Lorenzo Leo, Dennis Weiboldt, Kat Kmetz, Ted Park, and Shakay Khatua will represent the freshman class in the Senate this year.
UGBC will hold Senate elections on Thursday for the five Class of 2023 seats, three at-large senator seats, and one Class of 2020 seat.
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College and College Democrats of BC joined forces, organizing a discussion on the role of social media in elections.
Elections for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Senate, previously known as the Student Assembly (SA), will be held on Thursday.
This year, the question “Should Boston College withhold investments from the fossil fuel industry?” will appear on the presidential elections ballot for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College.
The two remaining presidential teams in the Undergraduate Government of Boston College presidential election race disclosed their official platforms at Monday night’s election kickoff. Both teams also sent The Heights extended platforms with more policy details.
The three teams campaigning to be Undergraduate Government of Boston College President and Executive Vice President released their initial platform proposals to The Heights after they officially declared their candidacies this week. At the core of all three platforms is the intent to cultivate a more inclusive campus culture, but the teams disagree on how…
After a technical hiccup delayed the elections, this year’s Undergraduate Government of Boston College elections for Student Assembly (SA) filled nine open seats—four first-year positions, three senior class positions, and two miscellaneous positions.
Ayanna Pressley’s win over incumbent Michael Capuano, BC Law ’77, was one of the most surprising and historic elections of the Massachusetts primary. With no GOP challenger, she is poised to take the seat for the 7th District in the November elections.
The Elections Committee is hosting a debate on diversity and inclusion on Tuesday evening, as well as a final debate on Feb. 11.