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CUSC In Brief: 4/2/15

April 2, 2015

Newly sworn-in President Kevin Kim (’16) called the Clark Undergraduate Student Council meeting on Tuesday night. Kim’s plans for the upcoming year include making Student Council “known for doing a lot of things” through ...

CUSC in Brief: Week of 03/26/2015

March 26, 2015

Grants allocated $1,400 to Making a Differing (MAD) for Just Do It Day, an annual, “big Clark tradition” occurring on April 18 in which Clark students spend a Saturday donating their time to non-profits around the Worcester/Main...

CUSC In Brief 03/10/15 and 03/17/15

March 24, 2015

The meeting of the of the Clark Undergraduate Student Council took place last week on March 10, 2015. The results of the recent CUSC recall election were certified by Jana Kelnhofer (18) of the Elections Committee and are ...

CUSC In Brief 02/19/15

February 25, 2015

After a vivacious roll call confirmed that there was quorum at the 106th session of the Clark Undergraduate Student Council (CUSC), a wave of decorum came over the Grace Conference Room and business ensued. The true cogs of ...

CUSC in Brief: Week of 02/12/15

February 12, 2015

At the meeting of the 104th Session of the Clark Undergraduate Student Council, the Grants Committee heard appeal requests from eight groups and organizations including EMS, participants of the Harvard Social Enterprise Conference,...

CUSC In Brief- Week of 1/29 and 2/2

February 4, 2015

Jan. 29- Molly Caisse The 2014 Mid-Semester Budget Report took up the most of this CUSC meeting. Budget requests for council recognized clubs were due on January 12. Student Council allocated $11,994 of the $12,000 available...

CUSC in Brief – Week of 01/22

January 22, 2015

Student Life Committee (SLC) announced that they will be hosting The Mr. Clark Pageant on January 24 beginning at 8:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to the first, second, and third  place winners and the first place winner will...

CUSC in brief: week of 11/20

November 20, 2014

Lauren Howard (‘17) spoke as a member of library administration and told the Council that the library will have normal hours the week of December 1, as opposed to staying open until 2:00 a.m. like in years past. This is because...

CUSC in brief: Week of 11/13

November 13, 2014

Bylaw 503 of the CUSC constitution was amended to take out required funding to Clark Cable Network (CCN). CCN no longer plans to function as a cable network and will now evolve into a club known as Film Production Society (FPS)....

CUSC in brief: Week of 11/7

November 7, 2014

After public comments, in which audiences member greeted Council, CUSC jumped right into allocating grants. All grants were allocated, with the exception of Vagina Monologues’ request, which will be reviewed next week. The...

CUSC in Brief – 10/30

October 30, 2014

The vote on whether to remove Clark Cable Network has been postponed until next week’s meeting, while a new bylaw will need to be rewritten to replace the old one. Elections Committee appointed Lauren Howard to the Library...

CUSC in Brief – 10/23

October 24, 2014

Student Life Committee reported that buses for Thanksgiving have been booked. The buses will be going to both Boston and New York. Judiciary Committee ruled that all participants in elections must get a signature of the inhabitants...

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