ULU President-elect won’t take office
Sean Rillo Raczka, ULU’s President-elect, will not be taking up the position of President for the forthcoming year, it has been announced.
His reasons for doing so remain private.
In a short message circulated on Friday morning, ULU’s General Manager and the current ULU President wished Sean well for the future.
Sean, who is the current ULU Vice-President, ran uncontested and won 737 votes.
There will now be a by-election early in the next academic year to determine who will take over the role.