Student Government will have applications open for students interested in serving on the judicial board. The judicial board is responsible for hearing a wide variety of cases assigned by WT, ranging from dorm violations and disorderly conduct to Panhellenic and Inter-Fraternity Council issues.
There are six positions available, and students selected will serve under Student Chief Justice Audra Thurman.
“People see the bad side of us with fees and tuition, but we do good [as well]. We are very involved with Homecoming and we also put on the freshmen and graduate student elections,” said Thurman.
Serving as an associate justice is a good resume-builder, and is especially useful for those interested in political science or law, although any major is welcome to apply. Thurman said she understands students who aren’t planning on going into a career in politics or law may not want to be involved with Student Government.
“[Our reputation] is not quite what it should be,” said Thurman. “There is room for improvement. We’re here to represent the students, and I want to do it better.”
Applications are available in JBK 102. The deadline will be on Sept. 14, and interviews will be conducted on Sept. 15.