The Scarlet

The 101st Student Council hands over the reigns

April 14, 2012

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by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff Tears were shed as President Lisa Johnson, Vice-President Ali Canino, and Treasurer Rian Watt gave their concluding addresses at the beginning of this week’s Student Council meeting. They each spoke fondly of their years on Council and gave worthwhile advice to the students w...

CUSC allocates club budgets

April 6, 2012

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Tensions were high in allocating $3,798 by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff This week’s student council meeting was dominated by a discussion of how to allocate contested funds from the annual fiscal budget. The meeting was full of drama, i...

CUSC Secretary resigns

March 22, 2012

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By Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff Because there was no issue of The Scarlet last week, I have to squeeze two student council meetings into one article, while maintaining my word limit. Let’s get right to it, starting with the meeting on March 14th. Hannah Yukon resigned as Executive Board Secretary. She had a...

CUSC audits student organizations

March 2, 2012

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Puppies and/or ice cream may make it to campus in the Spring by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff This past meeting of Clark University Undergraduate Student Council was completed in a record twenty-nine minutes, the clear highlight of which was the Spring Audit Report...

CUSC considers a proxy system

February 24, 2012

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by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff This week’s meeting of the Clark University Student Council was dominated by a continuing effort to establish more complete representation on campus. First, however, Council considered various Grants Committee recommendations. First, there are two new members of Grants Commit...

CUSC President position uncontested

February 24, 2012

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Spring debate sees few candidates, fewer attendees By Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff The time has come upon us yet again to embrace the oldest and noblest of democratic traditions: voting for our elected officials. Student Council Executive Board elections...

CUSC contemplates commuters

February 17, 2012

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Cafeteria projector causes a minor budget disaster By Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff This week’s student council meeting was not quite business as usual; there were a couple of quirks to this week’s assembly that broke the council’s regular routine. ...

Finance Committee passes transparency bylaw

February 9, 2012

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By Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff Last week the members of student council were given updates on the progress of the projects that benefitted from last semester’s cumulative surplus allocations. This week, they were given a presentation by the Clark Food Co-Op. The group’s main goal is to set up a grocery s...

CUSC runs into scheduling conflict

February 3, 2012

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Cumulative surplus groups give a progress report By Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff This week’s student council meeting started with appearances from Project Playground and the Clark Recycling Initiative, organizations that both received funding last se...

CUSC reconvenes

January 26, 2012

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After a long hiatus over winter break, the Clark University Student Council has reconvened. They have held two meetings since we’ve come back, so there’s a lot of ground to cover. Strap in, folks! There are several members of Council that will not be attending meetings from here on (although they are s...

CUSC

December 1, 2011

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by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff At this week’s student council meeting, two people were added to the council. Devin Coleman was appointed Off-Campus Rep., and Unurbat Erdenemunkh was appointed International Rep. They were sworn into office, making this week their first meeting. The Equestrian Club requested $400 to cover unfor...

The case of the extra $70,000

November 11, 2011

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Suspense at Student Council by Jeremy Levine Scarlet Staff In an unexpected turn of events, a number of student organizations requested funds this week. VOX got $700 for their “Morning After Party,” Women’s Lacrosse got $2...

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