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New Student Government Association officers take oath of office

New officers of the Student Government Association are sworn in on April 27.

Congratulations to the students elected to the Student Government Association (SGA). The governing body represents Furman’s diverse undergraduate population and contributes to the positive development of the university community. The 50th Executive Council, elected on March 3, and class officers, elected on April 24, were sworn in on April 27.

New SGA President Griffin Mills ’21 is sworn in.

Executive Officers

President – Griffin Mills ’21 (Sustainability Science; Massapequa Park, New York)

VP – Roberta Moran ’21 (Neuroscience; Lexington, South Carolina)

Treasurer – Sarah Margaret Corley ’21 (Accounting; Mountain Brook, Alabama)

Secretary – Max Dudley ’21 (Politics & International Affairs; Phenix City, Alabama)

Class of 2021 Officers

President – Nan Perry (Health Sciences; Greensboro, North Carolina)

VP – Rachel Moss (Politics & International Affairs; Peachtree Corners, Georgia)

Treasurer – Sam Macey (Business Administration; Atlanta, Georgia)

Secretary – Autumn Hinze (Communication Studies; Tucker, Georgia)

Class of 2022 Officers

President – Joe Wilson (Undeclared; Franklin, Tennessee)

VP – Kevin Buccini (Spanish; Greensboro, North Carolina)

Treasurer – Emily Capeta (Economics; Uniontown, Ohio)

Secretary – Emily Miller (Neuroscience; Corbin, Kentucky)

Class of 2023 Officers

President – Josh Swope (Undeclared; Suwanee, Georgia)

VP – John Roper (Undeclared; Kennett Square, Pennsylvania)

Treasurer – Emma Hardin-Parker (Health Sciences; Spartanburg, South Carolina)

Secretary – Claire Gillaspy (Undeclared; Conway, Arkansas)

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