Tag: GUSA Elections

Nemazi/Wolfe Offer Best, but Imperfect Choice for GUSA Executive

Nemazi/Wolfe Offer Best, but Imperfect Choice for GUSA Executive

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02/07/2019

The Voice editorial board has decided to endorse the Sina Nemazi (COL ’21) and Roya Wolfe (SFS ’21) ticket for GUSA executives. They’re good candidates, especially with Nemazi’s GUSA experience, Wolfe’s clear passion, and their actionable policy proposals. But they’re not perfect: Their proposals need improvement, and Nemazi’s debate appearance left much to be desired….

Candidates for GUSA Vice President debate

Candidates for GUSA Vice President debate

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02/01/2019

Aleida Olvera (COL ’20) and Roya Wolfe (SFS ’21), representing two of the four campaigns for GUSA Executive, took the stage in an ICC classroom Thursday night to debate questions posed by campus media and the audience. John Dolan (MSB ’20), running mate of Ryan Zuccula (MSB ’20), did not take the seat which the…

GUSA Executive Candidates Announce as Campaigns Kick-off

GUSA Executive Candidates Announce as Campaigns Kick-off

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01/25/2019

The GUSA Executive election campaign period officially began on Jan. 25 with four tickets having announced their bid for the positions of GUSA President and Vice President. The four tickets who announced are Nicki Gray (NHS ’20) and Sam Appel (COL ’20); Norman Francis Jr. (COL ’20) and Aleida Olvera (COL ’20); Sina Nemazi (COL…

GUSA Fails Students

GUSA Fails Students

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10/12/2018

In GUSA’s recent elections for its new class of student senators, all seven of the elected freshmen are male. Though eight of the 21 freshman candidates were women and a majority of the first-year class is female, the freshman senate class will be dominated by male representatives. An optional survey conducted by GUSA following the election found…

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