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IUSA election continues today. Voting is open until 10 p.m.
I am all for maximizing the vote, and I recently wrote a column urging
students to do so. But I do think it is worthwhile for IU Student Association and the
Election Commission to regularly evaluate the way voting is done and the
way IUSA is publicized to students.
YOUniversity is the unofficial winner of the IU Student Association election following the end of voting at 10 p.m. Wednesday.
No complaints were filed with the Election Commission after Tuesday and Wednesday’s IU Student Administration election.
The current Movement administration comes to a close this week. At a
transition banquet this Friday, the current IU Student Association
executives will officially hand over the reins of the student government
to the incoming YOUniversity executives.
Junior Jose Mitjavila is already making plans for next year as he steps
into the role of student body president of IU Student Association.
Just in time for Culture of Care week and Little 500 weekend, IU Student
Association has launched the SafeRide program, a service which provides
transportation to students in near-emergency situations.
The IU Student Association’s SafeRide program has returned for the fall semester after launching a pilot program last spring.
Indiana University's student government association was instituted in 1912. IUSA president Jose Mitjavila promises to work to increase student advocacy on the Bloomington campus.
With the start of a new academic year comes a new administration for the
Indiana University Student Association, the University’s student
government. Here are five things every student should know about their representatives.
The IU Student Association has been working with committees across
campus to increase student advocacy in University issues, an objective
that was part of the current administration’s platform when seeking
election last year.
IUSA Treasurer Casey Baker presented the budget to the IUSA Congress
Sept. 4, and she also outlined individual budgets for various
initiatives supported by the administration. IUSA initiatives will be
receiving $54,554 in support.
Reflecting amendments proposed by the IU Student Association’s
Congressional Oversight and Reform Committee, the official 2013-14 IUSA
budget was voted into action at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Since Monday, Culture of Care members have been standing at
high-traffic spots on campus to chat with students about the effects of
hazing and to hand out tank tops that read “Don’t haze me, bro!”
The finalized IU Student Association budget for the 2013-14 year
contains a decrease in marketing expenditures and food provided for
A series of events are set to take place this Tuesday for "Make the Call Day", to spread awareness of the Hoosier PACT and the Lifeline Law.
Jeremy Fiege was one of several speakers at a Tuesday night event
focused on the Lifeline Law and the dangers of alcohol consumption. Sen. Jim Merritt, R-Indianapolis, and Attorney General Greg Zoellerspoke
at “Make the Call Day,” an interactive lecture presented by Union Board
and the IU Student Association.
IUSA passed a resolution Wednesday urging the University to allow students participating in ROTC
to register early for their classes.
Music producer Amir Windom will visit IU as part of a fall Diversity
Lecture Series titled “Going from Success to SIGNIFICANCE.”
IUSA Congress members have passed a resolution urging the University to allow priority registration for students that participate in Army ROTC.