Editorial: Second term as president, twice the pressure

لمسة واحدة خيار ثنائي سبيل المثال The Student Government Association (SGA) announced Ryan Fox won a second term as president at the SGA meeting last Thursday. He won by 97 votes.


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كيف اشتري الاسهم عن طريق النت If you tally the votes, 54 percent of voters (that’s 10 percent no confidence and 44 percent for SGA’s Vice President for Academic Affairs Amanda Sabia) didn’t want Fox to win. And that’s from the 24.85 percent of students who actually cared enough about the election to vote.

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سعر غرام الذهب في السعودية So what does that mean? Out of the students who took the time to vote, more than half didn’t want to see Fox in office for another year. So now that he is, the pressure is on. He’s got a full year of perspective under his belt, and – here’s hoping – he will make more thoughtful and pertinent decisions to benefit the student population.


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