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2016 SUA Officer Results Announced

NCAA Opinion Poll PASS "Would you support a new student fee of approximately $90 per quarter ($270 per year) to retain the current NCAA Athletics program at...

2016 SUA Candidate Interviews

President Candidate Ray A. Inoue VP of Internal Affairs Candidate Grace Shefcik VP of External Affairs CandidateJudith Gutierrez VP for Diversity and Inclusion Candidate Eli O. Guzman-Martin VP for Diversity and Inclusion Candidate...

Student Fees on Next Week’s Ballot

Measure 64 By Arthur Zhu Measure 64 proposes to amend Measure 32, which began fall 2007 and is permanent, with no end date. It proposes to...

What’s Next?

The spring election attracted the highest voter turnout in the last eight years — about 39 percent of undergraduate students voted. Due to low voter...

2015 SUA Officer Election Results Announced

The SUA Constitutional Amendments have passed, and the titles have changed from "chair" to "president." President: Julie Rachel Foster Vice President of Internal Affairs: Jabari Brown Vice President of...

Letter from the Editors: Connection to Student Body Outweighs SUA Experience

This Letter from the Editors is published with our Elections Special Issue, on stands Thursday May 14. Vote at Voting ends May 18.   About 430 seats...

Interviews with SUA Officers

SUA Chair Candidate Julie Foster SUA Chair Candidate Brad Mleynek SUA Chair Candidate Shubhankar Sharan SUA Internal Vice Chair candidates SUA Organizing Director candidates SUA Commissioner of Diversity candidates Commissioner of Academic...

Student Fee Measures / Constitutional Amendments

Campus-specific student fees are proposed and voted through by way of a referendum during SUA elections. Stringent budget cuts have turned student fees into...


  Letter from the Editors Video Interviews with Officer Candidates Proposed Student Fees/Constitutional Amendements    VOTE HERE