Constantin Carrigan, Student Union (SU) Election Commissioner, sat down with Lewis Rand, a Staff Writer at Student Life, to discuss the Fall 2023 SU Election, his role as election commissioner, and the Election Commissions goals for increasing voter turnout among undergraduate students. The Q&A has been edited for length and clarity.
Washington University’s Social Programming Board (SPB) announced Saint Motel as the headliner for this semester’s fall WILD, which has been rebranded as the Night at the Pageant. The event will be on Thursday Nov. 9th, at the Pageant, off campus for the first time since the event’s origin in 1973.
Student Union Treasury heard appeals from five student groups, which were collectively requesting $51,766.23. SU Treasury decided to fund for a total of $51,474.34, bringing the semester total to $183,892.55, on Oct. 24.
Washington University’s Student Union (SU) released a statement about the latest war between Israel and Hamas, encouraging impacted students to seek the mental-health resources on campus if needed, leading to backlash from students online, Oct. 12.
Emily Chen, current Student Union (SU) President, sat down for an interview with Avi Holzman, StudLife’s Managing News Editor, following last Friday’s release of the SU Executive Board’s term-goals document. The discussion ranged from SU’s relationship to student groups to internal changes, advocacy, and goals for the upcoming year. The Q&A has been edited […]
In the second joint session of the semester, Student Union (SU) Treasury and Senate swore in five Senators, three Treasury representatives, and approved five nominations to Constitutional Council. Following the joint session on Sept. 26, Treasury representatives allocated $19,975.93 in funding to five different student groups. Joint Session During the joint session, Chief Justice of […]
In the first joint session of the semester on Sept. 19, Student Union (SU) Treasury and Senate approved three new members to the Election Commission. The same night, Treasury representatives allocated $26,479.96 in funding to seven student groups.
Members of the Student Union (SU) Treasury and Senate held internal elections to determine which members would serve in leadership positions for the upcoming school year on April 11.
The Student Union (SU) inauguration was held in Tisch Commons to welcome new treasurers and senators to the body, April 12. Administrators and SU representatives also used the time to spotlight key members of the Student Union community throughout the 2022–2023 academic year.
Senior Miriam Silberman sat down for an interview with Clara Richards, Co-Editor-in-Chief, on Monday, April 10. Silberman is from the suburbs of Chicago and is pursuing a major in microbiology, she recently ended her tenure as the president of Student Union (SU). During the conversation Silberman reflected on her experience as SU president and what she was able to accomplish over the last year. This Q&A has been edited for length and clarity.
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