Donovan and Johnson’s RHA presidential campaign strives to create community through collaboration, approachability and sustainability.
True/False, campus elections, Missouri basketball and more in this week’s news quiz.
MSA and RHA debates, TigerWiFi and more in this week’s news quiz.
Recca/Davis emphasized campus safety, while Davis/Richmond hope to diversify the Residence Halls Association from the top down.
Voting opens March 1 and closes March 3.
Matt Bourke: “I’m really glad we’re going to be able to show RHA what we can do in the next year.”
Voting begins March 2 at 10:00 a.m. and goes until March 4 at 10:00 a.m. Results will be announced March 4 in Traditions Plaza.
Slates will focus on issues concerning students in the residence halls, such as mental health and inclusion.
RHA Chief Justice Garrett Wilt: “You’ve got the potential for two slates, one in RHA and one in MSA, to collaborate with one another. If one of them fails, it could create an awfully awkward situation.”
Voting begins on March 2.
Elections will begin on Feb. 27 and results will be announced March 1.
Zack Folk and Lindsay Weber received 37 percent of the 748 student votes.
Teams from Rollins, Pavilion, Plaza 900 and the MU Student Center created dishes for expert critique.
Slate Rucker-Krenning said they would like to have recycle bin options in the rooms of the residential halls.