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23 October 2014 (Continued) Samhain Friday, October 31 Daughters of Gaia November 2014 Stone Mountain Hike with President Kiss Saturday, November 1 9:00am-12:00pm Center for Student Engagement Indian Festival and Pow Wow Saturday, November 1 10:00am-6:00pm Center for Student Engagement TGIF Friday, November 14 6:00-8:30pm Programming Board and the Center for Student Engagement Trans* Week of Remembrance Monday, November 17 Friday November 21 Center for Student Engagement Major Minor Showcase Friday, November 21 8:00-10:30pm Programming Board December 2014 Hanukkah Workshop Tuesday, December 2 1:00-2:00pm Hillel Open Mic Night/Karaoke Wednesday, December 3 8:00-10:00pm Programming Board Kwanzaa Workshop Thursday, December 4 1:00-2:00pm Witkaze TGIF Thursday, December 4 6:00-8:30pm Programming Board Holiday Rock Friday, December 5 3:30-6:30pm Center for Student Engagement President s Holiday Dinner Sunday, December 7 5:00-6:30pm President s Office & the Center for Student Engagement Yule Workshop Monday, December 8 5:30-6:30pm Daughters of Gaia Tres Reyes Workshop Tuesday, December 9 1:00-2:00pm Latinas UNIDAS Pancake Jam Tuesday, December 9 9:00-11:00pm Center for Student Engagement January 2015 MLK Convocation Friday, January 23 1:00-2:00pm Center for Student Engagement MLK Week Friday, January 23 Friday, January 30 Center for Student Engagement February 2015 Black History Month Kick Off Center for Student Engagement CSE Open House Tuesday, February 17 3:30pm-6:30pm Center for Student Engagement Lunar New Year Thursday, February 19 5:30-7:30pm Asian Women and the Center for Student Engagement Founder s Day Friday, February 20 Sophomore Ring Ceremony and Reception Saturday, February 21 Center for Student Engagement Black History Month Gala Center for Student Engagement 23

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27 Awards List All award recipients will be given a prize and certificate. Some awards have designated plaques that will be displayed in the Alston Campus Center. Student Organization of the Year This award recognizes the student organization that demonstrates effectiveness in reaching out and involving the Agnes Scott student body in their mission. This organization makes a meaningful contribution to student life and to the entire Agnes Scott community. The recipient of this award will receive $200 for their organization s budget and their organization s name will be engraved on a plaque that will be displayed in the Alston Campus Center. Criteria: Must be a registered, on-campus student organization at Agnes Scott during the academic year. Questions to consider: What are some of the noteworthy activities, projects and events that this organization has conducted over the past year? In what ways does this organization uphold its mission and purpose? How does this organization meaningfully contribute to the student experience at ASC? What makes this organization outstanding? Student Leader of the Year This award is presented to a junior or senior that most embodies the mission of Agnes Scott College in their daily life and provides exemplary service and leadership to a registered, on-campus student organization. Criteria: Nominees must be a current junior or senior in good academic standing during the academic year. The student must hold a leadership position in a registered, on-campus organization or initiative. Questions to consider: How has this student demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to the Agnes Scott community? What is the quality, scope and level of involvement of this student? How has this student s leadership positively contributed to campus environment/climate? In what ways has this student shown outstanding leadership within the organization they represent? Event of the Year This award recognizes a particular program from the academic year that encouraged and contributed to student involvement in an innovative way, was well-planned and executed and was open to the entire Agnes Scott campus. The event must have been hosted by a registered student organization. Criteria: Must be an event hosted in the academic year. The event must have been hosted by a registered, on-campus organization at Agnes Scott. Questions to consider: What were some unique aspects of this event? How did the organization engage the attendees and make this a memorable event? What made this event stand out from others hosted this year? 27

28 Advisor of the Year Award This award is given to a staff or faculty member who currently advises a recognized, on-campus student organization. This staff or faculty member provides outstanding support and encourages fresh ideas and creativity within the organization. The recipient will have their name engraved on a plaque that will be displayed in the Alston Campus Center. Criteria: Must be a faculty or staff advisor of a recognized, on-campus student organization. Must have been officially advising the student organization since the beginning of the academic year. Questions to consider: In what ways has the advisor supported students in the organization? How has the advisor made positive contributions to the organization? How has the advisor s involvement impacted the organization s success and direction this year? How often does the advisor attend meetings and events? Scottie Spirit Award This award recognizes a student organization that best displays pride in their organization and the Agnes Scott spirit through supporting and enhancing college traditions and ideals. Criteria: Must be a registered, on-campus student organization at Agnes Scott during the academic year. Questions to consider: How has the organization embodied the spirit of Agnes Scott? In what ways has the organization made a positive contribution to the lives of students and the culture/climate on campus? How does the organization enhanced