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Friday, November 27, 2020

Student Government

Bandoh holds presidency


The students have spoken — Cedric Bandoh and Rani Ramchandani of the Redvolution party will be leading the Student Government Association as president and vice president in the 50th Administration.

Newly re-elected president, Cedric Bandoh, is satisfied with his election results.   | Mary Dahdouh/The Daily Cougar

Newly re-elected president Cedric Bandoh is satisfied with his election results. | Mary Dahdouh/The Daily Cougar

Supply chain management juniors Bandoh and Ramchandani defeated economics sophomore Eduardo Reyes and photography sophomore Maggie McCartney by 1,089 votes to 737.

Reyes and McCartney left abruptly after hearing the results without offering any commentary on their loss or the election.

This will be Bandoh’s second year to represent UH as student body president and Ramchandani’s first as vice president.

“UH has been a blessing for me, and being the youngest person ever to be elected has been an amazing experience,” Bandoh said.

The other members elected to the senate:

Senators At-Large: Nicholas Stallman, Cynthia Orobio, Kirby White and Sebastian Agudelo
Graduate At-Large: Anirup Dutta
The Honors College: Nicholas Fox
The College of Architecture: Issam Kadiwala
The Business College: Christopher Holly, Sunil Motwani, Juan Lerma and Shadi Rafeedie
The Education College: Crystal Brumfield
The College of Engineering : Daniel Sanchez, Clint Kirchhoff and Taisia Strurza
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Nancy Shenoi, Samantha Mathew, Trenton Fuller and Gregorio Ayala Guerra
The College of Pharmacy: Scarlett Najera
The Graduate College of Social Work: Carol Ann Ross
The College of Technology: Brianna Mills, Carlos Leal and Bashar Shamma
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences: Domonique Champion, Guillermo Lopez, Yesenia Chavez, Catherine Tassin de Montaigu, David Ghably, James Lee, Tatiana Lutomski and John Garcia.

Bandoh, Ramchandani and the newly elected senators will begin their term in office April 1.

Update 8:32 a.m. March 3, 2013: An earlier version of this article misspelled Clint Kirchhoff’s name.

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