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MOLINA • SHALLOW • GIBSON

FALL 2016 • SPRING 2017


Editor Tony Nguyen Photographers Lauren Alsina Julia Crabtree Nicholas Kielbasa Cole Popper Sarah Williams Student Government Association FSU Photo Lab Writers Lauren Alsina Mackenzie Cesar Kelley Cunningham My An Le Sarah Williams Designers Mackenzie Cesar Kelley Cunningham My An Le Kuan Ni Tony Nguyen Isaias Oliver Elizabeth Wang Project Supervisor Tony Nguyen SGA Today Annual is an annual publication of Student Publications, an Affiliated Project of the Student Government Association of Florida State University. Information compiled in this publication has been reported to Student Publications by their respective student leaders. SGA Today Annual Vol. 5 For more information, please contact Media Specialist Tony Nguyen at tmnguyen@fsu.edu Student Publications A302 Oglesby Union (850) 645-0160 Available in alternative format for special accommodations upon request.


TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Branch.............................................................................. 8 Golden Tribe Lecture Series.......................................................... 12 MLK Week.........................................................................................14 Legislative Branch.......................................................................... 18 Congress of Graduate Students...................................................40 Judicial Branch...............................................................................50 Office of Elections............................................................................51 All Agency Advance........................................................................54 Asian American Student Union....................................................56 Black Student Union......................................................................62 Hispanic/Latino Student Union....................................................68 Pride Student Union....................................................................... 76 Veterans Student Union.................................................................84 Women Student Union...................................................................88 Freshman Leadership Institute.....................................................96 Transfer Leadership Institute........................................................98 Class Councils...............................................................................100 Office of Governmental Affairs....................................................102 Office of Entrepreneurship & Innovation...................................102 Student Sustainability Initiative..................................................103 Office of Servant Leadership.......................................................103 Inter-Residence Hall Council.......................................................104 Center for Participant Education................................................104 Student Council for Undergraduate Research & Creativity....104 Medical Response........................................................................ 107 WVFS Radio Sation...................................................................... 107 Union Board..................................................................................108 Campus Recreation......................................................................109 Student Publications.....................................................................110 Homecoming.................................................................................112 Seminole Allies & Safe Zones.......................................................114 SGA Staff........................................................................................116 #PowerofWe.................................................................................. 123


EXECUTIVE BRANCH

JUDICIAL BRANCH

Internal Affairs

GOLDEN TRIBE

HEADLINERS

HOMECOMING

UNION BOARD

CAMPUS RECREATION

ALLIES & SAFE ZONES

SGA ACCOUNTING

OTHER ENTITIES

Deputy Supervisors of Elections

Supervisor of Elections

ELECTIONS COMMISSION

ELECTIONS

CLERK OF THE COURT

STUDENT DEFENDER

ATTORNEY GENERAL

JUSTICES

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH CHIEF OF STAFF

CHIEF JUSTICE

STUDENT BODY VICE PRESIDENT

STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT STUDENT BODY TREASURER

Deputy Chief of Staff

SENATE PRESIDENT SENATE PRO TEMPORE

AGENCIES

CABINET Academic Affairs Arts Co-Collegiate Affairs Community Affairs Diversity and Inclusion

Office of Governmental Affairs

Programming

Fraternity and Sorority

Inter-Residence Hall Council

Student Government Research

STEM Development

Public Relations

TRANSFER LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

FRESHMAN LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

Sophomore Class Council

Junior Class Council

Senior Class Council

CLASS COUNCILS

Office of Servant Leadership

Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Office of Student Sustainability Initiative

Student Council for Undergraduate Research and Creativity

The Center for Participant Education

BUREAUS

Veterans Student Union

Women Student Union

Pride Student Union

Hispanic/Latino Student Union

Black Student Union

Asian American Student Union

Deputy Treasurer

The mission of the Student Government Association (SGA) is to provide FSU students with representation, services, and advocacy within the university structure. The SGA provides quality leadership for, and accountability to, its constituency by recognizing that strength arises from diversity, engagement, and dialogue.

Student Government Webmaster

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Student Publications

First Responder Unit

SAFE Bus

Child Development Center

AFFILIATED PROJECTS

STUDENT SENATE Budget Finance Judiciary Student Affairs Internal Affairs Rules & Calendar

FUNDING BOARDS Resources for Travel Allocations Committee (RTAC) Programming Allocations Committee (PAC)

LEGISLATIVE AIDES CONGRESS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS COGS Supplemental Allocations Committee (C-SAC) Medical School Council (MSC) Law School Council (LSC) Presentation and Attendance Grants International Presentation Grants


BILLBill 2016 ALLOCATION 2016 Budget Allocation ORGANIZATION

DEPT ID

SALARY

OPS WAGES

CONT. SERV.

EXPENSE

FOOD

OTHER

TOTAL

SGA OFFICES COLLEGE LEADERSHIP COUNCILS

18,000

18,000

8,600

ELECTIONS

241-028

8,000

300

300

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

241-002

28,820

11,000

EXECUTIVE PROJECTS

241-010

70,000

70,000

HOMECOMING

241-003

335,000

335,000

LECTURE SERIES

241-009

SGA ACCOUNTING & ADVISING

241-001

SGA ADMINISTRATION

241-000

SGA SALARY ACCOUNT

239-002

SENATE BRANCH

241-004

SENATE PROJECTS

241-005

SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL

241-038

SUPREME COURT

241-007

6,000

AASU

241-023

3,542

BSU

241-024

3,542

HLSU

241-025

PRIDE

39,820

112,500

112,500 9,000

12,000

631,000 7,346

21,500

500

40,000

40,000

6,000

637,000

3,500

13,346

2,500

45,000

45,000 7,500

1,500

10,500

600

400

7,000

12,000

6,800

3,700

26,042

16,000

9,100

4,000

32,642

3,542

11,100

7,500

3,900

26,042

241-026

3,542

12,000

8,000

2,000

25,542

VSU

241-056

3,542

7,000

5,000

1,000

16,542

WSU

241-021

3,542

10,000

6,600

3,000

23,142

CPE

241-018

1,208

2,000

800

200

4,208

IRHC

241-020

1,208

500

3,000

800

5,508

OEI

241-057

1,208

GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

241-016

2,335

42,000

6,370

800

51,505

SERVANT LEADERSHIP

241-032

1,208

3,000

8,600

800

13,608

STUDENT SUSTAINABILITY

241-053

1,208

3,000

200

4,408

SCURC

241-052

1,208

8,500

600

10,308

5,615

13,800

19,415

18,000

18,000

1,500

AGENCIES

BUREAUS

3,208

2,000

AFFILIATED PROJECTS 198,000

CHILD CARE CENTER

241-015

MEDICAL RESPONSE UNIT

241-040

198,000

SAFE

241-012

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS

241-011

38,520

35,000

73,520

WVFS V-89

241-013

35,275

18,000

53,275

FUNDING BOARDS Organizational Fund

241-033

5,000

5,000

PAC -PROGRAMS

241-047

60,000

60,000

RTAC - TRAVEL

241-036

SPORT CLUB COUNCIL SAP (Academic Programs)

241-034

60,000

60,000

102,500

102,500

15,000

15,000

565,000

565,000

OTHER REQUESTS COGS CTR FOR GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT

TOTAL SGA

244-000 57,319

6,000

886,319

175,411

63,319

229,600

1,516,470

26,200

0

2,834,000

UNION

4,687,000

4,687,000

CAMPUS RECREATION

5,646,000

5,646,000

400,000

400,000

Overhead Assessment TOTAL

886,319

175,411

229,600

12,249,470

26,200

0

13,567,000


Student Government Association MOLINA • SHALLOW • GIBSON Dear Seminoles, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

Welcome to our community. For the rest of your life, employers, friends, and family will ask you where you spent your undergraduate career. The words “Florida StateMolina University” will resonate with you for years to come, ! Shallow ! Gibson Collaboration, Purposethe meaning behind these regardless of your experience. YouDynamism, get to decide enduring words, a process that starts in this moment. We would like you to live a full life during your time with us, to make Dear Interested Applicant: the most of every resource and to challenge yourself. The Student Thank you for actively contributing our Student Government students Association.in Asorder members Government Association aims to to unite and represent to of the Molina/Shallow/Gibson Administration, we intend to use our resources to the fullest make those opportunities for growth available in every aspect. The power extent. In the next year we will move swiftly and efficiently and we hope you will join our ofcollective studentmovement. collaboration and governance is evident in the activities and The goals we are working towards can enhance the molding of our student services that our Student Government Association provides and has the culture, making us more cohesive, forward thinking, and driven. potential to provide. This application is an opportunity for us to understand potential office holders of SGA, our partners in student objectives. In responding to the following questions and requests we ask that With the time mission of and thedisplay Student Government Association in mind, we are you take to reflect yourself to the best of your ability.

given an immediate and largely present sign of a core to our university: Please include of theour following in your complete the strength community. Fromapplication: our peers, professors, advisors, and • administrators, An up-to-date resume each member of the Florida State University community • At least 1 letter of recommendation is invested in the betterment of one another. As you navigate your time • Answers to questions 1-4 here, please use this idea to your advantage; please use the Student Upon submitting your application willadvantage. receive an email to schedule an interview time. Government Association toyou your

We encourage you to reach out beyond your comfort zone, reach out of your circles, and reach out to your peers in Student Government. A student Welcome to Student Government, connected to their university is one who is more likely to succeed! Best wishes as you embark on this journey of understanding. Stay inspired. In Seminole Pride,

Nathan Molina Nathan Molina Student Body President Student Body President 6 | SGA Today 2016 – 2017

Valerie Shallow Student Body Vice-President

Lee Gibson Student Body Treasurer


SGA MISSION

The mission of the Student Government Association (SGA) is to provide FSU students with representation, services, and advocacy within the university structure. The SGA provides quality leadership for, and accountability to, its constituency by recognizing that strength arises from diversity, engagement, and dialogue.

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ADVOCATE

• Negotiate a student discount with Uber • Expand mental health counseling resources • Fight for fee relief for graduate students • Increase support for the Student Disability Resource Center • Accept EBT on campus • Add College of Engineering workstations in Dirac • Support inclusiveness with a “One Tribe” University Diversity Campaign

ENGAGE

• Institute a hammock rental program for students • Create a Leach App to view gym occupancy • Expand the FSU Tranz Parking App to include surface lots • Develop bilingual orientation materials • Incorporate mid-term faculty evaluations to voice student concerns • Create a voting precinct in Strozier for the 2016 election • Establish an SGA online petition system for students • Co-Sponsor Athletic Gold Letter Games

INSPIRE

• Adopt Study Days before exam week • Allow students to substitute parking fees with community service hours • Lobby for expansions to the Oglesby Union • Create the tradition of a Seminole Heritage Week • Promote engagement in STEM majors for Women and Veterans • Expand research opportunities for undergraduates • Grow the student garden and inspire campus beautification

ADVANCE

• Ensure free blue books on finals week for students • Incorporate more vegan and vegetarian options on campus • Develop a 5 year ecological plan to reduce the university’s carbon footprint • Lobby to expand Bright Futures funding • Expand wireless chargers across campus • Introduce Redbox to campus • Increase the number of buses on routes • Institute a “Keep the Change” program for oncampus purchases to fund the student food pantry

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President’s Ice Cream Social

For 2016-2017 Student Body President, Nathan Molina, transparency and diverse student representation were at the forefront of his campaign. Starting his SGA career as a Senate clerk, he watched, listened, and learned about all the voices that needed to be heard here at FSU. When asked about his goals while he held office, Molina answered “to connect students, very simply.” Before stepping into office, Molina felt as though he knew what to expect out of the position; to be present, support events, movements, and the needs of students. He realized very quickly however the sheer weight of what all of that meant. “I felt all of the pressures each of the 42,000 students here on campus felt, successes, failures, stress.” He felt a responsibility come with these projections of expectations, and realized that the best remedy to this, was through community. While there were often shortages of supplies, funds, and other tangible materials often needed by organizations and students, there was no shortage of what he referred to as “Human Capitol,” or the experiences and stories unique to every student. Molina and his administration found that the greatest assets were experiences and advice that other students had, and so it became their mission to connect the student body so that this communication could transpire. This dialogue across campus between athletes and music majors and everything in between could alter outlooks and perspectives on life, allowing for problems or issues to be assessed and then brought to SGA to be addressed however need be. Successes that followed were great, particularly an aptitude test put together by students in conjunction with Billy Francis of VSU which helps returning veterans find an area of study that fits their wants and needs with accuracy. Molina hopes that the test will be expanded to help other students as well, and has bright hopes for the following administration, “I want people to feel connected to SGA across campus, and I would like to see that connection expand so that everyone [minorities, athletes, scholars,] can express their views confidently.


EXECUTIVE BRANCH The Executive Branch features a variety of offices designed to enhance our ability to serve students and improve student life.

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Nathan Molina Student Body President

Valerie Shallow Student Body Vice President

Ayele (Lee) Gibson Student Body Treasurer

EXECUTIVE CABINET

Not Pictured: William Boose (Deputy Chief of Staff, Secretary of Academic Affairs), Lauren Cremonese (Secretary of the Arts), Victoria Patton (Secretary of Community Affairs), Curtis Rahman (Secretary of Fraternity & Sorority), Sophia Gallo (Secretary of Public Relations), Cristina Chiodi (Secretary of Stem Development), Amanda Schell (Deputy Secretary of SGA Research), Erica Rivera (Homecoming Director), and Logan Knutson (Homecoming Assistant Director)

Wesley Sapp Chief of Staff

Isaac Urichko Deputy Treasurer

Hannah Bartholomew Secretary of Co-Collegiate Affairs

Housam Antoury Secretary of Diversity & Inclusion

Ashleigh Anderson Secretary of Internal Affairs

Frazer T. Collins Secretary of SGA Research SGA Today 2016 – 2017 | 9


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Spring 2016 SGA Inauguration

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

8/20

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Executive Branch Retreat


5/5

Nathan on ESPN about Seminole Resolution

COLLABORATION AWARD Sammie Moncerate Director of AASU

DYNAMISM AWARD

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Painting the Degraff Tunnel

Cristina Chiodi Secretary of STEM Development

PURPOSE AWARD James Doyle Director of OGAaaa

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GOLDEN TRIBE LECTURE SERIES The mission of the series is to engage students in issues and dialogue that will positively benefit their overall academic, scholastic, or humanitarian experience.

MARC LAMONT HILL

SOCIAL CRITIC & INTELLECTUAL JANUARY 17, 2017 Dr. Marc Lamont Hill is one of the leading intellectual voices in the country. He is currently the host of BET News and VH1 Live, as well as a political contributor for CNN. An award-winning journalist, Dr. Hill has received numerous prestigious awards from the National Association of Black Journalists, GLAAD, and the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Dr. Hill is Distinguished Professor of African American Studies at Morehouse College. Prior to that, he held positions at Columbia University and Temple University. Since his days as a youth in Philadelphia, Dr. Hill has been a social justice activist and organizer. He is a founding board member of My5th, a non-profit organization devoted to educating youth about their legal rights and responsibilities. He is also a board member and organizer of the Philadelphia Student Union. Dr. Hill also works closely with the ACLU Drug Reform Project, focusing on drug informant policy. Over the past few years, he has actively worked on campaigns to end the death penalty and to release numerous political prisoners. Ebony Magazine has named him one of America’s 100 most influential Black leaders. Dr. Hill is the author or co-author of four books: the award-winning Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity; The Classroom and the Cell: Conversations on Black life in America; Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on The Vulnerable from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond; and Gentrifier (January 2017). He has also published two edited books: Media, Learning, and Sites of Possibility; and Schooling Hip-Hop: New Directions in Hip-Hop Based Education. Trained as an anthropologist of education, Dr. Hill holds a Ph.D. (with distinction) from the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the intersections between culture, politics, and education.

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BARRY JENKINS

FSU ALUMNUS, WRITER, & FILMMAKER MARCH 31, 2017 Academy Award Winner Barry Jenkins was born and raised in Miami, FL. A Florida State University graduate, Jenkins’ feature film debut, Medicine For Melancholy, was hailed as one of the best films of 2009 by The New York Times and received several Independent Spirit and Gotham Award nominations. Jenkins’ second feature Moonlight was the best reviewed film of 2016 and winner of the Golden Globe for Best Picture (Drama). As well as earning eight Academy Award nominations, ten Broadcast Critics Choice Awards nominations, six Golden Globe nominations and four BAFTA nominations, Moonlight won Best Picture and Director at the Gotham Awards and Best International Film by the British Independent Film Awards. In addition to NYFCC and NBR awarding Jenkins Best Director and LAFCA naming him Best Director and the film Best Picture, Jenkins is the recipient of a DGA Best Director nomination and a WGA nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Upcoming projects include an adaptation of National Book Award winner Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad for television, which he will pen and direct. He’s also writing a script for a coming of age drama based on the life of the first American Female Olympic boxing champ Clarissa “T-Rex” Shields. Jenkins, who currently resides in Los Angeles, is a curator at the Telluride Film Festival and a United States Artists Smith Fellow.

