Tag: ASRCC Supreme Court

ASRCC prospects answer students’ questions

By Daniel Hernandez The Associated Students of Riverside City College hosted a virtual town hall that gave students an opportunity to question the candidates running in a special election. The ASRCC Supreme Court decided to hold a special election after the initial election May 12-13 failed to gather the minimum 100 votes required by ASRCC’s

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Associated Students of Riverside City College to hold special election

By Leo Cabral The Associated Students of Riverside City College Supreme Court decided to hold a special election for president and vice president starting with an open forum May 24 from 12-1 p.m. The public forum will take place over Zoom and Instagram Live. According to its bylaws, a special election is necessary because not

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ASRCC president resigns, vice president steps up

Correction: In a previous version of this story, we referred to the ASRCC vice president as Shauna Kimm and the former ASRCC president as Angel Conteras. The story has been updated with their correct last names, Kim and Contreras. By Chloe Hunter The head of student government at Riverside City College has resigned after only

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ASRCC discusses open forum, elections

The Associated Students of Riverside City College Supreme Court held its first meeting of the spring semester Feb. 25 in the Student Government Building.
During the 30 minute meeting, the court discussed some of the upcoming events for the semester such as the Student Trustee election, a Programs for Success open forum, and the ASRCC Student Government elections.

ASRCC Supreme Court to hold open forum, Student Trustee, ASRCC elections

The Associated Students of Riverside City College Supreme Court held its first meeting of the spring semester Feb. 25 at 1 p.m. in the Student Government Building.

During the 30 minute meeting, the court discussed some of the upcoming events for the semester such as the Student Trustee election, a Programs for Success open forum, and the ASRCC Student Government elections.

Panel of experts talk transferring, scholarships

Among the buzzing of conversations of students in the Riverside City College cafeteria, college representatives answered questions about transferring to four-year universities, scholarships and counseling.