Eli Ridder | The Avro Post
Voting to elect new leaders at IGNITE Student Life starts on Monday at the University of Guelph-Humber and the three Humber College campuses.
The campaign period started on Feb. 20 with 33 candidates across the united campuses vying for 13 student leadership positions at IGNITE including the president, various vice presidents and multiple Board of Directors positions.
Students will be able to vote using their student cards at IGNITE ballot booths on campus, with the Guelph-Humber voting occurring on the second floor by the elevators.
The Avro Post has been largely covering the Guelph-Humber elections, where three candidates are campaigning for one vice president role and eight contenders are vying for the two board seats available to the university.
The presidential race has one Guelph-Humber contender, Monica Khosla, who is going up against current vice president of Lakeshore Campus Allisa Lim.
Harry Carlisle, Maheen Nazim, and Rose Benello are campaigning for vice president of Guelph-Humber, the top position for specifically representing the university at IGNITE.
Amelia Savoie, Kendrick Tran, Kevin Siery, Michaela Wong, Nikki Sandhu, Niveedhika Ketheeswaranathan, Raakeve Gunasekaram, and Saffiya Lulat have spent weeks campaigning to snag the two offered GH spots on the Board of Directors.
More details to follow. Image of the second floor at the University of Guelph-Humber from The Avro Post.