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ECOS Vice President of Student Engagement Geoffrey St. John announced the ECOS Executive Council election results in an email to students, faculty and staff at 1:05 p.m. on March 16.

Junior Bailey Cross will be the ECOS president, sophomore Aurora Mazza will be executive vice president, sophomore Natasha Cooper will be vice president of academic affairs, sophomore Will Shedden will be vice president of financial affairs, and junior Phoenix Ridings will be vice president of student engagement.

The newly elected board will hold their positions for the 2019 to 2020 academic year.

St. John thanked voters and the ECOS Elections Committee, and asked students to look for other ECOS position applications in the coming months.

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