PHILIP GLASS

COMPOSER MARCH 28, 2017 Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Philip Glass is a graduate of the University of Chicago and the Juilliard School. In the early 1960s, Glass spent two years of intensive study in Paris with Nadia Boulanger and while there, earned money by transcribing Ravi Shankar’s Indian music into Western notation. By 1974, Glass had a number of innovative projects, creating a large collection of new music for The Philip Glass Ensemble, and for the Mabou Mines Theater Company. This period culminated in Music in Twelve Parts, and the landmark opera, Einstein on the Beach for which he collaborated with Robert Wilson. Since Einstein, Glass has expanded his repertoire to include music for opera, dance, theater, chamber ensemble, orchestra, and film. His scores have received Academy Award nominations (Kundun, The Hours, Notes on a Scandal) and a Golden Globe (The Truman Show). In the past few years several new works were unveiled, including an opera on the death of Walt Disney, The Perfect American (co-commissioned by Teatro Real, Madrid and the English National Opera), a song cycle entitled, Ifé, written for Angelique Kidjo, a new touring production of Einstein and the publication of Glass’s memoir, ‘Words Without Music’, by Liveright Books. In May 2015, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, performed the world premiere of a double piano concerto Glass wrote for Katia and Marielle Labèque. In November of 2015, the Washington National Opera premiered a revised version of Glass’s opera, Appomattox, created in collaboration with librettist Christopher Hampton. SGA Today 2016 – 2017 | 13


MLK WEEK

JANUARY 17 - 21, 2017 MLK Week brings together the Florida State University community and allows us to think about, live, and continue the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. MLK Week allows us to celebrate our campus and the important role that it played on the civil rights movement and reflect on what contributions we can continue to make today to uphold the moral and social ideals of Dr. King and strive towards being a supportive and inclusive global community. The events feature reflection, service art, and our historical legacy. MLK Week is a University wide initiative and thus allows for multiple organizations, departments, and community groups to come together. Planning begins in the fall semester and members from Student Government Association Agencies, the Center for Leadership and Social Change, Golden Tribe Lecture Series, University Housing, and other areas meet bi-weekly to develop programs for the week. There are varying goals for the events that happen during MLK Week but overall we hope to engage with the campus community and to promote the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and celebrate his contributions to our world. There were several well-attended events that happened this year during MLK Week, but I think we are most proud of the attendance and engagement during the Dinner Dialogue event as well as the Golden Tribe Lecture Series event featuring Dr. Marc Lamont Hill. There were over 600 guests in attendance at his lecture. The MLK Week coordinators hope to see all of the programs grow and for the campus community to continue to engage in meaningful ways. We plan to continue to work with campus and community partners for future events and celebrations.

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January 17 – 21, 2017 • sga.fsu.edu/mlk_week #UnfoldingtheDream | @FSUMLKWEEK Visit the website for service opportunities, community events, and ongoing activities. MONDAY

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Dare to Dream Festival

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM • Cascades Park

The event will follow the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial march that happens each year in Tallahassee. The festival will allow the community to gather in fellowship while celebrating the life and legacy of the Civil Rights Movement leader and peace activist, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is a way to celebrate his dream and inspire others to pursue their own dreams.

Hosted by the Martin Luther King Dare to Dream Association, Inc., Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority, Cumulus Broadcasting, The City of Tallahassee, and CRA. TUESDAY

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Dinner Dialogue 5:30 PM

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Hosted by Seminole Torchbearers and the Center for Leadership & Social Change. TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

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ALL Ages Dr. Marc Lamont Hill is one of the leading intellectual voices in the country. He is currently the host of BET News and a political contributor for CNN. He is the former host of the nationally syndicated television show Our World With Black Enterprise and the inaugural host of Huff Post Live, as well as a former political contributor to Fox News Channel. An award-winning journalist, Dr. Hill has received numerous prestigious awards from the National Association of Black Journalists, GLAAD, and the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Trained as an anthropologist of education, Dr. Hill holds a Ph.D. (with distinction) from the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the intersections between culture, politics, and education.

Hosted by the Golden Tribe Lecture Series and MLK Week Celebration Committee. For more information about ticketing policies, please visit goldentribe.fsu.edu.

Join us as we continue to Unfold the Dream at Market Wednesday through an interactive quest! There will be several stations, each of which will involve specific activities such as trivia wheel, social media check-in, and more. Participation can be completed as a RSO or as an individual. Successful participation will make you or your RSO eligible for prizes! As always, we’ll have a DJ as well as special performances from various student organizations.

The Untold Story: Re-Envisioning the Chapters of Our Past Doors: 6:00 PM • Event: 6:30 PM Florida State University Ballrooms

Hosted by the six Student Government Agencies, “The Untold Story: Re Envisioning the Chapters of our Past” is an artistic showcase with a variety of multi-sensory experiences in the forms of music, spoken word, visual art, film, dance, and other forms of creative expression. The artistic pieces will focus on re envisioning events and people surrounding the social movements of our past and how they relate to issues our respective communities face today.

MLK High School Scholars As a part of the FSU MLK Celebration Week, The Center for Leadership & Social Change welcomes Leon County high school students to be recognized as “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholars”. Selected students from Leon County high schools will join facilitators from FSU, FAMU, and TCC for a half day full of dialogue and sharing of experiences.

Hosted by the Florida State University Police Department and The Center for Leadership and Social Change

Doors 6:00 PM • Event 7:00 PM FREE for everyone (priority admission given to FSU students with valid ID)

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM • Oglesby Union Courtyard

Hosted by the Student Government Association Agencies THURSDAY

An Evening with Marc Lamont Hill Ruby Diamond Concert Hall

Market Wednesday MLK Week Celebration

Hosted by the MLK Week Celebration Committee & SOAR Board

MLK Dinner Dialogue will provide students, faculty, staff, and Tallahassee community members the opportunity to interact with Marc Lamont Hill, the 2017 MLK Celebration keynote speaker. Students, faculty, staff, and community members will share a meal as well as dialogue amongst each other. If you are interested in submitting an online form, please do so here: http://bit.ly/2gPxX6p

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WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

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Community Policing

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM • Globe Auditorium Join the FSU Police Department and local law enforcement leaders from our community for an interactive and fun workshop on how to positively engage with law enforcement officers and to learn about community policing.

Hosted by the Florida State University Police Department THURSDAY

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MLK Block Party

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM • Courtyard Commons You are cordially invited to attend the MLK Block Party! There will be snacks, games and opportunities for you to learn about resources available to the FSU community. The Conversation Couch, hosted by Project Conversation will also be there to discuss current events.

Hosted by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, Center for Global Engagement, Askew Student Life Center and University Housing THURSDAY JANUARY 19 7:15 & 10:15 PM FRIDAY JANUARY 20 7:15 PM SATURDAY JANUARY 21 7:15 & 10:15 PM

Loving

Student Life Cinema at the Askew Student Life Center Admission is FREE for All The story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, whose challenge of their anti-miscegenation arrest for their marriage in Virginia led to a legal battle that would end at the US Supreme Court.

Hosted by the MLK Week Celebration Committee and the Student Life Cinema

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MLK Dare to Dream Festival

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Dinner Dialogue


1/18

Market Wednesday MLK Week Celebration

1/19

MLK Block Party

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TIM & JILL MEENAN AWARD Erica Charles

RUSSELL HELLEIN AWARD Kyle Hill

CHAIR OF THE YEAR Aniqua Hendricks

SENATE ETHICS AWARD Taylor Ney

NEW SENATOR OF THE YEAR Andrew Reiter

SENATOR OF THE YEAR Mel Theodore

SENATORS OF THE MONTH September 2016 Andrew Reiter November 2016 Peter Kruetzer January 2017 Shawn Whyte February 2017 Mel Theodore Taylor Ney March 2017 Caleb Dawkins April 2017 Megan Hughes

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH The Student Senate is the legislative body that serves as the primary liaison between the administration and the student body.

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68TH SENATE PRESIDENT & PRO TEMPORE

Erin Lusaka Senate President Arts & Sciences Seat 8

Justin Ravelo Senate Pro Tempore Arts & Sciences Seat 6

68TH SENATE COMMITTEE CHAIRS

Kyle Hill Budget Committee Chair

Omar Pimentel Budget Committee Vice-Chair

John E. Walker Finance Committee Chair

Kelly O’Keefe Internal Affairs Committee Chair

Andrew Reiter Internal Affairs Committee Vice-Chair

Giacomo Billisi Judiciary Committee Chair

Maxwell Martin Judiciary Committee Vice Chair

Wilkerson Joseph RTAC Chair

Megan Hughes PAC Chair

Brittaney Pratt Senate Clerk

Shawn Whyte Senate Clerk

Not Pictured: Lily Shelton (Parliamentarian), Michael Auddie (Sargeant at Arms), Richardson Gaston (Sargeant at Arms), Mel (Imelda) Theodore (Finance Committee Vice-Chair), Rochardson Gaston (Student Affairs Committee Chair), Marvel Joseph (Student Affairs Committee Vice-Chair) 20 | SGA Today 2016 – 2017


68TH STUDENT SENATE

Hannah McLaughlin Arts & Sciences Seat 1

Megan Hughes Arts & Sciences Seat 3

Roderick Moore Arts & Sciences Seat 3 (Summer)

Samreena Farooqui Arts & Sciences Seat 5

Jesse Marks Arts & Sciences Seat 5 (Summer)

Kayleigh Lewis Arts & Sciences Seat 7

Quinn Solomon Arts & Sciences Seat 9

Andrew Sikora Arts & Sciences Seat 2

Wilkerson Joseph Arts & Sciences Seat 10

DeShawn Simpkins Business Seat 1

Derrick Scott Business Seat 3

Michelle Quinn Business Seat 5

Andres Sidelnik Business Seat 5 (Summer)

Kaitlin King Business Seat 2

Parker Eastland Business Seat 4

Nicolas Gonzales Business Seat 6

Kaitlin Matthews Communication & Information Seat 1

Madeline Holzmann Engineering Seat 1

James Michael Moorhead Engineering Seat 1

Andrew Reiter Engineering Seat 2

Not Pictured: Aniqua Hendricks (Arts & Sciences Seat 4), Cartiana Bell (Arts & Sciences Seat 4 (Summer)), Mel (Imelda) Theodore (Arts & Sciences Seat 12), JLaura Smith (Business Seat 3), Anthony Kelleher (Communication & Information Seat 2)

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68TH STUDENT SENATE

Emmanuel Ichite Human Sciences Seat 2

Zachary Perry Human Sciences Seat 4

Brian LaBrec Music Seat 1

Kelly O’Keefe Social Sciences Seat 1

Shelby Graham Social Sciences Seat 3

Maxwell Martin Social Sciences Seat 2

Alliyah Brown Social Sciences Seat 4

Devyn Nixon Social Sciences Seat 6

Jerome Abbott Education Seat 1

Phoenix Barker Education Seat 1

Brianna Bland Criminology Seat 1

Jennie O’Hara Criminology Seat 2

Lauren Mix Nursing Seat 1

James Stage Graduate Studies Seat 1

Kathryn (Katy) Sartain Undergraduate Studies Seat 1

John E. Walker Undergraduate Studies Seat 1 (Summer)

Not Pictured: William Dell (Human Sciences Seat 1), David Duany (Human Sciences Seat 3), Chesten Goodman (Social Sciences Seat 5), Kenly DeFrant (Undergraduate Studies Seat 3 (Summer))

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68TH STUDENT SENATE

Shana Rosenthal Undergraduate Studies Seat 3

Dionte Boddie Undergraduate Studies Seat 5

Giacomo Billisi Undergraduate Studies Seat 7

Justin Volker Undergraduate Studies Seat 9

Shelby Vilardebo Undergraduate Studies Seat 11

Jaelee Edmond Undergraduate Studies Seat 13

Raymond Walsh Undergraduate Studies Seat 13 (Summer)

Stephanie Galloway Undergraduate Studies Seat 17

McKenna Crager Undergraduate Studies Seat 19

Jameson Corcoran Undergraduate Studies Seat 21

Robert Jackson Undergraduate Studies Seat 23

Stevenson Guerrier Undergraduate Studies Seat 23 (Summer)

Kyle Joshua Hill Undergraduate Studies Seat 2

Shawn Whyte Undergraduate Studies Seat 4, 6

Amanda Walser Undergraduate Studies Seat 8

Omar Pimentel Undergraduate Studies Seat 10

Not Pictured: Edward Orenstein (Undergraduate Studies Seat 11 (Summer)), Marvel Joseph (Undergraduate Studies Seat 19 (Summer)), Richardson Gaston (Undergraduate Studies Seat 4), Hector Rodriguez (Undergraduate Studies Seat 14)

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69TH STUDENT SENATE

Sabrina Ishaque Undergraduate Studies Seat 12

Ashley Schneller Undergraduate Studies Seat 16

Josh Hancock Undergraduate Studies Seat 18

Taylor Ney Undergraduate Studies Seat 20

Samuel (Sam) Luebbers Undergraduate Studies Seat 22

Peter Kreutzer Undergraduate Studies Seat 24

Sydney Smith PAC Member

Mary Katherine Pittman PAC Member

Nicholas Lopez PAC Member

Josh Schulster Legislative Aide (Hughes)

Quentin Knight-Baker Legislative Aide (Theodore)

Daniel Pierce Legislative Aide (Moorhead)

Mercedes Poole Legislative Aide (Ney)

Leesa Newbon Legislative Aide (Kruetzer)

Not Pictured: C. Hatcher (Panama City Campus), Evan Steinberg (Legislative Aide (Lusaka)), Juan Cortes (Legislative Aide (Lusaka)), Sy-Anah Lattimore (Legislative Aide (Theodore)), Rael Candelaria (Legislative Aide (Theodore)), Manuel Osaba (Legislative Aide (Billisi)), Aiana Semper (Legislative Aide (Kruetzer)), Bianca Jytoshi (PAC Member), Elizabeth (Lizzie) Grant (PAC Member), Beatrice Valenti (PAC Member), Christian St. Prix (PAC Member), Kiswood Diogene (PAC Member), William French (RTAC Member), Nicholas Martin (RTAC Member), Malcolm Robbs (RTAC Member) 24 | SGA Today 2016 – 2017


69TH SENATE PRESIDENT & PRO TEMPORE

Wilkerson Joseph Senate President Arts & Sciences Seat 10

Megan Hughes Senate Pro Tempore Arts & Sciences Seat 5

69TH SENATE COMMITTEE CHAIRS

Omar Pimentel Budget Committee Chair

Caleb Dawkins Budget Committee Vice-Chair

Josh Hancock Finance Committee Chair

Andrew Reiter Internal Affairs Committee Chair

Chris Acevedo Internal Affairs Committee Vice-Chair

Peter Singhal Judiciary Committee Chair

Sabrina Bousbar Judiciary Committee Vice Chair

Andy Sidelnik Student Affairs Committee Chair

Madeline Holzmann Student Affairs Committee Vice-Chair

Stevie Spear Jr. RTAC Chair

Josh Schulster PAC Chair

Kevin Monell Parliamentarian

Brittaney Pratt Senate Clerk

Not Pictured: Lily Shelton (Parliamentarian), Michael Auddie (Sargeant at Arms), Tyler Paula (Senate Clerk) SGA Today 2016 – 2017 | 25


69TH STUDENT SENATE

Malakwen Maiyo Arts & Sciences Seat 3

Erica Charles Arts & Sciences Seat 3

Andrew Sikora Arts & Sciences Seat 2

Quinn Solomon Arts & Sciences Seat 6

McKenna Crager Business Seat 1

Andres (Andy) Sidelnik Business Seat 3

Kadian Baxter Business Seat 5

Kaitlin King Business Seat 2

Parker Eastland Business Seat 4

Nicolas Gonzales Business Seat 6

Christopher Garrison Communication & Information Seat 1

Madeline Holzmann Engineering Seat 1

Andrew Reiter Engineering Seat 2

Zachary Perry Human Sciences Seat 4

Giacomo Billisi Social Sciences Seat 1

Steven Spear Jr Social Sciences Seat 3

Not Pictured: Samreena Farooqui (Arts & Sciences Seat 5), Bianca Parente (Arts & Sciences Seat 2), Joe Dumas (Arts & Sciences Seat 12), and Alexandra Schaler (Engineering Seat 2)

