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Agenda of the 82nd Senate Hofstra University Student Government Association

September 21st, 2017 Plaza Middle, Student Center Call to Order I. II. III. IV.

V.

VI.

VII. VIII. IX.

Quorum Call Approval of Senate Minutes from September 14th, 2017 Approval of the Cabinet Minutes from September 20th, 2017 New Business A. Swearing in of Senators B. Swearing in of Justices Executive Board Reports A. President—R. Cinquemani B. Vice President—A. Normandin C. Comptroller—M. Kutsch D. Secretary—A. Gieger Committee Chair Reports A. Appropriations—S. Read B. Club Relations—A. Radeva C. Rules—A. Labrie D. Public Relations—I. Hinson E. Spirit—C. Tomasso F. Student Services—D. Denton For the Good of the Order Announcements Snap Cup

Adjournment

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Agenda of the 82nd Senate Hofstra University Student Government Association

September 14th, 2017 Breslin Hall room 111 Meeting Called to Order at 6:05pm I.

Quorum Call

II.

Approval of Senate Minutes from May 4th, 2017 A.

III.

Comptroller Kutsch moves to pass the Senate Minutes i.

Motion seconded

ii.

Motion passes unanimously

Approval of the Cabinet Minutes from September 13th, 2017 A.

Senator Crofts asks about Defamation Experience i.

B.

IV.

Vice President Normandin responds with a brief summary of diversity event

Senator Narain moves to pass the Cabinet Minutes i.

Motion seconded

ii.

Motion passes unanimously

New Business A.

Compass Dining Updates i.

ii.

Senator Crofts moves for a recess for pizza 1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

Rich and Candace from Compass 1.

Recap about contract change and use of focus groups - new contract through 2027

2.

Changes on proposal has been approved by committees

3.

Talk about new places a.

Netherlands: Senator Narain talks about Oak Street Cafe-

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i.

b.

Dutch: Chairperson Labrie talks about Build a Pizza i.

c.

sandwiches and breakfast all day - plan: to turn Netherlands into a diner and mini dutch treats also subway is a boars head

New in dutch, personal and made to order, have round turbo ovens

G8: Comptroller Kutch answers about allergen- free station i.

In SC, and has food without 8 major allergens - not v popular but thought to change it to by the ounce and get it yourself- thoughts 1.

Senator Chiagozie says yes it would be nice - people don't like to stop

2.

Senator Amadio says yes people don’t even know how to order now

3.

Comptroller Kutsch asks if it will cut down on options a.

d.

Student choice: Senator Crofts answers i.

e.

Website or text- 11 different menus- vote Saturday through Friday and then goes in on Wednesday- will also be a way to test new concept menus

All day breakfast: Senator Tadbiri responds about egg shoppe i.

f.

Rich says yes in a way, it would be more cold food vs hot quinoa

Compass was waiting for some equipment - will have all kinds of breakfast, French toast, waffles, etc. not just eggs shortly

Nutrition facts: Read answers about dine on campus facts i.

Updating identifiers so all food will be labeled about calorie count, vegan, vegetarian, balanced diet, etc.

ii.

Chairperson Denton asks about other features of app

iii.

1.

Feedback tab

2.

Specials are listed - ‘blue light’ specials - where social media tells a way to get a free food item somewhere, discounts, etc.

3.

Events Calendar - celebrity chefs, pumpkin decorating

4.

Menus- has ingredients and nutrition facts

5.

Hours of operation

6.

Staff list- with contact info

7.

Map

Senator Amadio asks if deli will stay in Netherlands once it is turned into a deli 1.

iv.

That is current plan to get rid of deli - but will depend on feedback, might go somewhere else on campus

Rich gives other notes:

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g.

noodles are with sushi, pasta is there from 11

3.

Student center hours extended

4.

Next year there will be major renovations

5.

Smash burger: very popular- fine tuning some things opening was 2.5 times a normal opening

6.

Added fish to the “next step” and will put another screen to view order number statuses in the back dining room

i.

Proposal now is Chic-fil-a as main change

ii.

Moving the ramen to a new spot - taking up seats to not lose the station

iii.

