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Mailer11-2-10 - Don't forget to VOTE because EVERY vote...

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Don’t forget to  VOTE  because  EVERY  vote matters. This Week in       SGA     All meetings of the Student Government Association are open to the entire  University community.  We will be covering the following topics this week: Bill to add the Saint Louis Ride Board to Civic Affairs Presentation from Bobby Wassel, Center for Service and Community  Engagement Bill to amend bi-laws of Food Service Committee Join SGA!       There  are positions open in Student Government. If you are interested, please fill  out the attached application for one of the following positions, and return it to the  SGA office in the student involvement suite by Friday November, 5:  -1 College of Education and Public Service Senator  -1 College of Philosophy and Letters Senator  -1 School of Professional Studies Senator  -2 Commuter Senators -1 Grand Forest Senator  -4 Graduate School Senators  If you have any questions please contact Murphy Vandenberg  at  [email protected]   If you would like to participate in this week's SGA meeting, come to the  Senate  Chambers in BSC 256  on Wednesday.  The meeting will begin promptly at 5pm.   Any member of the University community can announce upcoming events, voice  concerns about life at SLU, ask questions or make debate points about legislation  being discussed.  We hope you will take time to join us this week if any of the  items on the attached agenda interest you.
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