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New Student Senators Elected to U of M, Crookston Student Association
November 12, 2008

Contact: Elizabeth Tollefson, assistant director of communications, 218-281-8432 (ltollefs@umn.edu), Stephanie Onken, communications assistant, 218-281-8446 (onken015@umn.edu)


CROOKSTON, Minn. (November 08, 2008) – Every year, the University of Minnesota, Crookston student body votes for five senators to join the Crookston Student Association (CSA) organization, and this year is no different. Jeong Hah Heo, Ashley Walton, Tim Unke, Amber Erdmann and Delano Robinson were chosen as the 2008-2009 CSA Senators.

Jeong Hah Heo
Jeong Hah Heo
Jeong Hah Heo, a freshman from South Korea, is studying psychology at the U of M, Crookston. She is also involved with Student Programming and Activities for Campus Entertainment (S.P.A.C.E.) and enjoys listening to music, talking with friends and shopping.

Ashley Walton is a senior majoring in biology from Middle River, Minn. She is also involved at the U of M, Crookston as a chemistry tutor and works at the Infodesk as well in the science labs.
Ashley Walton
Ashley Walton


Tim Unke, a sophomore studying agronomy from Crookston, Minn., is also involved with the band and choir at UMC. In his spare time he enjoys farming, fishing, gardening,
Tim Unke
Tim Unke
hunting, singing and skiing.

Amber Erdmann is also from Crookston, Minn., and is a senior studying health sciences with a minor in coaching. Among her other activities include being a member of the Golden Eagle women’s soccer team and a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC). She enjoys playing soccer, scrapbooking and hanging out with friends.
Amber Erdmann
Amber Erdmann


Delano Robinson, a junior from Bloomington, IL, is studying information technology. He is also involved with a number of other activities, including the Golden Eagle men’s basketball team,
Delano Robinson
Delano Robinson
the Black Student Association (BSA), Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), SAAC, College Democrats, Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA). He also works at the Help Desk and as a student worker for the University Relations E-Communications department.

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