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Current junior Kien Tran will be a part of the Student Council Exec Board for a second time in the 2016-17 year. Tran’s main goal is to make every student at LHS proud to say that they attend “the greatest high school in the world.” Although he is unsure about what next year has in store, Tran is looking to build off of successes that this year’s Exec Board has had — such as the weekly Wake Up Wildcats that developed this year — and potentially raise the bar higher.

Kien Tran

Q: What do you want people to know about you?

A: I play hockey, was on Exec Board last year, enjoy modern culture and music, really like California, and occasionally edit and film Wake Up Wildcats.

Q: Why are you running for Exec Board and what are your plans if you are voted on?

A: It is my mission to bring forth beneficial ideas to ensure that Libertyville High School maximizes its potential. Through my ability to interact with several groups and types of people, I am not afraid to think outside the box in order to satisfy the students of LHS. Executive Board needs a figure who can appease all students. I believe that through intuition and creativity, I have just what it takes to fulfill this mission.

Q: How long have you been a part of Student Council?

A: I have been a part of Student Council for two years and have worked with Exec Board for one.


One of Tran's campaign posters. Click to enlarge.
Photo courtesy of Kien Tran
One of Tran’s campaign posters. Click to enlarge.

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