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ASB hopes to increase student body participation through transparency meetings

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief In an effort to gain more feedback from students, ASB held its first transparency meeting on Jan. 30 during lunch at the Jon Cherney Lecture Hall. While the ASB class is an open forum, where any student can walk in and participate in ASB’s discussions, this meeting was planned in the hopes […]

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ASB amends by-laws in hopes of more ‘efficient’ class

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief Two new amendments to the Associated Student Body (ASB) Constitution were approved Wednesday, Nov. 29. The first reduces the number of elected officials per class from five to four, while the second changes commissioner positions from year-long to semester-long. Commissioner positions, which are currently selected by blind application at the beginning of […]

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Editorial: We must expect more from ASB

There is no doubt that student government is supposed to play an important role in a school. A strong student government is associated with contagious school spirit and an unwavering protection of students’ interests and rights. Yet our student government has let its potential fall by the wayside in favor of uninspired party planning of […]

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