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Loyola Student Government Association 11.07.2013

student organizations participate in a window painting contest

This week Loyola students had the opportunity to participate in our Loyola Week Window Decorating Contest. The event showcased various organizations on campus while giving them a chance to earn $200 for their organization. Each had to incorporate the theme, “set the world on fire,” into their window paintings.


The Black Student Union received first place and the $200 reward, Alpha Kappa Psi came in second, and Alpha Kappa Alpha and Theta Phi Alpha tied for third. Shailyn Croom, Graphic Design and Public Relations Chair for BSU, discussed how they came up their idea. She said, “This year, our organization changed its logo to one that was very controversial, the raised fist, and wanted to take pride within it so we incorporated it into our window painting.”


The group took their new logo and used to theme to create their finished product. Croom said, “Combining the two allowed us to get our statement across, implanting a powerful message.”


All the organizations’ window paintings can be seen on the windows inside the Danna Center surrounding the “fishbowl”.

SGA Spotlight--Blake Corley

Blake Corley is the SGA Executive Vice President. He is a Junior International Business major who is serving his third year in SGA. During Corley’s freshman year, he served as the Senator for the College of Business. He says he was encouraged to run by his classmates who wanted to see change. He decided to join SGA to become a voice for the people. He then went on the serve as Senator at Large. Corley is proud of the initiatives SGA will be working on this year and the work being done for the issue of smoking on campus. He sees former SGA members such as Michael Morin and others as important role models.


Financial Report

SGA would like to keep you in the loop of what has been going on financially. We are committed to serving the student body and many of the organizations on campus.


SGA has provided partial or full funding for the following organizations this semester: Alpha Kappa Alpha for their undergraduate conference, Jazz Club's Wareen Wolf Workshop, Phi Kappa Psi's Dunk a Phi Psi, Quidditch Team's Second Annual Wolf Pack Classic Quidditch Tournament, Sailing Team's Kilpatrick Regatta at Oklahoma City Boat Club , SAGE's "It's A Girl" Documentary Screening, Society of Professional Journalists Student Chapter's Associated Collegiate Press National Media Convention, Public Relations Society of America'sPRSSA 2013 National Conference, International Students Association's Country Fair, National Association for Music Educators' Spooky Wooky Musical Exposition, AIGA's Two-Part Screenprinting Workshop, Delta Sigma Pi's Brand and Dress, Alpha Phi Alpha's Welcome Reception/Hour of Power, Swimming Club's FSU Club Swimming Invitational, NOVO's NOVO Concert, Phi Kappa Psi's Phi Psi Health Day, Delta Sigma Pi's Brand and Dress, Golf Club's Golf Club Outing, College Republicans' An Evening of Discussion with Grover Norquist, Music Therapy Club's Music Therapy National Conference, and the Rugby Club's Fall 2013 season.


SGA would like to remind students that they are eligible to receive reimbursements up to $100.00 for both Graduate Test registration and software purchases made in the bookstore or on eFollett.com.

Annual Ring Ceremony

Friday, Nov. 8th, 7:30-9pm

6363 Saint Charles Avenue

New Orleans, LA

Celebrate the Classes of 2014 and 2015 receiving their official Loyola ring at this annual ceremony.


SGA Third Friday

Friday, Nov. 15th, 3pm

6363 Saint Charles Avenue

New Orleans, LA