ASLCSC Senate Meeting Minutes
April 17, 2001
The meeting was called to order at 4:32 p.m.
Present: Dodge, DeLane,
Fox, Heath, Lawyer, Ochszner, Oglesby, Skow, Redford
Approval of Minutes of April 10, 2001.
Motion to pass made by Senator Oglesby, Seconded
by Senator Dodge. Minutes approved as written.
Senator Skow made a motion to amend the agenda to
include Senate Resolution #01-S017 under new business. Senator Lawyer
seconded. Motion carried.
Mr. Magruder: During Warrior
Wednesday tomorrow there will be promotions for the LCSC vs. Good Times
105 Soft ball game on Saturday. The search is continuing for a new women's
basket ball coach. The candidate pool is forming for the Director of
Student Life position.
Vice President Sonnen: Reported on the
meeting today with administration regarding student fees and what will be
presented at the state board meetings. She feels the outcome of the
meeting was a move in a more positive direction. She explained to the
Senate what would be presented to the State Board. Senators Skow and
Lawyer made comments. Discussion ensued. The majority of the Senate were
in favor of getting the fee increase down to 8%. They also agreed that
they would like the decrease to come out of Matriculation but would agree
to half out of Matriculation and half out of Co-Curricular.
VP Sonnen stated that any Senator who wanted to attend the presidential
candidate lunches, ASB would pay for their lunch. See Laura for the card.
The Softball game on Saturday begins at 9:00 a.m. Please be there at 8:30
Motion to include Senate Resolution #01-S015 under old
Business was made by Senator DeLane. The motion was seconded by Senator
Dodge. Motion carries.
Senator Redford reported. She stated that the Faculty Senate is working on
changes to their constitution. Dan Terrio made a presentation about Campus
Cruiser (the new email system). The faculty did not like the ads that
would be on the new system. Having the ads on the system would allow it be
free of charge. It there are no ads, there would be a fee.
Ways & Means: Senate
Majority Leader Ochszner stated that he had turned in sections 1, 2, 3,
and 8 of the Bylaws to Judicial for review.
Senate Bill #01-S054,
Motion Senator Fox, Second Senator Skow. Discussion. 9 yes votes. Bill
Senate Resolution #01-S015,
Motion Senator Lawyer, Second Senator Oglesby. 8 yes, 1 abstention. Veto
overridden by 2/3 majority vote of the Senate.
Senate Bill #01-S055,
Motion Senator Skow, Second Senator Fox. Discussion. Senator Lawyer made a
motion to amend to read "shall come from the general account."
Senator Dodge seconded. Motion carried. Vote to pass bill - 9 yes votes.
Senate Resolution #01-S017,
Motion Senator Lawyer, Second Senator DeLane. Discussion. 9 yes votes.
Senate Information Reports:
Senate Secretary Laura Wilson
reported that Tom Kurdy will be at the Round Table meeting on April 26th
with questions regarding what students like or dislike, and what works or
doesn't work regarding the LCSC Web Site. She also reported that President
Zimmerman said no regarding allowing a Division to recognize more than one
outstanding student. Discussion. Students still say yes. A letter will be
drafted and sent to Dr. Zimmerman.
Senator Lawyer spoke regarding
her candidate profile that will come out in tomorrow's edition of the
Pathfinder. She wanted to let the Senate know that she wanted to start
work on a "Student Housing Cooperative." It was suggested to
discuss this topic at a Round Table meeting.
Senator Fox: He had done some
checking regarding the BBQ Pit project and wasn't having any luck.
Discussion. It was decided to maybe come up with another project.
Senator Heath -
BMSA will be selling BBQ hamburgers tomorrow from 11:30-1:30.
Azumi Arai - IPSA club
potluck and movie night on April 19th with ethnic food will be
in the Gym starting at 6:00 p.m.
Senator Skow - There
will be a retirement part for Steve Evans on Saturday, April 28th
at 7:00 p.m.
Motion to adjourn Senator Skow, Second Senator Fox.
Meeting Adjourned at 5:40 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted by: Laura Wilson