My name is Nick Stofa. I am a junior at Regis, and I study politics with an emphasis in international relations. I also am minoring in pre-law, and plan to go on to law school when I graduate. In my free time, I like to longboard at Wash Park and hike around Colorado in the Rocky Mountain National Park. In addition to long walks on the beach, I really enjoy reading articles about international politics and law.
I also love spending time on the weekends with my dog Anya. I was born in Sacramento, California (everybody makes fun of me for this) and moved here when I was four. I have lived in Denver my whole memorable life, and hope to someday live and work in the city I have grown to love so much. My two parents, Wendy and Frank, are my heroes because they support me in everything I do. Some day, I hope to work as a lawyer in criminal or civil law.
In my time at Regis, I have been fortunate to experience all sorts of different life changing endeavors. Among these include my service as an Orientation Leader for two years, my employment in the Campus Diversity Office where I planned multiple community events, serving as a Teaching Assistant for two semesters in the RCC program, participating in the Ranger Week Committee for three years, attaining academic excellence on the Dean’s List for five semesters, serving as President of Res Judicata, acting as a founding consultant for Young Democrats on campus, and lastly all the experience I am gaining in this bid for office for the school and community I love so much.