Change pizza to a wood fire pizza concept

iv.

Salad would move to Red Mango spot

Rich says CV Starr changes - Einstein bagels- will be useful because will be more population on that side of campus

i.

Senator Ismail asks about dome- it has no food- people with that major are there all day i.

There is no infrastructure for food - no water lines

ii.

Not as much demand - not for vending machines also stationed the food truck for about 3 days and only 8 people went to it they've really researched the idea but no plans because it doesn’t seem worth it

Senator Ramirez asks about getting jalapeños - can only get it on dutch pizza and smash burger Yes they could add them at the Egg Shoppe or Cucina

Swearing in of remaining Senators i.

None present

Swearing in of remaining Justices i.

V.

2.

Senator Crofts asks about Bits construction

i.

C.

library ABP express looks more popular than previous more tables are coming,

h.

j.

B.

1.

None present

Committee Chair Reports A.

Rules—A. Labrie i.

Saw 2 clubs (BSU and Quidditch) with changes for club constitution

ii.

Comptroller Kutsch and Chairperson Denton brought questions for voting ballot

iii.

APICS- American Production and Inventory Control Society will be coming 1.

They meet Rules standards

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iv.

Senator Crofts asks how to go about asking to amend committee reports 1.

VI.

Vice President Normandin responds to make a friendly point of change

v.

Crofts points out to change “Deandra” to “Denton”

vi.

Senator Narain moves to pass the Rules Minutes 1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

New Business A.

SGA Club Recognition Hearing i.

American Production and Inventory Control Society - President and Vice President speak 1.

Explain their org- about supply chain- it is a preprofessional club and supply chain is a growing major

2.

Goal: have events with people in the field for networking events and resume boostersbecome a stronger chapter under the bigger area

3.

Have been a club without recognition and proposed UPS event and other events want recognition now to get funding to increase recruiting

4.

Club has growth potential- large amount new member interest

5.

Passed around a proposed budget and information sheets

6.

Questions; a.

Senator Narain asks how often they meet i.

b.

Senator Narain asks about attendance at meetings i.

c.

d.

i.

The NY chapter provides certifications in supply chain field and recruiting events for jobs in the field - offer free membership to Hofstra students

ii.

No direct funds are received

Chairperson Hinson asks about how they get funding They have none - some own fundraising

Chairperson Read asks who can join i.

f.

About 15-20 but they want to guide it in an even better direction have triple members and work w a prof

Chairperson Tomasso asks about what APICS NY Chapter association entails

i. e.

President of APICS answers every couple of weeks is official meeting and in between is events - overall 4-5 a month

All majors not just management - finance, marketing, etc. can be beneficial for them and incorporates a lot of different majors planning, budgeting, etc.

Senator Crofts moves to extend question time by 3 minutes i.

Motion seconded

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ii. g.

Senator Crofts asks about attendance of past events i.

h.

b.

Senator Crofts for: i.

New leaders trying to rebrand - have initiative- were at club fair and have desire

ii.

Consistent 15-20 and are optimistic about increase in membership

iii.

Main issue: funding and don’t know how to fundraise - maybe just because they don’t know how but sga can help

Senator Narain against: i.

c.

They have interest but people sign up for interest, should see if they actually pick up the members and if they do own funds/tabling instead of relying on sga

Senator Ramirez for: i.

Motivated club and invested in getting it off the ground - have interest sheets and are continuing advertising in classes - “triple” membership in semester is good

ii.

They're bringing in big name companies without funding so image how much more they could do with funding

Vote: a.

ii.

They do not. The head is involved with Farmingdale management but they have funding in the form of hosting events

Debate: a.

8.

People sign up and speak in management classes and sign up were at the club fair and word of mouth, also the professor and director are helping with reaching out to all management majors (once they get advising email list)

Chairperson Denton asks if APICS organization funds other university chapters i.

7.

Idea of membership fee but want it to be educational experience and paying would deter interest especially in such a new field

Chairperson Tomasso asks how they promote events - how do they know who are interested i.

j.

