This UC election is unlike many in recent campus history. In addition to voting between four tickets for UC President and Vice President, you also have the opportunity to vote on three referenda that address large campus issues.
Fixing gender disparities in the college sphere will have an impact on who we are and how we interact with others when we leave Harvard.
The real world needs not only the qualities of the youth, but also adult decision-makers that actively listen to the youth.
We sincerely believe that students should have a stronger, more unified, productive voice on campus, in communicating with each other and with the administration. This school can feel more like a distant institution than a place where we all live and study; students should be changing that, and we really want to help.
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