Will Gigerich and Miki Kawahara were announced as winners of SGA’s presidential election after communicating their mission of community, equity and advocacy. The pair is excited to bring change to SGA.
At the end of the campaigns, here is what students need to know about the candidates before you cast your vote.
Will Gigerich, Paul Ford and Thomas Dziwlik and their vice president candidates spoke on behalf of their campaigns in the first SGA presidential debate since 2019.
Junior strategic communication major Maya Patel talks about her accomplishments in the fall semester and her goals for the future.
Stevie Sedlacko and Maya Patel are set to take over as president and vice president, respectively, for the next academic year. The future leaders ran on the platform of authenticity, trust and engagement.
Tonight, the Butler University Student Government Association held its presidential debate. Kristin Camiliere, host of the Butler Collegian News Report, was in Jordan Hall live to preview and recap the event.
Butler students received election results on Mar 1. All election winners will begin their official terms at the start of the 2018-2019 school year, Aug. 22.
Four Student Government Association presidential candidates sat on Sunday in front of a metaphorical firing squad: the staff of The Butler Collegian.
On Monday, Butler University students will hit the polls ready to vote for the next Student Government Association president. For those reading this very editorial, they’re seeing the giant headline that shows that the staff of The Collegian approves of Mike Keller and found him to be the best-suited candidate in the election. You’ll see…
My tenure as The Butler Collegian’s editor in chief has contained its fair share of nail-biters, challenges and joys. Leading this influential student organization is a challenging job—much like the role of Student Government Association president. Granted, holding government accountable and actually governing are two different things, but learning from this experience has taught me…