Freshman Class Officer Election Results Announced


Nov. 30, 2022, 2:56 p.m. | By Srijani Chakraborty, Sudhish Swain | 2 months ago

Freshmen Anuva Maloo and Mooti Chimdi were elected to represent the Class of 2026 earlier this month


On Nov. 7, the Student Government Association (SGA) announced the winners of the freshman class officer election: Anuva Maloo was elected as president and Mooti Chimdi as vice president. Both Maloo and Chimdi were part of their middle school’s SGA. Now, as freshman class officers, their goal is to unify the class of 2026.

As SGA freshman class president, Maloo hopes to increase access to women’s menstrual products, fundraise money to make homecoming tickets cheaper and advocate for more mental health breaks. Her goal is to use her position to ensure that the previous Student Member of the Board's (SMOB's) objectives, particularly those regarding expanded access to menstrual products, are carried out at Blair. “I noticed especially for the girls in the bathroom that all the dispensers were broken,” she says. 

As freshman class vice president, Chimdi aims to make the entire freshman class feel more involved and to make Innovation Period lessons more enjoyable for students. He ran for class officer in his first year of high school to start building meaningful connections with his peers at an early stage. “With the ideas I have, it would be better to get more people involved in their first year as opposed to their sophomore or junior years,” he says. 

Maloo and Chimdi both plan on running for class officer in their subsequent years of high school as well.


Cover Image courtesy of the SGA Instagram

Last updated: Dec. 9, 2022, 5:25 p.m.


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