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Student Elections

Students campaigning for elections mortifies me every time because of the amount of waste generated during these campaigns. By writing this piece, I hope to shed light on all that’s wrong with the way campaigns are held and what can be done differently, while being eco-friendly and still effective. 669 more words


Fritz Pressed to Explain Discarded Elections, VP Hiring

College Council Seeks Answers to President’s Recent Decisions

By Victoria Priola

Former Student Government senators confronted President Fritz about the thrown out SG elections and former Vice President Dr. 539 more words


It's election time again!

Disclaimer: Unimelb Adventures is not affiliated with UMSU, however a number of the blogging team are involved in the upcoming elections. We have tried to be as impartial where possible in our presentation of the elections, but understand that the views expressed in this article are that of the author’s. 1,162 more words


SONU Polls Set to be Conducted Online


University of Nairobi students may soon be voting online through the student portal if new proposals aimed at stopping hooligans and goons running amok the university are anything to go by. 270 more words

All Elections great and small...

So we’re a week on and the election furore has yet to fully die down. We now have a Minister for Equality who voted against same sex marriage, and a Disabilities Minister who voted for the Bedroom Tax and against protecting disabled children’s benefits… but hey it could be worse, at least UKIP lost a seat. 482 more words

Student Life

Clinton Teen Running for President!

Written by Wyatt Reu
Videos By Cameron LeClaire

Student elections for our class officers are right around the corner. Running for president or vice president for the freshman class is competitive. 179 more words

Our Morgan

Open Forum and Student Elections Wed., April 29

Open Forum for student elections are Wed., April 29 from 12:30-2 p.m. in the PUB Main Dining Room. Attending the forum is a great way for students to learn about the candidates and about student government in general! 26 more words