Breaking News: Piña resigns 2011 presidency

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September 26, 2008

12:41 AM

Jazmine Piña ’11 resigned her position as sophomore class president tonight. Piña, citing stress and a desire to focus more time on studying and her family, leaves the SA on positive terms. She appointed Sarah Owermohle, class of 2011 vice president for advocacy as her successor.

“I love the SA,” Piña said. “I love a ton of the people and I think they do a great job, I just have other stuff I need to focus on.”

In an email to the Class of 2011, she wrote:

Dear Class of 2011,

As of tomorrow at noon I am resigning from my position of President of the Class of 2011. My decision has nothing to do with the Student Assembly or the College, but I have personal issues that have forced me to make one of the hardest decisions that I’ve ever had to make. I have the utmost confidence in Sarah Owermohle, your Vice President for Advocacy that will step in as President of the Class of 2011 and in your class officers and senators. You can trust that they will do a fantastic job with the remainder of the year.

Jazmine Pina

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