Get to know your BUSAC councillors

his issue The Brock Press concludes its profiles of newly acclaimed members of the Brock University Student Administrative Councillor (BUSAC) for the 2001-2002 academic year. This week The Brock Press spoke with representatives for off campus, business and general arts.Brett Bergie (off campus rep)

Who are you?

I am in my fifth year at Brock. I’m a graduate of history and political science.

What are your personal goals this year on BUSAC?

My personal goals are to maintain strong representation for off campus students, this year is going to be challenging trying to represent so many students in the off campus seat.

What do you bring to BUSAC that is unique?

This is my fourth year on council; I bring experience, which should bring a certain balance to council. There’s a lot of new councillors this year and that’s great but it’s important to have people there who know what’s been going on with BUSAC in the past. To broaden the scope as best we can.

If students within your department have issues of concern, how can you help?

The best way to get a hold of me is to drop letters off at the BUSU office. I’m always open to suggestions, questions and inquires, I encourage all Brock students to reach out to their representatives.

Tanya Kwee (business)

Who are you?

I am a second year business administration student.

What are your personal goals this year on BUSAC?

I would like to gain more experiences and be able to be more active within the student union. I would also like to be able to represent the business students to the best of my ability.

What do you bring to BUSAC that is unique?

I bring a positive, open-minded attitude I’ll be able to be a voice on behalf of the business students.

If students within your department have issues of concern, how can you help?

If anyone has any concern, questions or comments just simply email me at tdotjuice@hotmail.com or leave a message for me at the BUSU office.

Jasvir (Jesse) Sahota (general arts)

Who are you?

I am in my second year of business communications. This will be my second year on BUSAC.

What are your personal goals this year on BUSAC?

The personal goals I have for this year are no different than any other of my constituents; to allow the student voices to be heard.

What do you bring to BUSAC that is unique?

What I bring to the table at student council meetings is my view on issues that comes from the students.

If students within your department have issues of concern, how can you help?

The only thing that I can do for the students of my department is to allow their voices to be heard. I cannot promise that their issues of concern will be resolved, however their opinion will definitely be brought to the table. The key is that there should be an open line of communication.

— compiled by Alexis McDonald

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