CSU students react to the Biden Harris administration
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris started a new road to change for the country with their swearing into office on January 20.
Many young Americans are looking for a new kind of leadership. The Cleveland Stater asked a non-representative sample of students at CSU what their hopes were for the new administration.
- “I feel the lower class American people can hope for better days also with the intentions of giving black Americans the chance for justice in the BLM cases,” Freshmen India Henderson said. “I hope to see them working on building better relationships with foreign countries to help the return of troops as well as economic development and more jobs for middle class Americans,” Henderson added.
- “I do believe we will have growth considering we have a person of color [as vice president] and also a woman [Kamala Harris] to put things in perspective; something that men or white men may not understand,” Senior Malorie Rini said.
- “What I hope to see in the next four years is basically unity and moving forward to being a united nation with other nations and not at each other’s necks but trying to fix a global problem we face as a world and not as a single nation,” Sophomore Tyree Brand-Bey said. “Also, to try and fix the unbalance between the rich and poor in America.”
- “I feel optimistic about the new presidential administration,” Sophomore Makayla Jones said. “I hope to see economic growth, a change in our justice system, and more focus on our environment.”
Students are indeed ready to see what this administration brings. They have hope for our future and see change happening.