Rohan is majoring in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. While he is out of his office as president, he participates in the clubs THON, Club Anime, Project Nittany, StarCraft 2, and even plays for the men's tennis team. For fun, he likes to play tennis, video games, and read. His other half, Megan, is ma joring in Letters, Arts, and Sciences with focuses in Sociology, Psychology, and Education Theory. While she is off duty, she assists with the clubs THON, H.E.L.P. (a club designated for helping club presidents), and works at the High Acres Café as a food service employee. Megan enjoys cheerleading, helping out on campus, and going out to the movies, the mall, and fine dining.
Rohan and Megan are similar in many ways, but complement one another in their differences. That is what makes them such a great duo. Both love the campus, both are highly involved on what happens on campus, and both want to make Penn State Hazleton a better campus for students.
"The experience that I got from being in the SGA last year made me want to put more of myself into it. I love what the SGA does and that is representing the students and that's what I want to do as well," said Rohan in discussing his new position
Megan played up more of this idea with how "involved" and "engaged" she had been with SGA last year. She really wanted an opportunity to help out more, specifically with the clubs.
Not only that, but both hope to accomplish comparable objectives this school year- student participation with SGA. Rohan described his goals as, "creating a better connected campus."
"The SGA is here for the students. Whatever they think needs to be accomplished that is what we are going to stand for. We are an organization here to help improve the college experience for all students," he said.
Megan continued to focus on student clubs.
''I'm hoping to keep all the clubs involved and get more clubs started. Also, keep club attendance up for H.E.L.P. meetings. But, in general, I hope to get more participation from students in SGA as we currently need more members now."
Along with that, she included her first order of business being the creation of a "programming board" by her, in which will help clubs plan activities on campus.
Rohan and Megan expressed to the students of Penn State Hazleton a similar message. Rohan wants everyone to know, "students can come to me or anyone in the SGA and voice their opinions. Our office is located in the club space, which is downstairs in Butler. Feel free to visit if you have any questions or requests." Megan asserted the idea of transparency for SGA stating "I 'm easy-going and easy to talk to. If anyone has problems, they can come to me."
Rohan and Megan begin the school year with optimism campaigning towards a certain goal-more collaboration between SGA and the students of Penn State Hazleton.
It would seem if a problem or concern should ever arise on cam- pus, Rohan and Megan, along with the rest of the SGA members under their guidance, are able and willing to make the necessary actions to correct and appease their constituents.