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The Michigan Daily today has a front page article noting that, over a week after the Michigan Student Assembly’s official election results were determined, MSA has yet to make any attempt at publicly disseminating those results.
MSA Vice President Anita Leung, an Engineering senior, said, “It never occurred to us to put it on the website.”
MSA Rules and Elections Committee Chair Russ Garber, an LSA junior, said no one would read the results even if they had been posted on the website.
Rackham student Darren Easton, an MSA representative, said the assembly should publish a list of successful candidates in some fashion, but added that the Daily should publish the results. “I’m kind of a neophyte to all this electronic stuff — I’m a paper and pencil kind of guy,” he said.
For the past several years MSA had counted on student “blog” websites to publish results, said former MSA Vice President Jenny Nathan, an LSA senior.
Goodspeed Update the official mouthpiece of MSA? Apparently so.
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