Party Remix will become the new Student Government Association (SGA) executive board for the 2007–08 academic year, according to election results released this morning by junior Josh Keniston, co-chair of the elections committee.
The party members, junior Aaron Bloom, president; sophomore Caitlin Baran, vice president of academics; junior Monica Marcenko, vice president of business and finance; sophomore Cornell Woodson, vice president of campus affairs; and sophomore Tatiana Sy, vice president of communication, won the election with 980 votes.
Party Remix ran uncontested after Party Unity dropped out of the election April 3 amid allegations the group plagiarized its opponent’s platform.
Party Vault won the 2008 senior council elections with 216 votes. Members include Tiffany Casale, president; Ben Stockwell, vice president; Brendan Long, treasurer; and Jeffrey Penoyer, secretary.
Sophomores Alexa Besgen, Ara Eckel, Sarah Garcia and Ellen Gagne will represent the Class of 2009, and freshmen Hayley Henderson, Sarah Cox, Kyle Kelley and Lindsey Hollenbaigh will represent the Class of 2010.
Freshman Luke Elmers won in an uncontested race for the Roy H. Park School of Communications senator.
Keniston said results for the Class of 2008 senators and the five remaining school senators have not been decided. He said the elections committee must count write-in votes for each of those elections and contact the winner to see if they will accept the position before they are announced.