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69TH STUDENT SENATE

Peter Singhal Social Sciences Seat 5

Maxwell Martin Social Sciences Seat 2

Alliyah Brown Social Sciences Seat 4

Lauren Franson Social Work Seat 1

Jerome Abbott Education Seat 1

Christopher Acevedo Criminology Seat 1

Jennie O’Hara Criminology Seat 2

Lauren Mix Nursing Seat 1

Tristan LaNasa Graduate Studies Seat 1

Carlton DiSalvo Undergraduate Studies Seat 1

Davion Myles Undergraduate Studies Seat 3

Caleb Dawkins Undergraduate Studies Seat 5

Norman Tabora Undergraduate Studies Seat 7

Stevenson Guerrier Undergraduate Studies Seat 9

Edgar Barrios Undergraduate Studies Seat 11

Octavia Thomas Undergraduate Studies Seat 13

Not Pictured: , Chesten Goodman (Social Sciences Seat 4), Dominique Spadavecchia (Social Sciences Seat 6), Phoenix Barker (Education Seat 1), Jonathan Rosario (Graduate Studies Seat 10), Olivia Dabrowski (Undergraduate Studies Seat 9), Madison Schumacher (Undergraduate Studies Seat 8), and Patty Mendoza (Undergraduate Studies Seat 12)

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69TH STUDENT SENATE

I’yanna Barker Undergraduate Studies Seat 15

Matthew Roman Undergraduate Studies Seat 17

Sabrina Bousbar Undergraduate Studies Seat 21

Evan Steinberg Undergraduate Studies Seat 23

Kyle Joshua Hill Undergraduate Studies Seat 2

Shawn Whyte Undergraduate Studies Seat 6

Amanda Walser Undergraduate Studies Seat 8

Omar Pimentel Undergraduate Studies Seat 10

Sabrina Ishaque Undergraduate Studies Seat 12

Ashley Schneller Undergraduate Studies Seat 16

Josh Hancock Undergraduate Studies Seat 18

Taylor Ney Undergraduate Studies Seat 20

Samuel (Sam) Luebbers Undergraduate Studies Seat 22

Peter Kreutzer Undergraduate Studies Seat 24

Not Pictured: Ryan Turnage (Undergraduate Studies Seat 22), Ryan Turnage (Undergraduate Studies Seat 22), McKenzie Wilcoxson (PAC Member), Jonas Baptiste-Reyes (PAC Member), Paul Woodley (Legislative Aide (Lusaka)), and Taylor Huet (Legislative Aide (Sartain))

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69TH STUDENT SENATE

Quentin Knight Baker Legislative Aide (Theodore)

Leesa Newbon Legislative Aide RTAC Member

Jett Angel Legislative Aide

Mary Katherine Pittman PAC Member

Nicholas Lopez PAC Member Union Booard

Lauren Lange RTAC Member

Sydney Smith PAC Member

Not Pictured: Saphicher Gonzalez(Legislative Aide (Joseph)), Michael Evans (Legislative Aide (Joseph)), Alec Silvester (Legislative Aide (Hughes)), Chaheed Campbell (Legislative Aide), Karina Estrada (Legislative Aide), Kerri Shook (Legislative Aide (Crager)), Nikolas Harris (Legislative Aide (Sidelnik)), Justen Montgomery (Legislative Aide (Gonzales)), Jacques Ouellette (Legislative Aide (Reiter)), Cameron Robinson (Legislative Aide (Spear)), Mark Salters (Legislative Aide (Spear)), Camerin Leone (Legislative Aide), Faith Delle (Legislative Aide (Mix)), Theodore Assimenios (Legislative Aide (DiSalvo)), Abraham Joseph (Legislative Aide (Myles)), David Duhart (Legislative Aide (Myles)), Morgan Holder (Legislative Aide (Myles)), William Samuels (Legislative Aide (Barrios)), Fania Jean (Legislative Aide (Barker)), Joelle Lawrence (Legislative Aide (Whyte)), Rachel Eshet (Legislative Aide (Pimentel)), Jackson Boucher (Legislative Aide (Hancock)), Peter Hayes (Legislative Aide (Hancock)), Daniel Smith (Legislative Aide (Hancock)), Aiana Semper (Legislative Aide), Anna Smith (Panama City Campus), Bianca Jytoshi (PAC Member), Elizabeth (Lizzie) Grant (PAC Member), Beatrice Valenti (PAC Member), Christian St. Prix (PAC Member), Kiswood Diogene (PAC Member), William French (RTAC Member), Nicholas Martin (RTAC Member), Malcolm Robbs (RTAC Member), Santiago Aparicio (RTAC Member), Aakash Thakor (RTAC Member)

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

10/26 10/12

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Senate at the Capitol

Sine and Dine


69TH STUDENT SENATE RESOLUTIONS 1

Urging University Housing to develop and implement more extensive and proactive measures to provide a safe and inclusive space for transgender and gender nonconforming students.

TABLED IN STUDENT AFFAIRS 12-7-16

2

Expressing support and approval of the implementation of procedures in pursuit of making Florida State University a more inclusive institution.

REFERRED BACK TO STUDENT AFFAIRS

3

Encouraging the implementation of policy requiring Resident Assistants, Orientation Leaders and leaders who are paid OPS Wages to undergo Allies and Safe Zones training or a similarly rigorous and comprehensive program.

FAILED IN SENATE 12-7-16

4

Setting the date for the SGA Spring 2017 Elections. The SGA elections will take place on February 22, 2017.

PASSED 12-7-16

5

Amending the Rules of Procedure, Rule 8.6, to coincide with turning in legislation by Noon, on Tuesdays.

PASSED 12-7-16

6

Amending the Senate Rules of Procedure, Rule 11.10, stating that a motion to call to question shall not be made before the second round of debate.

PASSED 1-25-17

7

Amending the Senate Rules of Procedure, Rule 11.3, concerning IClickers.

TABLED

8

Retroactively reimbursing OGA for Challenge Course on October 25, 2017.

PASSED 1-18-17

9

Approving the 2017 SGA Legislative Agenda.

PASSED 1-11-17

10

Attaining Goal V of the FSU Strategic Plan.

PASSED 1-18-17

11

Giving permission to the Black Student Union to take 56 students on a service trip to Memphis, Tennessee on February 24-26, 2017.

PASSED 1-18-17

12

Giving permission to the Asian American Student Union to attend the Annual East Coast Asian American Student Union Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina on February 17-19, 2017.

PASSED 1-18-17

13

Encouraging students to participate in the Green Dot program.

PASSED 1-25-17

14

Supporting the Take 15 Initiative and encourages all student to take 15 credit hours.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 2-1-17

15

Standing in Solidarity with fellow Seminoles and the FSU community affected by the executive order and urging the President to reverse this action.

FAILED IN STUDENT AFFAIRS 2-8-17

16

Standing in Solidarity with fellow Seminoles and FSU community affected by the immigration ban.

PASSED 2-8-17

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69TH STUDENT SENATE RESOLUTIONS 17

Taking reasonable steps to make FSU campus more green, efficient and sustainable.

PASSED 2-22-17

18

Supporting the efforts of Title IX Office to ensure the implementation of inclusivity measures to protect and support the transgender and gender nonconforming community at FSU.

FAILED IN STUDENT AFFAIRS

19

PASSED 3-1-17 Giving permission to the Women Student Union to spend in excess of $3,000 to bring a speaker, Sonya Renee Taylor, to FSU to speak.

20

Giving permission to the Asian American Student Union to spend DanAKADan to FSU on March 25, 2017.

PASSED 3-1-17

21

Supporting the Office of Student Sustainability to implement building Initiative with the intent of limiting of FSU energy consumption.

PASSED

22

Implementing the Carbon Offset Project at Florida State University.

PASSED

23

Standing in Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and supporting The rights, sacred land and pursuit of happiness.

FAILED IN STUDENT AFFAIRS

24

Supporting SB 396 and HB 867 for transparency and accessibility for Federal loan procedures for students.

PASSED 3-8-17

25

Recognizing the contributions of Chief Howard Tommie of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

PASSED 3-22-17

26 Giving the Pride Student Union permission to spend more than $3,000 for a speaker, and stating that the AASU, BSU, HLSU, Women’s Center can use their monies for Peace Jam.

PASSED 3-22-17

27

PASSED 3-29-17

Allowing the Office of Servant Leadership to have their event off-campus at the Gathering.

28 Amending the Senate Rules of Procedure Rule 4.6-7 and Rule 8.13.

PASSED 4-12-17

29

Reimbursing funds to DREAM as allowed by statutes for a service trip and stating that DREAM will not be allowed to be reimburse for funds spent retroactively for the remainder of the fiscal year.

PASSED 4-12-17

30

Amending the Senate Rules of Procedure, Rule 5.

PASSED 4-19-17

31

Commending Dr. Mary Coburn for her exemplary service to the Florida State University and the Tallahassee community.

PASSED 4-19-17

32

Reimbursing funds retroactively to Hillel at FSU as allowed by statutes for their Jewish Appreciation Week and stating that Hillel at FSU will not be allowed to be reimbursed for funds spent retroactively for the remainder of the fiscal year.

PASSED 4-26-17

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68TH STUDENT SENATE BILLS 42

An addition to the Student Body Statutes adding Chapter 1012 to add the Access Student Union to the Statutes.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 7-26-16 IN COMMITTEE

43

An allocation of $2,352 from Senate Projects to Dance Marathon Expense to pay for travel for four (4) students to attend the Dance Marathon Conference on July 21, 2016.

PASSED 6-1-16 SIGNED SBP 6-6-16 SIGNED VPSA 6-7-16

44

A revision of $1,500 is made within Office of Governmental Affairs from Expense to Clothing and Awards to move money to correct category to allow them to purchase T-shirts for the Noles Engaged in Politics Program.

PASSED 5-19-16 SIGNED SBP 5-9-16 SIGNED VPSA 5-27-16

45

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 703 N, the Elections Code, to clarify the hours that the Office of Elections OPS Student worker can work.

PASSED 6-1-16 SIGNED SBP 6-6-16 SIGNED VPSA 6-7-16

46

PASSED 6-1-16 A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 1009, the Pride Student Union, to revise the statutes for SIGNED SBP 6-6-16 meeting times of committees. SIGNED VPSA 6-7-16

47

An allocation of $1,595 from Senate Projects to National Pan Hellenic Council to pay for rental of a stage for the annual Summer Oasis on July 23, 2016 in the FSU Ballrooms.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 6-15-16

48

An allocation of $383.86 from Senate Projects to FSU Mortar Board to pay for a member to attend the FSU Mortar Board College Senior Honor Society National Conference in Indianapolis, on July 22-24, 2016.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 6-29-16

49

An allocation of $2,500 from Senate Projects to PeaceJam to help fund PeaceJam’s affiliate fee with the expectation that the Executive Branch will provide the remaining balance. Bill has Proviso Language.

PASSED 7-27-16 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

50

A transfer of $3,000 from Executive Projects Expense to Executive Branch Clothing and Awards to purchase summer/fall t-shirts.

PASSED 7-27-16 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

51

An allocation of $361.99 from Senate Projects to Coping Through College to fund their event on July 21, 2016.

PASSED 7-13-16 SIGNED SBP 7-15-16 SIGNED VPSA 7-18-16

52

An allocation of $1,594.30 from Senate Projects to CityChurhU to pay for food and supplies for the Midnight Pancakes event as part of the FSU Luau.

PASSED 7-27-16 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

53

An allocation of $2,000 from Senate Projects to Hillel at FSU to pay for students to attend the Hillel Engagement Institute Conference on August 3-7, 2016.

PASSED 7-27-16 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

54

An allocation of $232.50 from Senate Projects to Catholic Student Union Facility Rental to pay for the PASSED 7-27-16 rental of Crenshaw Lanes for a promotional bowling/billiard event on Tuesday, September 6, from 9:30-11 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 p.m. SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

55

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 910, to revise The Student Council for Undergraduate Research and Creativity (SCURC) statutes.

PASSED 7-27-16 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

56

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 1001, to revise the Asian American Student Union statutes.

PASSED 7-27-16 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

57

PASSED 7-27-16 A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapters 621 and 622, to revise the College Leadership Councils. SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

58

An allocation of $1,500 from Senate Projects to Criminology and Criminal Justice College Leadership Council Food and Expense.

PASSED 7-27-16 SIGNED SBP 8-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 8-5-16

59

A transfer of $3,000 from Executive Projects Expense to Executive Branch Food to pay for food for the President’s Showcase for Undergraduate Research Excellence.

PASSED 9-21-16 SIGNED SBP 9-22-16 SIGNED VPSA 9-27-16

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68TH STUDENT SENATE BILLS 60

PASSED 9-21-16 A revision of $1,400 is made within Hispanic Latino Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing SIGNED SBP 9-22-16 and Awards to pay for t-shirts and awards for the remainder of the fiscal year. SIGNED VPSA 9-27-16

61

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 412.1, the Sweepings Regulations Act of 1995, to revise the Sweepings Allocations process.

PASSED 9-21-16 SIGNED SBP 9-22-16 SIGNED VPSA 9-27-16

62

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 416, the Annual Budget Process Act of 2007 to revise the Annual Budget procedures.

PASSED 9-21-16 SIGNED SBP 9-22-16 SIGNED VPSA 9-27-16

63

An allocation of $1,400 is made Senate Projects to the Senior Class Council to pay for a screen to view the FSU away football games.

PASSED 9-21-16 SIGNED SBP 9-22-16 SIGNED VPSA 9-27-16

64

A transfer of $2,188.79 from PAC to Senate Projects to reimburse Senate Projects for funds allocated during the summer to RSOs.

PASSED 9-21-16 SIGNED SBP 9-22-16 SIGNED VPSA 9-27-16

65

A transfer of $4,352.00 from RTAC to Senate Projects to reimburse Senate Projects for funds allocated during the summer to RSOs.

PASSED 9-21-16 SIGNED SBP 9-22-16 SIGNED VPSA 9-27-16

66

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 907, the Inter-Residence Hall Council to revise their statutes.

PASSED 9-28-16 SIGNED SBP 10-3-16 SIGNED VPSA 10-6-16

67

PASSED 9-28-16 An allocation of $4,000 from Senate Projects to Senate Food to pay for food for the SGA Fall Inauguration SIGNED SBP 10-3-16 to be held on November 2, 2016, in the Florida State University ballrooms SIGNED VPSA 10-6-16

68

A transfer of $500 from Women Student Union Contractual Services to Pride Student Union Contractual WITHDRAWN BY Services to co-sponsor an event with the Pride Student Union. SPONSORED 9-28-16

69

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 800 to revise the Finance Code.

PASSED 10-5-16 SIGNED SBP 10-10-16 SIGNED VPSA 10-12-16

70

An allocation of $1,256.00 from Senate Projects to University Libraries to fund half the cost of the furniture purchased for the Dirac and Strozier Services to have four (4) College of Engineering computer

PASSED 10-12-16 SIGNED SBP 10-22-16 SIGNED VPSA 10-27-16

71

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapters 202.6 and 202.7, to delete Chapter 202.6 to delete the words “so help me God” from 202.7.

TABLED IN JUDICIARY.

72

A revision of $500 within the Senior Class Council from Contractual Services to Expense to pay for 100 Days Countdown as the President’s Toast.

PASSED 10-12-16 SIGNED SBP 10-17-16 SIGNED VPSA 10-22-16

73

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 807.2 and 807.7, to amend this section to make it more clear and concise.

TABLED IN JUDICIARY ON 10-24-16

74

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 401.1 A, to allow Senators to recognize students and organizations worthy of recognition by means of a resolution without any undue burden for requirements.

PASSED 10-12-16 SIGNED SBP 10-17-16 SIGNED VPSA 10-24-16

75

A revision of $2,500 is made within the Women Student Union from Expense to Clothing and Awards to buy t-shirts and awards for the upcoming year.

PASSED 10-19-16 SIGNED SBP 10-31-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-2-16

76

An allocation of $2,000 from Senate Projects to Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program to allow PASSED 10-26-16 students to participate in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program put on by the Center for SIGNED SBP 11-2-16 Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement. SIGNED VPSA 11-2-16

77

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 504, the University Defender to revise and clarify the University Defender statutes.

PASSED 10-26-16 SIGNED SBP 11-2-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-2-16

The Activity and Service Fee Budget for fiscal year 2017-2018.

PASSED 10-12-16 SIGNED SBP 10-31-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-2-16

2017

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69TH STUDENT SENATE BILLS 1

An allocation of $500 from Senate Projects to Challenger Center, to pay half the cost of screening a movie on Sunday, November 20, 2016, at 4 p.m.

PASSED 11-16-16 SIGNED SBP 11-17-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-18-16

2

An allocation of $2,500 from Senate Projects to University Libraries to pay for additional OPS Wages to extend library hours during finals week in December.

PASSED 11-16-16 SIGNED SBP 11-17-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-16-16

3

A revision of $667 within the Veteran Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing to pay for t-shirts for Veterans Week 2016.

PASSED 11-9-16 SIGNED SBP 11-14-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-16-16

4

A revision of $1,339.10 within the Veteran Student Union from Contractual Services to Travel, to help fund a trip to a conference in January, 2017.

