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Humber News got the chance to talk with two presidential candidates and last year’s president Tim Brilhante about the current bi-elections. Humber Student Federation voting period starts today.
From the aftermath of last year’s dramatic election, presidential candidates from Humber College attended a by-election to promote their platforms to the student body.
The HSF’s Annual General Meeting this Wednesday taking place at the Student Centre at North Campus, which all full-time students can attend, promises to be a tumultuous one.
Humber College President Chris Whitaker told Humber News on Monday that the college administration will not “intervene in the affairs” of the Students’ Federation elections, in which Tim Brilhante was disqualified as a candidate for president.