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The Associated Students of Oregon State University vice presidentelect Sierra Young (left) and president-elect Matteo Paola outside 
Austin Hall on Feb. 24. Paola and Young won the election by 223 votes

Paola, Young win ASOSU presidency, election sees voter turnout of 17.93%

Riley LeCocq, News Reporter
March 7, 2022

The Associated Students of Oregon State University 2022-23 election concluded on March 4 with a 17.93% voter turnout, over double what it was last year. Matteo Paola and Sierra Young won the president...

The Associated Students of Oregon State University president-elect Matteo Paola (left) and ASOSU Vice President-elect Sierra Young pose for a picture at Snell Hall on Feb. 11. Paola and Young will serve as the president and vice presidential team that will lead ASOSU during the 2022-23 academic year.

Paola, Young ticket wins ASOSU presidential election

Riley LeCocq, News Reporter
March 5, 2022

Matteo Paola and Sierra Young won the Associated Students of Oregon State University presidential election for the 2022-23 academic year with 17.93% of eligible voters participating in the election. Paola...

Dylan Perfect, the vice president for the Associated Students of Oregon State University and ex officio chief elections officer holds a voter’s guide in the ASOSU office located in the Student Experience Center. The voting for candidates of any position will be open to students on Feb. 14.

ASOSU Elections Committee changes election process, extends voting time for students

Stella Harkness, News Contributor
February 7, 2022

The Associated Students of Oregon State University’s Elections Committee have changed the elections process to include components such as longer registration and voting periods. Like in previous years,...

ASOSU Presidential candidate Matteo Paola stands in front of Weatherford Hall on Jan. 21. Paola and his running mate, Sierra Young, want to change the ASOSU constitution and ensure that student fees are distributed to student services.

Presidential candidates Kerner, Paola lead ASOSU elections for 2022-23 academic year

Sam Misa, News Contributor
February 7, 2022

Update: This story has been changed to reflect a new presidential team that joined the ASOSU presidential race after this story was published. A full story on the new presidential team is coming soon. The...

Kelsey King, a junior at Oregon State University, works part-time at the info desk in the Memorial Union on Nov. 18. The Memorial Union is one of the eight student fee funded units managed by the Associated Students of OSU so student employees who work there might soon make a minimum of $15 an hour if the proposed wage increase is accepted.

ASOSU pushes for student wage increase to ‘fairly compensate’ student employees

Riley LeCocq, News Contributor
November 29, 2021

Correction: a paragraph originally stating the Student Fee Committee endorsed the increase in wages has been corrected to state that it is the Congressional Budgets Committee, instead, who has endorsed...

The confirmed winners of the Associated Students of Oregon State University 2021 Presidential and Vice Presidential Elections are and Dylan Perfect, vice president-elect, left, and Dhru Patel, president-elect. 

Q&A with ASOSU president-elect, vice president-elect

Angela Tam, News Contributor
February 22, 2021

What are your thoughts on your recent election into office?President-elect Dhru Patel: Dylan and I are so thankful for every student who put their faith in us and voted for our ticket! We are so happy...

ASOSU President and Vice President candidates Alexander Rudolf Kerner, left, and Stella Harkness, right, posed distanced and in discussion in front of the Student Experience Center. The two candidates had been taken off and put back on the ASOSU ballot twice due to eligibility issues.

ASOSU elections face issues due to qualifications with presidential candidate Alexander Kerner’s ticket

Jeremiah Estrada, News Contributor
February 22, 2021

Associated Students of Oregon State University president and vice president ticket Alexander Kerner and Stella Harkness were disqualified from the 2021 election then allowed to re-enter after appealing.Kerner...

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ASOSU releases 2021 election results

Sukhjot Sal, News Contributor
February 19, 2021

The Associated Students of Oregon State University elections committee released the final 2021 election results on Friday, Feb. 19.President and Vice President candidates Dhru Patel and Dylan Perfect won...

Associated Students of Oregon State University Presidential Candidate Dhru Patel

Tessa Hoover, Multimedia Contributor
February 18, 2021

Associated Students of Oregon State University Presidential Candidate Dhru Patel and Vice Presidential Candidate Dylan Perfect are running a "student-focused, progressive" campaign under the slogan 'Beavs...

Associated Students of Oregon State University Presidential Candidate Dylan Perfect

Jarred Bierbrauer, Multimedia Contributor
February 20, 2020

Associated Students of Oregon State University Presidential Candidate Dylan Perfect and Vice Presidential Candidate Emily Warren are campaigning under the slogan “Your Voice Matters,” on the pillars...

Dylan Perfect, left, and Emily Warren are running for Associated Students of Oregon State University president and vice president, respectively. 

Dylan Perfect, Emily Warren: ‘Your Voice Matters’

Jade Minzlaff, ASOSU Beat Reporter
February 10, 2020

Associated Students of Oregon State University Presidential Candidate Dylan Perfect and Vice Presidential Candidate Emily Warren are campaigning under the slogan “Your Voice Matters,” on the pillars...

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ASOSU begins fall meetings

Morgan Mawn, News Contributor
October 7, 2019

The Associated Students of Oregon State University, OSU’s student government, jumped back into discussing new bills and committees at the first Senate and House meetings of the academic year. ASOSU...

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