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ET Makes It Official: New FSG Officers Inaugurated, Madarang Is President

ET Makes It Official: New FSG Officers Inaugurated, Madarang Is President

After a vigorous screening and election, the Electoral Tribunal released the roster of newly-elected officers of the Federated Student Government for S.Y. 2021-2022, where Christian Madarang of PSU Infanta won the 54-33-1 presidential race. Following that, Dr. Dexter R. Buted, University President, presided over the oath-taking ceremony.

The electoral was composed of ninety (90) members–ten (10) representatives, from the nine (9) satellite campuses of Pangasinan State University. These appointed/elected representatives were also newly-seated officers of their respective campus’ Supreme Student Council.

The Students and Alumni Affairs Office (SAAO), led by Prof. Celeste Mercado in collaboration with the Electoral Tribunal (ET), organized the day-long historical event at the Dr. Telesforo Boquiren Convention Hall on November 11, 2021

The official results of the Federated Student Government Election 2021 released by the Students and Alumni Affairs Office

Infanta Campus student steals the spotlight

Madarang, student leader of Pangasinan State University-Infanta Campus (PSU-IC) under the banner of ALPHA Party, was hailed as the new President of the Federated Student Government after winning fifty-four (54) votes.

He was also the first on their campus to bring home the bacon for FSG presidency.

As the new FSG President, he is expected to stand for the right and welfare of the studentry at all times, impose policies, and implement projects for the betterment of the University. Moreover, he will automatically be sitting with the Board of Regents of the University as a representative of the student body.

The beginning of a new era of leadership

Modern leaders are obliged to fulfill their duties and functions in accordance with the Federated Student Government’s Constitution and By-Laws.

Dr. Buted advised the students to be firm with their decisions and dedicate their leadership for the students and the University. He hoped that they instill integrity despite the bruising challenge they encountered on the battlefield.

Dr. Buted giving pieces of advice to the elected FSG President

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