Minerva Houses see new leadership

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(Courtesy of Drew Lenz)
(Courtesy of Drew Lenz)

Wold House:

Drew Lenz ’19 and Paige Smith ’19 have both decided to become the co-chairs of Wold House because the Minerva system has been a huge part of their time at Union. “We are planning on holding more bonding types of events,” said to Smith. They both want to continue and further the close bond of Wold Council.

 

(Courtesy of Emma Stein)
(Courtesy of Emma Stein)

Golub House:

Allison Smith ’17 and Emma Stein ’17 both have the same goals for Golub in mind: “to continue to host fun and memorable events and create a larger connection with philanthropy.” Smith will be serving her second term as co-chair with Stein who wanted to further her involvement within Golub to host events that she is passionate about.

 

(Courtesy of Alexis Bernstein)
(Courtesy of Alexis Bernstein)

Beuth House:

Alexis Bernstein ’18 and Caitlyn Tabor ’18 will be serving their second term as Beuth co-chairs. The pair originally ran because they wanted to increase attendance at meetings, have achieved this already. Bernstein stated that their new goal is “to start a weekly event, but we are just looking for the right idea.”

 

(Courtesy of Nam Bui)
(Courtesy of Nam Bui)

Sorum House:

Brandon Zahler ’19 and Nam Bui ’19 have both been involved in Sorum since their first year. They both “intend to introduce new events involving musical performances and other events to incorporate various cultures and interests.” Zahler and Bui want to create an enviroment where all are welcome to contribute.

 

(Courtesy of Chris Yao)
(Courtesy of Chris Yao)

Breazzano House:

Chris Yao ’19 and An Nguyen ’19 ran because felt that the Minerva system was a great place to start getting involved on campus. “We are aiming at creating more events hosted by the Council, since Breazzano is the furthest Minerva from the main campus, we don’t have as many request from clubs,” stated Yao and Nguyen.

 

(Courtesy of Emily Ehlrich)
(Courtesy of Emily Ehlrich)

Messa House:

Caitlin Williams ’18 and Emily Ehlrich ’19 became co-chairs with the goal of furthering their involvement on campus. A goal they have is to “make everyone feel that they are a part of something, which is a strength of Messa, and we wish to strengthen and continue that,” stated Ehlrich and Williams.

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