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New LWC student government President, VP elected

Jake Saylor, President. Brittany Dean, Vice President, replace SGA President Jonathan Joseph and Katie Koper.
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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College


COLUMBIA, KY - Two sophomores from Louisville, KY, were elected Friday night the 2015-16 leaders of the Lindsey Wilson College Student Government Association.


Jake Saylor, a communication and media studies sophomore from Louisville, KY, was elected president of the 2015-16 LWC student government, and Brittany Dean, a biology sophomore from Louisville, KY, was elected SGA vice president.

They replace 2014-15 LWC SGA President Jonathan Joseph of Louisville, KY, and Vice President Katie Koper of Central City, KY.

In addition to leading the college's student government, which includes more than 30 student representatives, Saylor will also serve as the student trustee on the Lindsey Wilson Board of Trustees during 2015-16.

Student voting took place during the week of April 6, and the results were announced Friday night during the college's annual spring formal, held at Biggers Sports Center.


This story was posted on 2015-04-11 03:22:48
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LWC Student Government elects new President, VP



2015-04-11 - Photo by Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College. Lindsey Wilson College Dean of Students Chris Schmidt, center, congratulates Jake Saylor of Louisville, KY, on being elected 2015-16 LWC Student Government Association president. Far right is LWC SGA Vice President-Elect Brittany Dean of Louisville KY Looking on are 2014-15 LWC SGA Vice President Katie Koper of Central City, KY, far left, and LWC SGA President Jonathan Joseph of Louisville, KY, second from left. - DUANE BONIFER
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