Over 50 people went to the event at the university club - APICS paid for the space and university gave a discount, also students paid for tickets

Senator Ismail asks about other ways of fundraising if don't get recognized i.

i.

Motion passes unanimously

By a vote of 21- 1- 0, APICS is now an SGA Recognized Club

Comptroller Kutsch moves for a 5 minute recess for more pizza and discussion with APICS 1.

Motion seconded

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2. Motion passes unanimously B.

S.A.2017.82.001 i.

Chairperson Denton speaks about 4 questions for fall voting ballot 1.

ii.

Senator Crofts asks about what the yearbook question is 1.

iii.

President Cinquemani answers that there are copies leftover so want to see if it’s necessary to have so many print copies

Senator Ismail asks if New York times has been asked about 1.

iv.

New York times subscription, Dining, physical yearbook interest, Fitness center equipment

Yes, we got results, want to see if students are satisfied with changes

Senator Craig moves to remove question one about the New York Times 1.

Senator Chiagozie seconds the motion

2.

Objections

3.

Debate: a.

b.

Senator Craig for: i.

She wants to know how people feel because it was tested already, saw how people felt and made a change, need time to let people adjust

ii.

Yields time to Senator Crofts 1.

Can move questions to SAW because later in semester people will know

2.

Yields time to the Chair

Comptroller Kutsch against: i.

New York Times has been an issue dealt with in the past, and want to calculate how many copies to keep having - its a big funding issue so gaining student responses soon is important

ii.

Also SAW surgery responses take forever to receive

iii.

Yields time to Senator Ramirez: 1.

c.

Senator Narain for: i.

d.

e.

SAW is a long survey and the question will make students aware of issue

No new points

Chairperson Denton against: i.

It was a significant decrease in copies and has noticed they’re going plus a lot of correspondence with New York Times so might as well continue with now

ii.

Yields time to the Chair

Vote:

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i. 4. v.

vi.

Senator Crofts moves to amend question 1 by italicizing “New York Times”

Senator Ramirez moves to skip debate to pass all 4 questions for the ballot: 1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

Vote 1.

VII.

By a vote of 4-18-0 the motion does not pass

Motion passes unanimously

Executive Board Reports A.

President—R. Cinquemani i.

Introduces our new Advisor Denise Boneta 1.

ii.

Board of Trustees update

iii.

U Senate is focusing on middle state accreditation process and will ask for student volunteers - 2 year commitment

iv.

Defamation Experience - diversity training - clay thing and will have discussion about religion and race - inspire conversation 1.

v. B.

Gave her background and education - emphasis on social justice and education work

Collaboration with OSAPA, RHA and other orgs

Admissions wants SGA to table at open houses - look out for sign ups

Vice President—A. Normandin i.

Intercultural Caucus - she and Rita went and talked with leaders of multicultural, interfaith and politically/socially active clubs - discuss upcoming events and programs and do training - this week : recruitment strategies and Defamation Experience

ii.

Today was Fresh Check Day

iii.

HCLAS has a new Dean - Dean Rifkin and he wants to connect - starting SAC (Student Advisory Council) for HCLAS - is looking for volunteers - meet 3 times a semester for about an hour to hear about experiences, classes, and professors 1.

Send Vice President Normandin an email if interested at SGA_VicePresident@pride.hofstra.edu a.

C.

D.

There is a short application but he is interested in SGA students in particular

Comptroller—M. Kutsch i.

Calculated rollback with gaby’s help and made process more efficient

ii.

Will keep chairs updated on their balances

Secretary—A. Gieger i.

Fill out survey of basic Senator information

VIII. Committee Chair Reports

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A.

Appropriations—S. Read i.

Saw 5 clubs: see minutes for clubs and exact allocation values

ii.

Senator Crofts asks about DPhiE at appropriations 1.

iii.

B.

C.

They fall under 5% rule and can receive funding if found to be campus wide event decided this was not and did not receive funding

Senator Crofts moves to pass the Appropriations Minutes 1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

Club Relations—A. Radeva i.

Priority is logistics of clubs moving into new office spaces: furniture and computers

ii.

