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<p>Pictured: Timmy Wotring (L) and Matthew Lanning (R), the new President and Vice President for OUSG.</p>
<p>Source: The official OUSG Instagram account.</p>
Pictured: Timmy Wotring (L) and Matthew Lanning (R), the new President and Vice President for OUSG. Source: The official OUSG Instagram account.

OUSG announces newest student representatives for 2022-23 school year

Otterbein's yearly elections have concluded with new leadership at the top of the OUSG

As another school year comes to a close, Otterbein University’s Student Government (OUSG) needed new representatives from the student body to fill positions. The ballot forms for the spring election were sent out early in March, and the results are in. As of March 27, 2022, the new occupants of the positions are as follows. 

President of OUSG: Timmy Wotring 

Vice President: Matthew Lanning 

Secretary: Claire Sauer 

Treasurer: Mary Liddle 


Academic Senators: Bella Amico and Wes Utsler 

At-Large Senators: Madi Kiraly and Lukas Patel 

2nd Year Senator: Brooke Caldwell 

3rd Year Senators: Abigail Lacanilao and Elliot Heye 

Residency Senators: Sarita Pattisam (Commuter), Harrison Eckels (Off-Campus) 

Student Org. Senator: Maggie Prucha (Creative & Performing Arts) 

“We’re most excited about making students more aware of campus resources that they might not have heard of,” OUSG’s new Vice President Matthew Lanning said, “We’re also excited about having a change-driven attitude as an exec [executive] team, and as a student government body as a whole.” 

With their goals being set on information and being more inclusively oriented, the new OUSG team is ready to show the community what they can do. “We’re really hoping to leave a lasting impact," Lanning said, "We’re not here just to make temporary changes.” 

The Wildcard Weekly Rewind with Ellie Newman (April 27, 2022)

On this week's rewind, hear about The Promise House Swipes Program and Hannah Brown's thoughts on racial equality at Otterbein.

Here's Ellie's Top 5 Things to Look Out For:

1. Thursday, April 28: The Doggie Destresser will be located outside the Otterbein Library from 12-1pm

2. Friday, April 29: The COVID Testing Center closes

3. Saturday, April 30: Women's Tennis will be competing against Mount Union at 1pm

4. Saturday, April 30: Softball will be competing against John Carol at 1pm and 3pm

5. Saturday, April 30: Baseball will be competing against John Carol at 1pm

Have a great summer! Tune in again during fall semester for more Wildcard Weekly Rewinds!

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