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From improving methods for adding or dropping classes to initiating student seating in Assembly Hall, the IU Student Association has a lot on its agenda this academic year.
W.T. Wright will take IU Student Association one step closer to its long term goal of creating a student section in Assembly Hall on Wednesday.
The IUSA President plans to attend the IU athletics committee meeting, but he’s not making any promises.
A lack of guidance for incoming Student Association members was an issue brought up Saturday morning at the IUSA symposium on the future of student government.
Last year, the IU Student Association implemented an internship program for freshmen in order to help them become better acquainted with campus and student involvement.
IU is still a top candidate for hosting a 2008 presidential debate and should find out within the next few weeks whether it will be chosen.
Elections are on the minds of many Americans, and the Indiana University Student Association doesn’t want to miss out on the action.
After former presidential adviser Meghan O’Sullivan canceled her speech last Tuesday, the IU Student Association, which partially funded the event, has changed its policies in order to protect against future confusion.
I am a little disappointed to note that your editorial board did not take the IUSA to task for sponsoring “Examining the Evidence: A Serious Look
With elections coming up in March, students are starting to form together and create tickets or groups to run for the chance to govern the student body.
“It is our sole responsibility for students to be represented on campus,” said current IU Student Association president and junior W.T Wright. “In (IUSA) students get to voice their view on subjects and get behind different people on different issues.”
It’s your money. The IU Student Association is student-funded and there to provide student services along with funding and input for student events. Students should
As IU Student Association elections approach, students are gearing up for the campaigning season.
Running mates junior Joe Weis and sophomore Robert Bercovitz lead the Kirkwood ticket, which will compete with the Big Red and INdiana tickets in the upcoming March 25 and 26 IUSA elections.
Students will have the opportunity to ask next year’s potential student leaders about important issues by submitting questions for the March 19 IU Student Association election debate.
Today’s episode of “Conversations” welcomes IU Student Association presidential candidate David White, the third candidate to appear on the show. As a law student, White hopes to find support among graduate students for his campaign.
In order to get students to make their marks heavy and dark during elections March 25 and 26, INdiana, Big Red and Kirkwood candidates fielded questions from Chancellor Ken Gros Louis at a debate Wednesday night.
Tax-free textbooks, presidential stipends, better building maintenance and a recent grievance are big issues for students as IU Student Association elections approach. Voter apathy, however, still appears to be a problem.
It’s as easy as a click of a button.
With the polls opening today at 10 a.m., the INdiana, Big Red and Kirkwood tickets are going head-to-head in IU Student Association elections.
This year, the INdiana ticket for the IU Student Association elections is planning to give back to students.
David White, presidential candidate for the INdiana ticket, plans to give his $4,000 presidential stipend to the IU Foundation if he’s elected, and has challenged his opponents to do the same.
With IU Student Association presidential candidates in the final throes of their campaigns, perhaps only minor differences set these candidates apart.
Polls are open, vote here
The IUSA elections Web site is not allowing several graduate students to vote today. UITS is currently working to fix the problem, officials say.
About 10,000 student voices were missing from the first day of voting in this year’s IU Student Association elections.
Many graduate students who tried to vote Tuesday were denied access to the computer voting system, receiving a message that said “you are not a registered voter.”
Polls are open, vote here