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The University of Georgia’s Student Government Association is sponsoring “SGA Week” to increase the organization’s visibility to students and connection with its constituents.


In a final close to the University of Georgia Student Government Association election season, the executive officers and senators of the 32nd SGA administration were sworn into office in an inauguration ceremony held at the Chapel on April 9.

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After enduring nearly two weeks of campaigning, the Empower ticket ultimately prevailed, securing their spot as the executive officers of the 32nd University of Georgia Student Government Association administration at 5 p.m. on March 6. President-elect Rachel Byers, Vice President-elect Melissa Hevener and Treasurer-elect Nav Singh will lead SGA in the 2019-2020 school year.