My name is Angela Chuang, and I’m thrilled to be running for Senate. I am a second-year transfer student studying Political Science. Candidate Emily Johnson, and I are running together to promote initiatives on Health and Wellness, Student Services, and Academic Resources. We are striving to improve the student experience for the entire student body, including marginalized groups on campus. This past year, I had the honor of serving as a senate aide for Senator Amy Chong, where I was able to shadow her and work together on transfer student initiatives. In addition to campus-wide initiatives, I hope to continue the work that Senator Chong has started for the transfer student community, which includes expanding transfer housing resources and orientation. If elected, I promise to strive to advocate for the transfer student community and the USC undergraduate student body as a whole.
My name is Emily Johnson, and I am thrilled to announce my candidacy for next year’s Undergraduate Student Government Senate! I am currently a freshman pursuing a dual major in Business Administration and French. Candidate Angela Chuang and I are running on a slate together as we commonly aspire to better USC in the areas of Health and Wellness, Student Services, and Academic Resources. In particular, I am passionate about combating sexual assault on campus and providing better resources for First Generation Students like myself. This past year I had the honor of serving as Senator Jillian Halperin’s Senate Aid. In doing so, I established a love for USG and this campus and learned how to competently and effectively assess student concerns. I would love nothing more than to serve as one of your senators next year and to make USC a campus for all students involved.
Health and Wellness
Sexual Assault Prevention
Student Services and Community Integration
○ Better delivery of resources before semester starts
○ Programs/workshops throughout the year that aim to connect First Generation students with fellow First Generation students and student wellness resources
○ Expand orientation program to encompass two days
○ Expand housing opportunities and resources
○ Create a physical space for transfer students