PASSED 11-16.16 SIGNED SBP 11-17-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-18-16

5

A revision of $3,660.90 within the Veteran Student Union from Expense to Travel, to help fund a trip to a conference in January, 2017.

PASSED 11-16-16 SIGNED SBP 11-17-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-18-16

6

A revision of $700 within the Veteran Student Union from Food to Travel to help fund a trip to a conference in January, 2017.

PASSED 11-16-16 SIGNED SBP 11-17-16 SIGNED VPSA 11-18-16

7

An allocation of $2,330.00 from Senate Projects to University Health Services to provide 245 HIV testing kits for the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness.

PASSED 11-30-16 SIGNED SBP 12-1-16 SIGNED VPSA 12-7-16

8

An allocation of $1,500 from Senate Projects to Garnet and Gold Society to provide funding to host a high school Speech and Debate Tournament on January 2-22, 2017.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 12-7-16

9

An allocation of $350 from Senate Projects to Senate Food, to provide food and beverages for students during final exam week.

PASSED 12-7-16 SIGNED SBP 12-12-16 SIGNED VPSA 12-14-16

10

An allocation of $1,000 from Senate Projects to Center for Leadership and Social Change, to pay for the fall ceremony Cultural Graduation.

PASSED 12-7-16 SIGNED SBP 12-12-16 SIGNED VPSA 12-14-16

11

A revision of $1,080.00 within the Pride Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing to purchase t-shirts for an event in January.

PASSED 12-7-16 SIGNED SBP 12-12-16 SIGNED VPSA 12-14-16

12

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 812, to clarify the usage of iClickers and responsibilities.

PASSED 1-25-17 SIGNED SBP 1-27-17 SIGNED VPSA 1-30-17

13

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 409, to clarify voting results for Senate and all standing committees meetings excluding PAC and RTAC.

PASSED 1-18-17 SIGNED SBP 1-23-17

14

An allocation of $1,000 from Senate Projects to the Center for Leadership and Social Changer Food category, to pay for food their Multicultural Leadership Summits on January 27-28, 2017.

FAILED 1-18-17 YES-14, NO-16, AB-3

15

A revision of $9,000 within the Black Student Union from Contractual Services to Expense Travel to pay for a service trip to Memphis, Tennessee in February, 2017.

PASSED 1-25-17 SIGNED SBP 1-27-17 SIGNED VPSA 1-30-17

16

An allocation of $186.00 from Senate Projects to the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness to purchase hygiene products to be given to the FSU Food Pantry.

PASSED 2-1-17 SIGNED SBP 2-2-17 SIGNED VPSA 2-8-17

17

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 400.1, Senate Session, to change the meetings of the Senate during the fall,

PASSED 2-1-17 SIGNED SBP 2-2-17 SIGNED VPSA 2-8-17

18

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 807.4, to allow Senators to sit on RTAC and PAC meetings when the committee does not have a quorum.

PASSED 2-15-17 SIGNED SBP 2-17-17 SIGNED VPSA 2-23-17

19

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 802.12 to allow RSOs to petition RTAC and PAC twice in the same fiscal calendar year.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR IN COMMITTEE 1-31-17

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69TH STUDENT SENATE BILLS 20

A transfer of $3,870.81 from Executive Projects to Executive Projects to Executive Food, to pay for food for Spring 2017 Presidential Inauguration.

PASSED 2-15-17 SIGNED SBP 2-17-17 SIGNED VPSA 2-23-17

21

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 1003, revising the Black Student Union Statutes.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 2-1-17

22

A transfer of $5,000 from Senate Projects to Resource for Travel Allocations Committee (RTAC), to cover upcoming RTAC Requests until the end of the Spring semester.

PASSED 2-15-17 SIGNED SBP 2-21-17 SIGNED VPSA 2-23-17

23

A revision of $3,000 within the Black Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing and Awards to purchase t-shirts for Black History Month and purchase awards for the BSU Inauguration in April, 2017.

PASSED 2-15-17 SIGNED SBP 2-17-17 SIGNED VPSA 2-23-17

24

An addition to the Student Body Statutes adding Chapter 415, adding the Legislative Aide Act to the statutes.

FAILED IN RULES AND CALENDAR YES-0 NO-6, AB-1

25

A transfer of $300 from Executive Branch to Honors Delegates Program Clothing and Awards to assist them in purchasing Polo shirts to wear while representing FSU and the Florida State community.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR.

26

An allocation of $168 from Senate Projects to Student Veterans Center to purchase Student Veteran Alliance Arrowhead to be placed in Strozier Library.

PASSED 2-22-17 SIGNED SBP 2-23-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-1-17

27

An allocation of $9,722.00 from Senate Projects to FSU Facilities to build a drinking fountain/hydration station on Landis Green.

PASSED 3-1-17 SIGNED SBP SIGNED VPSA

28

An allocation of $1,000 from Senate Projects to the Office of Governmental Affairs to help pay for food for FSU Day at the Capitol in April.

PASSED 2-22-17 SIGNED SBP 2-23-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-1-17

29

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 716.1, to clarify the amount of time needed to complete work hours assigned as part of a violation of the Election Code.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 4-5-17

30

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 701.1 A, to clarify the definition of campaigning and align the definition with the First Amendment of the United States Bill of Rights.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 3-1-71

31

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 713, to ensure a smooth transition between student body officers and their predecessors.

PASSED 3-1-17 SIGNED SBP 3-6-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-20-17

32

A revision of $500 within the Black Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing and Awards to pay for awards for inauguration ceremony.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 3-1-17

33

An addition to the Student Body Statutes adding Chapter 419, to create the Legislative Agenda Act.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 3-29-17

34

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 715.4 L, to clarify the wearing of political clothing during SGA elections.

PASSED 3-1-17 SIGNED SBP 3-6-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-20-17

35

An allocation of $500 from Senate Projects to Challenger Learning Center IMAC Theatre, on Sunday, March 26. The remaining cost will be paid for by the Executive Branch.

PASSED 3-8-17 SIGNED SBP 3-9-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-20-17

36

A revision of $1,000 within the Office of Governmental Affairs from Expense to Food to pay for food for FSU Day at the Capitol.

PASSED 3-22-17 SIGNED SBP 3-29-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-30-17

37

A revision of $300 within the Office of Governmental Affairs

PASSED 3-22-17 SIGNED SBP 3-29-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-30-17

38

A transfer of $1,000 from Executive Projects to Office of Governmental Affairs Food, to help pay for food for FSU Day at Capitol in April.

PASSED 3-22-17 SIGNED SBP 3-29-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-30-17

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69TH STUDENT SENATE BILLS 39

A revision of $2,000 within the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation to pay for the Tomahawk Entrepreneurship Brunch on Sunday, March 5, 2017.

PASSED 3-6-17 SIGNED SBP 3-20-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-20-17

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A revision of $3,000 within the Hispanic Latino Student Union from Contractual Services to Food, to pay for food for their Gala on April 17, 2017.

PASSED 3-8-17 SIGNED SBP 3-9-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-20-17

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A revision of $240 within IRHC from Expense to Food, to transfer monies so that IRHC can use it to purchase food for their upcoming events.

PASSED 3-29-17 SIGNED SBP 3-30-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-5-17

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A revision of $500 within the Office of Servant Leadership from Expense to Food to pay for food for their event on Thursday, April 6, from 5-8 p.m.

PASSED 3-8-17 SIGNED SBP 3-20-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-20-17

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A revision of $1,200 within the Asian American Student Union From Contractual Services to Clothing and Awards to purchase t-shirts for Asian American Heritage Month and to purchase awards to the banquet in April.

PASSED 3-29-17 SIGNED SBP 3-30-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-5-17

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A transfer of $1,000 from Women Student Union Expense to Peace Jam to help fund Peace Jam’s conference.

PASSED 3-22-17 SIGNED SBP 3-30-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-4-17

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A transfer of $800 from Pride Student Union to Peace Jam

PASSED 3-22-17 SIGNED SBP 3-30-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-4-17

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A transfer of $500 within the Black Student Union from Expense to Peace Jam to help fund Peace Jam’s conference.

PASSED 3-22-17 SIGNED SBP 3-30-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-30-17

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A transfer of $750 within the Hispanic Latino Student Union from Expense to Peace Jam to help fund Peace Jam’s conference.

PASSED 3-22-17 SIGNED SBP 3-30-17 SIGNED VPSA 3-30-17

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A revision of $142.50 within the Senior Class Council from Expense to Food to pay for food for the Senior Class Council “Taking Back Suwanee” event on April 18, 2017.

PASSED 4-4-17 SIGNED SBP 4-10-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-12-17

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A revision to the Student Body Statues Chapter 506, to clarify the process outlined in Chapter 506 and remove all inconsistencies, make process more transparent, prevent a loophole that allows proposed provisions from being placed on the ballot without adequate review.

TABLED INDEFINITELY IN JUDICIARY 4-17-17

50

A revision of $3,000 within the Women Student Union from Contractual Services to Expense to purchase promotional items for their office.

PASSED 4-19-17 SIGNED SBP 4-24-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-26-17

51

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 716.1, to the Election Code.

PASSED 4-12-17 SIGNED SBP 4-13-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-17-17

52

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 612, the Golden Tribe Lecture Series, to clarify who the voting members and the selection process for various members and the committee’s role in determining who the speaker will be for Martin Luther King Jr.’s Week.

PASSED 4-19-17 SIGNED SBP 4-25-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-26-17

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A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 409.1, 410.2 D 609.5 (B) (2), 703.1, 703 V and 708.4, to clarify how various SGA organizations and affiliates should publicly advertise meetings and events.

PASSED 4-19-17 SIGNED SBP 4-25-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-26-17

54

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 807.6, to revise the Finance Code concerning RSOs requests to RTAC and PAC.

PASSED 4-19-17 SIGNED SBP 4-25-17

55

A revision to the Student Body Statutes Chapter 803.7, to revise the Finance Code concerning the purchase of water bottles.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR 4-12-17

56

A revision of $231.70 within Pride Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing and Awards to be presented at their annual Pride Banquet on April 20, 2017.

PASSED 4-19-17 SIGNED SBP 4-24-17 SIGNED VPSA 4-26-17

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69TH STUDENT SENATE BILLS 57

An allocation of $370 from Senate Projects to the Student Life Center (SLC) to provide hygiene products in the unisex bathrooms and hallways in this building.

PASSED 4-26-17 SIGNED SBP 5-3-17 SIGNED VPSA

58

An allocation of $370 from Senate Projects to Oglesby Union to provide hygiene products in the unisex bathrooms and hallways in the Union.

PASSED 4-26-17 SIGNED SBP 5-3-17 SIGNED VPSA

59

A revision of $350 within the Inter-Residence Hall Council from Contractual Services to Expense to purchase key chains that will be distributed to almost 7,000 students on campus.

PASSED 4-26-17 SIGNED SBP 5-3-17 SIGNED VPSA

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An allocation of $800 from Senate Projects to Senate Clothing and Awards to buy t-shirts to be given out to the Senate and any student at the Florida State University.

PASSED 4-26-17 SIGNED SBP 5-3-17 SIGNED VPSA

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An allocation of $400 from Senate Projects to Senate Food, to pay for food to host the “Study with SGA” event on Monday, May 1, in the Senate Chamber, from 5-11 p.m.

PASSED 4-26-17 SIGNED SBP 5-3-17 SIGNED VPSA

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An allocation of $500 from Senate Projects to the Academic Center for Excellence to purchase food items for finals week.

PASSED 4-26-17 SIGNED SBP 5-3-17 SIGNED VPSA

63

A revision of $900 within the Pride Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing and Awards to purchase tank tops for the Pride Student Union.

PASSED 4-26-17 SIGNED SBP 5-3-17

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A revision of $2,900 within the Black Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing and Awards to purchase t-shirts for the summer.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

65

A revision of $250 within the Black Student Union from Expense to Food to allow the incoming administration to make necessary purchases during the summer.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

66

A revision of $5,800 within the Asian American Student Union from Contractual Services to Expense to purchase office supplies and promo items to be used in the future.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

67

An addition to the Student Body Statutes adding Chapter 100.11 to recommend counseling consultation for all elected or appointed officers.

REFERRED TO BUDGET BUDGET 4-26-17

68

A revision of $1,000 within the Center for Participant Education From Contractual Services to Expense to fund the printing of CPE’s annual catalog and to purchase books for their library.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

69

A revision of $250 within Pride Student Union from Contractual Services to Food to purchase gift cards for CARE Class of 2017.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

70

A revision of $538 within Pride Student Union from Contractual Services to Expense to purchase office supplies and promotional materials.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

71

A revision of $1,000 within the Center for Participant Education from Contractual Service to Clothing and Awards to purchase t-shirts.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

72

A revision of $3,000 within Hispanic Latino Student Union from Contractual Services to Expense to buy office supplies and chairs for El Centro.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

73

A revision of $1,000 within Hispanic Latino Student Union from Contractual Services to Clothing and Awards to purchase t-shirts.

REFERRED TO BUDGET 4-26-17

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CONGRESS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS Benjamin Elwood COGS Speaker

Matthew Uttermark Deputy Speaker, Finance

Vivianne Asturizaga Deputy Speaker, Communications

Savanna Ward Deputy Speaker, Judicial Affairs

24TH CONGRESS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS

25TH CONGRESS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS

COGS Speaker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benjamin Elwood Deputy Speaker, Finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Uttermark Deputy Speaker, Communications ����������������� Vivianne Asturizaga Deputy Speaker, Judicial Affairs ����������������������������������Savanna Ward Arts & Sciences Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zhiqiang Shu Arts & Sciences Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joshua H. Mendez Arts & Sciences Seat 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Rosenthal Arts & Sciences Seat 4 ������������������������������������������������������ Perla Garcia Arts & Sciences Seat 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manfa Sanogo Arts & Sciences Seat 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danisha Baker At-Large Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benjamin Elwood Business Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brenton Williams Business Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raymond Mazzie Criminology & Criminal Justice Seat 1 �������������������������������� Catie Clark Education Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michelle Peruche Education Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jason Guilbeau Education Seat 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Savanna Ward Education Seat 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Latanja Peoples Engineering Seat 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sina Sharifi-Raini Human Sciences Seat 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brandon Grubbs Law Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Max Solomon Law Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benjamin DeStefano Medicine Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickolas Garson Medicine Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Aung-Din International Student Advocate Seat 1 ������������� Vivianne Asturizaga Minority Student Advocate Seat 1 ������������������� Jorge Oseguera Gamba Music Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emily Allen Social Sciences Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Uttermark Social Sciences Seat 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shaleen Miller Social Sciences Seat 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joshua Scriven Special/Undecided Advocate Seat 1 ������������������������Jeanette Lehn Veterans Advocate Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shiva Charan Indrakanti Motion Picture Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Head

COGS Speaker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benjamin Elwood Deputy Speaker, Finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Uttermark Deputy Speaker, Communications. . . . . . . . . Vivianne Asturizaga Deputy Speaker, Judicial Affairs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Savanna Ward Arts & Sciences Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zhiqiang Shu Arts & Sciences Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joshua H. Mendez Arts & Sciences Seat 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Rosenthal Arts & Sciences Seat 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Dickman Arts & Sciences Seat 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manfa Sanogo Arts & Sciences Seat 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danisha Baker At-Large Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benjamin Elwood Business Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brenton Williams Education Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michelle Peruche Education Seat 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Latanja Peoples Human Sciences Seat 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brandon Grubbs Law Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Max Solomon Law Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benjamin DeStefano Law Seat 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William Austin Engelbrecht Medicine Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aazim Arif Medicine Seat 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arjith Rathakrishnan International Student Advocate Seat 1 . . . . . . . Vivianne Asturizaga Graduate Housing Advocate. . . . . . . . . . . . . Abiola Temidayo Oloye Minority Student Advocate Seat 1. . . . . . . . Jorge Oseguera Gamba Music Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emily Allen Social Sciences Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Uttermark Social Sciences Seat 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lilian Viviana Tzul Perez Social Sciences Seat 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joshua Scriven Special/Undecided Advocate Seat 1 ������������������������Jeanette Lehn Veterans Advocate Seat 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shiva Charan Indrakanti Motion Picture Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Head

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CONGRESS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS 8/24 COGS Orientation

The Congress of Graduate Students represents graduate student interests to the university and community, and is empowered to issue resolutions expressing the views of graduate students and calling attention to important issues.

2/20 COGS Meeting

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COGS ALLOCATIONS DATE:

Bill/Resolution

Event/Reason

Allocation Amount

7/18/16

Bill 29 Sponsored by Speaker Elwood: Purchase of COGS Promotional Items

Request to purchase flag books and mugs for the Graduate Student Orientation. Funds will be used from the Speaker’s Request account

Speaker’s Request Account: $1,242.78

Bill 30 Sponsored by Speaker Elwood: Funding for Madison Social Event

Request to use funds from the Speaker’s Request Account for the purchase of Finger Foods at Madison Social. Refreshments will be served following the Graduate Student Orientation for networking purposes.

