Senatorial Candidate Kara Paar answers questions on her campaign for a Student Government position
Candidate Q&A: Senatorial Candidate Caroline Wiley
Senatorial Candidate Caroline Wiley answers questions on her campaign for a Student Government position
Reporting by Sheren Khalel
Q: What do you view your role as a senator to be?
A: “Well I am running for the slot of the education senator so basically what I’m going to be doing is speaking regularly with the dean of the school of education and try to make a couple of changes to make things easier on the student body in the school of education.”
Q: What goal have you set if you win?
A: “Me personally, the goal I really am heading for is trying to make it easier for students in the school of education to fulfill all of the requirements of a major by attempting to make classes more available because it’s hard for students to get all the classes they need and they’re always not available.”
“When I decided to run for education senator it was because someone asked me to represent the school of education because it sounded like there was a lack of representation there and so when I heard that, I immediately wanted to be that representation. I didn’t want to to go without representation.”
Q: What are some strengths and weaknesses of the SGA in the past, and how would you help?
A: “I mean I think the SGA does a pretty good job of recruiting. I think it’s just with student schedules. It would be nice to have more people fill all the (SGA) slots but it’s a difficult job so I think the SGA does a pretty good job.”
Q: Why should students vote for you?
A: “Students should vote for me because I’m going to do my best to make things easier on them and to make communication a little better within the school.”