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December Student Spotlight: Keshav Rajagopalan

Keshav Rajagopalan, former Student Body President of Student Government, is a fifth-year student double-majoring in Plan II Honors and Political Communication. Rajagopalan’s future is bright, including an internship with Archer Fellow and work with McKinsey & Company.


1. What is/was your involvement at The University of Texas at Austin?
At the University, I was heavily involved in Student Government, Texas Cowboys, and the Friar Society.

2. What change would you like to see at UT?
I would like to see our University become the best public institution in the country. I think there are so many amazing things going on at UT, both inside and outside of the classroom, and we all need to take time to celebrate and see what all is happening. From cultural events, to research and academic pursuits, to activism and pushing issues forward, our University is a dynamic and world-changing place. I would like to see the University community support one another more and celebrate–as one institution–all that is going on here.

3. What have you learned from UT outside of the classroom?
I believe UT offers students so many different opportunities–from leadership development to effecting change in the community, nation, or world, the possibilities are limitless. I think what I have learned from the most–and what I cherish–is the diversity of students here–in terms of background, interests, and pursuits. Each day, I learn something new from some amazing student on this campus. I think there are very few places in the world where something like that can happen.

4. Who is an important role model to you?
My biggest role models are my parents. They both immigrated to his country from India when they were in their late twenties. They have worked hard to give me the opportunities and privileges I have received, and I will certainly do my best to give back to future generations. My parents stress education, and they have instilled in me the concept that with a good education and hard work, you can do anything.

5. What are your future ambitions?
After working at McKinsey & Company for a few years, I hope to go back to school. I am not quite sure what in right now, but one day, I would love to enter the social or public sector–to give back to the generations that are coming after us.

6. How did you get involved in Student Government?
I got involved in Student Government my freshmen year–sort of out of pure luck. I became a Longhorn Legislative Aide, which is a freshmen intern program with SG. After that, I just stuck with it, and eventually found myself being elected Student Body President during my third year. I love Student Government because I think it is a great hub on campus–a place to meet students from all backgrounds and from various places on campus. A place to start initiatives, voice your opinion, or make changes at the University. A place to develop leadership skills and try different things–get out of your comfort zone. I feel SG has a lot of influence on campus–it just needs driven student leaders from different areas of campus to come together to work on issues that will benefit the student body.

7. What advice can you give incoming freshmen or current students?
Find your niche on campus. It is a big place, but go out there and do what interests you or what your passionate about–whether it is inside the classroom, outside on the 40 Acres, or in the community. That will make UT feel smaller, get you a close group of friends that share similar interests, and make college fly by.

8. What is your favorite memory, tradition, or thing about UT?
At UT, I was a member of the Texas Cowboys, and during my fourth year, I was elected on to the cannon crew which got to fire Smokey the Cannon at football games. That is my favorite tradition–hearing that boom after the singing of our school song or after we score. I feel it epitomizes UT–a boom that is dynamic and world-changing.

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