Kyana Shajari, a third-year psychology student, announced the results of the USAC election Friday.
Mihika Sridhar, a third-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, celebrates with members of her campaign after earning the Student Wellness commissioner position.
Naomi Riley, a second-year political science student, will be the 2019-2020 Academic Affairs commissioner.
Eduardo Velazquez, a third year Chicana/o Studies student, celebrates after the announcement of his election to the general representative position. Velazquez ran uncontested.
Second-year engineering student Shahamah Tariq will act as the international student representative for the 2019-2020 school year.
Kelechi Iheanacho, a third-year African American Studies student, ran unopposed as Cultural Affairs commissioner.
Ty Pearson, third-year anthropology student hugs his friends after losing the Student Wellness commissioner.
Robert Watson, a third-year political science student, won the USAC presidency by a 6.1% margin.
Millen Srivastava, a third-year biology student, ran for USAC president. However, she lost to Watson by 6.58%.
Lily Shaw, a third-year political science student, ran unopposed for Facilities commissioner.
Furkan Yalcin, a fourth-year political science student, ran for president again after not receiving the vote last year.
Tara Steinmetz, a third-year French & Francophone Studies and global studies student, and the new Campus Events commissioner waves alongside former CEC Alley Madison.
Second-year international developmental studies student Jonathan Wisner ran unopposed for Community Service commissioner. ''I'm definitely looking forward to being an active voice on council and working with my fellow council members to address the needs of the student community,'' said Wisner.
Johana Guerra Martinez will serve as external vice president. ''Well the reason I ran, was so that students like me can feel empowered,'' said Guerra Martinez.