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Kaczynski and Chumbley Win SG Seats, 2024 Student Government Election Results Announced

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Gabriella Lopez

The 2024 Student Government elections concluded at 7:45 p.m. at the Boardwalk Restaurant on Feb. 29. 

Chief Justice Julianna Manes announced that all the proposed amendments to the student body constitution passed. 

After, Manes announced the elected senators and Student Government President-Elect Ryan Kaczynski and Vice President-Elect Jackson Chumbley.

All elected Student Government positions will start their terms on April 1.

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There are still open senator positions for all colleges and a vacancy for the Student Government Treasurer. 

The elected senators are named below:

Senators for College of Arts and Sciences: 

Ella Fecteau

Ella Golden

Lauren Major

Jayden Opper

Audrey Shipman

Levi Murphy

Aaron Wohlhueter

Oliver Long

Thom Humann

Mirsa Fortune

Alexandria Amunategui

Senators for College of Education:

Vacant

Senators for College of Engineering:

Lucero Ventura

Connor Plonka

Senators for College of Health and Human Services:

Allison Koller

Senators for College of Business:

Reece Glidden

Kameron Simmons-Parker

J.J. Joseph

Alyssa Popovits

Senators representing Graduate Studies:

Vacant

Senators representing Undeclared Students:

Vacant

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Connor Hay is a sophomore majoring in accounting. Born and raised in Clearwater, Florida, his first experience working with media was with his high school yearbook. Hay has been involved with Eagle Media since his freshman year. When he is not working in the newsroom, he is watching Formula 1, listening to indie music, or playing pickleball.
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Gabriella Lopez is a senior majoring in digital media design with a minor in marketing. She is from Fort Lauderdale and now lives on campus. She has been working with graphics for seven years and has multiple certifications including Adobe Photoshop and Premiere. She has been helping Eagle Media since her sophomore year and has held the official title of Graphics Editor for over a year now. When she is not making the Eagle News magazine, she can be found biking around campus or reading a new book.

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