Archive for Tag Archives: ' elections'

Whitaker wins

Whitaker wins

Posted On: March 27, 2015

Yohance Whitaker ’16 and Catie Pinkerton ’16 have been declared Student Assembly president and vice president for the [...]

Introducing the candidates: Yohance and Catie

Introducing the candidates: Yohance and Catie

Posted On: March 20, 2015

Yohance Whitaker ’16 and Catie Pinkerton ’16 announced their campaign for Student Assembly president and vice president Monday. [...]

Introducing the candidates: Claire and Marcell

Introducing the candidates: Claire and Marcell

Posted On: March 20, 2015

Three years ago, Claire Etheridge ’16 and Marcell Crawford ’16 were elected to the Botetourt Complex’s Hall Council. [...]

2 tickets announce candidacy for SA president and vice president

2 tickets announce candidacy for SA president and vice president

Posted On: March 16, 2015

Student Assembly election season kicks off Monday, March 16 at 12:01 a.m. with the announcement of candidates and [...]

Bowing out

Bowing out

Posted On: February 05, 2015

In a stunning display of self-awareness, the Undergraduate Council voted to dissolve itself during the Student Assembly’s last [...]

23 candidates elected to Honor Council

23 candidates elected to Honor Council

Posted On: January 30, 2015

In a Jan. 28 election, students at the College of William and Mary selected 23 of their peers [...]

What the Senate race means for student voters

What the Senate race means for student voters

Posted On: November 03, 2014

In light of Senate elections, students weigh in on who they believe in the best candidate. To the [...]

Gillespie’s five-point plan proves success

Gillespie’s five-point plan proves success

Posted On: November 03, 2014

I encourage you to look up Gillespie’s policies for yourself, as well. Gillespie is focused on improving conditions [...]

To the left: Vote, but don’t stop there

To the left: Vote, but don’t stop there

Posted On: November 03, 2014

So I’d say to the disaffected left: Vote on Tuesday. But don’t stop there. [...]

The bipartisan perspective on Virginia’s 2014 Senate race

The bipartisan perspective on Virginia’s 2014 Senate race

Posted On: October 30, 2014

Contrary to popular wisdom, this race isn’t a surefire Democrat against a lockstep Republican. It’s a race between [...]