Final Official List of Candidates for the USC Elections 2011 (UPDATED)

It’s Kristine Borja/Ralph Anthony Geronimo for ALYANSA, Marck Bryan David/Marvee dela Resma for KAISA, and Jemimah Grace Garcia/Dan Neil Ramos for STAND-UP.

For the 2011 USC elections, ALYANSA (Alyansa ng mga Mag-aaral para sa Panlipunang Katwiran at Kaunlaran) is fielding USC Councilor Kristine Borja for chairperson and Eng’g chairperson Ralph Anthony Geronimo for vice chairperson, along with 11 candidates for councilor and 12 candidates for college representatives.

KAISA (Nagkakaisang Iskolar para sa Pamantasan at Sambayanan) has USC Councilors Marck Bryan David and Marvee dela Resma for chairperson and vice chairperson, respectively, along with 10 candidates for councilor and eight for college representatives.

STAND-UP (Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UP) will be represented by USC Councilors Jemimah Grace Garcia and Dan Neil Ramos for chairperson and vice chairperson, along with 12 candidates for councilor, and 10 candidates for college representatives.

Running for college representatives as independents respectively are Duchess Aleksie Duque (Arki), Jan Kevin Rivera (CMC), and Antonio Rafael Ongkeko, Jr. (NCPAG).

All previously disapproved candidacies have been approved on Jan. 27, save for Miguel Jose Angeles (Independent), who was running for College of Science representative.

At stake in the Feb. 17 elections are the positions of USC chairperson, vice chairperson, 12 USC councilors, and the various college representatives in the campus’ different academic units.

Author: TNP

The Official Student Publication of the UP College of Mass Communication.

  • Rick

    Kristine Borja is an incumbent USC Councilor (AY ’10 – ’11); she was CSSP Representative to the USC last year (AY ’09 – ’10).

  • TNP

    Thank you, the article has been updated.–Ed.

  • From CMC

    Jan Kevin Rivera is not running independently. He is running under the local party ISA.

    • He is, but on the university-level, ISA is considered Independent (not belonging to either of the three major parties: ALYANSA, KAISA, or STAND-UP).

      College representatives Nigel Patrick Cornel and Jo Javan Cerda, both belonging to ISA, have also been considered Independent in the overall USC composition.–Ed.