Diversity is a topic that touches every sector — higher education, corporations and government. Yet, the issue of diversity in government is typically focused on the state and national levels, with less attention paid to local government.
For the past two years, I have researched and written about former University of Michigan President Clarence Cook Little in various capacities, examining his papers at the Bentley Historical Library and the
Central Student Government will forever be an organization that I cherish and revere. I’ve had the immense privilege of serving the student body this past year as the assembly’s School of Kinesiology representative.