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The Eyes of MSMS

The Vision

The Eyes of MSMS

The Vision

MSMS students elect new SGA senators for the 2023-2024 school year

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Nisa King
Senators attend the first Student Government Association meeting of the year. Senators represent the student body every Tuesday at 6 p.m. to amend and add bills to the MSMS handbook.

Twenty-eight new Student Government Association senators are ready to serve the student body following their elections on Aug. 31.

In the week before, SGA candidates campaigned and prepared speeches to present during the elections. Students elected four senators, two seniors and two juniors, for each floor of MSMS’s two residence halls. Residents ranked their top choices for both senior and junior candidates on online ballots. SGA Elections Commissioner Jules Gallo announced the results on Sept. 1. 

MSMS SGA senators for the 2023-2024 academic year include:

Goen Hall

Second Floor

  • Seniors: Sydney Beane and Sabrina Sims
  • Juniors: Samar Rahimi Rosas and Aliyiah Richey

Third Floor

  • Seniors: Laykin Dixon and Lucianna Marquez
  • Juniors: Grace Ann Courtney and Ava Bodmer

Fourth Floor

  • Seniors: Komal Patel and Gracyn Young
  • Juniors: Megan Colley and Aniyah Allen

Fifth Floor

  • Seniors: Ava Grace Noe and Jackie Smith
  • Juniors: Morgan Smith and Jennifer Bui

Frazer Hall

Second Floor

  • Seniors: Roman Luckett and Noah Curtis Lee
  • Juniors: Yash Malhotra and Teddy Lai

Third Floor

  • Seniors: Rushi Reddy Nalamalapu and Sai Narla
  • Juniors: Teagan Lotwala and Jose Brevil

Fourth Floor

  • Seniors: Tony Bradley and Marqueveon Quinn
  • Juniors: Ramse Jefferson and Max Thompson
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Stella Savell, Student Life Editor
Stella Savell is a member of the Class of 2024 and is originally from Corinth. She participates in GSA, Film Club and Baking Club. Journalism has always interested Stella, so having the opportunity to contribute to The Vision is especially exciting. Growing up as the oldest of four kids, Stella has always been opinionated and outspoken. Although she doesn’t know exactly what she wants a career in yet, one thing she does know is that she wants to travel everywhere. Traveling to places ranging from Italy to New Zealand, Switzerland and Greece and a million more around the world, Stella knows she wants to experience every culture and see everything the world has to offer. Until then, you can find her reading, watching old 90’s movies, skateboarding and listening to music.
Iris Xue, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Iris Xue, 2024 Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Vision, is a senior from Southaven, but her hometown is Toronto, Canada. She joined The Vision to devote her love of writing to keeping MSMS students informed. Outside of The Vision, Iris plays tennis for the MSMS Tennis Team and is involved with Mu Alpha Theta, French Club, and much more. When she’s not talking about math, she’s probably reading a good book, listening to the latest Taylor Swift album, volunteering with Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership or finding answers to seemingly impossible questions with her friends. 

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