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.
My name is Nick Fell and I'm currently serving as the Chief Justice of the ASEWU Superior Court here at Eastern Washington University. I'm a junior expected to graduate in the spring of 2013 with a BA in Recreation Management and a minor in African Studies. Eastern Washington University is a great place and I will always work to make it a better place for all students. Go Eagles!
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A brilliant mind once said... "When you don't know what to do, do what you know to do". I may not know all there is in Webster's Dictionary, however I do know how to make a person feel welcomed and feel at home; two of which components are most vital and valuable here at EWU. Reason being, more than half the student body's families live out of town, generating an echoed "I'm home-sick" theme throughout campus. Hello, my name is Terezeta Graham. I am a senior here at EWU, pursuing a major in Government with an emphasis of Pre-Law and a minor in Sociology, in hopes of becoming a Family Law Attorney, Rebuilding the Family Structure. As your ASEWU Superior Court Justice #1, I plan to continue on the path of my predecessors of creating an atmosphere of family and friendship here at EWU. When everyone feels needed, appreciated and included, the fear of division is eliminated. With your help, let's do what we know to do and unite this campus! Go Eags!!
I am currently a junior at Eastern Washington University pursuing a degree in Business Administration with a minor in Communications. Working with the Associated Students of EWU has not only allowed me to gain personal and professional experience but has allowed me to work with an amazing team to provide the best representation to the student body and Start Something Big!
I am a senior at Eastern Washington University, working towards getting my BA in International Affairs and Government with emphasis in Pre-law. Being in ASEWU Superior Court gave me the opportunity to help the Student body to interpret the law, so that it may be fair for students and also give students voices that they may not have.
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.
Hello, my name is Kaylee Stiles. I am currently a sophomore here at Eastern Washington University pursuing a degree in Business Marketing with a minor in Communications. I transferred to this amazing university in the fall and could not be happier. Becoming a new member of the ASEWU Superior Court, as Court Clerk, I have been given the opportunity to be more involved with the university and gain a professional experience with an incredible team. I will do my best to help with creating more unity and friendships on our amazing campus. Go Eagles!
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