Dylan Benac, junior political science major from Boerne
Dylan Benac, wants to make SA great. He impressed us all year with his involvement in SA Congress meetings and the quality of the events he was involved with planning, and interviewing him as the candidate for the office of vice president only improved our view of him.
There isn’t a better man to run the internal aspects of SA. He is genuinely interested in helping leaders work together to put on the best events possible.
He is a hard worker and his RA experience proves he is a good leader, and he recognizes there is a problem with students’ image of SA and he wants to change it for the better.
He said the changes need to begin within SA Congress and be reflected in the work SA does.
“I know what a good staff can do and where a staff can fail,” Benec said. “I know where I can work toward a good staff.”
Benec and Dial expressed interest in listening to and helping students, and they will make a strong team. These two have the potential to take SA to a height it hasn’t seen in a while.
We would like to see involvement in SA Congress become more than a resume boost. And Dylan Benec is the guy to do it.