Jonathan Glueck Selected As 58th MSC President
Jonathan Glueck of Canyon, a junior majoring in both agriculture leadership and agriculture economics at Texas A&M, has been selected to serve as president of the university’s Memorial Student Center.
Glueck will head the MSC Council for the 2007-2008 school year, overseeing 16 committees and six resource areas with an annual programming budget of approximately $6 million.
These committees are responsible for planning, budgeting and carrying out programs that entertain, educate and inspire, an MSC spokesperson noted. In addition, the MSC offers numerous services that daily meet the needs of students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus. It was founded in 1951.
The building housing the MSC is a memorial for Aggies who died in defense of the nation. It is the hub of student activities on campus and is widely considered the living room for the campus community.
Glueck will be the 58th student to head the MSC. He said his main goal is to increase freshman involvement within the MSC, “a leadership learning laboratory.” He added that he looks forward to offering students the opportunity to benefit from the real-world application and friendships that MSC involvement provides.