Since 1933, the Senate of the Associated Students has represented the students of the University of Nevada through a number of events, legislation and active community engagement.
The Senate meets every Wednesday at 5:30 pm in the Rita Laden Senate Chambers during the Fall and Spring Semester. To see the current meetings visit the meeting section.
Sarah Byrnes grew up in Reno, went to a local high school, and then made the decision to apply and attend Nevada after falling in love with the campus. She is currently a sophomore and a Criminal Justice Pre-Law major. Sarah has become incredibly involved around campus in various organizations. She loves spending time at the University attending different events and hanging out with friends. Nevada has so much to offer to all students so, Sarah has chosen to take many leadership roles in order to show her love of Nevada to other students. From her involvement in Student Ambassadors to her role in ASUN, Sarah is always working to make this University a better place.
Nicole Tomimatsu grew up in Cupertino, California. She recently transferred to the University of Nevada and is currently a Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Major. She has experience as the Secretary for the 80th session of Senate, and is looking forward to continuing in her Secretary position with the 81st session.
Chloe McClintick grew up on a farm in Orovada, Nevada and attended high school in Winnemucca. She swam and played golf in high school and later played college golf for two years in Salt Lake City. She transferred to the University of Nevada her junior year of college and is now finishing up her senior year expecting to graduate with an economics degree next May. She adores her Wolf Pack! Her dream career is to help make a difference in the agricultural world that is drastically changing in good and bad ways every day.
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Paul De Leon is a Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Major at the University of Nevada and has aspirations of getting into medical school and becoming a doctor. De Leon is a member of Greek Life and various organizations on campus and has taken active leadership roles throughout the years. He also is currently employed as an undergraduate researcher at the University of Nevada School of Medicine and plans to use his leadership and experience to the help the 81st session to better serve the Nevada students. His hobbies include running, watching movies, and reading.
Joshua Hutapea will be a sophomore at the University of Nevada, Reno for the 2014 school year. He is currently a Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major and involved with the Student Ambassadors Organization on campus. Hutapea graduated from Silverado High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, class of 2012.
Stephen Bezick is from Fairfax, Virginia. Bezick is majoring in Economics and Finance, and plans on attending Law School after graduation. In his free time, Bezick likes golfing, skiing, and fishing.
Abhay Sharma is a freshman majoring in Pre-Business. Once Sharma’s gets his core curriculum accomplished, he plans to get 2 degrees in Accounting and Finance with a minor in Statistics.
Mariel Tabeta is pursuing a Marketing degree with a minor in Information Systems. Her previous experience with Residence Hall Association has encouraged her to get more involved on a larger scale by getting actively engaged with Senate. She is thankful for the opportunity to serve the school as a senator and will do her best to meet her constituent’s needs. She is currently involved with Nevada Cheer and a member of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Crystal Carter is the senator elect for the College of Education. Carter is a first-year student and is excited to make sure everyone's voice heard in ASUN this upcoming session.
Allison Cale is a senator for the College of Education. She is a primary education major with a minor in psychology hoping to one day to become a school guidance counselor. Cale is currently on the Nevada cheerleading team thus is very involved on campus. She is honored to be a member of the 81st Senate Session and wants to help make the University of Nevada the best that it can be for both the students and its employees. She has no doubt that the 2013-2014 school year will be on to remember. Go Pack!
Jonathan Jay is a Chemical Engineering student going into his senior year. This is his second year as an ASUN Senator. During his first year, he served as Chair of the Public Affairs Senate Committee and Vice Chair of the Budget and Finance Committee.
Alexis Robertson is a member of the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) program and studying Environmental Engineering. Robertson loves to golf and play classical guitar. She was born and raised here in Reno, Nevada. She is very passionate about making your Nevada experience the best it can be!
Lexi Jacobson is a biology major at Nevada who will be representing the College of Science in the 81st Senate Session. She strives to not only improve her college, but also Nevada as a whole. As a member of the Greek community, Lexi holds dedication and teamwork above all else. She hopes to use these skills to leave a lasting impact on the university she holds close to her heart.
