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SGA announces spring election results

Ali Costellow
Students cheer for Senator at Large Jaden Marshall after being announced as the Intercultural Student Engagement Center Senator for the 24th Senate on Wednesday, April 17 in the Senate Chamber in DSU. “I’ve done everything in my power, I’ve said it 100 times, to be for the students,” Marshall said. “So, not only to win, but to hear that reaction for me by the other students is just something that shows people actually care about me [and] really support me.”

The WKU Student Government Association announced the 34 students elected into the 24th Senate at midnight Wednesday, April 17, at an election results event in the Senate Chamber in DSU and through their Instagram account.

Over 60 students were listed on the ballot for the SGA spring 2024 general election.

The election results are as follows. 


Senior Senators

Annie Finch

Anne-Marie Wright

Jenna Wells

Junior Senators

Rush Robinson

Maggie Yelton

Ryan Dilts

Sophomore Senators

Savanna Kurtz

Caroline Yates

Jade Ismail

Potter College of Arts & Letters Senator

Sophia Bryant

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences Senator

John King

Gordon Ford College of Business Senator 

Van Zing

College of Health and Human Services Senator

Sarah Vincent

Ogden College of Science & Engineering Senator

Madison Payne

Intercultural Student Engagement Center Senator 

Jaden Marshall

First Generation Senator

Bradley Wagoner

Transfer/Non-Traditional Senator

Emily Ferrier

Senators at Large

Brodie Young

Ella Wooten

Malick Ibrahim

Gabe Jerdon

Karisha Petty

Hannah Evans

Guan Zhou Sim

Eli Carter

Micah Poole

Myricle Gholston

Preston Jenkins

Thomas Pabin

Chloe Ralston

Jax Price

Administrative Vice President

Ethan Taylor 

Executive Vice President

Donté Reed

Student Body President

Sam Kurtz

Kurtz said he looks forward to the amount of new senators in the 24th Senate.

“SGA has a great opportunity to be great next year,” Kurtz said. “I just hope we can stay true to our core values, to just helping the students and being for the students.”

Assistant News Editor Ali Costellow can be reached at [email protected] 

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