Next week is office space check - will do this with Denise

iii.

Logistics on swipe access - working on approving requests

iv.

Club monitoring assignment- will compile a database on all SGA recognized clubs - have all information in one place and stay in constant communication with clubs on needs and updates

v.

The club office space rules included in policy series will be hung on office doors to avoid the “we didn’t know” confusion

vi.

Senator Narain moves to pass the Club Relations Minutes 1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

Public Relations—I. Hinson i.

SAW promotional video- get pictures and mini facetime video of senators plus all of senate saying “thank you” to students

ii.

Canva trainings for clubs

iii.

Chairs will send info for tabling for Facetime with SGA

iv.

PR form people can fill out so all information is in one place

v.

Give aways, finals survival kits ideas

vi.

Build a friend is “Let it snow” themed and upping amount of animals to 400 from 300 in past years 1.

Senator Ramirez asks about stuffing issues a.

It will be individualized so each animal comes with set amount of stuffing

vii. Senator Farooqui moves to pass the Public Relations Minutes

D.

1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

Spirit—C. Tomasso i.

Midnight Madness - Thursday, Nov. 2nd in pride lounge hopefully so Senate can attend after senate

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1. ii.

Pride expo: SGA will not do an expo- just have a table with activities and give-aways

iii.

Sprit board - in hall across from SGA board and will utilize that

iv.

SGA plaque - is in conference room and SGA will get one and submit one to be in the pride den with other clubs and orgs

v.

Pride rock - controversial but thinking about appearance and purpose 1.

vi.

E.

Got in cool shirts

More info to come but will go with “pride block” - will be tall and have Hofstra advertisements and campus stuff on it

Senator Ismail moves to pass the Spirit Minutes 1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

Student Services—D. Denton i.

A lot about programming for Defamation Experience- tables, bonding activities

ii.

SAW and Public Safety event are being worked on

iii.

Family Weekend Committee wants volunteers for their committee- interact with DSA and leadership opportunity 1.

Email Chairperson Denton and she will forward your info to DSA

iv.

APO, Newman, Hillel, and IVCF will work with SGA for Hurricane Harvey (and potentially FL now) relief

v.

Senator Crofts asks who Margot Davis is 1.

vi.

She is interested in becoming an associate

Senator Ismail moves to pass the Student Services Minutes 1.

Motion seconded

2.

Motion passes unanimously

IX.

For the Good of the Order

X.

Announcements

XI.

Snap Cup

Senator Crofts moves to Adjourn the Senate Meeting Motion is seconded Motion passes unanimously Senate Meeting Adjourned at 8:01pm

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Minutes of the 82nd Cabinet Hofstra University Student Government Association

September 20, 2017 SGA Conference Room Meeting Called to Order at 8:09 p.m. I.

President Updates A.

University Senate i.

Student Affairs Committee (SAC) met this week 1. Proposed initiative: free New York Times to all University (grad as well) a. SGA already provides for said services and will reassess ideathis will free up SGA budget if USenate wants to work with the university and take that on i. Division of Student Affairs used to pay- logistics of student activities fee- SGA had the money for it when it started 2. Grad students in clubs/orgs a. Preliminary stages looking at how grad students can get involved with undergrad clubs or create their own; even potential increase in grad activities fee for grads to be involved and would also create need for grad reps in SGA

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b. Also long term- merge SAC and SGA’s Student Services Committee (because they have similar initiatives) so they would have grad representation through that B.

Gala Legislation i.

Briona from BSU will draft rules to bring to Senate

ii.

Concerns about how student leaders don’t have representation at gala unless they have connection to admin 1. Want to request money from appropriations for gala tables 2. Want to create a resolution to DSA to create raffle for leftover tickets or ones paid for and then people drop out/cancel 3. Consideration: Student Leadership Awards nominees will automatically be entered into raffle 4. Students get a discount for a table already 200/student; 400/alumni

II.

Vice President Updates a.

Sam Kloeckener from OSLE wants to have reps for NYC blood drive come to Senate to talk about increase in engagement with blood drive - is this worth it to have a focus group for them - become educated so that the i.

