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Nicholas Killen Elected Treasurer of SVC Student Government

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Posted: Monday Dec 5, 2011

December 6, 2011

Nicholas A. Killen, a sophomore accounting major at Saint Vincent College from Pittsburgh (16205), has been elected treasurer of the Saint Vincent College Student Government Association Executive Board.

Mr. Killen has been active at Saint Vincent as a member of the varsity cross country team which were Presidents’ Athletic Conference team champions in 2010 and 2011.

The son of Kevin and Sheryl Killen, he is a 2010 graduate of Bishop Canevin High School.

He is a member of St. Philip R.C. Church, Pittsburgh (Diocese of Pittsburgh).

“Saint Vincent College has helped me become a well-rounded individual,” Mr. Killen commented. “The experience and education I have received here have made it to be the best choice of my life.”


Photo: Mr. Nicholas A. Killen