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BREAKING: 2024-2025 Student Council Executive Board results announced

The position of Student Body President goes to Rachel Chung (’25), as she received the most votes from the rising upper schoolers. The Executive Board will be comprised of Francie Wallack (’25) and Caroline Collis (’26). (Graphic Illustration by Lucy Williams)

The current and rising upper school students have voted: Archer’s student body president for the 2024-2025 school year will be Rachel Chung (’25).

Next year’s Executive Board will be comprised of Caroline Collis (‘26) and Francie Wallack (‘25).

The board members will work alongside Chung to run the Student Council next school year.

In the dining hall during US Mentorship and Meeting time Wednesday, May 8, the two juniors and one sophomore delivered speeches campaigning for a position on the Executive Board. The upper school watched each speech, recorded their takeaways and voted for their favorite candidates on an online poll. Candidates have been campaigning this past week by putting posters up around campus.

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Zoe Gazzuolo
Zoe Gazzuolo, Culture Editor
Zoe Gazzuolo joined The Oracle as a staff reporter in 2022 and became the Culture Editor in 2023. She plays tennis and joined the Archer Varsity team her freshman year. In her free time, she loves hanging out with friends, baking and listening to music.

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    Samaira ModgilMay 8, 2024 at 3:41 pm

    Congrats Rachel