The election for next year's Student Assembly, Class Council, Green Key and Committee on Standards representatives begins today, and all undergraduates should vote.
A large turnout in the election will show students' faith in their elected representatives. Without a mandate from students, the Assembly will lack clout as an advocate for students' needs with administrators and Trustees. Students from every community at Dartmouth must participate in the election.
In recent years, between 40 and 50 percent of on-campus students have voted in the Assembly election. If the Assembly is to be taken seriously, at least that many students must head to the polls today and tomorrow.
Set your World Wide Web browser to http://www.dartmouth.edu/projects/election or go to the Collis Center from 9 a.m. --10 p.m. today or 9 a.m. -- 8 p.m. tomorrow. Make your voice heard.