Want us to help them with PR and being educated about blood drive

ii.

Comptroller Kutsch inputs that it’s minimal effort for Chairperson Hinson to schedule a post 1.

Also suggested adding it to club leader trainings or club leader emails as a suggested volunteer event that orgs can get credit for

iii.

Chairperson Labrie and Chairperson Tomasso agree we should listen to them and get information and can help inform students 1.

Vice President Normandin says will keep to half an hour

III. New Business

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a.

Open House: sign ups at Senate to represent SGA to incoming freshmen

IV. Matters at Hand a.

Chairperson Radeva updates on club office spaces i.

Broken windows are main concern; rearrangement of furniture; also slight changes to assignments

ii.

Yearbook recruiting - email undergrads and Comptroller Kutsch will help with setup in relation to accounting of club

iii.

Will bring policy series to rules on Monday to later present to senate

iv.

President Cinquemani asks if all orgs are moved in 1.

No, will send an update on this as well as on work orders that have to be submitted; along with updates on new signs and which can be reused

v. b.

Chairperson Radeva selected an Inclusion Ambassador: Senator Tadbiri

Chairperson Tomasso Spirit updates i.

Pride expo - will go to Rules with questions as a Senatorial Action for a survey and will get a table close to the entrance

ii.

1.

use Entertainment Unlimited’s popcorn machine (thanks Rob)

2.

Survey is on club and event related issues

3.

People who do survey will be entered in raffle for gift card

Pride expo will be in parking lot 1.

iii.

Need to clarify tents or not in case it rains

Pride Unleashed week 1.

Schedule is set- will send to Imani; will get shirts to hand out as prize wheel and at games

iv.

IT said we can change the portal for events! 1.

Midnight Madness is no problem- it’s one night

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2.

Pride Unleashed week - hard to do it for a whole week a.

3.

Have to figure out which dates

Academics and Study Abroad use the Announcements on the side bar - SGA can submit something to be there as well

v.

President Cinquemani asks about Service Chair 1.

Tomasso says don’t want to use the position - only for Dance Marathon, Relay, and Shake a Rake and that’s not necessary

c.

Chairperson Read Appropriations Updates i.

First Treasurer Training is this Friday at 1 in plaza West - will put notes on club office doors and appropriations schedules under their doors 1.

ii.

Will request a mass email from Denise to send to clubs about

Not a lot of interest in Appropriations meetings - not a lot of signups 1.

Think cause is turnover (new leaders don’t know) also it’s the beginning of the year

2.

Comptroller Kutsch said we can evaluate the amount and to push over

d.

Chairperson Denton Student Services Committee Updates i.

SAW is scheduled and her and Sam from AAD are collaborating

ii.

Indoor field day with Public Safety - SGA should support this

iii.

Commuter Lounge: the board down there is SGA’s 1.

SGA didn’t use it but is requesting key so they can put up commuter related events

e.

Chairperson Hinson Public Relations Updates i.

Build a Friend - will be in Hof USA - forms will be signed 1.

Bears are coming

2.

Dates for planning pictures

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a.

Vice President Normandin suggests during Senate retreat on Sept. 30

3.

Canva Training - (rm 141 Nov. 13 and Oct. 2) need clubs to actually sign up so can decide about getting food for it

4.

Day of Dialogue: Senator Firooz mentioned an “I am” poster a.

People write what they identify on a paper and they’ll make a whole chain

b.

Ask Denton about getting Student Services involved with Day of Dialoge i.

Vice President Normandin says: all Chairpeople email President Cinquemani and Vice President Normandin anything they want sent to the whole student body to compile an email

f.

Comptroller Kutsch Updates i.

Issues with Comptroller Laptop - doesn’t work very well but needs it in order to have access to database 1.

Looking into quotes for a new laptop with the processing power to be able to work with database

2.

Vice President Normandin suggests talking to Mike Devlin

3.

IRCB - gauging interest - send Comptroller Kutsch an email if they want in

4. g.

Will send out Balance Reminders to Chairpeople

Chairperson Labrie Rules Updates i.

Elections 1.

