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Student leaders engage — General Assembly convenes to suggest legislation

Kaily Sanders

May 22, 2014

Nine Associated Students Government (ASG) representatives traveled to Los Angeles on May 2 to attend the Student Senate for California Community Colleges (SSCCC) General Assembly to advocate for students’ rights.The bi-annual assembly allows students to bring attention to and vote on issues that are important to their college. This year, students considered more than 20 reso...

New website tracks Prop. 30 spending

Essence Mcconnell

May 2, 2014

Ever wonder where your tax dollars go? California Controller John Chiang approved a new website earlier this month that allows the public to keep track of the money generated by Proposition 30. This new website, trackprop30.ca.gov, allows its viewers to track where every dollar raised for education is being allocated, how and why it will be spent, and whether or not they mon...

City set to share music and poetry for May Day

City set to share music and poetry for May Day

Christopher Handloser

April 28, 2014

The first of May is observed by many as an international worker’s holiday, often coupled with parades and celebrations in several cultures. For City...

Students can register to vote online now

Students can register to vote online now

Christopher Handloser

January 30, 2014

Things students can do in five minutes: Send a Snapchat, call their mom and now, register to vote.City College’s student leaders launched a website Jan....

Michael Roderick officially elected ASG Vice President

Aiesha Harrison

October 31, 2013

City College held a new election for the office of Associated Student Government (ASG) vice president. Almost 300 students voted Oct. 21 and 22 online and in person. Michael Roderick, running unopposed, received around 250 votes to authenticate the win. Roderick, who’s been serving in an interim role for the last nine weeks, will now officially serve out the remaind...

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