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Kristian Johnson is SGA's new Student Rights Chair.

Kristian Johnson is SGA's new Student Rights Chair.

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Kristian Johnson is SGA's new Student Rights Chair.

Karen Plunkett, Reporter

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Kristian Johnson

Student Rights Chair

Major: Accounting and Finance

Year: Junior

Kristian Johnson is returning to the executive board of student government this semester as the new Student Rights Chair of NKU’s Student Government Association. Johnson, formerly the University Improvements Chair and a senator, said he is looking forward to making a difference on campus. “I’m excited to be back on the executive board. We’re going to get a lot of stuff done.”

Q: What is a goal that SGA hopes to achieve this semester?

A: Extending the parking grace period to three weeks instead of two.

Q: What is the best part of being an SGA member?

A: Seeing the differences that our efforts make to improve campus and knowing that I helped make that happen!

Q: What is one of your personal goals for 2015?

A: I’m starting a new workout plan and hope to gain weight.

Q: What are some of your hobbies?

A: Theater and singing.

Q: What’s your favorite food?

A: Ice cream.

Q: What is a fun fact about yourself?

A: I am a silver medalist of the World Choir Games.

Q: What are your favorite TV shows?

A: “Breaking Bad” and “The Walking Dead.”

Q: Who are your favorite artists?

A: Sam Smith and Wiz Khalifa

Q: Where do you work?

A: Chipotle.

Q: When do you plan on graduating college?

A: Fall of 2016.

Q: What are your plans after college?

A: Attend grad school to become a CPA.

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