Students’ trust towards MSA is about to be tested once again.
Ever since he was young, he has loved working in the community and making a difference.
Gomez gives the student body the chance to get to know him outside of his MSA campaign
“Leaving CCRC was like leaving home,” he said.
“There’s a lot of kids that are told they’re not good enough by their parents, they’re not smart enough, they come from poverty so they won’t be anything, and I’m living proof that that’s not true,” Segers said.
“At first I got involved for my own development,” Hanner said. “I was scared that I would end up sitting in residence halls doing nothing.”
“I fall in love with things very easily,” Parrie said. “I get very excited about the smallest of things and it’s easy for me to pick something that I’m interested in and dive 110 percent into it.”