SGA Connections


Here you will find links to events, information, speakers, discussions, live performances, webinars and more!  Let's stay virtually CONNECTED.  #SGAHERE4U



Earth Day Tree

SGA will celebrate Earth Day through various virtual events this month.


Fri. April 16
5:00 p.m.

Farm to Table Virtual Cooking Demonstration

Featuring Chef Alumnus Christina Martin bowl of veggies

Great food begins with the first links in the food chain starting with our farmers. Knowing where your food comes from is one of the first steps in healthy eating. This demonstration class will teach you the basics to cooking in season, with nutrient rich foods from the earth. On the menu we will start with a homemade no knead bread using organic, locally grown and milled flour, for the main course a spring veggie and grain dish that includes carrots, kale and farro. And for dessert a fruit cobbler using locally grown fruit.  Please register for this event and shopping list:

To just follow along and watch

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 968 1849 1640  Passcode: 083785


Tues., April 20

From April 20-22, join the world’s leaders for Earth Day 2021. Together, we can prevent the coming disasters of climate change and environmental destruction. Together, we can Restore Our Earth™.

Click the link below beginning Tuesday, April 20 - 22 for the start of a three day event.


Wed., April 21
7:00 p.m.

Virtual Earth Day Paint NightEarth in hands

"Save Our Earth" will be the painting theme for the Virtual Paint Night with local artist, Christine Daidone from DRIPS Art Studio featuring DJ ReneOrtiz spinning all the latest sounds! Come out for a fun and Earth Friendly event! For more information and sign up

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 986 3973 3427   Passcode: 643198


Thurs., April 22

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Join SGA and the Campus Clubs as we virtually celebrate Earth Day 2021

11:00 a.m. Student Nurses Club  Earth with veggies

Student nurses will provide a presentation for earth day and include how masks and gloves have become an issue due to improper discarding and how overall people can reduce their impact on pollution!

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 957 7970 9852
Passcode: c3jv8B

12:30 p.m. - Black Student Alliance

BYOB, Bring Your Own Plastic Bottles and BSA will teach you how to make suncatchers and planters out of them! Special Guest Heather Fischer, Office of Academic Affairs.  This one hour event will feature items needed and demonstration of how to turn your plastic waste into works of art and sustainers of plant life.


Meeting ID: 999 1951 7264 Passcode: 129384

Earth Day Triva Kahoots

6:00 p.m.

SGA is hosting a Kahoot! Trivia game in honor of Earth Day. The top three winners of both rounds will be mailed an Amazon gift card. (6 winners total - only eligible for one prize)

**Only currently enrolled students are eligible to win available prizes. Sign up at


VirtualView On Your Own

Culinary Arts Association CSA presents:  

Why we Waste; Food Waste Documentaries

The Big Waste: Why do we throw away so much food? By Filmmaker Karim Chrobog

An e360 video looks at the staggering amount of food wasted in the U.S. Filmmaker Karim Chrobog focuses on efforts in Washington, D.C., to see that food ends up with those who need it rather than dumped in landfills.

The Next Food Movement? Maybe Garbage-to-Plate Dining. PBS News Hour

What happens to the little ends of cucumber that get cut off by big-time food processors to make pickles? At the Michelin-starred Manhattan restaurant Blue Hill, chef Dan Barber has tried turning that food waste into cuisine, an experiment to encourage diners to rethink the distinction between what we eat and what we throw away. Special correspondent Allison Aubrey of NPR News reports. 

SGA Tree and Bench Dedication

The 2020-2021 SGA EBoard will dedicate a Cherry Blossom Tree and Recycled Bench in front of the Student Life Center on the Mays Landing Campus. These legacy memorials will honor all current and future student Leaders of Atlantic Cape. 

Please view this dedication at the link provided