MINUTES FOR FEBRUARY 5, 2003
1. Opening Ceremony
2. Roll Call
Members Present: Koji Sado, Beth Nichols, Jennifer Prevost, Andrea Miyagi, Senel Vurgun, Tommy Crane, Paul Parker, Jennifer Langley, Rachel Harbert, Theresa Vitek, Chris Adams, Dominique Cooper, Siporia Wrighten, Marko Gospojevic, Brian Corn, Brad Trogdon, Adam Grossman, Scott Ammons
Excused Absences: Jermaine Thomas, Misty Fernandez, Alphonza Thomas, Selena Craig
It was motioned and seconded for Tommy Crane to be the Vice President of SGA. He was then sworn in. In addition, Scott Ammons resigned from the senate.
There are two sets of minutes and both minutes were unanimously approved by the senate.
5. Committee Reports
a) Student Issues: No report.
b) Food: Selena Craig was excused from the meeting.
c) Entertainment: Movies: Jan. 29- Simone- 11 people
Feb. 1- Simone- 17 people. On Thursday, January 23 the Spades Tournament was held in the UC with 14 teams participate in it. 1st and 2nd place teams got trophies.
d) Constitution: Misty Fernandez was excused from the meeting.
e) Interclub: There will be a meeting tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at the UC lounge. This will be the first meeting to get the interclub off of the ground.
f) Critical Mass: Library videos are being purchased this weekend and there will be a party next week in relation to this. It will be $100 for food. As far as the recycling, bins will be purchased and the numbers will be ordered next week.
g) Public Relations: Alphonza Thomas was excused from the meeting.
h) Treasurer: Jermaine Thomas was excused from the meeting.
i) Community Service: Teen Court will be tomorrow at 5:30. The dance for Palmer Prevention will also be on Friday from 6:30-9:30. The Honor Code Committee will be meeting next week. Campaign for compassion will be two weeks, from March 24 to April 5. Each senator will be required to attend at least two events. Dominique Cooper and Andrea Miyagi have been working on Service NC. They are also working with Palmer Prevention. Such ideas are planting flowers, clean-up, multi-cultural festival during the play Strike at the Wind
j) President’s Report: The online directory is at its final stage. There are two options offered to students for their privacy, either hide their information online by clicking a button or by going to the registrar’s office and having your name taken off the list. This will take effect after spring break. In addition, it was Abdul’s birthday and the senate bought him a gift.
k) Spirit Committee: There are flyers for clubs and organizations to dress up in black and gold and go to the homecoming game to win $200 on February 22. They need to show school spirit. $100 from the spirit committee, $50 from Mike at Bert’s, and $50 from the Interclub committee.
6. Subcommittee Reports
7. Old Business
a) Blood Drive: It will be next Wednesday from 9 am to 2 pm.
b) Homecoming: Received sponsorship from a radio station and the glasses have come in. There will be another meeting with CAB tomorrow. In addition, there will be movie with James Earl Jones at Pine Hall in the multi purpose room
c) Student’s Day: It took place in Raleigh at the capitol. The recap included enrollment growth, tuition and fees, and financial aid. In addition, for the school year of 2003-2004 there will be no tuition increase.
d) Student Forum: The student forum was today at the UC during the student activity period.
e) Election: As of now, there are 121 votes for the election. The booth will also be open tomorrow from 10-2.
8. New Business
a) Club Approvals: Deeper Life Ministry presented themselves and discussed their potential organization and the goals; which include organizational outreach, taking any talents and using them to minister to others. It is not like the Baptist Student Union because it deals with outreach. In a way it is kind of like a community service organization. There are currently 12 members. The organization was approved and will return next week for a second approval. The second organization to present themselves was the WNCP-TV. They are an organization to work at the tv station and show other organizations how to use it. This organization was also approved and will return next week for a second approval.
b) Presentation of Senators: There were a total of eight senators presenting for five positions:
Lenora Bowler – sophomore
Engle Revels – senior
Norian Graves – sophomore
Shannon Gentry – sophomore
Jeremy Johnson – junior
Ryan Jewell – senior
Tanya Agina – sophomore
Chester Sykes – senior
The five new senators for SGA are Lenora Bowler, Shannon Gentry, Jeremy Johnson, Ryan Jewell, and Tanya Agina. They were sworn in at the end of the meeting. Two appointments were made by Tommy Crane. The Senate Vice President will be Andrea Miyagi and the Entertainment Chair will be Lenora Bowler.
a) LASO meeting at the library at 9
b) Homecoming committee building the set at 5
c) AASO week next week
d) No student issues meeting
e) Critical mass meeting next week
f) AASO dance on Thursday
g) A brief meeting for the food committee after SGA
h) AASO raffle tickets on sale
i) Elections are still going on so senators need to help at the booth.
10. Roll Call
Members Present: Koji Sado, Beth Nichols, Jennifer Prevost, Andrea Miyagi, Senel Vurgun, Tommy Crane, Paul Parker, Jennifer Langley, Rachel Harbert, Theresa Vitek, Chris Adams, Dominique Cooper, Siporia Wrighten, Marko Gospojevic, Brian Corn, Brad Trogdon, Adam Grossman, AlphonzaThomas, Selena Craig, Lenora Bowler, Shannon Gentry, Jeremy Johnson, Ryan Jewell, Tanya Agina
Excused Absences: Jermaine Thomas, Misty Fernandez
Updated: Tuesday, September 12, 2006
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