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Terrapin Adventures

The SGA Senate and E-board took a trip to Terrapin Adventures for some bonding exercises… Check out what two of the senators had to say about the trip:

“I have to admit that our trip to Terrapin was exciting. After long hours of learning, students actually require stress-relieving activities like what went on at the park. The trip, to me, helped to foster good relationships and ties among us. I personally had the opportunity to know a lot about all of my colleagues in SGA (that’s if all members showed up). Again, I learned some important values pertaining to team work. As in how we have to always share ideas and divide responsibilities in order to achieving a common goal. I really had fun. Thank you for affording me such an opportunity!”



“Hey Baby.” Usually whenever someone would say this to me I would start walking in the other direction; now when I hear those words a smile rushes to my face when I remember the fun I had at Terrapin Adventures with SGA. We started in full swing with exciting leadership and teamwork activities. We reached new heights in effective communication with one another and learned how to sink or swim when new challenges were added to our life. Because of this SGA retreat I know that when I get myself in some hot lava there is always a friend at SU to help show me the ropes.



Sophomore Block Party

Here are some pictures from the Sophomore Block party!

First Fruit Farms

A group of SGA staff, senate, and executive board members went to First Fruit Farms in Freeland, Maryland this past Tuesday, September 8th.  First Fruit Farms Inc. is a non-profit organization that runs on the volunteer efforts from local participants around Maryland. Over the course of two hours, SGA members and staff harvested almost 1,000 pounds of apples! These apples went to local foodbanks to feed those who are less fortunate. The farm has hundreds of acres of land packed with crops from potatoes to corn. Volunteers are needed from early spring to late fall throughout the year to harvest the variety of crops. SGA’s next trip to First Fruit Farms should to be in early November to go cabbage picking.


Blog Post By: Cory Ott

Mr. and Ms. Stevenson

Mr and Ms SU

Do you have what it takes to be the next Mr. or Ms. Stevenson? If so, grab an application at The Rock…but hurry because applications are due by September 17th!

Don’t forget to vote in the 2015-16 elections happening March 9th through 13th!

If you want to make a positive change on campus, volunteer as tribute and run for an elected Student Government position. Check out our Elections page for more information!

Mr. and Mrs. SU

Interested in participating in this year’s Mr. and Mrs. SU event?!  Then you can pick up an application at The Rock or at the Greenzone!  The application deadline has been extended until this Wednesday, September 24!  Act fast!

Forgot something at home?  This Sunday, Stevenson will be providing shuttle service to the local Safeway, Wal Mart, and Target!

For more information, check out the event on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/SUClassOf2018/301676803351345/?notif_t=group_activity


Welcome Picnic!

Hey Stevenson!

We hope you had a great summer and are excited for the 2014-15 academic year!  We can’t wait to meet you all!  Just a friendly reminder that the annual Stevenson University Welcome Picnic is this Wednesday, August 27th!  It will be held on the Greenspring Campus from 11am to 1pm in the quad, and 5pm to 7pm in Rockland!  We hope to see you there!

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