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Student senate proposes new constitution, adds club coordination council secretary

first_imgStudent senate passed motions proposing a new constitution and creating a secretary position in club coordination council Wednesday.The order proposing the new Constitution of the Undergraduate Student Body will not affect the way senate operates.Sophomore William Huffman, senator for Stanford Hall, asked junior parliamentarian Colin Brankin about how the new constitution will affect the running of senate.“Like actual, practical [changes]?” Brankin said. “Nothing. Not really anything.”The changes in the new constitution have been passed over the course of the year, including a provision to make quorum a consistent 2/3 among all of student government and changes to formatting throughout the constitution.“The problem with the old constitution is that a lot is kind of jumbled up,” Brankin said. “Now … there’s consistency so you can easily read the constitution. And a lot of the archaic language is cleared up to make more sense.”The new constitution passed with one opposition and one abstention.The proxy for O’Neill Hall, freshman Jake Marcionette, was the only vote against its passage. Marcionette was filling in for junior O’Neill senator Sebastian Lopez.Eduardo Luna, sophomore senator from Knott Hall, abstained from the vote.After the order passed, Luna asked for clarification about the function of the “power of the purse” as stated in the constitution.Brankin, senior Judicial Council president Matt Ross and senior student body vice president Sibonay Shewit explained how the budget is allocated.“There’s a section of the Committee on the Budget whose responsibility it is to approve the allocation [of the budget],” Ross said.“Each branch has a representative,” Brankin said. “All the leaders of the organizations are there to approve these budgets. That’s how it’s been, always.”Luna asked if senate has a budget.“Yeah,” Shewit said. “That’s how we pay for Jimmy John’s and apparel.”Luna then yielded his time, saying he was “just keeping you guys in check.”Senior and Club Coordination Council president King Fok presented a proposition to create the position of club coordination council secretary.“Right now there’s no secretary and the controller’s been taking the minutes, but that’s been really difficult,” Fok said. “He’s supposed to be managing all of the clubs’ finances.”The order passed with one opposition and no abstentions.Marcionette was again the only opposition. He said Lopez, O’Neill Hall’s usual senator, did not instruct him to oppose every order.Sophomore Breen-Phillips Hall senator Eve Takazawa announced that there will be a presentation to the student senate by an administrator March 21 regarding the housing policy.“They’re working on a waiver system and they’ve had discussions with the student advisory board so far,” Takazawa said.The senators spent the rest of the meeting in committee time. Student senate meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Notre Dame Room of LaFortune Student Center.Tags: Club Coordination Council, Constitution of the Undergraduate Student Body, student senatelast_img read more

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Why Manchester United signed Daniel James after making enquiry for Arsenal transfer target Ryan Fraser

first_img More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAlready the Norwegian is understood to have accepted that the likes of West Ham’s midfield enforcer Declan Rice and former Manchester City starlet Jadon Sancho are out of reach this summer. United’s hunt for reinforcement at right-back, meanwhile, shows few signs of progressing with Crystal Palace demanding £50m for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, while Leicester City want around £70m for James Maddison which would represent a £38.5m profit just 12 months after he joined the Foxes from Norwich City.Solskjaer still hopes to make as many as five new signings but the hope of finishing his transfer business before United depart for their pre-season tour of Australasia in a month’s time, as had been intended, are quickly fading.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Read More Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 8 Jun 2019 10:31 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.3kShares / Advertisement Read More Read More 1 min. story Read More About Connatix V67539 Why Manchester United signed Daniel James after making enquiry for Arsenal transfer target Ryan Fraser by Metro Skip Ad Daniel James is set to be officially confirmed as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first Manchester United signing (Picture: Getty)Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turned his attentions to signing Daniel James after Bournemouth quoted an asking price of £40million for Ryan Fraser.Arsenal have identified the Scotland international winger as a primary transfer target, but Manchester United were stunned by the south coast club’s valuation and set their sights on James instead, according to the Evening Standard.The 21-year-old is poised to officially be announced as Solskjaer’s first signing since his appointment as Jose Mourinho’s successor after United confirmed they had agreed a deal in principle with Swansea with the player having passed his medical earlier this week.AdvertisementAdvertisementSolskjaer is keen to bolster his squad with young, British players but is said to be growing increasingly frustrated at the inflated cost of signing homegrown players.ADVERTISEMENT Commentcenter_img Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Full Screen 1/1 Top articles PLAY Coming Next SPONSORED Skip Video Settings Advertisementlast_img read more

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Oshoala Lights Up Hotsports with a Visit

first_imgThe Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Hotsports and HS Media Group, Taye Ige, commended the 2015 BBC Women Footballer of the year winner on being one of the leading faces of female football in Nigeria especially as she’s steadily creating platforms to  revive the image of the female football in Nigeria.Ige also cited that on the basis of her impressive form in her league club in China where she scored over the weekend, and recent success with the Super Falcons of Nigeria at the last African Women’s Cup of Nation hosted in Cameroon last year – her brand will remain to be positioned to viable brands hence more marketability.Oshoala was also presented with the 40 inch StarTimes Digital TV set from another partner of the HotSports brand who are responsible for beaming live television broadcast of the German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A from HotSports Studios.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Super Falcons striker and popular brand name in African’s women football Asisat Oshoala was present at the HotSports headquarters in Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos  on Wednesday on a courtesy visit.Oshoala –  on a short break away from her club in China –  Dalian Quanjin, is on a marketing and media tour alongside her management team in a bid to chart the way forward her brand and career with Hotsports, who eventually are the official marketing consultants for the Oshoala brand.Having previously partnered with the HotSports brand where she was unveiled by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF),  as the Face of the 2016 Female FA Cup in Nigeria, the leading Marketing and Sport s business company is optimistic of more future successes for the two time African women of the year footballer.last_img read more

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