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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minutes

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Final 69th MSSA Senate
April 24, 2002.

Meeting called to order by Speaker Rachel D. Noah

Roll Call (Present, Absent, Proxy-Excused)
Senators Present
Samantha Gallion 13-3-0, Daniela Rumpf 28-0-0, Byron Pike 28-0-0, Ryan L. Haugen 9-0-0, Andrew Menden 28-0-0, Jessica Giordani 7-0-0, Richard Dueser 25-0-0, Brian Mullin 26-0-2, Jayson Read 28-0-0, Katie Garrity 28-0-0, Rhys Gaffer 7-0-0, Stephanie White 27-1-0, Ashley Guetter 24-0-0, Hailey Schmitz 6-0-0, Celeste Hollerud 9-0-0, Andy Nelson 8-0-0, Jessica Boyd 9-0-0, Joe Muggli 28-0-0, Stacy Wiech 21-0-3, Ian Radtke 26-0-1-1, Zach Biesanz 21-0-3, James Tung 27-1-0, Monica Klein 21-3-4, Cassandra Linkenmeyer 19-3-2,

Senators Absent

Bethany Jackson 11-5-0
Executive Staff Absent
Roger White Owl, Uzair Shaffi

Student Forum-Doug Munson-MSU Reporter-Challenge of Bowling game.

Approval of Agenda

Approval of Minutes 4/10/02 4/17/02 Minutes approved

Officer Reports

President Roger White Owl-MSUSA this weekend, Meet & Confer Monday.

This year was a great learning experience, felt coordinators did an outstanding job. Jayson Read did an outstanding job of lobby day. Enjoy your time, it goes very fast.

Speaker Rachel D. Noah

Correspondence: Malcolm O’Sullivan

MSSA Technology Fee Recommendation. This resolution recommends a Student Technology Fee for FY2002-2009 of $5.00 per credit hour, up to 12 credits, instead of the current $5.75 per credit hour. The President has requested that Vice President Healy forward all fee recommendations at the same time. Therefore, she will respond to this resolution with the rest of the Student Senate recommendations on the Student Activity Fee rates for FY 2002-2003.

MSSA Technology fee Recommendation-see correspondence from Student Technology Roundtable

Motion-SAC proposal Senator Pike/Senator Dueser

SAC R#04-24-02A

SAC recommends allocating up to $50.00 to Students Promoting Education about Animal Cruelty (S.P.E.A.C.)for World Wide Animals in Labs Week Conference in Chicago, IL.

Motion passes-Senator Biesanz-abstain

Announcements

Senator Radtke-Open House-Stanford observatory.

Senator Gaffer-Attending Minnesota State Student Affairs Policy Council meeting.

Contacted by Christine Connolly with information on student health care policies.

Senator Rumpf-Amnesty International-day of mourning-silent vigil tomorrow night

at the fountain for those who have died in the Israeli-Palestinian conflicts.

Senator Biesanz-Critical mass bike ride-show that we can do without cars or at least use them a lot less. 5:00 PM Friday at Madison East.

Senator Klein-MSU Softball Tournament-Saturday

Senator Pike-May 10, party at Senator Menden’s.

Senator Guetter-Choir Concert

Senator Giordani-Friday-annual research colloquium, Intercultural Center.

Monday night-women’s studies researcher’s projects open to the public.

Senator Muggli-Tomorrow night the Reporter challenged MSSA to bowling at Dutlers. We

need at least 12 students.

Senator Wiech-Still looking for a job.

Roll Call

Senators Present
Samantha Gallion 13-3-0, Daniela Rumpf 28-0-0, Byron Pike 28-0-0, Ryan L. Haugen 9-0-0, Andrew Menden 28-0-0, Jessica Giordani 7-0-0, Richard Dueser 25-0-0, Brian Mullin 26-0-2, Jayson Read 28-0-0, Katie Garrity 28-0-0, Rhys Gaffer 7-0-0, Stephanie White 27-1-0, Ashley Guetter 24-0-0, Hailey Schmitz 6-0-0, Celeste Hollerud 9-0-0, Andy Nelson 8-0-0, Jessica Boyd 9-0-0, Joe Muggli 28-0-0, Stacy Wiech 21-0-3, Ian Radtke 26-0-1-1, Zach Biesanz 21-0-3, James Tung 27-1-0, Monica Klein 21-3-4, Cassandra Linkenmeyer 19-3-2,

Senators Absent

Bethany Jackson 11-5-0

Executive Staff Present

Roger White Owl
Executive Staff Absent
Uzair Shaffi

Adjournment 4:38 P.M.