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Student body president Kyle Straub has been involved in the IU Student Association for more than half of his college career.
Whether they are interested in cutting down on gas costs or carbon
dioxide emissions, IU students have access to several resources for carpooling.
Potential candidates for this year’s IU Student Association elections
met in Ballantine Hall Wednesday evening to learn about the organization
from current members.
IU instructors teaching an estimated 250 class sections this semester
are using the two-year-old eTexts program instead of assigning print
Unlike last year, when the current administration ran unopposed, this campaign season will be competitive.
IUSA presidential candidates Casey Shelburne and Jose Mitjavila discussed how they would address the rising costs of education.
The Indiana Daily Student asked the two presidential candidates who
have already officially entered the race about the rising cost of higher
education and how they plan to address this issue if they are elected
for IU Student Association. Casey Shelburne of the Hoosiers 4 Solutions ticket and Jose Mitjavila of the YOUniversity ticket answered questions via email.
The IU Student Association Supreme Court is accepting applications for justice positions until March 22.
As of Monday, three tickets are campaigning to be elected as the next IU Student Association executive administration.
Hoosiers 4 Solutions expands the Indiana Lifeline Law to include reports of sexual assault and candidates said they would encourage the Board of Trustees and IU
Foundation to use the University’s endowment money in more sustainable
The second Vision of the Ideal College Environment Report was published
by the IU Student Association after nearly 19 months. It is a
compilation of recommendations to administrators and student leaders
based on data collected from a campus-wide survey of undergraduate
Three tickets will debate tonight as IU prepares for the IUSA elections
April 2 and 3. Hoosiers 4 Solutions, SPARC for IU and YOUniversity
candidates will discuss their platforms and answer questions from the
Candidates for IU Student Association debated
Thursday about issues from the relationship between students and
administrators to the budget.
Pending a public hearing next Wednesday, the IU Supreme Court decided
Thursday night to grant temporary relief for SPARC for IU’s
disqualification from the IUSA election.
The IU Supreme Court will have a public hearing regarding SPARC v.
Election Commission at 10 p.m. Wednesday in the Sherman Minton Moot
Court Room (123) in the Maurer School of Law.
IU Student Association representatives are in the position to mediate
discourse between students and administrators. Candidates are also
considering ways to understand student needs.
If you ask an apathetic student why he or she is not participating in
the election, you might hear one of the following responses
Candidates for next year’s IUSA administration have taken the Culture of Care into consideration as they plan their platforms.
The SPARC for IU ticket remains eligible for the IU Student Association
election, the Student Body Supreme Court ruled early Thursday morning.
After more than a week of uncertainty, the SPARC for IU ticket will
remain on the IU Student Association ballot, the Student Body Supreme
Court ruled early Thursday morning.