UGGS claims it lacks representation and involvement as CUSG navigates recent propositions from the graduate faction. By Tory Lysik
Tag: CUSG elections
With a crowded pool of candidates, here is everything you need to know about CU’s upcoming CUSG election next week. By Tory Lysik
The two parties, with seven candidates in total, will race for five available seats. Voting is Oct. 29 through Nov. 1. By Lucy Haggard
Voting started today and goes through Thursday. Here are the members of the six tickets and their positions. By Lucy Haggard
The amendment updates anti-discrimination policies and makes it easier for the student body to change the Constitution. By Lucy Haggard
Friday wrapped up a full week of round-the-clock campaigning for CU’s student government representative candidates.…
As the end of the fall CUSG election week approaches, candidates from both parties are working hard to encourage students to vote.
Candidates from the Inspire and Pulse parties will be campaigning from Monday to Friday; voting available through MyCUInfo
Legislative council will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in the UMC to make important decisions on CUSG elections.
Students will be able to vote from Monday, April 9 to Friday, April 13