Articles tagged: GUSA executive election


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GUSA Vice President candidate Sam Appel exits campaign, resigns from Senate

Sam Appel (COL ’20) stepped down from his candidacy for GUSA Vice President and resigned from the GUSA Senate on Monday night.  Appel’s running mate for GUSA President, Nicki Gray (NHS... Read more

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GUSA Executive campaigns to begin Friday

The GUSA Executive election campaign period will begin on Friday, Jan. 25, according to an announcement email sent to students by the GUSA Election Committee, who is a separate body... Read more

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GUSA Senate certifies Nair/Rahman win, referendum results

The GUSA Senate certified the results of the Feb. 22 election of GUSA executive candidates Sahil Nair (SFS ‘19) and Naba Rahman (SFS ‘19) on Sunday 27-0 with one abstention.... Read more

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Nair/Rahman win 2018 GUSA executive election

Sahil Nair (SFS ‘19) and Naba Rahman (SFS ‘19) have won the 2018 GUSA executive election by a margin of 36 votes. The GUSA Election Commission announced the results on... Read more

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Presidential candidates debate GUSA’s role, influence on campus

On Feb. 19, four GUSA candidates debated the role of student government in Georgetown student life and influence over the university administration in the GUSA presidential debate. Josh Sirois (COL... Read more

Editorials

Vote Nair/Rahman for GUSA executive

This year’s GUSA executive election features another slate of lackluster tickets that fail to inspire excitement or address the apathy towards GUSA from the general student population. This campaign should... Read more

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On the Record: GUSA candidates Hunter Estes and Richard Howell

The Voice sat down with GUSA executive candidates Hunter Estes (SFS’19) and Richard Howell (SFS ’19) to discuss their platform of cost, community, and charity and their plans for tuition... Read more

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On the Record: GUSA candidates Josh Sirois and Casey Doherty

The Voice sat down with GUSA executive candidates Josh Sirois (SFS ‘20) and Casey Doherty (COL ‘20) to discuss their campaign platform, “Moving Forward,” and goals to bring feasible solutions... Read more