Freshmen Kyle Jeter and Daniel Grossman prevailed Friday in contested elections for Congress of the South 40 speaker and director of finance, respectively.
Jeter narrowly edged out freshman Natty Bernstein, garnering 51.5 percent of the vote to Bernstein’s 47.6 percent.
At the wise and ripe age of 18 years, the U.S. Constitution grants you the right to vote. Last summer, I dare say I got giddy because it was finally my turn to help decide which brilliant lawmakers we would elect in the next cycle. This presidential election will be my first vote that really matters (well I guess the Missouri primary did too, and that was quite the grudge match).
With preparation for the fall presidential debate underway, the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is beginning their voter engagement efforts by appointing staff and researching how to best reach out to students.
Students voted to elect junior Kenneth Sng as Student Union president, sophomore Sankalp Kapur as vice president of administration and junior Vikram Biswas as vice president of finance in Tuesday’s election that saw a total of 40.7 percent of students vote, just nearly missing spring 2012’s record of 41.1 percent.
WashU For Bernie volunteers are driving Washington University students of all political stripes to the polls so they can vote in the Missouri primary.
A “joke” propaganda video and other posts smearing the Student Union presidential candidates have emerged across social media in the days leading up to Tuesday’s election.
Next fall, Washington University is planning to bring two of the biggest liars and blowhards in the entire nation to our campus. Over the next weeks, our writers will take a good, hard, unbiased, completely serious look at the frontrunner candidates to get us prepared for Super Tuesday on March 1. We’re starting with Jeb! because he may not be around much longer.
With the Iowa Caucus only a week away, it’s time to start thinking about making your voice heard.
Student Life has put together a guide on how to register to vote in Missouri so you’re ready to have your say by the time the primaries roll around.
It’s safe to say Tuesday night’s prime time entertainment television was trumped by the presidential debate—but this time, it finally wasn’t Trump with his feisty firestorm of anti-woman, pro-building-a-wall antics.