With only three women running for Duke Student Government positions, it is important that female students are well represented on next year's DSG executive board. With this in mind, Panhellenic Association executive board would like to announce the following endorsements:
For president, we endorse Hasnain Zaidi. Though Zaidi is a sophomore, he has a strong passion for student issues at Duke and would serve the undergraduate population by furthering connections among student organizations.
For executive vice president, we endorse Joe Fore. Fore has tremendous experience and a professional nature that would serve him well in this capacity.
For vice president of student affairs, we endorse Maggie McGannon. As the only Panhellenic woman running, McGannon would serve as a voice for our community of more than1,200 undergraduates.
For vice president of community interaction, we endorse Jason Gross. He has solid DSG experience and possesses the leadership skills to make sure ICC truly connects the major student organizations at Duke.
For vice president of academic affairs, we endorse Jimmy Soni. He has strong vision and the diligence to act on it.
Furthermore, Soni is already focused on important issues including undergraduate research and women in science.
For vice president of athletic and campus services, we endorse David Snider. Through his previous experience in student government, Snider has demonstrated that he is results-oriented, an important facet for someone in this role.
The leadership of the Panhellenic Association feels confident that these students will fill their respective positions effectively and work strongly toward further unification of the undergraduate population.
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