Dong, Riche fill empty TCU Judiciary seats

Junior Gregory Dong on Tuesday night ran unopposed to fill the seventh seat on the Tufts Community Union (TCU) Judiciary.

Judiciary Vice Chair Adam Sax, a sophomore, said he supported the addition to the body.

“I believe Greg is a great fit for the Judiciary, he has a strong voice in our discussions … and I think he will suit the Judiciary well,” Sax said.

The Judiciary is the arm of the TCU government that oversees on-campus student organizations and the judicial advocates program.

Dong said he was eager to begin working as the body’s newest member.

“I’m excited to continue the work of the Judiciary, and I’m looking forward to bringing a new perspective to the table,” Dong said.

Freshman David Riche earlier this month also ran unopposed to join the body.

Dong and Riche filled spots that were left vacant when former Judiciary members Danielle Cotter and Colin Smith, both juniors, resigned this semester before leaving to study abroad.

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