Líderes estudiantiles de WSUSA

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Traducido por Matías Pedreira La Asociación de Estudiantes de la Universidad Weber State anunció la próxima ronda de líderes estudiantiles electos el 5 de marzo en el show de talentos […]

Putting students through at WSU

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Putting Student Through nominations have begun at Weber State University. These awards are a commemorative way for graduating students to recognize the people they feel have supported them unconditionally throughout […]

Vote or be voted for

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Bonus Information: According to data collected by Weber State University during the third week of the fall 2018 semester, 27,465 undergraduate students were enrolled. Among them, 2,025 voted in the WSUSA 2019-20 elections.

2068 students voted in the 2018-19 elections and only 1732 voted for the 2017-18 elections. During the 2018 school year, approximately 0.06% undergraduate enrolled students voted to be represented in their own student body government.

which saw 2068 and 2025 voters respectively.

Campaign packets come due

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Student government elections are just around the corner, with candidacy declaration packets due on Friday, Feb. 22. Davis Campus Senator Alex Cothran tweeted, “Elections are approaching! Plan events, represent your […]

WSUSA begins campaign to better involve student body

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Student Body President Aulola Moli and other board members of the Weber State University Student Association are proposing a new campaign to announce their leadership roles and how they’re filling […]

Weber State announces 22 new student senators

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From all corners of campus, Wildcats gathered Friday to meet the new student senators who will serve as next year’s Weber State University legislative branch. “I think that everybody that got […]