Wednesday, March 29

Editorial: Engagement in student government is critical for graduate student body

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Two weeks ago, the Los Angeles city elections flaunted the year’s most dismal instance of voter apathy. And then the UCLA graduate student government election process began.


(William Zou/Daily Bruin)
(William Zou/Daily Bruin)

(Harishwer Balasubramani/Daily Bruin)
(Harishwer Balasubramani/Daily Bruin)

The failure of Measure S in last week's city election indicates that Los Angeles voters view high-density affordable housing favorably. Westwood officials would do well to emulate that mentality. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)
The failure of Measure S in last week's city election indicates that Los Angeles voters view high-density affordable housing favorably. Westwood officials would do well to emulate that mentality. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

While Measure S failed in last week's city election, the city government must work to address the "pay-to-play" culture that haunts City Hall. (Daily Bruin file photo)
While Measure S failed in last week's city election, the city government must work to address the "pay-to-play" culture that haunts City Hall. (Daily Bruin file photo)


The undergraduate student government tends to more exclusively serve politically active students groups, but not the entire student body. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The undergraduate student government tends to more exclusively serve politically active students groups, but not the entire student body. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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