Speaker’s Request Account: $1,944

Bill 31: Sponsored by Speaker Elwood: Ice Cream Social Purchase

Request to use funds from Speaker’s request account to purchase ice cream and rent an ice cream cart for the graduate student orientation

Speaker’s Request Account: $500

8/1/16

Bill 32- Allocation to the Society for Musicology

To finance honorariums for two visiting scholars , Ellen Koskoff and William Cheng and the reception following the presentations.

Contractual Services: $3,500 Food: $200

8/1/16

Bill 33- Allocation to the Public Health Student Association

Funding for orientation meals throughout the school year.

Food $87.15

8/29/16

Bill 34-Allocation to the Music Theory Society

Funding to cover honorarium expenses for a keynote speaker on 01/21/2017

Contractual Services: $1,500

9/12/16

Bill 35-Allocation to INSAT/ BONGONOLE

Funding for the Fresher’s Event on 10/16 at the FSU Reservation

Food: $900

9/12/16

Bill 36-Allocation to the Public Health Student Association

Funding assistance to help in expanding the recognition of the organization on campus.

General Expense: $208 Food: $479.79

9/12/16

Bill 37-Allocation to the Physics Graduate Student Association

PGSA will provide funding assistance for an honorarium for Jedidah Isler’s presentation in October.

Contractual Services: 1,000

9/12/16

Bill 38 Allocation to the Physics Graduate Student Association

For the purchase of food and beverages for monthly meetings

Food: $880

9/26/16

Bill 39 Allocation to Applied Sport Psychology

Funding support for the training fees and travel expenses for Dr. Elizabeth Jenkins as well as food for the event

Contractual Services: $2090 Food: $300

9/26/16

Bill 40 Allocation to the Student Association for Religious Studies

To host keynote speakers for the department’s 16th annual graduate student symposium in Dodd Hall on Feb. 17-19, 17’

Contractual Services: $3000 General Expense: $200 Food: $300

7/18/16

7/18/16

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COGS ALLOCATIONS 10/17/16

Bill 41 Sponsored by CSAC Allocation to the Lebanese Social Organization

License fees for the screening of “A world not Ours” in Askew Student Life Cinema, Spring 2017. Additional funds for refreshments

C-SAC: $240 Food: $250

11/07/16

Bill 1: Allocation to the Indian Students Association of Tallahassee

Funding assistance for the Diwali Event , an Indian festival of lights at the Globe Auditorium December 9, 2016

Food: $200

11/07/16

Bill 2 Sponsored by C-SAC: Allocation to the School of Teacher Education Graduate Student Association

Funds for refreshments at panel discussions and for social hours prior to colloquiums

CSAC Food: $254.26

11/7/16

Bill 3- Allocation to the MBA Association

Assistance to subsidize a company tour trip to Atlanta for members to interview with potential employers.

$0

12/5/16

Bill 5- Allocation to the FSU Art Therapy Association

Funding assistance to conduct an annual workshop featuring Speaker Juliet King on 2/25/17.

Contractual Services: $1,485 Food: $1,000 General Expense: $200

1/9/17

Bill 6- Allocation to the FSU Music Teacher’s National Association Collegiate Chapter

Funding assistance for a dull day workshop entitled, “Refresh: Tips and Tools for Music Educators on February 18,2017

Contractual Services: 100 Food: $150

2/6/17

Bill 8-Partnership with PeaceJam

Funds will be used to partially fund the reception following Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi’s Public Talk at the Turnbull Conference Center on 3/24 at 6 pm.

Food: $3,000

2/6/17

Bill 9-Allocation to the College of Social Work Doctoral Student Organization

Funds will be used for carious projects, including a service event. As well as for food for monthly meetings, a workshop and social event

General Expense: $75 Food: $175

2/20/17

Bill 12 Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark Transferring Funds to the COGS Unallocated Account

To increase potential funding for RSO requests

Transfer to Unallocated Acct.: $7,000

3/6/17

Bill 13 Sponsored by the Budget Committee The Annual Budget for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year

Funding for Organizations and programs for July 1 2017-June 30,2018

Passed

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COGS BILLS & RESOLUTIONS DATE:

Bill/Resolution

Event/Reason

Allocation Amount/Action

1/11/16

Bill 5-Allocation to the FSU Art Therapy Association

Funding assistance for Art Therapy Workshop at FSU. Funding will provide honorarium and food

Contractual Services: $1485 Expense General: $200 Food: $1000

1/11/16

Resolution 2 Sponsored by Representative Lee- Opposition to Senate Bill 68 and House Bill 4001

In opposition to the proposed legislation to allow carrying concealed weapons on campus.

Resolution passes

2/1/16

Bill 7-Allocation to the MBA Association

Funding assistance for refreshments for the fourth ethics seminar

Food: $300

2/1/16

Bill 8- Allocation to the History Graduate Student Association

Funding assistance to bring keynote speaker Gerhard Weinberg to FSU.

Contractual Services: $1000 General Expense: $150

2/1/16

Bill 9- Sponsorship with PeaceJam

Funding assistance for PeaceJam reception

Food: $2000

2/1/16

Bill 10- Allocation to the Black Graduate Student Association

Funding assistance for ad in the conference book of the 2016 NBGSA conference in Houston, TX on March 16-20

General Expense: $175

2/1/16

Bill 11- Allocation to the Graduate Women in Science Speaker Hall tables Bills 12, 13, 14, 15 to the 02.15 meeting

Funding assistance for the Art and STEM Exhibition Opening and Career Workshop

Food: $450

2/1/2016

Bill 16 Sponsored by Speaker HallOutlining Speaker Duties for the office of Governmental Affairs

Bill tabled to Ways and Means

Tabled

2/1/2016

Bill 17 Sponsored by Speaker HallAdding a Report from the Office of Governmental Affairs

Adding Report of the Office of Governmental Affair to the Meeting Agenda

N/A

2/15/16

Bill 6- Allocation to the Graduate Students in Interdisciplinary Sciences

Funding assistance for food at the social event which will promote networking amongst graduate students in various departments

Food: $300

2/15/2016

Bill 12- Sponsored by the Ways & Means Committee- Substantive Edits to the COGS Code Amending Chapters 118 and 119

To create a clear concise language throughout the Code

N/A

2/15/2016

Bill 13 Sponsored by the Ways & Means Committee- Substantive Edits to the COGS Code Amending Chapter 200

2/15/2016

Bill 14- Sponsored by the Ways & Means Committee Substantive Edits to the COGS Code Amending Chapters 201

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To create a clear concise language throughout the Code To create a clear concise language throughout the Code

Passed

Passed


COGS BILLS & RESOLUTIONS 2/15/2016

Bill 15-Sponsored by the Ways & Means Committee: Substantive Edits to the COGS Code Chapters 202+203

To create a clear concise language throughout the Code

Passed

2/15/16

Bill 18- Allocation to the Political Science Graduate Student Association

For workshops for additional training in econometrics.

Contractual Service: $2440

2/15/16

Bill 19 Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark- Transfer of Travel Grant Funds

To add additional unused funds to the presentation grant account

Jul-Oct: $13,153.01 Nov-Feb: $122.35 Presentation Grant Accounts

Bill 21-Allocation to the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Student Association Bill 20-Consideration of the Annual Budget

Funding for annual informational luncheon on March 21. Budget fails and is sent back to the committee for revisions

Food: $150

3/21/16

Resolution 3-Allocation to the Public Administration Graduate Association Bill 22-Transfer of Travel Grant Funds

Funding assistance for the Alumni Spotlight MeetingProvide additional funds for the presentation grant account

Food: $70 General Expense: $51.95— Jul-Oct Atten. Grant Acct.-$4800 Nov-Feb Atten. Grant Acct.$1100

4/4/2016

Bill 20-Annual Budget for 2016-2017

Annual Budget for 20162017

Budget Passes

4/4/16

Bill 23- Allocation to the National Art Education Association Student Chapter at FSU

Funding assistance to host art educator, Terry Barrett for a one day hands on workshop

Contractual Services: $2000

Bill 24- Allocation to University Libraries-Scholars Commons

Funding assistance for two conference presentation kits that would allow grad students to avoid paying audio and visual fees when presenting at conferences. Kits include projector, USB clicker, appropriate cables, dongles and sturdy Pelican case

General Expense: $2210

4/18/16

Bill 25- Allocation to the Physics Graduate Student Association

Funding assistance for the 2nd Annual Physics Department Barbecue at the FSU Reservation on May 21

Bill FAILED

4/18/16

Resolution 4- Allocation to History Graduate Student Association’s Approval to Use Funds

To allow HGSA to access existing funding from the organization’s account to cover expenses for a Webinar on 4/26.

Bill Passed Money used from RSO’s account: $776.80

2/29/16

4/18/2016

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COGS BILLS & RESOLUTIONS 5/16/16

Bill 26- Sponsored by Speaker Elwood: Purchase of COGS Office Supplies

The body voted to approve funds being used for office supplies for the COGS associate and Executive offices

General Expense: $510.18

5/16/16

Bill 27-Sponsored by Speaker Elwood: Purchase of COGS Promotional Items

Funding to use Unallocated budget to purchase flag books, pens, mugs and polo shirts.

General Expense: $4,108.46

Bill 28-Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark: Transfer of COGS Funds

Request to transfer the remaining balance in the unallocated account (sans $500) to the presentation grant account in an effort to fund additional students travel for professional and academic reasons

Transfer: $8,500 to Grant Accounts

5/16/16

Resolution 5- Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark: COGS OPS Officer’s Wages

To adhere to FSU HR and GAU guidelines, officers who are also employed with the university as GA’s or TA’s are only allowed to work up to 10 hours a week and 20 hours biweekly at $10 and $11 respectively.

Motion Passes with Heavy debate.

6/20/16

Bill 16 Sponsored by the Ways & Means Committee- Outlining the Speaker Duties for the Office of Governmental Affairs

Bill was tabled on 2/1/16. This bill will add language to the COGS Code outlining duties for the Speaker to be included on the OGA board.

Bill passed.

Bill 29 Sponsored by Speaker Elwood- Purchase of COGS Promotional Items

Request to purchase flag books and mugs for the Graduate Student Orientation. Funds will be used from the Speaker’s Request account.

Speaker’s Request Account: $1,242.78

Bill 30 Sponsored by Speaker Elwood- Funding for Madison Social Event

Request to use funds from the Speaker’s Request Account for the purchase of Finger Foods at Madison Social. Refreshments will be served following the Graduate Student Orientation for networking purposes.

Speaker’s Request Account: $1,944

5/16/16

FISCAL YEAR 2016

7/18/16

7/18/16

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COGS BILLS & RESOLUTIONS Bill 31: Sponsored by Speaker Elwood- Ice Cream Social Purchase

Request to use funds from Speaker’s request account to purchase ice cream and rent an ice cream cart for the graduate student orientation

Speaker’s Request Account: $500

Bill 16- Sponsored by the Ways & Means Committee- Outlining the Speaker Duties for OGA

Bill calls to attention the responsibility of the Speaker and COGS to remain active in the Office of Governmental Affairs. Bill was tabled in Spring until the Ways and Means Committee convened.

Motion passes.

8/1/16

Bill 32- Allocation to the Society for Musicology

To finance honorariums for two visiting scholars , Ellen Koskoff and William Cheng and the reception following the presentations.

Contractual Services: $3,500 Food: $200

8/1/16

Bill 33- Allocation to the Public Health Student Association

Funding for orientation meals throughout the school year.

Food $87.15

8/29/16

Bill 34-Allocation to the Music Theory Society

Funding to cover honorarium expenses for a keynote speaker on 01/21/2017

Contractual Services: $1,500

9/12/16

Bill 35-Allocation to INSAT/ BONGONOLE

Funding for the Fresher’s Event on 10/16 at the FSU Reservation

Food: $900

9/12/16

Bill 36-Allocation to the Public Health Student Association

Funding assistance to help in expanding the recognition of the organization on campus.

General Expense: $208 Food: $479.79

9/12/16

Bill 37-Allocation to the Physics Graduate Student Association

PGSA will provide funding assistance for an honorarium for Jedidah Isler’s presentation in October.

Contractual Services: 1,000

9/12/16

Bill 38- Allocation to the Physics Graduate Student Association

For the purchase of food and beverages for monthly meetings.

Food: $880

9/26/16

Bill 39- Allocation to Applied Sport Psychology

Funding support for training fees, travel and food for workshop featuring Dr. Elizabeth Jenkins

Contractual Services: $2090 Food: 300

Bill 40- Allocation to the Student Association for Religious Studies

Org. hosting keynote speakers for the department’s 16th annual graduate student symposium in Dodd Hall on Feb 17-19, 2017

Contractual Services: $3,000 General Expense: $200 Food: $300

7/18/16

6/20/16

9/26/16

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COGS BILLS & RESOLUTIONS 10/17/16

Bill 41 Sponsored by C-SACAllocation to the Lebanese Social Organization

Funding assistance for the screening of “A world Not Ours” in Askew Student Life Cinema Spring 2017. Additional funds for advertising supplies and appetizers.

10/17/16

Bill 42 Sponsored by the Ways & Means Committee: Substantive Edits of the COGS Code Amending Chapter 113- Requirements to Maintain Office

Attempt to define “arriving late’ and “leaving early” from COGS meetings and the attendance penalty associated with such

Forwarded back to the Ways & Means Committee

10/17/16

Bill 43 Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark- Transfer of Travel Grant Funds

Approval to transfer additional funding in to the November through February category for students presenting at professional conferences.

Passed

11/07/16

NEW CONGRESS

NEW CONGRESS

NEW CONGRESS

11/07/16

Bill 1: Allocation to the Indian Students Association of Tallahassee

Funding assistance for the Diwali Event , an Indian festival of lights at the Globe Auditorium December 9, 2016

Food: $200

11/07/16

Bill 2 Sponsored by C-SAC: Allocation to the School of Teacher Education Graduate Student Association

Funds for refreshments at panel discussions and for social hours prior to colloquiums

Food: $254.26

Bill 3- Allocation to the MBA Association

Assistance to subsidize a company tour trip to Atlanta for members to interview with potential employers.

$0

11/07/16

Bill 4- Sponsored by Representative Uttermark: Transfer of Travel Grant Funds

Approval to transfer additional funding in to the November through February category for students attending professional conferences

Passed

11/21/16

Resolution 2- Sponsored by the Academics & Student Life Committee: Support to Advance Diversity & Inclusion on Campus

Actively supports efforts to advance diversity and inclusion on campus

Passed

Bill 5- Allocation to the FSU Art Therapy Association

Funding assistance to conduct an annual workshop featuring Speaker Juliet King on 2/25/17.

Contractual Services: $1,485 Food: $1,00 General Expense: $200

11/7/16

12/5/16

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General Expense: $240 Food: $250


COGS BILLS & RESOLUTIONS Bill 6- Allocation to the FSU Music Teacher’s National Association Collegiate Chapter

Funding assistance for a dull day workshop entitled, “Refresh: Tips and Tools for Music Educators on February 18,2017

Contractual Services: 100 Food: $150

Bill 8-Partnership with PeaceJam

Funds will be used to partially fund the reception following Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi’s Public Talk at the Turnbull Conference Center on 3/24 at 6 pm.

Food: $3,000

2/6/17

Bill 9-Allocaiton to the College of Social Work Doctoral Student Organization

Funds will be used for carious projects, including a service event. As well as for food for monthly meetings, a workshop and social event

General Expense: $75 Food: $175

2/20/17

Bill 10 Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark -Transferring Funds to Support Conference Attendance Travel

To provide additional funding for graduate and professional students to attend conferences from the months of March-June

Transfer $2,125 form Jul Oct to Mar Jun

2/20/17

Bill 11 Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark-Transferring Funds to Support Conference Presentation Travel

To provide funding assistance for graduate students to present at conferences from the months of Mar-June

Transfer $1874.09 to Mar Jun period $7000 to Mar Jun

2/20/17

Bill 12 Sponsored by Deputy Speaker Uttermark Transferring Funds to the COGS Unallocated Account

To increase potential funding for RSO requests

Transfer to Unallocated Acct.: $7,000

3/6/17

Bill 13 Sponsored by the Budget Committee The Annual Budget for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year

Funding for Organizations and programs for July 1 2017-June 30,2018

Passed

1/9/17

2/6/17

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JUDICIAL BRANCH THE SUPREME COURT

James (Michael) Moorhead Attorney General

Joseph Meyer Chief Justice

Not Pictured: Jazz Tomassetti (Associate Justice), Donald Thompson (Associate Justice), Aqueelah Mitchell (Associate Justice), Peter Donnelly (Associate Justice), Gabriel Gari (University Defender), James Landry (University Defender)

The Student Supreme Court decides alleged violations of the Student Body Constitution and Statutes. It includes the Supreme Court Justices, Attorney General, and the University Defender. The Student Government Association’s Judicial Branch strives to uphold the statues by Student Senate. They hold hearings and deliberate about any potential violations of the student body constitution or statutes. When settling allegations, they attempt to “make sure that everything is ethical,’ says Attorney General Michael Moorhead. While they deal with coordinating with SGA President about legislation, whether to veto or sign bills, managing fund transfers, and election issues, they are mindful to the ideal of “you have a duty to your client and the laws,” says Moorhead. They have faced many challenges this year, such as dealing with the referendum about sanctuary for undocumented students at Florida State University and deciding its legality. However, despite the conflict, they ultimately decided to give the power to the students to decide. Another

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issue, is the constant practice of quick service. While the Judicial Branch Attorney General upholds the statues by Student Senate, the Supreme Court Chief Justice, Joe Meyer, must uphold those decisions and rules. When dealing with a conflict, the review of the facts are based on the Election Commission and everything is dealt with proper documentation, such as quorum’s and constitutional referendums. One of the Supreme Court’s largest cases this year, involved the approval or disapproval of letting a student run for Student Body President without a Vice President. After an advisory opinion is given by the Supreme Court, it goes through review by the Attorney General, then the Election Committee. Ultimately, they decided to allow the candidate to run without a vice president.


