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2017-2018 Student…

SPC SGA members conducted the college’s annual online election of association officers for the 2017-2018 academic year.
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2017-2018 Student Government Association Leadership Announced

From March 29-April 5, St. Philip's College Student Government Association members conducted the college’s annual online election of association officers for the 2017-2018 academic year. The association leadership for academic year 2017–2018 is Angelia Jacobs (president), Diondrick Sorrell (vice president for the SPC Main Campus), Virginia Trinidad (vice president for Southwest Campus), Ali Al Siddiqui (secretary), Ali Al Siddiqui (treasurer) and Ali Al Siddiqui (historian). The new officers officially begin their new duties on May 15 to succeed 2016-2017 academic year officers Percival Bragg (president), Damon Lake (vice president-SPC Main Campus), Ravi Martinez (vice president-SPC Southwest Campus), Lester Castillo-Lopez (secretary), Linda Sorola (treasurer) and Saadia Abdi (historian). The team will be headquartered in the college’s 64-year-old Turbon Student Center after its renovation and forecast opening of summer 2017, a facility where the best practices in student leadership and social life will be elevated from previous seasons at the college. Triple the size of the original building, the 28,000 square foot two-story complex is expected to enhance student success as a hub for student government, leadership and entertainment, all led by the college's Student Life department team. Additions to the original building include a contract U.S. Post Office for public use, along with a College Bookstore, Café and Bowling Alley for college members that also include early college high school students. The team will serve the students and the community from second floor offices located directly in the heart of the campus as the center of corporate student leadership, governance and activities. The Turbon Center has been a vital part of the St. Philip’s College and Alamo Colleges leadership experience for many students. The building has served as the home office of the first two students to ever serve as trustee alternates on the board of a community college system in Texas (Hannah Lee Mahaffey-May 6, 2015-April 30, 2016, and Rudy Padilla-May 6, 2014-April 30, 2015). Learn more about at Student Government Association operations at