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ASG Still Dedicated to Serving Students During COVID-19 Pandemic

ASG logo courtesy of FCC website

Story By: Julie Chavez, News Editor

September 28, 2020

Despite this semester being Fresno City College’s Associated Student Government’s first time being run virtually, ASG is still working hard, according to campus officials.  Prior to the campus closure in March, ASG was operating very well, according to Ernie Martinez, Director of Student Activities...

The Fight For Fax

The ASB card's status as a free FAX bus pass, one of its most popular benefits, will be suspended at the conclusion of the 2020 spring semester. The pass was previously funded through the parking maintenance budget which also funded the construction of the solar panels in the remodeled parking lots.

Story By: Hannah Lanier and Janine Tate

February 12, 2020

Yonas Paulos came into the Rampage newsroom the second week of the spring 2020 semester on behalf of his disabled step-son, Joshua Rodriguez, who is a welding student at Fresno City College in distress over the upcoming suspension of the free bus pass program. “Have you guys gotten to the bottom of it?...

New VP Works to Propel ASG Forward

ASG Vice President Armando Garcia, Right, points to clarify to President DeRon Walker, left, at their weekly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019 in the FCC Senate Chambers.

Story By: Leilani Bustos, Reporter

October 23, 2019

The recently appointed Associated Student Government Vice President proved he was taking his position seriously in the organization’s weekly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. “My role is to do any work delegated to me by the president — train the senators, I am the disciplinary of the office,”...

ASG President Deron Walker: Voice of the Students

DeRon Walker, right, is the new ASG president. Here he is at a meeting to discuss the need for all gender bathrooms on campus, on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019.

Story By: Kris Hall, Reporter

September 11, 2019

DeRon Walker, 29, is a busy man, juggling his job, Associated Student Government presidency and responsibilities as a husband and father, all while staying on top of his classes. "I never get sleep" he said, only half-joking. "Really it's about managing your time. Study your syllabuses, make su...

Following a Tumultuous History ASG Hopes to End on Positive Note

The Associated Student Government hopes to end the semester on a positive note after two tumultuous ASG presidencies. Marisol Valdivia, third from left, was defeated by DeRon Walker in the ASG election.

Story By: Hannah Lanier, Reporter

May 9, 2019

ASG has been in the spotlight for the past year, and the current team have made great efforts to defy the labels that have been placed on the association. Through the presidential position being turned into a game of musical chairs to being understaffed. The ASG has faced every obstacle head on as a...

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