Terae King Jr.
Hello! I am a senator in Student Government. I am a Political Science Major. I am currently a Freshman. I joined student government because, as JFK once said "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what can you do for your country", I want to do for the students of our university. I wanted to get involved by serving my peers. I want my fellow classmates concerns to become my concerns. To me, Student Government means service above self. It's how can we help the student body. Outside of school, I love bowling! I also like to watch political TV shows, such as House of Cards.
Hello! My name is Angela Wang and I am entering my second year of graduate school. I am in the Master of Business Administration program. I received my Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration with a General Business minor at the University of Michigan-Flint in April 2018. I am passionate about health equity and mental health awareness. I enjoy travelling, playing trivia, karaoke, and spending time with my family. I am a member of student government because I want to help better our campus, especially regarding mental health, and to help make the campus accessible to all. I welcome my peers to reach out to me about any issues that they feel need to be addressed to help improve our community.
I'm a senator on Student Government. I'm currently studying political science with maybe a minor in German. I'm currently a junior, but this is my 1st year at U of M Flint. I transferred to U of M Flint from Delta College. I joined student government to take an active role in the democratic process on campus. I also joined to develop my skills in participating in government for my future career goals. Being on student government means to me that, I have a responsibility to my fellow students to represent their collective best interests. Outside of school, my hobbies consist of reading and sports (I love football). I enjoy books on history and political theory. When I don't feel like reading, I can be found watching Star Trek or some other philosophically deep show or film.
I am a Senator in Student Government and have been since the winter semester of my freshman year. I am currently a Senior living on campus and am pursuing a degree in Political Science and History. I joined Student Government with the hope of using what I’m learning in my classes to improve the lives of those living on campus as well as the student body as a whole. Being a member a Student Government is very important to me as the work I do as a Senator is important to making student voices heard by those who run the place. When I’m taking a break from being a Senator, I like to play video games or keep up with current events.
Hello! I am a Senator in Student Government. I am a political science and communications double major. I am currently a freshman. As President of Hall Council on campus I help develop events for residents where they can have fun and enjoy themselves on campus, as well as addressing concerns they have in the residence halls. I decided to join the student government because I saw myself wanting to get involved further on campus making student life better not only for residents but for everyone as a whole. My mission as a Senator is to not just listen to our student body’s concerns but to actually address their problems and implement actual solutions.
Hello! My name is Jordan McNaughton and I am a senator in Student Government. I am a nursing major here and UM-Flint. I am a junior here as well. I joined SG because I wanted to get involved with the school again and make a positive change for the student body. As a healthcare major I have a strong connection with heath related endeavors. Outside of school I love watching Netflix or being out on the court or field playing as many sports as I can. I also have a lot of animals that I love to play with.
Greetings my fellow Wolverines, My name is Levi Todd. I am Sophomore at University of Michigan-Flint, where I study Political Science. My passion is people. I love people, putting a smile on someone's face can make my whole day. I love interacting with my community and building community relations. I am a strong believer in civic engagement. We need to build bridges instead of walls. I ask myself every morning, “What can I do to improve someone else's life.” We are stronger together and If we work together we could insight the change that not only works for some but for all.
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” – Mark Twain..