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BOG: Group makes allotments to clubs

Ashley Charnley | Thursday, November 20, 2008

Mo Weaver, Board of Governance (BOG) treasurer, announced that allotments were decided and handed out to clubs and organizations at Saint Mary’s during Wednesday’s meeting.

The Executive Board worked late into the night in order to choose how the allotments would be given out, BOG advisor Patrick Daniel, Director of Student Involvement said.

“They took a lot of time to make sure that those that should have received money received money,” Daniel said.

The Executive Board will be meeting with the treasurers of each group receiving money in order to explain how the allotments work.

BOG also discussed an open forum being held today in order to address concerns about food service. The forum will be held in the Student Center Lounge at 5 p.m., Catherine Meadors, Student Services commissioner said.

Barry Bowles, General Manager of Sodexo at the College, will be attending the forum in order to take questions and suggestions from the students about the food in the dining hall.

“I know a lot of people have concerns so if you have concerns, please just come. He is more than willing to answer questions,” Meaders said.

In other BOG news:

u The Senior Class Board is hosting the “Welcome to the Jungle” dance on Dec. 4 from 8 to 11 p.m. in Haggar Parlor, said Jenny Antonelli, president of Class of 2009. Tickets are $5 and the dance is open to all classes.

“It’s just like a fun couple hours on a Thursday night,” Antonelli said.

u Saint Mary’s students put together and sent more than 2,500 letters to troops in Afghanistan, student body president Mickey Gruscinski said.

Student Diversity Board (SDB) will be hosting “Sugar Makes the World Go Round” on Dec. 2 in the Student Center Lounge at 6:30 p.m. Adriana Rodriguez, president of SDB said.

“It will be different snack foods from countries all over the world,” Rodriguez said. Different clubs and organizations from the Modern Language and Intercultural Studies departments will be making the desserts and SDB will be providing beverages.

u In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Multicultural Services, Anthropology department, and the Anthropology club have been holding events to raise awareness about the culture said Rodriguez.

The final event will be a panel discussion on Current Issues facing Native Americans from

7:30 to 9 p.m. in Vander Vennet Theatre on Nov. 24.