Council members said that a lack of enthusiasm will be one of the problems that Ava Nasrollahzadeh ’16 and Dhruv P. Goyal ’16, the Council’s next President and Vice President, will face.
The final calculation came out favoring Nasrollahzadeh-Goyal over Yang-Jackson by about 70 votes, about 2 percent of the total voters, and marked an end to a crowded and close election.
Students are turning out to vote in high numbers even as Undergraduate Council representatives withhold endorsements from a crowded council presidency race entering its final day.
Tickets in this year’s Undergraduate Council presidential elections have exhibited different attitudes toward campaign spending and club endorsements.
Meghamsh Kanuparthy ’16 and Ema H. Horvath ’16 answer six of The Crimson's questions on the race's most pressing issues.
Ava Nasrollahzadeh ’16 and Dhruv P. Goyal ’16 answer six of The Crimson's questions on the race's most pressing issues.
Happy Yang ’16 and Faith A. Jackson ’16 answer six of The Crimson's questions on the race's most pressing issues.
Luke R. Heine ’17 and Stephen A. Turban '17 answer six of The Crimson's questions on the race's most pressing issues.
The announcement would come after many students criticized the University’s decision to close Stillman in order to shift resources to other UHS services.
The four tickets vying for the Undergraduate Council’s top spots in the upcoming presidential elections praised Council leaders but attempted to differentiate themselves from the current administration at a debate at the Institute of Politics Thursday night.
Students will vote on three referendum questions concerning course difficulty ratings, section size caps, and nap spaces in the Undergraduate Council presidential election next week.