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University of Colorado senior Isra Chaker shows her emotions after finding out her student government group "The Pulse" won the student government election on Friday, Oct. 28, at the University Memorial Center on the CU campus in Boulder. The Pulse, the progressive ticket who ran in the fall elections, swept the Representative-at-Large seats.
Jeremy Papasso
University of Colorado senior Isra Chaker shows her emotions after finding out her student government group “The Pulse” won the student government election on Friday, Oct. 28, at the University Memorial Center on the CU campus in Boulder. The Pulse, the progressive ticket who ran in the fall elections, swept the Representative-at-Large seats.

University of Colorado students are holding a community meeting Monday night to discuss potential candidates for the progressive ticket to run in the spring Student Government elections.

The meeting will be held in Hellems room 252 at 7 p.m.

Current CUSG representatives and candidates from previous years are expected to attend.

The spring elections will be held April 9 through 13, according to the CUSG website.

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