VP admin resigns due to frustrations with SU

| Staff Reporter

In a Student Union press release, the Executive Council announced that Trevor Mattea, vice president of administration,  would be resigning from his post, effective in two weeks. Mattea, a junior,  made the announcement to the Executive Council on October 16.

Mattea’s resignation is the second for the Montana Administration, following the resignation of Courtney Reeves, former vice president of public relations.

According to the release, in his role as vice president of administration, Mattea was hindered by the “bureaucratic structure of the Vice President of Administration” such that it became difficult “to make a noticeable difference in the lives of students.” Mattea cited a desire to make an “impact at Washington University” by using his “time and talents outside of Student Union.”

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