the traditions and ideals of Agnes Scott College? How has this organization s spirit exceeded that of other organizations? Service & Action Award This award is presented to a student organization that had made a meaningful contribution to the Agnes Scott, Decatur and/or Greater Atlanta community through service efforts. Organizations who regularly participate in civic engagement and volunteering excursions will be given preference. Criteria: Must be a registered, on-campus student organization at Agnes Scott during the academic year. Must have participated in civic engagement and/or community service in the Decatur/Atlanta area at least once during the academic year. Questions to consider: In what ways has the organization given back to the Agnes Scott, Decatur and/or Greater Atlanta community? How have the organization s contributions to the community impacted Agnes Scott? How has the organization raised awareness, funds, supplies, or support for a particular cause? How has this organization s civic involvement exceeded that of other organizations? Wellness SWEEPer (Student Who Educate Every Peer) Award This award recognizes an organization that has made wellness a priority in their programming efforts and has made a contribution to the awareness of health issues and practices. Organizations that have hosted an event that promotes wellness (e.g., offering healthy food options at an event, encouraging healthy lifestyles, or events that are exercise-focused) will be given preference. 28

29 Criteria: Must be a registered, on-campus student organization at Agnes Scott during the academic year. HERO does not qualify for this award. Questions to consider: What health initiatives does the organization promote that are relevant to a college environment? How has the organization promoted healthy lifestyles, practices and attitudes to the campus? In what ways are the members of the organization leading a healthy lifestyle by example? What are the noticeable impacts that the organization has made on the awareness of health issues? How has this organization s wellness contributions exceeded that of other organizations? Distinguished Community Alliance Award This award recognizes an organization that is inclusive in their programming and collaborates and participates with other student organizations. The recipient will have their name engraved on a plaque that will be displayed in the Alston Campus Center. Criteria: Must be a registered, on-campus student organization at Agnes Scott during the academic year. Must have collaborated with another student group or academic department during the academic year. Questions to consider: How has the organization collaborated or combined resources with other on-campus groups or departments? How did the organization creatively combine resources, labor and/or advertising efforts? In what ways was the collaboration mutually beneficial to all organizations/departments involved? How did this organization go above and beyond when collaborating with other student organizations? Outstanding Advocate for Diversity Award This award recognizes a student/students or recognized, on-campus organization whose actions, program(s) and/or mission statement has moved the College forward in its commitment to building an inclusive and just community. The recipient has been an enthusiastic advocate for various diversity initiatives and/or social justice platforms, speaks out on behalf of those whose perspective(s) and/or population may be underrepresented and who uses the energy formed by their connections to peers, faculty and staff to move from meaningful and informed conversation about relevant issues to concrete action in response to the challenges presented by those issues. Criteria: Nominees must be students or recognized, on-campus organizations. Nominated students must be enrolled at Agnes Scott College during the academic year. Nominated organizations must be active during the academic year. Questions to consider: How has the student or organization used their voice to communicate their comprehension and understanding of diversity and/or social justice issues? What are some examples of their programming and publicity regarding diversity/social justice issues? In your opinion, what kind of impact has this student or organization had in the Agnes Scott community relative to their diversity/social justice issue of interest? 29

30 Unsung Hero Award This award is presented to a student or students who embody non-traditional leadership qualities that may go unrecognized or underappreciated. This student may be recognized for their academic, athletic, advocacy, or extracurricular efforts, as well as service to the college and surrounding community. Criteria: Nominees must be an Agnes Scott student in good academic standing during the academic year. Questions to consider: How has the student contributed outstanding leadership and service to the Agnes Scott community? In what ways has this leadership/service been non-traditional? How has the student gone above and beyond her or his responsibilities to the organization, team, class, or campus community? What is an example of this person living her or his values? Emerging Leader Award This award is presented to a student who has demonstrated exceptional leadership ability and or service to the college or greater community in their first year at Agnes Scott. This student has already made a positive impact on their peers and modeled outstanding qualities as a leader in their first year. Criteria: Nominee must be a traditional, commuter, transfer, or Woodruff student in their first year at Agnes Scott during the academic year. This student does not have to be an Emerging Leader to be nominated for this award. Questions to consider: How has the student distinguished herself or himself as a leader on campus? What is the quality, scope and level of involvement of