Greek President Roundup

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By Kaci Parker

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Emily Joy, Phi Sigma Sigma
Q: “What are you excited about for your term as President?”
A: “For me, I am most excited to not only increase our numbers, but also to establish a stronger sense of Greek unity between ourselves and the other organizations on campus.”

Q: “How will you better your chapter and positively increase its presence on campus?”
A: “One of our chapter’s values is inclusiveness, and I want to embody that wholeheartedly. Whether you are a potential sister, a panhel sister, a non-Greek, whatever. I believe that kindness and acceptance can never be a wrong move.”

Q: “What do you want to take away with you following the end of your time as an officer?”
A: “I want to see myself grow as a leader and feel more comfortable shouldering responsibility.”

Q: “What is your favorite restaurant?”
A: “Back home, there is this Mexican restaurant named Mi Pueblo,s and their guacamole is heaven on earth.”

Q: “If you were stuck on a desert island what three things would you bring with you?”
A: “Pen, paper, carrier pigeon.”

Q: “What is one thing you cannot live without?”
A: “Avocadoes.”

Q: “What is your least favorite fashion trend?”
A: “People who hate on fashion trends. If someone is feeling themselves, they should embrace it.”

Q: “If you could change one thing in the world what would it be?
A: “The patriarchy.”

Q: “Where is your dream vacation?”
A: “I went to France once, but I would love to go back (forever).”

Q: “What is your biggest pet peeve?”
A: “It’s so petty, but when people spell ‘bawling’ as ‘balling.’ Check yourself, those connotations are so different.”

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Morgan Piero, Alpha Sigma Alpha 

Q: “What are you excited about for your term as President?”
A. “I am excited to help my chapter grow and see how my chapter can help me grow through my term.”

Q: “How will you better your chapter and positively increase its presence on campus?”
A. “I have began trying to collaborate with other clubs and organizations to show a different side of ΑΣΑ. I think that since everyone shares the same campus, collaboration is crucial to having an organization on campus.”

Q: “What do you want to take away with you following the end of your time as an officer?”
A. “I hope to take away a new sense of leadership. I want to be remembered as someone who was always open to listening to others and their ideas.  Leaders do not just lead; they are open to others’ ideas and learn from those around them every day.”

Q: “What is your favorite restaurant?”
A. “My favorite restaurant is probably YNot.”

Q: “If you were stuck on a desert island, what three things would you bring with you?
A.  “I would bring my Nook, my camera and probably a bottle of water.”

Q: “What is one thing you cannot live without?”
A. “I cannot live without my phone. As materialistic as that sounds, let’s be real: your life is on your phone. My mom travels, and that is the only way I’m able to contact her. It has a camera; I can access my Nook from it (I read constantly). It absolutely contains everything I cannot live without.”

Q: “What is your least favorite fashion trend?”
A. “My least favorite fashion trend would have to be wearing tights under shorts. Do not ask me why, it’s just something I find strange.”

Q: “If you could change one thing in the world what would it be?”
A. “If I could change one thing in the world, it would be giving people the rare trait of truly listening to someone. Most people do not listen well enough. Funny enough: listen and silent have the same letters. When you’re listening to someone, you do not have to respond every time. Sometimes the silence shows that you really are listening.”

Q: “Where is your dream vacation?”
A. “I would love to take a trip all over Europe. I want to go every country in Europe at some point in my life.”

Q: “What is your biggest pet peeve?”
A. “My biggest pet peeve is when people interrupt me. It is probably one of the most annoying things ever.”

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Rachel Lambert, Sigma Sigma Sigma
Q: “What are you excited about for your term as President?”
A: “Learning how I can best impact and help my chapter.”
Q: “How will you better your chapter and positively increase its presence on campus?”
A: “By better understanding both the organization and campus rules. There will be no excuses for mess-ups, and a more positive image of the chapter and Greek life in general can arise.”
Q: “What do you want to take away with you following the end of your time as an officer?
A: “I want to leave knowing I did my best to help the chapter and not leave the chapter in a messy state.”
Q:”What is your favorite restaurant?”
A: “Locally, it’s Kobe. In my home town, there’s a pizzeria named Little Maria’s.”
Q: “If you were stuck on a desert island, what three things would you bring with you?
A: “Sunscreen, a bathing suit, and sunglasses.”
Q: “What is one thing you cannot live without?”
A: “My memory foam, cooling-gel pillow, otherwise known as a Chillow.”
Q: “What is your least favorite fashion trend?”
A: “Uggs.”
Q: “If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?”
A: “The negative stereotypes that different types of groups have associated with them.”
Q: “Where is your dream vacation?”
A: “Harry Potter World at Universal, Orlando, Florida.”
Q: “What is your biggest pet peeve?”
A: “Double-dipping. It’s disgusting.”