UMW News BureauASUMW Student Senate election results are in. Student Senate election results are in. Here are the four new ASUMW Student Senators: Beth Davis Freshman, psychology Involvement: Chi Alpha; STAND “After reading the requirements for the student senate application personal statement, I asked UMW students what their greatest concerns were. Many of them mentioned that the showers in Matthews Hall need to be updated. Other students told me of the lack of bike racks on campus and how congested they are at peak hours. Also, students mentioned how beneficial it would be to have teacher reviews made by other students and posted online. “As a UMW senator I would raise awareness on recycling as well as other world issues and help brainstorm innovative ideas to benefit the University of Montana Western.” Brian Jacobson Freshman; elementary education Involvement: Ambassadors Club; STAND “I feel the greatest concern for UMW students is not having wireless internet in the dorm rooms and all across campus. I have heard many complaints about this from some of the students and it seems to me to be a pressing issue. “I decided to run for student senate because I want to accomplish something during my freshman year, I want to meet more people on campus and I want to feel like I am part of something bigger.”
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