Newly appointed First-Year Class Council to focus on community engagement

Running on the candidate statement, “I am chubby. I am bubbly. I am happy,” Matthew Kim was elected president of Student Union’s First-Year Class Council Sept. 18, with 29 percent of the vote.

Jaden Satenstein | Contributing Reporter

First Year Class Council elections see record voter turnout

First Year Class Council elections, held Sept. 19, recorded their highest-ever voter turnout numbers this year, with 56 percent of the total freshman class voting.

Zachary Berman | Contributing Reporter

Newly elected FYCC pushes for class unity, community engagement

In an election with record voter turnout, freshman Spencer Stewart prevailed to become president of the First-Year Class Council.

| Senior News Editor

FYCC elected, SU seeks new ways to keep losing candidates involved

With only a few weeks of college under their belts, 25 first-year students—the largest number ever—ran for five First Year Class Council positions. But for Student Union, the question is now how to keep the 20 students who were not elected involved in SU.

| News Editor

First Year Class Council sees influx in applicants

Student Union saw its highest number of applicants for First Year Class Council this fall semester, with 25 students running for five positions.

| Contributing Reporter