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Meet Gracie Babatola, Cal Poly’s ASI president-elect who campaigned on “rebuilding connections”

When Gracie Babatola, the only sophomore Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidential candidate and the only one without ASI experience, heard her name called as the newly elected 2022-23 ASI president, she was shocked. “I genuinely was very surprised,” Babatola said. “I looked around to see if other people heard … It was surreal.” When Babatola […]

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ASI presidential candidates debate campus issues, priorities

Seven candidates for Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president discussed topics such as diversity, equity and inclusion and advocated for changes to ASI’s bureaucracy at the ASI Presidential Debate Thursday morning. Each candidate gave one-minute responses to questions asked by Mustang Media Group editor-in-chief and journalism senior Tessa Hughes and ASI Board of Directors and political […]

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What you missed at the ASI presidential debate

Associated Students, Incorporated (ASI) Presidential candidates Tess Loarie and Brian Kragh participated in a virtual ASI Presidential debate on April 15, addressing a number of prominent issues facing Cal Poly’s community. These issues include support for marginalized students, insurance of students’ basic needs, ASI’s involvement on campus and the transition back into in-person classes. The […]

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Meet your candidates for ASI President

Two candidates are running for Associated Students Inc. (ASI) President: Tess Loarie and Brian Kragh. The ASI President has a number of responsibilities within ASI and the Cal Poly community. The ASI President appoints their own ASI Executive Cabinet to support and carry out the president’s priorities. The ASI President also acts as the official […]

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Getting to know ASI President Shayna Lynch

Shayna Lynch, a fourth year Political Science major with a minor in Ethics, Public Policy, Science, and Technology, currently serves as the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President for the 2020-2021 school year.  Lynch ran on a platform consisting of four key elements: diversity, equity, and inclusion, health and wellbeing, sustainability, and empowerment to the student […]

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ASI votes to lower presidential campaign spending limit

Associated Students Inc. (ASI) voted to decrease campaign spending limits for student government presidential elections during their Board of Directors meeting Jan. 8.  The spending limit was lowered to $1,500 per candidate — down $250 from last year’s elections, according to ASI bylaws.  The change is intended to make campaigning more affordable for low-income students, […]

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Five things you missed at the ASI presidential debate

The three Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) 2019-2020 presidential candidates met at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18, in the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) Plaza to advocate their platforms and debate campus issues. The presidential candidates are environmental management and protection junior Mark Borges, communication studies sophomore Henry Broback and journalism freshman Alex Bires. Here is […]



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