ASC Updates

New class council members elected

By Cathy Schutt

Last week, students voted in class council elections to choose officers for next year’s senior, junior and sophomore classes.
The councils put on events throughout the year to create community among their peers and lead their classes in school-wide events like Ollies Follies. They also make up the ASC voting council, along with the 10 executives.
Below are the names of the newly elected officers for the 2011-2012 academic year:

Class of ‘12 (seniors)
President: Kayla Rolling
Chaplain: Jacob Salem
Representatives:
Jana Pierce
Sarah Sinn
Angela Rivas
Chris Cornish
Steven Krueger

Class of ‘13 (juniors)
President: Jameson Forshee
Chaplain: Kyle Boone
Representatives:
Joe Schindel
Jeremy Height
Jose Cruz
Kara Hepler
Matt Van Dyke

Class of ‘14 (sophomores)
President: Brandon Klemm
Chaplain: Josh Parker
Representatives:
Madison Leeseberg
Anna Greider
Ross Johnson
Alina Ellis
Treavor Dodsworth

Freshman officers will be elected when the new class of students  arrives on campus in the fall.

Karg re-elected NSLA co-chair

By Cathy Schutt

Olivet’s own Student Body President, Evan Karg, was re-elected as co-chair of the Nazarene Student Leadership Association (NSLA) at an international conference on Saturday, April 9.

The co-chair acts as a leader among leaders, heading up the annual Nazarene Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) for the executive student councils members from 11 Nazarene colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.

Karg served as co-chair this past year. He was nominated for re-election by another student body president and was voted in by the members of NSLA.

He and Olivet’s 10 new executives attended NSLC at Ambrose University College in Canada from April 5 to April 10.

Clayton resigns from PLNU ASB

By Jessica Cohea

Todd Clayton, a senior at Point Loma Nazarene University, announced to the student body that he is stepping down as their Associated Student Body Director of Spiritual Life.

Clayton told The Point Weekly, PLNU’s student newspaper, he resigned because he’s tired, not because he was asked to.

“I need to attend to my person apart from my role [as spiritual life director],” he said.

Clayton expects to be paid in full for his time on ASB this year, according to The Point Weekly. He said he has done all of the work already.

Clayton recently announced to the PLNU community that he is gay. He is now working to establish a gay-straight alliance at PLNU.


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