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Junior Casey Petty and freshman Rangely Geronimo are running for office in hopes of making major changes around campus. Their main goals are to create a voice for student athletes and to allow Penn State alumni to be on campus regularly. They also want to see students be more involved within clubs and around campus by implementing activities that both residential and off campus students can participate in.
Petty, who is running for the president’s seat, said Penn State Hazleton is a second home to him and he wants to make sure all students share the same positive experience he has had. As 2012-2013’s SGA vice-president, member of the basketball team, and one of the founding members and webmaster of The PSU Collegian, Petty has a good idea of what goes on around campus and knows what things could be improved on.
Although vice-presidential nominee Rangely Geronimo is only a first-year student, she already has experience being president of the Spanish Club and director of activities for the Blue and White Society for PSU-HN. She and Casey are looking to work closely with the student body and would love to hear any suggestions anyone may have regarding making the PSU-HN experience better.
Students are encouraged to go online to cast their vote at elections.psu.edu from Tuesday, March 26 to Wednesday, March 27.
If Students want to see things change on campus, they have to make their voice heard by voting for people with the power to make a difference.