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Associated Students of Saint Louis University Student Government Association Senate Bill (SB) 011-11 October 13 th , 2010 Intent and Purpose: Bill to confirm and seat the 2010-2011 Student Government Association Committee of Internal Affairs. Whereas, the Committee for Internal Affairs shall “be composed of the Vice President of Internal Affairs and seven other senators”, Whereas, the President shall “have the authority to create and appoint sovereign members to all ad-hoc task forces, commissions, and committees of the Association with confirmation of the Senate” (ASSLU SGA Bylaws, Section I, Subsection A, Paragraph 1e), Therefore, let it be enacted that the following students, as appointed by the President, begin the jobs to which they have been appointed: Vice President of Internal Affairs Murphy Vandenberg, Chair Tina Mozelewski, Commuter Senator Emma Johnson, School of Nursing Senator Jimmy Meiners, College of Arts and Sciences Senator Caroline Rutledge, Fusz Hall Senator Antonio Arreola-García, Graduate School Senator Lexie Tampow, Doisy College of Health Sciences Mike Yamakawa, First Year Senator Written and Submitted by: David T Black, Village and Laclede House Senator ________________________________________ Courtney Anvender, President ________________________________________ Pass Fail Vote Tally by Administrative V.P. For Against Abstain voice vote Courtney Anvender, President ________________________________________ Murphy Vandenberg, Vice President of Internal Affairs ________________________________________
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Associated Students of Saint Louis University Student Government Association Senate Bill (SB) 012-11 October 13 th , 2010 Intent and Purpose: Bill to confirm and seat the 2010-2011 Student Government Association Finance Committee. Whereas, the Finance Committee shall “be composed of the Financial Vice President, seven voting Senators, including one representing the Black Student Alliance and one representing the International Student Federation, and the Financial Vice President-elect, as a non-voting member”, Whereas, the President shall “have the authority to create and appoint sovereign members to all ad-hoc task forces, commissions, and committees of the Association with confirmation of the Senate” (ASSLU SGA Bylaws, Section I, Subsection A, Paragraph 1e), Therefore, let it be enacted that the following students, as appointed by the President, begin the jobs to which they have been appointed: Financial Vice President Tim Janczewski, Chair Jeff Tiedeman, John Cook School of Business Senator David Rollins, BSA Senator Kalé Kponee, BSA Senator Alex Salazar, Commuter Senator Pauline Abi Jaoude, of Arts and Sciences Senator Joe Woster, First Year Senator Krishi Peddada, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation & Technology Senator Jonathan Serpas, John Cook School of Business Senator Neeti Parekh, Graduate School Senator Brandon Myers, Committee Representative Chris Brozyna, Committee Representative Parry Draper, First Year Senator Written and Submitted by: David T Black, Village and Laclede House Senator ________________________________________ Courtney Anvender, President ________________________________________ Pass Fail Vote Tally by Administrative V.P. For Against Abstain voice vote Courtney Anvender, President ________________________________________ Murphy Vandenberg, Vice President of Internal Affairs ________________________________________
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  • Spring '11
  • MatthewHall
  • Government, President of the United States, United States Senate, senator, Vice President of the United States, President pro tempore of the United States Senate, Senator Courtney Anvender

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