ASC Minutes: 11-26-2012

ASC Minutes: 11-26-2012

ASC CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

Monday, November 26, 2012

14.1 PRAYER: Josh Riedel      

14.2 Committee Updates   

14.3 CALL TO ORDER: 3:47pm

14.4 ROLL CALL: All are present except for Marissa Blankenship. There may be two guests interested in ASC.

NEW BUSINESS

14.5 ANF: Urbana – Gavin Bennett  

Proposal: I am part of a group from George Fox attending Urbana during this Christmas break. Urbana is a missions conference in St. Louis, Missouri focusing on what it means to engage the world incarnationally in partnership with the Spirit. This conference is a unique opportunity to walk alongside our brothers and sisters from around the world; 18,000 college students from varying nations come with an eagerness to learn how their passion is planted by the Creator with the intention of furthering His Kingdom. I am asking for ASC to cover the remaining need of $655.75.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • They are all doing individual fund raising that will benefit the group.
  • We are looking at the proposals individually.

-       Decisions:

  • We are looking at 5 peoples proposals to approve $655.75.
  • There is confusion with the math of the total costs that have been submitted. There individual need does not add up to their group needs. They need to be clearer.
  • It doesn’t come across that they are applying truly as individuals rather than a group. It’s extremely rare that

-       Actions:

  •  J. Stanton: Talk with Gavin about this.

Call to Table: M. Vogt     

Seconded: B. Kasler

Motion Tabled: 6-0-0

14.6 ANF: Urbana – Pieper Wise  

Proposal: I am part of a group from George Fox attending Urbana over Winter Break (December 27th – January 1st). Urbana is a missions conference, that will take place in St. Louis, Missouri, were thousands of eager believers come together to focus on what it means to engage the world incarnationally in partnership with the Spirit. This conference is a unique opportunity to walk alongside our brothers and sisters from around the world; 18,000 college students from varying nations come with an eagerness to learn how their passion is planted by the Creator with the intention of furthering His Kingdom. I am asking for ASC to cover the remaining need of $655.75.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • They are all doing individual fund raising that will benefit the group.
  • We are looking at the proposals individually.

-       Decisions:

  • We are looking at 5 peoples proposals to approve $655.75.
  • There is confusion with the math of the total costs that have been submitted. There individual need does not add up to their group needs. They need to be clearer.
  • It doesn’t come across that they are applying truly as individuals rather than a group. It’s extremely rare that

-       Actions:

  •  J. Stanton: Talk with Pieper about this.

Call to Table: M. Vogt     

Seconded: B. Kasler

Motion Tabled: 6-0-0

14.7 ANF: Urbana – Amberly Vincent

Proposal: I am part of a group from George Fox attending Urbana over Winter Break (December 27th – January 1st). Urbana is a missions conference, that will take place in St. Louis, Missouri, were thousands of eager believers come together to focus on what it means to engage the world incarnationally in partnership with the Spirit. This conference is a unique opportunity to walk alongside our brothers and sisters from around the world; 18,000 college students from varying nations come with an eagerness to learn how their passion is planted by the Creator with the intention of furthering His Kingdom. I am asking for ASC to cover the remaining need of $655.75.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • They are all doing individual fund raising that will benefit the group.
  • We are looking at the proposals individually.

-       Decisions:

  • We are looking at 5 peoples proposals to approve $655.75.
  • There is confusion with the math of the total costs that have been submitted. There individual need does not add up to their group needs. They need to be clearer.
  • It doesn’t come across that they are applying truly as individuals rather than a group. It’s extremely rare that

-       Actions:

  •  J. Stanton: Talk with Amberly about this.

Call to Table: M. Vogt     

Seconded: B. Kasler

Motion Tabled: 6-0-0

14.8 ANF: Urbana – Austin Strutz   

Proposal: I am part of a group from George Fox attending Urbana over Winter Break (December 27th – January 1st). Urbana is a missions conference, that will take place in St. Louis, Missouri, were thousands of eager believers come together to focus on what it means to engage the world incarnationally in partnership with the Spirit. This conference is a unique opportunity to walk alongside our brothers and sisters from around the world; 18,000 college students from varying nations come with an eagerness to learn how their passion is planted by the Creator with the intention of furthering His Kingdom. I am asking for ASC to cover the remaining need of $655.75.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • They are all doing individual fund raising that will benefit the group.
  • We are looking at the proposals individually.

-       Decisions:

  • We are looking at 5 peoples proposals to approve $655.75.
  • There is confusion with the math of the total costs that have been submitted. There individual need does not add up to their group needs. They need to be clearer.
  • It doesn’t come across that they are applying truly as individuals rather than a group. It’s extremely rare that

-       Actions:

  •  J. Stanton: Talk with Austin about this.

Call to Table: M. Vogt     

Seconded: B. Kasler

Motion Tabled: 6-0-0

14.9 ANF: Urbana – Megan Armentrout

Proposal: I am part of a group from George Fox attending Urbana over Winter Break (December 27th – January 1st). Urbana is a missions conference, that will take place in St. Louis, Missouri, were thousands of eager believers come together to focus on what it means to engage the world incarnationally in partnership with the Spirit. This conference is a unique opportunity to walk alongside our brothers and sisters from around the world; 18,000 college students from varying nations come with an eagerness to learn how their passion is planted by the Creator with the intention of furthering His Kingdom. I am asking for ASC to cover the remaining need of $655.75.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • They are all doing individual fund raising that will benefit the group.
  • We are looking at the proposals individually.

