Members also discuss SACtacular, Scare Fair and Flex 2 classes.
By Gabriela Rodriguez
The Alamo Colleges Foundation Board has elected a student member for the first time in this college’s history.
Each campus submitted a student to be interviewed for the position, said psychology sophomore and Student Government Association President Harley Williams at the SGA’s Oct. 19 meeting.
The board elected math sophomore Reyna Velasquez from this college as a member and nursing freshmen Jennifer Dominguez from Northwest Vista College as an alternate.
The foundation board decided to include a student member after last school’s year election of Jacob Wong, now a psychology graduate, to the board of trustees.
The foundation board’s first meeting of the semester was Oct. 22 in Koehler House.
Williams encouraged SGA members to attend and spread the word about SACtacular, which will now take place 5-10:30 p.m. Nov. 6 in the mall.
All events such as sumo wrestling, a henna tattoo booth and others will be free with the exception of food vendors. SACtacular is open to all ages, Williams said.
She also promoted Scare Fair, which will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 29 in the mall.
Halloween costumes are encouraged at the event, which will include karaoke, a disc jockey and a raffle for gift baskets. The winners for best costume will receive Beats headphones.
Members also discussed how Flex 2 classes started Oct. 19, swelling the number of students on campus and filling parking lots.
The next SGA meeting will be noon-1 p.m. Nov. 2 in the craft room of Loftin Student Center.
For more information, call Williams at 210-502-8274.