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Fall 2016 CCSC And ESC Election Results

columbia_university_-_low_memorial_library-dFall elections are officially over! Here are the results:

CCSC 2020 President & Vice President
Siddharth Singh and James Ritchie (Lion heart)

CCSC 2020 Representatives
Grant Pace (Lion Heart)
Danielle Resheff (Lion Heart)
Astrid Walker­Stewart (Lion Heart)

CCSC 2017 Representative
Tracy Ting Cao

CCSC Sandwich Ambassador
Joseph Villafane

ESC 2020 Class President
Ria Garg (SEASus Take the Wheel)

ESC 2020 Vice President
Marisa Ngbemeneh (SEASus Take the Wheel)

ESC 2020 Class Representatives
Joanna Paik (SEASus Take the Wheel)
Abhishek Chakraborty (SEASus Take the Wheel)

ESC At­-Large Representatives
3­2 Representative
Priscilla Wang

ESC Disability and Accessibility Issues Representative
Adriana Echeverria

ESC International Students Representative
Pranav Arora

ESC University Senator
Izzet Kebudi

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