Senate allocated $215,840.93 to clubs for next semester’s budgets. The money for the clubs’ budgets will come from the Student Senate budget in the fall; any unallocated funds from this semester will roll over to next year’s budget.
Category: Student Senate
Hurley announced a detailed schedule of events for Spring Daze at the open forum Thursday in the Student Center.
Senate discussed purchasing new automated external defibrillators after a senator claimed the ones on campus are not compatible with the equipment on the Chadron ambulances at a meeting 5 p.m. Monday in the Student Center.
With Vice President Karson Langley gone for golf and Senate President Katrina Hurley gone to an AIPAC meeting in the District of Columbia, Student Senate Secretary Olivia Vester ran the Senate meeting, where $2,000 was allocated to bring an inspirational speaker to campus next semester.
Senate discussed bringing inspirational speaker Holly Hoffman, former “Survivor: Nicaragua” contestant, to campus next year at the open forum Thursday night.
Senate announced its budget with the spring semester numbers in, and allocated $48,863 of the $196,793.30 unallocated funds. Senate also amended bylaws for the Activity Fee Board, amid much discussion between senators.
A debate over possible Activity Fee Board bylaw changes broke out at the open forum 5 p.m. Thursday in the Student Center. Lots of student retaliation to the suggested bylaws lead the meeting to run more than an hour.
Clubs have two chances to volunteer at campus activities this spring. CAB highlighted the opportunities at the meeting Tuesday night.
Senate allocated $6,133 and postponed two allocations until the full budget from the second eight-weeks is added to Senate’s budget.
CAB, Senate, and RLA met for a general assembly at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Student Center.