New to the political scene, Nauj Agbayani takes on the challenge of fighting for better inclusion of the Laguna campus in pertinent matters.
SEG presidential candidates Annika Subido of Tapat and Cher Asenci of Santugon wish to uphold the SOE’s excellence by addressing the disconnection of the student body.
Vying for CCS presidency, Tapat’s Hannah Cosing and Santugon’s Jex Corpuz want a more represented and connected college.
Lone BAGCED presidential candidate Miggy Agcolicol under Tapat eyes for more opportunities and equal representation within and outside his college.
Beyond being a student services arm, college and batch governments seek to spark more change by being less buried in paperwork and more involved in making bigger decisions.
The mess in procedures witnessed in the 2023 General Elections called the need for improvements in administering the annual polls.
Concerns over working under Manila-centric systems and with limited manpower continues to exist even a decade after the inception of the Laguna Campus Student Government.
The cancellation of the 2023 General Elections sparked intense debates, revealing procedural lapses and miscommunications that led to the controversial decision.
Independent candidates have opened discussions on whether it is high time for a third option to challenge both Tapat and Santugon, but it is not all that simple.
Decline in voter turnout, controversies, and an increasing disconnect between student leaders and their constituents remains perpetual during University elections.