Centennial Perspectives

Student Life: Student Government

The Student Council was founded in 1936.  Each class continued to elect officers to lead and organize its social activities.  By this time, students also felt a need for a university-wide governing organization to work on common problems and to represent the student voice to faculty and administration.  

Student Council, 1930-1939


President    Dale Kellogg
Vice President Bill Jansen
Secretary Frances Woodworth


President Earl W. Cryer
Vice President Frances Woodworth
Secretary Margaret Zaug


President George Squire
Vice President Earl Cryer
Secretary Arthur Shanley


President Elmer Cryer
Vice President Lyman Keown
Secretary Darl Gatchell

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