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ASO Open Mic Night

Despite a low student turnout, the recent Open Mic event sponsored by the Associated Students Organization had those who did attend nearly falling out of their seats. With its "paint your own theme" theme, the night began a bit haphazardly, as hosts going by the aliases Stylus and Mathematic goaded audience members into working up the courage to share anything with the crowd.

ASO candidates announced

The spring elections for positions in the Associated Students Organization have been scheduled for April 14 and 15, with a debate forum scheduled for April 8. The official list of candidates was released early last week. There are four candidates for the position of president: Skyler Grant, Sallay Manah, Christian Marfil and Adam Wade.

Getting on the ticket

The spring election is just around the corner and the Associated Student Organization is excited about what some are calling an "incredibly contested" upcoming election. With the release of the official list of students running for office yesterday, the ASO is gearing up for what it expects to be a busier campaigning season than last year, leading into elections somewhere between late March and early April.

New smoking campaign at Pierce: Pro

Many smokers are brooding about the new smoking regulations being put into effect this semester. Some non-smokers are complaining the lack of sternness exercised by the new regulation makes it no more than an elaborate "please." Look at the bright side of it all though; now, everyone knows where it's okay to smoke and where it may bother someone.

New smoking policy might rock our socks

Many smokers are brooding about the new smoking regulations being put into effect this semester. Some non-smokers are complaining that the lack of sternness exercised by the new regulation makes it no more than an elaborate "please." Look at the bright side of it all, though; now, everyone knows where it's alright to smoke and where it may bother someone.

Racial profiling investigation of Sheriff’s at Trade Tech

An investigation report relating to allegations of racial profiling at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College (LATTC) was released in January, stating that the "saturation patrol" used by L.A. County Sheriff's deputies on Oct. 17, 2007, was indeed a form of discrimination.

Profiling leaves black mark on record

An investigation report relating to allegations of racial profiling at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College (LATTC) was released in January, stating that the "saturation patrol" used by L.A. County Sheriff's deputies on Oct. 17, 2007, was indeed a form of discrimination.

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