On May 18, Mamaroneck High School launched a new electronic voting system for the 2016 Student Council and Student Faculty Advisory Committee elections. The system, a Google form sent by email that was meant to streamline the cumbersome process of distributing, collecting and counting paper ballots—while also making the election more fair by eliminating the human error associated with counting ballots by hand—ended up confusing a student populace not ready for the change. 443 more words
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This post was written by Gabi Binnie (Welfare Officer), Evette Prout (SU Development Officer) and Sharmin Jahan (Women’s Officer) on behalf of the Students’ Union Officer Team. 585 more words
When was the last time you read a student manifesto? Do you know who represents you in university matters? Are student elections even important?
For anyone directly involved with one of the student bodies, the answer to the latter is, inevitably, yes. 977 more words