Savannah Frasier of Limon, Colorado, was elected by the Hastings College student body as the 2022-23 Student Association (SA) president. Frasier is a senior majoring in psychology. She’s also a head resident assistant in Altman Hall, and is in Psi Chi and Alpha Kappa Delta, the psychology and sociology honor societies, respectively. She’s also served as an assistant resident assistant, a CORE100 peer facilitator, a campus tour guide, SA treasurer and was a member of Senate where she received the “Outstanding Senator” award.
Working with Frasier will be Ayriel Brown-Love as the vice president, Ally Banks as secretary, Jordyn Duffy as treasurer and Eli Baker as parliamentarian.
Brown-Love is a junior from Omaha, Nebraska, majoring in exercise science. This fall she will be a resident assistant in Altman Hall, a CORE100 peer facilitator, a campus tour guide, member of the tennis team and on staff at the Campus Connect Desk. She previously was an assistant resident assistant and a member of the senate.
A junior from Shawnee, Kansas, Banks is majoring in English. She is a Scott Scholar and a member of the forensics team, and has participated in Model United Nations and has been a member of the senate.
Duffy, a junior from Colorado Springs, Colorado, is a biochemistry major and a member of the women’s tennis team and Alpha Chi, the academic honor society. She has served as a chemistry and biology tutor and as a research assistant in the chemistry department.
A junior from Lincoln, Nebraska, Baker is majoring in business administration and finance. He is a first year residential experience resident assistant in Babcock Hall, and has served as an assistant resident assistant in Altman Hall, a senator and as student manager for the Hastings College cheer team.
Hastings College is a four-year residential college that focuses on student academic and extracurricular achievement. Hastings’ student-centered initiatives include providing books, an iPad and a two-week study away experience at no additional cost. A block-style semester schedule allows professors and students to focus on fewer classes at a time and promotes hands-on experiences. Discover more at hastings.edu.