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San Antonio student elected to lead LSU Alexandria Student Government

by Baron Creighton | Jul 16, 2013
In campus-wide voting. Giovanni Rueda, a junior communication studies major from San Antonio, Texas, was elected Student Government Association president at LSU Alexandria for the 2013-14 academic year.

Released: 05/31/2013

In campus-wide voting. Giovanni Rueda, a junior communication studies major from San Antonio, Texas, was elected Student Government Association president at LSU Alexandria for the 2013-14 academic year.

Rueda also received the Middleton Award during this year’s Honors Convocation.

Other officers elected to serve in Student Government are vice president Jesse Elliott, a sophomore biology and wildlife sciences major from Knight Community, and treasurer Domenica Burgess, a business major from Alexandria.

Dr. Ginger Jones, Student Government faculty advisor and professor of English, said the organization exists to “advocate for, and express the interests of, LSUA students.” Students interested in becoming a Student Government senator should contact Jones at gjones@lsua.edu or Rueda at grueda001@lsua.edu.

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