Tuesday March 23, 2010
6:30 p.m. Campbell Dining Room
I. Call to Order
II. Special Business
III. Announcements and Constituent Concerns
Andrew chesser – Lauren Whitmore has started compost, but it has
been stolen! Have you SEEN it? Or if you like to get on board talk to her.
o Dan reported
that usually if it is not begun with a club or organization then physical plant
might have taken it. Dan will be getting with Lauren Whitmore to discuss.
Extra Move OUT day! – but it has been addressed. We will look into
next year. If you have an issue you can ask res life for extra time. It has to
Physical plant – it is students
responsibility to clean the grill of front street.
o However, if it needs to be fixed for any reason, Physical Plant
will take care of that.
on Committees with Torey Hayward
Sub committees Head Nominations CONGRATS!
– Emily Jones APPROVED
– Shuai Guan APPROVED
- Film –
Blake Whicker APPROVED
- Music – Joshua Recobs APPROVED
FILING FOR CAMPUS KITTY THE WEEK AFTER CK WEEK
CHAIRS WEEK AFTER THAT
Committee with Alexander Jones
report. Fin Com is starting up next week
THE PEOPLES NAMES
fincom meeting THIS SUNDAY @ 4
are to go with the Orange Team at the Library.
Term and Short Term check outs.
to 4 days – short term
of months – long term
are for anyone.
right now were salvaged. But we want something that will have less
want a bike that will last.
are usually all out.
could have them out by next Monday
your own money???
are using that for paid position and a sign for the shop
about changing the number of bikes in the proposal
need 5 to change ones out that are falling apart.
about long term?
long term pilot program we dump the rest in the big short term program
- $1499.75 for five bikes!
· Short term
is ABOUT $12,000 minus bikes, now.
on Awesomeness) Dean Wiltgen
draw numbers are OUT! And housing picks start next week
approval out – 146 were approved.
list is 16.
comparison we put out more.
Center Student Workers not being trained well enough. Jim is working on
it: Media Center realizes that they are not trained well enough. They are
working on it. Jim will follow up on that.
Concerns Committee with Dan Gibbens-Rickman
- Katherine HERE: energy competition starts now to april 23rd.
- Signs will be put up.
- Dorms – JUST DORMS for this year
Committee with Taylor Adams
on April 2nd is Clipse
Interviews this week in the video room and Hannah Sinetak will be present
week will long because of presentations to be given by Taylor about
options next year for each of the Media Committees
didn’t come out next week. Log Cabin changed their policy so we are
waiting for the business office to cut a check.
we trust them to put the Profile to put out the rest of what they are
are working on that – meeting Saturday to where it is going.
so many problems.
is going on?
back and forth with publishers, having miscommunications.
new policy with the Log Cabin will help us with keep up with money.
is taking this very seriously – students feel that we pay for them to
produce these papers and there needs to be a COMMITMENT to get it done
Development Committee with Molly Miller with Tonya Hale
events are 8:00!
Committee with Jake Eddington And Will Phillips
event Singing Bee on Thursday – show that comes on the tv. Pick people
out of the audience that want to participate to finish songs. More
details to come
loco April 17th : 2-6
LAST SENATE MEETING
for SECRETARY: Abbey Koon APPROVED
Action Committee with Emily Uhar
Kitty with Caelan O’Sullivan
IS IN 10 DAYS!
fundraising week. All money that is raised goes to local charities.
- GET ALL OF MONEY THINGIES!!!
MAILOUTS ARE STILL BEING EXPECTED!!
Policy with Ruanda McFerren
meeting talked about
many students maymester registered
appreciation day April 22nd.
retiring faculty members.
majors being personally invited for what the professor
we interested in these classes?
professors that teach the class together.
experience – disjointed!
– become an academic building, but is taking proposals.
will probably be torn down the year after next.
and Academic Concerns Committee with Taylor and Ruanda!
Meeting at 4 Thursday – technology cluster
near student activities office.
Also – senate get ready to clean the
Committee with Emily Jones
- Things are in the
Friday at 4.
Committee with Lydia Nash
hours selected. They will be posted shortly.
SENATE MEETING MILLS LIBRARY!!!!!!!!!!!!
We will examine all options for the $20,000, don’t worry
Piano tuning? – check with music department
Clean up: Everyone
Request for Discretionary Funds
Budget Breakdown: (Attach a line-item budget with each
expense of the event)
Organization Name: Hendrix Italian Club
For: Movie, Roman Holiday
When & Where will this Event Occur: Worsham
Tuesday 3/30/10 at 8:30pm
Master Calendar Confirmation: yes: # 20100309-00024
Hendrix Italian Club would like to present
the film, Roman Holiday¸ in order to
promote Italian culture and history. This will be the Italian Club’s first
public event as an official Hendrix organization. Roman Holiday is a beautiful production that shows much of the
landscapes, people, and historical monuments of Rome. Also, it stars Audrey
Hepburn and Gregory Peck, so it should be a popular attraction for the Hendrix
Movie Rights $250
Revolution – modified and APPROVED FOR 5 BIKES
Hendrix Bicycle Revolution
Sean Mehl – MehlSR@hendrix.edu
Adviser: Chris Campolo
Hendrix Bailey Library Checkout Bikes – Bikes Direct
Single-Speed (5): $299.95
Dawes SST (5): $299.95
- $25/bike (school discount)
Note: This discretionary request is for 10 bikes for the Hendrix Bailey
Library bicycle checkout program, with 5 bikes (Motobacane Single-Speed) to serve as standard checkout bikes
(three days) and 5 bikes (Motobacane Dawes SST) to be used as long-term
(semester or year) checkout for students who wish to pay a rental fee. These bikes will be property of Hendrix
Bailey Library and maintained by Hendrix Bicycle Revolution in the Hendrix Bike
Shop. We will get as many bikes as
we can with the funded allotted up to the total about (though the $25/bike
discount is only for ten or more bikes).
TOTAL = $2,749.50
DID YOUR SENATORS VOTE?
– No Votes: 1; Yes Votes: the rest
Votes: 0; Yes Votes: ALL
A GREAT WEEK EVERYBODY,
YOUR SENATE J