The Register, 2005-03-24
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the student however would not be an ordinary one this person would be the student member on the unc-board of governors making body legally the unc board of governors is the policy charged with the general determination control supervision management and governance of all affairs of the 16)constituent insti tutions there are 32 mem bers who are elected to four year terms by the general assembly issues there is a proposed bill in the n.c senate that if passed would allow a col lege student to have a say in issues that affect them such as the aforementioned ever wish that college stu dents had a say in issues such as tuition rates and enrollment policies well that day may be approach ing omegas lend their support during community day inside volume lxxix issue 19 www ncatregister org stuck in state senate bill for student vote thursday march 24 2005 please see bill page 3 for next year's leaders over the weekend lady aggies split a doubleheader in spite of the rain student turn out to vote for next years the camping is not over until every vote is tallied candi student leaders students snake a line through the student dates running for all positions stand outside the union union early in morning to cast their ballot based on beauty passing out krispy kreme doughnuts and candy in a last effectiveness of campaign posters and platforms realizing ditch effort to sway potential voters photo by chad roberts workin at the carwash saturday friday a a&t fraternity helps local non-profit raise funds for youth center mostly sunny chance of rain hi 68Â°f hi 68Â°f lo 52Â°f lo 52Â°f chad roberts editor-in-chief two purposes mclean said socialize and enjoy the one was to give the resi spring weather and the dents of the area a chance to other was to raise money for compiled from www.noaa.gov sunday monday chance of rain chance of rain hi58Â°f hi60Â°f lo 45Â°f lo 45"f 1-3 news nion sports entertainment 6 features photo by chad roberts eric robinson was among the fraternity mem bers to help wash cars north carolina a&t state university student newspaper i was hoping to get rid of more clothes mclean said adding that she didn't feel like moving the stuff to another donation site like goodwill or salvation army the community day had according to biney and mclean a lot of the donated clothes and other supplies came from a&t students by 2 p.m the residents had hauled away many of the donations by the carload but to mclean's disappoint ment many items still remained the area had brought the been donated for needy resi dents portable goals for the chil dren to play on the neigh borhood girl scout troop set up a table to sell girl scout cookies and there were sev eral tables of clothes shoes and appliances that had charles biney one of the fraternity members who participated in saturday's event said the center was one of the fraternity's adopt ed community service sites we mentor here do tutoring and some other after-school events biney said he also said that the fraternity had helped with gathering some of the donated supplies from a&t's campus instead of pens and pen cils to help out with algebra the on saturday the fraterni ty was using soap and sponges to wash cars while the car wash was just get ting started some of the children that the community center serves were busy playing a five-on-five full court basketball game in the center's large parking lot a few of the residents from the festivities took place at 1212 grove st behind the facts for life community center gerald mclean the director of the non-profit center said the fraternity has been volunteering since the center opened in september of last year they've helped out a lot mclean said one of the stated purposes of greek organizations is community service and a&ts mu psi chapter of omega psi phi did exactly that on the sunny afternoon of march 19 several mem bers of the fraternity helped to wash cars organize a clothing drive and cook food for the facts for life community center 1st annual community day please see community page 3 north carolina a&t state university eegister the continuing history of hip-hop invested with the same powers as those who are full contributor by philip morgan senate bill 401 this idea is supported by sen ellie kinnaird from orange county sen kinnaird was quoted by another publication saying the students feel it's an important part of being a student and having a voice in what happens to them as students said kinnaird sen kinnaird also said that every term she was elected she has pushed for the bill sen kinnaird is not the members of the board house bill 92 an act to provide that he student member of the joard of governors of the jniversity of north carolina shall have the iame right to vote as all ther members there is a seat reserved for the president of the unc association of student governments which is a non partisan multi-campus organization dedicated to the service of north carolina's students or the president's representative however just because a seat is reserved does not mean the right to vote on issues is granted to this person and there lies the issue the past student leaders who have held the position have tried to get the seat
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