Editorial: This week's referenda - Opinion
| April 18, 2011The Editorial Board urges students to vote for the proposed changes to the Honor Code but it does not support the ENDA referendum.
Referendum addresses employment discrimination - News
| April 18, 2011
In addition to the referendum on the Honor Committee proposed by Dan May ’11, the USG spring elections ballot will include a referendum proposed on the Congressional Employment Non-Discrimination Act. A planned third referendum will be removed from the ballot, USG president Michael Yaroshefsky ’12 said.
Hummus referendum defeated - News
| December 03, 2010
The Sabra hummus referendum that garnered international media attention over the past two weeks has been defeated, according to USG election results announced Friday. A total of 1,014 students voted against the referendum, while 699 students voted in favor. If the referendum had been approved, the USG would have asked Dining Services to provide an alternative brand to Sabra hummus in retail locations on campus.
Yaroshefsky ’12 overwhelmingly reelected as USG president - News
| November 29, 2010
Undergraduates overwhelmingly re-elected USG president Michael Yaroshefsky ’12 to a second term last week. He got 1,693 votes, more than three times the 492 received by challenger Polly Korbel ’13.
After week’s delay, voting on Sabra hummus referendum opens - News
| November 29, 2010Beginning today, students will be able to register support, opposition or complete apathy toward the Sabra hummus referendum, which has been hotly debated on campus over the past two weeks.