The members of the junior senator delegation reveal their deepest secrets… or at least a window into their musical/literary preferences and their goals for ASWC.
Major: Race and Ethnic Studies
Her current favorite song: September by Earth, Wind, and Fire
What she hopes to accomplish with ASWC this year: I hope to always have an open ear to student’s concerns. I also hope to advocate for specific issues, such as increased student input in tenure decisions
The last book she read for fun: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
Her guilty pleasure: Chocolate chip cookies
His current favorite song: I Turn My Camera On by Spoon
What he hopes to accomplish with ASWC this year: Help students improve their access to school services, increase Whitman’s dedication to all types of diversity, and to strengthen the relationship between ASWC and the rest of the student body.
The last book he read for fun: Paper Towns by John Green
His guilty pleasure: Long walks on the beach and a good joke.
Her current favorite song: Daydreamin’ by Lupe Fiasco
What she hopes to accomplish with ASWC this semester: Since I am only a junior senator for the fall semester, I plan to support the FG/WC group on campus by advocating for the transitional program.
The last book she read for fun: Calvin and Hobbes: The Tenth Anniversary Book by Bill Watterson.
Her guilty pleasure: Eating lots of chocolate!
What she hopes to accomplish with ASWC this year: I really just want to adequately serve the students I represent during my time in ASWC. For me, that means bringing up issues that students have voiced to me and balancing my own opinion, the opinion of other juniors and what I think will be best for the students and school when voting on issues in ASWC.
The last book she read for fun: Inferno by Dan Brown
Her guilty pleasure: I would live off Goldfish if I could. I love them and I have to stop myself from buying them every time I’m at the store or I’m pretty sure I would turn orange.