Me'Kayla Ferguson is a second year student from Las Vegas who transferred spring 2013 from College of Southern Nevada. Ferguson is proud and happy to now be a part of the Wolf Pack! Ferguson is a chemistry major and soon to be minoring in Spanish. She has hopes of becoming an anesthesiologist and running her own medical practice. She is a mature young adult who loves to be hands-on and take on projects to better everyone and everything around her. Ferguson is looking forward to working as a senator for and with her fellow constituents. She is prepared to represent ASUN and Nevada to the fullest.
Miranda was born and raised in Reno and has been a Wolf Pack fan since birth. She is very engaged in politics and is excited to be involved in ASUN!
Dalton Mack is a Community Health Science major from Las Vegas with the intention of going to medical school. His biggest goal in life is to help others and is a proud member of the Greek community at Nevada.
Monica Olmos is majoring in Community Health Sciences and Nursing. In the future, she wants to work at a pediatric hospital for cancer. Being involved in her community and helping others is a thing she strives for in life. As a Senator of the 81st Session, She hopes to gain a lot of experience, but above all do many differences at the University of Nevada, Reno alongside the other Senators.
Myles Button is a duel major in Journalism and Political Science and anticipating to graduate in 2016. After graduation, he plans to service in The United States Navy. He is a Greek community brother and serves as a member on the Journalism Student Advisory Council. Button has also acted as an ASUN Executive Intern as well as a member-at-large prior to being elected to the 81st Senate Session.
Sarah Byrnes grew up in Reno, went to a local high school and then made the decision to apply and attend Nevada after falling in love with the campus. She is currently a sophomore and a Criminal Justice Pre-Law major. Sarah has become incredibly involved around campus in various organizations. She loves spending time at the University attending different events and hanging out with friends. Nevada has so much to offer to all students so Sarah has chosen to take many leadership roles in order to show her love of Nevada to other students. From her involvement in Student Ambassadors to her role in ASUN, Sarah is always working to make this University a better place.
Caden Fabbi is a proud University of Nevada student majoring in Political Science. Having been involved with student leadership his whole life, Caden sought to immediately continue this when he enrolled at Nevada. As a member of Greek life and numerous other clubs on campus, and with interests and hobbies ranging from all different spectrums, Caden brings a diverse viewpoint that will represent the thousands of Nevada students accurately. Caden hopes to further develop his leadership abilities in the next few years through involvement at the University and further into his future career.
Eleanor Harvison is Criminal Justice major at the University of Nevada, Reno. Harvison began her education at Nevada in the fall of 2012 and is planning to graduate in three years. Since arriving at Nevada, she has been appointed as a Member at Large to observe and learn from the 80th Senate Session and each committee about what being a Senator entails and the amount of hard work and time that goes into this elected position. She is committed to making sure that the money we pay in tuition and fees is being used in a proper and accountable manner. In addition, as a Criminal Justice major, she represents the College of Liberal Arts and is a voice for the largest academic college on campus. She will work closely with the Dean of Liberal Arts in order to determine what is most pertinent to our college. As a Senator for the College of Liberal Arts, she is be an advocate for the legislation that you require and support and she is doing her absolute best to make the University of Nevada, Reno a better and more enjoyable place for all students.
Lane King is a Criminal Justice at Nevada with plans on graduating in the Spring of 2014. King is highly motivated towards bettering the student population while furthering the Universities goals as well.
Jarret Nassau is currently a freshman in the College of Liberal Arts. He is a dual major in international affairs and philosophy of law, politics, and ethics. Nassau is extremely thankful that he was elected to the 81st session of the ASUN Senate and intends to do his best to represent every member of the Nevada Wolf Pack during his tenure as a Senator.
Ashley Tarchione is a neuroscience major at Nevada. In addition to being a Senator for the College of Liberal Arts, she is also a Student Ambassador on campus. Although she is now a proud member of the Wolf Pack, Tarchione was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, and attended Silverado high School. She is proud to be a part of the Miss America Scholarship Organization and has held the title of Miss Lake Tahoe 2012 and Miss Clark County 2013. This work has inspired her to becoming an ambassador for the Children’s Miracle Network, as well an activist for Nevada public education. Tarchione was raised by her two parents, Jody and Troy, and has one sister, Amanda. She hopes to further pursue her educational goals by attending medical school.
Stefanie Walberg is currently a sophomore here at Nevada. She is a dual majoring in Political Science and International Affairs. She currently sits on the Student Advisory Board for the College of Liberal Arts as well as an active member in Delta Delta Delta.