One hundred students listened to Students' Union presidential candidates speak about their plans for the future on Mon., Feb. 10. All candidates had ambitious goals, but apathy got universal attention from the field.
"There's more than 30,000 students on campus, only a select few end up caring," said Kyle Gould. "I'm that person who's going to incite people to stop and care."
Chris Blatch's idea for reducing apathy among students is to inform both them and members of the community about student issues.