What do you think of student government?

  • Matias Gervai, 4th year, Physics

    I left it to other people to decide...especially since it’s uncontested and there’s only one choice, I felt that there was no point in me doing anything at all.

  • Beatriz Carazo del Hoyo, 1st year, Bioanthropology, International Student Director, 2014-15

    Student politics is important because it’s the way students have to express how they feel about [the] university and what we should change in it. 

  • Daniel Van Eerd, 4th year, Biology (Hons.)

    Through exams and general assignments, I didn’t take the time out to vote. I feel kinda bad for it, not gonna lie...I do feel that [student politics] is important. It plays a role in the school, in the outcomes of what we end up seeing here at the university. You can’t really ignore it.

  • Rachel Hiebert, 4th year, Theatre

    I didn’t vote in the elections because I didn’t know that they were happening until the very last minute, and by then it was too late. But I feel like this time around the elections were not as well-publicized as they have been in previous years.

Published in Volume 68, Number 23 of The Uniter (March 12, 2014)

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