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There are 8 comments on Polls Open

  1. I’m voting the Greek write-in ticket just because I can’t stand how pompous and arrogant people involved in student government are. You aren’t a governor or anything, just give the money out and be humble. I hope the frat people can just chill

  2. I’m voting for the Greek write-in. They are people who will be capable of leading Student Union without any of the typical politician frills attached. Their goals are clear and in line with what I think the student body wants.

  3. I’m not voting greek because this whole thing is a joke to them. They didn’t get on the ballot, and didn’t release their “platform” until 4 days into campaigning.

    Give me a break.

  4. I’m voting Julian Jensen for President, James Boggie for VP, Alex Vaccario for Sectrary, and Joe Nangle for Treasurer. We will have both experience and new eyes on student government.

  5. I am not voting Greek. First, how do you organize a monthly meeting for all students, that sounds absolutely ridiculous. What are we going to have 16,000 of us hangout on the BU Beach with Dean Elmore? Oh, maybe we can all go to Agganis!

    Also, Why would you vote Greek. None of their team has any experience in Student Union, in any government, and this means that they know absolutely nothing about how this stuff works. It is going to take them a little while to learn all the inner workings of union’s bureaucracy, and once they do one semester will be over.

    Things that bring students together, well isn’t that Programming Council’s job? “Jensen mentions Renew BU’s plan to extend the BUS into Allston, which he fully supports.”, Thanks Jensen, it is great to know that because you don’t have your own ideas your supporting others!

    Everything in the Vote Greek campaign says that they will utilize resources, create monthly meetings, and making it possible to start a club at any point in the year….all of these mean absolutely nothing and have no basis or idea for implementation….

    Vote Greek, more like Don’t Speak, Mr. Jensen.

  6. Wanna know why I’m voting for renew BU?

    They’re the ONLY ONES IVE SEEN! I mean seriously, can we really expect anyone to represent us if they can’t even be out during campaign week to meet us?

    The other two slates are ridiculous.

  7. I find it funny that the whole Vote Greek platform is about learning and accepting and becoming a family – if you’re not part of the 7% greek – when have you EVER felt like a family around the greeks? I am not greek and feel EXTREMELY outcasted near them. They’re obsessed with each other and each other only. I would love to hear response from someone not greek who actually feels included (other than at their precious parties in which they often get arrested at) and part of their “family.”

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