this student? How has the student influenced their peers? What makes this student stand out among their first-year peers? Green Impact Award This award recognizes an individual student or organization that has aided in educating the Agnes Scott community of the environmental, social and economic issues involved in global efforts toward sustainability and has helped initiate a positive behavioral change towards more sustainable practices of waste diversion amongst students, staff and faculty. Organizations or students who have hosted an event that promotes sustainability, uses eco-friendly materials and/or advertises for their events using sustainable methods will be given preference. Criteria: Must be a recognized, on-campus student organization at Agnes Scott College during the academic year. SWAT, the Eco House and the ERs do not qualify for this award. Questions to consider: How has the student or organization made waste diversion and/or resource conservation a priority? How has the student or organization encouraged the community to think about sustainability differently? What positive environmental changes have you seen on campus as a result of this student or organization s work? Organization only: How has the organization adopted sustainable practices into their mission statement or vision? 30

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32 Agnes Scott College Student Government Association Constitution PREAMBLE We, the student body of Agnes Scott College, with the goal of unifying the student body through one shared system of self-governance, do hereby establish the Agnes Scott College Student Government Association, and endow it with our grant of power, pledging to support it, respect it, and sustain it. ARTICLE I THE ASSOCIATION Section I: Name The organization shall be called the Agnes Scott College Student Government Association (ASCSGA). Section II: Membership All students of Agnes Scott College shall be members of the Association. Section III: Action of the Association A. The association may be called into session by a petition of fifty (50) student signatures or by the president of the Student Government Association. B. For the transaction of business, a quorum shall consist of one-fourth (1/4) of all enrolled students. C. Business shall be transacted by a simple majority. To censure or revoke a decision of an organization of the association, two-thirds (2/3) vote by the students choosing to vote shall be required. Section IV: Non-Discrimination Policy All benefits and privileges of the ASCSGA shall be available to all members regardless of race, gender, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, and/or disability. ARTICLE II EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE ASSOCIATION Section I: Membership Members of the Executive Board of the Association shall be the president of the Association, ASCSGA Secretary/Chair of Elections Board, ASCSGA treasurer president of Student Senate, president of Honor Court, president of Judicial Board, chair of the Coalition of Student Multicultural Organizations (COSMO), Inter-Organizational Council (IOC) chair, and the president of Programming Board. 32 Section II: Powers and Duties A. All members of the Executive Board of the Association shall be given one vote except for the president of the Association, who will vote only in the case of a tie. Business shall be conducted by a simple majority. B. It shall be the responsibility of the Executive Board to facilitate communication within the campus community and act in accordance with student interests. 1. President of the Association a. To provide executive leadership, by upholding democratic ideals, to the ASCSGA and assume primary responsibility for the fulfillment of the Association s purpose (see Preamble). b. To serve as a liaison between the student body and the administration. c. To call and preside over meetings of the Association. d. To serve as chairperson of the ASCSGA Executive Board. e. To represent the members of the ASCSGA at official college functions and other times when such representation is appropriate. f. May create special committees that meet the needs of the students. Members of such committees need not be Executive Board members. g. May veto an allocation made by the Allocating Committee within five school days, subject to override by the Student Senate. h. To call all regular and emergency Executive Board of the Association meetings. i. To serve as a member of the Judicial Review Committee. j. Upon appointment by the chair of the Board of Trustees, to represent the student body as an associate member at meetings of the full Board of Trustees without vote or voice. k. To uphold the Constitution and to ensure that other elected officers do the same. l. To serve as chairperson of the Supreme Court, voting only in the case of a tie. m. To serve on any committee appointed by the college s administration in order to represent the student body s point of view. n. Must be of junior or senior standing and have served at least one term as a member of an executive board of an organization at ASC. 2. ASCSGA Secretary/Chair of Elections Board a. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association. b. To take minutes at all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association. c. To publish these minutes for the student body. d. To chair Elections Board and ensure eligibility of candidates. e. To send copies of the minutes to absent members of the ASCSGA Executive Board for the specific missed meeting. f. To maintain and accept petitions for all Student Government Association offices. g. To conduct elections in a manner that upholds the Agnes Scott Honor Code. 3. Treasurer of the Association a. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association. b. To serve as chairperson of the ASCSGA Allocating Committee, voting only in the case of a tie.

