Estimates show turnout jumped slightly from last year and is on par with what USG expected.
There has not been a female presidential candidate since the spring 2005 election season.
Candidates ordered to remove 10 signs.
Students say a candidates’ platform is not always the most important factor.
All candidates scored well on the report issued by Campus and Community United.
The candidates that assume the mantle of the Undergraduate Student Government president and vice president face the taxing responsibility of reconciling the workings of a complex institution with the needs of a diverse student body. Although some of the candidates have listed their many combined years of USG experience, undergraduates need a ticket that is […]
The presidential and vice presidential candidates have set long- and short-term goals based on students’ concerns.
JMP-Walsh ticket has grown the most.
Dann-McCaleb lead overall, but Cheng-Ogbevoen have the most supporters in a single group.
If elected, the two candidates plan to help facilitate communication among USC’s various student organizations.