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Branden Greenberg elected SGA vice president of student affairs


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Branden Greenberg, a junior majoring in political science from Montgomery, was elected SGA vice president of student affairs in Monday’s runoff election against Tate Thomas, a junior majoring in civil engineering from Anniston, Alabama. According to Kelli Knox-Hall, SGA elections board advisor, Greenberg received 4,931 votes, 69.38 percent of the total 7,107 votes cast. Greenberg has served for two years as an College of Arts and Sciences senator and has served a year as speaker of the senate for the SGA. Greenberg ran his campaign on a platform of change on campus, with a specific plan to enact “Crimson Change Education Reform,” which he said aims to improve student life on campus by easing students’ financial burden in a variety of ways.

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Branden Greenberg elected SGA vice president of student affairs