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UW Students Elect New President, Senators

April 19, 2021
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Hunter Swilling, left, and Colter Anderson, both from Cheyenne, were elected ASUW president and vice president, respectively. (UW Photo)

University of Wyoming students have elected Hunter Swilling, a current junior studying molecular biology and physiology, from Cheyenne, as president of the Associated Students of UW (ASUW).

Colter Anderson, a current junior in economics, also from Cheyenne, was elected vice president.

Swilling will preside over the student government that oversees a budget of more than $1 million, including funding for a variety of student programs. He also will serve as an ex-officio member of the UW Board of Trustees.

UW students also elected ASUW senators, who serve on various committees and represent their colleges in budgetary and policy matters affecting all UW students.

Senators, listed by hometown and college represented, are:

Aurora, Colo. -- Julian Dawkins, Engineering and Applied Science; and Brittany Stadler, Business.

Big Timber, Mont. -- Dylan Laverell, Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Burlington -- Callee Catlin, Health Sciences.

Burns -- Wyatt Ebben, Business.

Casper -- Bastian Hansen, Engineering and Applied Science.

Cheyenne -- Bridger Bogus, Arts and Sciences; Kathryne Carrier, Agriculture and Natural Resources; Anthony Pappas, Engineering and Applied Science; Courtney Titus, Education; and Jason Wilkins, Education.

Gillette -- Saber Smith, Arts and Sciences.

Keller, Texas -- Jacob Dawson, Business.

Laramie -- Hazel Homer-Wambeam, Arts and Sciences; and Suyasha Pradhanang, Health Sciences.

Modesto, Calif. -- John Houghton, Arts and Sciences.

Montara, Calif. -- Michaela McGee, Education.

Morrill, Neb. -- Jayden Harvey, Engineering and Applied Science.

Nigeria -- Amblessed Nwokejiobi, Arts and Sciences.

Oklahoma City, Okla. -- Hannah Rhymes, Arts and Sciences.

Parker, Colo. -- Madison Engelby, Arts and Sciences.

Powell -- Sierra Sanders, Health Sciences.

Rapid City, S.D. -- Autumn Knight, Arts and Sciences.

Seattle, Wash. -- Benjamin Newell, Arts and Sciences.

Sioux City, Iowa -- Noah Engel-Cartie, Arts and Sciences.

Springview, Neb. -- Sterling Bowers, Law.

Ten Sleep -- Zayne Cooper, Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Whittier, Calif. -- Riley Talamantes, Arts and Sciences.

Wildomar, Calif. -- Haley Harris, Health Sciences.

Windsor, Colo. -- Taeya Lobato, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources.

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