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IFC Votes for Florencio as Wendkos’ Successor

After about two hours of elections, the Interfraternity Council voted on four open positions for the 2010/2011 year. And the winners are…

Dan Florencio, Zeta Psi, President
Joe Reichwein, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Executive Vice President
John Hanson,  Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President of Finance
Nick Grassetti, Zeta Psi, UPUA Representative

Max Wendkos, the current President of the IFC, expressed his confidence in all the elected officials, saying, “They selected three very qualified candidates.”  Florencio, who currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, is “great in his role,” said Wendkos, and is sure to be a great leader, using his knowledge of the IFC to make for a successful year. The baton is passed starting January 1.

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Abby Zwillinger

I’m a Junior majoring in Labor Studies and Employment Relations. I have lived on Long Island my entire life, and think NYC is the greatest place in the world. Life is too short, so if you want a cupcake, have a cupcake.

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