Governing Board Overview for Sep. 11 meeting:
Sep13

Governing Board Overview for Sep. 11 meeting:

Palomar’s Governing Board meeting on Sept. 11 featured a mish-mash of good news and hopeful projections alongside evidence of deep faculty/administration divisions. Numerous faculty, staff and outside members of the college community addressed the Board during public comment on various matters. Ranging from awards for Superintendent Joi Lin Blake and the college itself, to concerns and frustrations regarding campus culture. After...

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Palomar College Governing Board approves new contract for Superintendent Joi Lin Blake
Sep10

Palomar College Governing Board approves new contract for Superintendent Joi Lin Blake

The Palomar College Governing Board recently approved an amended contract for Superintendent Joi Lin Blake that has raised her base salary by $62,027 from her original contract. The amendment was approved at the July 10 Governing Board meeting during closed session, it was passed by a 4-to-1 vote. Nina Deerfield was the only board member to vote no. Student Trustee Amber Bancroft, who gave an advisory vote, also voted no to the...

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ASG candidates for president look to help shape the future of the Palomar community: Amber Bancroft
Apr19

ASG candidates for president look to help shape the future of the Palomar community: Amber Bancroft

Having enrolled in a full class load and drafted a new constitution for the Associated Student Government, ASG Vice President, Amber Bancroft, has set her eyes on the position of president. “I believe the number one role of ASG is student advocacy,” Bancroft said. “And making sure that every single student gets the right to an education and sees representation of themselves in their classes.” As Vice President, Bancroft ensures that...

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ASG candidates for president look to help shape the future of the Palomar community: Edy Saucedo
Apr19

ASG candidates for president look to help shape the future of the Palomar community: Edy Saucedo

ASG presidential candidate looks to foster increased interaction with students of the Palomar community. Edy Saucedo has been with the Associated Student Government since late August of last year. In his time there, he has remained a delegate, and has taken a position on the committee for Campus Wide Activities. He hopes to bring to the position of ASG president, a greater appreciation for direct student interaction, and better...

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Student Government election week has arrived, what you need to know:
Apr19

Student Government election week has arrived, what you need to know:

Palomar’s Associated Student Government (ASG) will be holding its annual election this week, however, there are numerous features that make set this one apart from elections in years prior. This will be the first election in years that there are numerous contested positions. There will also be a new constitution on the ballot, that will create seven new executive positions to delegate duties out to board members more efficiently,...

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Candidates run for ASG executive VP position
Apr19

Candidates run for ASG executive VP position

As students get ready to vote for their new ASG executive board, it is important to know about not just your potential president, but vice president as well. The vice presidential election this year contains two candidates competing to advocate student voices and make positive changes on campus. Angela Smith, is one of the students running for vice president of ASG this year. Smith is a Political Science major, with this being her...

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