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2019 USG Election Preview: Representatives

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2019 USG Election Preview: Representatives

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The number of college representative is given by the approximate ratio of one representative per 100 students. As a result, the student body will elect 15 representatives from the College of Arts and Sciences, 15 representatives from Case School of Engineering, three representatives from the Weatherhead School of Management and three representatives from the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. In addition to the 36 representatives elected in the spring, the representatives will also be joined by 14 First Year Representatives, who will be elected next fall. The number of First Year Representatives is based off a modeled approximation given by the Office of Enrollment Management anticipating the size of the first-year class.

College of Arts and Sciences (21 candidates)

Aleah Hixenbaugh

Alexandra Bernhard

Amrutha Yarlagadda

Bidisha Raychaudhuri

Dalia Zullig

Danielle Nwogu

Hae Weon Lee

Hersh Bhatt

Jasmine Cuenca

Katie Liebler

Kiran Desai

Meghna Srinivasan

Nadia Abbass

Nanak Dhillon

Naveena Bontha

Paritosh Joshi

Rachel Bobko

Shubham Vyas

Sienna Warshawsky

Suga Saravanan

Wintana Eyob

Case School of Engineering (16 candidates)

Amogh Iyer

Andrew Xavier

Cooper Reif

Danielle Bobay

Emilio Lopez

Hunter Stecko

Jesse Feng

Liam Matthews

Max Berky

Nikhil Madugula

Niki Wang

Riki Motoyama

Sharan Mehta

Sonia Velu

Sriram Satyavolu

Sydney Davis

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing (4 candidates)

Aaron Yan

Bonnie Wu

Karen Lee

Sophie Vilamara

Weatherhead School of Management (2 candidates)

Alex Gould

Eli Abboud

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2019 USG Election Preview: Representatives