This is the ASNAU Report, a new feature in The Lumberjack covering the Thursday evening meetings of the Associated Students of Northern Arizona University. This edtion of the report is from the meeting on Oct. 28.
NAU Quidditch: a mix between soccer and dodgeball, this club sport will be based on the game from the Harry Potter universe.
Kappa Delta Pi: an honors society for education major students.
Order of Omega: an honor society for leadership purposes.
Students For Drug Policy: a grassroots group for legal issues dealing with drugs, legalization of substances, the consequences of illegal drug use and resources.
National Society of Leadership and Success: a group trying to instill leadership and lasting change in students.
NAU German Club: a connection between German students and other German speakers in town and with the German culture.
Student Association for Fire Ecology: involved in fire ecology research, fire management — such as volunteer burns — and fire education.
Chief of Staff Kathleen Templin stated the senate line budget is currently at $55,004 and the open access fund is amounted at $45,650.
SB 23-12: will give $3,000 to NAU women’s club volleyball to attend a national conference in Texas.
SB 23-18: will allocate $2,050 for 10 student delegates from the Residence Hall Association to attend an Intermountain Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls conference in Montana.
SB 23-20: will give $8,500 to provide funding for materials promised for club headquarters from the “23” fee.
SB 23-21: will allocate $350 to the Chabad Jewish Center to bring Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz to speak at Gardner Auditorium.
SB 23-22: will give funding to student Brian Townes to attend Poetry Slam in North Carolina. The amount was amended from $615 to $400.
SB 23-23: will allocate funds to the Graduate Association of Political Science for their multi-disciplinary conference. The bill was amended from $4,548 to $3,523.
Open Access Funds
NAU Kayettes: requested funds to host a holiday event for senior citizens in town.
Schools for Schools: requested funds for a sound system for a concert they are hosting for their program.