We all know that Solano has a reputation for cancelling classes due to low enrollment, which usually causes students to feel resentment or frustration towards the administration. But at least one good thing has come from this during the summer: a unique mural in the new Adjunct Support Center.
A possible bill in California legislature requires that governing boards of each CSU, UC, and community college campus "adopt and implement written procedures or protocols to ensure that students, faculty, and staff who are victims of sexual assault on the grounds or facilities of their institutions receive treatment and information, including a description of on-campus and off-campus resources," according to SB-967.
ASSC voice opinions, air thoughts, and say goodbye to two members during November meeting Two members of student government resigned from their positions Tuesday, Nov. 18 during their weekly meeting. Nicolas Battiste, who served as the Career and Technical services representative, stepped down citing personal reasons, including issues with the leadership of Associated Students of Solano College student government.
Prison correspondence courses approved, but could risk accreditation Don't worry, you won't be seeing any striped jumpsuits on campus. Solano College has finally approved a proposal from the California State Prison that will create distance education correspondence courses available to inmates at the California State Prison located in Vacaville.
Eighteen-year-old Solano student Rodney Harrison II hopes to be adding a new title to his already extensive resume this fall: mayor of Vacaville. Harrison has put in his bid for mayor, with the election date set for Nov. 4. Despite his age, Harrison is hopeful that the public will see him as a fair candidate.
SCC student Amanda Lamb, communications major, led Solano at the Phi Rho Pi National Championship forensics tournament for speech and debate in Colorado, becoming national champion in Persuasive Speaking with a gold medal speech on the re-homing of adopted children, and a silver medal in informative speaking with a speech on circumventive organs.