The new board members of Associated Students, Inc. took their oaths in Jack Adams Hall on Monday, after weeks of careful deliberation on how to address conflicts surrounding the election.
Jacqueline Foley, ASI’s official new president, is releasing a statement this week focusing on moving forward.
Walls that are usually home to hanging art pieces were temporarily bare, with only a large wooden studio desk and an unarranged photography backdrop taking up the open space at SF State’s Associated Students Inc. art gallery.
Located at the top of the Cesar Chavez
CORRECTION: In the print version of this article, the candidates' responses to questions 5-7 appeared under the wrong names. Shannon Deloso's responses appeared under Evan Gothelf's name and Gothelf's responses appeared under Deloso's name.
ASI elections for the Fall 2016 semester kicked off this week. Fifteen positions are
Midterms are overwhelming the masses, students are scrambling to pay rent and our student leaders in Associated Students Inc. are dropping like flies from their elected positions. Welcome to week seven of the fall semester at SF State.
It all started at the top of the
Another elected official of Associated Students Inc. Board of Directors cited personal reasons when she stepped down last week from her position as vice president of university affairs, marking the third resignation since the start of the semester.
Virginia McBride, former vice president of university affairs,
Today is the last day that Associated Students Inc. (ASI) will hold elections for students to approve the merger between the student government and the Cesar Chavez Student Center (CCSC).
While ASI and the Student Center Governing Board have already voted unanimously to approve the merger,
Associated Students Inc. (ASI) vice president of finance resigned Sept. 17, the second resignation of a student government official since the beginning of the semester.
Ramon Gonzalez, who was elected vice president of finance in May, resigned from ASI’s board of directors due to “personal reasons,”
Student organizations that apply for funds from Associated Students Inc. (ASI) this year for the second time will receive $500 less in funds to allocate resources for new student groups.
As part of the 2014-2015 ASI Budget, Vice President of Finance Ramon Gonzalez announced Sept. 6
The campus quad turned into a carnival yesterday afternoon as students leaped across a giant bounce house, tossed ping pong balls and competed in a human foosball tournament.
The 3rd Annual Kickoff, hosted by Associated Students Inc. (ASI), catapulted SF State into the new academic year
Associated Students, Inc. board member Sara Padash will now head the student government board following the resignation of former President Kenneth Collins. The board announced the change in presidency Aug. 27, one week after the start of the semester.
“Thank you all for having faith in
The official results of the 2014 Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors election are in, and Kenneth Collins will serve as the new ASI President.
“We are the voice of students,” said Collins. “If we’re not getting their voices, we’re not doing our job.”
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Kenneth Collins was announced as the new ASI president this morning, April 12.
In addition to the presidential position, another 18 positions were announced including vice presidential positions and other representatives at large.
The voting capped off a week filled with events where the candidates could present
Students got their first chance to interact with the Associated Students, Inc. presidential candidates during a debate in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Monday afternoon.
The candidates for ASI President and the four Vice Presidential positions presented their case for why students should give them their
Adan Torres, a freshman running for representative at large, signs the attendance sheet next to Jared LaBlue, a freshman running for representative at large, and Brian Banitaten, a freshman also running for representative at large at an ASI meeting meant to prep the candidates
The Associated Students Inc. hosted a town hall event Tuesday, Dec. 3 in the J. Paul Leonard Library in support of SF State President Leslie E. Wong's new strategic plan.
President Wong has worked on a new strategic plan — the goal, mission, and objective for improvement for the
With the merging of two student government bodies at SF State underway, questions about how they will maintain their current services have arisen.
The website for the Enhanced Student Auxiliary — the term for the merging project of the Associated Students, Inc. and the Cesar Chavez
This semester, SF State's Associated Students, Inc. and Cesar Chavez Student Center are consolidating to become a single enhanced student auxiliary.
The University’s goal to merge both auxiliaries would build SF State’s identity and give student government a stronger presence and impact on campus, according to