The University Board of Elections hosted an event in the Multicultural Student Center Friday evening to announce the winners of the Spring 2018 University-wide elections. Alex Cintron — a third-year College student and outgoing vice president for administration — defeated third-year College student Eddie Lin and first-year College student Jalon Daniels for the position of Student Council president. Cintron ran on a ticket with third-year College students Sydney Bradley and Ty Zirkle, who were elected to Student Council vice president for administration and Student Council vice president for organizations, respectively. Cintron received 59.8 percent of the votes, with 18.8 percent of the student body voting in the Student Council presidential election. The Second Year Council election was notable for its large pool of candidates. First-year College student Jason Anderson defeated fellow first-year College students Tyler Windsor, Anna Yee and Omar Metwally — who received the second, third and fourth most votes, respectively — for Second Year Council President. First-year College student Kristin Myers was elected of SYC vice president with 56.1 percent of the vote. Voter turnout in the SYC presidential election was approximately 48.8 percent, while turnout in the vice president election was approximately 46.2 percent, according to results released Friday by the University Board of Elections. Many positions throughout Student Council, Honor Committee, University Judiciary Committee and their respective school councils were left with vacancies. There were six referenda on this year’s ballot — four referenda for Student Council and one referendum each for Honor Committee and University Board of Elections. A proposed amendment to Student Council’s constitution to implement a presidential veto power failed by the student body in a University-wide referendum this week, with just under 63.3 percent of students supporting the amendment. According to the Student Council constitution, “two-thirds of those voting must vote in favor of the amendment during elections.” Voter turnout in this referendum was approximately 14.4 percent, according to results released Friday by the University Board of Elections. Under the amendment, the Student Council president would have had a veto power that can be exercised over the elected Representative Body, but it may be overridden by a two-thirds majority vote of representatives. Three other referenda proposed by Student Council were approved by the student body Friday. One referendum will incorporate gender-neutral pronouns into the the Student Council’s constitution and was approved with 76.2 percent of the vote. The second clarifies term commencement for representatives as “between thirty and sixty days after the end of spring elections at the discretion of the outgoing executive board and school enrollment of elected representatives” and was approved with 76.6 percent of the vote. The third adds to the Student Council constitution that candidates for “Representative seats must be elected by the School that they will represent for the coming term” and was approved with 67.4 percent of the vote. A referendum proposed by the Honor Committee to integrate gender-neutral pronouns in its constitution was also approved Friday with 83.5 percent of the vote. A referendum proposed by the University Board of Elections to amend its member selection and appointment process was also approved Friday with 78.3 percent of the vote. Under the approved amendment, outgoing UBE administrations will have the power to determine the number, title and scope of the incoming chair and vice chair positions. After appointment, the UBE chair and vice chair would have the ability to appoint other members to the board at their sole discretion. Previously, a selection committee — composed of the outgoing Student Council President, Honor Committee Chair, UJC Chair, Fourth Year Trustees President and the UBE Chair — appointed the entire board. However, the committee will now only appoint the chair and vice chair — who will then select the other members of the board. The referendum also added gender-neutral language to the UBE’s constitution. Full results: Student Council Student Council President: Alex Cintron Student Council Vice President for Organizations: Ty Zirkle Student Council Vice President for Administration: Sydney Bradley Student Council School of Architecture Representative: vacant Student Council Undergraduate Arts and Sciences Representatives: Avery Gagne, Ellie Brasacchio, Raiya Al-Nsour, Chi Chan, Liya Abseno, Lukas Pietrzak, Steven Radilla, Brian Cameron, Ian Ware, Omar Metwally, Allison Kammerman, Sara Zahir Student Council Undergraduate Batten Representative: vacant Student Council Graduate Batten Representative: vacant