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Candidates Compete for Votes – ASA Student Government Debates

ASA students will have the opportunity to vote for their leader from Friday the 13th to Tuesday the 17th. Before casting their votes for student government president, our students can attend a debate that will give both candidates – Charlesworth Mabheka and Jenny Catherin Corrales Moreno – a chance to win the support of undecided voters. The candidates are very excited for the opportunity to share their visions for ASA College, and explain why they will best serve the needs of ASA students. The debate will occur from 3pm to 4pm on Thursday, December 12th in room 710/711.

 

 

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Gallery: ASA Division of Legal Studies kicked off its Program Advisory Committee meetings

Gallery: ASA Division of Legal Studies kicked off its Program Advisory Committee meetings   Last Wednesday ASA Division of Legal Studies kicked off its Program Advisory Committee meetings. These meetings are multipurpose and will help us be future-oriented. The assembled participants discussed developing, evaluating, maintaining, and improving both programs – Criminal Justice and Paralegal Studies – within Legal Studies to better support our student population, current, future and, alumni. Seny Taveras, Chairperson of ASA Division of Legal Studies says, “We...

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Classes are Suspended Due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Attention, students from all campuses! On Monday, 01/20, classes are suspended due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, 01/21. Enjoy the holiday and take this opportunity to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr. Day and how he shaped our history.  

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Professor Green Returns to Legal Studies Department

Professor Green Returns to Legal Studies Department   Returning professor Candi Green Esq. was excited to take part in this interview because she believes it is important that future students have the opportunity to learn about their professors. She shared her thoughts and experiences with us on topics that ranged from her journey and motivation to enter the legal profession, to the types of real-world advice she can offer students during her class discussions. After our conversation it was clear...