ASF Forum elected

by Jody P. Bethel
Staff Writer

Elections for the Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum were held on Thursday, April 24 and winners were notified on Tuesday, April 30.

The new 1997-98 ASF president, running unopposed, is junior Dan Lougheed. The vice president, with two candidates running went to junior Elizabeth Contreras.

With 10 candidates running and all 10 candidates elected, the new Forum members are: sophomores Amy Attiyah, John Keller, Amber Price, juniors Andrew Bills, Tamara Loyd, Julie McDougall, freshmen Janet Perez, Liz Rodarte, Jessica Tejeda and Diana Verduzco.

The General Service Award recipient, presented to an outstanding senior who has given service to at least five areas of campus life will be announced at Academic Awards Night on Tuesday.

Several constitutional changes made were:

  • Issues dealing with the AAIC building.
  • Alternates to the Forum.
  • Grammar and cosmetic changes between the by-laws and the constitution.

All of the changes had been voted on three years prior to this, but had not yet been removed from the constitution.

An addition to the constitution was the implementation of the Financial Review Board, that had not yet been added but is in process.

The Forum met for the last time Wednesday. Meetings will resume next school year.

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