Warren & Logerfo
Let's Get Weird
Published: Friday, February 8, 2013
Updated: Friday, February 8, 2013 03:02
Two-year GUSA senator Cannon Warren (SFS ’14) is vying for the GUSA presidency with running mate Andrew Logerfo (COL ’14), accounting controller of Students of Georgetown, Inc.
“A lot of GUSA politicians misinterpret what the power of GUSA is. Mainly, we want to be big advocates for student rights,” Warren said.
Warren and Logerfo’s initiatives include reforming the Student Code of Conduct, improving recycling options on campus and creating a transparent system for tracking work order requests.
The pair emphasized the importance of keeping students engaged.
“The real power that GUSA has is to be lobbyist for students, but that power is only able to be used and applied in its fullest form if you have engagement and involvement of the whole student body,” Logerfo said.
But Warren said that if elected, the pair will seek the right balance between keeping students engaged and eliminating excessive communication.
“We’re definitely going to cut back on emails because those are really annoying. I don’t want to hear about what my GUSA president is doing every week,” Warren said.
Warren also identified rats as an imminent problem the ticket seeks to address.
“We’re going to have a rat-hunting competition. Having this is going to highlight how unacceptable the rat situation is on campus,” he said.
Ultimately, the pair said they want to have fun while pushing their ideas forward.
“I don’t think we’re going to take ourselves way too seriously. We’re not trying to run for GUSA so we can dress up in suits and put it on our resume. We really want to get stuff done,” Warren said.