Volume 96, Issue 87
Friday, March 14, 2003

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Wanna vote for VPs?

To the Editor

Another University Students' Council election is upon us, yet, sadly, the student population does not have a vote. The elections for vice-presidents are occurring, and less than 150 council members are entitled to participate in this election.

An integral plank in my presidential platform was the at-large election of USC vice-presidents so that all students could have a say. I still firmly believe in the idea that the student population should decide who is spending their money. In my new role as a USC King's College councillor, I am in the position to vote on who our new vice-presidents will be.

I'm opening my vote to the students of Western.

I'm inviting the student population to view the VP candidates' Web sites and let me know who I should vote for. E-mail me at brook_dyson@hotmail.com with your choices, and I will cast my vote accordingly.

Most of these candidates have a Web site – some don't. There are pamphlets of all candidates available in the USC office on the third floor of the University Community Centre; I encourage all students to look at them.

I may only have a single vote, but I feel that it will be the one vote that reflects the will of the students at Western.


VP Campus Issues
Myron Belej
Jenny Dyck
Adrienne Kennedy
Ila Seegobin

VP Education
Dave Ford
Jen Forgie
Mark Huston

VP Finance
Rohan Belliappa
Charlene Naft

VP Student Affairs
Pat Giles
Matt Huether
Mark Weir



Brook Dyson
Political Science IV
King's College USC Councillor

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