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LUCC Executive Elections: Debate and Results

LUCC Executive Elections: Debate and Results

LUCC presidential candidates, juniors Lewis Berger and Dan Thomas-Commins, and the vice presidential candidate, junior Naomi Oster, debate campus issues. Photo by Emily Midyette At 3 p.m. on Jan. 14 in the Mead Witter room, the 2017 LUCC Executive Election Debate provided candidates an outlet for discussion. Junior Lewis Berger and Dan Thomas-Commins ran for

Election results bring mixed reactions

Wisconsin’s primary elections took place on Tuesday, April 5. As exhibited by the long queues that formed at Alexander Gymnasium, Ward 8’s polling location, Lawrence students had a large turnout. Elections for the positions of Appleton’s mayor and District 4 alderman, respectively, were held on the same day. In the local mayoral elections, incumbent mayor

LUCC Executive Election Results: Canfield and Ditto set to lead LUCC for the next year

The results are in. Lawrence’s new president is senior Jack Canfield, and junior Devin Ditto takes the role of vice president. The ecstatic President-elect Canfield said, “As far as I know, the turnout was really strong, which was really exciting. Lawrence is definitely a place I am passionate about.” Strengthening Lawrence’s sports culture and relationship

Staff Editorial: A noteworthy LUCC vote

Though most students on campus may be abuzz about Trivia, another Lawrence tradition took place this week: the 46th annual LUCC Executive Elections. Two candidates ran for president, while the vice president position went uncontested, a slightly sparse election compared to last year, when three candidates ran for vice president. This is not unexpected. Student

Voter turnout increases in most recent LUCC elections

The Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) recently held District Representative Elections from Sept. 30 through Oct. 2. In this election, student participation increased compared to what it has been in years past. The election occurred to determine the 14 student representatives for each of the seven housing districts here at Lawrence. These representatives are in