Berry elected ASF president

In the recent elections for Associated Student Federation Forum officers, sophomore Travis Berry ran uncontested for the office of president. Berry currently serves as vice president, and says that as president he will combat the apathy shown by the student body in regard to student politics. / photo by Jennifer Contreras
In the recent elections for Associated Student Federation Forum officers, sophomore Travis Berry ran uncontested for the office of president. Berry currently serves as vice president, and says that as president he will combat the apathy shown by the student body in regard to student politics. / photo by Jennifer Contreras

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