Monthly Archives: April 2010


Agenda for April 26, 2010

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Transition Meeting

Order of Business, Part I

  1. Call to Order
  2. Roll Call
  3. Approval of the Minutes from March 29th, 2010 & April 12th, 2010
  4. Approval of the Agenda
  5. Executive Business
    1. President’s Remarks
    2. VP for Financial Affair’s Year-end Report
    3. Committee Chairs’ Reports
      1. i.      Chair of University Affairs Committee
      2. ii.      Chair of Academic Affairs Committee
      3. iii.      Chair of Student Life Committee
  6. Unfinished Business
  7. New Business
  8. Gallery Remarks
  9. Advisors’ and Members’ Remarks
  10. Announcements
  11. Adjournment

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Minutes for April 12, 2010

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The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Zachary BROWN) called the meeting to order at precisely (4:10pm)

Mr. O’NEIL took roll call. [See: Attendance list is attached.]

Mr. BROWN summarized the meeting’s agenda and advised that previous meetings minutes will be approved at next meeting

Quorum was reached with 20 of 33 voting members present at 4:25

Mr. Brown Moved into Executive Business

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Student Government Donates to Rookery Radio

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On April 15, SGA President Zachary Brown and Executive Vice President Abbie Twyford presented a check for $750 to Dr. Adam Earnheardt of YSU’s Communications Department at the YSU Annual Awards Banquet. This gift from SGA’s surplus office budget is destined to aid in the start-up of YSU’s new student Internet radio station for the benefit of the student body.

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SGA Votes to Support the Passage of Issue 1/Third Frontier Project

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On April 12, 2010, YSU’s Student Government Association voted to adopt a resolution in support of Ohio Issue 1, which will be appearing on the May 4 ballot.  To encourage support for Issue 1, SGA would like to invite students to show their support on Facebook by marking their plan to “attend” this event as a vote in favor of Issue 1.

For those who aren’t familiar with the Third Frontier project, we’re providing several links with more information.,_Issue_1_%282010%29

If you aren’t sure where your polling location is for the election, you can look it up on the Ohio Secretary of State’s website:

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