A special appeals board, convened to review a decision to disqualify president-elect Damir Siahkoohi for allegedly violating SGA election rules, agreed Wednesday with the Advisory Board’s ruling.
The decision makes official the disqualification of Siahkoohi and his running mate, John Perrin, after they were accused of hanging a banner outside Powell when the voting polls were open in the building. SGA rules prohibit any political advertising in the building when voting is going on, and Siahkoohi argued that hanging a banner outside the building didn’t violate the rule.
Ben Sollee, David Sedaris and Second City comedy troupe among artists coming to EKU Center for the Arts
David Sedaris, Ben Sollee, Lyle Lovett and The Second City comedy troupe from Chicago are just a few of the performances unveiled Wednesday for next year’s lineup at the EKU Center for the Arts.
First, Damir Siahkoohi won the student president election.
Then, after an advisory board disqualified Siahkoohi’s candidacy, ruling that his campaign violated SGA election bylaws, Kyle Nicholas was named the winner.
But now, with a special appeals board being convened by Eastern President Michael Benson to review the decision, both Siahkoohi and Nicholas will have to wait at least a few more days before they learn who will be student president for the 2014-2015 school year.
Most mornings, junior Leanna Pittsenbarger wakes up and heads straight to weight lifting with her teammates. After lifting, she goes to her classes for the day then heads to the softball field before practice for a round of pitching. That’s before practice even gets started. Once practice begins, Pittsenbarger picks up where she left off and pitches some more before treating her arm in the training room. Then it’s back to the books.
Eastern’s head football coach Dean Hood has some serious decisions to make with a packed backfield heading into the fall season.
Dustin Stevenson Photography studio, located on Third Street in downtown Richmond, is the city’s best new business. The studio opened March of last year by owner and photographer Dustin Stevenson. The studio doubles as a trendy boutique and photography studio.
Hosting a variety of musical performances, and loaded with liquors, the Paddy Wagon still stands strong in its popularity among Eastern’s college crowd and with the Richmond community.
It’s that time of year again. In just a week, final exams will be over and most of the students will go home.