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USGA President Resigns

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The following letter was received by the Charger Bulletin this morning from current USGA President Louis Eswood III:

Early this morning I received and accepted a formal letter of resignation from the incoming USGA President, Wilfred Burrows III, which is attached. Based on the USGA Constitution, I will continue my term as President until my contract expires on June 30, 2009. It is at this time that pursuant to Article VI Section 4 of the USGA Constitution, USGA Vice President, Christopher Rinck, will assume the role as USGA President. The vacancy in the position of USGA Vice President will be filled immediately based on the regulations of the USGA Constitution.

The following is the letter sent by Mr. Wilfred A. Burrows III to Mr. Louis Eswood III:

12th June, 2009

Mr. Louis Eswood III
President, Undergraduate Student Government Association

Mr. Eswood,

It is with deepest regret that I submit to you my letter of resignation from the position of USGA President for the 2009-2010 executive year. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I am unable to fulfill the duties required of this office and hereby resign, effective immediately.

It has been a pleasure being involved with this organization for the last three years and I hope that the contributions that I have made will assist with its further development. I wish the Undergraduate Student Government Association every success in its future and it is my hope that the organization will continue to grow and move forward.

Sincerely yours,

Wilfred A. Burrows III

Cc:

Ms. Rebecca Johnson
Dean of Students, University of New Haven

Mr. Greg Overend
Director of Student Activities, University of New Haven

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