Samford’s Students Elect New SGA Leaders
The Samford University student body recently went to the polls to vote in the Student Government Association's spring elections. Eight students campaigned for the four open positions on SGA's 2013-2014 Student Executive Board.
Cameron Thomas, a junior religion major from Goodwater, Ala. will serve as president. This will be Thomas' second consecutive term as president.
Sophomore Caison Moore to serve as vice president for senate. Moore is a business major from Charlotte, N.C. He will run senate, as well as organize senate and class officer elections in the fall.
Sophomore journalism and mass communication major Madison Miles will serve as the vice president for events. Miles is from Duluth, Ga. She will oversee the Student Activities Council, which plans student events like Homecoming, Spring Fling and Harry's Coffeehouse.
Josh Heath will assume the position of vice president for development. Heath is a sophomore French major from Rossville, Tenn. Heath will serve Freshman Forum and class officers.
The new Student Executive Board will be sworn in at the SGA Inauguration Ceremony on April 23.
Sarah Waller is a journalism and mass communication major and a news and feature writer in the Office of Marketing and Communication.
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