With many uncontested (or essentially uncontested) races, SUS elections have not had much excitement factor this year. (Except maybe this.) Still, there’s one race worth talking about, and Kevin Moore shares his thoughts on that. SUS AMS Rep The race for SUS AMS rep is looking to be the most exciting of the SUS elections. […]

SUS Elections 2010 Preview

Posted by: | March 14, 2010 | 1 Comment

AUS, EUS, and now SUS. We’ve got ’em all. (Actually not true – sorry HKin – let us know if there is anyone interested in covering HKin). Here are some initial thoughts on the SUS races. My name is Kevin Moore and I am going to be covering the SUS elections for you this year. […]

SUS election results!

Posted by: | March 17, 2007 | 8 Comments

These are unofficial until next Thursday, but I thought I’d post them anyhow. Note the high voter turnout via WebCT! PresidentMichael Duncan – Yes 1079, No 206 Vice President ExternalJamil Rhajiak – Yes 989, No 227 Vice President InternalJimmy Yan – 474Stephen Yoon – 321Gregory Stegeman – 211Farzin Barekat – 157 Director of AdministrationAlex Lougheed […]

It seems to me that the current undergraduate society election taking place (link), which like many bureaucratized “representative” bodies suffers from self-prescribed self-importance yet in praxis reveals to be quite disconnected from its roots, has internally been turmoiled, yet externally invisible. Allow me to call this turmoil an internal collapse – an implosion, if you […]

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