ASBC NEWSASBC gears up for `Meet Your Professor Day’

Terrie Bracamonte

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The Associated Students of Bakersfield College are kicking off the new fall semester with a friendly welcome. We will be having a weekly “brown bag lunch” in the Executive Board Room and we’d like to extend an invitation to all students, professors and staff to come and join us in an informal setting for networking at lunch time. This is your opportunity to meet new people. The times and dates will be posted around campus soon.

For the new year, the ASBC student government posi-tions are being held by the following people: Sumeet Batth, president; Terrie Bracamonte, vice president of communication; Paul Bench, vice president activities; Kevin Calvin, trustee liaison; Brian Feaster, vice president of legislation; Omid Sharbati, vice president of finance; and Christopher Smith, chief justice.

The ASBC congratulates and welcomes our new senators and associate justices. Our new senators include: Valorie Harvey, environmental; Christine Stronach, staff relations; Chelsea Stewart, student relations; Sergio Alvarez, publicity; Melissa Bell, student center; Joshua Andrews, athletics; and Jill Humphrey, activities. Our new associate justices are Melissa Errecalde and Kathy Aleman.

There are still some senator positions and one associate justice position open until Friday, Sept. 28. Applications are available in the Student Activities Office.

In the first week of September we had “club week” for the students who want to get involved in the various organizations on campus.

We have more than 17 active clubs on campus this year. If you missed the opportunity to gather information on the various clubs, stop by the Student Activities office for information to join.

ASBC is excited to announce a new event called “Meet Your Professor Day.” It’s open to all students, professors and staff. It will be held on Tuesday, from noon to 3 p.m. in the Fireside Room. We believe this will be a fabulous opportunity to put names and faces together, to encourage positive interaction in an informal setting and to enable students to talk with many of the professors on campus.

ASBC stickers are on sale for $15 in the Business Office. FYI, with your sticker, you can now pick up all 10 of your football tickets that are valued at $60. With that, you’ll receive four times your return immediately and there are more than 60 additional discounts available for the holders of the ASBC sticker. If you don’t have your ASBC sticker, the Renegade season football tickets are available in the ticket office for $6 per ticket.

— Terrie Bracamonte is the ASBC vice president of communications

25 “Meet Your Professor Day,” Fireside Room, noon-3 p.m.
1 Allied Health Division, Vocational Nursing Program’s “Open House,” 2:30-4:30 p.m.
3-20 Shakespeare Festival, Outdoor Theater, Wed.- Sat., 8 p.m.

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