Student Council Undergraduate Commerce Representative: vacant Student Council Graduate Commerce Representative: vacant Student Council Undergraduate Continuing and Professional Studies Representative: vacant Student Council Graduate Continuing and Professional Studies Representative: vacant Student Council Undergraduate Education Representative: vacant Student Council Graduate Education Representative: vacant Student Council Undergraduate Engineering and Applied Sciences Representative: Shivani Saboo Student Council Graduate Engineering and Applied Sciences Representative: vacant Student Council Medicine Representative: Edwin Lu Student Council Undergraduate Nursing Representative: vacant Student Council Graduate Nursing Representative: vacant Second Year Council Second Year Council President: Jason Anderson Second Year Council Vice President: Kristin Myers Third Year Council Third Year Council President: Omar Elhaj Third Year Council Vice President: Ginny Brooks Fourth Year Trustees Fourth Year Trustees President: Galen Green Fourth Year Trustees Vice President: Rebecca Soistmann Honor Committee Representatives Honor Architecture Representative: Kelly O’Meara Honor Batten Representative: vacant Honor Undergraduate Arts and Sciences Representative: Mariana Brazao, Ankita Satpathy, Derrick Wang, Oretha Domfeh, Stearns Swetnam Honor Commerce Representative: Caitlin Knowles, William Donnell Honor Continuing and Professional Studies Representative: Jennifer Simpson Honor Undergraduate Education Representative: Al Ahmed Honor Graduate Education Representative: Andrew McCartney Honor Engineering and Applied Sciences Representative: Julia Batts, Peyton Sandroni Honor Medicine Representative: Gregory Streeter, Joshua Diamond Honor Nursing Representative: Catherine Powell Architecture School Council Architecture School Council President: Jordan Richardson Architecture School Council Vice President: Winston Tang Architecture School Council Secretary: Charis Fortunato Architecture School Council Treasurer: Kim Corral Commerce Council Commerce Council President: Anant Das Commerce Council Vice President: Sarah Lau College Council College Council President: Parker Moore College Council Vice President: Chelsea Li College Council Secretary: vacant College Council Treasurer: Aneeka Britto Education Council Education Council President: vacant Education Council Vice President & Treasurer: vacant Education Council Academic Affairs Chair: vacant Education Council Communications Chair: vacant Student Health Insurance Committee Representative: vacant Education Council Undergraduate Community Service Chair: vacant Education Council Undergraduate Inter-school Relations Chair: vacant Education Council Undergraduate Social Chair: vacant Education Council Undergraduate Scholarship and Professional Development Chair: Alexandra Quinn Education Council Graduate Community Service Chair: vacant Education Council Graduate Inter-school Relations Chair: vacant Education Council Graduate Social Chair: vacant Nursing Student Council Nursing Student Council President: Taylor O’Neal Nursing Student Council Vice President: Elizabeth Weller Nursing Student Council Secretary: vacant Nursing Student Council Social Committee Chair: vacant Nursing Student Council Treasurer: vacant University Judiciary Committee Judiciary Undergraduate Architecture Representative: Jordan Richardson Judiciary Undergraduate Arts and Sciences Representative: Jordan Arnold, Sam Powers, Austin Zavacky Judiciary Batten Representative: Stephanie Ibanez Judiciary Commerce Representative: vacant Judiciary Graduate Education Representative: Caroline Harvey Judiciary Engineering and Applied Sciences Representative: Kevin Warshaw, Camille Cooper Judiciary Medicine Representative: vacant Judiciary Nursing Representative: Lauren Brill Batten Undergraduate Council Batten Undergraduate Council President: vacant Batten Undergraduate Council Director of Communications: vacant Batten Undergraduate Council Treasurer: vacant Batten Graduate Council Batten Graduate Council President: Amy Dalrymple Batten Graduate Council Special Events Chair: Turner LaBrie Batten Graduate Council Treasurer: Catherine Griesedieck Batten Graduate Council Community Engagement Chair: vacant Batten Graduate Council Secretary: vacant Engineering Student Council Engineering Student Council President: Mary-Michael Robertson Engineering Student Council Vice President: Allison Horenberg Engineering Student Council Secretary: Camryn Burley Engineering Student Council Treasurer: Bhavya Ravigopal Engineering Council Engineering Council Fourth Year Board President: Dany Chaillo Correction: The article previously left omitted Sara Zahir from the list of Student Council Undergraduate Arts and Sciences Representatives. She has now been added.