Requests Chairperson Hinson posts again to get the word out and also drafted email with Denise to send to clubs about voting

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ii.

Appointed Ethics and Conduct Chair: Senator Chiagozie

iii.

Appointed Archivist: Senator Farooqui

iv.

Club leader packets had outdated information - went through the whole packet and made changes for relevance and formatting

v.

Vice President Normandin asks about giving information to new senators 1.

V.

Chairperson Labrie will have information

For the Good of the Order

Comptroller Kutsch moves to Adjourn the Cabinet Meeting Motion is seconded Motion passes unanimously Cabinet Meeting Adjourned at 9:24 pm

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Appropriations Minutes F17 Weekly Meeting 2 09/19/17 Meeting Commenced

6:30 PM

Attendance Attended

Senator Timothy Grief Senator Mana Tadbiri Comptroller Max Kutsch Chair Read

Club Baseball Requested:

$5,060.33

Pitching Machine, New Bats, Uniform Shirts, Coaches Fees, and Field Permits Allocated:

$3,760.38

Pitching Machine

$1,299.95

$0.00

New Bats

$1,012.38

$1,012.38

Coaches Fees

$1,250.00

$1,250.00

Uniform Shirts

$250.00

$250.00

Field Permits

$1,248.00

$1,248.00

Women's Club Lacrosse Requested:

$1,250.00

Coaches Fee Allocated: Coaches Fee

$1,250.00 $1,250.00

$1,250.00

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Women's Rugby Requested:

$2,288.04

Game Shorts & Socks, New Paltz Game, Athletic Trainers, Referee Fees, New York Sevens, Ice Packs, Stonybrook Game, and New York Sevens Registration. Allocated:

$2,288.04

Game Shorts and Socks

$125.93

$125.93

New Paltz Game

$500.76

$500.76

New Paltz Game

$295.17

$295.17

New Paltz Game

$91.26

$91.26

Athletic Trainers

$390.00

$390.00

Referee Fees

$90.00

$90.00

New York Sevens

$116.41

$116.41

Ice Packs

$17.76

$17.76

Stonybrook Game

$185.75

$185.75

New York Sevens Registration

$475.00

$475.00

Women's Ultimate Frisbee Requested:

$2,094.80

Huck for Red October Hotels, Northeast College Hotels, and Yale Coffee Cup Hotels Allocated:

$1,708.48

Huck for Red October Hotels

$782.71

$662.94

Northeast College Hotel

$636.58

$519.94

Yale Coffee Cup Hotels

$675.51

$525.60

Total for Category Meeting Adjourned

Requested:

Allocated:

$7,855.00

8:05 PM

Total Requested

$10,693.17

Total Allocated

$9,006.90

Percent Allocated

$11,580.00

84.23%

Respectfully Submitted, Sandra Read Appropriations Chair

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Club Relations Minutes F17 Weekly Meeting #2 9/19/17 Meeting Commenced

6:17 PM

Attendance Attended

Senator Brandon Crofts Senator Dana Craig Senator Janet Narain Chair Aleksandra Radeva

Visiting

President Cinquemani Vice President Normandin

Absent

Senator Mike Amadio (excused)

1) Chair’s update on club issues a. Campus Feminist Collective b. Nexus c. Campus Feminist Collective & Hofstra Gospel Ensemble d. Computers situation update 2) Club office space matters a. Office checks with Denise on 9/20/2017 at 11AM b. Possible room change for some clubs’ offices due to inability to share the space c. SGA storage space discussion 3) Update from President Cinquemani and Vice President Normandin on issues related to the Club Relation’s Committee activity 4) Change to Policy Series regarding clubs’ office hours a. Will be brought to Rules on 9/25/2017 b. Intended to go to Senate on 9/28/2017

Meeting Adjourned

7:39 PM

Respectfully Submitted, Aleksandra Radeva Club Relations Chair

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Public Relations Minutes F17 Weekly Meeting #2 09/18/17 Meeting Commenced 6:31 PM Attendance Attended Senator Donia Firooz Senator Rosaria Rielly Chairwoman Hinson I.

II. III.

IV.

