ASG in Review: Oct. 25, 2021

Sean Moran, Staff Writer

The Associated Student Government holds bi-weekly Monday meetings from 3-4:30 p.m. via Zoom. At these meetings, students are encouraged to connect with their representatives and raise concerns.

The ASG board held their most recent meeting on Oct. 25.

New Business

The board voted to approve SCC’s Football Club. The Football Club is dedicated to connecting international and local students who have a passion or interest in American football. Club members will meet in person to learn about sport etiquette and participate in football-related activities such as pick-up games.

Club founder Pak Cheung seeks to unite students who have a shared desire to get outside and stay active. Cheung also aims to help international students build relationships at SCC to strengthen English communication skills while spreading a love of football.

Virtual events will take place via Zoom, offerin​​g remote students a chance to participate. Online events will largely consist of game day watch parties that will encourage dialogue about the mechanics of the sport and how to play it.

Mini Grants

Women’s basketball head coach Rodney Walker requested $1,000 to purchase a subscription to Synergy Sports, a sports media production company that provides “unrivaled end-to-end service covering the capture, production, analysis, distribution and commercialization of sports content.”

According to Coach Walker, Synergy Sports will allow SCC athletics to break down game footage, boost recruitment capabilities and assist SCC student athletes in their pursuit of an athletic career.

The board unanimously approved the $1,000 mini grant request.