know I certainly will never be able to express how much the support from the student body and Stonehill Community means to all of us in the Student Government Association.

Having said that, this week I would like to write a bit of a reflective post about why involvement is so important during the college years- and why I personally decided to run to be the Executive Vice President of SGA.

I will always remember the advice that so many Stonehill students (who have all since graduated) gave me when I was visiting the school prior to enrolling… without fail; they mentioned the importance of getting involved. As soon as I set foot on campus, I knew that finding a passion through a group would make this community feel like home.

I became involved in a variety of ways during my first two years at school… I did many programs through the Office of Intercultural Affairs (and spent a year as an ABS Leader)… I turned my passion for Stonehill into work for Admissions… I held a work-study position in the Financial Aid Office… I welcomed first year students to campus as a Peer Mentor… and I took advantage of many resources available to the student body.

After two very full years at Stonehill, I was lucky enough to study/ live/ intern abroad in Granada, Spain for my entire junior year. I can distinctly remember sitting in the plaza below my apartment, talking to a fellow Skyhawk (and very good friend) about how much I felt that I owed to Stonehill- I wanted so desperately to find a way to give back to the place that had given me so much; so many incredible opportunities and learning experiences, such a vast support system, and the confidence and strength to go out into the world.

For this reason, I decided to run for a position on the Executive Board of SGA as Vice President. I am so incredibly thankful for the opportunity, and feel very proud to be able to return some of the hard work, passion, and pride that go into all that happens at Stonehill College.

Sep 16




Class of 2019 Election Candidates!

Hello Stonehill!

Over the past week, different students from the class of 2019 have been campaigning to run for the 2019 Class Committee. Last night, The Hill hosted a large crowd, as we all watched all of the candidates give amazing speeches, and every one of them showed great qualifications and reasons to vote for them. They all showed enthusiasm and hopes to get to know their classmates and make a difference here at Stonehill!

Class of 2019- Please check your emails and vote, because every vote counts in this election!

Class President (Please vote for one)

  • Timothy DeLouchrey- Timothy is a English and Political Science Major from Westford, Massachusetts.
  • Benjamin Hincher- Benjamin is a Political Science and International Studies Major from Gorham, Maine.
  • Travis Normandin- Travis is currently undeclared, and is from Bristol, New Hampshire
  • Briana Salah- Briana is a Biology Major, and is from Newburyport, Massachusetts.
  • Sharmarke Yusuf- Sharmarke is a Political Science Major, and is from Boston, Massachusetts.


Class Vice President (Please vote for one)

  • Cassie Ford- Cassie is currently undeclared, and is from Oxford, Massachusetts.
  • Daniel Haddad- Daniel is a Finance Major, and is from Saugus, Massachusetts.
  • Samantha Mauro- Samantha is currently undeclared, and is from Northborough, Massachusetts.
  • Shannon Rielly- Shannon is a Early Childhood Education and Psychology Major, and is from Westbrook, Maine.


Class Communications Coordinator (Please vote for one)

  • Ramsey Bala- Ramsey is a Communications Major, is from Brockton, Massachusetts.
  • Maddie Bowen- Maddie is currently undeclared, but leaning towards Communications, and is from Marshfield, Massachusetts.


Class Senator (Please vote for two)

  • Chad L’Heureux- Chad is a Finance Major, and is from Hooksett, New Hampshire.
  • Mugar Morose- Mugar is a Biology Major, and is from Easton, Massachusetts.
  • Sebastian Patino- Sebastian is a Neuroscience Major, and is from Malden, Massachusetts.
  • Coby Tarjick- Coby is a Political Science Major, and is from Cheshire, Massachusetts.

Please make sure to vote, and good luck to all of our candidates!




Sep 02




Pardon Our Dust

“Pardon our dust”

Welcome back to campus Skyhawks! SGA is extremely excited for the brand new year ahead. We have recently been relocated to room A111 in the commons, which is across from our prior location. The rooms which previously were the SGA Executive Finance Chair and Treasurer offices are now the locations for the Stonehill radio station, WSHL 91.3. We are still in the process of organizing and decorating the new SGA office so pardon the mess! Feel free to stop by to say hi, ask us questions, or share your ideas with us anytime!

We already have multiple activities planned for the upcoming weeks. We hope to see you all attending the various events occurring throughout the Stonehill community including:

September 3rd

  • Brother Mike’s Concert Series: Brett Young

September 4th:

  • Activity Fair
  • Bingo

September 5th:

  • Hillapalooza
  • Think Fast Game Show

September 6th:

  • Newport Beach Trip

SGA is also launching the It’s on US Campaign which is an awareness campaign to help put an end to sexual assault on college campuses.  Those who sign the pledge of this campaign make a personal commitment to step off the sidelines and be part of the solution to campus sexual assault. Many colleges have adopted this campaign and the organization provides a lot of support and materials for them to do so.  Please be on the look-out for events supporting this campaign! You can learn more about this campaign and view a clip of our promotional video below.

Campaign Website:

Promotional Video:

First year elections are also coming up! SGA is a wonderful way to get involved on campus. It’s a great leadership experience and also the perfect opportunity to meet students from all class years. The dates for the 2019 SGA Class Committee Elections are:

Nominations: September 2 – 8

Campaigning: September 9 – 18

Voting: September 16 – 18

Keep an eye out for the upcoming campaigns and make sure to support your fellow class mates by voting!

The first SGA senate will be held Monday, September 21st @ 11:30 – 12:45 in Cleary Dining hall. Please know that anyone is welcome to join us anytime, whether you would just like to listen in on the discussion or present your ideas to the group.

Good luck with the new school year and we look forward to working with you!