The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, December 02, 2005, Image 6

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Meet the new Executive Board of the ASCC Contributed photo Newly elected ASCC Executive Board officers from left to right: Nick Leslie (treas­ urer), Scout Murphy (president), Emily Porter (vice President), and Aaron Baker (secretary). By Ann Goldes Staff Writer Elections for the Executive Board of the Associated Students of Carroll College took place Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005, and the results are in! Congratulations to our new Executive Board! The new ASCC President is Scout (Kelly) Murphy, the Vice President is Emily Porter, the Secretary is Aaron Baker and the Treasurer is Nick Leslie. Scout is a senior political sci­ ence and theology major from Emmett, Idaho. She has most recently held the position of Carroll College ASCC Vice President. Under this title she has served the Carroll community by representing Carroll students to the college faculty, staff, adminis­ tration, and the Helena communi­ ty. When asked why she thinks she will be a good representative to Carroll College, its students and Free Medical/Dental School Plus $1279.00 a month! The Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) provides: 100% Tuition, Books and Fees $1279 Stipend Pay Commission as an Army Officer For more information about Army Medical Department opportunities please call: SFC Michael S. Lehman U.S. Army Health Care Team Office: (509) 484-6471 Cell: (877) 722-2316 Toll Free Email: Friday,- December 2? 2005- DIAMOND 1/5 et H color Round Brilliant cut ill their priceJ 55f B ours 1/2 et SiQclarity E color Ideal Princess cut 8 8 0 ours Round Brilliant cut their price $ 5 4 0 0 ours $ 1 2 9 5 Tungsten Rings their price $ 5 0 7 ours $ 1 9 5 Also Titanium rings in stock CALL for vour appointment 449-G0LD(4653) Since 1984 * G tM lm Torn Cditer • 1 Items subject to prior sale. All diamonds are certijie1 Offers good until 12115 D i a m o n d D r e a m W h e s d its mission Scout replied, \1 embrace, and believe 1 share, many of Carroll's greatest values. I want to see students grow, as Carroll's mission does. I under­ stand the mission statement of the College, and especially support its endeavors toward social justice. I share much in common with Carroll students and I do think I know this institution, its desires, and its students well enough to represent it abroad.\ Emily Porter is a junior Environmental Studies major from Arlee, Mont. In high school she was Arlee High School's senior class president and is currently one of Carroll College's junior class Senators. When asked what values and characteristics she will bring to Carroll College ASCC student government Emily answered, \I am hard-working and enthusiastic when I work on proj­ ects, and I like a challenge. I am one of those people who does not like to hear that she cannot do something. I am more likely to go to it if someone tells me I can't! I am also always willing to listen and offer a hand if someone needs help with anything.\ Aaron Baker is a junior busi­ ness management major from Great Falls, Mont. He has had two years of senate experience, two years presidency and one year of secretary experience from his high school. He is also a current junior ASCC senator. Aaron says, \I will bring good work ethic. I will make sure that I do not stop until the job is done and that the students are satisfied with my product. I bring the great asset of a team player because I believe that unless one is surrounded by team players then nothing can be accomplished.\ Nick Leslie is a sophomore his­ tory, ethics and values major from Austin, Texas. He is the current president of the CCF (College Christian Fellowship), and an offi­ cer for People for Progress. When asked what about Carroll he most wants to change Nick answered, \There are a few minor things I would like to see changed at Carroll, facilities and student liv­ ing for the most part. Our class­ rooms are nearly a decade behind most colleges and we are running a very impractical system as far as laundry, security, and student access to facilities goes. With access to the budget I would be able to propose feasible, cost effective changes to both the stu­ dent government as well as the board of trustees to help remedy our deficiencies.\ . .................. VOLUME.89/NO 13- -

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 02 Dec. 2005, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.