- by Morgan Consier
Concordia’s Student Senate convened for the spring semester at 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15.
Vice President Samuel Moore called the meeting to order and club representatives approved the minutes from the last Senate meeting before Christmas break.
Moore outlined the Senate’s goals for this semester, some of which are continuations of projects from the fall semester. Ongoing projects include completing a campus security video, working on plans for the lot development of the empty lot near Jonathan, and increasing awareness of recycling on campus.
New goals for this semester include club constitution reviews, creating the 2019-20 budget for clubs, and encouraging students to fill the vacant representative spots, especially those of the dormitory representatives.
Moore opened the floor for club reports, which were as follows:
- Bulldogs for Life: Members will be travelling to Washington, D.C. to participate in the March for Life this weekend.
- Echo: They are now accepting all creative pieces. Submissions can be sent to email@example.com.
- Curtain Club: Jan. 25-27, they will be performing a murder mystery at Olde Glory Theatre in Seward. The mystery will be performed at matinee showings as well as a full dinner theatre performance.
- Sigma Tau: They submitted their literary journal “Potpourri” to a national Sigma Tau Delta competition and won third place in the nation.
- Business: They will be hosting a LinkedIn and resume workshop in two weeks.
- Sower: They are currently in need or reporters and photographers. If interested, contact Morgan Consier.
Moore called for a motion to adjourn, which was made by Concordia Association of Students in Education representative Payton DeMers-Sahling and seconded by Student Activities Council representative Katerina Fuller. The meeting adjourned at 6:24 p.m. and committees met to discuss their individual goals for the semester.