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New SGA Senators, Class Officers Announced

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Posted: Monday Apr 29, 2013

April 29, 2013

Saint Vincent College students were recently elected to positions on the Student Government Senate.

The new officers include Megan Lucas of Woodstock, Maryland, Senior Class President; Eric Kubeja of Erie, Senior Class Vice-President; Kelsey Linstrum of New Milford, Connecticut, Senior Class Treasurer; Emily Rosati of Oakdale, Senior Class Secretary; Monika Derboghossian of Woodbridge, Virginia, Nick Killen of Pittsburgh (15205), Kassia Krol of Elizabeth, Chris Toy of Kittanning, and Tom Mengers of Claymont, Delaware Senior Class Senators; Mary Wilcox of Erie, Junior Class President; Lindsey Sullenberger of Greensburg, Junior Class Vice-President; Dante Gentile of Pittsburgh (15217), Junior Class Treasurer; Kate McCauley of North Huntingdon, Junior Class Secretary; Olivia Clement of DuBois, Nick Federline of Murrysville, Alex Malsbury of Loxahatchee, Florida, Carly Meholic of Latrobe, and Brody Ruffner of Newton, North Carolina, Junior Class Senators; Alexis Zawelensky of Uniontown, Sophomore Class President; Nick Patton of Winchester, Virginia, Sophomore Class Vice-President; Alex Scialabba of Butler, Sophomore Class Treasurer; Ben Slomski of Erie, Sophomore Class Secretary; Will Cusick of Mc Donald, Jill Kegg of Johnstown, Kyli Stoner of Dunbar, Alexa Vercelli of Gibsonia, and Rabia Uddin of Greensburg, Sophomore Class Senators.

The students were elected by their peers and will serve until the end of the Spring 2014 semester. The Student Government Association acts as a liaison between the administration and the student body by representing and being attentive to student concerns and interests; improves the quality of life for students by effecting change in regard to policy and campus development and by overseeing student activities, both social and academic; and preserves the College’s commitment to dedicate itself to traditional Benedictine values and a strong liberal arts education.


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