Last semester, Easop focused his attention on surveying the student body in order to gather suggestions about USG projects. One survey that circulated last week asked students, “What are things you would like USG to improve on campus?” “Which USG projects have you found most helpful?” and “Which projects would you like to see continue?”
“The main role of the USG at the moment is to make sure that there is feedback from the students to consider,” Easop said in an interview last year after his election victory.
Easop asked not to be interviewed until after the USG releases a follow-up to last week’s survey. The next survey will feature “Would You Rather” style questions that Easop hopes will allow students to voice their input on various ideas that USG officers have developed for the coming year.
Easop said the data from the survey would help his administration formulate its agenda, reflecting his commitment to allowing students to have a more personal say in shaping the USG’s role in student life.
Class of 2014 Senator Dillon Sharp ’14 also postponed an interview until after the results of the two surveys are compiled and the Senate has had time to review the data. He added that an interview would be more productive after a USG project planning meeting, which will be held this weekend.
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