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Albertson College of Idaho Students Go to Polls to Elect Leaders

2005. 05. 03.

Caldwell (ID) -- The votes have all been tallied and the Associated Students of Albertson College of Idaho have elected their leaders for the 2005-2006 school year.

Junior Sara Weller of Hayden, Idaho was elected to the office of president. Weller served as a director of the Program Council this year, and is very active in the Big Brother/Big Sister program on campus. Weller will succeed Jordan Komoto of Ontario, Oregon as president.

Also elected were sophomore Larry Olvera of Caldwell for Vice President, junior Allison Coonts of Mackay, Idaho for Secretary, sophomore Kyle Kunkler of Richland, Washington for Treasurer. Juniors Alex Philips and Jake McClean of Ontario, Oregon and Katie Webster of Boise were elected to serve as Intramural Directors. Sophomore Alika Hall of Boise and freshmen Seth Cole of Monmouth, Oregon, Jen Ward of Nampa and Sunny Davis of Caldwell were elected to be the directors of Program Council. Sophomores Ben Thomas of Boise and Ty Bequette of Eagle were elected to be directors of the Outdoor Program.

ASACI works in conjunction with the student senate to effect positive changes for the campus community as a whole. It governs student organizations, oversees the student newspaper and yearbook, budgets student fees and sponsors student activities and projects.

Albertson College of Idaho is the state's oldest and longest continuously accredited private, residential liberal arts and sciences institution. With an average class size of 10, students receive personal attention from faculty members dedicated to teaching. CofI was recently named a "Best Value" by the Princeton Review and was ranked 11 in the nation by the same publication for Professors Bring Material to Life, and was also ranked 11 in Intel's list of the most unwired campuses in the nation for its use wireless technology. CofI also recently received a $17 million grant from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation. More information about Albertson College of Idaho is available by calling 1-800-2C-IDAHO or visiting