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Students to debate policy, reflect on election

Students to debate policy, reflect on election

Riley Guerzini, Managing Editor

November 5, 2018

The university’s Philosophy Club will host a civil discussion and debate Thursday at 6 p.m. in Forum 2 of the Wright Administration Building. A student-led panel will debate policy issues and reflect on tomorrow’s midterm election. The debate, moderated by Associate Professor of Political Science Matt...

Student politicians encourage voting just days away from election

Student politicians encourage voting just days away from election

Abby Sink, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

The upcoming November midterm elections will be the first time many college students will head to the polls to cast a ballot. University Center West has been a hub for political organizations on campus for weeks to help register students and ensure that they vote. Members of the House of Repres...

Voter registration information

Voter registration information

September 25, 2017

September 26 is National Voter Registration Day. Indiana: Check contact information for your county. Check status: http://ow.ly/jWCp30fqle7 Voters must live in the precinct for at least 30 days before the next election. Voters must register at least 29 days before an election. Kentucky:...

Wright named SGA President

Wright named SGA President

Nick Leighty

April 13, 2016

Growing up, Ashley Wright thought about becoming a lawyer. Now, she plans on becoming a lobbyist. This change in career goals led her to her new position as Student Government Association president. The SGA executive office election ended April 1, with all positions uncontested. Wright will be ...

A voice for students: Three vie for SGA presidency

A voice for students: Three vie for SGA presidency

Rachel Christian

March 3, 2015

For the first time in four years, more than one candidate is fighting for the Student Government Association's presidential seat. The Shield sat down with both candidates to see what their plans are for the prestigious position and how they hope to improve the USI community. Bueltel looks to establish...

SGA elections still leave seats empty

Jessie Hellmann

April 3, 2013

Student Government Association (SGA) elections, which wrapped up early Saturday morning, left 93 percent of positions open and had votes from 7 percent of the entire student population. Nine USI students ran for office and were elected, leaving 47 open positions, said newly elected SGA President Z...

SGA elections kick off Monday

James Vaughn

March 20, 2013

Students aren’t seeing much competition in the Student Government Association (SGA) elections which start Monday. SGA’s current Executive Vice-President Brian Anslinger is going head-to-head with sophomore health administration major Travis Dickison for the only contended position. “It’s healthy t...

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