Tagged SU Election

Which SU election campaign poster are you, spiritually?

By Frankie Hart, March 6 2018 — You’ve seen them everywhere on your way to classes. Thousands of sets of eyes stare at you while traversing MacHall. You’ve contemplated your choices for the positions, but one crucial question remains — which campaign poster are you, spiritually? Which one really gets you? Take this quiz to…

2018 Students’ Union Election Supplement

Panelists   President — External — Operations & Finance — Student Life — Academic — Board of Governors   Endorsements   It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The Students’ Union election is right around the corner and every year the Gauntlet puts together the fine SU election supplement that you’re holding in your hands…

Students’ Union election kicks off with VP op-fi forum

By Jason Herring, February 27 2018 — The first forum for executive candidates in the 2018 Students’ Union general election took place in the MacHall courtyard on Feb. 27. The three vice-president operations and finance candidates — Kevin Dang, Briana Stallcup and Rio Valencerina — answered questions from current SU VP operations and finance Ryan…

Cave talks Task Force at Jan. 30 SLC meeting

By Tina Shaygan, January 30 2017 — (With files from Derek Baker) The Jan. 30 meeting of the Students’ Legislative Council began with a brief unanimous passing of resolutions on minor policy changes regarding General Faculties Council reporting. The meeting continued with Students’ Union president Branden Cave’s report on the Jan. 11 meeting of the…

Your future is dull with your new Students’ Union representatives

By Drew Thomas, March 7 2017 — Pisces  (Feb. 19 – March 20) You will soon come into a plethora of free food from SU gimmicks. Also, your new SU rep will do absolutely nothing to affect your day-to-day life. But hey — free pizza. Aries  (March 21 – April 19) The dead-eyed, ever unblinking…

SU vacancies perpetuate apathy

As of last week, there are three vacant SU student representative positions. These vacancies will have to be filled via appointments. According to Students’ Union president Stephan Guscott, “[students] appointed by SLC through nominations committee aren’t elected by students, so they can’t vote on substantive motions or resolutions.” In addition to these vacancies, last year…

What students can learn from Republicans

By Frank Finley, September 27 2016 — There is something fascinating happening to the Republicans and students should take notice. As young people, it is important to learn from history’s mistakes, but right now, we have a chance to learn from the mistakes of the present. The Grand Old Party of the United States is…

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