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Unified Student Government Association

Syeda Rabab Zaidi

Junior Rep.

Hello Loyola Class of 2016! My name is Syeda Rabab Zaidi and I am running for Senate in hopes to be representing our class, as I run for Junior Representative. First of all, I would like to thank all of you for acknowledging my running for candidacy and allowing me to come this far. I look forward to be representing our undergraduate community, understanding how important it is to commit myself to your views and perspectives. I am committed and willing to work tirelessly on issues that you deem important, as the goal of Student Government is to represent the students, bringing about issues that need to be changed.    

To be representing our student body, I feel that it is important to have an involved and committed representative. I am a very hard working and committed student, having been on the Dean's List for the College of Arts and Science these past three semesters here at Loyola. Furthermore, on campus, I am a proud member of SASA, Women in Leadership Loyola, Global Medical Brigades, and serve on the executive board for NSCS. I also work for the Center of Tutoring and Academic Excellence as a Chemistry tutor, understanding how important it is to be involved within the campus to be able to represent the student body well. However, I do understand that it takes a lot of commitment and time to represent the student body, and feel that my time management skills along with my leadership skills will work in harmony.   

Nonetheless, I am very determined to represent you wholeheartedly. I am always willing to listen, always having an open mind. I feel that as a representative, it is not only important to fulfill the basic requirements of managing time and being committed, but that it is also very important to be interested and open minded when hearing of concerns that students may have.    

That being said, I feel that I will be able to represent the students at Loyola University to the best of my abilities. I am eager to hear about your concerns, being very dedicated to bring any change that students see important. I understand that it will be my duty to address any social, ethical, or educational issues that need change, and hope to be representing you to make a difference among our community.

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