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During recent student government elections at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, Amber Lewis, a secondary education major from O’Neill, and Grant Campbell, a secondary education major from Tecumseh, were elected student body president and vice president, respectively.
Lewis is beginning her fourth year of student government service. She began her career in campus politics at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where she served as the public relations director of the executive council and later as the chief administrator officer.
Elected last year to the UNK Student Senate as a representative of the College of Natural and Social Sciences, Lewis was selected by her colleagues as speaker of the senate.
Lewis has also been involved with the Facilities Advisory Committee, Gender Equity Committee, Student Retention and Success Committee, and Cornerstone UNK.
Campbell has also been involved in student government as an undecided/pre-professional senator, where he served as the Student Affairs Committee chair.
The public relations director of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, Campbell is also a member of the UNK Forensics squad.
Newly-elected student senators and the colleges they represent include: Jamie Christen of Minden and Brandon Flanigin of Aldie, Va., College of Business and Technology; Cade Craig of Minden and Brigham Becker of Axtell, College of Education; and Charles Whitten of Smithfield, Brittiney DePoy of Cozad and Kimberly Minnig of Herndon, Va., College of Natural and Social Sciences.