VOTE! in the COGS Election This Thursday, March 21

Regent Law students have the opportunity to vote for a Council of Graduate Students (COGS) Senator this Thursday, March 21. The following three candidates (listed in alphabetical order) are running for the COGS Senator Position: Caleb Leonard, Jeff Pommerenck, and Marcus Wood.

Caleb Leonard
Caleb Leonard
  • I will be striving for a better connection between the students of the law school and COGS, giving the students more information concerning what COGS is doing with their budget, and how it effects and helps students. 
  • I wish to promote a better connection between the law school and the university at large and providing students with how the two are interacting. 
  • I will be able to take whatever questions, concerns, or suggestions any student may have, and seriously attempt to see if I can accommodate those concerns. 
  • I am truly hoping to bring more awareness as to what COGS is doing, and I hope to have a better rapport between COGS and the students of the law school.

Jeff Pommerenck

Jeff Pommerenck
  • Platform: God is sovereign. Please vote as you are led (really).
  • Promise: Caleb and Marcus are great people. Whichever two of us are elected will serve God and the student body at Regent with our very best effort! 
  • Brief Bio: An accountant from Oregon turned law student who is daily learning that God has a plan for each of our lives and provides for all our needs. 
  • Favorite Quote: "All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us." ~ Gandalf, Lord of the Rings.
  • Philosophy: Take time to cherish the important things in life: family, friends, and fellowship. Live with excellence to glorify our Maker. 
  • Special Thanks: To my fellow classmates and the Regent community. You have all been such a tremendous blessing with prayers and encouragement.

Marcus Wood
Marcus Wood
  • Serving God has been a great adventure, and I am looking forward to what he has in store. 
  • Experience has taught me that people from varied backgrounds with diverse desires can still attain a common goal. 
  • As a COGS Senator, I would strive to enrich, equip, and encourage each law student to fulfill their ultimate purpose. 

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