Student Body elections are here, and it is up to the students of Snow College to vote for their new student leaders.
Student body representatives are responsible for providing fun and diverse activities. They create campus events, encourage all students to be involved in clubs, and bring about positive changes throughout the campus community.
The candidates are Karen Valdez for President, running with Eduardo Hernandez as her Vice President and Seth Robertson for President running with Madi Allinson as his Vice President. Each of these candidates seek to bring about the best changes for this campus that are possible.
Seth and Madi’s campaign slogan is “Looking out for you.” According to the Snow College voting page, their goal is to “promote a sense of belonging for the students of Snow College so that they can fully appreciate the Spirit of Snow.”
Karen and Eduardo’s campaign slogan is “Making Friends, Making Memories, and Making a Difference.” Also according to the Snow College voting page, their goal is to “help students at Snow College make the most out of their college experience.”
There is a ‘meet the candidates’ event directly after Convocations today, in the Eccles building. Students can attend this meeting to get a better idea of who the candidates are and what they stand for.
Once students have a better understanding of who the candidates are, they are encouraged to vote for their preferred candidates.
Voting begins March 1st and will go until March 3rd at 5pm. To vote, go on Canvas, and under the ‘courses’ tab select ‘all courses’. That is where the course titled ‘Student Body Presidency Elections’ is. Here students can watch campaign videos, read about the candidates slogans, and vote for who they want to be the student body representatives next year.
It is important to vote because Snow College is a two-year school. Having a smaller school means that the interests of students are more concentrated.
All of the candidates are working valiantly to improve the school for all who go here, research what is most important and vote for which candidate represents those values.