The Associated Students Inc. announced the newly elected officials on Thursday through Instagram Live.
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Twelve students are in the running for student government positions, including three running for reelection.
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Fliers around campus, informational booths along busy university areas and tables bribing students with coffee for talking to student government candidates — these sights can only mean one thing: Associated Students Inc. elections are here. Students can vote for their favored candidates online via email until March 14. The results[Read More…]
By 1:26 p.m. Wednesday evening, a meager 8.4 percent of the student population had cast their ballots during the ASI elections. With the election closed, it appears that after a lengthy campaign and record-setting voter turnout for the USU Referendum, students just aren’t feeling the ASI elections. That was certainly[Read More…]