OFFICE OF ELECTIONS ELECTIONS SUPERVISORS

Jade McGrath Supervisor

Allison Schwartz Deputy Supervisor

Not Pictured: Louisa Hallett (Deputy Supervisor)

The Office of Elections recognizes political parties, hosts discussions, and conducts and facilitates campus elections. The Office of Elections saw successful changes for the 2016-2017 school year that included an effective open door policy to promote transparency and an effort to rewrite statutes and regulations to make them as clear for the students running as possible. Spearheading the department this year was freshman Jade McGrath and her two deputies; Ally Shwartz and Louisa Hallett. “We saw a lot of change this year in regards towards our move from print to social media,” says Swartz. “We’ve begun broadcasting our debates which has provided immediate access and information for students across campus.” McGrath adds “campaigns have moved from physical materials towards electronic media outlets. Instead of buttons and printed out flyers parties are moving towards postings, hashtags and social media. We require paperwork for all campaigning strategies be approved to ensure

the fairest possible election, this year the overwhelming majority of requests were for online based propaganda, for physical campaigning materials and objectives we only had about six requests.” And it seems to be working. This year the Black Student Union, the only agency that holds its elections through the Office of Elections, had its largest voter turnout in BSU history, bringing in 2,700 voters. The deputies and supervisor divide their time between interacting with students and supervising media and events so as to eliminate potential for violations and ensure that students feel comfortable to ask questions and learn the process. This transparency has allowed for effective communication and the growth of social media usage through outlets like Twitter and Facebook, allowing the student body to stay up to date with their candidates and the state of affairs.

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ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT UNION The Asian American Student Union works to inspire, educate, and empower those interested in Asian Pacific Islander American issues. AASU hosts cultural and educational events to spread the knowledge and appreciation of Asian culture within campus and the Tallahassee community.

“AASU at Florida State University is a place to embrace new cultures and enjoy it with friends. If you’re interested in getting involved with service, performing, creating awareness, or anything else, you can find it within AASU and our 10 affiliate organizations.”

The Asian American Student Union Center, Union Room A223 @fsuaasu

fsuaasu

@fsuaasu

fsuaasu@gmail.com

fsuaasu

sga.fsu.edu/aasu

BLACK STUDENT UNION The Black Student Union, the official representative on issues concerning Black Students, offers Black students a form of identity and a social life. BSU functions as a vehicle of communication to the FSU faculty and administration. BSU will remember our past, build on our present, and fight for our future.

“Here at FSU, the Black Student Union is driven and motivated by a student body that is ready and willing to participate and work towards a greater purpose. As the largest participatory agency on campus, we are determined to serve you and collectively leave our mark on this great university!”

Black Student Union House, 206 Woodward Avenue (across from Dorman Hall) @fsu_bsu

fsu_bsu

@fsu_bsu

fsubsu

fsublackstudentunion@gmail.com

sga.fsu.edu/bsu

HISPANIC/LATINO STUDENT UNION The Hispanic/Latino Student Union seeks to unify, inform, and serve the Hispanic/Latino community at FSU and in Tallahassee. The HLSU offers educational and cultural learning opportunities for the FSU community and opportunities for the Hispanic/Latino community.

“The Hispanic/Latino Student Union prides itself on being a place where students can feel at home and share their culture. We are a familia full of fun, energy, culture, and, most importantly, Seminole Spirit!”

El Centro, Union Room A212 (across from the LGBTQ Student Resource Center) @fsu_hlsu

Hispanic Latino Student Union

@hlsu_fsu

fsuhlsu

hlsu.director@gmail.com

sga.fsu.edu/hlsu

PRIDE STUDENT UNION Pride Student Union supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, asexual, intersex, and queer students across campus no matter their sexual orientation or gender identity. Pride creates a safe and positive environment by addressing the needs of LGBTQ+ students and increasing awareness of issues pertinent to them.

“Through our numerous educational, political, and social events, the Pride Student Union strives to foster a safe, comfortable, and fun environment for all students. Come hang out in the LGBTQ+ Student Resource Center, where you can learn more, make friends, and fully discover who you are.”

LGBTQ+ Student Resource Center, Union Room A211 (Take the stairs across from the Kaplan Testing Center to the 2nd Floor) @pridefsu

fsupride

pridefsu

pridefsu

psu.director@gmail.com

sga.fsu.edu/pride

VETERANS STUDENT UNION The Veterans Student Union represents the collective interests of all student veterans of the armed forces and those who support them. VSU strives to provide and promote economic, political, and academic enrichment through its activities and promote awareness of an appreciation for those who have served in the armed forces and the military culture.

“Come visit the Veterans Student Union on the 2nd floor of the Union in the SGA Offices!”

The Veterans Student Union Center, Union Room A225 fsuvsu

sga.fsu.edu/vsu

WOMEN STUDENT UNION “Although we may not have a specific culture, we have the unique opportunity to create our very own that is representative of the many different women on our campus! We have an amazing relationship with our female alumni of Women for FSU (including some who are graduates of FSCW!)”

The Women Student Union fosters the growth of women personally, professionally, and politically. The Women Student Union Center, Union Rooms 323 & 324 @wsu_fsu

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FSUWomenStudentUnion

@wsu_fsu

fsuwsudirector@gmail.com

sga.fsu.edu/wsu


Agencies


9/11

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All Agency Advance


ALL AGENCY ADVANCE The third annual All Agency Advance took place September 11, 2016 with 70-80 agency student leaders participating in an afternoon of leadership, learning and community. The All Agency Advance brings the positional leaders of our six SGA agencies: AASU, BSU, HLSU, Pride, VSU, WSU together to understand the power and history of their organizations, their individual and collective voice, and the tools they have to make their organization be successful in SGA and at the university. Presentations from SGA staff and graduate interns, Student Activties and Guest Services help prepare the agencies for the programming and advocacy work for the year ahead. Always a great event and a time to create new bonds, think about intersectionality, and realize how we can work together to make a more inclusive Florida State!

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ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT UNION EXECUTIVE BOARD

Samantha Jo Moncerate Director

Tejika Baweja Assistant Director

Aamena Ahmed Treasurer

Rosalyn Chen Programming Coordinator

Erin Grace Sjovall Public Relations

Lindsey Slater Education Coordinator

Tiffany Dawn Reyes Secretary

Not Pictured: Stephanie Lee (Public Relations)

The Asian American Student Union works to inspire, educate, and empower those interested in Asian Pacific Islander American issues. AASU hosts cultural and educational events to spread the knowledge and appreciation of Asian culture within campus and the Tallahassee community. Asian American Student Union is an SGA agency to facilitate a community for Asian and Asian American students at Florida State. The agency was founded in 1996 to create a sense of unity among various Asian organizations on campus. Currently, AASU is an umbrella organization of nine affiliates, which include multicultural, academic, and country-specific groups. The agency also hopes to facilitate those interested in learning about diverse Asian cultures.

Year in February. This year, the semi-formal banquet saw record attendance, with many attendees from outside of AASU, including students from across various universities in Florida. They also hosted Asian American Heritage Month, an event in the spring with events throughout March and April, such as AAMP’D, a music, poetry, and dance event at Club Downunder, and MAMA, a showcase of eight contestants running for Mr. and Miss AASU.

“We had a really energetic group of students that contributed to our membership this year,” said Sammie Jo Moncerate, AASU’s director, “Not only for AASU but through our affiliates.” AASU’s theme of the year was “Awakening,” to celebrate the agency’s 20-year-anniversay on campus. Their annual Fall Week kicked off the semester, inspiring newer AASU members to get involved. They also hosted the annual Lunar Banquet, commemorating the Lunar New

“I’d like to see the AASU member base embrace intersectionality,” Moncerate described how she would like to see AASU grow, “And exploring more of the ways we may identify with in addition to being Asian American.” This year, AASU saw many new faces both in the agency and their affiliates, something that AASU hopes to continue to see in years to come.

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4/8

7/6

HEAL & VSA Bootcamp

Speed Friending

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10/8

10/3

AASU Game Night

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Experience Asia


ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT UNION

11/14

1/24

Bibbity Bobbity Boo - Karaoke with AASU

11/18

AASU Fall Ball

AASU First Spring GBM

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ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT UNION

2/4

Lunar Banquet

3/31

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AASU Bazaar


4/6

Ms. & Mr. AASU

3/25 AAMP'D Feat. DANakaDAN 3/28 Education Workshop 3/30 Follow the Leaders: Dance Lesson 3/30 CASO GBM 3/31 AASU Bazaar 4/1 KASA Running Man 4/6 Mr. & Ms. AASU 4/7 aKDPhi Lucky Number 4: Asian Superstitions 4/9 FSA Barrio Fiesta! 4/11 HEAL Mentor Roundtable 4/11 ECAASU Workshop 4/14 Awards & Closing Ceremony 4/15 Field Day 4/23 ViSA Tally By Night

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BLACK STUDENT UNION EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

Rashard Johnson President

Mone’t King Vice President

Felix Pendleton Jr Treasurer

Not Pictured: Diamond Hill (Secretary)

EXECUTIVE BOARD COBOL Directors: Andrew Melville COBOL Directors: Jaszmyn Wilson Community Service: Robert Jackson Community Service: Paris Jennings Community Service: Lachante Bentley Fundraising & Sponsorships : Imelda Theodre (Mel) Fundraising & Sponsorships : Khalil Lewis Greek Relations: Amber Roach Health & Athletics: Ja’Vail Lewis Health & Athletics: Beveline Moisses Homecoming: Maurice McDaniel Homecoming: McKenzie Isom Incite: Patrick Hinson Incite: Mayshaunt Gary

Master Coordinators: Marcus Latimer Master Coordinators: Tselote Holley Membership: Alexis Richardson Membership: Brandon Brown Political Education: Kevin Jean-Pierre Political Education: Tatianna Smith PR & Marketing: Julia Jordan PR & Marketing: Ki-mani Ward Professional Development: Mikayla McGhee Professional Development: Maurice Wedderburn Socials & Events: Valeria Lake Socials & Events: Taylor Knight Street Team: Shem Rivera Street Team: Kristina Anderson

The Black Student Union, the official representative on issues concerning Black Students, offers Black students a form of identity and a social life. BSU functions as a vehicle of communication to the FSU faculty and administration. BSU will remember our past, build on our present, and fight for our future.

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BSU with Bobby E. Leach’s Wife and Son at 25th Anniversary Celebration


9/8

First General Body Meeting

Black Student Union is an SGA agency founded in 1968, as a center of support for African American students on campus. Along with acting as a safe space and representing issues concerning black students, BSU also oversees numerous RSOs through COBOL, the Coalition of Black Organizational Leadership. “Being that Florida State had just recently integrated in 1962, there was a dire need for a safe space.” Diamond Hill, this year’s secretary, described the organization’s extensive history. “It is here where black students were first given the platform to be a part of something bigger than themselves.”

9/16

BSU Pep Rally

This year, BSU hosted 74 events. Annual events such as the Bobby E Leach Scholarship Ball had a record turnout, while new events such as the Afro Funk Fest, an outdoor festival featuring artists, musicians, and RSOs, proved to be successful as well. They hosted numerous activist events, such as “Activists and Inclusion – The Road To Equality” and even went on an agency-wide service trip to Memphis, Tennessee. In the future, BSU hopes to maintain agency traditions, while reinvigorating a sense of unity, activism, and service. Overall, BSU members, such as Hill, are excited to get back to work. “We aim to be strengthened in unity and love for one another,” said Hill. “Through this concept we can help to change our society, one day at a time.”

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BLACK STUDENT UNION 10/6

Cirque du Soleil: BSU Pageamt

11/17

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Lift Every Voice: Town Hall Meeting


12/6

1/27

2/2

Seminole Minority Leadership Institute Graduation

BSU House Groundbreaking Ceremony

BHM - COBOL Involvement Fair

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2/3

BHM: Play

2/10

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BHM: Afro Funk Fest


2/15

BHM: Lip Sync

2/1 BHM Opening Ceremonies 2/2 COBOL Involvement Fair 2/2 Reflection: Black Art Show 2/3 Black History Month Play 2/4 BSU Olympics 2/5 Church @ FWPC 2/6 BSU Zumba 2/9 Link: Networking Mixer

2/23

BHM: Black Panther Event

2/10 Afro Funk Fest 2/11 Jeopardy - Greek Edition 2/13 Selma Screening 2/15 The Voice - Lip Sync 2/16 106 & Park GBM 2/18 Black Business Expo 2/20 Town Hall Meeting 2/21 Parallels in US History 2/22 BHM Dinner & Fundraiser 2/23 Black Panther Meeting 2/23 BSU Service Trip 2/28 BHM Closing Ceremonies & Magazine Reveal

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HISPANIC/LATINO STUDENT UNION

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Alfredo Cortez Director

Daniela Bermudez Assistant Director

Treasurer: Ivan Torres Secretary: Guisselle Garcia Internal Affairs: Max Orellana University Relations: Brandon Vargas Programming Cooridnator: Richell De Jesus Programming Cooridnator: Manuel Muniz

Programming Cooridnator: Isabella Silva Programming Cooridnator: Brian Licona Programming Cooridnator: Delsa Gonzalez Programming Cooridnator: Marian Suriel Programming Cooridnator: Idel Mena

The Hispanic/Latino Student Union seeks to unify, inform, and serve the Hispanic/Latino community at FSU and in Tallahassee. The HLSU offers educational and cultural learning opportunities for the FSU community and opportunities for the Hispanic/Latino community.

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9/15

Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff GBM

9/4

The Challenge: Affiliate Retreat

9/10 Hola Tallahassee 9/15 It's Our Time, Somos El Futuro GBM

9/23 9/26

Immigration and the 2016 Election with Juan Escalante

Supporting Our Negocio Latino: La Tiendita

9/18 Street Cleanup 9/19 Pelo Malo Screening 9/23 Supporting Our Negocio Latino: La Tiendita 9/26 Immigration and the 2016 Election with Juan Escalante 9/29 Café Con Pan: Faculty & Staff Appreciation Day 10/2 HLSU Olympics 10/5 Vota! Voter Registration Drive 10/9 Familia Game Night 10/16 HHM Celebration 10/22 TNFHA Hispanic Festival 2016

9/29

Cafe Con Pan: Faculty Appreciation Day

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HISPANIC/LATINO STUDENT UNION 10/2

HLSU Olympics

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1/26

GBM - Un Ano Nuevo Con La Familia

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2/23

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Mental Health Advocacy Awareness Seminar


HISPANIC/LATINO STUDENT UNION 3/29

GBM with BSU

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3/30

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Walk for Solidarity for Our Immigrant Students


4/15

HLSU Gala

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PRIDE STUDENT UNION EXECUTIVE BOARD

Candace Tavares Director

Roberto Flores Assistant Director

Bri Campbell Political Action Coordinator

Jake Truett Public Relations Coordinator

Viesha Andrews Membership Coordinator

Not Pictured: Sophina Andrade (Center Director), Kayla Dixon (Treasurer), Kyle Estrada-Clarke (External Affairs Coordinator), Nathaniel Leonard (Secretary), Shelby Resnick (Secretary), Kiara Gilbert (Programming Coordinator)

Pride Student Union supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, asexual, intersex, and queer students across campus no matter their sexual orientation or gender identity. Pride creates a safe and positive environment by addressing the needs of LGBTQ+ students and increasing awareness of issues pertinent to them.

