resignation

BREAKING: SU vice president of administration resigns

Junior Sankalp Kapur resigned from his position as Student Union vice president of administration at 6:30 p.m. today, senior and SU President Kenneth Sng announced in a press release.

| Senior News Editor

SU executive Benton, VP of public relations, resigns

Brian Benton, Student Union vice president of public relations, has resigned his post effective immediately, SU announced in a press release Tuesday morning. Benton, a junior, tendered his resignation in a letter on Monday, citing personal reasons. According to SU’s press release, Benton “determined that his time could be more effectively used elsewhere.”

| Editor-in-Chief

Miller to resign as VP administration

On Tuesday, junior Kirsten Miller announced plans to resign from her position as Student Union’s vice president of administration because she will be spending next semester abroad. Miller’s resignation will take effect Nov. 21 in order to allow a smooth transition for her successor.

| News Staff

Mattea to resign as vice president of administration

Student Union Vice President of Administration Trevor Mattea announced Monday that he would be resigning from his post in two weeks. His resignation is the second for the Montana administration, raising questions about Student Union’s internal efficacy.

| News Editors

VP admin resigns due to frustrations with SU

In an 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.

| Staff Reporter

Hillel to welcome new leadership with new year

The executive director of the St. Louis Hillel at Washington University, Michael Landy, resigned on Monday morning.

| News Editor

Courtney Reeves, SU VP of public relations, resigns

Courtney Reeves, Student Union vice president of public relations, announced early this afternoon that she would be resigning her post, effective Sept. 9.

| Editor in Chief

Sen. Jeff Smith’s statement on resigning from the Mo. Senate

State Sen. Jeff Smith’s statement on resigning from office.

State Sen. Jeff Smith’s Letter of Resignation

Jeff Smith, a lecturer at Washington University and a Missouri state senator, resigned his post in the legislature and plead guilty to two felony charges related to his 2004 campaign for the U.S. congress. This is his letter of resignation.

State Sen. Jeff Smith resigns, pleads guilty to federal charges

Jeff Smith, a lecturer at Washington University and a Missouri state senator, resigned his post in the legislature earlier today after several weeks of speculation about a federal investigation.

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