Campus organizations see new, returning leaders for next year

Tara Halbritter

Tara Halbritter

Towards the end of every school year, SDSU undergoes changes in leadership in different organizations around campus.

The University Program Council (UPC) rehired Kimberly Harer as president and hired new vice president Cy Fixen. Fixen will replace Alison Munsterman.

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) elected Andrew Walters as president and Adam Emerson as vice president. They are replacing Tim Wrenn and Casey Wonnenberg.

Jay Buchholz will return as the KSDJ station manager for one semester, and a new manager will be hired when Buchholz graduates in December.

The new editor-in-chief for the Collegian will be Kristin Marthaler, who is currently the editor of the Life section of the school newspaper

#1.885102:2357235812.jpg:ksdj.jpg:KSDJ is one campus organization that hired students for management positions to be filled next year.: