Ole Miss KA Elected to Student Body Senate
Jordan M. Coopwood (Alpha Upsilon–Mississippi ‘15) was elected by the student body to one of two political senate seats of the Associated Student Body at the University of Mississippi.
“I chose to run for Associated Student Body Senate with hopes of achieving better student involvement and more accurate representation,” Jordan stated. “I have felt that recent changes to Ole Miss’s campus have been decided on without much student knowledge or vote. As senator I now plan to reduce this gap and hope to see more student participation in campus elections.”
Members of the Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order at the University of Mississippi have consistently become leaders all throughout campus in the last few years.
“KA promotes campus involvement and good leadership,” Jordan noted when asked about KA’s emphasis on campus involvement. “All of our founders and successful alumni can be seen in various leadership positions, whether it is spiritually, on campuses, and even in their career endeavors. I specifically felt obligated to be involved here at Ole Miss being an Alpha Upsilon member. Over the recent years a significant amount of our members have held campus leadership positions and I wanted to continue our tradition. I hope future KA’s will do the same and give back.”