The campaign ran on a platform with six points:
- Diversity and inclusion
- Accessibility for disabled students
- Addressing sexual assault
- Affordability of college
- Spirit and tradition.
The motto was "Let’s RALLY," which stood for Represent All Longhorns Like You.
Outgoing student-body president Kevin Helgren congratulated Guzman and Wolf in a Facebook post.
"Running for student body president and vice president at one of the largest universities in the world is no small task – it takes a tremendous amount of courage, vulnerability and sacrifice ... I’m excited to see where leadership takes our passionate student body," he said.
Helgren also acknowledged the other two campaigns for their hard work.
Candidates for student-body president and vice president at UT have been more diverse in recent decades, according to UT spokesman J.B. Bird.
However, it has been 17 years since the last African-American student-body president, Daron Roberts. Six years have passed since the last female student-body president, Natalie Butler — until Guzman.