WSA Elekshunz!1!@!!!!

It’s that time…again. Here are the candidates who have respectfully submitted their request for your votes:

Zachary Malter ’13
Corey Guilmette ’13
Lucas San Juan ’13
Evan Weber ’13

This year’s freshmen love the WSA.  In all seriousness, they are the only ones who submitted statements.  You can vote for your candidates at www.wsa.wesleyan.edu/voting through tomorrow.  Click after the jump for candidate statements.

Zachary Malter ’13

Re-Elect Zachary Malter for WSA Class of 2013 Representative.  I’ve loved serving on the WSA, and I’m eager to continue representing you.This year, I achieved a 60 point increase in dining points for 2010-11 sophomores. I also negotiated with the Middletown government to bring their buses (M-Link) to campus , which can take you to Meriden, New Haven, and beyond. Additionally, I introduced healthful options to Summerfields, argued for late-night midterm hours at Pi, co-founded the first WSA financial aid committee , and authored the first-ever work-study survey.

Corey Guilmette ’13

Vote for me at http://wsa.wesleyan.edu/voting/. You can find my goals for next year there!

Lucas San Juan ’13

It’s time to end the status quo. This last presidential election was a powerful demonstration of the negativity and politicking that have overrun the WSA. The WSA is important. It’s responsible for addressing important facets of campus life —housing, educational policy, and the standing up against the administration. We can’t ignore the WSA. Giant Joint is not an option.

The WSA is our representative body and it must be accountable to us. This year, as a member of Wesleyan Students for Disability Rights, I’ve fought for student rights, addressing campus accessibility, convincing ResLife to implement a quiet dorm living option, and pressuring the administration to clarify opaque policies.

Next year, the WSA will start administering the Green Fund, which will provide up to 80,000 dollars annually to invest in campus sustainability. With oversight by people who understand sustainability, the Green Fund will be a powerful source of change. Mismanagement will get us nowhere.  As an environmental activist and a member of Students for a Just and Stable Future, I am capable of ensuring that the Green Fund is put to good use and working with the university administration to make our campus more sustainable.

I will be a fresh and independent voice on the WSA, standing up against those working for their own gain and fighting to address your concerns.

Take back the WSA. Elect Lucas San Juan for Class of 2013 Representative.

Evan Weber ’13

I’m Evan Weber and I’m running to be a 2013 Class Rep on the WSA for next year. To be honest, I’m sure that all of the candidates are  qualified for the job and a lot of us have a lot of similar ideas as to areas that Wesleyan could improve upon. I just want to let you guys know that this is something that I sincerely want and I sincerely believe that I will do a great job at it. I really hate whoring myself like this, but I really do want to represent our class next year and I’d love to have your support.

14 thoughts on “WSA Elekshunz!1!@!!!!

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  3. Zachary Malter

    Thanks Wesleying for posting my blurb. I also sent you the following at the end of the statement which was cut off. Hope you can include it:

    “Next year I will continue working on dining and transportation to secure more shuttles to New Haven, Boston, and New York and to propose meal equivalencies at WesShop and Pi.

    Feel free to contact me at zmalter@wesleyan.edu. Vote at http://wsavoting.wesleyan.edu/.“

  4. Zachary Malter

    Thanks Wesleying for posting my blurb. I also sent you the following at the end of the statement which was cut off. Hope you can include it:

    “Next year I will continue working on dining and transportation to secure more shuttles to New Haven, Boston, and New York and to propose meal equivalencies at WesShop and Pi.

    Feel free to contact me at zmalter@wesleyan.edu. Vote at http://wsavoting.wesleyan.edu/.“

  5. anon

    The reason only freshman are submitting statements is because the sophomore and juniors elections are uncontested.

  6. anon

    The reason only freshman are submitting statements is because the sophomore and juniors elections are uncontested.

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