When it comes to student government, the common blessing and curse is that student leaders pass through very quickly. This can often be an advantage to advocacy because it brings in new ideas and new approaches, while also providing a continual flow of students with important leadership and personal growth opportunities. However, the negative aspect of student government is that by losing student leaders, oftentimes projects that were in the process of completion may fall to the wayside. Thus, there are three specific projects started by past VP (Education) positions that I intend to continue implementing this year: Course Wiki, Peer Tutoring Network, and an Academic Affairs Council. See sidebar for more information on each.
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