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CUSA Fall Elections - Class '19  Class Senators, Class Officers & Clarkson School Representative

Class '19

Class Officer Candidates

President Candidates

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As the Class of 2019 President & Class Senator I, Ryan Burnham, will work my hardest to bring the
most to the freshman class and advance the Clarkson environment’s personality
throughout my term. To do this I will not promise the meal service getting
better or remove eight o’clock classes; I can promise that the experience during
the downtime you already have will be dramatically enhanced. I will oversee a
board that facilitates the expansion of clubs and works to bring the freshman
communities’ ideas to life. These four years will be unsurpassed with the
support of you.
 
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Hi, I’m Annie and I’m running for President of the Class of 2019. Having been to three

high schools, I’ve been exposed to several different forms of student government. As captain of

my ice hockey team for three years I have acquired many leadership positions. I will pull from

my prior experiences to represent our class in the best way possible. My objective is to put your

priorities first while simultaneously meeting the needs of our student body. If elected, my first act

as president will to be implement the use of twoply

in our restrooms. Thank you, vote Annie!

 

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Hello, my name is Kierstynn Mays and I'm running for class president and class senator. I am a political science major, with aspirations of attending law school upon graduation. My dream is to represent my community in the federal government.

  • Support a Mental Health Awareness Campaign
  • Develop a way to connect all websites into one
  • Increase water bottle refilling stations
  • Expand vegan, vegetarian, kosher, and allergy-accommodative options
  • Organize more diverse late-night programming
  • Widen the meal plan options
  • Support the efforts of building an actual auditorium
  • Widen the app capabilities for laundry systems
  • Work to provide hotspot printers in each dorm building
  • Increase the amount of washers and dryers
VP Candidates

 

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I am Erin Zanni and I am running to be your Vice President. I am a first year Electrical Engineering student from Merrimack, New Hampshire. Last summer I attended the American Legion Auxiliary Girls’ State and Girls’ Nation. There I learned about what it means to be a servant leader. My desire to serve the Clarkson Freshman community and communicate their ideas, opinions, and concerns has lead me to CUSA. The way I believe I can best serve the Clarkson Class of 2019 is through the position of Vice President. I look forward to representing you at Clarkson University.

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Hello! My name is Taylor Valentine Lupini and I am a part of the 2019 class. It would be an honor if you elected me as Vice President for the year 2019. I would like to know that I have some impact on the future of Clarkson and effectively follow the voice of the students. If elected, my main obligation is to listen to everyone’s voice and make these next four years the most memorable memories of our life. Help me make this the most memorable time of our lives and please vote for me for Vice President!

 Secretary Candidates

   

 

 

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Hello Class of 2019,

I, Aurora Godwin, will be running for class secretary and class senator.  I have not yet had the chance to meet many of you, but should I be elected, I hope that I will get the chance to not only meet you, but to represent you.  If elected, I will do everything in my power to make your ideas become realities.

I ask each of you to take just one minute out of your busy schedules on either September 9th or 10th, to let your voices be heard. When the polls open, be sure to vote on Peoplesoft!

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Hello, my name is Thomas Rougeux I am running for the freshmen class secretary. I assume that most people have either already stopped reading the platforms, to those who have gotten down to my platform and are reading it, thank you. With a hundred word limit on this I would like to take this spot to thank those who encouraged me to run and helped with the election process, my full platform is located on the Integrator. Thank you to; Corey Tambasco, Dean DeFilippo, Norah Schlax, Jamason Pestana, Justin Moore, Brendan O’Connell, Mathew Lasnicki, and Ian Adler. Thank you guys.

 

Treasurer Candidates
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Hello Class of 2019,

My name is Austin Smith and I am running for the position of Class Treasurer for the Class of 2019.   Many of you have yet to meet me but I really hope that this can change.  I believe that college is half academics and the other half is the memories you make and the lessons you learn.  My goal is to allocate the most possible money to the activities and clubs so you can make the most memories in college.  I want you to look back and be able to smile at the times in college.

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 Treasurer of Class of 2019, I hope to be the one with that title. I feel I am one of the more qualified for the position. There are many qualified people I’d say in this school. This is a class full of smart individuals who could definitely handle the position. I have a lot of past experience and anyone who helps you apply for a job would say experience is a key aspect to any position. That being said I’ve been treasurer of several clubs in high school and feel capable of handling the position. –Alex Russell

 

 Senator Candidates
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 As the Class of 2019 President & Class Senator I, Ryan Burnham, will work my hardest to bring the
most to the freshman class and advance the Clarkson environment’s personality
throughout my term. To do this I will not promise the meal service getting
better or remove eight o’clock classes; I can promise that the experience during
the downtime you already have will be dramatically enhanced. I will oversee a
board that facilitates the expansion of clubs and works to bring the freshman
communities’ ideas to life. These four years will be unsurpassed with the
support of you.

My name is Zachary McNally, but call me Fish. My short term aspirations are those such as

joining clubs and affiliations such as CUSA. I am here as a Freshman (class 2019) to run for my

class senate. I feel this would be a great opportunity for me but more importantly allow me to get

my “foot in the door” as my mother would say. First you have to put in the time before you can

reach the top. Vote Fish for Senate.

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Jacob Eckman

I don’t have much to say but if you vote for me all of your wildest dreams will come true.

kierstynn.jpg Hello, my name is Kierstynn Mays and I'm running for class president and class senator. I am a political science major, with aspirations of attending law school upon graduation. My dream is to represent my community in the federal government.
  • Support a Mental Health Awareness Campaign
  • Develop a way to connect all websites into one
  • Increase water bottle refilling stations
  • Expand vegan, vegetarian, kosher, and allergy-accommodative options
  • Organize more diverse late-night programming
  • Widen the meal plan options
  • Support the efforts of building an actual auditorium
  • Widen the app capabilities for laundry systems
  • Work to provide hotspot printers in each dorm building
  • Increase the amount of washers and dryers
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Hello Class of 2019,

I, Aurora Godwin, will be running for class secretary and class senator.  I have not yet had the chance to meet many of you, but should I be elected, I hope that I will get the chance to not only meet you, but to represent you.  If elected, I will do everything in my power to make your ideas become realities.

I ask each of you to take just one minute out of your busy schedules on either September 9th or 10th, to let your voices be heard. When the polls open, be sure to vote on Peoplesoft!

 

 Clarkson School Representitive Candidates
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Hello Clarkson class of 2019! My name is Brandon Baker and I am running for the position of Clarkson School Representative have a strong history of leadership including; participating in, and staffing a program called National Youth Leadership Training, and the rank of Eagle Scout.  It would be my honor to represent the Clarkson School in CUSA, making sure the needs of the School’s population are addressed. I am driven to ensuring that we have the best freshman year possible, and hope that this position will help me do just that.