Tag Archives: Arthur Montejano

The powers of the ASI president

  Elections for the Associated Students Inc. (ASI) offices are in full swing. Like all ASI offices, the president must be a person dedicated to student advocacy.

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Fun and involvement during I <3 Fresno State week

For the first time, student organizations on campus have come together for I <3 Fresno State Week—the celebration of all things Fresno State.

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Change: An Occasional Series – Arthur Montejano

Newly elected as the next ASI president, Arthur Montejano sat down with Sergio Robles to chat about his time at Fresno State, activities he is involved in, and the type of communication he’d like with students when his term begins.

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Montejano to take office June 1

After results were announced just before spring break, Associated Students, Inc. welcomed three new executives and 14 senators on June 1. Arthur Montejano, a master’s student in the Kinesiology Department, was elected president with 620 votes, beating out Daniel Harrison and write-in candidate Jose Nava.

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ASI elections begin on Tuesday

ASI elections will begin on Tuesday. Get the scoop on each candidate by watching The Collegian's interviews.

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ASI elections: Arthur Montejano

Associated Students, Inc. presidential candidate Arthur Montejano describes himself as a coach and a mentor. “I like showing people things that they didn’t know were possible for them to do,” Montejano said.

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Who should you vote for?

Arthur Montejano and Daniel Harrison make their case to the students

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2012 Associated Students, Inc. Presidential Interviews

The Collegian's Opinion Editor Tony Petersen sits down with the ASI Presidential candidates for 2012.

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WAG Pack to help new students navigate campus

It’s inevitable. This week, a student will walk into an anthropology classroom expecting biology, another will be running around to find the closest bathroom, and someone else will try to find the Office of Parking and Transportation to contest their fresh parking ticket. In any scenario, take a deep breath and keep an eye out for the “Wag Pack” representatives, experienced students who welcome students and direct them to where they need to go.

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