Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

ASCC cabinet discusses a campus shuttle for students

Ethan Ortiz
November 15, 2016
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 ... Read more »

ASCC offers legislation workshop for students

Lizette Sainz
November 14, 2016
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... Read more »

ASCC Senate presented with a paid travel opportunity

ASCC Senate presented with a paid travel opportunity

Perla Lara
October 24, 2016
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... Read more »

Benefits offered from propositions gain ASCC cabinet members support

Benefits offered from propositions gain ASCC cabinet members support

Briana Hicks
October 11, 2016
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 ... Read more »

Coates envisions change for the school

Coates envisions change for the school

Monique Nethington
October 6, 2015
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... Read more »

Unofficial start for the ASCC Senate

Perla Lara
September 22, 2015
Filed under News, Student Government

On Wednesday, Sept. 16, ASCC Senators gathered in their usual meeting room BK 111/112, but because of an error the bylaw conditions to have an official meeting were not met and the gathering could not be called an official meeting. ASCC President Eduardo De La Rosa saw this meeting as a way “to... Read more »

ASCC Senate approves budget proposal

Armando Jacobo, Online Editor
May 14, 2015
Filed under News, Student Government

After weeks of facilitating debate, a new budget proposal for the 2014-2015 academic year has been passed. A reoccurring issue in the preliminary stages of the budget proposal was cuts in the athletic department. The original intentions were to cut $19,314 toward athletic footwear funding and establishing... Read more »

Dean of student affairs addresses student concerns

Sebastian Echeverry
May 12, 2015
Filed under News, Student Government

Dean of student services, Dr. Gilbert Contreras, was a popular talking point for some ASCC senators that attended the joint meeting between the Associated Students of Cerritos College and the Board of Trustees. Comments like "micromanagement," voting persuasion and taking control of agenda items were made ... Read more »

ASCC budget discussion continues

Armando Jacobo
May 12, 2015
Filed under News, Student Government

The ASCC Senate has called a special meeting today at 2 p.m. in BK111 to finish discussing the budget proposal set forth by the budget committee. The meeting is special because its last meeting was supposed to be last week. Among one of the many subjects of discussion was the administrative secretary p... Read more »

Uphill battle won for Nino

Lauren Torres
May 12, 2015
Filed under News, Student Government

Student government was dealt an unexpected and sudden blow when Vice President Charles Caguioa resigned in the middle of his term in Feb. Chosen by current ASCC President Miles Aiello and approved by a majority of ASCC Senate, Joe Nino answered the call of duty and jumped into the role of vice president... Read more »

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