Months of disagreement between RyeSAC and administration over $700,000 in student centre fees have left the student president so frustrated she’s threatening a legal battle.
A new crew of RyeSAC vice-presidents were elected after an agonizing six-hour wait for election results at the Ram in the Rye last Wednesday.
Becoming president of RyeSAC was a natural evolution for the fourth-year social work student. “You have to be a special kind of person to even want to take that on,” said Brandon Wright, Cory’s twin brother.
Seven members of RyeSAC’s board of directors sent confidential letters last month to president Erin George and v.p. Finance and development Vladimir Vasilko, outlining concerns about their behaviour.
By Allan Woods Students may have a difficult time finding differences between this year’s RyeSAC presidential candidates—but if they look hard, they’ll find some. Current v.p. Education Cory Wright and …