ASSMU Meetings: Oct. 17 and Oct. 25
Emmanuel Son, Staff Writer
ASSMU Summary Oct. 17, 2019
Subjects of discussion during the Oct. 17, 2019 ASSMU meeting included the GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance,) the Filipino Heritage Club and their name change, the Chemistry Club bake sale, and more. The GSA is currently looking for a display that they can institute on campus. This display will serve to honor LGBT leaders in the past. The Filipino Heritage Club has changed their name to the Kapuso Club, which is a term for “heart” in Tagalog. The Chemistry Club is further seeking funding for their club and is hosting a bake sale, which encourage support from others. In addition, Circle K is looking to start some new events and may need funding for further projects. Lastly, the Indigenous People’s Club proposed funding for a new club, and all were in favor.
ASSMU Summary Oct. 25, 2019
The rough draft for “The Belltower” funding for print had been submitted and the final was edited by The Belltower editors. The Little Library, spearheaded by Amanda Chappell, is now complete. Some reminders, such as updating internship lists and submitting club reports were announced. Other forthcoming events include a fashion show meant to display other cultural clothing. Students of Military Engineering will have an event soon and an email will be coming out shortly. The Harry Potter Club will have a Divination tea party on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m. in Harned Hall 116. The Student Farmer Worker Alliance will display a documentary at the Diversity and Equity Center. There will be a multicultural event on Nov. 20. Campus Life will have a trip available for students to head up to Seattle for a TEDx talk event. All ASSMU leaders and club leaders were in favor of a second and third place prize for Club Olympics.