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CCSC candidates released, not much competition

Columbia College Student Council has just sent us its list of candidates for the 2013-14 academic year---and at least in the executive board and class council races, there's not a lot of doubt who the winners will be. A party led by current Vice President of Finance Daphne Chen, CC '14, is the only group running for executive board, and there is only one group in each of the three class council races, plus one at-large representative candidate for the class of 2016.

Barring any big surprises, next year's executive board will be the "It's Always Sunny at Columbia" party:

Daphne Chen, President
Bob Sun, VP Policy
Peter Bailinson, VP Communications
Noah Swartz, VP Finance
Briana Saddler, VP Campus Life

Meanwhile, there are quite a few candidates for each of the four representative positions---Student Services, Pre-Professional, Academic Affairs, and Alumni Affairs---as well as the open University Senate seat. For all the candidates, click after the jump.

Class of 2016 Council
Richin Kabra - Representative

The Corps
Ramis Wadood - President
Grayson Warrick - Vice President
Benjamin Kornick - Representative
Anne Scotti - Representative
Jonah Belser - Representative

Class of 2015 Council
The Clique
Michael Li - President
Uchechi Iteogu - Vice President
Liam Bland - Representative
Kareem Carryl - Representative
Jackson Tse - Representative

Class of 2014 Council
Kiwi Krew
Conan Cassidy - President
Joanna Kelly - Vice President
Sarita Patankar - Representative
Ben Xue - Representative
Zach Vargas-Sullivan - Representative

University Senate
Ved Tanavde
Chris Canales
David Froomkin
Jared Odessky
Michael MacKay

Student Services Representative
Nada Zaher
Loxley D. C. Bennett II
Chris Godshall

Pre-Professional Representative
Hamza Khan
Mary Joseph

Academic Affairs Representative
Nora Habboosh
Benjamin Spener
Rachel Bercovitz
Qiuyun Tan
Omeed Maghzian

Alumni Affairs Representative
Daniel Cohen
Alexandra (Allie) Carieri
Daniel Liss
Sahng-Ah Yoo
Alexander Andresian
Pilar Guerra

In the interest of full disclosure, a number of these candidates are currently on Spectator's staff. Bob Sun is an Opinion columnist, Peter Bailinson is a Development and Outreach associate, Qiuyun Tan is a News staff writer and associate photo editor, Omeed Maghzian is a Sales and Monetization associate, and Daniel Liss is a deputy Opinion editor.

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Maybe healthy posted on

but our system creates a dynamic where, since held in the first few weeks of school, freshman are not given the tools to make an educated decision. Then the councils are given pretty much total control over everything having to do with their class' government. Therefore, there isn't a genuine way for potential competitors to gain enough experience to really have a fighting chance. Unless, of course, the past officers go on to run for a higher position or join the current party's team for the following year.

If competition is truly healthy then our system, one that doesn't give competitors a real chance, has got to be diseased...

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Excite posted on

Who's Peter ?

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BLT posted on

(current) freshman class rep yo

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étranger posted on

Sammy, a typo:
"Meanwhile, there are more candidates there are quite a few candidates"

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Sammy Roth posted on

Thanks! It's fixed!

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Anon posted on

Love the Always Sunny at Columbia party because VP Peter Bailinson always puts a smile on my face.

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Truth posted on

Yeah and the wrong guys won.

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Concerned CC'14er posted on

Yep, this is kind of disappointing. Hopefully next year won't be the same.

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Concerned CC'14er posted on

Competition is healthy, people!

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Anonymous posted on

This noncompetitive shit is shameful ... I remember the CCSC Spring '11 election season. S*** was an all out death fight ...

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First year in Hillel - seriously awesome

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Anonymous posted on

I've had a huge crush on Daphne for a while now. Excited to see her take the helm!

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Ramis is indeed, the best.

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Anonymous posted on

who's noah swartz?

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GO RAMIS WADOOD!!!!!!!!!!

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Damn, CCSC is turning into ESC.

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