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Where you read it first | Sunday, May 19, 2024

BREAKING: 2024–25 TCU Senate election results announced

Senators will sit on the Tufts Community Union Senate for the full academic year.

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Having certified the TCU Senate election results, ECOM will next host the Senate presidential nominations in the Campus Center on April 16.

The Tufts Community Union Elections Commission announced the incoming senators for the 2024–25 academic year on Friday, shortly after voting concluded at 12 p.m. According to ECOM Chair Charles Mitchell, approximately 20% of students voted in the election — 23.8% of whom were first-years, 36.6% of whom were sophomores, 25.8% of whom were juniors, 13.4% of whom were seniors and 0.4% of whom were fifth-years.

The results are as follows:


Class of 2025 Senators

  • Aniyah Perry
  • Nessren Ourdyl
  • Joel Omolade
  • Anika Buder-Greenwood
  • Mikayla Paquette
  • Neelofar Tamboli
  • Lexis Lokko

Class of 2026 Senators

  • Brooks Byrnes
  • Savvy Thompson
  • Caroline Spahr
  • Jose Armando Rodriguez Sanchez
  • Nathaniel Kennedy
  • Arman Tendulkar
  • Dhruv Sampat

Class of 2027 Senators

  • Brendan French
  • Larry Qiu
  • Aaron Dickson
  • Mikey Glueck
  • Isabela Silvares Lima
  • Jonah Feldman
  • Michael Onysko

Community Senators

  • Africana: Rhoda Edwards ’26
  • Asian American: Thy Nguyen ’26
  • Disability: Amelia Farrar ’27
  • FIRST: Alexander Vang ’26
  • International: Mathew Letua ’26
  • LGBTQIA+: Donovan Sanders ’26
  • SMFA: Kunal Botla ’27
  • SWANA: Iman Boulouah ’26
  • Women’s: Krystal Mutebi ’25

Indigenous Peoples’ is vacant

Latinx is vacant


TCU Judiciary

  • Ethan VanGosen ’25
  • Nick Dahlen ’27
  • Jacob Ackiron ’26
  • Patricia Martinez ’27
  • Kazi Begum ’26

Two vacant seats


Committee on Student Life

Juna Hatta-Langedyk ’27

Four vacant seats

On Tuesday, ECOM will hold the presidential candidate nominations in Mayer Campus Center Room 220 to determine the presidential candidates for the 2024-2025 academic year.

On April 23, the presidential candidates will debate their platforms in Joyce Cummings Center Room 270, with time and location subject to change.

Ballots will be open for the presidential election from April 24 at 12 p.m. through April 26 at 12 p.m.