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SGA Results Are Here!

Student Government Association? More like Super Garage Aardvark!

President: Kim Samala (100 percent of the vote)

Vice President for Campus Life: Flosha Diliena Liyana Saran Arachch (58 percent)

  • Runner-up: Emma Cunningham (42 percent)

Vice President of Policy: Idris O’Neill (56 percent)

  • Runners-up: Nathalie Kahn (37 percent), Emily Fahlsing (8 percent)

Vice President for Communication: Yeliz Sezgin (64 percent)

  • Runner-up: Elizabeth Wallach (36 percent)

Vice President of Finance: Tina Gao (50.4 percent)

  • Runner-up: Rachel Nordlicht (49.6 percent)

Vice President for Equity: Tirzah Anderson (100 percent)

Junior Representative to the Board of Trustees: Chelsea Sinclair (100 percent)

Representative for Academic Affairs: Jasmin Torres Pinon (100 percent)

Representative for Inclusive Initiatives: Blossom Maduafokwa (100 percent)

Representative for Student Development: Rachel Gelnick (100 percent)

Representative for Campus Affairs: Edidiong Emily Ndiokho (70 percent)

  • Runner-up: Alison Kanefsky (30 percent)

Representative for Seven Sisters Relations: Mo Russell Leed (55 percent)

  • Runner-up: Maura De Rose (45 percent)

Representative for Arts and Culture: Isabella Rafky (100 percent)

Representative for Health Services: Christina Juste (54 percent)

  • Runner-up: Ellen Alt (46 percent)

Representative for Food and Dining Services: Leeal Kahen (100 percent)

Representative Sustainable Initiatives: Aastha Jain (53 percent)

  • Runners-up: Pamela Brenner (29 percent), Rachel Gates (18 percent)

Senior Class President: Gabi Garcia (100 percent)

Junior Class President: Norah Hassan (70 percent)

  • Runner-up: Hadassa Trau (30 percent)

Sophomore Class President: Audrey Petit (54 percent)

  • Runner-up: Maya Gilbert (46 percent)

Sophomore Vice President: Grace D’Haiti (100 percent)

These votes represent 15.6 percent of the senior class vote (102/655), 19.3 percent of the junior class vote (130/673), 33.7 percent of the sophomore class vote (214/655), and 35.5 percent of the first-year class vote (214/602). Total, that’s a 25.8 percent turnout (667/2585).

Social Media Editor Idris O’Neill, who was newly elected as VP Policy for the 2019-20 school year, was not involved in the write-up of this post.

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