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    A gorilla and a banana suit have been spotted on campus and they want you to vote for House of Student Representatives.

    Students can vote for House elections starting April 17 at 8 a.m. until April 18 at 8 a.m.

    Sixty six people applied for the 54 total seats, Brett Phillips said, student activities coordinator. During last year’s election, 48 people ran for a total of 54 open seats.

    Phillips attributed the increase in applicants to a marketing committee that tried to include as many different student populations as possible. The committee made flyers, Facebook timeline cover photos, yard signs and conducted stunt advertising, including people in Market Square and the Library wearing a gorilla and a banana suit.

    “I think with more people running you assume that they’ll have greater outreach in able to have more people vote,” Phillips said.

    Students are allowed to run under two colleges in which they are a part of either via major or with honors, Phillips said. Students can also run to be a class representative.

    In the event a college has open seats after the elections, students can be appointed to those seats by the Elections and Regulations Chair, Phillips said. The Chair will decide when those appointments begin.

    All students can attend House sessions and serve on the House Committees.

    Results from the election will be announced via e-mail and TCU 360 on Wednesday, April 18 at noon.

    A breakdown of seat distribution can be found below. The list of candidates running for each college can be found above in the searchable database. Please note the database is case-sensitive.

    Voting for the 2012-2013 House of Representatives begins April 17 at 8 a.m. on my.tcu.edu under helpful links>survey system and ends April 18 at 8 a.m.

    Seat allocations are as follows: number of seats/ total college seats. Example 8/48 means that college has 8 seats open for election out of 48 total college seats. 

    NOTE: Six seats are allotted for class representatives. These six are not included in the 48 college seats.

     

    AddRan College of Liberal Arts (8/48)

    • Paulina Blanc
    • Samantha Calimbahin
    • Michael Dabbs
    • Nick Daigle
    • Parker  Fleming
    • Jansen Harrison
    • Kyle Lee
    • James Lewis
    • Austin Marple
    • Lydia McGarva
    • Victoria Middleton
    • Jake Potter
    • Thomas Pronske
    • Taylor Qualls
    • Dillon Randolph
    • Michael Ridings
    • Emily Rodenbach
    • Abby Terhaar
    • Ryan Tiglas
    • Jennifer Villyard
    • Jillian Voigt
    • Cody Westphal

     

    College of Communications (6/48)

    • Rachel Adcock
    • Michael Barrera
    • Marcus Bustos
    • Jaclyn Cravello
    • Michael Dabbs
    • Emily Denney
    • Evan Folan
    • Luke Harville
    • Thomas Pronske
    • Hillary  Shepheard

     

    College of Education (2/48)

    • Marquis Harris
    • Thomas Kober
    • Amanda Oswald
    • Mary Valuck

     

    College of Fine Arts (4/48)

    • Brittany Deisher
    • Peyton Frank
    • Thomas Kober
    • Taylor Qualls

     

    College of Science and Engineering (8/48)

    • Alex Cohen
    • Bryce Griffith
    • Barrington Hwang
    • Zach Madel
    • Laurie Meguro
    • Victoria Middleton
    • Dillon Randolph
    • Daniel Rangel
    • Emily Rodenbach
    • Hillary Shepheard
    • Mariana Skertchly
    • Matthew Spangler
    • Schuyler Stump
    • Whitney Summers
    • Marshall Watts
    • Addison White

     

    Harris College of Nursing and Health (6/48)

    • Sharnise Gossett
    • Spencer Heath
    • Liz Nifong
    • Abby Terharr
    • Rachel Tull
    • Megan Williams

     

    John V. Roach Honors College (5/48)

    • Michael Barrera
    • Alex Cohen
    • Burton Cowles
    • Jaclyn Cravello
    • Jamie D’Onofrio
    • Brittany Deisher
    • Luke Harville
    • Barrington Hwang
    • Zach Madel
    • Austin Marple
    • Lydia McGarva
    • Laurie Meguro
    • Michelle Nguyen
    • Lauren Sharp
    • Trent Smith
    • Whitney Summers
    • Rachel Talley
    • Ryan Tiglas
    • Jennifer Tomany
    • Rachel Tull
    • Jillian Voigt
    • Marshall Watts
    • Cody Westphal

     

    Neely School of Business (9/48)

    • Nate Anderson
    • Burton Cowles
    • Jamie D’Onofrio
    • Nathan Hearnsberger
    • Katie Russell
    • James Lewis
    • Stuart Maples
    • Katie Neuberger
    • Michelle Nguyen
    • Daniel Rangel
    • Chandler Reece
    • Lauren Sharp
    • Trent Smith
    • Rachel Talley
    • Jennifer Tomany
    • Jennifer Villyard

     

    Class of 2013 (2 seats)

    • Rachel Adcock
    • Marcus Bustos
    • Parker Fleming
    • Spencer Heath
    • Kyle Lee
    • Mariana Skertchly
    • Addison White

     

    Class of 2014 (2 seats)

    • Emily Denney
    • Jansen Harrison
    • Katie Neuberger
    • Amanda Oswald
    • Schuyler Stump
    • Mary Valuck

     

    Class of 2015 (2 seats)

    • Nate Anderson
    • Paulina Blanc
    • Samantha Calimbahin
    • Nick Daigle
    • Evan Folan
    • Peyton Frank
    • Sharnise Gossett
    • Bryce Griffith
    • Marquis Harris
    • Nathan Hearnsberger
    • Stuart Maples
    • Liz Nifong
    • Jake Potter
    • Chandler Reece
    • Michael Ridings
    • Hillary Shepeard
    • Matthew Spangler     

     

     

     

    TCU 360 has every candidate’s questionnaire in the database listed below. Search the candidate’s name to see their answers. Please note it is case-sensitive.

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