With the Nov. 6 midterm elections right around the corner, you may be asking yourself, “Am I going to vote?” However, the question you should be asking yourself is, “Who am I voting for?” Voter turnout among young people, such as college students, is often low because young people feel
Campaign season has begun for Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association positions for the 2018-2019 school year. SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson and At-Large Representative Jonathan Kigigha are running for president. Hutchinson said she thinks she has done a good job as president this semester and she wants to continue the momentum.
Voting for the 2017-2018 Student Government Association candidates, as well as Mr. and Ms. Wesleyan, began Wednesday and will continue through Friday. Students can vote via a link on an email sent out by Eugene Frier, assistant dean of student engagement, early Wednesday. The winners will be announced during free
The Student Government Association will hold voting next week for next year’s SGA positions. Voting will take place April 26-28 and candidates will be unable to campaign within 24 hours of voting beginning, according to SGA Chief Justice William Wick. It has not yet been confirmed where students will be
The Student Government Association has begun the election process for next year’s SGA membership. Students met with SGA Chief Justice William Wick on April 10 and 11 in the Carter Conference Room in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center to make sure they understood the election rules. They were also given an