Presidential search underway, get invovled

By Thunderworld Staff

Jack Bermingham really did make his mark on Highline. The question now is, who shall step into the shoes that he's left?

Does Highline want someone who'll do exactly as President Bermingham did, a person who breaks the mold, or some sweet spot in the middle? 

We thought of some criteria for what we would like to see from the next president at Highline: We want someone who's ready for involvement with the student body, which President Bermingham did; someone fair and just, and has done a presidency before; someone looking to serve the community and ask us, how we want to see Highline move forward; and hey, maybe they could even help with parking.

Though most importantly, they have to be able to answer the question: What can you do for the students here to make their education as rewarding as possible?

Right now, a presidential search committee is already underway, but it you want to get involved. There will be finalist forums on campus, during Spring Quarter; if you voice your concerns, ask the candidates for information you want to know, and provide feedback to a member of the search committee - you would make a huge impact for our school.

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