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72nd MSSA Senate
April 27, 2005

 

72nd Senate Meeting called to order by Speaker Kail Decker
      Roll Call (Present-Absent-Proxy-Excused)
Senators Present
Derek Ritchison 28-0-0, Katie Kendhammer 22-0-0,  Megan Brandt 26-0-0-2, Kevin Bender 10-0-0, Khumar Raza 19-3-0,  Jennifer McGuffey 26-0-0-2, Irfan Bangash 22-3-0, Adam Weigold 28-0-0, Shuaib Ibrahim 26-2-0 , Josh Peterson 6-1-0 Thomas Bergstrom 25-3-0, Michael Bruner 15-2-1, Tim Ibisch 25-1-0, Andrew Isker 6-0-0, Emily Kofoed 21-3-0-2   Jessica Cichy 23-1-221, Kristopher Lee 24-0-0, James Dye 10-0-0, Danielle Thomsen 26-2-0,  Rob Wills 16-0-0, Jesse Clift 26-2-0, Matthew Wangerin 17-0-0, Joe Mikolai 24-0-0
Senators Absent
Melissa Bartley 18-6-0, Mohammed Omar 23-3-0, Trevor Fleck 21-6-0, Crystal Borchardt  15-1-0, Jason Casey 19-3-0-2
        Executive Staff Present
President Anwer, Speaker Kail Decker, Vice-President Goga Copic

Student Forum
Bronson Pettitt-Reporter Staff Writer,
Senator Ibisch-Do you get paid?
Bronson-Barely. 
Senator Ritchison-What was your most favorite moment?
Bronson-Going to the Capitol with you.

Approval of Agenda  Approved

Approval of Minutes  04-13-2005  04-20-05    Minutes stand approved

Committee Reports
SAC-Megan Brandt, Co-Chair
SAC Motion #04/20/05 Advertising Club


SAC recommends allocating up to $600.00 to the MSU Advertising Club to attend the District 8 American Advertising Federation (AAF) National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC)
in Minneapolis, MN.

                  Motion passes unanimously

                  SAC Motion #0420.05 Model United Nations/International Relations Club


SAC recommends allocating up to $450.00 to the Model United Nations Club to attend the annual Arrowhead Model United Nations Conference in LaCrosse, WI.

Motion passes unanimously

SAC Motion #04.20.05C Psychology Graduate Student Association


SAC recommends allocating up to $500.00 for the Psychology Graduate Student Association to attend the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Conference in Los Angeles, CA.

Motion passes unanimously

Officer Reports
President Shahzad Anwer
yield
Senator Ibisch-Personally, how good of job have you done?

Vice President Goga Copic
yield

 Speaker Kail Decker
I will be attending Marquette University Law School

Announcements
Speaker-Go to 253
Cichy-Lip Sync tonight
Senator Wills-You are all invited to Highland Hills on Saturday at 3:00
Senator Ritchison-My band will be playing at 1:00 Saturday
Senator Dye-May 6 Dance with professional DJ
Senator Kofoed-Applebee’s is having a pancake breakfast
Vice President Copic-There will be three of us graduating on May 14.  Come and cheer us on.
It was a great year. 
Senator Isker-May 7 is my 19th birthday
Senator Cichy- Sigma Sigma Sigma  is celebrating it’s 15th  year  on campus.  

Roll Call
Senators Present
Derek Ritchison,  Katie Kendhammer, Megan Brandt, Director Buisman Bender, Khumar Raza, Irfan Bangash, Adam Weigold, Shuaib Ibrahim, Josh Peterson, Thomas Bergstrom, Michael Bruner, Tim Ibisch, Andrew Isker,  Emily Kofoed, Kristopher Lee, James Dye, Danielle Thomsen, Rob Wills, Jesse Clift, Matthew Wangerin, Joe Mikolai
Senators Absent
Melissa Bartley, Mohammed Omar, Trevor Fleck, Crystal Borchardt, Jason Casey
Executive Staff Present
President Shahzad Anwer, Vice President Goga Copic, Speaker Kail Decker

Final 72nd Adjournment