- The Daily Clog - http://clog.dailycal.org -

ASUC Elections Results Ring in New Era of Hope and Change …

Posted By Jill Cowan On Apr 17, 2009 @ 7:04 pm In News | Comments Disabled

ASUC-athon 2009: Done… NOT! Student Action swept the executive offices [1]. Whoop-dee-freakin’ doo. Because, you know, the differences between Student Action and CalSERVE are so

Red Dragon the movie [2]

marked and important. And like, Will Smelko, Tu Tran, John Tran and Dani Haber were all such substantial candidates with solid platforms. Good for you, guys. Seriously. May you be somewhat less incompetent [3] than your predecessors.

Um, yeah. Now that that’s out of the way, here’s the full list of senators (in order of most votes):

1. Noah Stern (Student Action)
2. Eunice Kwon (CalSERVE)
3. Anish Gala (UNITE Greek/Student Action)
4. Nhu Nhu Nguyen (UNITE Greek/Student Action)
5. Sandra Cohen (APPLE Engineering/Student Action)
6. Jonathan Gaurano (Independent)
7. Cynthia Nava (CalSERVE)
8. Christina Oatfield (Cooperative Movement)
9. Sam Lee (APPLE Engineering/Student Action)
10. Minji Kim (Student Action)
11. Chris Franco (Independent)
12. Chaney Saephan (CalSERVE)
13. Huda Adem (Independent)
14. Rahul Patel (CalSERVE)
15. J.P. Shami (Student Action)
16. Parth Bhatt (Student Action)
17. Lean Deleon (CalSERVE)
18. Emily Carlton (SQUELCH!)
19. Ariel Boone (CalSERVE)
20. Viola Tang (CalSERVE)

And Hassan Khan won for student advocate. Congrats, folks. We’ll assume you earned it.

Student Action Sweeps ASUC Executive Offices [Daily Cal [1]]


Article printed from The Daily Clog: http://clog.dailycal.org

URL to article: http://clog.dailycal.org/2009/04/17/asuc-elections-results-ring-in-new-era-of-hope-and-change/

URLs in this post:

[1] Student Action swept the executive offices: http://www.dailycal.org/article/105311/student_action_sweeps_asuc_executive_offices

[2] Red Dragon the movie: http://audioporncentral.com/?red_dragon

[3] less incompetent: http://clog.dailycal.org/2009/04/04/2009-asuc-elections-forum-recap/

Copyright © 2008 The Daily Clog. All rights reserved.