Committee Meeting Minutes for the Week of April 14th:
Committee Meeting Minutes for the Week of April 14th:
Old Business: NONE
Committee Meeting Minutes for the Week of April 7th:
New Business: NONE
Committee Meeting Minutes for the Week of March 31st:
It’s voting week! Spring election campaigns are ongoing so make sure you learn more about our candidates running for Student Body President and Vice President as well as our candidates for Senate before voting ends on April 5th at 11:59pm! To vote, please visit http://getconnected.gmu.edu.
Have you seen something you want to change on campus? Come out and tell your Student Government! Wednesday, April 2nd, our monthly What Do You Want Wednesday will take place at its usual time and location, 11:30am-3:00pm at North Plaza. Thursday, April 3rd, our Senate meeting will take place at its usual date and time, 4:30 in Mason Hall D3 rooms A and B. Join us Friday, April 4th, at noon outside the Center for the Arts for the 18th Annual Victim’s Rights Run/Walk. The proceeds of this event go to support Mason’s Victims of Violence Fund and the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Program. The Victims’ Rights Run/Walk also collaborates with the Aimee Willard Endowed Scholarship Fund. Aimee Willard was a Mason student/athlete whose life was tragically cut short by a brutal act of violence in 1996. To learn more about Aimee, the endowed scholarship in her name, and to register for the race, please visit http://vrrw.gmu.edu. Saturday, April 5th, is George Mason’s Annual Relay for Life! Relay for Life events are life-changing cancer fundraising events that help communities across the globe fight back against cancer. Don’t forget to help George Mason raise money for a cure while bonding with friends Saturday, April 5th, at the Recreational Athletic Complex (RAC).
–Kristen Dalton, Undersecretary for Communication and Advertising
Today’s Senate Meeting will be held in Research Hall Room 163.
Committee Meeting Minutes for the Week of March 24th:
Join the George Mason Student Government on April 12th for the 2nd Annual BIG Event! The BIG Event is a day of service and volunteerism sponsored by offices across GMU’s campus! Students have the opportunity to make a difference and give back to the community through service projects on-campus and at local parks! The volunteer projects include:
- Fairfax Lake Park: Clean up the lake and stream from trash and debris, and install and spread mulch at playground and amphitheater.
- “Take Back the Forest” at Nottoway Park: Remove invasive species, replant native species, and clean-up trash and debris.
- On-Campus Sustainability Projects:
- Innovation Food Forest – Weeding, mulching, planting, and clean-up of trash and debris.
- Potomac Heights Vegetable Garden – Weeding, mulching, planting, and clean-up of trash and debris.
- Mason Stream Beds Clean-Up – Walking along the streams on the Mason campus, and picking up the litter and debris.
- Sunrise Senior Living Center: Assist with hosting a game day and brunch.
Register for the BIG Event and make a difference! Visit https://www.facebook.com/GMUBigEvent to register and “Like” our page! For any further questions, contact Evan Del Duke at email@example.com.
Join the GMU Office of Wellness, Alcohol, and Violence Education and Services and the GMU Police Department on Friday, April 4 at NOON outside the Center for the Arts for the 18th Annual Victim’s Rights Run/Walk. The proceeds of this event go to support Mason’s Victims of Violence Fund and the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Program. The Victims’ Rights Run/Walk also collaborates with the Aimee Willard Endowed Scholarship Fund. Aimee was a Mason student/athlete whose life was tragically cut short by a brutal act of violence in 1996. To learn more about Aimee, the endowed scholarship in her name, and to register for the race, please visit http://vrrw.gmu.edu.
Hello Mason Patriots!
Earlier this month, Student Government held their annual What Do YOU Want Wednesday event in North Plaza. For the event, SG teamed up with Campus Police to gather information and answer questions about students’ views of the Campus Police. Lieutenant Ly, a member of the Campus Police unit, attended the entire event and answered students’ questions. Students also had the opportunity to fill out polls to express their opinion of the Mason Police Department. Overall, the majority of the reviews were quite positive! If you want to see more, click on the WDYWW Link on the page, and follow it to March’s report! And mark your calendars for the next What Do YOU Want Wednesday, which will take place on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, from 11:30am-3:00pm in North Plaza. The event will feature members from the Sustainability Office. Please come out to voice your opinions and learn more about Mason at our next WDYWW!
This past weekend, Student Government teamed up with the Indian Student Association for its 2nd Annual “Holi Moli” event in Finley Lot. The event took place Saturday, March 22nd, 2014, with nearly 800 students in attendance! Participants threw colored powder at each other to celebrate the Indian festival. It was incredible watching the entire Mason Community come together and celebrate the diversity we are known so well for!
On March 26th (this Wednesday!), SG is holding its 6th Annual Academic Advising Expo! You will have an opportunity to meet your advisors and get questions answered about classes at Mason. You can also enter to win prizes including an Annual General Lot Parking Pass! The event will take place in the JC Dewberry Hall from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. We hope to see you there! Come and BE ADVISED!
Keep a look out for “flash lectures” sponsored by the Governmental & Academic Affairs Department. (Hint: We will be having one at the end of this month and two at the beginning of next month!) Please stay tuned to @MasonStudentGov on Twitter for more information.
And last, but not least, this week’s Student Senate meeting! The meeting will take place on March 27, 2014, at its normal time of 4:30pm. BUT we will be meeting in a different location this week! The Senate meeting will be held in Research Hall Room 163! Please take note of the location. We hope you join us!
Committee Meeting Minutes for the Week of March 17th: