Stephen Lee – Candidate for Vice-President

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IMG-20170422-WA0041Hello everyone!

My name is Stephen Lee, and I am a first year IR/PS student from the United States. As someone who has spent the past two semesters becoming acquainted with students at the institute and the issues that hinder our educational experience, I believe that the best way to address these problems is to engage them directly. For this reason, I have chosen to run for Vice President of GISA to continue representing the student body. Of the many challenges that students face on campus, there are a few that have stood out to me in particular.

The study conditions of the library


  • Extending the library hours during the week would benefit students all students who need to work past 10pm, and adding plants in strategic locations can help with the air quality as well as the library’s overall ambience.


The access to the kitchens in petal 2 on weekends


  • Providing students with access to the kitchens on weekends would give them quieter locations to study, eat, and relax


The feeling of community between the students, the university and the rest of Geneva


  • By introducing students to programs such as GLocals and Meet Up, students will be able to connect with other people in Geneva who share their interests. In addition to this, creating an affordable gym option for students who live off campus can also be a potential outlet. Finally, creating a monthly event will offer them the chance to connect with each other and the faculty


I recognize that there are more challenges than are listed here, but by facilitating organized coordination with existing student initiatives and by engaging in transparent communication with the administration, I will be in the best position to address these problems by serving as your Vice President. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me in person, on Facebook, or by email at Thank you for your support!

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