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GUSA holds end of year elections

April 2, 2009


The Georgetown University Student Association Senate will hold elections Tuesday, April 7, to fill the body’s 10 vacancies. The vacant spots include all four at-large off-campus seats, Copley 4-5, Village A AB and CDE, Kennedy 2-5, Henle 22-30, and the University-owned townhouses on 36th and 37th Streets.

The newly elected Senators would attend only two meetings before the end of the school year, but Senate Speaker Reggie Greer (COL ‘09) decided to continue with the election on the grounds that ending the school years with a fully representative Senate sends a positive message to the student body.

According to Greer, 27 students have submitted the paperwork necessary to run in next Tuesday’s election. He said he believes at least one student is running in every district.

The results of the election will be announced after Easter break.



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