Kyle Whelton is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Political Science and History with a minor in Classical Studies. Currently, he is serving MUSG as the Legislative Vice President for 2013-14 academic year.
In addition to his executive role with MUSG, Whelton is also an undergraduate research assistant in the Political Science Department under Dr. McAdams, where he complies articles and data on the Kennedy Assassination. Kyle is also a member of SigEp fraternity, the Classics and History honor societies and the Les Aspin Center Alumni Council.
Over the course of his three years with MUSG, Whelton has served as a student representative on the AMU Advisory Board and as an academic senator on the behalf of the College of Arts and Sciences.
When Whelton gets hungry, he loves to indulge at his favorite Marquette campus establishment - Marquette Gryos. Whelton affirms that although most students would argue that Dogg Haus has the best cheese curds, Marquette Gyros’ curds are “ hands down the best.”
Whelton strives to make a difference at Marquette by representing students and working with MUSG to make sure the needs and concerns of students are addressed.