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Amma Agyei elected TCU Senate president, makes history as first Black woman to hold the position

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Amma Agyei elected TCU Senate president, makes history as first Black woman to hold the position

By JACK ADGATE via https://tuftsdaily.com/

Amma Agyei was named the winner of the Tufts Community Union Senate presidential election by the Tufts Elections Commission (ECOM) on April 24. She will serve as the TCU Senate president for the 2021–22 academic year.

The runner-up in the election, Tim Leong, will serve as TCU Senate vice president during the 2021–22 academic year.

Voting for the presidential election took place from April 22 at noon until April 23 at midnight, with the winner announced just after midnight on April 24. Both candidates ran successful campaigns for Class of 2022 TCU Senate seats and were then nominated…

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