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Eight students were elected to the Undergraduate Council after the voting period for midterm elections closed Friday. Out of those students, six are new to the Council.
Last week, the UC Elections Commission decided to push the deadline for declarations of candidacy back 12 hours after only a handful of students had submitted them, according to Elections Commission Chair Matthew C. Estes ’18. Seventeen students ran in total.
Elections occurred in six of the 12 upperclassman Houses; only Adams, Lowell, and Pforzheimer’s elections were competitive.
The elected candidates are as follows:
Rohan Pidaparti ’17
Samuel C. Becker ’17
Cybele C. Greenberg ’16
Meghamsh Kanuparthy ’16
Oliver W. Kim ’16
Bowen Lu ’17
Mac G. Schumer ’17
Bessie X. Zhang ’17
—Staff writer Jalin P. Cunningham can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @JalinCunningham.
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