Tagged - SA Elections

Bhattacharjee wins SA presidency

Bhattacharjee and running mate sophomore Sybilla Moore garnered 689 votes, defeating the next-highest opposing ticket by 421 votes.

March 31 presidential debate gives UR a look into SA hopefuls

While the candidates explained the ideal relationship between student government and administration, a small mechanical whirr could be heard from…

Student community reacts to SA election results

Rising juniors Sabeet Kazmi and Rusama Haque will be the Students’ Association (SA) president and vice president next year, garnering twice as many votes as their competition.

Gorka wins SA presidency

Junior Justyna Gorka and running mate junior Marc Haddad garnered 636 votes, defeating the opposing ticket — sophomores Ian Krager and Izzy Murphy — by 108.

2020 SA presidential debate highlights

In UR’s first-ever SA presidential debate over Zoom, juniors Justyna Gorka and Marc Haddad emphasized government reform and community outreach,…

SA and Class Council campaigns kick off online, voting begins Sunday

The voting period for all open positions starts April 5 at noon on CCC, and runs till April 7. Campaigns began online on Sunday.

Senate Summary Feb. 17 2020: Elections process, SAD lamps, all-gender restrooms

The SA meeting for Feb. 17 included a discussion of potential changes to the process of electing the SA president, an announcement of a booth at Fresh Check Day to promote SAD lamps, and further discussion of the all-gender restroom project headed by the Campus Services Committee.

First-year senators take office

The four first-years who topped the ballot in Senate elections — Andre Tulloch, Alina Fang Christopher Lu, and Devon Rogers…

SA Senate elections matter

As campaign posters start to pop up, it’s once again time to elect the first-year SA senators.  With over 20…

Before Quad Fox, there was Rinky: Siberian husky and perennial SA candidate

A Siberian husky who prowled campus in the ‘70s and ‘80s, Rinky earned around 15 percent of the vote in multiple SA presidential elections.