One proposed policy would lengthen the deliberation of the election commission.
Pete Carroll, former USC head football coach and current head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, will return to USC Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. to discuss his new book, Win Forever, at Bovard Auditorium, according to Asher Genoot, assistant director of Elections and Recruitment for Undergraduate Student Government. Carroll was the head coach of the Trojan […]
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Chris Hanley, co-owner of Slice Truck, hands out free pizza at the USC Undergraduate Student Government Elections Promo. The event, held in front of Tommy Trojan on Wednesday, allowed students to pick up a letter of intent and application for the spring 2012 elections.
Eric Burse and Andy Greos hope to create a student community service assembly.
Jabree Webber, a freshman majoring in theatre, hands out water bottles for the first day of Undergraduate Student Government campaigns. The presidential tickets for 2011 to 2012 are Eric Burse and Andy Greos, Alex Fadil and Rohan Mehra, and Monish Tyagi and Logan Lachman. Voting begins Feb. 15 and ends Feb. 17.
Campus center officials told the candidates that they wanted to keep the area neutral.
Candidates will spend the next two weeks reaching out to students in hopes of becoming the next president or being elected to the Senate.
USG will offer $2,000 to be shared among presidential and vice-presidential candidates.
The two Greek tickets in this year’s election won more than 70 percent of the total votes.