LSA junior Anushka Sarkar and Public Policy junior Nadine Jawad will serve as the 2017-18 Central Student Government president and vice president, respectively, according to election results released early Saturday morning.
Results to the LSA Student Government election were released Friday afternoon, formally announcing LSA junior Nicholas Fadanelli as president, and LSA junior Ryan Gillcrist as vice president. A total of 13 candidates ran for 13 LSA representative positions, and they were all elected.
With just hours remaining before polls opened for the 2017-18 Central Student Government elections Tuesday evening, Public Policy junior Nadine Jawad, the eMerge vice-presidential candidate who currently serves as an executive policy adviser, made a final proposal to the current assembly.
LSA junior Evan Rosen, a University of Michigan Central Student Government presidential candidate running with the Movement party, was at The Michigan Daily’s debate for only a moment before he left to attend a hearing to address two formal complaints filed by the eMerge party to the University E
Thirteen candidates and a presidential and vice presidential nominee presented their platforms and answered questions from constituents at the University of Michigan LSA Student Government Candidates’ Forum on Monday night in the Michigan League.
The Michigan Daily hosted its second annual University of Michigan Central Student Government debate on Monday night, with the president and vice president candidates from eMerge, Movement and the Defend Affirmative Action Party fielding questions from moderators and online submissions.
A recent press release from the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government introduced the Student Fee Advisory Committee, which was originally announced on March 8 and is co-chaired by the presidents of CSG and Rackham Student Government. In coordination with E.