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ASG fills committee openings, discusses new VP of services

Lilia Hargis

April 27, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

At Wednesday night's Associated Student Government Senate meeting, senators elected three new members to the Student Groups Committee, while three open positions remain.The committee is intended to be made up of six senators ...

Elected ASG officers sworn in, WildCARD legislation passes

Lilia Hargis

April 20, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

The newly elected Associated Student Government president, vice president, academic vice president and student life vice president were sworn into their new offices at Wednesday night's ASG Senate meeting.The new officers placed th...

Gabby Daniels wins runoff election

Lark Turner

April 17, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

Gabby Daniels is the next Associated Student Government academic vice president.The Weinberg sophomore won Friday's run-off election with 446 of the 903 votes cast, just 35 more votes than Weinberg junior Zach Wittchow received,...

Gabby Daniels wins runoff, will be ASG academic vice president

The Daily Northwestern

April 14, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

Gabby Daniels will be the next Associated Student Government academic vice president. The Weinberg sophomore won Friday's runoff with 446 of the 903 votes cast, just 35 more votes than Weinberg junior Zach Wittchow received. The remai...

Bradford wins student life VP, academic VP run-off to come

Jessica Allen, Peter Larson and Andrew Scoggin

April 13, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

Candidates for Associated Student Government academic vice president face an extension to their campaigns, while McCormick sophomore Katie Bradford won the election for student life vice president with slightly more than a ma...

Manti takes ASG presidential election loss in stride, looks ahead

Lilia Hargis

April 13, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

Alessio Manti and Adam Thompson-Harvey sat on Deering Meadow with a small party of six Wednesday night when they received news they had lost the Associated Student Government election for president and vice president.After receiving...

College Republicans’ lack of winter speaker results in charge of group misconduct

Peter Larson

April 13, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

The Associated Student Government Senate voted in favor of a recommendation by the Student Appropriations and Finance Committee to bring a charge of group misconduct against College Republicans on Wednesday.The College Republica...

As election looms, ASG candidates’ support systems spur success

Lilia Hargis

April 12, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

The announcement of Associated Student Government election results tonight will be a moment of truth for more than just those whose names appear on the ballot.From chalking campus sidewalks late at night to spending hours com...

On eve of election, candidates make final case

Lark Turner

April 12, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

In a debate Tuesday night, the Associated Student Government presidential candidates and their running mates detailed campaign platforms and answered audience questions.Claire Lew and Hiro Kawashima are running against Alessio M...

Claire Lew named ASG president, wins 67 percent of vote

The Daily Northwestern

April 12, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

Claire Lew was elected Associated Student Government president Wednesday after earning 67.1 percent of the vote.Lew, a SESP junior, learned of her victory at 7:52 p.m., just more than 45 minutes after polls closed, from Election Commission Chairman Jeff Cao. Weinberg sophomore Hiro Kawas...

Associated Student Government election violations issued

Sean Collins Walsh

April 11, 2010

Filed under Campus (Archived), Student Government

After a three-hour closed-door meeting, the Election Commission ruled that both candidates running for Associated Student Government president were guilty of "non-respectful discourse" for messages they released Monday afternoon.The charge is...