On Tuesday, February 24, the ASI Board of Directors had their weekly meeting to discuss the plans for the fall 2021 semester. Provost Kimberly Greer came to talk further and answer questions about what could be expected going into the semester.
Despite Stan State's transition to predominately virtual instruction and activities, many resources are still available to students in an online format. Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) hosted a “Taco 'Bout It” event via Zoom to showcase the virtual services being offered by Psychologi…
The goal of Stan State's Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is to keep students involved with the campus community, offer resources to support students, and to spread Warrior pride throughout our campus community. With the campus closure, these goals have become more important than ever.
ASI crowned it's homecoming court during Thursday nights 2020 Homecoming basketball game. Several members of Stan State's campus community joined in for the excitement, with many of them cheering for their respective participating sororities and fraternities.
A buzz of excitement ran through Stan State's campus on January 27, at 11 a.m. Students gathered around eagerly to witness the grand opening of the new Stan State Student Center.
Diana Avalos, ASI government coordinator and representative for Stanislaus State at the Cal State Student Association (CSSA), attends monthly meetings being the voice of students at the state, local and federal levels.
Last Wednesday, Stan State Faculty and Students witnessed a timed cooking competition known as the “chopped” cooking challenge. The contest took place at the quad near main dining.
With the new fall semester well underway, students are still voicing their concern on ASI’s budgeting, questioning where the funds from “yes on 10” are going towards.
On Wednesday, in downtown Turlock, Associated Students Inc. (ASI) held an afternoon event known as Warriors Explore Downtown, which allowed students to engage with local businesses and student club activities.
Many of Stanislaus State’s newest members have shown plenty of excitement upon learning about ASI’s Warrior Discounter program, an initiative that has been providing benefits for both students and faculty for several years now.