Tripp: When I started this year, I didn't know if this was the right choice. I hoped I made the right choice. But, I think honestly through student government, I found a niche on campus. College is difficult to navigate -- it's like a different world. Sometimes you don't have the support structure to help you navigate. But, through SGA you meet people like Alexandra and Meredith who are ahead of me and navigating well. They're like mentors that can show you the process. I think SGA can promote that, and I think that's why Alexandra and I talked about, when we campaigned, making the campus a more cohesive community. We want to help people navigate the transition into college, especially if they're a part of an underrepresented community or if they're a first year college student they don't have that network of support with their family potentially, and they need someone to help walk them through that process, and I think thats what SGA has the ability to do.