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This week I am scheduling transition meetings with the new assistant dean and our Dean for University College. I have hit a roadblock on the admission requirements- most of them are not official because of the semester change of classes. Last week I spent the majority of my time on cabinet interviews and will be continuing with the transition to the new student government through the end of this quarter! Good luck to everybody!
This past week was the last Graduate Council Meeting of the year. We were able to introduce the new president of the Graduate Student Assembly, James Greening, to the council so that they begin to become familiar with him.
The Graduate Student Assembly has one last meeting this quarter. Our main focus from here until Fall Semester is the Open House/Orientation that is planned for the Wednesday before classes start. Students who are receiving grants were notified last week and we hope to send out a message recognizing the achievements of each of those students!
Happy Week 9!
The DSAB's T-shirts are in! We sold 255 shirts, so sorting and distributing these will be a challenge, and take up most of my week.
Last Monday I help the assessment practice for the students who have their head-to-toe check off this week. We had a decent amount of people sign up, and TONS of volunteers- couldn't have done it without them! It was successful, and I think it helped a lot of students out.
The last project of the quarter is that the DSAB is looking at doing a finals stress reliever event during week 10. Still kind of in the approval/planning phase for this.
Have a good week 9 everybody!:)
This week we've spent time prepping for the Candle Light Vigil to honor those who have been murdered or who have committed suicide because they are minorities. I am working with Christian and Rainbow Alliance on this. The Candle Light Vigil will be held on the quad on May 31, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
Also, met with Jeff Vernooy to talk about the various things I have done this year and to talk about ODS support for the things we've been doing this year. I also got several more signatures and support from Allies and the Women's Center for two of the resolutions I am trying to pass through the Senate.
The Spring Cleaning Sale was this week. Although it was not as successful as we hoped, it was still a little more money towards commuter scholarship so I feel it was a victory.
I've been continuing to transition Kyle Powell to be your new commuter senator. He's been great so far- next year will be as exciting as this year if his enthusiasm is any indication.
The car show is THIS FRIDAY!!! I'm running around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to get it ready. I've been running between Parking, Student Activities, and the Sign Shop!!!
And we continue...
This past week was the HOR Tunnel Painting held on Sunday. Brandy organized the event and I believe it went off very well and a handful of organizations were able to update their logo or add a new one.
The 4th HOR meeting of the quarter was held on Wednesday as well. The main highlight of the meeting was the passing of the HOR resolution that changes some Bylaws in regards to the operations of the House. The legislation will go before the Senate tonight for a vote, if it passes, the HOR will hold 7 meetings a quarter and organizations will need to attend 5 of those.
I've been working with Brandy on wrapping up the year and the transition process for Abi will be on going until June 8th! Only a few weeks to go!! Looking forward to finishing the year out strong!!!
Until next time,
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