SU elections

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

Meet this year’s candidates for Student Union’s executive positions

In the week leading up to the election, Student Life conducted interviews with each candidate, covering a variety of topics.

| Senior News Editor

SU candidates discuss platforms, answer questions from WU community at forum

The forum, which took place one week before SU elections on March 30, covered topics ranging from accountability and transparency to the role of WUPD and Greek Life on campus.

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Staff editorial: Student Life endorses Truong, Plump, Ashie, Walker for SU exec

This election has the potential to represent a change in the tide and a return to the activist roots upon which Student Union was founded more than 40 years ago.

Op-ed: Run for SU. I believe in you.

Looking back, Student Union is the single most important extracurricular activity I have done. Being a part of SU Treasury and ultimately becoming SU president has honed my leadership skills in more ways than I can imagine.

Grace Egbo | President of Student Union

Op-ed: Vote against the block funding amendment

I implore students to turn out in this election. For we the students must vote down the fundamentally anti-democratic block-funding amendment.

Stephen Bertelsman | Class of 2019

SU election rules committee proposes removing incumbent tags on ballots for upcoming election

A resolution to remove incumbent tags on all Student Union election ballots was proposed at the Student Union Senate and Treasury meetings.

Zachary Berman | Contributing Reporter

Candidates file for SU elections

Despite a recent internal SU investigation, all Student Union offices have candidates in the running, save a few class council seats.

| Senior News Editor

Sng, Kapur, Biswas win Student Union elections

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.

| Staff Reporter

Student Life endorses Sng, Kapur, Biswas, Wu, Fong; hopes for more politically active community

This Tuesday, when students go to vote for Student Union executive positions, they will be faced with the most contested race in recent history.

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