By Deborah Gardner
Jason Power, president of the Business Student’s Association, is setting his sight on RyeSAC’s executive.
The fourth-year marketing student is one of two people running for the position of VP administration.
Vladimir Spivak, in third-year industrial engineering, is also running.
Both candidates are campaigning for a student centre.
Power said the student centre is a great idea because it will give student groups without a room office space. He wants to have a new one built or house it in the vacant building next to the business building.
“I hope that RyeSAC can turn this into a profitable venture.”
Power, who is also pushing for new course evaluations for professors, wants to be involved in planning orientation week and other school events.
“Part of my goal is to build up awareness of events and hopefully tie them into school spirit,:
Spivak said he has ideas for next year’s parade and picnic, but didn’t give any details.
As well, he wants RyeSAC to try and take over the bookstore.