Student body president candidates set to debate Wednesday


Campaign signs posted near Clark Hall. (Ella M. Mercer/TCU360)

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer

Student body president candidates will have a live debate for TCU 360 at 3 p.m. today.

Candidates Luke Homfeldt and Joe Winick have been campaigning for over a week. Their Instagram pages highlight platform goals for the 2023-24 school year.


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Luke Homfeldt for TCU Student Body President (@homewithhomfeldt) • Instagram photos and videos


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Joe Winick for TCU Student Body President (@hypno.joe) • Instagram photos and videos

Both candidates aim to improve parking, dining and the Recreation Center. 

Winick said he’s been advocating for a debate and is excited for students to see what both candidates are all about.

“This debate will provide a space where my opponent and I can be evaluated head to head by the students of TCU, so they can make their most educated decision when voting,” said Winick, a sophomore political science major.

Homfeldt, a junior biochemistry major, hopes that answering students’ questions will “offer them a greater insight” into his goals for next year. The candidate wants to make TCU feel like home to all students.

Tune into TCU 360 to watch the live stream.