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Campuzano out and Sweeten in as former executive resigns ASI position

The first official Associated Students Inc. (ASI) senate meeting of the semester established yet another change within the executive members.

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ASI elects new execs, revises code of conduct

In the wake of the resignation of ASI President Mackee Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores, Associated Students, Inc., elected new executives to those positions Wednesday, Oct. 15. The senators also voted on amendments to the code of conduct. ...

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EDITORIAL: Mason’s, Flores’ resignations the right decision for students

AT A SPECIAL MEETING ANNOUNCED late Monday afternoon, the ASI Senate convened and announced the resignations of President Mackee M. Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores.

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ASI executives resign

ASI President Mackee Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores resigned from office Monday, Oct. 6. Letters from the executives were read at a special ASI meeting held Tuesday evening. [display_podcast]

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Mason, Flores resign from office

ASI President Mackee M. Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores resigned from office Monday Oct. 6.

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ASI speaks, students call for action

Wednesday’s Associated Students, Incorporated, senate meeting saw discussion about the recent probation of President Mackee Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores. Dr. Paul Oliaro made a statement on behalf of the university, and students voiced their opinions on the ...

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Editorial: Time for Mason, Flores to speak

THE SEPT. 17 ISSUE OF THE COLLEGIAN FEATURED in its top story the admissions of Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Mackee M. Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores to allowing underage students to drink in their hotel while on a retreat for ASI.

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Two ASI execs on probation

Two of ASI’s executives have admitted to allowing underage drinking at the ASI leadership retreat in July.

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