I think that it gives students more faith in their voices being heard. I hang out with people and they're like, 'Yeah, man, I saw you on the news the other day and I was like, Hey, I know that girl!' and people who are like, 'That's so weird, that could be me' - an attitude that I think is lost in a lot of student government things because generally the student government doesn't represent the students at all... I think that it's just given people the feeling that if you do something like this, if you can get enough people together, you can get some attention, you can get some dialogue, you can get something done. So I hope I'm fighting some apathy at our school. I don't even know if I am, but hopefully.
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