By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief
Student Senate passed three bills at their Feb. 22 meeting, leaving about $3,150 left in rolling appropriations.
There was about $4,600 left in the fund before the meeting.
Multicultural Student Association requested about $500 in SB 040 for FACES International Showcase. Funding requests included $200 in prize money and $120 for auditorium rental. The bill was authored by Sens. Edwards Ayo-Odugbesean (international) and Sooner Davenport (social sciences).
The bill passed with no amendments.
SB 041 proposed $300 in funding to Kappa Sigma for Casino Royale, the fraternity’s annual fundraiser for Relay For Life. The bill, written by Sen. Sarah Cook (Greek/president pro-tempore), requested money for four casino tables.
This bill also passed with no amendments.
OCU Marketing and Management Club received about $730 in funding for the Student Professional Luncheon in SB 040. The bill was authored by Sen. Caleb Howard (freshman at-large).
The group only was given $300 in allotments this year, but it’s not enough for the event to be a success, the bill reads.
Sen. Sarah Cook (Greek) proposed an amendment to the bill to slash funding
The group initially requested about $2,000 for the luncheon.