9/7

Fall General Body Meeting

9/22

Speed Friending

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10/11 10/7 10/13

General Body Meeting

Coming Out Day Pride Networking Mixer

11/30

Fall 2016 Amateur Drag Show

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10/18

Pride Queerness

10/20 10/19

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Open Mic Night

F Virginity


10/26 10/27

Halloween Party

Poke Pals

10/3

Revolution: Opening GBM

10/5

Allies & Safe Zones 101

10/7

Coming Out Day

10/7

March to the Capitol

10/11

More Than The President: Come Learn About Everything that is Going to be On the Ballot

10/11

The Life and Times of Harvey Milk Screening

10/13 Connections: LGBTQ+ Networking Mixer 10/17

F&$# Virginity: With WSU A Blunt Conversation About Sex

10/18 Queerness Around the Globe 10/19 Queer Open Mic 10/20 Are You Prepared? HIV Prevention 10/21 Fall Drag Show 10/24 Mala Mala 10/26 Queering Social Movements 10/26 Pride's PokePals 10/27 Halloween Party

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1/13

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Spring 2017 Amateur Drag Show


4/4

Pride Black Excellence Tour

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Stanley Almodovar III, 23

Alejandro Barrios Martinez, 21

Amanda L. Alvear, 25

Brenda Marquez McCool, 49

Oscar A. Aracena Montero, 26

Gilberto R. Silva Menendez, 25

Rodolfo Ayala Ayala, 33

Kimberly Jean Morris, 37

Antonio Davon Brown, 29

Akyra Monet Murray, 18

Darryl Roman Burt II, 29

Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, 20

Angel Candelario-Padro, 28

Geraldo A. Ortiz Jimenez, 25

Juan Chavez Martinez, 25

Eric Ivan Ortiz-Rivera, 36

Luis Daniel Conde, 39

Joel Rayon Paniagua, 32

Cory James Connell, 21

Jean Carlos Mendez Perez, 35

Tevin Eugene Crosby, 25

Enrique L. Rios, Jr., 25

Deonka Deidra Drayton, 32

Jean Carlos Nieves Rodríguez, 27

Simón Adrian Carrillo Fernández, 31

Xavier Emmanuel Serrano-Rosado, 35

Leroy Valentin Fernandez, 25

Christopher Joseph Sanfeliz, 24

Mercedez Marisol Flores, 26

Yilmary Rodríguez Solivan, 24

Peter Ommy Gonzalez Cruz, 22

Edward Sotomayor Jr., 34

Juan Ramon Guerrero, 22

Shane Evan Tomlinson, 33

Paul Terrell Henry, 41

Martin Benitez Torres, 33

Frank Hernandez, 27

Jonathan A. Camuy Vega, 24

Miguel Angel Honorato, 30

Juan Pablo Rivera Velázquez, 37

Javier Jorge Reyes, 40

Luis Sergio Vielma, 22

Jason Benjamin Josaphat, 19

Franky Jimmy DeJesus Velázquez, 50

Eddie Jamoldroy Justice, 30

Luis Daniel Wilson-Leon, 37

Anthony Luis Laureano Disla, 25

Jerald Arthur Wright, 31

Christopher Andrew Leinonen, 32


VETERANS STUDENT UNION EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

Director: Erica Menendez Assistant Director: Chris Schoborg External Coordinator: Nathan Boler

Internal Coordinator: Rebecca “Becky” Tauber Treasurer: Amanda McKibben

The Veterans Student Union represents the collective interests of all student veterans of the armed forces and those who support them. VSU strives to provide and promote economic, political, and academic enrichment through its activities and promote awareness of an appreciation for those who have served in the armed forces and the military culture. The Veterans Student Union strives to support the veterans attending Florida State University. This organization not only supports their students, academically and socially, but also through helping them become acclimated to the university. One of The Veterans Student Unions largest goals, is to further connect traditional students and the Tallahassee community to veteran students. The Assistant Director of the Veteran Student Union (VSU), Christopher Schoborg, hopes to integrate student vets and the Florida State student population, because he believes that the age difference and life experiences of both parties can have a positive impact on both nontraditional and traditional students. Schoborg said “we have a lot to learn from each other, because a freshman is a freshman no matter the age.” One of the main events that VSU hosted this year, was the 5th annual Veterans Ball. The overall objective of this event, is to bring vets, students and the Tallahassee community together, to build relationships and show the great achievements accomplished throughout the year. For example, annual awards are distributed, during this event, as well as the inauguration of the agency president. 84 | SGA Today 2016 – 2017

This event focuses on fundraising, in order to build more connections and use less than one-hundred dollars of VSU funds. Not only did they have a great turnout this year, but they also found a permanent venue for future events. Hosted in early November with hopes of raising awareness of student veterans, was The 2016 Veterans Week. These events are organized with the premise to integrate traditional and non-traditional FSU students. This year, they hosted several events such as the Chili Cookoff, a mindfulness event partnered with Coping Through College, and the most successful event Kisses for the Troops. These events not only increased awareness of student vets, but also contributed to the interconnectedness of the other student organizations through partnership. The Annual Veterans Film Festival, had the largest turnout thus far, which shows that VSU is growing its outreach. The main objective of this festival is to highlight and acknowledge military life and to extend awards to those who capture the true essence of veterans. Most of the featured movies are documentaries, such as “Citizen Solider”, which was about the stories of several national guards transition to being deployed to Afghanistan.


11/7

Vet Week Kickoff with Coping Through College

11/9 Awareness

11/12

Student Veteran Film Festival

11/10 Campus Kisses for the Troops 11/11 Veterans Day Parade 11/11 Military Appreciation Basketball Game 11/11 Military Appreciation Football Game vs. Boston College 11/12 6th Annual Student Veterans Film Festival feat. "Citizen Soldier"

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11/11

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Student Veteran Film Festival


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WOMEN STUDENT UNION EXECUTIVE BOARD

Melissa Rony Assistant Director

Kalin Houston Membership Coordinator

Shana Rosenthal WHM Coordinator

Not Pictured: Kaylynn Toomey (Director), Rhakyria McCormick (Director of Finance), Daenielle Hill (Director of Administration), Kristin Sanders (Political Education Coordinator), Jo’Anna Clayton (External Affairs Coordinator), Berline Cherelus (Public Relations Coordinator), Lisa Andre (WHM Coordinator), Bianca Jytoshi (OWL Director)

The Women Student Union fosters the growth of women personally, professionally, and politically.

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Don’t Tell Anyone: The Invisible Experience of Immigrant Women

WSU Market Wednesday


11/8

Women at the Polls

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11/10

Don’t Tell Anyone: The Invisible Experience of Immigrant Women

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WSU Resolutions


3/2

Sisterhood of the Traveling Mic

3/5

Women’s Day at the Rez

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3/8

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International Women’s Day


3/25

Women’s Leadership Conference

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WOMEN STUDENT UNION

3/23

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WSU Yoga

Ladies Legacy Banquet


3/1

Feminist, Womanist, and Everything In-Between GBM

3/2

Sisterhood of the Traveling Mic Karaoke

3/5

WSU Day at the Rez

3/6

Hidden Figures Screening

3/7

LIT Women Book Talk

3/8

International Women's Day

3/21 Milk and Honey Book Talk 3/23 Ladies Legacy Banquet

3/27

A Night With Sonya Renee Taylor

3/24 Vagina Monologues 3/25 Women's Leadership Conference 3/27 Sonya Renee Taylor 3/29 Yoga with WSU 3/30 Spotlight

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FRESHMAN LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Timothy Vincent FLI Director

Stacey Pierre FLI Assistant Director

Ashleigh Anderson FLI Facilitator

Not Pictured: Brunella McCann (FLI Facilitator), Amanda Dioguardi (FLI Facilitator), and Tashana Shields (FLI Facilitator)

The Freshman Leadership Institute is an Executive Project that is continued through changing executive administrations. The Freshman Leadership Institute is a 10-week program aimed at providing first-year students with the tools to become active student leaders while providing support as students adjust to the Florida State University campus and culture The Freshman Leadership Institute is a 10-week program, which aims to promote the personal and professional development of first year students, as well as providing resources to the next generation of student leaders. Students involved attend weekly meetings in the SGA Senate Chambers, learning skills such as public speaking, professional dress, and time management. “This program is remarkable,” said Stacey Pierre, this year’s Assistant Director, “It allows first year students to become engaged with diverse areas of campus.” FLI also has a peer mentor program, which allows freshman students to receive guidance from current student leaders.

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Along with providing first-year students with campus resources, participants in FLI plan and host an original event. This past academic year, FLI hosted Winterfest, an event created by and geared towards first year students. The event included RSOs from across campus and featured various winter-themed food and activities. The FLI also participated in Homecoming in the fall semester. Pierre is hopeful about FLI’s future, which only continues to expand. “I would like to see the organization host an alumni event,” said Pierre, regarding future semesters, “and host even more events on campus.”


9/26

FLI Mentor Reveal

9/24

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TRANSFER LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Erica Levy TLI Director

Jasmine Richardson TLI Assistant Director

Brooke Neal TLI Facilitator

Ketia Jeune TLI Facilitator

Not Pictured: Hamza Ajmal (TLI Facilitator)

The purpose of the Transfer Leadership Institute is to provide personal, professional, and leadership growth opportunities for ambitious transfer students through networking, programming, and educational experiences that impact the Florida State University student body and its surrounding community.

11/28

FLI & TLI Banquet

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11/28

FLI & TLI Banquet

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CLASS COUNCILS EXECUTIVE BOARD

Christina Lavender Senior Class President

Ariel Smith Senior Class Vice President

Ashley Wolf Senior Class Secretary

William (Chase) Bowman Senior Class Treasurer

Damon Edmond Junior Class President

Kierra Jenkins Junior Class Vice President

Elizabeth Franklin Junior Class Secretary

Madalyn Touma Sophomore Class President

Not Pictured: Ismael Exantus (Junior Class Treasurer), Ciara Quinn (Sophomore Class Vice President), Julian Van Pelt (Sophomore Class Secretary), and Bridget Walsh (Sophomore Class Treasurer).

The Class Councils shall work to instill unity in the Florida State University’s Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes to enhance their college experience and encourage active participation in the Florida State University community as both students and alumnus.

JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL MEMBERS AT LARGE Taylor Huet Jasmine Smith Kate Hamill Niara Houston Cora Alvi Nora Garcia SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL MEMBERS AT LARGE Annie Jacobson Cassie Roby Colleen Kane Ashley Falzoi Patrick Schutzman Nathaniel Parsons 100 | SGA Today 2016 – 2017

Berveline Moise Iyanna Barker Fania Jean Joseph Hennessy


1/25

3/30

9/18

Class Councils Summer Retreat

3/22

Seminoles Got Talent

100 Days Until Graduation Fair

Ring Dip Ceremony

3/7

Florida Space Day

4/17

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BUREAUS James Doyle OGA Director

John McQuillan IRHC Director

Mary Ama Hennessy OSL Director

Christopher Mergenthaler OEI Director

Not Pictured: Alexandra Gaskin (CPE Director), Rolando Gerena (MRU Director), Daniel Pertwee (OSS Director), Frances Sasport (WVFS V-89 Program Director), Jeffrey Edelstein (SCURC Director)

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS The Office of Governmental Affairs provides students with representation and advocacy within the university community and at all levels of government, as well as information about key governmental issues and its impact. Director: James Doyle Deputy Director: Cory Dowd Internal Assistant Director: Jared Honts Board of Directors: Michelle Lamm, Elyssa Ronik, Victoria Sheppard, Elizabeth Wilson, Evan Steinberg, Nicholas Mortellaro, Matilda Von Kalm, Ansley Schoen, Derek Silver

OGA is a bureau whose purpose is to help SGA and students engage in local, state, and national politics and governance. This year OGA focused on voter registration and turn out in the national elections – approximately 2500 students voted on campus and more students were registered to vote on campus. OGA also manages the Noles Engaged in Politics Program, a series of workshops to help students get engaged in politics and governance at the state level.

OGA plans the SGA components of FSU Day at the Capitol, including meeting with various members of the legislature on behalf of students and the OGA Legislative agenda, as well as hosting a reception in conjunction with the University on the 22nd floor with the Seminole Caucus. Governor Scott joined the event and was recognized for his support of Florida State University. The OGA legislative agenda can be found online here: http://sga.fsu. edu/oga/PDF/2017LegislativeAgenda.pdf.

OFFICE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION The Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation provides an on-campus location for students to share business ideas with access to necessary resources. Director: Christopher Merganthaler Director Student Start-Ups: Katie Wallshein Director of Social Entrepreneurship: Natalie Nolan Director Marketing: Khalil Modeste-Hall

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A bureau is an administrative division of the Executive Branch created as a direct support service for the student body as a whole and is responsible for educating, representing, and facilitating programming for special interest groups.

OFFICE OF STUDENT SUSTAINABILITY The Office of the Student Stability Initiative advances the sustainable culture of Florida State and actively engages the student body in sustainability related projects, environmental education, and policy action. Director: Daniel Pertwee Assistant Director: Savannah Rodriguez Treasurer: David Flynn Media Chair: Taylor Welniak

OFFICE OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP The Office of Servant Leadership provides support through funding and assistance to service-based organizations. It aims to preserve and cultivate the spirit and action of service, philanthropy, advocacy, social justice, and leadership at Florida State University. Director: Mary Ama Hennessy Assistant Director: Kadeem Walker Secretary: Bailey Fohr Treasurer: Arsene Frederic Special Events Director: Liz Hunt Public Relations Director: Savannah Valentine Liaison: John Moragues

The Office of Servant Leadership is an SGA bureau that offers support of various social justice, leadership, and service organizations on campus. Originally a part of the Center for Leadership and Social Change, OSL became a part of SGA in 2008 to be closer to student organizations, and help fund them through SGA. Overall, Ama Hennessey, OSL Director, was happy with the changes OSL has undergone. While she admits OSL is a smaller bureau, this year, they focused on name recognition within SGA, and connecting with students. They also expanded into an advisory board format, allowing them to advise smaller organizations and help more student organizations. While OSL assists various student groups such as Peace Jam, The Big Event, and Coping Through College, the SGA bureau also hosts various leadership and service-oriented events throughout the year. In the fall semester, they hosted a Service Fair, similar to the Involvement Fair on campus,

but specifically highlighting philanthropy and leadership organizations, as well as community leaders. They also hosted a Hunger Banquet before the Thanksgiving holiday, bringing awareness to poverty in the local community. Students who attended were randomly assigned to “social classes,” which affected the amount of food they received, inspiring attendees to be more thankful and consume thoughtfully over the holiday. In the spring, OSL hosted Adventures Through Service, which gave resources to students considering a gap year. Representatives from Americorps and Teach For America were also at the event, to specifically address questions from student attendees. They also held an annual end-of-theyear banquet, featuring guest speakers from the Tallahassee community. Next year, Hennessey hopes to continue featuring Tallahassee community leaders, connecting more students not only with resources on campus, but also ways to give back. SGA Today 2016 – 2017 | 103


BUREAUS INTER-RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL The Inter-Residence Hall Council engages students in the on-campus living experience through leadership development, community involvement, and peer advocacy. Director: John McQuillan Associate Director: Zach Shuman National Communications Coordinator: Erin Sjovall Assistant Director of Finance: Brittany Santoro Assistant Director of Relations: Sophia Hoang

CENTER FOR PARTICIPANT EDUCATION The Center for Participant Education provides an alternative to the traditional curriculum taught at Florida State University. It serves as a forum for progressive and alternative ideas on education, politics, and the arts. Director: Alexandra Gaskin Assistant Director: Christian Vogt

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH (SCURC) The Student Council for Undergraduate Research & Creativity connects the Student Government Association with the academic community, focusing on undergraduate research. Director: Jeffrey Edelstein Assistant Director: Kirsten Christensen Editor of the OWL: McKenna Britton Treasurer: Nicole MacMillan

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OFFICE OF GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS Presidential 9/26 The Debate Watch Party

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INTERRESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL of 2/20 Lord the Wings

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AFFILIATED PROJECTS An SGA Affiliated Project is an operation formally adopted by the Student Government Association as a special project; is characterized by its autonomous nature; generates funding when possible, may be housed outside of the Union, deals frequently with the community and provides information, services and unique opportunities for students.

