“Achampong and King have support from all sides to push harder on free speech and make headway for student rights that have been missing in the past.”
Akosua Achampong and Tt King developed appreciation for advocacy work even before they got to college. Now they bring that perspective to UGBC.
“After reading a column in The Heights by Rachel Loos, I need to respond to this opinionated article.”
The resolution called for UGBC to acknowledge and recognize “pro-life activism” as a “legitimate and important form of advocacy.”
Achampong and King got 51 percent of the vote in CSOM, compared to 73 percent in Morrissey, Lynch, and Connell combined.
“We should look at the campaign of Batsinelas and Mancini as an example of how not to resolve cognitive dissonance.”
“The survey indicates that a majority of students believe that UGBC is doing a good job of addressing issues of race and gender on campus.”
Of the 10 categories surveyed, disabilities and transitioning into the BC community were the only two that received “neutral” rankings by the majority of responders. The rest were “agree” or “strongly agree.”
On Thursday evening, Aksoua Achampong and Tt King, both MCAS ’18, were elected UGBC president and EVP, ending a contentious election season.
“In light of the social media mismanagement that has occurred in both campaigns, it is time for the EC to reform its social media policies”