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This year’s fall elections saw a turnout of 453 votes, 17.5 percent of the total student population, and filled two positions left vacant by last semester’s spring voting.

Barnard’s Student Government Association announced the results of its fall elections Tuesday afternoon.

The main election cycle for SGA takes place during the spring semester, the last of which saw 20 positions available. Being the smaller of the two elections, only six positions were open for candidates to fill during the fall this year. Voting was held from Sept. 25 to Oct. 4 and saw a turnout of 453 votes, 17.5 percent of the total student population.

Although the spring elections left the positions of representative for information and technology and vice president for the junior class unfilled, the fall elections have seen both of these positions taken by Dena Rosman, BC ’21, and Phoenix Chen, BC ’21, respectively.

See the full list of results below:

Representative for Inclusive Initiatives

Grace El-Fishawy

Representative for Information and Technology

Dena Rosman

Senior Class Vice President

Molly Shapiro

Junior Class Vice President

Phoenix Chen

First-Year Class President

Myesha Choudhury

First-Year Class Vice President

Tehlia Cherry

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