As students prepare to vote in the first Undergraduate Government of Boston College (UGBC) election since the controversial results of last spring’s executive election, candidates are again calling for more transparency from the Elections Committee (EC).
The Elections Committee’s sanctions changed the outcome of the 2020 Undergraduate Government of Boston College election. The EC handed down seemingly inconsistent punishments for campaign violations, but it has refused to publicly share how it decides sanctions, who comprises the EC, or even how many members it has.The EC has denied multiple requests from The…
The Elections Committee is hosting a debate on diversity and inclusion on Tuesday evening, as well as a final debate on Feb. 11.
On Thursday evening, Aksoua Achampong and Tt King, both MCAS ’18, were elected UGBC president and EVP, ending a contentious election season.
The candidates will next meet in Tuesday night’s diversity and inclusion town hall event.
Coming off of a hectic elections year, the BC Elections Committee takes a well-deserved breather and reflects on a wild semester in undergraduate politics.
Following the primary, three teams will continue on in hopes of becoming the 2016-17 UGBC president: Russell Simons, Matthew Ulrich, and Nikita Patel.