Hello Fellow Bobcats!
My name is Lindsay Murdock and I am excited to serve as your student body President this year! I was born in Glacier National Park and I moved to Mt. Airy, Maryland when I was 9. My love of Montana and the outdoors brought me back to MSU for a degree in Sociology. I have spent the past three years getting involved in everything from NECO to Residence Life to ASMSU, and I encourage you to do the same.
Getting involved has helped me to cultivate my passions and has given me hands on experience with organizations that I otherwise would not have had. It has also allowed me to move forward with representing marginalized communities on this campus. Through my experience in ASMSU this past year I have served on a number of committees and task forces that have allowed me to represent our under-served populations and I am looking forward to another year of doing so.
If there is anyway in which you feel I can better represent you and your needs, please feel free to stop by my office next to the AskUs desk in the SUB or email me at email@example.com.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!
In Blue and Gold,
The President and the Vice President are also both recognized members of the Montana Associated Students (MAS) which acts as an advisor to the Montana University System (MUS) Board of Regents in matters directly and indirectly affecting the students of the MUS, and contains representation from each campus in the MUS. For more information, please visit the MAS web site at www.montanaassociatedstudents.org