Fri. Jul 19th, 2019

Three students run for Student Government President

New student body president at Utah State University Eastern, Bryce Gingery, is ready to be the voice of the student body in 2019-2020

I HearYou
My Platform is “I Hear You” which has two parts that coincide. The first, being a voice for those who have none and second mental health awareness, support and healing.
Now about me; I am from Ephraim, Utah, which I spent a good 20 years growing up in. I come from a blended family of eight siblings, three older half and five biological. I am in the middle with two older sisters and two younger. I love the beauty in the mountains of Utah. I spent a lot of my child- hood in Oregon where my mother grew up. My favorite colors are royal blue and blood red. Some of my hobbies include, swimming gardening, going on random adventures, anything outdoors, social activities, and living life to the fullest. I also love to travel and one of my goals is to visit every state in the United States of America
Making A Home Out Of Eastern
My name is Emma Campbell and was born in Fresno, California. I am a sophomore at USU Eastern working toward my bachelor in elementary education. I started attending USU Eastern at 16. During my first year at Eastern, I was a leader for the SUN Center. I am a resident advisor for the Aaron Jones Hall.
I enjoy traveling and being outside, but only when it is sunny. I’m always down for an adventure or late-night run to In-N-Out. I am running for student body president because I believe I can bring a positive change to the atmosphere at Eastern. Next academic year will be my third year at Eastern; that is longer than most schools I have attended. USU Eastern has become my family and would do anything for family. I want students at Eastern to make this campus their home during their education.
Let’s Do This Together
I’m from Tracy, California and a fresh- man majoring in the criminal justice hoping to pursue a career in law enforcement as a police officer. I love sports and anything to do with the outdoors. I spend most of my free time with friends and family. My goal is to make students feel they not only have their education in mind, but their welfare. I would like to offer outlets for student’s stress, advertising counselors and letting students know we’re here to work for them. I want to put on activities at midterms and take advantage of underutilized spaces on campus such the Geary Event Center for movie nights or rent inflatable jousting arenas and obstacle course for student athletes. I want to involve the student athletes and help them cope with the stress of practice, school and holding jobs; including mental, physical and the transition to the next step such as the work force or on to another school with resume seminars, job interview seminars, and “how to” taxes seminars.
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