Tadean Page, Julian Holland Elected CSL President, Vice President for 2017-18

April 12, 2017

Quick Facts

bullet point The pair captured 68 percent of the vote.
bullet point Page currently serves as CSL's vice president.

Holland, left, and Page, right

ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA - Winthrop University students recently elected Tadean Page as the Council of Student Leaders (CSL) president and Julian Holland as vice president for the 2017-18 academic year.

The team of Page and Holland won in a run-off election with 318 votes, or 68 percent of the vote. More than 400 students voted in the online election.

Page, a junior individualized studies major from Dillon, South Carolina, who spent the past year as CSL vice-president, and Holland, a junior political science major from Sumter, South Carolina, centered their campaign around empowerment and uplifting others through integrity, involvement and inclusion.

"We believe that in order to assist others in becoming better leaders and individuals, we must first be that positive example through leading with integrity and constantly being aware of our code of ethics and personal morals," Page said. "We hope to build leaders who can make our campus, state, nation and world better by finding ways for them to get plugged in and involved."

The pair's goals include:

*Contributing to a more inclusive campus community;
* Working with the administration concerning building names;
*Clarifying parking guidelines for students and exploring increased parking options; and
*Establishing more campus events centered around unity.

For more information, contact Nicole Chisari, communications coordinator, at 803/323-2236 or chisarin@winthrop.edu.

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