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Quiz: How much do you know about voting in A.S. elections?

Learn how the Associated Students election ballot works and take a quiz to test your knowledge.

Ruby Larson and Julia Maldonado

April 11, 2018

Voting in Associated Students elections can be confusing. There are a few important steps that must be followed when filling out the ballot for this year's election.      Ruby Larson and Julia Maldonado can be reached at [email protected] or @theorion_news on Twitter. Powered by ...

Student government candidates adhere to campaign guidelines

This packet outlines what A.S. candidates can and can't do.

Kayla Fitzgerald

April 11, 2018

Each year, several students conduct a campaign when running for positions in the Associated Students elections. Students who choose to run in the elections must follow several campaign guidelines. General Regulations: Publicity: All of the publicity regulations correspond with Chico State's pu...

Vote to fund Chico State groups through revenue sharing

Alpha Delta Pi received the most amount of revenue sharing dollars last year, however the Gender and Sexuality Equity Center had the most amount of supporters with 219 voters giving the center money. This shows that many voters decided to split their funds between two or three organizations.

Alex Grant

April 9, 2018

The Associated Students election is coming up on April 18, but the candidates aren't the only thing students can vote on. One aspect of the A.S. ballot is revenue sharing which allows voters to choose how to spend $15 of their activity fee. This year student voters can choose from a list of 202 on-campus groups that include several clubs, organizations, fraternities and sororities. Accordi...

Associated Students election candidates make their cases for office

Orion reporters interviewed 16 out of the 18 A.S. candidates on Tuesday. Photo credit: Kate Angeles

Kelsi Sibert, Mathew Miranda, Lizzie Helmer, Grayson Boyer and Roberto Fonseca

April 6, 2018

The Associated Students election is on April 18 and several candidates are now campaigning for various positions. There are 18 official candidates running for 17 different positions. The Executive Vice President, Director of University Affairs, Commissioner of Student Organizations and Programs, College...

Student officers share advice on the election process

Photo credit: Alex Grant

Kelsi Sibert

February 13, 2018

The Associated Students election process begins early March and for those interested in getting involved there are multiple steps that potential candidates should take before election day. Nan Timmons, the assessment and special projects coordinator for A.S., advised students to come to an election...

Butte Station sells less than last year

Butte station is the place for students and faculty  to stop and grab a quick snack.

Christian Solis

October 6, 2017

Butte Station is selling less than the same time last year, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's doing bad.Comparing to similar stores in other CSU's, Butte Station is on average out-performing most of them according to Jamie Clyde, associative executive director for the A.S.What Clyde attributes to Bu...

AS seeking new vice president, officers

Kory Masen, former A.S. executive vice president. The Orion file photo.

Mozes Zarate

October 14, 2014

The Associated Students are seeking new leadership following turnover of four student board members, including the organization's second-in-command.As of Monday, the A.S. are in the process of interviewing candidates for the following Government Affairs Council positions: Executive Vice President, forme...

Clubs must pay AS banking fee for funds

Clubs must pay AS banking fee for funds

Christine Lee

March 4, 2014

Chico State is holding a campus club accountable for profits from selling lab manuals to students.   Omicron Theta Epsilon has been selling to students using a Wildcat Card reader since the university required them to in fall 2013. The club sells lab manuals in Holt Hall to students t...

Board approves new student senate

Board approves new student senate

Christine Lee

February 25, 2014

The Associated Students Government Affairs Committee voted unanimously Monday to approve a new senate council made up of student representatives from each college at Chico State. The representatives will be voted on by the student body. Their decision turned over to the A.S. Board of Directors, who also unanimously approved the change...

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