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2014-2015 USAC Officer Evaluations

Each year, the Daily Bruin evaluates each Undergraduate Students Association Council member’s term in office. This year, the Bruin’s editorial board has taken into consideration four major criteria in the evaluations: platform completion, the quality of the councilmembers’ platforms, how well they fulfilled their respective roles as mandated by the USAC bylaws and their commitment to transparency and accountability. Read more...


Matthew FitzGerald

Matthew FitzGerald’s concerning lack of vision for the office and vague, almost nonexistent platforms are a detriment to his candidacy and would be a detriment to his tenure as a member of the Graduate Students Association. Read more...


Andres Schneider

This board endorses Andres Schneider for the Graduate Students Association’s vice president of external affairs position. His commitment to improving the international student experience and tackling pertinent graduate student issues like transportation makes Schneider a qualified candidate. Read more...


Joel Lanzaga

Though Joel Lanzaga seems competent to fill the position, this board gives him a tepid endorsement for vice president of academic affairs because he proved to be uneducated about issues relevant to his office. Read more...


Chiao-Wen Lan

This board endorses Chiao-Wen Lan for vice president of internal affairs because of her past experience within the Graduate Students Association and her practical platforms. As the current director for discretionary funding for GSA, Lan said she was able to successfully assess the financial needs of student groups. Read more...


Milan Chatterjee

This board endorses Milan Chatterjee for Graduate Students Association president. His experience in GSA as the previous director of discretionary funding and the current vice president of internal affairs will aid Chatterjee in his platform goals to improve funding for students and make the GSA website more accessible and up-to-date. Read more...



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