Bailey Dalton and Schuyler Bradley to be Snow College’s New Student Body Officers

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Snow elects Bailey Dalton and Schuyler Bradley as next year's Student Body President and Vice President. Photo Courtesy of Schuyler Bradley

Snow elects Bailey Dalton and Schuyler Bradley as next year’s Student Body President and Vice President. Photo Courtesy of Schuyler Bradley

Did the candidates you voted for win? On Friday March 4, Snow College students found out who their New President and Vice-President would be for the upcoming school year. Bailey Dalton was elected as Snow College’s new Student Body President, with Schuyler Bradley elected as Vice-President.

Dalton and Bradley focused their presidential campaign around the theme of “Making Your Mark”. As new student body officers they want to make sure that Snow College leaves a positive impact on the students around campus. Dalton and Bradley said that, “As a presidency, our goal is to increase campus involvement through diverse and empowering experiences.”

Dalton and Bradley were inspired to run for student body presidency after recognizing the impact that Snow College has made on them individually. They explained, “We, in turn, want to facilitate opportunities for other students to have experiences that will also impact their lives.”

Being elected as President and Vice-President of Snow College takes perseverance and hard work. Dalton and Bradley have previously participated in other leadership roles, which have paved the way for the position they currently hold. They have both been involved in the Freshman Leadership Team as a branch to the Student Body Advocate team. They have also been able to participate in Snow College’s committee meetings, where activities are planned for the student body.

Dalton and Bradley both expressed their excitement for beginning the new school year as Student Body Officers, “We are looking forward to being examples for the students and campus as a whole, as well as serving the student body of Snow College.”

Alyssa Brunson is from Altamont, Utah. She was a member of the yearbook staff at her high school for four years. As a freshman, her hobbies include reading and boating. Her plans for after Snow College include transferring to Southern Utah University as a marketing major.

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