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Transition underway as USG swearing-in approaches

As their swearing-in date of April 4 approaches, newly elected Undergraduate Student Government president Andrew Jackson and vice president Sophie Chang are mapping out their administration’s ambitions and aspirations in the coming weeks. Jackson, a third-year in Spanish and political science, and Chang, a third-year ...

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Andrew Jackson, Sophie Chang win USG election

Undergraduate Student Government’s next president will be Andrew Jackson, a third-year in Spanish and political science. Jackson and his running mate, Sophie Chang, a third-year in environment, economy, sustainability and development, were announced as the winners of the 2017 election Thursday night. With 45 percent ...

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USG, College Dems condemn TPUSA for campaign-finance connections

After connections surfaced between the conservative nonprofit Turning Point USA and student government campaigns across the country — including Ohio State — multiple OSU organizations have denounced TPUSA and outside influences on OSU’s Undergraduate Student Government campaigns. “Partisan politics have no place in (USG), period,” ...

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USG campaigns kick off

The Undergraduate Student Government’s campaign season for the 2017-18 school year officially kicked off Wednesday night at 8 p.m., with four presidential campaigns on the ballot. Campaign season will last two weeks, with the voting opening on March 6 at noon and closing on March ...

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