SGA president prepares for return of Homecoming

WLUs current SGA President.

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WLU’s current SGA President.

With no homecoming last year, SGA feels responsible to make this year’s events special.
Being a full-time student while fulfilling the obligations of Student Government Association (SGA) president can be a stressful job, but Mackenzi Jones is determined to offer new events for students.

“The pressure is definitely on,” says Jones.

Jones and the SGA executive board are introducing the first-ever Homecoming dress drive which is planned to take place on Oct. 13. Despite being a full-time human biology major, a member of Alpha Xi Delta, an AmeriCorps volunteer and a representative on the Board of Governors, Jones has managed to plan for all upcoming homecoming festivities. Her interest in being a voice of change for students led her to become SGA president and has continued to push her to make homecoming special for all West Liberty students.

Jones plans to use her involvement and leadership experience to get into medical school in hopes of becoming a psychiatrist.