Sunday, September 24, 2006

The SGA goes digital....

So sooner or later, it had to happen....and now it has.

Your very own Student Government Association has gone digital, complete with a very complete and interactive Web site (not surprisingly, found at and, yes folks, even its own podcast and blog.

Here's the summary from Mike Dunn, SGA VP (no, that isn't a weird word) of Communications:

The new website is located at It contains a multitude of services including links to the latest SGA Podcast, the SGA Blog, and the SGA “FishBowl” e-comment/e-concern form. Also available on the website is news about SGA, upcoming events, pictures of the senate and e-board, and various other information regarding committees and SGA in general.

The SGA podcast is a weekly broadcast segment available to the world at . You may also choose to have the podcast automatically download into iTunes, yahoo, or a number of other programs each week. To subscribe, simply follow the link on the new sga website. Or, in iTunes, search for Ithaca SGA in the podcast directory. Each week, hot topics like Laundry machine usage, and upcoming events on campus are discussed. The segment usually runs about 5 minutes and it provides essential information to listeners. The podcast also includes weekly interviews with students on campus about controversial issues, which are usually very intriguing and often hilarious to listen to. This week, the podcast team discusses the use of washing machines by off-campus residents.

The SGA blog is now up and running. You can find it on the new website. It provides SGA Executive Board insight to a number of issues occurring on campus, and invites fellow bloggers to respond to our comments.

So get informed and join the conversation, will you? Democracy has never needed you more, and it starts right here at home.....


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey team!

Two things:

1. Take this advice on the podcast. Subscribe. Seriously. Lots of good info.

2. Let me know if you have questions or comments about SGA or Park and I'll do what I can to help out (after all, that's what I'm here for).

Please don't hesitate to contact me if you need anything. Thanks!

Luke Elmers
Senator for the Roy H. Park School of Communications
Student Government Association

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