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A new host of students will be serving on the Student Government Association at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette during the upcoming semester.

These students and their hometowns include:

Arnaudville: Amanda Latiolais, president, Education; Katherine Stelly, senator, Liberal Arts; Daniel Mayard, senator, Business Administration;

Atlanta, Ga.: Theo Stripling, senator, Nursing;

Broussard: Katie Falcon, senator, Education;

Carencro: Mindy Boudreaux, senator, Liberal Arts; Ramon Boudreaux, president, Engineering;

Eunice: Conan Moody, senator, Sciences;

Houston, Texas: Ashley Serrett, senator, Nursing;

Kaplan: Shannon Buller, senator, Business Administration;

Lafayette: Jerry Babb, senator, Engineering; Cody Bertrand, senator, General Studies; Mallory Broussard, senator, Arts; Megan Broussard, senator, Liberal Arts; Patrick Broussard, senator, Engineering; Leslie Clark, senator, Liberal Arts; Katie Dallas, president, Business Administration; Corey Gros, president, General Studies; Erin Hawkins, president, Arts; Katie Hitchcock, senator, Liberal Arts; Elise Landry, senator, General Studies; Sarah Lemaire, senator, Education; Sarah Molbert, senator, Business Administration; Matt Nguyen, senator, Sciences; Chris Orillion, senator, Arts; Katie Patin, senator, Education; Claire Pettit, SGA president; Neil Pettit, senator, Business Administration; Phillip Prouet, senator, Sciences; and Megan Roman, senator, Engineering;

Maurice: Joshua “Ernie” Perrodin, SGA vice president;

Morgan City: Jamey Arnette, senator, Liberal Arts;

Natchitoches: Caleb Williams, senator, Sciences;

New Iberia: Lindsey Dees, president, Nursing; Grant Guidry, senator, Sciences; Erin Legg, senator, Graduate School; and Shawntel Smith, senator, Nursing;

Opelousas: Matthew Billodeaux, senator, Business Administration; Laura Brownlee, senator, Liberal Arts; Lori Gautreaux, president, Sciences; and Mark Muller, senator, Business Administration;

Rayne: Scott Miller, president, Graduate School;

St. Martinville: Steven David, senator, Business Administration; Danielle St. Julien, president, Liberal Arts; and Rayna Wiltz, senator, Business Administration;

Scott: Amber Rourk, senator, Nursing;

Slidell: Sierra Dee, senator, Arts; Ashley Sanders, SGA treasurer;

Thibodaux: Justin Benoit, senator, Liberal Arts;

Youngsville: Jessica Hebert, senator, Education.