Washington University mental health resources are grappling with how to continue helping students from afar amidst the COVID-19 pandemic that has emptied campus.
The 53rd Student Union Executive Board (SU) released the 2019-2020 Executive Goals & Strategic Plan, prioritizing the Senate restructuring process and strengthening communication with the student body, Aug. 26.
SU formally establishes student activity fee, undergraduate student activities fee committee.
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.
The amendment on executive compensation put forward in the Student Union spring elections became a viral issue on our campus this past Tuesday when students urged their peers to reject the amendment and condemned SU for proposing to pay their highest ranking officers.
Students voted to elect junior Iliana Ragnone as Student Union’s vice president of finance and sophomore Tess Mandoli as SU’s vice president of administration in Tuesday’s election, which saw a record-breaking turn out.
On the Student Union election ballot this Tuesday, students will vote on making Leaders in Interpersonal Violence an SU entity and providing financial compensation to Student Union executives.
In one of the most competitive Student Union elections in recent history, students of color won all five executive positions for the first time since 2008.
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.
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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