Freshman elections under way

By Jocelyn FowBy Jocelyn Fowler
Reporter

The incoming freshman class is full of people who want to be heard.

The interest expressed in the thirteen senate seats and three class officer positions – president, vice president, and secretary/treasurer – available for the freshman class will likely produce a larger election than Student Government has seen in recent years.

The candidate filing period, which has been open since Aug. 28th, will conclude on Sept. 4. Arlington sophomore Dominic Edwards, sophomore senator and student government public relations chair, said he highly recommends becoming a member Student Senate to those looking to serve the Baylor community.

“It’s one of the best organizations on campus,” said Edwards. “It’s an opportunity to serve the university and students.”

Edwards said he also believes Student Senate is valuable to students who want to share their ideas, as student senators have the opportunity to create and submit bills related to their issues and concerns.

A mandatory meeting for candidates will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Baines Room on the second floor of the Dill Daniels Student Center.

Application forms can be found at: http://www.baylor.edu/SG/index.php?id=65000.

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The incoming freshman class is full of people who want to be heard.
The interest expressed in the thirteen senate seats and three class officer positions – president, vice president, and secretary/treasurer – available for the freshman class will likely produce a larger election than Student Government has seen in recent years.
The candidate filing period, which has been open since Aug. 28th, will conclude on Sept. 4. Arlington sophomore Dominic Edwards, sophomore senator and student government public relations chair, said he highly recommends becoming a member Student Senate to those looking to serve the Baylor community.
“It’s one of the best organizations on campus,” said Edwards. “It’s an opportunity to serve the university and students.”
Edwards said he also believes Student Senate is valuable to students who want to share their ideas, as student senators have the opportunity to create and submit bills related to their issues and concerns.
A mandatory meeting for candidates will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Baines Room on the second floor of the Dill Daniels Student Center.
Application forms can be found at: http://www.baylor.edu/SG/index.php?id=65000.