Throughout our time at Loyola, Michael and I have continually strived to serve you, the undergraduate students of Loyola University Chicago. We have done so not just by holding positions and simply sitting at meetings. Instead, we have taken meaningful strides to benefit you, and that's something we hope to continue to do as your student body leaders.
You will find that our ideas and goals are well thought out and are most certainly achievable. Yet the roots of these ideas have come from you; from your struggles and your input.
In short, YOU are our inspiration. From your diverse and spirited events, to your passion for this university, your new ideas are what inspire us. Therefore, do not be surprised when you learn that the heart of our platform is not one that focuses on false promises or hot topic buzzwords; but rather, one that addresses the actual needs of our university.
We realize that with a constantly growing campus and student body, it is imperative for our students to be aware of the university’s policies and ongoing efforts. As the largest Jesuit University in the nation, we must take pride in our Chicago heritage and work to be true neighbors to our host communities- neighbors that want to develop relationships and common goals among each other. We understand that we can only do this through the powerful combination of being innovative while also remaining committed to the mission of our university.
In Maroon and Gold,
Flavio G. Bravo
Candidate for USGA President
Michael F. Fasullo
Candidate for USGA Vice President