Two SGA senators resign

After only two weeks in session the 2010-2011 SGA has experienced two resignations.Sophomores Patrick Dowd and William Bleakley resigned, President Kofi Mensah said.Mensah said that the resignations were due to academic scheduling issues and not because of problems with the senate or lack of interest. “They thought about it and decided that it wasn’t something they could do, which is fine,” Mensah said. The senate will be making appointments to fill the two open spaces, with five spaces still open for incoming first-year students, Mensah said.”This is all about transparency,” he said. “We need to make elections and the commitments more clear.”The senate is looking for anyone who shows interest and is approved of by the senate body, Mensah said.