Mark Unger – vice president of senate affairs

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Running for Vice President of Senate Affairs is Mark Unger, a second-semester student majoring in business marketing and former member of his high school’s student government, Friday, March 13, on City College’s East Campus in Santa Barbara. ‘I want more people to know each other, and have that great community so that we can work together to make changes and projects,’ says Unger.

MEGAN ROBERTS-KING, Channels Staff

City College student Mark Unger is running for Vice President of Senate Affairs in the upcoming election for the Associated Student Government.

Majoring in business marketing, Unger is currently working on completing his second semester and wishes to see “10 times more student involvement.”

“I want students to be able to make students feel more involved,” said Unger. “That sets you up for life, having those connections that will help you get jobs, help you get into universities, and having that sense of support is going to push our students to achieve more than they already have.”

Unger moved to Santa Barbara from Davis, Calif. and has previous political experience after serving in his high school’s student government.

“I want more people to know each other, and have that great community so that we can work together to make changes and projects,” he said.

The hopeful candidate wishes to push students to develop a deeper sense of community at City College.

“Coming to this school, I wanted to have more of a sense of community than I have experienced,” said Unger. “I thought if I could get into this senate, and make changes so that we have more options for joining all the great organizations we have, then we could hopefully get more people involved.”