On 20 August the Elections Office officially launched the Student Representative Council elections for 2007/2008.
Twenty of the 23 candidates introduced themselves to a group of vociferous students, explaining why they felt they should be voted onto the SRC.
The 23 will vie for 15 seats on the SRC.
The launch was followed by the first of five question-and-answer sessions, held at Rochester at 20h30 last night. Others will take place at the same time at Forest Hill on 21 August, at Leo Marquard the following evening, Liesbeeck Gardens on 23 August, and at Clarinus Village on 24 August.
More sessions will be held daily during lunchtime in the Beattie lecture theatre, while candidates will canvass at the Kramer Building, Music College, Hiddingh Hall and at the Medical School from 12h00 to 14h00.
Voting will take place from 27 to 31 August, and resources have been made available for the visually impaired and for online ballots.
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