From left to right: London Davis, Kaleigh Gable and Abigail Heuton. With COVID-19 making the fall semester unpredictable and scattered, many freshmen are looking for ways to get involved on campus. Many turned to SGA freshman senator applications and on Sept. 23, our SGA President announced that the freshman class will be represented by London Davis, Kaleigh Gable and Abigail Heuton. To become senators, the three had to campaign and strategize to win the votes of their class. Representing the freshman class, these three representatives want the student body to know who they are and what they hope to accomplish. London Davis is a social work, pre-law major and is from Mobile, Alabama. Davis decided to join SGA because she felt it would be a good way to get connected on campus. As a senator, Davis said, “I really hope to be a voice for my class because with COVID-19 there are so many struggles.” With COVID-19 making communication and connection harder for the freshman class, Davis hopes to bridge the gap. “I really want our community to be able to meet everyone. I hope to be able to plan events so our class can really get to know everyone,” stated Davis. Davis wants her peers to know that she is always open to hear comments and concerns about their ideas for the campus. Kaleigh Gable is an English major from Talladega,...Read More
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