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Looking back with Kurth and Park


Signs on Trousdale. Profile and cover photos on Facebook. Student organization endorsements. What many see as a fierce competition raging on between factions of the student body is inspiring a very different kind of emotion in two students on campus — nostalgia. “It’s weird seeing it from the other end,” said Undergraduate Student Government Vice […]

Both USG presidential tickets cited for violating elections code


EXCLUSIVE: After deliberations that began at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and concluded around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday, the Undergraduate Student Government Elections Commission determined both presidential tickets had committed violations of the elections code. Matt Arkfeld and Alex Cascante were cited for not using the “Vote On” logo on their campaign shirts, the Elections and Recruitment Committee […]

Two visions for USG


MATT ARKFELD & ALEX CASCANTE Matthew Arkfeld and Alex Cascante are approaching the 2013 Undergraduate Student Government election with reform in mind, focusing their platform on internal USG operations. Arkfeld, a junior majoring in East Asian area studies, currently serves as senate speaker pro tempore. Cascante, a junior majoring in business administration, serves as a Greek […]

USG campaigning begins at midnight


Undergraduate Student Government candidates posted their signs along Trousdale Parkway Monday at midnight to signal the beginning of the election season. Students will elect the candidates for president, vice president and senators Tuesday, Feb. 12, through Thursday, Feb. 14. The two presidential tickets’ signs have the same color scheme of blue, black and white. Each […]