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Madson Ticket Officially Disqualified, Primary Elections to No Longer Take Place

Madson Ticket Officially Disqualified, Primary Elections to No Longer Take Place

By Natalie Colby, News Writer

February 18, 2020

  At an Associated Students of University of Utah Supreme Court hearing on Feb. 17, the Madson ticket — Kaden Madson, Delaney Horchover and Chandler Blount — was officially disqualified from the ASUU presidential race as the court ruled in favor of the elections registrar Audrey Stegman.  ...

Four Candidates Announce Runs for ASUU Presidential Elections

Four Candidates Announce Runs for ASUU Presidential Elections

By Natalie Colby, News Writer

February 10, 2020

Update: The Madson ticket has been disqualified from this election cycle for failing to complete "the orientation for all Executive candidates" and "the mandatory diversity education" requirements by their respective deadlines as outlined in the Executive 2019-2020 Candidate Packet. As the university prepares for a new school year, the Associated Students of the University of Utah, the student government at...

Complete 2019 ASUU Election Victories: Barnes Ticket and More

Complete 2019 ASUU Election Victories: Barnes Ticket and More

By Mandi Johansen

March 3, 2019

  The results of the 2019-2020 Associated Students of the University of Utah (ASUU) student government elections are officially in. The Barnes Ticket party came out victorious in the election for ASUU president and vice presidents. Anna Barnes will serve as student body president, while Latifa...

Owen Migdal and Gabriel Misla Run to Represent the College of Fine Arts

Owen Migdal and Gabriel Misla Run to Represent the College of Fine Arts

By Josh Petersen, Digital Managing Editor

March 1, 2019

  This article was originally published in print on Feb. 25. Since then, Owen Migdal and Gabriel Misla have been elected as representatives for the College of Fine Arts. The fine arts are a central part of the culture at the University of Utah. Art departments at the U are known for their ta...

Petersen: The Barnes Ticket Represents an Increasingly Diverse Student Body

Petersen: The Barnes Ticket Represents an Increasingly Diverse Student Body

By Josh Petersen, Digital Managing Editor

February 28, 2019

  In this year’s ASUU elections, one major race feels especially anticlimactic. The race for the ASUU executive branch, which includes the student body president and two vice presidents, has only one candidate: the Barnes Ticket. Anna Barnes is running for president, Latifa Yaqoobi is the candidate...

Vison Party wins close race

Vison Party wins close race

March 7, 2014

Justin Spangler and Madison Black of the Vision party will be the next president and vice president of ASUU. Taylor Thompson, the elections registrar, made the announcement at 10 a.m. on March 7 on the Union Patio. “[I’m] still shaking,” Spangler said after the results were announced. “It’...

B-Rax on the Trax Episode 05 (2nd Interview with HOUSE Party)

March 6, 2013

Follow up interview with ASUU Presidential and VP candidates from the HOUSE Party, on the subject of Tuesday's debate. Listen, Become informed, and VOTE March 4th through the 7th.

SPECIAL: 2013 ASUU Student Government Debate #2 – Feb 26

February 27, 2013

This is the second of two debates between the House Party and the Peak Party for the upcoming Utah Student Government elections.  Held at the Hinkley Caucus in the OSH bldg, both parties presented what they plan for the future of the University of Utah.  Questions ranged from what both parties plan...

B-Rax on the Trax (Exclusive interview with HOUSE Party)

B-Rax on the Trax (Exclusive interview with HOUSE Party)

February 22, 2013

Back Where You Belong -  38 Special Fix Me - 10 Years Got Me Under Pressure - ZZ Top Exclusive Interview with The HOUSE Party NICK and SAM running President and VP Leave It - Yes Don't Stop Believin' - Journey Exclusive Interview with SAM and NICK from The HOUSE Party running for ASUU Here I Go Again...

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