At Thursday’s ICC meeting, upcoming fundraising events for the students and clubs were touched upon. Some of the upcoming events are Earth Day, Spirit Day, Art Day and the Food Drive.
They also discussed senate legislation and whether or not to recommend that ASCC President Miles Aiello and Vice President Charles Caguioa resign from their student affairs assistant position.
Inside of ASCC Senate meetings, there is one phrase that is thrown around a lot: "for the students." Each and every senator claims to be for the students, 500 per senator to be exact. However, it is hard to believe the commitment of some members of Senate to the students when they appear to just want... Read more »
Update: Jan. 13 2:20 p.m., Dr. Lucinda Aborn, dean of the disabled students program and services, responded to our interview. Students are left without the use of the elevator in the Social Science building Tuesday Jan. 13. The DSPS found out it was broken on Monday morning. They are also in regul... Read more »
The official posting of the election results came after the polls closed at 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 24. With the total votes counted, the winners of the ASCC president and vice-president positions for the new academic year were announced. Vice-president-elect, Caguioa, responded on his Facebook... Read more »
Talon Marks presented the 2014 Presidential and Trustee debate forum on April 10. The candidates debated on issues concerning Cerritos College. Presidential and Trustee candidates were asked questions from the moderators, as well as questions from the public and Twitter. Students will be able to... Read more »
Speakers Dan Sanger and Rich Hines talked about the Affordable Care Act for both Faculty and Students.
ASCC President Felipe Grimaldo is putting together a Writing Campaign, in which he will be collecting signatures for a petition to send to local legislators requesting for Cerritos College to be alleviated from the Full-time Faculty Obligation (FTO) until the school's budget is healthy again. Director of Public... Read more »
Déjà vu should be felt among anyone who remembers the "hiring freeze" that we were struck with in 2008. Gov. Jerryy Brown's icy orders on Feb. 15 were reminicsent of former governer Arnold Schwarzenegger's Mr. Freeze-like behavior nearly three years ago. According to the dictionary, it m... Read more »
Déjà vu should be felt amongst everyone who remembers the hiring freeze that we were struck with in 2007. It is another ridiculous hiring freeze that is unnecessary and should be reconsidered. This hiring freeze will create chaos amongst everyone who will be contempla... Read more »