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Meet the Cochise College 2021-22 student government members

For the 2021-22 school year, @Cochise College welcomes back a new crew of Student Government Association officers at both the Douglas and Sierra Vista campuses.

The academic organization aims to act as an intermediary between students, other academic organizations and the college administration. It has been active at Cochise College for more than 52 years.

SGA is composed of four to five student officers per campus, each serving various leadership roles from administrative to event coordinating. There is real family involved; Samantha and Stephanie Amaya are twins.

The Herald/Review sat down with the student officers from both campuses to dive into their roles, how they want to help their communities, academic pursuits and plans after graduation.

Interested in learning more? Check out our coverage HERE.

Did you ever join student government, or a similar organization, at your college or university? If so, did the experience help you in your academics and/or career? Share your experience with us below! 

Mark your calenders for the Global Economic Outlook Luncheon on Nov. 16, 2021! Check out the info on the flyer and comment any questions. More info to come!

Legendary coach retires

Over the years I have worked with a lot of coaches and administrators. Bo Hall was one of the best; always treated me with respect. It was an honor doing his retirement story and being able to reflect back on his many accomplishments which include five different Hall of Fame inductions.

We'd like to hear from you if you have any special memories or thoughts you'd like to share with Bo. We will see that he sees them.

You can check out the story I did on him by clicking on the link below.

Apaches' Bo Hall calling it a career | Sports |

Do you know of any national champions from Cochise College?

We have a story in the paper today about Jill Donnelly, a member of the Cochise College women's rodeo team, who won two individual national championships at the CNFR this past week.

As a team the Cochise women competed against some major college's and universities and finished third in the nation; quite an accomplishment for such a small college.

We know Jill is the first national champion since 1983 but are uncertain of any before from 1964 when the college first opened to 1982. If you have any information you can share, we'd like to hear from you.

You can read more about Jill and the CC women by clicking on the link below.

CC’s Donnelly wins 2 national championships at CNFR | Local Sports News |