Cowell named president of Student Government Association at Culver-Stockton College

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Madison Cowell, a political science major from Havana, Ill., recently was elected president of the Student Government Association at Culver-Stockton College for the 2019-20 academic year.

CANTON, Mo. – Madison Cowell, a political science major from Havana, Ill., recently was elected president of the Student Government Association at Culver-Stockton College for the 2019-20 academic year.

Also elected were vice president K.T. Seth, a biology major from West Linn, Ore.; secretary Megan Erickson, a legal studies major from Port Byron, Ill.; parliamentarian Shelby Clinging, a legal studies and psychology major from Fowler, Ill.; and treasurer Kyle Edwards, an elementary education major from Fenton, Mo.

Elected as senators at-large were Brandon Davis, an elementary education major from Edwardsville, Ill.; Shaq Barker, a business administration major from Bridgetown, Barbados; Lauren Paisley, a psychology and pre-occupational therapy major from Mount Sterling, Ill.; Madeleine Mennemeyer, a criminal justice and legal studies major from Troy, Mo.; and Carter Knake, a media communication major from Havana.

Elected as residence life senators were Taryn Hutcherson, an elementary education and early childhood major from Moline, Ill.; and Drew Klocke, a biological chemistry major from Ewing, Mo.

Kacey Merriett, a mathematics major from Springfield, Mo., was elected as a Greek life senator.

Contact Chris Gill at 573-288-6334 or cgill@culver.edu for more information about the Student Government Association.

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For more information, contact David Adam, Media Content Specialist, at dadam@culver.edu or 573-288-6312.