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CCSC & ESC Election Results Are In!

Meet this year's student council!

Meet this year’s student council!

Elections for CC and SEAS first-year class councils, CCSC Inclusion and Equity Representative, and CCSC Class of 2018 Representative took place earlier this week, and the winners have been announced. See the official fall 2015 election results in handy PDF form below. Congratulations to the winners!

2019 CCSC President & Vice President
Josh Schenk and Sophie Broadbent of Pantone 292

2019 CCSC Representatives
Katie Cooke of The Surprise Party
Sam Safari of Pantone 292
Adam Resheff of The Surprise Party

CCSC Inclusion and Equity Representative
Ewoma Ogbaudu

2018 CCSC Representative
Nathan Rosin

2019 ESC President
Arjun Mangla of The Fu Fighters

2019 ESC Vice President
Onur Calikusu of As Easy as A-B-SEAS

2019 ESC Representatives
Aida Lu of The Fu Fighters
Anthony Gutierrez of Draw

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