A special profile on my campaign in today's Hatchet: http://tinyurl.com/steveholtforsa
Hey all! Check out my official campaign/thank you video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usMTAN833tM
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Dining: Eat more! More meat and fish! In an innovative idea, we’d like to bring a banana stand to J Street. Not only are bananas healthy, but they are covered in nuts. I’m also passionate about confining kitchen appliances to the kitchen, as the cornballer has hurt my family tremendously.
Advising: For students, I believe it’s essential to increase analyst-therapists (analrapists) on campus because students should always have an outlet to talk to when they’ve made a huge mistake.
Alcohol Amnesty: I’d like to help the University crack down on the use of drugs, especially forget-me-nows and oxy-incontinent. As for alcohol, I am 26 and do not entirely care about the policy.
Red Tape: The SA is burdened by excessive red tape. I hope to change that. After playing Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, I lost my liking for red. I propose referring to the barriers to communication as yellow tape instead.
Snowball Fights: I did attend and did not get lost on the way.
Gender Neutral Housing: Gender Neutral Housing is important for people like my uncle, a nevernude. We need to make these people more comfortable and I look forward to advocating along with fakeStevenknapp.
Greek Life: My mother, Eve, is part Greek. Also, I really like 300.
Student Orgs: I support increasing student org funding. I have run an effective business—the Banana Shack—and have served as student body president four times over. I will bring that experience to relate with all student organizations.
For too long, the GW Student Association has been run by those inside the SA; however, as the ultimate outsider, I will bring a much-needed fresh face to the organization. For four consecutive years I was President of my Student Government, and although I ran for a fifth year, I withdrew from the race to find my real father. Some have leveled accusations that I do not "know who my real father is" in an attempt to smear and discredit me, but this seems irrelevant to me. I have made it through the last (almost) 26 years of my life with my mother, Eve, supporting me every step of the way. And this past year, I made inroads in find my real dad, along with finding a different Father along the way.
Spending at least three years as a senior uniquely prepared me for this position. From this position, I was able to learn the problems of people who have to spend extra time in college. I strongly believe that this experience will help me relate to graduate students. In high school in the OC, I was also involved in a dramatic reproduction of Much Ado About Nothing where I played Beatrice and in our school football team.