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Colton Nichols

Political Science and Communication Studies

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Colton Nichols is a Political Science and Communication Studies double major with a minor in leadership studies. He chose to be a Diversity Ambassador at WVU because he believes the university can always do more to foster a safe and open campus. He hopes to be a resource for his peers by helping create an environment that makes everyone feel comfortable with who they are. He hopes to be an advocate for students who feel disadvantaged and to be a connection between the university and students so they can work together to make the university as open and diverse as possible.

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