Candidates for on-campus representative: Nick Morticelli
Published: Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Updated: Thursday, March 3, 2011 15:03
How do you plan on keeping "student" in Brockport Student Government?-- My entire campaign is based on the philosophy that the student is the most important part of Brockport. Doing things to make students happy and to better their experienceis a rewarding experience that has been the sole reason I have begun this campaign.
What do you see yourself doing differently than other potential board members and past board members?
-- I think potential board memebers might hesistate to help out the underclassmen. Being a freshman I will look to benefit them as well as the upperclassmen. No student will be overlooked.
What do you think is the most significant issue within BSG? How would you help address this issue?
- BSG's failure to represent the entire student body. I often read about surveys or events that have been chosen by the Brockport student body only to later find out that only a handful of students participated in the survey. If elected I will attempt to reach out to the entire student body not just 100 to 200 students.