33 c. To have the power and responsibility to examine all of the financial records of ASCSGA supported organizations. d. To present a monthly financial report of ASCSGA supported organizations to the Executive Board of the Association. e. To call and preside over budget hearings. f. To serve on the Budget Work Group of the college. g. To supply such information and documentation as is necessary for the college to file accurate annual income taxes for the organization. h. Must have a year of experience in the Allocating Committee. If there is not an interested candidate who has previously served on the Allocating Committee, a candidate without Allocating Committee experience may be elected. i. Cannot serve on Executive Board of any other organization of Agnes Scott. 3. Senate President a. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association. b. To serve as the liaison between Student Senate and the Executive Board during the process of constitutional changes. c. To serve on any committee appointed by the college s administration in order to represent the student body s point of view. d. To assume the duties and powers delegated to the president of the Association in their absence. 4. Honor Court President a. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association to be the voice for Honor Court and to ensure that the Executive Board upholds the Honor. 5. Judicial Board President a. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association to be the voice for Judicial Board. b. To advise Executive Board of Association of concerns of Judicial Board. 6. Chair of Coalition of Student Multicultural Organizations (COSMO) a. To advise the Executive Board of the Association of the concerns of under-represented students on campus. b. To serve on the President s Committee on Community Diversity. c. To serve as a voting member of the Allocating Committee. d. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association. e. To serve as chair for the advisory group the Committee of Student Multicultural Organizations (COSMO). f. To serve as a voting member of the Supreme Court. g. Must have been an active member of one (1) of the campus organizations of underrepresented students. h. Must not serve on the executive board of any organization while serving as COSMO Chair. 7. Inter-Organizational Council Chair (IOC) a. To chair and coordinate regular Inter-Organizational Council meetings. b. To assist in the coordination of ASCSGA student group activities. c. To serve as a voting member of the Allocating Committee. d. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association. e. To serve as a voting member of the Supreme Court. f. Must not serve on the executive board of any organization while serving as IOC Chair. 8. Programming Board President a. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board of the Association to be a voice for student activities on campus. b. To advise Executive Board of Association of concerns of Programming Board. Code in all meetings and decisions. b. To ensure that the Executive Board upholds the Honor Code in all meetings and decisions. ARTICLE III SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD Section I: Allocating Committee A. Membership 1. There shall be an Allocating Committee composed of the following members: the ASCSGA treasurer as chairperson, the director of student leadership as adviser, the COSMO chair, the IOC chair, one representative each from Student Senate, Judicial Board, and Honor Court, and four students elected at large in the fall elections. The representatives from Student Senate, Judicial Board, and Honor Court shall be chosen by the respective organizations. 2. If four students at large are not elected at the time of elections or if any of those four members are unable to serve due to resignation or impeachment, then such positions shall be filled by the president of the Association, subject to approval by the Student Senate. 3. Members of the Allocating Committee elected from the student body at large are not allowed to hold the following positions: officer or member of Student Senate; officer or member of Honor Court; officer or member of Judicial Board; officer of their class; executive board member of any organization. B. Powers and Duties 1. The Allocating Committee shall have the sole authority to make allocations of student monies, which shall become effective if not vetoed by the president of the Association. 2. To adopt and amend the Committee bylaws by the affirmative vote of a majority of its members. These bylaws shall govern the operation and procedure of the committee. C. Meetings All meetings must be held on campus and members shall be notified at least 24 hours in advance of emergency meetings. 33

