Elections, environment and health

Student elections only online

This year the Associated Student Government will be holding elections only online. Voting will be held April 28- May 2 around the clock.

The Office of Student Affairs will announce the applicants who are eligible to campaign April 8 at 3:30 p.m. An election forum will be held for the student body to meet their candidates April 16.

– Nailah Edmondson

Earth Day Fair food and fun for all

City College will play host to a fair that will help students celebrate and appreciate the earth.

The Environmental Stewardship Committee will be holding an Earth Day Fair on April 24. The fair will include music, dancing, fun, food and facts. So whether you are a music, food or earth lover, this fair will have something for you.

The fair will provide information on environmental sustainability as well as fun games with prizes for the winners.

The fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gorton Quad. Admission is free, so bring as many friends as you can rally.

For more information you may visit the school website: www.sdcity.edu/events.asp

You may also e-mail Karon Klipple with any questions or concerns at [email protected]

– Kristina Long

Health and Safety Fair April 16

San Diego Community College Campus Police will host this year’s Health and Safety Fair Wed. April 16 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Gorton Quad located in front of the cafeteria.

The event will include free health exams and a blood drive, as well as a presentation on HIV, AIDS awareness and protection given by Professor Ellen Turkel and the women’s health class.

Other services that will be available include, blood pressure readings from the nursing program and booths attended to by organizations such as MADD and The American Heart Association where attendees can gather information on health services.

– Evonne Ermey

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