CAS Student Government Candidate Profiles
College of Arts & Sciences
Student Government Candidates
Christina Lucas (CAS ’17) | firstname.lastname@example.org
I am currently a freshman in the College of Arts and Sciences with a major in international relations. Through out high school I held various leadership positions, therefore I feel I am qualified to run for CAS Executive President and I can offer new ideas to this amazing organization. As President of CAS Student Government, I hope to lead many exciting events, work with other organizations, and overall create a better experience for my fellow classmates of CAS. I am ready to start listening to all the creative ideas CAS students have to offer and turn them into actions.
Alexander Arbash (CAS ’17) | email@example.com
To be the head of the largest college in one of the largest universities in the United States would be a large task. This university especially has already done so much to ensure that each student can be happy. However, I believe that there may be some students who have opinions that they would like to share in order to help CAS thrive for the better. I would happily listen to each opinion in order to see what could be done. In addition, I believe that I have some ideas to help CAS, and BU as a whole, become better and advance in its endeavors.
Executive Vice President:
Annabel Kuhn (CAS ’17) | firstname.lastname@example.org
As the current Vice President of the CAS freshman class, I will bring prior CAS student government experience to the executive board. I hope to coordinate many exciting events for other CAS organizations, and for all CAS students.
Patricia Broe (CAS ’17) | email@example.com
I would love to be the Executive Vice President of the College of Arts and Sciences because leadership is an art that I have down to a science. Please excuse the pun, I am an English major after all. All jokes aside, I truly love organizing events and making sure that students enjoy their time here and have the best four years before we all inevitably have to grow up. My experience this year in CAS Student Government has been so positive that I really want to be more involved. In the past I have served as my class president, president of the Spanish Honor Society, VP of People to People International, and treasurer of my school’s chapter of Lions Club International so I am ready for a new challenge. If you think I deserve a chance, vote Broe fo’ sho!