Crimson Business Manager Steps Down

Joseph R. Botros ’15 resigned his position as business manager of The Harvard Crimson Sunday night, four months after taking the helm of the organization’s business.

Botros will be replaced by Shang Wang ’15, who previously served as a Crimson advertising manager and associate. Wang is a resident of Mather House and concentrates in Government. He is from Highland Mills, N.Y.

Botros returns to his previous position as Director of Web Development, where he will serve for the remainder of the year.

“[Botros] has, in his various roles, been an enormous asset to this organization,” Crimson President Samuel Y. Weinstock ’15 said.

Wang will serve as Business Manager for the remainder of 2014.

“I’m very excited to work with Shang and to see what he has in store for the business board,” Weinstock said. “He’s an excellent choice for this position.”

Wang said that he would like to “move the business [board] in new and positive directions.”

The Crimson’s Executive Board met Sunday night to receive Botros’s resignation and to elect Wang as his successor.

Weinstock declined to give the reason for Botros’s resignation.

—Staff writer Steven R. Watros can be reached at steven.watros@thecrimson.com. Follow him on Twitter @SteveWatros.

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