ASF Minutes

The Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum convened last Wednesday in the West Dining Room, discussing committee plans and upcoming elections.

Standing Committees

President Dan Lougheed and adviser Don Morel expressed concern that many standing committees had not yet met. For that reason, committees met immediately after the meeting to develop activities for the fall semester.

Currently, ASF plans to sponsor “Cosmic Bowling,” which will be an “Ugly T-Shirt Bowl-a-Thon” on Sunday Oct. 12 from 9 p.m. to midnight. There will be 26 lanes available and there will be black lights and a laser show at the bowling alley.

The Forum agreed to allocate money toward the C.H.A.M.P. program, which allows elementary school children to come to the University to learn more about college. ASF referred the program to their philanthropy committee and allocated $220 from their contingency fund.


It was announced that elections for freshman and transfer representatives would take place Thursday and continue today from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Candidates were to give speeches in Davenport Dining Hall on Thursday. The Financial Review Board is still in search for a freshman member at large.

Bylaw Changes

Bylaw changes regarding the decision-making power of the Financial Review Board (FRB) were rewritten, but according to the ASF constitution, changes must be in writing at least one week before being voted on. Forum members will vote on the bylaw changes next week.

–Andrea Gardner

Andrea Gardner, Managing Editor
Andrea Gardner
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