2011-12 Student Association officers electedIn an election held April 7, the Harding University student body chose
Student Association members for the 2011-12 school year, including
Searcy resident Joshua Moran.
Junior exercise science major Bruce McMullen of Cape Town, South
Africa, was elected SA president, winning 53 percent of the total 951
student votes against his opponent.
“We are certainly excited to involve students with campus more,
provide mediums and solutions to any problems or issues the student
body possesses, and encourage unity amongst peers in an educational,
upbeat, and spiritual way so that we can all have what we deserve: the
best Harding experience,” McMullen said.
Junior English major Amanda Herren of Mobile, Ala., was elected SA
vice president, winning 58 percent of the total 804 student votes
against her opponent.
“I hope to work closely with the SA president as well as the other executive
officers and provide a voice for our student body,” Herren said. “I
plan to work closely with our class representatives to ensure that
they are staying connected with their respective classes, identifying
with and voicing the needs of the students with whom they share a
Senior exercise science major Claire Walker of Decatur, Ala., was
elected SA secretary. Junior political science and French double major
Amy Littleton of Raleigh, N.C., was elected SA treasurer. Junior
mechanical engineering major Jake Dowler of Camp Hill, Penn., was
elected senior men’s representative.
Sophomore political science major Kalvin Graham of Overland Park,
Kan., was elected junior men’s representative, winning against one
opponent with 57 percent of the total 184 student votes. Sophomore
early childhood education major Mattie Parten of Peachtree City, Ga.,
was elected junior women’s representative.
Freshman biochemistry and molecular biology major Joshua Moran of
Searcy was elected sophomore men’s representative, winning against one
opponent with 51 percent of the total 244 student votes.
Freshman child life major Kelli Mott of Tyler, Texas, was elected
sophomore women’s representative, winning against one opponent with 51
percent of the total 232 student votes
The Harding Student Association is a student-led executive committee
that serves to represent the student body and is made up of
student-elected officers and representatives from each class.