VP of Student Affairs and Pluralism, Sophia Trinh, talks about the ASG’s goals for the upcoming year and plans for her new role. When asked what some of the major priorities the ASG had for the upcoming year, Sophia responded that as a whole the ASG would love to get more BC students involved in student programs and along those lines to hold more events that gave students better understanding and access to what their ASG does on a daily basis. Sophia also hopes to start doing class visits in the upcoming year to promote student programs and to give students a chance to get to know their ASG and have open discussions. In her new role as VP of Student Affairs and Pluralism Sophia has plans to get more international students involved in campus activities and student programs, she hopes that through this the campus as a whole can learn about the different cultures that make up our school. Sophia was also excited to inform The Jibsheet that next year as VP of Student Affairs and Pluralism there will be a new partnership with BC’s OSLA, meaning they will be working together on student initiatives and budget issues. Overall there is a very bright future for Bellevue College especially with all of our dedicated ASG members working so hard. All students that have any questions about ASG or would like to talk to any ASG representatives are encouraged to pay a visit to student programs in the C-building.