9.15.10 Minutes

9.15.10 Minutes - Quote of the Week: "If your actions...

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Quote of the Week: “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams Associated Students of Saint Louis University Student Government Association 38 th General Assembly Meeting No. 004-11 September 15 th , 2010 Agenda I. Call to Order II. Opening Prayer III. Roll Call IV. Approval of the Minutes V. Approval of the Agenda VI. Open Forum a. Sen. Black: RHA MACURH Conference, see me for applications b. Sen. Meinert: Una’s Love Your Body Day is this Friday from 12-4 on grassy knoll by the clocktower. There will be live music. c. VP Paetow: tailgating opportunities coming d. Sen. Han: Chinese Festival is this Friday, 6:30-10 in Wool Ballrooms VII. Special Business a. David Young, Student Life New Chartered Student Group event reservation process i. Student Development decided to change the way that CSOs reserve space for events and get events approved. This does not apply to regular meetings, but specific events. It does include handbilling in the quad. The new policy requires 20 business days notification minimum for event approval. In order to reserve space on campus, CSOs must fill out a program planning form in student life. The forms will be available online, but the requesting CSO must sign the form. ii. Questions: 1. Sen. Black: Are meetings already scheduled secure? Yes. 2. Sen. Ryan: Are meetings with food considered events? Not if it’s a regular meeting. 3. Sen. Meinert: Are there exceptions for unexpected visits by guests? No. 4. Sen. Kponee: What was the motivation for this being enacted? We have a lot of CSOs and a lot of events being requested. Many times CSOs did plan for the events enough time in advance for event services to be able to help. 5. Sen. Rollins: Is there a provision for special guests to come in to address incidents? If it’s with the internal members, it’s fine. Otherwise, no. 6. Sen. Paluch: What about groups who want to protest another groups’ speakers/events? The handbook says that students who are found guilty of protest “illegally,” will be held accountable as an individual student, not a student group. 7. Sen. Salazar: Is it on the website? Yes.
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8. Sen. Ryan: What students did you consult before writing this policy? We spoke with Policy Reivew Committee last May and put into writing over the summer. 9. Sen. Spector: How is the failure to follow protocol going to be enforced? It can result in disciplinary actions. You would not be able to reserve a space without a program planning form. 10. VP Janczewski: Why were the majority of the decisions made over the summer? They weren’t. It was just the logistical language that was decided then. Follow-up: When was the 20 day number decided? May. 11. Sean Worley: Was that committee formed of Senators? Yes.
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