Brian Roscitt (MSB ’11) and William McGeehin (MSB ’11) may have dropped out of the race for GUSA President and Vice President, but not before they answered Vox‘s annual GUSA Candidate Survey.
This year, we’re asking candidates things like what they think of club funding reform, how the University has handled the 2010 Campus Plan, and how they’d evaluate President Calen Angert (MSB ’11) and Vice President Jason Kluger’s (MSB ’11) time in office. (Or in Angert and Kluger’s case, their own time in office).
Here’s what Roscitt and McGeehin had to say:
Thanks for taking the time to consider our ideas.
The question driving our campaign is whether Georgetown is ready for the solution instead of being part of the problem. We hope that Georgetown is ready. In a sneak peak of our platform, we would like to offer a few solutions:
1. No more fires in freshman dorms
2. Amazon Kindles > Textbooks = More money for students
3. No more guns for freshman at Midnight Madness
4. A Wendy’s and Waffle House located in the Leavey Center/and or Hariri Building
5. More Blizzards
I hope this is helpful in considering our campaign. Please let us know if you have any more questions.
Brian Roscitt and William H. McGeehin
Asked whether Vox could still run their survey answers now that they had exited the race, Roscitt revealed the depth of their convictions.
“[T]hat sounds good. We just don’t want anyone to think we’re actually running/take us seriously,” he wrote in an e-mail. “However, we still do steadfastly stand behind our ideas and platform.”
It was a bold vision while it lasted.