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Meeting Minutes - January 20, 2010
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President (Sheldon Bates)

Old Business

Now ample seating exists in courtyard between library and BSB
Bicycle Racks – Parking management is evaluating suggested locations for feasibility and planning near the Colleges of Pharmacy and Dental Medicine
Visibility obstruction finally resolved near P lot
Please keep the suggestions coming; email me or let me know

New Business

Dr. Shaw proposed having our last meeting at her house, but there isn’t enough seated space for a dinner, so we will have heavy hor d’oeuvres.  This would be in place of our final meeting where we usually go to a restaurant and have a send-off.   What do y’all think? (Everyone wants to have it at a restaurant).  Dr. Shaw will be invited to our last meeting.

Packets with a list of responsibilities, the Constitution, and sample letters of intent.  Please take one if you are interested.  Please contact us if you are interested in running.  Our contact information is in the packet.

First Read:  On-campus smoking policy to put more weight on what we are trying to do at the Statehouse. 
5 minute Q & A

Groups around campus are starting their own fundraising.  Thoughts on us doing a fundraiser at lunch?  Empty water jug every day for the next month for people to donate money.  This would be in the ECL.
Water Missions International, Red Cross, other suggestions of who we should donate money to?  Water Missions is local and they make water treatment pumps to provide clean drinking water for a community.  Planning on setting up 2-3 more in the next couple of days.  Close to $25,000 to build one of these.  The Red Cross has a lot of resources.  The service committee will be in charge once we decide who we donate the money to.

Program Vice President (Andrea Boan)

Old Business

New Business

January 22, 7:30 pm; $5 student tickets, $10 non-student; 2 per ID

Free wine and cheese reception afterwards on the stage and the dancers come and meet everyone
Award to Robin will be handed out before the performance for her service

February 16th in the horseshoe with a band, pass out Mardi Gras beads
Worker spot signups at the next meeting (February 3rd)

SGA Worker Slot Lottery:  email will be sent out before February 3rd and if you want to work, your names will be put in a lottery and your ticket will be free, but you can still buy one ticket for a guest.  You can only have two tickets total (one for you, one for a guest)
SGA Ticket Sales – Wednesday, February 3 at the SGA meeting if you are in good standing and you come to the meeting.  At 5 pm we will have the list to signup to work if you won the lottery
Student Body Ticket Sales -Wednesday, February 10 5:30.  Will need workers to help sell tickets.  We struggle to find a time to sell the tickets due to students on rotation, but there is no way we can do a lottery.  You must be present with your ID to get the two tickets; you can’t bring 2 IDs and then you can get your date one ticket if you are working. 

Academic Vice President (Tyler Pierce)

New Business

Pro/Con Debate: 

All in favor.

Lunch provided to the 1st 100 people.  Sponsored by different organizations.  A different lecture will be held each day:  Monday will be on immunziation, Tuesday the value of primary care, Wednesday will have a panel with PA and a physician discussing rural S.C. and Thursday will be on healthcare system reform.  Each rep will be sent a PDF poster to forward to your classes. 

Treasurer (John Brandt)

New Business

4-6pm Friday/9:30am-1pm Saturday:  Sign-ups also going around.  Friday will be set-up. 

Motion to read by title only.  Five minute Q&A.

2nd read by title only.  Accepted budget.

Secretary (Meg Croom)


College and Organizational Reports
MUSC Gives Back

Student Programs:  Willette Burnham

University Wide Committees

Dental:  Dental screenings still going on, we need patients.  Free X-rays and exams.  We will pay you if you need something filled.  1st floor CDM.

Graduate Studies

Health Professions

International Student Association


Multicultural Student Advisory Board:  Matthew Tice:  Meeting February 1 in the ECL 107 at noon

Nursing:  Shelley: 2 new reps with us tonight

Pharmacy:  Mackie:  The PLS conference is this weekend and we still have a free registration for this Saturday.

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