- I was a Political Science major, but I realized I din’t want to spend my life in a cut-throat world.
Also, I was a depressed for a while; and I took the past fall off.
Can I ask why you were depressed? and how you got yourself out?
- Most of my friends went to other schools, and I didn’t know a lot of people here. I thought I would become better friends with the acquaintances from high school; but didn’t because they developed their own group. I was lonely at the time.
But taking time off helped. People think if they take any time off they won’t come back; but taking the time off really helped me.
I also started to realize what’s around me and stopped pitying myself.
Meet Ryan, he is a 3rd year Linguistics and Political Science major. He is not currently active with USG. He is from Charleston, West Virginia.
The weirdest things he did while going to Ohio State was to find small piece of sovereign Dutch land in middle of Ottawa, Canada. The quirkiest things he did were performing a poem at Cafe Kerouac, in polish.
He has a list of 95 theses that he plans on tackling. The list includes things like creating a puppy room in campus to help students de-stress. He wants focus on his efforts on creating a better health and wellness programs, specifically mental health.
Meet Andrew, he is a 3rd year Political Science major. He is not currently active with USG. He says he is an ordinary guy hoping to do extraordinary things.
A little quirky fact about him is that he is related to President Ulysses Grant. He also ticked off his 3rd grade history teacher because he knew all the US presidents and pointed out that his teacher was wrong.
He wants to give you a voice, give you a choice; he wants to represent the average student. He wants to give students more decision to make.
Meet Vytas, he is a 3rd year Public Health major with a minor in Economics. He is not currently active with USG.
The weirdest thing he did in campus was play a card game, Kemps, with his roommates in the elevator; his RA kicked them out when she saw them. The quirkiest thing he does is talk to his girlfriend in Lithuanian.
He plans to engage more students and bring responsibility to USG. He plans on creating better inter connectivity amongst student organizations, and bring broader representation to USG.