Central Connecticut State
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MINUTES - Friday, March 15, 2002
T. Banks (Chair), B. Bruntil, M. Funkhouser, F. Mendoza, S. Pocevic, M. Rosa, R.
Schneeweiss, J.W. Smith, T. Stubbs
Chairperson, called the meeting to order at 1:02 p.m.
(Budget Committee) reported the Program Council (PC) budget process would begin
House Committee Chairperson, reported on the work of the House Committee.
They have been accepting applications for club office space in the new
Student Center. There are currently ten student organizations (Black Student
Union, Communication Club, Habitat for Humanity, Inter-Residence Council, Lambda
Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, LASO, Physical Education & Health Fitness Club,
PRIDE, Revival, and United Caribbean Club) wishing to have office space.
Presentations will take place on March 19. The House Committee will have a recommendation for the SUBOG
There was no
report from Student Services.
gave the PC report. The
highlights of the month included: The
Star Spangled Banner contest for the NCAA game, the trip to Montreal, and this
month’s Open Mics. A bid has been
extended for NAS as the Spring Week concert.
Ms. Rosa gave
the Mosaic Center Committee report. This
has been a busy month for the Mosaic Center Committee.
Programs included Fruteland Jackson – Blues 101; Jane Elliott –
“You are Not Born a Bigot” (3/7) and, a trip to New York City, “Before
Stonewall – A Gay &Lesbian History Tour” (3/16).
Ms. Rosa then
presented proposed amendments to the SUBOG constitution.
These amendments are 4.0, 14.0 and 15.
She explained both changes and additions.
She encouraged Board members to read and discuss them; and, to be present
next month to vote on them. Amendments
The SUBOG election will be held in May.
next SUBOG meeting will be held on Friday, April 12, at 1:00 p.m., Seth North
Multi Purpose Room 015.
being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 1:25 p.m.
Schneeweiss for Duane Orloske
Executive Secretary SUBOG