Eric Mendoza, a junior economics major from Houston, will be Texas A&M’s student body president (SBP) for the 2020-21 academic year.
Keller Cox ’21 and Jacob Huffman ’21 were reelected as senior yell leaders. Weston Porter ’21 became a senior yell leader, and Memo Salinas ’22 and Mason Graham ’22 were elected junior yell leaders.
A total of 10,471 ballots were cast in this spring’s elections. SBP-elect Mendoza won with 2.094 votes (25.8 percent).
Senior yell leader results showed Cox won with 7,008 votes (75.63 percent); Huffman with 6,383 votes (68.89 percent); and Porter with 5, 524 (59.62 percent). Junior yell leader results showed Salinas won with 6,292 votes (68.29 percent) and Graham with 5,701 votes (61.87 percent).
For additional results, visit the 2020 student body elections results page.
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As chief academic officer, Sams will lead the university’s academic enterprise for over 70,000 students on the main campus in College Station, branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar, and educational sites across Texas.
Juliette Jimenez ’22, Emily Orr ’23 and Grace Vaughn ’23 were named recipients of the 2023 Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award.
Four seniors received awards for demonstrating Texas A&M’s Core Values of Excellence, Integrity, Leadership, Loyalty, Respect and Selfless Service.
A Texas A&M professor of atmospheric sciences explains how climate change is at least partly to blame for increased turbulence on flights.
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