A.S. Council at a Glance

    A.S. Council Meeting #11

    Special Presentations

    Nancy Wahlig, director of the Student Safety and Awareness Program, spoke about her program.

    Reports

    A.S. President Jenn Brown

    Brown reported that she met with the A.S. presidents of San Diego State University and University of San Diego to present them with a charter for a coalition between the three schools. Brown stated that the presidents were eager to have their first meeting.

    Brown reported that she spoke to the cabinet and senate on Oct. 30 about looking into possible fee referenda.

    Commissioner of Athletics Robin Shelton

    Shelton reported that the “”Road Trip Game”” will be held on Nov. 1. Those interested in participating can reserve a space by visiting http://tritontide.ucsd.edu.

    Commissioner of Programming Gabe Grossman

    Grossman reported the A.S. nooner schedule for the rest of the quarter.

    Nov. 1 (Day of the Dead) — Alma Melodioso (latin music)

    Nov. 4 (Youth Vote event) — FL (rock)

    Nov. 13 — The Locals (pop – punk)

    Nov. 19 — The Questions (electric rock)

    Commissioner of Services and Enterprises Jeremy Paul Gallagher

    Gallagher reported that Triton Taxi will be running on Halloween. It will be running its usual hours, from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.

    Gallagher also reported that the Grove Caffe operated on a 16 percent profit last week.

    Earl Warren College Senior Senator Lauren Lee

    Lee reported that this week’s Warren College Council meeting has been canceled for Halloween.

    Eleanor Roosevelt College Senior Senator Wendy Ho

    Ho reported that there will be an Alliance training session on Nov. 4. To register for the training e-mail [email protected].

    Resolutions

    Resolution on Hate Crime Reporting

    — submitted by Tom Chapman, passed by consensus

    The resolution calls for UCSD to go above the basic requirements set forth in the Clery Act and create a better reporting and accounting system.

    Resolution in Support of Title IX and Sports Equity

    — submitted by Corinne Hart and Amy Uyeshima

    The resolution calls for A.S. Council, the San Diego community and the U.S. government to continue supporting women’s sports through Title IX.

    — Compiled by Laura McGann

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