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From the GPSG President —

      I am a third-year PhD student in the English and Comparative Literature Department. My research focuses on the connection between literary genres (like poetry and drama) and political movements (like republicanism) in the British Isles between 1550 and 1700. After serving as the President of CoLEAGS, the Comparative Literature and English Graduate Student organization, from 2020-2021, I joined the Cabinet of GPSG under the Swamy Administration to serve as Director of Employment Affairs.

      I believe in setting ambitious goals that can be pursued with a pragmatic mindset; in that respect, I hope that you will find my platform and goals realistic, plausible, and well-researched. The purpose of student government, in my view, is to equip individuals to come together and have a say in their management of their affairs. Informed community involvement is the bedrock of democracy, and I encourage you to take every opportunity to get informed, connect to your peers, and work together to exert power over the course of affairs.


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