34 Section II: Supreme Court A. Membership Members of the Supreme Court shall be the president of the Association, the IOC chair, the chair of COSMO, and two (2) representatives each from Student Senate, Judicial Board, and Honor Court. The representatives from Student Senate, Judicial Board, and Honor Court shall be chosen by their respective organizations through a majority vote. B. Powers and Duties 1. Each member of the Supreme Court, excluding the president of the Association, will be given a vote in constitutional issues. 2. The president of the Association will serve as the chairperson of the Supreme Court. The president will vote only in the case of a tie. If the president of the Association is called before the Supreme Court, then the Senate President shall serve as the chairperson in the president of the Association s place. C. Supreme Court Jurisdiction 1. If an issue of violation of the ASCSGA Constitution is in question. 2. If there is a call for impeachment. D. Bringing a Case of Constitutionality to the Supreme Court 1. A concerned student or organization contacts a member of the Supreme Court. 2. The Supreme Court Chair will organize a meeting within three to five (3-5) business days. 3. The concerned student or organization must state the Article(s) in question. 4. The Supreme Court will research and review the case in a timely manner and determine if a student or organization is in violation of the constitution. 5. Decisions made by the Supreme Court shall be made by a two-thirds (2/3) vote. 6. If the Supreme Court determines that a student or organization is not in violation of the constitution, the situation will remain unchanged. 7. If the Supreme Court determines that a student or organization is in violation of the constitution, the Supreme Court will mandate a solution that is in agreement with the constitution. 8. All decisions made by the Supreme Court shall be abided by immediately. 9. If the concerned student or organization chooses to appeal, the decision made by the Supreme Court shall remain in effect until the appeal process is complete and another decision has been reached. E. Appeal Procedure 1. Right of Appeal If the concerned party is displeased with the ruling of the Supreme Court, the party has the right to appeal the decision. 2. Petition a. Said party must secure the signature of thirty percent (30%) of the ASCSGA body. b. The petition shall set forth in exact words the action sought and shall have the proposed action written at the top of each page. The petition must include the name and phone number for each signer of said petition. c. The petition shall be submitted to the president of Student Senate. The president reserves the right to verify the signatures on the said petition. If the action concerns the president of Student Senate, the petition shall be submitted to the vice president of Student Senate. 3. Action on Appeal If these signatures are secured and verified, the proposed action will then follow the procedures as listed in this constitution. Section III: Student Activity Fee A. The student activity fee shall be set by the ASCSGA Executive Board in consultation with Budget Work Group and the college administration. Student Senate will vote on approval or rejection of the proposed fee. B. The set student activity fee shall be used to fund activities of the organizations of the Association. ARTICLE IV EXECUTIVE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION Section I: Student Senate A. Membership 1. Members of the Executive Board of Student Senate shall be the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and parliamentarian. a. The president of Student Senate, vice president, secretary and treasurer will be elected at large. b. The parliamentarian, an elected Student Senator, shall be appointed by the president of Student Senate. 2. The number of Student Senators shall be defined as follows: a. The total number of student senators shall be twenty-four (24). b. In the general fall elections students shall elect 17-to-19 residential students of the total 24 at large. c. In the general fall elections students shall elect 1-to-3 non-residential students of the total 24. d. Newly enrolled students shall elect four of the total 24 in First-Year elections held early in the fall term, prior to general elections. B. Eligibility Student Senators are not permitted to be an officer or member of Honor Court; officer or member of Judicial Board; executive board of Programming Board; officer of their class; member of the Allocating Committee. C. Powers and Duties 1. President of Student Senate a. To serve as chairperson of the Student Senate, voting only in the case of a tie. b. To serve as a member of the Executive Board of the Association. c. To serve as a liaison between the Executive Board of the Association and Student Senate. d. To assume the duties and powers delegated to the president of the Association in their absence. 34

