The Judicial Branch (or the Superior Court) oversees both the Executive Branch and the Legislative Branch. There is one Chief Justice and four additional associate justices.
Mr. Fell is currently a senior at Eastern Washington University. He will be graduating this December with a degree in Recreation Management and a minor in African Studies. This is Mr. Fell's fourth year serving for the ASEWU Superior Court and it has made a major impact on his life. He has enjoyed serving the students of this great university and is very proud to call EWU his school. Go Eags!
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Ms. Stiles is a junior pursuing a degree in Marketing with a minor in Communication Studies. She is very excited to be involved with the ASEWU Superior Court her second year and is continuing her goal of creating more unity on campus. She has gained so much knowledge, professionally and personally, during her time here and is ready to represent the student body this upcoming year. Go Eags!
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Ms. Lizbeth Ramirez is currently a senior pursuing a dual-degree in Business Management and Communications Studies. Over the course of the last two years that Ms. Ramirez has been involved with the ASEWU Superior Court, she has been very fortunate to take part in carious committees and events that encourage student involvement and leadership. She is excited about the opportunity to continue being part of these amazing organizations, and is looking forward to this year. Go Eags!
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Ms. Huff is a senior here at EWU, working towards her degree in Elementary Educations with majors in Elementary Reading and a minor in Special Education. Being a part of the ASEWU Superior Court will give Ms. Huff a change to give students a voice and let them know that their opinion matters. Ms Huff wants to get involved with the university and encourage students tot do the same. She hopes to create a fun and even better atmosphere for EWU students. Go Eags!
José Méndez is currently a senior at EWU and is double majoring in Criminal Justice & Sociology with a minor in Psychology. As a student of Eastern Mr. Méndez has committed himself to providing leadership and guidance to the student body and will continue to do so as a new member of the Judicial Branch of ASEWU. As a dedicated individual he hopes to inspire others to take the initiative to be heavily engaged and informed about the responsibilities and rights as a member of the university, while promoting the unity between students and faculty.
This position is currently open
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