Hello fellow Aggies!
My name is Chucha. I'm a third year readmitted student studying Psychology and Chican@ Studies, and I'm running for ASUCD Senate with the SMART Slate, which seeks to give a voice in ASUCD to underrepresented communites on campus. I hope to be that voice, as well as an advocate for a better quality education for all Aggies alike.
QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE NIGHT
I am constantly amazed by all the wonderful talent UC Davis students bring to our campus. As a Senator, I will create a quarterly performance night for student performance groups and individual students to showcase their talents. I believe that the arts enhance the student experience on campus and can be a fun and educational way to expose students to a side of Davis they might not have a chance to experience elsewhere. I also hope that this will provide a space for student performers to gain exposure and further their endeavors.
FACILITATE READMISSION PROCESS FOR STUDENTS ON DISMISSAL AND WITHDRAWAL STATUS
I will create an ASUCD webpage that outlines the process of readmission for students and provides resources so that they can continue their studies at UC Davis. As a student that has gone through the complex, bureaucratic process of readmission, I know firsthand how frustrating this process can be. Every student is faced with unique circumstances, and I want to develop a one-stop comprehensive guide for all students to have the opportunity to complete their education with their fellow Aggies!
Together, the SMART Slate will work towards the following:
MORE TEXTBOOK RESERVES
We will work to save students money by creating a textbook reserve located in the new Student Community Center, supplementing the Shields Library Reserves and giving students much-needed additional study space with free access to the most common GE books.
FUNDING FOR ETHNIC/LAV GRADS
Community specific graduations celebrate the achievement in higher education of students from underrepresented and marginalized communities. By granting funds to these events we seek to actively create a safe and inclusive campus environment which celebrates the diversity of our student body.
|Beatriz Anguiano||Dylan Schaefer|
|Norman Borgonia||Paul Min|
|Desun Oka||Bradley Bottoms|
|Jaki Joanino||Kabir Kapur|
|Marcus King||Jonathan Soo Hoo|
|Chucha Marquez||Don Gilbert|
|Independent||Bree Rombi & Amy Martin|
|Independent||Rebecca Sterling & Yena Bae|
|Bolded entries indicate victors|
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