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CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY
Student Union Board of Governors
Present: R. Campbell (Chair), N. Clark, M. Favara, L. Gargamelli, V. Hayes, K. Jackson, K. Moore, D. Orloske, J. Palasek, A. Portilla, S. Rich, D. Ross, R. Schneeweiss, J. Silberman, J. Zytka Guest: J. “Tank” Floyd Mr. Campbell (Chair) called the meeting to order at 4:15 p.m. After welcoming the new 1998-99 SUBOG, he asked each of the members to introduce themselves. Mr. Campbell asked for a motion to ratify new members to the Board. MOTION (N. Clark/L. Gargamelli) To ratify the following people as 1998-99 members of the SUBOG: Victor Hayes Inter-Residence Council Representative Kia Jackson Student Government Association Representative Angie Portilla Student Government Association Representative Luisa Calabrese Student Center Assistant Representative Marc Favara Student Center Assistant Representative Jason Zytka Student Center Assistant Representative Motion passed (7 approved, 0 against, 0 abstained) (SUBOG 98-15) MOTION (N. Clark/L. Gargamelli) To ratify Ms. Jennifer Silberman as Graduate Student Association Representative for the 1998-99 academic year. Motion passed (12 approved, 0 against, 0 abstained) (SUBOG 98-16) After a brief description of each of the Board committees, the members were asked to indicate their priority as to the committee on which they wished to serve. Ms. Gargamelli (PC Climax Executive) gave the Program Council (PC) report on behalf of Ms. Shari Lamont, president of PC, who was not present. The highlights outlined included a very successful First Week with 300-plus people attending a screening of Grease and a “sold out” crowd at the Scott Paparcuri comedy show. Planning is underway for Autumn Explosion Weekend in October. The first general meeting of the PC was quite successful with 50-plus people in attendance. Ms. Gargamelli then put forth the following motion: MOTION (L. Gargamelli/N. Clark) That these individuals be ratified for the following PC positions for the 1998-99 academic year: Dawn Geraci PC Community Adventures Executive Adam Lansing PC Central Cinema Executive Karyn Moore PC Secretary Sandy Ribeiro PC Treasurer Motion passed (14 approved, 0 against, 0 abstained) (SUBOG 98-17) Mr. Orloske then reported on the status of the Student Center addition. He announced that 8.2 million dollars for the addition had been secured and that the project goes forward with a true level of excitement. The Student Center will close in May 1999 and will reopen in August 2001. He spoke of efforts to relocate all offices in North Hall and services in appropriate locations all over campus. Billiard tables were a particular concern. Mr. Campbell asked each of the Board members to return next month with a goal that the SUBOG might consider for the 1998-99 year. Mr. Campbell announced that he would be attending the regional conference of the Association of College Unions International at the University of Rhode Island the weekend of October 16-18. Under General Discussion, it was decided that the 1998-99 Special Interest Seats be held by individuals representing Media, Tenant, International Student, and Multicultural. An ad hoc committee will make recommendations on who these individuals should be. The Committee is staffed by Ms. Clark, Ms. Silberman, Mr. Campbell, and Mr. Schneeweiss. David Ross spoke of the excellent job Mr. Orloske has done in securing the necessary funding for the Student Center addition. The Board was most pleased to hear this praise. The next meeting will be Thursday, October 29, 1998, at 5:00 p.m. in the Student Center North Room. Seeing no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:00 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Robert Schneeweiss Executive Secretary SUBOG 1998-99 /pwa Last updated: October 15, 1998