Student Senate approved the recognition of a new student organization, allocates money | News

The Student Senate reconvened for its weekly meeting on March 22. At this meeting, they approved an organizational credit and recognized a new club as an official campus organization.

The National Association for Music Education requested an appropriation of $550 to help provide lunch and payment for judges for its annual jazz choir and performance festival. This money was a reimbursement for the organization, because the competition took place on February 12. The Senate approved the appropriation unanimously.

The Emergency and Disaster Management Club also applied to become an official campus organization at the meeting. Cecilia Reindhart, a junior double major in emergency and disaster management and social services, presented on behalf of the organization.

She said this club is important for emergency and disaster management majors to recruit people from the field, as well as giving them the opportunity to meet outside of class and reconnect after the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19.

“It’s a pretty impressive field. It’s a promising project, and it’s much needed in our world today,” Reindhart said.

It was previously an on-campus organization, but due to COVID-19 its attendance and official recognition has ceased. This club is for adults and minors in emergency and disaster management, as well as anyone else who may be interested. The Senate recognized the EDM club as an official organization unanimously.

Student Activities Council representative Brady Netzel announced the events planned for Northwest Week.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 29, there will be a “Coloring Books and Coffee” event. This will take place in the JW Jones Student Union Lounge.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 30, there will be a “Thank a Donor” event. This will take place at the student union information tables.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 31, there will be yard games with the Student Rec Center. This event will take place at the Memorial Bell Tower.

From 7 to 9 p.m. on April 1, there will be a painting evening. This party will include live music, paint throws and other activities. This event is RSVP only, so students interested in attending should visit

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