V.

SAW a. Poster Board- remember to take survey, Happy Student Appreciation Week i. Creative services ii. Nov 13-17 b. Video Commuter lounge bulletin board i. Ideas- Social media advertising, events fliers for other clubs Defamation experience i. October 25th ii. Ideas- identity collage 1. Poster- I am…. a. *Chain-link* Build- A- Friend a. Shirt logo November 13th b. Animals choice based off of new information i. #196- “Icicle”-Snowman ii. #224- “Pillow Bed”-reindeer iii. #279- “Chilly”-Polar Bear iv. #147- “Baby”-White Seal Taking down of Photo board a. New ideas for upcoming photo board

Meeting Adjourned

(7:00) PM

Respectfully Submitted, (Public Relations Chairwoman Imani Hinson)

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Rules Minutes F17 Weekly Meeting 2 9/18/17 Meeting Commenced

6:45 PM

Attendance Attended

Senator Zain Farooqui Senator Lily Chiagozie Senator Carissa Ramirez (late) Chairman Alex Labrie

Absent

I.

A Word on Fall Elections A. 21 finished packets turned in and checked out with Denise in OSLE i. One potential new student has since informed me she will not be running anymore B. Emails sent out to all 21 students asking for bios and photos i. 14 have been received ii. Follow-up reminder email has been sent out to hopefully attain the remaining 6. C. Pushing to get SGA members to sign up to table during the two election days II. Ethics and Conduct Chair A. Ran through responsibilities i. Office hours, absences from meetings and senate, etc. B. Senator Chiagozie appointed the position III. Archivist A. Ran through responsibilities i. Making edits to archive, bringing laptop to senate, etc. B. Senator Farooqui appointed the position IV. Updates to New Club Leader Packet A. Comptroller Kutsch brought it to the committee’s attention that there is some outdated information contained in the New Club Leader Packets that are handed out at club elections. i. Decided it is good practice to constantly be checking through SGA materials to ensure we are never distributing false information. B. All committee members reviewed packets in their entirety and made edits.

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Meeting Adjourned

7:30 PM

Respectfully Submitted, Rules Chairman Labrie

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Spirit Minutes F17 Weekly Meeting 2 9/19/17 Meeting Commenced Attendance Attended

6:35 PM Senator Arbaaz Khan Senator Rana Ismail Chair Tomasso

Absent • •

• •

Senator Victoria Buckley

Pride Expo Survey Questions Pride Unleashed Week Layout o Monday – Prize Wheel o Tuesday – Bingo o Wednesday – Pep Rally o Thursday – Cotton Candy & Popcorn o Friday – Game o Sunday – Game IT Update!! Spirit Board

Meeting Adjourned

7:18 PM

Respectfully Submitted, Chairperson Tomasso

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Student Services Minutes F17 Weekly Meeting #2 9/19/17 Meeting Commenced Attendance Attended

5:33 PM Senator Carissa Ramirez Senator Gabby Spann Senator Basil Gordon (late- excused) Chairperson Deandra Denton

I. II. a. b. c. d. e. III. a. b.

Bonding Activity (High, Low, Butterfly) Student Appreciation Week New date Current Schedule Video Design for T-shirts Updates (“Start your day with DSA�, Club Collaboration Event) Bike Share Program Campus is not large enough for this program Where on campus could the bike stations be placed? Stations would have to be easily accessible. c. Consensus that there is not a significant use of bikes on campus

IV. BreakBuddy Program a. Perhaps this would be of interest to commuter students b. Would be beneficial for classmates c. Have to identify ways to help bridge the gap between commuter and residential students d. Work with Public Relations committee and Anita Ellis to promote commuting student related events V. Public Safety Event a. September 25th from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm in Fitness Center b. Working to bridge gap between students and public safety personnel c. 5 to 6 activities (e.g., can jam, mummy, obstacle course, etc.) d. Looking for volunteers e. Email Chairperson Denton by Thursday at 6 pm if interested in volunteering VI. Questions Meeting Adjourned

6:02 PM

Respectfully Submitted, Deandra Denton Student Services Chairperson

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