From left to right: Taylor Paulhamus, Allison de Haas, Jeremy Chobot, Rebecca Reed.
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The Lycoming College Student Senate announced a new executive board on Thursday, Feb. 12. Voting was held online for 24 hours and open to the entire student body.
The new officers are: Allison de Haas, president, a sophomore with a major in political science from Easton, Pa.; Rebecca Reed, vice president, a sophomore with a major in American studies and history from Waynesboro, Pa.; Taylor Paulhamus, secretary, a sophomore with a major in political science from Cogan Station, Pa.; and Jeremy Chobot, treasurer, a junior with a major in physics and mathematics from Quakertown, Pa.
“The incoming executive board and I are moving forward without a fear of limits and the belief that we, as a senate and student body, can work together to make Lycoming an even better place,” de Haas said.
The Lycoming College Student Senate addresses student issues and concerns through open forums and total student representation. The group functions in the best interest of the students to voice all student concerns to the Lycoming College community, to ensure student representation on faculty committees, and to fairly govern the management of student funds.