Tara Tran


Year: Second
Major: Chemistry, Medical Anthropology
Hometown: Apex, N.C.

What is your biggest goal for USG in the 2014-2015 Academic Year?
My goal with USG is to use my resident assistant experience and focus on student life at Case. I would like to take a baby steps approach to reform by starting with the little things. Today, we add more study tables to residence halls. Tomorrow, we take on the world.

Other campus positions outside of USG: 
Resident Assistant, Phi Mu, Model United Nations, the Observer, ESS Tutor, Undergraduate Bioethics Society, NRHH

What is the biggest issue you see your position having to face? How do you specifically plan on tackling it?
In my opinion, the biggest issue that a representative will have to face is being sure that one is truly a representative. I hope to put my biases aside and work hard to do what is best for the masses. This means concentrating my efforts into what the students of the College of Arts and Science deems important and being aware of the general feelings of the student body.