Any student elected SA president or executive vice president would come from a group that hasn’t been represented in SA leadership in recent history.
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SA graduate and undergraduate senators are bidding to return to the senate. Here’s a look at what they’ve done and what they plan to do this year.
Imani Ross said she will bring minority voices to the table and highlight community building as SA president.
Ashley Le said her desire to be a “storyteller” will allow her to amplify students’ voices as SA president.
After three years working with officials and fighting for causes important to him, Brady Forrest said he’s ready to take on the role of executive vice president.
Ojani Walthrust said he wants to be the SA’s executive vice president to represent and amplify marginalized voices on campus.