News / January 22, 2020

Get to know Knox: Cayne Randle Q&A

Cayne Randle is the President of Student Senate.

 

What do you find rewarding about your position?

I think I’m really proud of the work that all of our chairpeople and general assembly members have done. A lot of them have taken on their own projects. People just kind of being impassioned about their projects and doing it. I really like to see that. It makes me really happy as president.

 

Is there a book, TV show or movie that you’ve enjoyed recently?

What brings me peace during the busy times right now, and not that this is a cinematic masterpiece on TV, but I’ll do Bachelor viewing nights with some friends on Mondays. We’ll tape it then watch it. It’s just kind of nice because you don’t have to think and just kind of laugh and watch together.

 

What has college been like for you?

Busy, but very rewarding. I really believe you get out what you put in, and it’s been really busy and it gets really stressful at times, but I wouldn’t change any of it.

 

Do you have a favorite place locally?

Innkeeper’s. I’ve spent way too much of my paychecks at Innkeeper’s.

 

Do you have a favorite place on campus?

Honestly, since SMC’s been renovated, I really like hanging out in the A-Core. It’s just so bright.

 

Do you have a favorite thing about Knox in general?

It’s small. I think there’s such a wide variety of people here. I’m from Springfield, Illinois which is not a big city so the perspectives that I’ve been able to gain here and the breadth of knowledge outside of even the classroom, I think, is really, really amazing. And then the fact that it’s small that you kind of have to make all those different connections.

 

What do you like to do in your free time?

I really like terrible reality television, but I don’t know. I do a lot of board games with my friends. Last year, we played Settlers of Catan all the time. This year, we’ll play this game called True American. I guess just hanging out with my friends and stuff. We always find weird little things to do whether it be coffee runs or watching terrible reality television.

 

Sarah Eitel

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