The third Council of Organizations meeting was held on Monday at 7 p.m. in Lecture Center 104. Although there was some concern from club representatives that the room would not be large enough to house the meeting, empty seats remained.
Council of Organizations Chair Rose Faber opened the meeting. Faber called for people running to fill the two open spots in the Constitution and Rules Committee, but since there were no applicants, the voting was pushed back to the following meeting.
Faber announced that the Student Association is holding a photo contest for clubs and organizations. They must submit photos in six different categories to be considered to win. Among the categories are Hawk Pride, a photo that demonstrates school spirit, and Birds of a Different Feather, a photo of the club with an organization from another house. The deadline for the photo contest is April 5 at 11:59 p.m.
The winners will be announced to the public via email on April 15.
Faber then called for club announcements. The announcements included the revitalization of the Future Educators of America club, with their first general interest meeting next Tuesday, March 19. The Outdooring Club announced they are taking a trip to a shooting range and may have a camping trip to Maine in the near future. The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) announced that they will host an event for Pi Day on Thursday, March 14. The Political Science club said they are holding a politics and international relations themed board game night in SU 62/63 in the near future.
The meeting concluded and segued into the “Know Your Rights” presentation at 7:30 p.m.
The next Council of Organizations meeting will be held on April 1 at 7 p.m. in SU 62/63.