The meeting was called to order at
Present: Senators Caines, Coleman, Johnson, King, Munguia, Nicholes, Rodgers,
President Martinez, Mr. Smith, Mr. Williams, Mr. Lytle, Senate Secretary
Absent: VP Wak Wak (Excused)
Mr. Williams: *Received an email from Whitney regarding the
card swipe system. C-BORD has been
awarded the bid. We are now in the
process of working out when they can come out and look at our facility because
they book installation ahead of time. He
will let us know when it looks like that is going to happen. *Has asked
Ron Smith: Follow-up on questions asked at the Roundtable Meeting: *The Co-Curricular fee, $3.50 paid by CDA students does come down here to be sought after competitively by all eligible organizations. The $5.00 government fee stays up there with them. *The Bookstore is definitely LCSC. As far as the books online, that is going through the shared government process right now and in front of the deans to make sure we haven’t missed something there. The Bookstore is a little skeptical saying well if I put it on there then they’re just going to go to someplace like Amazon.com. with the potential of losing a lot of sales.
Brandon Lytle: Basket ball deadline has been postponed until
tomorrow due to insufficient registrations.
Basket ball league will start on September 27 with however many teams we
have. Cribbage tournament is set for
Thursday, September 23 at . There will be a Soccer Tournament for women
on Friday, September 24 from
3 on 3 format.
On Saturday we will have a Team USA Tennis kick off event for our new
Team Tennis program. This is a free
event with door prizes, food, and refreshments.
This event is on Saturday at in the Tennis Ctr. Doubles Ping Pong on
Tuesday, September 28 at . Night Golf at
President Martinez: *Putting
together on October 16th a Legacy Project Auction to be held at the
Community Center. The WCC and all campus
areas are booked for the month of October.
*He and Senator Nicholes had a good time
attending the Leadership Conference in
· Book Exchange: President Martinez reported. He and Bruce Twitchell met and talked about some preliminary issues and about ideas for a Policies and Procedures Manual to put some longevity to the Book Exchange. If you want to be on the committee let him know.
· Clubs & Orgs Council: Senator Caines reported that the Clubs & Orgs. Council would meet on Friday, October 1 at
· Comm. Board: Senator Rodgers reported. The Comm. Board met on Friday. Senator Rodgers is not a member of the committee but attended part of the meeting. Bruce Twitchell was elected as chair. Brandon Lytle reported that a majority of the meeting was devoted to The Pathfinder. Comments that were made were about some wasted space in some issues as far as full page ads. Readability was talked about, the flow of the paper, how it was kind of choppy, some of the articles moved up and down and it was hard to follow. The editing was another thing that was brought up. Making sure that each article is proofread thoroughly before it is sent to print. A lot of time was spent on a new proposal they have submitted for the purchase of a new camera and some new software to create the paper with, and some new computers so that the Editor and Business Manager can send information back and forth easier from a PC to an Apple. Senator Coleman asked if the Editor was open to the advice. Mr. Lytle stated that the Editor did not attend the meeting but did send representatives and he planned to meet with him and make sure that all of the information gets back to him. *Mr. Williams – asked about the Radio Club. There was no Radio Club/Station representative at the Comm. Board meeting. Discussion ensued. Senator Coleman volunteered to get in touch with Tate Smith regarding the Radio Club/Station to find out where it stands.
· Senate Bill 04-F009, Motion to take the bill off the table for discussion by Senator Coleman, Second Senator Johnson. Motion Carries
Motion to pass, Senator Coleman, Second Senator Caines. Discussion indicated improvements from the
beginning of the semester and the fact that ASLCSC will need to advertise upcoming events. There was
some skepticism as well. Roll Call Vote: Caines: Yes, Coleman: Yes, Johnson: Yes, King: Yes,
Munguia: Yes, Nicholes: Nay, Rodgers: Yes. Bill passed
· Senate Bill 04-F0012, Motion Senator Caines, Second Senator Mungia. Discussion ensued. Many positive comments were made regarding the candidate, Laurie Racich. Bill passed unanimously.
Welcome Senator Racich to the table.
Senate Information Reports:
· Senator Coleman: Next week the League of Women Voters will be registering voters on Wednesday and Thursday from to downstairs in the SUB. Let Senator Coleman know if you are interested in helping. On October 26th they are doing the Candidate Forum. In the past Student Government has helped with that.
· President Martinez: Announced SUB Board meeting will be on Friday, September 24 at in SUB 225. Ernie Williams apologized that he will be out of town for the SUB Board meeting.
· Ernie Williams announced that there will be a group that is part of I Care out and about on campus that is registering people to vote. They are non-partisan.
· Senator Rodgers: Started discussion regarding the Dine with Dene event scheduled for October 13 and having and open forum with candidates running for office. Discussion ensued regarding what candidates may or may not be available. It will be checked into further to see if it can be worked out.
· Senator Rodgers: Discussed the Northwest Student Leadership Conference (NWSLC) being held November 19-20. Cost is $70 per person. Senator Coleman brought up that Residence Life is sending RAs to this conference (4) and it might keep costs down to travel together. He also suggested the possibility of sponsoring more RAs to attend the conference.
Motion to adjourn Senator Johnson, Second Senator Caines. Motion Carries. . Meeting Adjourned
Respectfully Submitted by: Laura Wilson