The University Students’ Council election season has come to an end with a 24.3 per cent voter turnout; a total of 8,020 voters of 32,995 registered electors.
Here are this year’s winners:
USC president/vice-president: Team Bardia+Cat 2019 won the presidential election with a total of 4,277 votes making up 58.4 per cent of this year’s student voter turnout.
Arts & Humanities faculty president: Jerika Caduhada won with 133 votes, 57.1 per cent majority.
Arts & Humanities council representative: Chava Bychutsky was acclaimed for the role.
MIT faculty president: Kyra Balogh won with 285 votes, a 73.8 per cent majority.
Health Sciences president: Zain Al-Shamil was acclaimed for the role.
Health Sciences faculty representative: Mukhtar Hindi was acclaimed for the role.
Health Studies association president: Christopher Ruffell was acclaimed for the role.
Kinesiology association president: Rebecca Jansen was acclaimed for the role.
Kinesiology association council representative: Mena Atalla was acclaimed for the role.
Nursing association president: Vivianne Quang won with 164 votes, a 48.5 per cent majority.
Music faculty president: Leah Macdonald won with 108 votes, a 60.7 per cent majority.
Science faculty president: Victoria Barroso won with 881 votes, a 61.8 per cent majority.
Science faculty representatives:
Babafemi Adewusi: 422 votes (12.3 per cent)
Jacky Lee: 412 votes (12 per cent)
Muhammad Hassan Ali: 391 votes (11.4 per cent)
Bahar Entezari: 379 votes (11.1 per cent)
Matthew Yee: 366 votes (9.8 per cent)
Artika Pahargarh: 335 votes (9.8 per cent) COIN TOSS tied with Niveda Balananthan 335 votes (9.8 per cent)
Social Science president: Nikol Kamenetsky won with 609 votes, a 43.9 per cent majority.
Social Science faculty representatives:
Anne Campbell: 495 votes (11.9 per cent)
Matt Reesor: 407 votes (9.8 per cent)
Liam Cronin: 373 votes (9 per cent)
Zamir Fakirani: 311 votes (7.5 per cent)
Vishal Vijay: 292 votes (7 per cent)
Celine Mano: 287 votes (6.9 per cent)
Clarke Keenan: 283 votes (6.8 per cent)
London Youth Advisory Council: Claudia Gallant won with 1,514, a 52.3 per cent majority.