New York, New York
Political Science and
My name is Nick Gumas and I would like to represent the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences as a SA Undergraduate Senator. During my time at GW, I have been elected Executive Chair of Thurston and appointed Freshman Co-Chair of Allied In Pride.
As I explained in my candidate video, there are three issues that I would like to address in the Student Association: free printing, free access to condoms, and reform of the GPAC requirements. Printing should be available for free for all students, especially for those who are assigned reading on blackboard. Condom access is another important issue for GW students. Students should be able to get condoms for free at any time of the day in our residence halls. STD and pregnancy prevention is vital to the health of GW students. Lastly, GPAC needs to be reformed; it is too complex and restrictive. I promise that if elected I will fight for the interests of the students and help make GW a better, healthier, and less bureaucratic university.