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Senate candidates clash on means but agree on ends at first debate – Ubyssey Online

by ahnationtalk on February 26, 202136 Views

In the first AMS debate, ten candidates for five senator-at-large positions found consensus on issues of transparency, but newcomers slipped up occasionally on policy.

The packed Zoom call featured a mix of new and returning candidates. Julia Burnham, Eshana Bhangu and Cole Evans are each seeking re-election as senators-at-large, while Dante Agosti-Moro and Anisha Sandhu are looking to transition from their faculty-specific senator positions. Emmanuel Cantiller, Mathew Ho, Damir Korniiashik, Georgia Yee and Shivani Mehta are all first-time candidates.

In response to a question on which goal of the Student Senate Caucus’s newly-released goals for the new triennium they would prioritize in their advocacy, candidates discussed exam hardship, equity and online learning for international students.

Read More: https://www.ubyssey.ca/news/senate-debate-february-24/

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