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Student Senate Elections: the Votes are In

BY JORDAN COLON

The results are in for the 2005-2006 Student Senate election. Yes, that is correct, UMB does have a Student Senate, and you could have voted. The polls were open from April 20 through the 22. On Monday, April 25, Director of Student Life Jain Ruvidich-Higgins, and College of Liberal Arts (CLA) Student Senator Janna Goldstein counted the 200 votes. The results are as follows:

Student Trustee: Fritz Hyppolite, CLA. Hyppolite was the former senate vice-president and is now taking over for the current student trustee, Tuan Pham.

College of Liberal Arts: Brandon Gorham*

Alex Kulenovic*

Lisa Renee Barnett, CLA

Angie Cincis, CLA

Lunel Etienne, CLA

Celeste Jones, CLA

Erica Mena, CLA (returning)

Kennedy Oppong, CLA

Effie Orfanides, CLA

Aviron Shemtov, CLA

Bonnie Vallie, CLA

Eliza Wilson, CLA

College of Management: Stephen Lee Lucien (returning)*

Yuri Saintil*

Chris Traganos

College of Public & Community Service: Matthew Landry (returning)*

Jesse L. Solomon (returning)*

College of Nursing: no representation

College of Science & Math: no representation

* official representatives due to receiving the most votes

Representation is needed for CN and CSM. Students can join the senate at anytime during the year. For information on joining the student senate go to www.sga.umb.edu. Student Senators will be officially sworn in on Wednesday, May 18 at 2:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Alumni Room.

On May 11 and 18 at 2:30 p.m., the Student Senate will be holding two very important meetings in the Campus Center cafeteria. The meetings will address the budget for the 2005-2006 academic year, as well as a potential revision of the Student Senate constitution.