Juan Carlo “JC” Tejano won as chairperson with 741 votes, while Jose Emmanuel Micael “Mickey” Eva III won the vice chairperson position with 715 votes. Dan Christian “Dan” Ramos was also elected CSSP representative to the USC.
Almost a week to Election Day, the university’s three main political parties convened and laid down plans for the next University Student Council in a student organization-hosted forum at the School of Economics yesterday.
Candidates from STAND-UP CMC and ISA, as well as one independent candidate for Journalism representative gave their stances on issues such as the budget cut, tuition fee increase and the state’s selling of idle assets to private companies.
STAND-UP enters a complete slate while ISA does not field candidates for Film Representatives. The position of Graduate Studies Representative has been removed from the ballot, while an Independent candidate enters the race for Journalism Representative.