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SBP Column: Now hiring future leaders

An update from your president elects

“Please feel free to approach us. We are listening and we would love to get to know you.” – juniors Chin Ai Oh and Noah Nemni. (Photograph by Mindy Wildman)

“Please feel free to approach us. We are listening and we would love to get to know you.” – juniors Chin Ai Oh and Noah Nemni. (Photograph by Mindy Wildman)

By Chin Ai Oh and Noah Nemni | Student Body President and Vice President 2017–18

We’ve had an exciting semester looking forward to our term next year!

We began by hiring our Executive Cabinet, a team made up of the presidents of each cabinet of Taylor Student Organization (TSO). These people put on great educational and recreational programs on campus, including Nostalgia Night, National Student Leadership Conference and intramurals.

You have not missed your chance to be a part of TSO. If you are interested in any of these cabinets, they are hiring now! No TSO experience necessary. We invite all people from every dorm, major, sport, ethnicity and culture to apply. TSO is for everyone. Send current presidents an email and come join our team.

We attended a Student Leadership Summit at Wheaton College with seniors Nicole Arpin, Adam Wright, Abram Stamper, and Steve Austin, Associate Dean of Student Leadership and Director of Student Programs. It was amazing to meet student government leaders at other Christian colleges.

We were impressed and inspired by the links these students had to their administration and Board of Trustees. They had great, long-standing relationships that allowed them to regularly voice students’ concerns to administration. We hope to strengthen the representative role of TSO by forming closer ties with administration, creating a clear path for students to communicate with them through Senate and Inter-Class Council. We are so thankful that President Lowell Haines and all the vice presidents have agreed to meet with us before the end of this semester in order to start those relationships well.

We are listening. We hear your concerns with the UPR, limited parking around campus and accessibility for students who are injured or have disabilities. We hope that in stewarding these relationships well with administration, we will be able to work together on these issues and all that arise in the future. Please feel free to reach out to us at ohnemni@gmail.com.

Love,
Chin Ai and Noah

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