Student Government

New voting process accompanies student government elections

Elections for student government begin at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 28 at the Campus Center (ED 170). Students can also go online at OrgSync.com to cast their votes. Voting ends at 8 p.m. Nov. 29. The Associated Students of Citrus College currently have 13 applicants for the seven senator seats for student government. Yachi Rivas is…

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Mobile Food Pantry Serves Citrus Community

Thanks to ASCC funding, Citrus College students had the opportunity to take advantage of a mobile food truck. Maryanne Tolano-Leveque, dean of students, said that this started to help homeless students and then she realized that food insecurity is one of the issues for students. “Maybe (students) do have a home, but paying for food…

Showcase fund request approved, with conflict

Citrus College art students will receive funding for a portfolio workshop where they can display their work to four-year colleges. The funding did not come without a fight, however. Over three meetings, a request for $251 to the ASCC student senate was rejected, revived, negotiated down and ultimately passed for the original amount. The initial…

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Citrus student body president challenged with impeachment

The Associated Students of Citrus College executive board president withstood an impeachment challenge at the May 3 board meeting. The resolution to impeach Cameron Wisdom failed 8-4, four votes shy of the two-thirds majority needed to pass. The issues brought against the president were due to concern for his lack of support for the rest…