Current and past USAC candidates share truths behind election
USAC candidates and their supporters put up signboards on the walkways between Powell Library and Kerckhoff Hall to prepare for on-campus campaigning. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin)
By Meral Arik
May 8, 2014 9:54 a.m.
The USAC election has finally arrived, and candidates and campaign teams are making their final efforts to win student votes. Though the UCLA student body will experience hectic campaigning, few understand the intensity of the commitment involved in the election process. Fourth-year English and political science student Darren Ramalho, second-year economics student Esha Jalota, fourth-year anthropology student Jessica Kim, second-year English and political science student Fab Roth, third-year human biology and society and communication studies student Conrad Contreras, third-year history and economics student Sunny Singh,fourth-year political science and psychology student Nicole Fossier, and third-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Teri Nguyen, share their thoughts and experiences campaigning from a more personal point of view.