ASF Minutes

The Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum met in the ASF Conference Room Wednesday, Oct. 7, to review election results, announce the Homecoming court, and reiterate plans for the Homecoming.

Election Run-off

Following a second run-off for Freshman Representative, Rattana Kim was introduced as this year’s newly-elected representative after receiving a majority of the votes.

Scary Farm

A limited number of tickets for Knott’s Scary Farm are available at the University Bookshoppe. Tickets for Oct. 16 and 25 will be sold for $18 each, and those for Oct. 28 will be available for $15 each. Availability is restricted to 30 tickets for each date, and purchases are limited to two per person.

Court Announced

Ten candidates, five men and five women, have been elected as finalists for the Homecoming court. Seniors Lynsey Best, Tamar Garabedian, Amber Prince, Cecilia Torres and Desiree Yoro are candidates for queen; and seniors Ryan Allen, Mohammed Ghonim, Chris Perez, Kevin Walker and Ordell Williams, king candidates.

The court will be presented to the University Monday, Oct. 19, at Illumination.

–Araceli Esparza

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