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SGA First-Year Election Results Released

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Join SGA, and the Diana could be your office

In a recent email to the Barnard student body, SGA announced the winners of the First-Year Class Council. 45.7% of the Class of 2020 voted – a higher turnout than in the past two years. The email praised the “successful, innovative and productive campaigns” of all of the candidates.

The new Barnard First-Year Class Council is:

  • First-Year Class President: Rose Reiken
  • First-Year Class Vice President: Gabi Garcia
  • First-Year Class Treasurer: Celine Zhu
  • First-Year Class Secretary: Chantel Woo

There are still more SGA positions open, though: Barnard first-years can get involved as First-Year Representatives, as well as on committees for Academic Advising, Food and Dining, Sustainability, and other special interests. Applications for these positions will be released at midnight tonight and will be accepted until Thursday, October 6 at 11:59pm.

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