Our 2017-2018 President and Vice President will be Kylar Clifton and Micah McFeely!

Elected Senators are as follows:


  • Brant J. Marsh

Arts and Architecture 

  • Stephen (Alex) Lei


  • Sunirp Rehal
  • Noah Leckie

Education, Health, and Human Services

  • Katee Orr
  • Madison Kuehn


  • Paige Driscoll
  • Theodore Grover 
  • Taylor Blossom
  • Ian Eastes

Letters and Sciences

  • Caitlyn Heinrich
  • Rachel Juel
  • Scott Killian
  • Warren Krone


  • Zak Anderson

University Studies 

  • Natalee Wheeler

At Large

  • Bradley Jones
  • Karl Swenson
  • MacKenzie DuBeau
  • Molly Baird
  • Natalie Abbot 

Bookstore Board of Directors

  • Bradley Jones

Meet your 2017-2018 Student Government!

President and Vice President


Kylar Clifton


My name is Kylar Clifton and I am running for ASMSU President. I am a third-year student in the College of Letters and Science. I am majoring in Economics with minors in Business Finance and Political Science. I am originally from Great Falls, Montana. I am an Assistant Resident Director for Residence Life, a member of the Honors College, and a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. 


Micah McFeely


My name is Micah McFeely and I am running for ASMSU Vice President. Currently, I am a second year student in the College of Education Health and Human Development and Department of Economics double majoring in Community Health and Economics. I am originally from Whitefish, Montana. My roles on campus include being an Honors College student, Resident Advisor in Yellowstone Hall, Safe Zone Trainer, Sustained Dialogue Moderator, and prior VOICE Center Advocate and Peer Educator.



Karl Swenson


Who do you want representing you? Someone with leadership experience? Someone with an appetite for cheesy puns? My name is Karl Swenson and I’m a sophomore mechanical engineer. I served in the Senate this year and I’m looking to continue my work next year. As a member of the Spirit of the West Marching Band, Circle K, and as a student tutor, I represent a wide variety of students and I hope to have your vote once again.


Molly Baird


Hello! My name is Molly Baird and I'm from Denver, Colorado.  I'm currently a second year Statistics major running for Senator at Large. I have worked with multiple student organizations on campus, and also as a civilian with the Montana legislature. I am very interested in student government, and I am most passionate about listening to and representing all populations in the student body. If elected I would work hard to better our university for the entirety of it's students.


Natalie Abbot


Natalie Abbot, a life-long Montanan, is an active 4-H’er, National Level Ambassador, and a Montana State Cowboy Shooting Champion. At MSU she has been an Orientation leader and Peer advisor, is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta honor society, a Pink Glove Boxer, and a regular at Country Dance club. When not studying Natalie can be found outdoors with friends enjoying adventures. Running “At-Large” her view on being a senator is “I don’t care about politics; I care about people.”


Brad Jones


Hey Bobcats! My name is Bradley Jones, and I’m a senior from Kalispell, MT studying Civil Engineering. I know how much we all love incumbents, but here I am… I’ve served as an At-Large Senator two years, and last year the Senate elected me to serve as the Senate Speaker. In that time, I worked closely with students and senators to pass legislation and make the students’ voice heard. I strongly believe in active participation in government, so I hope you all vote!


MacKenzie DuBeau


My name is MacKenzie DuBeau and I am a junior studying Cell Biology and Neuroscience. I am originally from Billings, Montana but I now call Bozeman home. I am a proud Pi Beta Phi and an active member of the Greek community. In my spare time I enjoy hiking and traveling, especially to the nearby National Parks. I have loved my time here at Montana State, and I’m looking forward to giving back to the MSU community through ASMSU.



Brant Marsh


Greetings! My name is Brant Marsh and I am running to be the new College of Agriculture Senator. I am the fifth generation of family to be raised in Sheridan Montana. My family has been raising Angus cattle, wheat, barley, and all kinds of hay in the Ruby Valley from our start in the 1890’s. I love the Montana way of life and hope to play a part in it for future generations.

Arts and Architecture


Alex Lei

Teacher, Department

My name is Alex Lei and I am a junior in the film program at MSU with a minor in philosophy. Over the last 3 years, I have been a staff writer at the Exponent, a grassroots organizer, and activist who helps fosters leadership and advocates for all students. I running to give a strong voice for the students in Arts & Architecture in ASMSU.



Sunirp Rehal


Hello Bobcats, my name is Sunirp Rehal. I am an International Student from Punjab, India. I am a Business Management Major in the JJJCBE. I have served as a Student Associate at the MSU Leadership Institute for the past two semesters. I am a highly engaged student and have been the cultural secretary for Indian Student Association providing my expertise at big events such as India Night that are focused on student engagement across the MSU campus.


Noah Leckie

Hi, my name is Noah Leckie. I am a junior perusing a degree in accoutering. I grew up in Konigstien, Germany with my three brothers and four sisters. In the winter I like to watch movies especially musicals and POWER-NAP!! In the summer I like to mountain board Bozeman’s amazing trails. When it comes to school, I live at the Book Castle (the Library) and can be found in the corner by the IT center. Come by and say hi!



