ASUWT town hall meeting goes awry

By Angela Suresh & Dan Barnett Students and faculty were left with more questions than answers after the ASUWT town hall meeting last Wednesday. A select panel of ASUWT board and senate members l...

Next Steps for ASUWT, Post-Election

  After an anxiety inducing week of waiting for election votes to be tallied, candidates gathered on May 18 to hear the results. Among the candidates-elect were Sophie Nop as your president, as ...

ASUWT Election Results Are In

  The Election Administration Committee (EAC) announced ASUWT’s election results on Monday afternoon, May 18, at the Student Y. The electoral votes had been verified May 15, but not even the can...

Student Government Elections are Crucial

  While the public’s attention is focused on whether Hillary will win the U.S. presidential election that takes place in over a year, I encourage students to come back to the present moment and ...

New Constitution Comes to UWT

    UWT is rapidly growing; the university plans for 7000 students by 2017. Currently, there are eight senators total for 4500 students, with one senator per 500 students. ASUWT  says they ...