C.C. Gong ’15, Sietse K. Goffard ’15, and Chika-Dike O. Nwokike ’15, all of whom lost their presidential or vice presidential bids last month, say they have not decided whether they will run for UC vice president when Gus A. Mayopoulos ’15 assumes the UC presidency.
Gus A. Mayopoulos ’15, front, stands alongside his running mate Sam B. Clark ’15 in the UC presidential debate last month. The duo was elected as UC vice president and president, respectively, in the Nov. 18-21 election.
Gus A. Mayopoulos ’15, the Undergraduate Council Vice President-Elect, will not resign as previously planned, he said late Monday night, a move that is expected to elevate him to the UC presidency.
Just hours before the Undergraduate Council Vice President-Elect told The Crimson that he no longer plans to step down, the UC met to approve a change to the bylaws designed to prepare for potential vacancies in the President and Vice President-Elect positions.
Following an unprecedented series of events culminating with joke ticket candidates Samuel B. Clark ’15 and Gus A. Mayopoulos ’15 winning and immediately announcing plans for resignation from the positions of Undergraduate Council president and vice president, Flyby returns with another interview with these two rising politicians.
From winning the UC election to becoming an instant YouTube celebrity, last week was a big one for Samuel B. Clark '15. Here, Flyby presents the untold story of Clark’s sensational triumph.
In a year when students elected a ticket running under the slogan “You could do worse,” undergraduates reflected on what the first-ever-winning joke ticket means for student government at Harvard.
After winning the Undergraduate Council presidential election with a plurality of votes on Thursday night, Samuel B. Clark ’15 and Gus A. Mayopoulos ’15 said they will resign from their positions immediately after they are instated as UC president and vice president, respectively.
Come next weekend, hundreds of Harvard students will be piling into buses to make the famed pilgrimage to the rough and tumble streets of New Haven, home of the number one safety school. To pass the travel time as Harvard prepares for its seventh consecutive win, take a listen to these classics:
Since voting opened for the Undergraduate Council elections on Monday, the C.C. Gong ’15 and Sietse K. Goffard ’15 campaign has earned more endorsement from student groups than the other two tickets--Chika-Dike Nwokike ’15 and Una Kim ’15 and Samuel B. Clark ’15 and Gus A. Mayopoulous ’15--combined.
C.C. Gong and Sietse Goffard, one of three tickets running for the Undergraduate Council election, stand outside the Science Center Tuesday afternoon to campaign.
The three UC tickets faced off in a presidential debate on Monday night. Watch to see highlights from the issues raised by tickets C.C. Gong '15 and Sietse K. Goffard '15 and Chika-Dike O. Nwokike '15 and Una Kim '15 and the jokes made by candidates Sam B. Clark '15 and Gus A. Mayopoulos '15.
The Undergraduate Council Election Commission confirmed Tuesday night that it will change the voting system for the ongoing UC election from the traditional Hare-Clark method to a plurality method after the Commission inadvertently violated election rules by disallowing voters from ranking all three tickets.