Jordan Finkelstein

SU seeks to modernize, updates logo in time for 50th anniversary

Student Union will officially unveil a new, more minimalist logo this Friday in an effort to build its brand and to portray a more modern image to the student body.

| News Editor

We can learn through our differences

These past few weeks have seen numerous examples of student activism on university campuses around the country, including universities very close to our own. The events at the University of Missouri, Claremont McKenna College and Yale University remind us all of the importance of our college education, more so due to the exposure to differing identities and viewpoints, than anything that can be learned in the classroom.

Jordan Finkelstein | Class of 2016

SU hopes to address image, accessibility concerns in coming year

Some students and groups do not truly see SU as a student resource, leading to misunderstandings about how the organization can serve them properly. In Finkelstein’s own words, the organization exists purely “to serve the undergraduate students.”

Quentin Tate | Freshman Press Reporter

SU elections see lower turnout than fall; most candidates uncontested

Slates were eliminated from this year’s elections, so students had to individually decide to run for office. SU Exec had four uncontested positions, including president, while sophomore Mike Holtz ran against junior Hunter Malasky for vice president of administration, winning with 59.41 percent of the vote.

| Senior News Editor

Spring SU elections see reduced turnout, easy wins for Exec without slates

Despite having fewer voters in this semester’s elections than participated in the fall, Student Union filled a number of seats across the student governing body on Tuesday. At 31.5 percent, or 2,117 voters, the spring turnout fell from last semester’s 35.4 percent, which marked the highest-ever total for a fall SU election.

| Editor-in-Chief

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