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August 21, 2001

St. Edward's University announces 2001-2002 Student Government Association cabinet

St. Edward's University announced the 2001-2002 officials for the Student Government Association (SGA). The SGA acts as a liaison between the student body and the administration through its work on University councils, boards and committees.

SGA is composed of representatives selected from the freshman, sophomore, junior, senior and graduate classes. Executive officers are elected at-large from the student body. Members also initiate projects designed to meet student needs.

St. Edward's University, founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross, is an independent, Catholic, liberal arts university of 3,800 students in Austin, Texas.

(Attachment: SGA officials listed by their respective office, hometown, major and high school.)

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St. Edward's University 2001-2002 Student Government Association

CHESTERFIELD, MISSOURI
Aries Sanders, junior executive, Marquette Senior High School

BERLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Cory L'Heureux, sophomore senator, Berlin Senior High School

AUSTIN, TEXAS
Josh Goodwin, junior senator
Kristen Langford, senior executive, Westlake High School
Amy McCown, vice president of intergovernmental affairs, Bowie High School

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS
Lucy Garcia, sophomore executive, Calallen High School

EAGLE PASS, TEXAS
Clarissa Morales, senior senator, Eagle Pass High School

EL PASO, TEXAS
Bianca Aguilar, sophomore senator, Loretto Academy High School

FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS
Amanda Westphal, sophomore senator, Marcus High School

HARLINGEN, TEXAS
Chuck Martinez, vice president of student affairs, Harlingen South High School

HOUSTON, TEXAS
Chris Wright, senior senator, Memorial Senior High School

KELLER, TEXAS
Dustin Gooch, sophomore executive, Keller High School

LA FERIA, TEXAS
Marili Cantu, senior senator, La Feria High School

ORANGE, TEXAS
Lekisha Gentry, president, Community Christian School

PRESIDIO, TEXAS
Joe Andy Mendoza, vice president of public affairs, Presidio High School

WILLIS, TEXAS
Katherine Morton, sophomore senator, Willis High School

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