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Coleman Brown Gaius Hardaway Betty Downs William Huckabay Sybil Durbin Charles E. Laing Glen F. Graves J. D. Theus STUDENT SENATE The Senate is composed of five student body officers, the presidents of the four classes, a representative from the non-fraternity students, a representative from the non-sorority students, a representative from the interfraternity council, and one from the Pan-Hellenic Council. These students comprise the student governing group en the campus. It is their purpose to legislate certain measures which will be of interest to the students, represent the student body to the faculty and school authorities, and in general to make conditions more pleasant for the students. The Senate is not an all powerful organization and has definite limitations in its authority, but the influence of the Senate is often more im- portant than the actual power to create or de- stroy. With student funds the Senate has pro- vided two dances for the student body, one celebrating Homecoming, and the other for the Founder ' s Day picnic and holiday. The World Student Service Fund was sponsored by the Senate in connection with other campus or- ganizations.
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A. B. Morris, Jr. Vice-President Rose Audrey Randall Coed Vice-President Sharon Miracle Secretary Sidney Williams Treasurer STUDENT BODY OFFICERS The Student Body officers serve also as the Student Senate officers. They are elected once a year in a general election held every spring. This past year the Student Body officers journeyed to Baton Rouge for a conference on student government. This conference was designed for student officers in the Southern and Southwestern Association of Student Government to get together and discuss mutual problems and compare the specific problems on each campus with those on others. Charles J. Stamper President
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Hubert G eason, Jr EditoT-in-Chiet (Jevi+eviarLj Reporters — Betty Joy Hamner, Beverley Stovall, Kathleen Lester, Bob Hubier, Jean Bently, Bob Haggart, and Joyce Youngblood. Exchange Editor, Bill McCleary.
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