Duke Student Government is set to welcome its newest representatives from the Class of 2023.
In an election that lasted from noon Thursday to noon Friday, 623 first-years voted to elect their peers to serve in DSG Senate. Out of 17 candidates in the running, 10 were elected. Two first-years could be elected for each of the five committees. DSG Senate will later select at-large candidates who were not elected from a pool of applicants.
"I was excited to see the enthusiasm presented by the first-year candidates," wrote DSG Attorney General John Markis, a sophomore who also serves as a senior news reporter for The Chronicle. "I am confident that these new senators will serve their class well."
Here are the winners:
First-year senators for academic affairs:
Angikar Ghosal and Andrew Weatherman
First-year senators for campus life:
Lana Gesinsky and Joon Young Lee
First-year senators for Durham and regional affairs:
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Dawei Gao and Dan King
First-year senators for equity and outreach:
Zella Hanson and Tommy Shen
First-year senators for services and sustainability:
Hana Hendi and Sawyer O'Keefe