-       Decisions:

  • We are looking at 5 peoples proposals to approve $655.75.
  • There is confusion with the math of the total costs that have been submitted. There individual need does not add up to their group needs. They need to be clearer.
  • It doesn’t come across that they are applying truly as individuals rather than a group. It’s extremely rare that

-       Actions:

  •  J. Stanton: Talk with Megan about this.

Call to Table: M. Vogt     

Seconded: B. Kasler

Motion Tabled: 6-0-0

14.10 SPF: Bike Racks – Margaret Vogt       

Proposal: I would like to propose for 4 new bike racks on the West Side of campus! Clyde and I have sought out locations in front of Woolman Apartments, behind Winters Apartments, in front of Weesner House, and next to Fell House. Each rack would be able to house 11 bikes off a standard ribbon rack. I would say the racks would cost $2400.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • There is now an invoice to look at Margaret’s proposal from Park a Bike.
  • There is another proposal from Ryan Rudnick that is being compared to Margaret’s.

-       Decisions:

  • One bike rack is $12,000 if you get it covered.
  • Ryan’s cost breakdown is different than the invoice Margaret got. He says $800 -$1500 per sheltered rack.
    • A shelter where the bikes would be boxed in is a security breach.

-       Actions:

  • M. Vogt: Contact Clyde to see what his suggestions are.

Move to Table: B. Kasler   

Seconded: M. Vogt

Motion Tabled: 6-0-0

14.11 SPF: Bike Racks – Ryan Rudnick       

Proposal: Bike shelter(s) at high-use area(s) (e.g. between Hoover & EHS, Le Shana entrance, SUB, etc.)

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • There is now an invoice to look at Margaret’s proposal from Park a Bike.
  • There is another proposal from Ryan Rudnick that is being compared to Margaret’s.

-       Decisions:

  • One bike rack is $12,000 if you get it covered.
  • Ryan’s cost breakdown is different than the invoice Margaret got. He says $800 -$1500 per sheltered rack.
    • A shelter where the bikes would be boxed in is a security breach.

-       Actions:

  • M. Vogt: Contact Clyde to see what his suggestions are.

Move to Table: B. Kasler  

Seconded: M. Vogt

Motion Tabled: 6-0-0

14.12 SPF: Telescope - Justin Fox Weatherford

Proposal: A telescope or observatory should be added to the roof of EHS, Edwards or just a tall build that doesn't have a view blocked by trees.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • There is a huge price difference.

-       Decisions:

  • Worried about who is in charge of taking care of it.
  • It is cloudy; do not see the immediate need.

-       Actions:

  • J. Stanton: Have him suggest it to the science department.

Call to Question: J. Riedel

Seconded: B. Kasler

Motion Fails to move on to Student Project Fund Committee: 0-6-0

14.13 SPF: Punching Bags – Wesley Jones

Proposal: I would like to propose 2 new punching bags for the dance studio, One 70 lb. and one 100 lb. bag. We would need sliders for them as well.

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • There hasn’t been a new one for three years.

-       Decisions:

  • Good addition.

Call to Question: B. Kasler

Seconded: M. Vogt

Motion Passes to move on to Student Project Fund Committee: 6-0-0

14.14 SPF: Bruin – Ryan Rudnick 

Proposal: Live Bruin Exhibit in glass cage by Cap & Gown Room

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Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • It doesn’t meet requirements. It is also not probable.

-       Decisions:

  • Too much money.
  • Licensing and liability would be an issue.

Call to Question: B. Kasler

Seconded: J. Stanton

Motion Passes to move on to Student Project Fund Committee: 1-5-0

14.15 SRF: American Red Cross – Jessica Stanton  

Proposal:

To provide compassionate care to those in need. The American Red Cross has a specific sections dedicated to disaster relief. Each year the American Red Cross responds to 70,000 disasters. Red Cross provides shelter, food, health and other services to help victims.

In light of Hurricane Sandy there are many people whom are with out shelter and basic needs. Currently the Red Cross web site is advertising for financial donations to be made and make the most immediate impact. http://www.redcross.org/news/galleries/Photos-Red-Cross-Responds-to-Hurricane-Sandy

Discussion:

-       Outcomes:

  • There is a signature sheet with 70 signatures, which approves this cause for the fund.
  • People know about it – it has been announced on campus.

-       Decisions:

  • American Red Cross will take any donations. This is a prevalent issue. Chose to give, not to match.
  • Could come back later after the George Fox community has donated and add how much we feel is necessary.
    • We would want an incentive to be used. Would rather give less now and more given later.

Move to Amend to $500: B. Kasler

Seconded: J. Riedel

Amendment Passes: 4-1-1

Call to Question: B. Kasler

Seconded: M. Vogt

Motion Passes: 5-0-1

14.16 DISCUSSION

M. Vogt: Crescent Website

J. Stanton: Club Policy Manual

CLF Reopening

14.17 NEXT ACTION REMINDERS

Mary Kate Morse – Wednesday, 6:00p; Lemmons 8

All ASC Meeting – Dec. 8th 10:30am – 12:30pm

Review Sub Committee’s Position Descriptions

14.18 MEETING ADJOURNED: 4:56pm