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City College elects new representatives to Student Associated Council
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During this year’s Student Associated Council elections, City College students voted online to select new representatives for the upcoming school year. The results were announced May 3 via the Cityscape newsletter.

The officers for the 2021-2022 Student Senate and Clubs and Events Board, which make up SAC, are:

— Spencer Slavazza retains his seat as Student Senate president for the second year.
— Haily Holston, Student Senate Vice President
— Fatema Nushin, Secretary of Legislative Affairs
— Andrea Ayala, Senate Secretary
— Nakul Srikanth, President Pro Tempore
— Helen Phun, Secretary of Public Relations
— Rom Arca, Secretary of Outreach and Development
— Anna Magruder, Secretary of Sustainability
— Maris White, Secretary of Technology
— Alexander Benesch & Sidney Niebla, Enkh-Amar Batbayer, Student Senators
— Ivan Pacheco, Clubs & Events Board Treasurer
— Jimena Loza-Naveja, Clubs & Events Board Secretary of Public Relations
— Jeonghwa Jo, Clubs & Events Board Secretary of Technology

Candidates ran for positions on both the Student Senate as well as the Clubs and Events Board, both groups make up the Student Associated Council on campus.

According to Alexandra Diamant, secretary of public relations for the 2020-2021 academic year, before the elections candidates were required to submit a form of intent to run for office to the Student Senate. Once approved, candidates met with current City College students over Zoom to discuss upcoming plans and issues they wanted to focus on in the next academic year.

Diamant said that elections were promoted across multiple social media platforms, which encouraged students to vote online April 20–21. Final ballots were submitted through City College’s eservices portal.

Though the college has been online for the last year, Diamant said that she felt like a part of City College in a way she hadn’t experienced simply as a student. Men, bearing with viagra ordination this concern are not capable to uphold the erection sufficient for sex to take place. Special online drivers education classes for adults tailor their coursework and learning materials to an older audience who still need to learn the fundamental basics of how to generic cialis cheapest be married and how to resolve the inevitable conflicts that arise. The combine use of Mast Mood sample cialis oil and Booster capsule bring fast results to treat erectile dysfunction in men. If you are buying 90 viagra in italy pills you will be spending $183.60 US dollars instead of $200.12 US dollars and will be saving $16.50 US dollars.

“There is nothing that has brought me more sense of place and sense of self and made me feel like such a part of campus than being on the Senate, even while we are working in this remote setting,” said Diamant. “It just really makes you feel like you’re a part of something, and that’s what I really like best.’’

Diamant was encouraged to become involved in the Student Senate February 2020 while working as a tutor in the West Sacramento Center’s Writing Center. She said that being a part of the student government allows students to gain life skills while also developing leadership and communication skills.

“My favorite part of the election process is seeing new faces who are proud to be a part of Sac City and want to represent,” Diamant said. “It expresses a lot about the human spirit and human condition, about wanting to find community.”

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