MEDICAL RESPONSE UNIT The Medical Response Unit is the first response and emergency care for all students, employees, and visitors to Florida State University. Director: Rolando Gerena

WVFS RADIO STATION WVFS is Florida State University’s student-led radio station, providing diverse music and news to Tallahassee. Program Director: Frances Sasport General Manager: Michelle Laurents Music Director: David Wolfson Studio Manager: Calvin Jones

Engineer: Andy Hanus Network Administrator: Nicolas Wienders Network Administrator: Edward Peirce Webmaster: Lon Beshin

WVFS, also known as V89, is the Florida State campus radio station that has been programming since 1987. “A big goal of the station is to foster community spirit.” Hannah Wait, the station’s music director, discussed how the station employs both volunteers from FSU, TCC, and even high school students. “We give everyone opportunities to get involved with the Tallahassee music scene, and to just be around people with similar interests.” This year, the station held their Pledge Drive, which occurs every four years. Representatives from V89 tabled at shows around Tallahassee, and presented at music events across town. They also held numerous interviews, promoted countless shows, held ticket giveaways, and even aired live performances of local

bands. In the future, Wait hopes to see a return of historic V89 events, such as the anniversary party at Club Downunder, as well as host more touring bands, such as the Kississippi show this year. Wait, as the music director, serves as the liaison between the music, promoters, and the student DJs. She reports weekly charts to promoters, schedules in-studio performances, and makes sure the station maintains a balance between local and outside musicians. Despite V89 having multiple employees such as Wait, she emphasizes the work of the student volunteers. “We have amazing volunteers; some of their lives are devoted to the local music scene. I really hope that spirit and dedication withstands the test of time.”

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AFFILIATED PROJECTS UNION BOARD The Union Board is established to provide students, faculty, and staff with activities, programs, and services to be offered through the Oglesby Union Complex.

Anne Piervil Policy Committee

Chase Bowman Space Committee Chair

Dean Faulkenberry Space Committee

Hannah Akil Policy Committee Vice Chair

Kylan J. Simpson Policy Committee

Patrick Preston Sustainability Committee Budget Committee

Edwin Elliot Budget Committee Vice Chair

Not Pictured: Andrew Evans (Budget Committee Chair), Nora Fanfalone (Space Committee Vice Chair, Sustainability Committee), Rebecca Davis (Policy Committee Chair), Diana Haber (Sustainability Committee Chair, Budget Committee), Melisa Kaytaz (Sustainability Committee Vice Chair, Space Committee)

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CAMPUS RECREATION The Campus Recreation Board, hereinafter referred to as the Recreation Board, provide students, faculty, and staff with activities and programs and services to be offered through the Bobby E. Leach Recreation Center and other campus recreation facilities.

Spencer Miller Student Representative

John Agudelo Student Representative

Kimberly Caufield Student Representative

Matthew Pozai Student Representative

Izzy Izore Student Representative

Tristan Waterbury Student Representative

Roderick Moore Student Representative

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AFFILIATED PROJECTS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS

Lauren Alsina Photographer

Priyanka Bera Graphic Designer

Mackenzie Cesar Graphic Designer

Julia Crabtree Photographer

Kelley Cunningham Graphic Designer

Nicholas Kielbasa Graphic Designer

My An Le Graphic Designer

Kuan Ni Graphic Designer

Isaias Oliver Graphic Designer

Cole Popper Photographer

Jasmine Smith Graphic Designer

Sarah Williams Photographer

Not Pictured: Elizabeth Wang (Graphic Designer)

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Student Publications provides students with free color printing, design, photography, and publicity services.

Student Publications provides free color printing, graphic design, and photography services for recognized student organizations. What began as a humble school newsletter has evolved into a hub of student creatives that design and document the current voice of the student body. Through graphic design, photography, and journalism, it is our goal to continue promoting and informing the campus of student-led events to the student body. As we have experimented in the past with video and newsletter formats, Student Publications continues to evolve with tends in communication and advertising to better suit our clients’ needs. As Media Specialist, I am responsible for designing and printing media, along with supervising and training a talented group of student graphic designers, photographers, and journalists. As a staff member of SGA, I connect our group of students to the events and initiatives of our student leadership. Our goals are to assist in the marketing efforts of the SGA entities and recognized student organizations to ensure that events are publicized and recorded. In doing this, we wish to hone our students’ skills to become better graphic designers, photographers, and journalists and prepare them for the professional world beyond. We hope that students can use our talents as a resource so they can spend more time planning and coordinating events that directly impact campus and the community.

We attended 148 events to photograph, and designed 720 designs. We transitioned to a computerized Account Tracking system and invested in a new sustainable printer that should save us thousands of dollars in the future. In the Fall 2016, we hosted our third annual Student Publications retreat where we had an information session about Allies and Safe Zones as well as student-led presentations on graphic design, photography, and customer service. One of our students was nominated as Student Employee of the Year. This year we were actively involved in the promotional material for the Golden Tribe Lecture Series and MLK Week. We designed and published All Agency Advance guidebook, Her Voice magazine, and SGA Today. Student Publications staff worked extensively on cohesive branding for Hispanic Heritage Month, Pride Month, Veterans Week, Women’s History Month, and Asian American Heritage Month. We hope that we can continue being a powerful resource for student organizations to utilize. As communication sways onto more digital platforms, I hope that Student Publications will explore new avenues and adjust to modern communication trends to continue being a workshop for student graphic designers, photographers, and journalists to help student organizations reach the student body effectively. I feel there is still room to grow as expectations and talent capabilities change.

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CHANCE THE RAPPER WARCHANT CONCERT OCT. 12

WHITNEY CUMMINGS POW WOW OCT. 14

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ALLIES & SAFE ZONES

1,186

PARTICIPANTS*

92 15

+ 63 SCHEDULED

SESSIONS

29 REQUESTED

24 TOTAL FACILITATORS 1

ACTIVE FACILITATORS

2

3

4

5

3

4

5

REPRESENTING 8 DEPARTMENTS

96%

of participants agreed or strongly agreed that they obtained resources for further support and connection for LGBTQ+ students and community members.

“I liked how it was very open, positive, and understanding of people’s different levels of LGBTQ+ exposure.” “I liked the discussion-based learning. It was nice to learn from each other’s experiences opposed to a lecture style workshop.”

*Since 2013

PROGRAM GOALS

Allies & Safe Zones is an ally development program to promote acceptance and support of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Pansexual, and Two-Spirit-identifying (LGBTQ+) people. Seminole Allies is coordinated through the offices of the Student Government Association at Florida State University and is offered regularly to the campus community. The program is open to all, regardless of orientation, identity, or expression. The Allies & Safe Zones re-launched in Fall 2013 as a new, more interactive program. If you attended a Safe Zone-Tallahassee workshop, we thank you for your continued support by inviting you to complete a Allies & Safe Zones 101 session to renew your commitment to being an ally. 114 | SGA Today 2016 – 2017

1. To promote acceptance and support of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Pansexual and Two-Spirit identifying (LGBTQ+) people and an understanding of contemporary issues in the community. 2. To provide a space to discuss gender, sexuality, and allyship and to explore how we can make our campus safer and more inclusive. 3. To push participants to examine the roots of their assumptions about gender and sexuality in hopes they will continue to do so in everyday life. 4. To confront personal biases and increase understanding for participants at every level of knowledge and allyship. 5. To show that heterosexual people have a sexual orientation and that cisgender people have a gender identity. 6. To discuss what it means to be an ally and demonstrate that allyship is a continuous, ongoing process.


FACILITATORS

101 Workshop

Allies & Safe Zones 101 Allies & Safe Zones 101 is a workshop that engages participants in better understanding allyship as a process, inclusive language, pronoun usage, and LGBTQ+ contemporary issue

200 Workshops

Allies & Safe Zones 201: Trans Ally A workshop that engages participants in better understanding trans identities, gender variance, socialized gender expectations, intersex identities, and becoming allies to people with trans and other gender variant identities. Allies & Safe Zones 202: Personal Identity Development A workshop that engages participants in exploring their own identity development as allies using identity development models, reflection tools, and interactive exercises. Identity of LGBTQ+ individuals will also be discussed and examined using multi-media and discussion. Allies & Safe Zones 203: Navigating the Holidays A workshop that engages participants in understanding the dimensions of LGBTQ+ students’ experiences of going home for the holidays. This conversation-based workshop will include: dialogue regarding holiday dinner discussions around religious beliefs and politics, navigating a non-supportive environment, and resources for students unable to go home. Allies & Safe Zones 204: Intersecting Identities A workshop that engages participants in better understanding the complex, at times conflicting, identities that intersect with an LGBTQ+ identity. Participants will discuss and reflect upon experiences and misconceptions of intersections between LGBTQ+ identities with other salient identities, such as race, religion, geographic, and global. Allies & Safe Zones 205: Coming Out, Family Dynamics, and Other Support Systems A workshop that engages participants in learning about the ongoing process of coming out for LGBTQ+ individuals, the challenges/barriers associated with this process, and the benefits/lived experiences of being out. Also, participants engage in understanding how family dynamic play into a person’s lifelong coming out process, with a range of support levels. Join us to learn how to support someone who is coming out on campus and gather an understanding of how to navigate aspects of this journey.

301 Workshop

Seminole Allies & Safe Zones 301: Train the Facilitator Allies & Safe Zones 301: Train the Facilitator is a professional development for FSU Faculty and Staff to become co-facilitators for Allies & Safe Zones 101. We open applications during the Summer and Spring semester for new facilitators.

Alan Acosta Dean of Student Department Danielle Morgan Acosta Student Government Association Trinity Gonzalez Guest Services, Oglesby Union Carolyn Harris Student Government Association Estee Hernandez The Center for Leadership & Social Change Miguel Hernandez The Center for Leadership & Social Change Kristen Lee Sustainable Campus Mecia Lockwood Student Government Association Gabe Marenco-Garcia Student Activities Center, Oglesby Union Kori Pruett Center for Health Advocacy & Wellness Sabrina Smith Advising, Biology Dorsey Spencer Student Activities Center, Oglesby Union Hope Young Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement Kristin Zaideman Career Center

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STAFF

MISSION The staff of the department of Student Government at Florida State University assist students in reaching their full potential. With a focus on leadership and identity development, belonging and inclusion, civic engagement and participation, and financial responsibility and stewardship, SGA staff advocate and support traditions, initiatives, and communities that benefit the student body.

CORE BELIEFS

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We believe that SGA offers students hands-on, experiential, outside of the classroom learning.

We believe that advising the students of SGA is a situational process of challenge and support.

We believe that diversity of thoughts, ideas, and identities bring a richer, more educational dialogue to leadership and the campus community as a whole.

We believe that all students have the potential to serve, lead, advocate on behalf of their peers, create change, and be positive financial stewards of their funds.

We believe that students learn through engaging in the leadership process, and that the limitless opportunities within SGA is a venue to practice that leadership and hone their skills.


SGA STAFF

Danielle Morgan Acosta Director

Carolyn Harris Assistant Director

Josh Kinchen Student Program Coordinator

Mecia Lockwood Student Program Coordinator

Whitney Brown COGS Program Associate

Kim Dicks SGA Business Manager

Ben A. Young Designer Web/Print

Mattie Durham SGA Administration Senate ProgramAssistant

Tony Nguyen Media Specialist

Carolyn R. Griffin Executive Branch Program Assistant

Rosalind Sapp Departmental Accounting Rep

Priscilla Jean-Louis Departmental Accounting Rep

Chase Breeden Graduate Student Co-Advisor

Hope Young Graduate Student Co-Advisor

Joshua Guffey Graduate Student Co-Advisor

Kristen Lemaster Graduate Student Co-Advisor

Lauren Apgar Graduate Student Co-Advisor

Lauren Haynes Graduate Student Co-Advisor

Pei Hu Graduate Student Co-Advisor

Terri Thomas Graduate Student Co-Advisor

The staff of the department of Student Government at Florida State University assist students in reaching their full potential. With a focus on leadership and identity development, belonging and inclusion, civic engagement and participation, and financial responsibility and stewardship, SGA staff advocate and support traditions, initiatives, and communities that benefit the student body.

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Advised student organizations in leadership development, programming, and advocacy. The identity-based SGA Agencies hosted over 175 cultural, educational, and social events open to the entire campus community with an attendance of over 11.500. Seventy agency student leaders developed leadership skills and knowledge through the 3rd annual All Agency Advance training program. Expanded the Allies & Safe Zones program exponentially as over 1000+ students, faculty, staff, and community members have participated in the workshops facilitated by various professionals across campus with a vibrant online presence of resources. More in-depth workshops explore personal identity development, students navigating the holidays, the coming out process, and being an ally to the trans community. Hosted world-renowned speakers to students and the Tallahassee community through SGA entities and the Golden Tribe Lecture Series, including social critic & intellectual Marc Lamont Hill, composer Philip Glass, and writer & filmmaker Barry Jenkins. SGA and the Headliners Committee supported Homecoming artist, hip hop star Chance the Rapper and comedian Whitney Cummings.

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Allocated Activities and Service funding of $12,860,000 to the Oglesby Union, Campus Recreation, Student Activities and Organizations, and the Congress of Graduate Students. SGA financially certified over 1300 student leaders regarding fiscal responsibility, planning, and stewardship through the budgeting process. Designed and advertised 720 studentbased services and events through Student Publications, creating graphic-design project, photography servicss, and marketing campaigns for Recognized Student Organizations, SGA entities, and university-wide events. Partnered with the Career Center and academic departments to provide over 25 undergraduate and graduate student internships, engaging students in experiential learning and reflection opportunities to prepare for successful careers in the future. Supported students’ civic engagement participation in campus and nationwide elections. On campus SGA, BSU, and Homecoming elections saw increased participation with over 20% of the student body voting in the Spring SGA election. SGA worked closely with the Leon County Office of Elections to coordinate opportunities to register students on campus to vote, visiting campus and training countless students to register others to vote as well. Almost 2500 people voted at the Oglesby Union polling location that hosted three precincts on national Election Day.

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Danielle Morgan Acosta served as the Convention Chair for the ACPA, American College Personnel Association, International annual convention in Columbus Ohio. She also served as a Faculty member ACPA Phyllis Mabel New Professionals Institute.

Carolyn Harris served as a national Leadershape Co-Lead Faciliator

Josh Kinchen and Mecia Lockwood were selected to serve as Florida State University Leadershape Cluster Facilitators

Josh Kinchen was recognized for completing the D&I Certificate!

Mecia Lockwood participated in the Division of Student Affairs Noles Professional Institute!

Danielle Morgan Acosta became a member of the Florida State inaugural National Coalition Building Institute(NCBI) Leadership Team

The SGA “Grad Interns” were recognized by the Division of Student Affairs with the “Better Together” Award!

SGA Staff members presented across campus, at regional and national conferences, and in the Tallahassee community regarding SGA structure and participation; cross cultural advising; LGBTQ+ and Title IX collaboration; identity workshops, LGBTQ+ concepts in peer, sexual, and reproductive health; as well as the Allies & Safe Zones programs! They attending professional conferences including ACPA, NASPA, Dalton Institute., and Florida Student Activities Drive in.

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SGA STAFF


UNIVERSITY & DIVISION PARTICIPATION BY SGA STAFF University Union Replacement Steering Committee University Black Faculty & Staff Network University LGBTQ+ Faculty/Staff Network Division of Student Affairs Diversity & Inclusion Committee Division of Student Affairs Budget Leadership Team Division of Student Affairs Assessment & Research Committee Division of Student Affairs Professional Development Committee Division of Student Affairs Marketing Committee Garnet & Gold Scholar Society Overall Advisors MLK Week Planning Committee Senior Ring Committee Student Health Insurance Committee FSU Childcare Center Board of Directors Healthy Campus Committee Women’s Leadership Institute Planning Committee Dalton Institute Planning Think-tank Bookstore Advisory Council Dining Advisory Council Transportation Advisory Group Tucker Center Civic Center Advisory Group SGA Today 2016 – 2017 | 121


STUDENT STAFF

Sabina Dieujuste Student Assistant Front Desk

Sheldon Williams Student Assistant BSU

Emily Brinkley Student Assistant Front Desk

Michael Medina Student Assistant HLSU

Stacey Pierre Student Assistant Pride

Arsene Frederic Student Assistant AASU

Candace Tavares Student Assistant Pride

Melissa Rony Student Assistant WSU

Cecily (Cec) Matthews Student Assistant Pride

Erica Charles Student Assistant WSU

Not Pictured: Melissa Carcamo (Student Assistant, Front Desk), Lindsey Slater (Student Assistant, AASU), Kendahl Stewart (Student Assistant, BSU), Deztini Smith (Student Assistant, BSU), Diamond Hill (Student Assistant, BSU), Adeanna Eulette (Student Assistant, HLSU), SJ Fernandez (Student Assistant, HLSU), Maria Pareja (Student Assistant, HLSU), Yordan Urrutia (Student Assistant, HLS), Robert Begnoche (Student Assistant, Pride), Demetrius Winn (Student Assistant, Pride), Kristin Sanders (Student Assistant, WSU)

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4/17

The Longest Table

Diversity and Inclusion are more than buzz words or statistics. Diversity and Inclusion embody who we are and will inspire who we can be. Florida State University fosters the aspirations of all its students. It embraces diverse identities. It celebrates every experience. Together, we can harness the power of this collective diversity. Together, we can reimagine diversity as a key to excellence. Together, we can pioneer a path for meaningful engagement. WE can do more than accept differences. WE can use our differences to make a difference. #PowerOfWE #EngageDifference #TranscendTolerance SGA Today 2016 – 2017 | 123


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