The American River Current

Unofficial results show 176 students vote in ASB elections

ASB candidates Alejandra Gilbert and Valencia Scott discuss ASB visibility, mental health awareness, and leadership at ARC during the candidate forum on April 6. All candidates in the election ran unopposed. (Photo by Sharriyona Platt)

Robert Hansen

April 19, 2016

The $15,000 spent on Rock the Vote yielded 176 votes from nearly 30,000 students in the American River College Associated Student Body elections, according to the Center for Leadership and Development (CL&D) unofficial results. That voter turnout comes to an average cost of around $85 per vote...

ASB Notebook: Various funding allocation discussed at recent meetings

Senate President David Hylton II and Director of Legislative Affairs Laurie Jones listen to board discussion at the March 15 Student Senate meeting. Funds for students attending NCORE were a major discussion at the meeting. (Photo by Robert Hansen)

Robert Hansen

March 29, 2016

A bill allocating funds for students to attend NCORE, a race and equality conference held in San Francisco, was again sent back to be revised to lower the amount at a Mar. 15 Associated Student Body (ASB) Student Senate meeting. Both the Sociology club and Progressive Democrats club hope to use the money to s...

Hylton refutes student’s comments, high spending bills passed at Senate meeting

Senate President David Hylton II listnes to board discussion at the American River College Student Senate meeting Thursday. Hylton refuted comments from a student claiming that Hylton didn't address concerns regarding proposed Sacramento Regional Transit fare increases the student had. (Photo by Robert Hansen)

Robert Hansen

March 11, 2016

American River College’s Associated Student Body Student Senate President David Hylton II refuted comments regarding his refusal to help oppose the Regional Transit fare increase at Thursday’s meeting. Asher Bedingfield, an ARC student, claimed that he had previously seeked help from Hylton to ...

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