By Brittany Lieberman / Co-News Editor

Monday’s Nov. 4 Associated Student Body Cabinet meeting addressed official Winter intersession registration dates and prices, the Homecoming football game and the LBCC Mini Grand Prix details.
Rep. of the Arts and Homecoming Committee Chair Jalisa Garcia said all candidates for the Homecoming football game Saturday, Nov. 16 have been submitted.

Homecoming queen candidates include Danielle Fudim of KCTY, Elisa Castillo of Athena, Tori Ann Lerch of ISIS, Amanda Calder of TNT and Rashi Doster. Homecoming King candidates include Rodrigo Perez of Thor, Raul Padilla of Aztlan and Jorge Reyes of Tong.

Currently enrolled students who have paid for the college services card may vote online until 10 p.m. Nov. 14. Also, electronic voting booths will be at the LAC Thursday, Nov. 14 from 5-6 p.m.
ASB adviser Maya Cardenas said the annual Mini Grand Prix “doesn’t yet have any students or clubs who want to take lead of the event,” but she welcomes volunteers. She also said the search for a Spring Sing location is underway. Students and clubs may contact Cardenas mcardenas@lbcc.edu.

ASB President Marco Mendoza spoke on key points of a letter from LBCC President Eloy Oakley to the Cabinet. “The Winter intersession schedule will be released Monday, Nov. 18. It will cost residents $225, non-residents $265 and government waiver students $90 per unit,” Mendoza said.

Student Trustee Andrea Donado mentioned the possibility of free online textbooks, saying, “The vice president of academic affairs seems interested. I went to two of the Board members with this idea and have a meeting set with Board member Roberto Uranga in the future to discuss this.”

Rep. of LAC Cultural Affairs Lauren Christine Ho said 70-80 volunteers are needed for a Thanksgiving food and supplies drive at the United Church on Wednesday, Nov. 27. Anyone interested may email egalitaria.lbcc@gmail.com.