Pedro Guerrero is a senior political science and international studies major from St. Louis, Missouri. Throughout his time at Loyola, Pedro has been involved in many different realms within Loyola’s student community. As a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, but on a broader level, Loyola Greek life, he has been afforded the opportunity to interact with the campus’ best men and women, assisting in planning events such as date nights (Wicked, Jersey Boys, Lion King) and philanthropic events such as St. Baldrick’s day. He has served on USGA since 2011, and took a one-semester hiatus to study abroad at the Rome Center. As a member of Loyola4Chicago for one year, Pedro tutored disadvantaged grade school children at the Howard Community Center and Centro Romero. He has also been a Loyola Aca’fella for the entirety of his time at LUC. On USGA, he served on the Justice Committee and as the first Community Co-Chair. He has also served as the USGA representative on the Campus Coalition for Alcohol Initiatives for two semesters. As President, he hopes to protect the rights, dignity, and integrity of all undergraduate students, propel student initiatives, and foster a stronger campus community.