Jon Junig is a junior political science and French major with a cluster in Earth and environmental sciences. He is also the president of Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity, a Meridian and a 2010 class senator. He is a friendly and sociable Aquarius who likes the color red.

What Facebook status defines you?

Running around again.

What is your favorite childhood memory?

I was in a kid’s movie called ‘Hollywood Wisconsin” and was Carl, an AV nerd. Though the movie sucked, I was able to star alongside one of the girls from WWE, Ho Train.

What did you dream last night?

I have really boring dreams where I have everyday conversations with people I know. Or it may be a trip to the store and other day-to-day activities. I claim to be able to have lucid dreams, but they continue to be boring.

What is your most embarassing moment?

A haphazard Macarena routine during the Mr. U of R competition, ’nuff said.

‘I am secretly infatuated with…”

Anne-Marie Algier.

What is your favorite pair of underwear?

They are green boxers with lawn gnomes on it. They catch my eye whenever they are in my dresser.

Any fashion tips?

Everyone should take it down a notch towards the casual. My sense of style is a tie-dye T-shirt and a pair of jeans with a possible hoodie.

What is your UR must-do?

I have three things for you all to follow: 1) Lighten up; 2) Do a better job listening to the concerns of students; 3) Don’t treat fraternities like second-rate organizations.

Sakamoto is a member of the class of 2009.



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