Constitutional Court looking for justices
The court is looking for justices for the spring semester. Some duties of a justice include conducting elections during the fall and spring semester, assisting in the defense of a senator, or member of a subcommittee who had a petition filed against them, apply the rules, bylaws, and Constitutional Court, and make the decision whether that senator will lose their position. Students interested should be a full-time student, with at least a GPA of at least 2.75. Those interested in the position should contact Chief Justice Samantha Merrill.
Senate has a current budget of $24, 581.95 in unallocated funds.
“We are working on sending out an allocation information sheet,” said Vice President of Finance Lukas Klueber. “We are making sure that it has what we want it to have, and we hope this year goes well.”
AFB, a committee that is responsible for allotting the money, that students pay each year in activities fees, to fund many of the clubs on campus, is now up and running.
Senator of Brooks Hall Trajan Garcia, freshmen of Alliance, was impeached on account of an attendance violation. Garcia did not attend Senate meetings on Oct. 9, and Oct. 23, and did not attend his constitutional court hearing on Oct. 30.
In another matter, if clubs have any seniors who are graduating in December, CAB representatives should email Vice Chair of Records Kristina McGann, so that CAB can begin to order graduation cords.
Sigma Tau Delta is hosting a Harry Potter Extravaganza in the Bordeaux/Lakota Room, at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11. Tenth Street Miscellany is accepting submissions from now until January 1, 2018 for their “Find Your Voice” contest. Pieces can be in both the art, and writing categories, but submissions are limited to Undergraduate students who live or are studying in a school located in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, and Kansas.
In another matter, Megan Bren, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was appointed new Student Activities Coordinator.
The Salvation Army is looking for ringers for the months of November, and December. Shifts are an hour and a half, to two hours long, and those interested can go to www.ncap.info, or call the number 432-3393 to register.
Phi Beta Lamda is selling pumpkins, apple, and pecan pies, for fundraising. Pies are $15 a piece, and $25 for two.
Brain Health Advocate and Storyteller, Kevin Hines will speak on Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall. Hines, a Golden Gate Bridge (jumper) Survivor will tell his story in hopes to promote suicide awareness, and intrigue others to “love the life we have been given.”
The Spring Daze committee is contacting bands, and continually seeking recommendations for other entertainment.