By Lowell Fredrick Madrileno
The positions for Asian Institute of Tourism Student Council (AIT-SC) 2010-2011 will be all filled in by candidates from local college party, START-AIT.
The Asian Institute of Tourism (AIT) posted the outcome of its local election around 6 p.m. The results are as follows:
USC AIT Representative
163 Juan Carlos “JC” Danganan
61 Nikki M. Nicolas
183 Karen Claire “KC” Chan
AIT Vice Chairperson
202 Charisse “Cha” Lopez
AIT Councilors (5)
167 Christine Joy “CJ” Bollar
158 Jan Lester “JL” Dimayuga
148 Kristian Anthony “Kian” Palencia
144 Danielle Corinne “Danie” Seva
139 Michelle Claudine “Mitch” Manalac
AIT 4th year representative
119 Aylene Marie “Aylene” Sarmiento
AIT 3RD year representative
47 Maria Shaine “Shaine” Santiago
AIT 2ND year representative
16 Erika Mar “Erika” Erro
Nikki Nicolas was the sole candidate of the STAND-UP for college representative but she lost to START-AIT’s JC Danganan.
Aside from students having to transfer computers because some units can’t log them in, the elections at the Asian Institute of Tourism (AIT) was smooth sailing, said one AIT student.
Amid earlier fear of not reaching the desired voter’s turnout, the AIT College Student Electoral Board recorded a (61%) voter’s turnout, with 236 of 386 registered students voting.
(We apologize for some factual errors incurred during the reporting process)