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ASULV announces new president, vice president

Sophomore broadcasting major Pablo Macias helps senior international business and language major Ilsa Castillo and junior political science major Jezze Tu cast their votes in the ASULV election Monday. The election for president, vice president, senators-at-large, senator for the College of Arts and Sciences and senator for the College of Business and Public Management ran from Monday through Wednesday in the Campus Center. Students who voted received ASULV pillowcases. / photo by Ryan Gann

Sophomore broadcasting major Pablo Macias helps senior international business and language major Ilsa Castillo and junior political science major Jezze Tu cast their votes in the ASULV election Monday. The election for president, vice president, senators-at-large, senator for the College of Arts and Sciences and senator for the College of Business and Public Management ran from Monday through Wednesday in the Campus Center. Students who voted received ASULV pillowcases. / photo by Ryan Gann

After a tight race, junior Bethie Ross and freshman David Asbra were elected as the 2013-2014 Associated Students of the University of La Verne president and executive vice president respectively Wednesday.

Ross and Asbra ran against Ziggy Azacron and Christian Pickett.

Ross will be succeeding Ava Jahanvash and Asbra will be succeeding Michael Wahba.

Ross is currently serving as senator pro tempore for ASULV and Asbra is currently serving as a senator at large for the student body government.

Their focus for the upcoming year involves three main agenda items: parking, commuters and residential life, according to the ASULV website.

They also say they will bring clarity to all pertinent topics regarding the student body.

—Christian Orozco

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