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May 01




2012-2013 Executive Board

On Sunday, at the Student Life Awards, the 2012-2013 Executive Board was inducted into their positions.  Meet your new Executive Board members!

President: Courtney Beauregard ‘13

Major(s): Elementary Education and International Studies
Hometown: Northbridge, MA
Campus Involvement: Peer Mentor, Student Ambassador, Kappa Delta Pi-International Education Society, Education Society, Honors Program, Developing Fundraising Leaders Institute
Favorite Stonehill Memory: Last year was my first year as a Peer Mentor and the whole week and a half was my favorite time at Stonehill. Getting to know the other Peer Mentors, being able to show off Stonehill and the college experience to the first years, and being completely clad in purple made it my favorite memory of Stonehill.
Fun Fact: One day I want to have traveled to all 50 states.

Vice-President: Lauren Melaugh ‘13

Major(s):  International Studies and Art History major with a Business minor
Hometown: Medfield, MA
Campus Involvement: Peer Mentor, Student Ambassador, Club Ultimate Frisbee, Admissions Operations Assistant, Art Gallery Assistant
Favorite Stonehill Memory: This semester’s Frisbee home tournament when we went 5-0 to win the tournament
Fun Fact: I went skydiving in Western Massachusetts through an RA program last fall

Treasurer: Matt McCormack ‘13

Major(s):  Accounting with an Economics minor
Hometown: North Kingston, RI
Campus Involvement: Peer Mentor, TA Program, International Internship, Accounting Association, Club Ultimate Frisbee, Hall Council, Movie/Comedy, Beta Alpha Psi (Accounting Honors Society), Beta Gamma Sigma (Business Honors Society), and Lambda Epsilon Sigma (Schoolwide Honor Society)
Favorite Stonehill Memory: Storming the court after the basketball team won the NE-10 Championship this year
Fun Fact: I’m color-blind.

Secretary: Melissa Beaumont ‘13

Major(s):  Political Science/International Studies with a French minor
Hometown: Southington, CT
Campus Involvement: Peer Mentor, Chapel Choir, Volunteering at Holy Cross Family Ministries and the animal shelter, Intramural sports
Favorite Stonehill Memory: Living in the Sem Freshman year and meeting most of my good friends there. Also, being on the Peer mentor team last year!
Fun Fact: I got to see Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama speak in person while I’ve been interning DC! Plus my absolute favor color is purple and most almost everything I own is purple!

Finance Chair: Terry Rose ‘13

Major(s):  Math & Physics
Hometown: Norwood, MA
Campus Involvement: Ultimate Disc, Animal Shelter Volunteer, Intramurals
Favorite Stonehill Memory: Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience during summer 2011
Fun Fact: Life goal is to travel to another planet

Programming Chair: Rachel Ness ‘13

Major(s):  Communications & Psychology
Hometown: Rollinsford, NH (the population is about the size of Stonehill!)
Campus Involvement: SGA, of course! Student Ambassador, dance club. Before being elected, I was treasurer of Programming, sophomore year I was president of the Heights Hall Council, I’ve been on a HOPE trip to NOLA and I am currently studying abroad in Florence.
Favorite Stonehill Memory: Midnight madness… I look forward to it every year! Also judging Mr. Stonehill this year!
Fun Fact: I’ve been dancing since I was three

Diversity Chair: Julie Kelly ‘13

Major(s):  Interdisciplinary Studies- Anthropology
Hometown: Watertown, CT
Campus Involvement: Resident Assistant, ABS Program, Football Coach’s Assistant, Women’s Center Board of Advisors, Anthropology Society, PRIDE
Favorite Stonehill Memory: When the entire men’s rugby team stopped a match and verbally opposed a competitor’s use of a derogatory slur in the middle of a game against Framingham State University. I’ve never been more proud to be a Skyhawk.
Fun Fact: I recently went cage diving off the coast of South Africa with Great White Sharks without concern… But I am terrified of jellyfish!


Jan 28





Welcome to the new SGA blog!

At the beginning of the year, the Student Government Executive Board went on a retreat for a weekend to discuss the goals and priorities that SGA would handle this year.  One of the major goals was to increase awareness and understanding of SGA for the student body.  Thus began the process for a new SGA blog!


The blog has multiple different pages with information on the three main branches of SGA: Senate, Programming, and Diversity.  Under each page includes more detailed information about the different groups and committees that fall under each branch.  There is also a page introducing your Executive Board members, as well as a page with instructions on how to start a new club.  You can also go to our different social media sites, such as Twitter and Facebook, by clicking on the links to the right!


The Executive Board will post regularly about different events that have been hosted on campus.  Clubs and organizations are welcome to send coverage of their events to the Executive Secretary, Shannon Roark, if they would like it to be publicized on the blog.  Senate will also be posting regular updates about their meetings, including progress from the different focus groups as well as big decisions voted on by Senate.


Continue to check back here for updates, and feel free to give any suggestions you might have on content you would like to see posted here!