Boise State students re-elected their student body president, with 51 percent of the vote in a team of three candidates, and selected new campus leaders in a two-day election March 19-20. Winners were announced at noon Friday, March 22 and will take office on April 10.
In addition to electing new Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) executive officers, students also ratified minor revisions to the Constitution. The changes include: Increasing the responsibilities of the secretary of student organization affairs to include serving as chair of the Student Funding Board; Moving responsibilities that previously fell under the presidents role to the vice president to improve organizational communication and changing the ethics officer role to be a voting member on the Student Funding Board
Newly elected officers are:
President and Vice President Ryan Gregg and Bryan Vlok
Gregg is a junior from Boise majoring in political science. This is his second term as president; he also previously served as an ASBSU senator and student assembly speaker. He is a member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity and has been involved with Honors College and the Political Science Association. Vlok is a junior from Durban, South Africa, studying business administration. He previously served as ASBSU speaker of the assembly and as president of the Sigma Chi fraternity. He also has been a volunteer for Student Programs Board, a marketing intern with Boise State Athletics and an employee of the Student Union Information Desk.
Assembly Speaker Lauren Albright
Albright is a junior from Ocala, Fla., majoring in marketing.
Secretary of Academic Affairs Christopher Bower
Bower is a junior from Meridian majoring in social work.
Secretary of Student Organization Affairs Megan Buxton
Buxton is a junior from Caldwell majoring in mass communications.