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Roll Call: Words from the SGA Senate 10/26/11

SGA will be participating in “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” on November 2. The event’s purpose is to take a stand against sexual violence and raise awareness of this important cause. Aramark met with the Senate to have an open discussion about the questions, comments, and concerns that have arisen recently regarding food services.

The Senate approved the Baseball Club as the newest club sport on campus for those who are very interested in playing baseball but do not have the time, commitment, or necessary skill for the University team. Thus far the club is composed of 18 members from all four grade levels. Dues will be relatively low and the club has insurance taken care of. They will be playing competitively against schools in the tristate area.

The International Business Club and the Running Club will be coming up soon as well.

The Snowriders Club have requested funding for a trip to the Tremblant Resort. They wish to offer a student discount to those who wish to attend. Last year, roughly 90 students attended the trip and the interest is increasing each year.

Homecoming Committee Report: Spirit Week is this week leading up to the Homecoming game on Saturday. A pep rally will be held at 5:00 pm in the MAC.

The Committee of Student Affairs, Campus, and Safety would like to report that the parking concern on the Residential side is being looked into. Lights have been installed near the trash cans outside the Great Lawn Apartments, to illuminate the parking lots at night.

The FreshStart Committee would like to report that October 30 is “Touchdown for Tata’s.” Visit the Relay for Life Facebook to find out more info.