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Writ of Mandamus for ASCC Vice President rejected by Court

Writ of Mandamus for ASCC Vice President rejected by Court

David Jenkins
March 26
Filed under News, Student Government

The Writ of Mandamus requested for ASCC Vice President Enrique Rodriguez by Senator Pro Tempore Gurpreet Ubbu during the March 1 senate meeting was rejected by ASCC Court on Tuesday. The court made this decision by proving that the evidence brought forth by Ubbu was insufficient. Court Judge Dennis Ga...

ASCC Government hosts Student Town Hall meeting

Perla Lara
March 6
Filed under News, Student Government

The LC 155 room served as a town hall for the College community as ASCC Senate held a three-hour town hall style meeting on Thursday, March 2. The meeting had a continuous flow of students as some left others arrived having an audience max of 15 people at a single moment. At the front of the meeting w...

ASCC Cabinet approves Architect Club and LAMUN convention budget

Lizette Sainz
February 22
Filed under News, Student Government

Associated Students of Cerritos College Executive Cabinet held a meeting with the Model United Nations and The American Institute of Architects Convention Travel Request approval, on Monday, Feb. 13.Christopher Portillo, MUN Inter Club Council Representative went over his presentation with MUN Secreta...

ASCC votes on Care Fund and Senate welcomes new senators

ASCC votes on Care Fund and Senate welcomes new senators

Jocelyn Torralba, Staff Writer
February 8
Filed under News, Student Government

Senator Ryan Kang, said "I'm very passionate about the ASCC Care Fund because students here who are struggling with homelessness, domestic abuse, and a myriad of other painful troubles deserve to know that this college cares for them. "No student left behind, I truly believe that." Kang said. He...

ASCC Senate votes on Dreamer Funding

ASCC Senate votes on Dreamer Funding

Jocelyn Torralba
February 8
Filed under News, Student Government

Saul Lopez -Pulido, ASCC President, presented ASCC Senate with legislation for the ASCC Dreamer Fund to assist undocumented students attending Cerritos College with many benefits to help them with their legal status, such as :free lawyer consultations financial aid workshopsThe legislation was approved by the ASCC Senate W...

ASCC cabinet discusses a campus shuttle for students

Ethan Ortiz
November 15
Filed under News, Student Government

A Falcon Shuttle could be making its way to Cerritos as early as spring 2017.Cabinet held a meeting on Monday, Nov. 14 in BK-111/112, where the idea of having a campus shuttle was presented.Student senator Eduardo De La Rosa gave the powerpoint presentation, along with student body president Saul Lopez.They ...

ASCC offers legislation workshop for students

Lizette Sainz
November 14
Filed under News, Student Government

The first legislation presentation workshop took place on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at BK 111 it was presented by ASCC Standing Setup Orientation Board. The orientation board consist of five members. Political science major Megan KIm said, "I thought it was very helpful, when I was commissioner I wrote some legislatio...

ASCC Senate presented with a paid travel opportunity

ASCC Senate presented with a paid travel opportunity

Perla Lara
October 24
Filed under News, Student Government

Free room and $800 a month living income in the city of Taiwan and the only thing that is asked in return is to learn mandarin, that’s the opportunity that was presented at the ASCC Senate meeting on Wednesday Oct.19. Senator Alan Malfavon was excited to hear about the scholarships and internships...

Benefits offered from propositions gain ASCC cabinet members support

Benefits offered from propositions gain ASCC cabinet members support

Briana Hicks
October 11
Filed under News, Student Government

Prop. 51 will give existing schools, kindergarten through community colleges, access to $9 billion to help renovate and upgrade their school through the Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2016. Trying to Gain Support ASCC President Saul Lopez, and Commissioner of External Affairs Connor Gafford ...

Coates envisions change for the school

Coates envisions change for the school

Monique Nethington
October 6
Filed under News, Student Government

With the new school year well under way, student government is making sure that the campus is well represented.Newly appointed Chief Justice Trent Coates, plans to come up with fresh new ideas for student government and for the student body, as a whole, one by one in hopes that both will respond well to...

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