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In the final round, each candidate was asked what being the Mayor of Huntington Avenue meant to them. They spoke of uniting the student body, improving alumni participation and communicating the students’ needs to school officials.
“To me, being mayor is being a uniter,” Rojo del Busto, a junior marketing and management major, said. “You want people affiliated with Northeastern to be spirited throughout their lifetimes.”
The Mayor of Huntington Avenue debate can be viewed in its entirety at www.northeastern.edu/homecomingnu. Students can vote for their favorite candidate and view their full bios on myNEU. Voting closes at midnight on Friday, and the winner will be announced at the men’s hockey game against Boston University on Saturday.
Those running for the position are:
Tori Alexander, senior communications, media and screen studies and graphic design major, representing Sigma Delta Tau.
Victor Brailou, third-year finance major, representing Kappa Sigma.
Chelsey Goldberg, senior human services major, representing the Student Athletic Advisory Community.
Ben Gowaski, senior computer engineering major, representing Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Kristen Lobo, third-year business and economics major, representing Generation Citizen and Delta Sigma Pi.
Kyle Mochnacz, senior business administration major, marketing concentration, self-representing.
Christy Murphy, third-year health sciences major, representing Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Sofia Rojo del Busto, fourth-year marketing and management major, representing Sigma Sigma Sigma and Woof Magazine.
Tyler Wong, senior civil engineering major, representing Beta Theta Pi and the Resident Student Association.
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