Tuesday, March 24, 2009

New UOSA Leaders already Disappointing Students

Elizabeth Evans discussing Katie and Dewey's platform. (Photo by Colbi Beam)

Elizabeth Evans on the new UOSA officers.

The new UOSA president and vice president ran unopposed and some students worry that the lack of selection lead to a compromise in expectations.

Katie Fox, president, and Dewey Bartlett, vice president, have goals ranging from a UOSA sponsored tailgate in the fall to fine arts season passes. These platforms are significantly different than the past representatives have chosen to pursue.

Amanda Holloway and Vince Winston had platform advocating parking improvements and increases in funding for student organizations.

"In general I would say that I am disappointed in their platform," Elizabeth Evans said. "With the position and resources that they have I think they could be doing so much more with this office."

Students can learn more about Fox and Bartlett's platform by visiting their website at katieanddewey.com and can contact through email at katieanddewey@gmail.com

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