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This year’s USC election had the highest voter turnout in nearly a decade, a feat made even greater by the fact that all campaigns were run completely online — or was it really that surprising?

Candidates faced some of the USC’s most fraught issues to date this year, from Zoom university to addressing systemic racism on our virtual campus — all while trying to run Western’s first-ever fully-online presidential campaigns. The situation seemed grim, yet all three stood up to the challenge.

Western prides itself on being in-touch with their student body, but with over 10,000 signatures on a petition for Proctortrack’s removal, it’s clear students don’t want this software — yet Western is awfully quiet.