Tag Archives: Executive Elections 2016

Staff Editorial: The dilemma of LUCC campaign promises

This past Monday, Lawrence University Community Council’s (LUCC) General Council approved the executive election results, effectively making juniors Max Loebl and Jo-Hanna Rifai president- and vice president-elect respectively. At the conclusion of a lengthy application, campaign and election process, it is appropriate to reflect on what has been brought to the table. When campaigning, LUCC

LUCC President and Vice President elected: Max Loebl & Jo-Hanna Rifai

The Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) conducted its annual executive elections on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Hours after the election concluded, The Lawrentian broke the news that juniors Max Loebl and Jo-Hanna Rifai had been elected president and vice president of LUCC respectively. Preparations for the election started in ninth week of Fall Term when LUCC

BREAKING: Loebl and Rifai bag victories at the LUCC executive elections

The Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) released the results of the recently concluded executive elections to The Lawrentian. Junior Max Loebl won the presidential election, while junior Jo-Hanna Rifai succeeded in the vice presidential race. A total of 652 and 644 valid votes were cast in the presidential and vice presidential elections respectively. On his victory, Loebl

LUCC Executive Elections 2016 – Candidate Profile (Jo-Hanna Rifai)

To prepare our readers for the upcoming Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) executive elections, The Lawrentian has compiled candidate profiles. Members of the Lawrence community can learn more about these candidates at a debate hosted by The Lawrentian‘s Zach Ben-Amots and Amaan Khan on Monday, Jan. 18 at 8:15 p.m. in the Nathan Marsh Pusey room of

LUCC Executive Elections 2016 – Candidate Profile (Glenn McMahon)

To prepare our readers for the upcoming Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) executive elections, The Lawrentian has compiled candidate profiles. Members of the Lawrence community can learn more about these candidates at a debate hosted by The Lawrentian‘s Zach Ben-Amots and Amaan Khan on Monday, Jan. 18 at 8:15 p.m. in the Nathan Marsh Pusey room of

LUCC Executive Elections 2016 – Candidate Profile (Abedin Rafique)

To prepare our readers for the upcoming Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) executive elections, The Lawrentian has compiled candidate profiles. Members of the Lawrence community can learn more about these candidates at a debate hosted by The Lawrentian‘s Zach Ben-Amots and Amaan Khan on Monday, Jan. 18 at 8:15 p.m. in the Nathan Marsh Pusey room of

LUCC Executive Elections 2016 – Candidate Profile (Max Loebl)

To prepare our readers for the upcoming Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) executive elections, The Lawrentian has compiled candidate profiles. Members of the Lawrence community can learn more about these candidates at a debate hosted by The Lawrentian‘s Zach Ben-Amots and Amaan Khan on Monday, Jan. 18 at 8:15 p.m. in the Nathan Marsh Pusey room of

LUCC announces candidate list for executive elections

BREAKING NEWS: After the deadline for submission of applications and signatures elapsed at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 14, the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) released the final list of candidates for the upcoming executive elections. The candidates for the position of president are juniors Max Loebl and Abedin Rafique. Meanwhile, juniors Elana Lambert, Glenn

Letter to the Editor: Amaan Khan

To the Editor,   This past Monday, Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) President Wesley Varughese reported to General Council that by the Saturday deadline, only three candidates had submitted paperwork to run for the upcoming executive elections—one for president and two for vice president. Varughese then successfully proposed to the council that it vote on

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