Associated Student Government's new leadership is looking to make an impact

The start of Fall semester is nearly here at ESU and the Associated Student Government's new leadership is already getting to work.
The new ASG President, Junior Sociology major Megan McReynolds is already starting work on Can the Bods Food Drive.
Emporia State has won the competition the last few years and McReynolds hopes to sustain the winning streak. ASG Vice President, Sophomore Communication major Jacob Miller, says running for the position was an easy choice.
McReynolds and Miller have many plans for reviving and starting new programs on campus. ESU semester will kick off in just over a week, with Move-In Day August 17 and classes will start on August 21.