Constitutional Council

Narasimhan sworn in to Treasury after Constitutional Council decision reverses disqualification

Sophomore Mishka Narasimhan, who was disqualified from her SU Treasury position last fall due to late paperwork, has been sworn in after a Constitutional Council upheld her election.

| Staff Reporter

SU Treasury incumbent disqualified after re-election

Sophomore Mishka Narasimhan was disqualified from her seat in SU Treasury due to a late expenditure report.

| Managing Editor

Student petition calls for resignation of five SU members

Over 100 students have signed a petition calling for the resignation of Student Union officers Vice President of Programming junior Charlotte Pohl, Treasury representatives sophomores Fadel Alkilani and Jake Sassmannshausen, Speaker of the Senate Steven Kish and Speaker of the Treasury Alexa Jochims for engaging in “anti-Black activity” by contributing to former Election Commissioner junior Randal Walker’s resignation.

News Editors

‘We can only speculate now the results of a truly fair election’: Student Union VP of Programming recalls Election Commissioner

Student Union Vice President of Programming junior Charlotte Pohl filed a petition to recall Election Commissioner junior Randal Walker from her position.

| Senior News Editor

Constitutional Council upholds flawed election results

Student Union Constitutional Council voted unanimously not to rerun SU’s Nov. 5 elections following an interpretation request from a petitioner who alleged that the election was improperly conducted.

| Senior News Editor

Con Council overturns Senate disqualifications

Student Union’s Constitutional Council has chosen to reverse freshman Election Commissioner Steven Kish’s decision to disqualify two SU Senate candidates—freshmen Nathan Card and Mia Hamernik—in an opinion released Friday.

| Staff Reporter

Con Council completes SU investigation, does not go forward with recall process

After investigating potentially anti-Semitic and sexually inappropriate comments made by Student Union officers, Constitutional Council decided not to go forward with the recall process by a vote of 4-1.

| Senior News Editor

What’s in a signature?

Junior Trevor Mattea, bottom-left, testified before Student Union Constitution Council late Tuesday night as one of his supporters held a sign that says ‘Give the People What They Want’ with 900 tally marks. The Constitutional Council held a fact-finding session in order to define what constituted a valid signature and whether a petition can be split up into multiple items on the ballot.

| Staff Reporter

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