The students have spoken and Baylor has three new officers in next year’s student government.
Election day has arrived, and the candidates for positions in the student government elections are wrapping up the campaign season, during which they have been lobbying for the votes of their colleagues for the past two weeks.
Every year the Lariat editorial board interviews student body officer candidates in order to understand platforms, gauge abilities and represent the student body’s voice. This year’s editorial board has chosen to continue the endorsements. We are endorsing junior Kelly Rapp for student body president on a 5-0-0 vote and Raechel Adams for external vice president on a 5-0-0 vote.
Here’s the thing about any governing body: you know something it did something wrong when people start talking about it.
Houston junior Zach Rogers defeated Houston junior Ben Aguinaga for student body president and Falls City junior Michael Lyssy defeated Houston sophomore Brian Kim for internal vice president in a runoff election Tuesday.
Vote in the runoff elections between student body president candidates Ben Aguinaga and Zach Rogers and internal vice president candidates Brian Kim and Michael Lyssy from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Voting is available at www.baylor.edu/sg/vote.
A runoff Tuesday will determine both the student body president and internal vice president elections.
Student Body President Cristina Galvan “I want to continue to ensure that the student voice is heard and acknowledged and listened to and working to make Baylor more affordable for students.” Zach Rogers “The Lord has given me a passion to serve and with this passion, I want to use
Today marks the start of full campaigning for student body officers as students seek leadership positions to give back to our community. Each year the Lariat interviews the student body officer candidates and endorses one candidate for each position.