UTS Hellenic elects its 2022 Committee with the hope COVID won’t hinder events

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Hoping to put behind the outgoing year which negatively affected much of its activities, the Hellenic Society of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) elected its new Committee for 2022 which sees a boost of six newcomers.

The Annual General Meeting of the Society took place on Thursday, November 25 and it was conducted electronically through Zoom.

UTS Hellenic’s new President, Dimitri Kallos, expressed his excitement for what next year could offer university students.

“University societies have been riddled with issues due to COVID-19 for pretty much the last two years,” Mr Kallos said.

“We are hopeful that next year will see a rebirth for our societies, including a plethora of face-to-face events, as well as general in-person interactions.

“Our team consists of four experienced members that served in the previous Committee and six newcomers who have already impressed us with their enthusiasm.

“I am very proud of my fellow Committee members and I am looking forward to us developing a calendar of events next year which will focus on entertainment but more importantly, on Greek language and culture which will allow us to highlight our proud Hellenic heritage.”

All office holders and Committee members were elected unopposed.

The full Committee is:

  • President – Dimitri Kallos
  • Vice President – Yanni Marathocabitis
  • Treasurer – Constance Botsikas
  • Secretary – Antonia Moulos
  • Events/ Social Media Officer – Karly Vouros
  • Cultural Officer – Katerina Andrews
  • General Committee: Nadine Zeritis, Peter Litsas, Despina Tsolakis, Ellen Kalantzis

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