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The results are in

City College students made their voices heard April 8–9, casting votes using eServices to determine which candidates will govern the campus beginning July 1.

By majority vote, City College Student Associated Council incoming officers for fall 2014 are:

• Sandeep Singh, president
• Monica Sepulveda, vice president
• Kimberly Le, senator
• Lincoln Scott, secretary of public relations
• Paige Schlict, Secretary of Sustainability

Omba Kipuke (American River College) was elected student trustee for the Los Rios Community College District Board of Trustees, defeating City College candidate and residing Secretary of Public Relations Gavin Fielder.

The presidential election win came by default—Singh was the only contestant. He said he is happy he will remain in his position as S.A.C. president, but he would have liked to have had someone to run against.

“[Winning without any competition] wasn’t the most ecstatic feeling,” said Singh. “It was bittersweet, but I’m glad [to have won].”
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Among the new officers interviewed, each had a specific goal he or she hopes to accomplish while in office. Council re-elects said their experiences in office have helped determine changes they envision for City College’s student body.

Specific goals include, among others, raising student involvement.

“It sounds broad, but it’s important,” said Singh. “The more and more students get involved, the more and more students will get their way.”

According to Singh, empowering students with the necessary tools to make their voices heard is critical to raising student involvement. Such tools could include a website page or campus suggestion box to serve as a forum for student to inform the council of what is important to the campus community.

They also hope to increase student body awareness and understanding of policy.

According to Singh, the coming year gives S.A.C. a chance to revisit relevant matters over the past year that didn’t receive the attention they deserved.

Additional reporting by Teri Barth // Online Editor in Chief // [email protected].

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