September 15th, 2014
Master and Associate Master’s Report
· Thursday master’s tea with John Vaillant winner of the Windham Campell non fiction prize
· Saybrook Underbrook returns this Friday
· Apple picking is this Saturday and we will need apple crisp bakers afterwards!
· Read Dean Muller’s emails. Just like you’re reading these minutes. Probably.
SAC (Saybrook Activities Committee)
· Yale-army tailgate on September 27th. Sign ups for Assassins will be out soon.
· Leave doors of washing machines open for a bit between cycles.
· We need for people for volleyball and football. Also we’re getting new IM t-shirts!
· Ronald McDonald House houses families whose children are being treated at hospitals and are staying for an indefinite amount of time. We can volunteer to cook meals for these families or hosting Game Nights/Movie Nights for the siblings of the patients. Goodwill collection bins will be in the basement soon.
· Did you know: There are 800,000 premature deaths every year due to health-related issues.
· There will be a Meatless Mondays table next week. Also look out for Green Points!
· Sustainability Star of the Week: Rosamond Carr
· Sustainability Fun Fact: The average college student produces 640 pounds of solid waste per year.
· Juicer and blender are coming back soon.
· Keep the gluten free area actually gluten free. Please. Don’t be that guy.
Saybrook Historical Society Committee
· SYHSC had its highest attendance at its last Friday’s meeting.
· Battle of the Books: When Yale decided to move from Old Saybrooke to New Haven, the town villagers attacked the Yalies and stole their entire existing library, until they returned them in 1975.
· Did you know that Parliamentary proceedings are governed by Robert’s Rules of Order first published in 1876.
· Aadi is buying supplies.
College Seminar Committee
· Join the Seminar committee! They are reading through proposals.
Washing machines are a bit wonky and we need staplers in the computer room (email student tech).
Constitution Amendment: Article 2 Section B Subsection 5: IF the vacation of office should take place before the start of the fall semester, the new elections will be held at the third meeting of the semester, and will require 4 membership points to vote.
The Constitutional Amendment was voted in to be considered. The Amendment passed.
Cami messed up the voting members, sorry technology sucks.
Eligible nominations: Nikki Teran, who is a senior, Froco, and was Vice President for the 2013 year.
Aaron Berman, who advised us to vote for Adam. He then withdraw his candidacy.
Adam Sokol, who is the youngest candidate and has also been heavily involved in SCC since his freshmen year.
Adam Sokol was voted to be the new Vice President of the SCC.