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MINUTES - Friday, November 2, 2001
T. Banks (Chair), P. Davis, M. Foglia, M. Funkhouser, A. Gaddis, S. Pocevic, P.
Roberts, M. Rosa, R. Schneeweiss, A. Sheridan, T. Stubbs, M. Wernick
Banks called the meeting to order at 1:05 p.m.
Foglia was then called upon to give the October Program Council (PC) report.
She highlighted that PC has produced 38 events, thus far, this year.
The last week in October is Halloween Dayz, a series of events sponsored
by PC, SGA, LASO, and COLADA. The
Halloween party on Wednesday night had 309 people in attendance.
Also, the PC Cinema Central Committee has experienced a successful fall,
thus far. Next week is the National
Association for Campus Activities (NACA) 2001 Regional Conference.
MOTION (M. Foglia/T. Stubbs) To transfer $3,897.96 from the PC Reserve (Account #PGC901)
to PC Climax
Committee (Account #PGC908.
Motion passed (9 Yes, 0 No, 1 Abstained)
Discussion: This transfer represents a payment to Concert Services for security at last spring’s concert. Invoice arrived in new fiscal year and should be charged against last year’s budget.
Committee had no report.
Committee had no report.
Foglia gave the Student Services Committee report.
She reviewed the committee meeting of October 29, 2001, in which the
committee worked on defining some goals. (Minutes
Davis gave a Student Center update. He
has been involved in taking pictures of the new Student Center.
He said “check the Website.”
Rosa gave the Mosaic Center Committee report.
She announced that two events have already been planned for the spring
semester: the return of Jane Elliott and A Campus of Difference workshop
presented by the Anti-Defamation League. The
Mosaic Center Committee is also sponsoring a delegate from NAACP, LASO, and
PRIDE to join them at the 2001 NACA Regional Conference.
The goal is cooperative planning and programming.
Pocevic, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Schneeweiss, Ms. Sheridan, and Ms. Wernick gave the
2001 Association of College Unions (ACUI) Region 1 Conference report.
Highlights of the conference held at Providence College (October 26-28)
were sessions on creativity, managing peers, and hate crimes.
CCSU also won both Regional College Bowl, the most spirited award for its
display, and participated in an abbreviated Poetry Slam.
next meeting will be Friday, December 14, 2001, at 1:00 p.m. Seth North Multi
Purpose Room 015.
being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 1:31 p.m.
Schneeweiss for Duane Orloske
Executive Secretary SUBOG