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Earlier this morning, the Columbia Elections Commissions announced the results of the Spring 2021 CCSC and ESC Elections to students over email.

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It’s over! A fair fight, all! Election results below. 309 voters participated. Name Votes Tim Qin 102 Patrick Han 101 Julio Herrera Estrada 76 Dmitriy Timerman 30

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ESC Secretary Heidi Ahmed has just informed Bwog of the results of this year’s new engineering student council. Congratulations, friends! Class of 2011 President–Amanda Tan Vice President–Eric Hirani Class Representative–Alice Hu Class Representative–Albert Miller Class of 2012 President–Judy Kim Vice President–Mailing Wu Class Representative–Spencer Almen Class Representative–Nate Levick Class of 2013 President–Mary Byers Vice President–Shudipto […]

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