Meet Your Honor Court
Executive Board Members
Connor Day, Treasurer
Class of 2015
Mathematics and Music
Fun Fact: I can solve a 3x3 and a 4x4 Rubik's cube
Connor on why she joined Honor Court: I joined honor court because Agnes Scott's honor pledge is one of the most important things that sets Agnes apart from other schools, and I am really interested in supporting this aspect of our school.
Jasmine Fisher, Secretary
Class of 2015
Neuroscience with minor in German
Fun Fact: I can be a bit too organized for my own good.
Jasmine on why she joined Honor Court: I immediately connected with Honor Court because it was a system I wished I had in high school -- a organization that embraces holding ourselves and our peers accountable for our actions as well as being supportive of one another in keeping integrity.
Ravea Rodriguez, Class of 2014 Representative
Fun Fact: I am a huge advocate for the arts! I love crafts, painting, theater, singing, and dancing (but for the sake of others only when no one is watching/around to hear :) ).
Ravea on why she joined Honor Court: I appreciate that Agnes Scott College is an institution for both intellectual and moral education. Through our pledge we commit to the common good of our community and build a character of honor and integrity that we carry into the world. I joined Honor Court to be a part of the body that helps to uphold the policies that allow us to do so.
Mar'Kiffany Lane, Class of 2015 Representative
Fun Fact: I was born and raised in Texas so you know what that means.......(only Texans will know) :)
Mar'Kiffany on why she joined Honor Court: I decided to join honor court because I love helping to make Agnes Scott a better community and the best way to do that is by living honorably and pushing others to do so.
Madeline "Maddy" Chenevert, Class of 2016 Representative
Fun Fact: I love to cook, and tend to make people hungry talking about food.
Maddy on why she joined Honor Court: I fell in love with Agnes because of the environment the Honor Code creates, and ran because I wanted to play my part in upholding it.
Ugonna Ume, Class of 2016 Representative
Political Science and Human Rights
Fun Fact: I love to dance.
Ugo on why she joined Honor Court: Agnes Scott is a community of empowered women that live by a strong code of ethics and academic integrity; I wished to be part of such a distinguished organization so as to help foster this culture of inestimable excellence and honor.
Suzanne Gordon, Woodruff Scholar Representative
Class of 2013
Fun Fact: I'm a trekkie (Star Trek). My favorite series - Deep Space 9. My daughter is named after a character.
Suzanne on why she joined Honor Court: I decided to run for Honor Court because I believe upholding the honor system is important in the ASC community and in life. Also, I wanted to be more than just a student, I wanted to be able to give back to the ASC community.