Hello Sophomores! My name is Lizzy Conway and I want to represent you in Senate! I’m currently the president of D’Lions, a member of Varsity Track, and a representative of Gilbert Hall Council. Through these activities I’ve been acquainted with many members of our class and I feel like I know the changes we sophomores want to see. With freshmen housing upon us, I would like to work to make sure the new students integrate into our upperclassmen community through different organizations and activities. Moreover, I hope to incorporate them into the special interest housings that they are missing out on. Also related to campus community, I want to encourage respect and integration between members of varying groups. Many students have passions in arts, athletics, community service, or Greek life, for example, but I would love to see people’s interests extend into the realms of others’. I believe this will create a more unified UR community. Another idea of mine is to encourage Campus Security to be more patient with parking violations and less quick to “boot” our cars. I also want to bring more services to our campus, such as a movie rental store. As your Senator I will work to achieve this ideal community and implement these ideas
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