Over the last two years, voter turnout at USC has seen a dramatic decline, indicating an alarming trend of voter disengagement among the University’s student population. After the 2016 Undergraduate Student Government election, the USG elections committee announced that students cast a mere 3,700 ballots — 39 percent less than the year before. Informed voting […]
The presidential and vice presidential candidates shared their qualifications and their visions for USG’s future.
Undergraduate Student Government hosted a Meet the Candidates event Tuesday night in TCC 227 to introduce the presidential and vice presidential tickets to the student body before the Feb. 7-9 elections.
The new policy would consolidate teams and eliminate administration positions.
Three USG presidential and senatorial candidates were officially revealed last night.
A first-generation resource center, fall break and stipend program are in the works.
Senators hope to create easy access to course information for students.
Changing the Women’s Student Assembly’s name is a sign of progress at USC.
The group will now be called the Student Assembly for Gender Empowerment.
Vice President Austin Dunn is developing a program to be prepared in emergencies.