NKC claim confidence in ResSoc election

Nathan Utioh, Kissok Yoo and Cameron Yung to be next year’s executive

Friends and supporters of NKC erupted into applause in Waldron Tower after Heather Donkers, Residence Society (ResSoc) chief electoral officer, announced that team NKC had won this year’s ResSoc election.

The team won with an 89 per cent confidence and a 28 per cent voter turnout.

President-elect Nathan Utioh, ArtSci ’15, said he had no idea what to expect for this year’s voter turnout, but was pleasantly surprised.

“It’s great to see so many people turned out to vote,” he said.

Vice-president-elect (residence affairs) Kisook Yoo, ArtSci ’16, said she’s excited to start working for the society.

“It’s been a long time coming,” she said. “I have no words right now.” The incoming ResSoc exec team will continue to promote events and activities for both main campus and West Campus residents, following the amalgamation of the Main Campus Residents Council and Jean Royce Hall Residents Council last year.

“I feel really good … especially with all the campaigning that we Vice-President-elect (Judicial Affairs),” Cameron Yung, ArtSci ’16 said.

– Jessica Chong


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