35 e. To call all regular and emergency Student Senate meetings pursuant to the procedures in the Senate bylaws. f. To fill Student Senate committees. g. To appoint a parliamentarian from Student Senate by the third meeting of the Senate. h. To serve as a member of the Judicial Review Committee. i. To be responsible for violations of the Constitution by the officers and members of Student Senate, and to deal with the situations accordingly. 2. Vice president of Student Senate a. To serve as a member of the Executive Board of Student Senate. b. To assume the chair of Student Senate meetings in the absence of the President. However, while chair, they may vote only in the case of a tie. c. To serve as chairperson of the Constitutional Review Committee of the Student Senate. d. To coordinate the petition process for student members of all College, faculty, and Board of Trustees committees as listed in the bylaws. e. To serve as a member of the Judicial Review Committee and other committees in absence of the President. f. To be responsible for coordinating and implementing the annual cross-campus event held in the spring. 3. Secretary of Student Senate a. To maintain individual attendance records of meetings of the Executive Board of Senate and Student Senate. b. To notify members of violation of Senate bylaws and of any action taken by the Executive Board and/or Senate against such members. c. To record minutes of Student Senate and Executive Board meetings, and to distribute minutes to Executive Board and administrative offices requesting them. d. To post the minutes of the Student Senate meetings in areas provided. e. To prepare and present to the Executive Board of the Association a concise summary of Student Senate s year s activities at its final session. 4. Treasurer of Student Senate a. To serve as a member of the Executive Board of the Student Senate. b. To keep the financial records of the Student Senate. c. To deliver a copy of the records of the Student Senate to the treasurer of the Association and the Student Senate on a monthly basis. d. To draft the yearly budget of the Student Senate. e. To preside as head of the Student Development Fund Committee. 5. Parliamentarian a. To have a working knowledge of the rules of parliamentary procedure, specifically Robert s Rules of Order, and shall advise the Executive Board of Student Senate on points of procedure when asked. b. To attend all meetings of the Executive Board and Student Senate. c. To assist the Executive Board in the maintenance of order. 6. Student Senators a. It shall be the primary function of Student Senators to express the views and concerns of the student body of Agnes Scott College. b. To be informed of the needs and interests of the student body, College, and community, and to undertake and support projects which serve these interest. c. To meet the attendance guidelines of the Student Senate bylaws. d. To consult with and make proposals to college committees as well as the administration and faculty in matters concerning the students. e. To adopt and amend bylaws by the affirmative vote of a majority of its members. These bylaws shall govern its operation and procedure. f. Upon appeal, and only by a super majority vote, may the Student Senate override a veto by the president of the Association, on an allocation made by the Allocating committee. A vote to override must take place within ten (10) school days. g. To be able to approve or reject, by a majority vote, all presidential appointments. h. To read, understand, and always act in accordance with this constitution. i. To recommend recognition as well as suspension of student organizations. j. To serve on at least two committees as set forth in the bylaws. k. To serve as a liaison to a department or office on campus. l. To approve constitutions of organizations seeking official recognition and/or ASCGA funding. m. To elect student members to all College, faculty, and Board of Trustees committees as listed in the bylaws. D. Constitutional Review Committee 1. Membership There shall be a Constitutional Review Committee composed of the following seven (7) members: the vice president of Student Senate as the chairperson, four representatives from Student Senate, and one representative each from Judicial Board and Honor Court, to be elected by their respective organization. 2. Powers and Duties a. To be responsible for the maintenance of the ASCSGA Constitution. b. To be responsible for handling the amendment process. c. Members will have one vote each, with the chairperson voting only in case of a tie. E. Constitutional Review Committee These members shall select one person from the committee as Secretary of the committee in order to maintain an accurate record of the proposed amendment. Section II: Honor Court A. Membership 1. Executive Board a. Members shall be president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer of Honor Court. b. The president of Honor Court, vice president, secretary and treasurer will all be elected at large. c. The president of Honor Court must be a rising junior or senior and have one year of Honor Court experience at Agnes Scott College. d. All other Honor Court Executive Board members must have one semester of Honor Court experience at Agnes Scott College 35

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