Here are the top six things you need to know for the upcoming MSA election.
Operating under “More to Roar,” the Wopata/McAteer slate aims to build a safe and inclusive community for all MU students.
Schmidt and his running mate, Alp Kahveci, are running under the slogan “Mizzou for You.”
Legion of Black Collegians’ letter: “It is clear now that those involved with this campaign have no intent of helping to eradicate the bigoted and racist problems that have plagued this campus and greater community for so long.”
Now that the election is over, it’s time to learn from this fiasco.
The Ejaz/Parrie platform, “Mizzou Together,” offers the most promising future for MU.
The slates will discuss a variety of topics covering social justice issues, student affordability, campus safety and more.
One change Henderson proposed requires all participants to attend a debriefing event.
The Maneater assesses the collective terms of our past two presidents, including their transparency and the effectiveness of their programs.
The Artis/O’Brien platform, "Join In," gives us concrete plans for the future of MSA and the undergraduate student body.
A number of amendments to the handbook seek to deregulate the MSA presidential election and promote “more competition,” BEC chairman Derek Chung said.
The slate won with 84 percent of votes.
Polling locations, which are a new election feature, might increase voter turnout.
The BEC issued a second major infraction after the terms of the first infraction were violated.
Spencer Maass and Shelby Catalano accepted the major infraction issued to them.
The Maass/Catalano slate did not attend the debate.
The ad features a silhouette of a woman in a seductive pose.
The three slates want to fulfill their campaign promises.
Slates plan to make campus better lit and educate students about safe walks home.