Madison Kuehn


Madison Kuehn is running for re-election as a senator representing the college of EHHD. Madison is a freshman studying Community Health and while at MSU has been involved with Spirit Squad, SHAC, KGLT, and Legal Services. On rare occasions when not on campus, she volunteers through Zocalo and works at a Daycare with future Bobcats. If re-elected she hopes to expand opportunities for internships and classes for EHHD students of all majors and be a voice to represent her constituents.


Katee Orr


Hey y’all! I’m Katee and I’m thrilled to be running for ASMSU Senate with the opportunity to represent the students in the College of Education, Health and Human Development! My leadership experience on Hapner Hall Council, lobbying at the Montana Capitol with ASMSU to advocate for students’ needs, Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority Leader’s Cabinet, and working at the United States Senate in Washington, D.C. have given me the skills to fight for my constituency and enact change at MSU!



Ian Eastes


Hello, my name is Ian Eastes, and I am a junior in Industrial Engineering. As your College of Engineering Student Senator, I will work to promote and support clubs, activities, and students facilitating research. Hopefully, this will move MSU back on track to its Top Tier Status as a research university. By regaining a premier status, job outlooks for outgoing students in the College of Engineering and students at Montana State University will improve as a whole. Vote Ian!!!


Paige Driscoll

Hello Bobcats! My name is Paige Driscoll and I am a junior studying Chemical Engineering and minoring in Hispanic Studies. I am running for ASMSU senate because I am passionate about Montana State. I stay involved on campus and in the community by participating in Advocats, Spanish Club, and volunteering around Bozeman. It would be a pleasure to serve you as a senator in the College of Engineering and give back to the university that has given me so much.

Taylor Blossom

My name is Taylor Blossom, I am pursing a chemical engineering degree with a dual major in economics. I am heavily involved in several extracurricular activities on campus, specifically Engineers Without Borders, grant writing committee, and Hall Council. I enjoy skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, camping, hunting, and most any outdoor activity I have access to. When I am not outside, or in classes, I work in a biological engineering lab on campus, or volunteer at Bozeman High School.

Theodore Grover

Hello, my name is Theodore Grover.  I am majoring in Civil Engineering, Bio-Resources Option and will be a senior this fall.  I currently serve as one of the ASMSU College of Engineering Senators and am running again because it is so awesome.  I am committed to ensuring our student government spends our student fees responsibly and works to make our campus an even greater place for all students to learn productively. 

Letters and Science


Warren Krone


Hello Bobcats! My name is Warren Krone and I am a Political Science major running to represent and serve as your 2017-2018 Senator for the College of Letters and Science. Growing up in Great Falls, Montana I’ve always had a strong passion for beautiful landscapes, the outdoors, and good people; making MSU an easy choice to pursue an education. My previous experience with leadership, both as a Student Senate President at my previous college and past Montana State FFA Officer, has prepared me to serve ASMSU and all its students should I be elected.


Caitlyn Heinrich


My name is Caitlyn Heinrich, I am a Sophomore studying International Relations in Political Science. I am in Model United Nations Club and Pi Beta Phi. I enjoy volunteering in our community and working with greek life, fundraising for philanthropies. I am from Bend, Oregon and love being outdoors.


Rachel Juel

Hi, I’m Rachel Juel; I graduated with only 17 students in rural Montana. I loved school, but had few opportunities. Now, as a junior studying Biochemisty and Astrobiology, a SmartyCats Tutor, STATS 216 TA, and Honors Fellow, I dedicate time to my peers to ensure we all receive the education we deserve. As an Ambassador and potential Senator for the College of Letters and Science, I strive to modify CORE to reflect our interests, not just those of the university.

Scott Killian

Scott is a sophomore studying Cellular Biology and Neuroscience in the prestigious College of Letters and Science. He spent the 2016-2017 academic year representing his college on the ASMSU senate and is seeking re-election. During his term he tirelessly pushed for a climbing wall expansion (which students will now vote on) and the addition of a Women, Infants, and Children’s (WIC) clinic on campus. His future projects include expanding Student Health Services as well as partnering with the College of Arts and Architecture to use student research as an art medium. With one year already under his belt Scott is determined to improve MSU and would love to represent you on the ASMSU senate.



Zak Anderson


My name is Zak Anderson and I’m a freshman from Belt Montana majoring in Nursing. When I’m not at work or at school I like being outdoors or just relaxing. Growing up I’ve always had a drive to lead and serve in various volunteer roles. I am a very motivated and determined individual with a passion to help others. It is for these reasons that I would like to serve MSU students as Nursing Senator with ASMSU. 

University Studies


Natalee Wheeler


As a freshman at MSU, Natalee Wheeler is currently in the University Studies program. Her ideal life consists of being a traveling yogi who drinks smoothies 24/7 and is fluent in Español. Experience with National Honor Society, 4-H, and student government has inspired her to be active in leadership and teamwork. She loves community service and is looking forward to becoming more actively involved on campus through clubs like SNow, Backcountry Squatters, the FRC, and ASMSU.


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