ASCC Cabinet starts scavenger hunt

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ASCC President Oscar Franco tells the importance to participate in a scavenger hunt for the ASCC to get to know the campus.

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“We are planning to update the (Cerritos.edu) with club information and e-mail accounts.

“We want to update club information on the Cerritos site with page links to club sites, club roster, and where and when clubs meet.”

These are the words that Oscar Franco, ASCC president, spoke at the meeting.

The ASCC Cabinet meeting was focused on helping itself first to be able to provide more to those who need assistance.

Holly Bogdanovich, director of Student Activities, had the same focus as Franco when she introduced the scavenger hunt, which is part of helping students help other students.

“The scavenger hunt is a way to get to know our campus a more, talk with different departments.”

“Get out there and go to areas you might not otherwise know and introduce yourself and look for answers with people and to get to meet new people and to get to new areas to see what they offer.”

Advising both the students and their peers on campus was part of what the cabinet is interested in doing by introducing upcoming events that aren’t only just fun, but essential events that can help benefits students with better opportunities.

The events that can benefit students are those that students could be looking for.

One of these events is the job fair that will be held Oct. 6 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the quad area.

Another of these events is the being the University Mega Fair on Oct. 14 during the day and evening in the quad area as well, where you can ask questions about the universities majors and transfer information and more.

The ASCC also plans to involve itself with the Campus superiors by inviting people such as Cerritos College President Linda Lacy and Faculty Senate President Debra Moore to some of its meetings with the Senate.

Bogdanovich also advised at the meeting about people leaving their backpacks and personal belongings unattended even if they may seem secure, due to recent thefts on campus.

Other than this, the cabinet is focused on the announcing that the ICC meeting will be held on the Oct. 1.

Also, for those clubs that still seek to get a float, the 20 that were available are now all gone.

For the women who running for Homecoming, they are reminded that their photos will need to be taken.

Homecoming Court Elections will be held Oct. 7 and 8 at 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Food Court patio, Social Science patio, and Health Science pathway.

In the closing announcements, the weekend pre-game reception being held on Oct. 3 will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Student Center.

Also, the cabinet is reaching out to students to help contribute some type of donation such as food or clothe to victims of the Typhoon Ketsana, which hit the Philippines on Oct. 27.

The Pilipino Club will be setting up donation boxes at the Student Center, or you can provide these donations to the Pilipino Club as well.