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Student Government Association Vice President Anna Dvorak resigns 7 days after inauguration; Killian Richeson sworn in

Former SGA President Vincent Cavataio, left, swears in new SGA Vice President Killian Richeson, right, after former Vice President Anna Dvorak resigned 7 days after her inauguration. SGA President Justin Gawronski said Dvorak resigned for personal reasons, which he would not disclose. (Chuck Miller/Staff Photographer)

Student Government Association Vice President Anna Dvorak has resigned exactly one week after her inauguration.

SGA President Justin Gawronski, a Macomb junior, announced the resignation at a general assembly meeting shorting after 7 p.m. Monday in Dow Hall room 171. Killian Richeson, a Hesperia senior, was sworn in as the new vice president during the general board meeting.

The administration of Gawronski and Dvorak came under criticism in their first week from Treasurer Tony Grettenberger and three members of the House and Senate. Those allegations, regarding bylaw violations, led to the formation of three committees.

Gawronski said Dvorak resigned because of personal reasons, which he would not disclose. Gawronski made no connection to the recently-formed review committees

Richeson was appointed SGA elections director last week by Gawronski.

Check back with cm-life.com for updates to this developing story.

2 Comments

  1. SGA is turning into a conservative fantasy land: Disorder, chaos, and a lack of ethics!

  2. How is there a lack of ethics? I have a feeling Chuck, you are the kind of person that will have some sort of opinion on why SGA is wrong no matter the move taken… unless you were the one to call the shots. 

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