A new president, vice president and ten new senators were sworn into their positions within the Associated Students of UNM on May 12.
The new ASUNM Senators and fresh executive team — headed by president Noah Brooks and vice president Sally Midani — are now tasked with addressing campus issues, following through on campaign promises and representing the next generation of UNM undergraduate students.
“I’m very excited for the upcoming year,” Brooks said in his first address to the UNM community since the election in March.
“I can’t wait to get started,” he said, adding that his goals are to serve the students and accomplish his campaign promises.
Outgoing ASUNM President Kyle Biederwolf commended the newly elected senators, vice president and president for their work so far.
Fully confident in the new administration's ability to serve UNM’s students, Biederwolf praised the new governing body.
Brooks and Midani, who ran together in the election, are looking to accomplish their campaign platform which included: helping prevent sexual assault on campus, streamlining advisement and transforming UNM into a destination University.
On the campaign trail Brooks and Midani criticised the UNM advisement system.