Hey everybody! This is Senator of City Relations, Christina! We have had a busy week on campus! Elections for the 2011-2012 CSA Executive Board were held on Monday, April 4 & Tuesday, April 5. The results are in and the results are:
· President: Alisha Aasness
· Vice-President: Jackie Dullinger
· Secretary: Hannah Frey
· Treasurer: Dae Yeul "Danny" Lee
· Regents Representative: Kate Holmquist
· Senator: Abbey Wemimo
· Senator: Adam Switzer
· Senator: Anthonette Sims
· Senator: Brooke Novak
Congratulations on your positions! Also, the changes to the CSA Constitution were passed on Monday April 4th with a full student body vote.
Today- Thursday April 7th CSA hosted the Commons event with Marty Essen's "Around the World in 90 Minutes." It sure was an interesting show he put on!
This is Nana Boaten, CSA Senator for International Relations. The 2010-2011 academic year is
gradually coming to an end at the University of Minnesota, Crookston and the
tenure of executive board members on the Crookston Student Association is also
coming to an end. The time has come for
a new dynamic breed of students to take up the mantle of leadership to help run
and steer the affairs of the Crookston Student Council. Elections are just around the corner and the
opening and closing of applications for student government was just completed
between the 21st and 27th of March 2011. The application deadline was March 27th,
2011 and it is hoped that, a lot of students would be encouraged to take up
leadership positions on the Student Council for the next academic year.
Campaigning for elections are all this week- and Elections will be taking place
Monday- April 4th and Tuesday- April 5th from 10AM-2PM in
the Student Center each day, so come out and vote! Also, on Monday- April 4th
at the elections table, there will be voting to adopt the new CSA Constitution-
this takes a full student body vote, so please vote for that as well.
Also, the University of Minnesota, Crookston Campus Assembly event will be held on March 31, 2011 at Bede Ballroom. This is an opportunity to learn from the Chancellor the important strides that are being made to uplift and enhance the academic experience at the university and also an opportunity for various committees to present their activities and programs that they have been working on over the past weeks. We encourage the high attendance rate from students to come and share their thoughts and ideas as to how to make the university a better place for everybody.
Applications for the 2011-2012 CSA Executive Board are available at the Student Center Information Desk all this week. Applications are due at the Information Desk at 5:00 PM on Sunday March 27th, 2011.
Hi! Everyone~ This is Joo Hyun "Julie" Bae, Senator for Committee on Committees. Recently, CSA is working on elections for new senators for 2011-2012. Since many CSA senators and executive boards are going to graduate this semester, CSA encourages students to apply CSA positions. If anyone wants to get involved in UMC and to help students as students' bodies, then we welcome you to be CSA members!! If you want to apply for CSA position, you need to submit your application first. After spring break, we are going to accept CSA applications at the information desk from March 21st to March 27th. Campaigning will be from March 28th to April 3rd. After that, the election will be on April 4th and 5th. If all of you will participate in the election to vote for CSA candidates, it would be great.
Also, CSA has proposed an amendment of the constitution and bylaws as you can see on the previous post.
I know everyone was waiting for spring break just like me. Have a great spring break!!!!
Attached are 4 documents:
1. CSA Constitution Final Draft-.pdf Constitution- Final Draft.pdf
2. CSA Bylaws Final Draft- .pdf Bylaws- Final Draft.pdf
3. CSA Constitution showing changes and markups Marked Constitution.docx
4. CSA Bylaws showing changes and markups Marked Bylaws.docx
Hello all! This is Angie Bartholomew, S.P.A.C.E. Chair. Currently, CSA is focusing on getting students involved in "Because Letters"--writing notes to their legislators stating why UMC is so important to them and their education. If you are interested in writing a letter, stop by the CSA Office in the Leadership Room (2nd floor of the Student Center). Support the U Day is coming up, next Tuesday, February 22nd. Support the U day involves a day long trip down to the Capital building in St. Paul where a rally is held and meetings with Minnesota legislators. If you are interested in attending Support the U Day, contact Thomas Haarstick or Shawn Friedland. As for upcoming SPACE events, we have a busy week next week! On Monday, February 21st, we have Austin Kyle performing in the Northern Lights Lounge from 11:30am-1:00pm so make sure to stop out and see him! On Wednesday, February 23rd, we have Mr. UMC going on, beginning at 7pm in Kiehle Auditorium. Mr. UMC is a male pageant-like competition, and this year we have seven contestants competing. The theme this year is Axe Men: Men In Flannel. It should be a great show, so make sure you attend!! The following Wednesday, March 2nd , Chapter 6 will be on campus. They are an all male a cappella group, that have an amazing sound and are also quite humorous on stage. They will be performing at 7pm in Kiehle on March 2nd, come by and check them out!
I would also like to let everyone know about the Honor program being put on by BSA to celebrate Black History Month. It is on Monday, February 28th from 6pm-8pm in Kiehle Auditorium and it is a program dedicated to honoring the African-American men and women who have fought and served in the United States military. Make sure to participate in this event and show your support by wearing a yellow ribbon.
Enjoy the weekend and I hope to see you out at the several upcoming events around campus!!