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Evelynn Lin '25, Riley Smith '25

Student Council Candidates

Student Council candidates share ideas

We asked the 2023-2024 student council candidates: Why should the student body vote for you?

Campaign posters cover the hallways and Instagram posts flood your feed. Student Council elections are open to all underclassmen students this week, and 40 candidates are running for office.

You might wonder who deserves your vote.

We’ve made it easy for you to learn more about each candidate and their vision for the 2023-24 school year by asking the one big question: Why should the student body vote for you? 

NOTE: Officer candidate Gabriel Broome did not respond to interview requests. Officer candidate Matt Lund was not able to complete an interview before publication.
Zunariah Ali ‘25
Lola Babin ‘24
Sage Baker ‘25
Madison Benzing ‘25
Madeline Bonhomme ‘24
Matt Caputo ’25
Wendy Chen ’25
Rose Choi ’25
Natalie D’Onofrio ‘25
Luci DiBonaventura ‘25
Davis Fairbanks ‘25
Julia Feldman ‘25
Maya Grande ‘25
Helena Kaufman ‘25
Ella Liberi ‘25
Zoe Likely ‘25
Emily Lin ‘25
Sophie Lin ‘25
Jaina Livingstone ‘24
Zane Malarkey ‘24
Sunny Mao ‘24
Ben Milligan ‘25
Madeline Noeller ‘24
Bridget O’Reilly ‘25
Snehal Pandey ’25
Honey Pickup ‘24
Molly Prendergast ’24
Emily Reilly ‘25
Laura Shea ‘24
Christina Si ‘25
Devon Soeiro ‘25
Josie Tolson ‘25
Olivia Voshell ‘25
Tianyue Wang ‘25
Linden Corbett ‘25
Aditi Halpe ‘24
Mirella DiPalma ‘24

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