The Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum convened in the West Dining Room Wednesday, delivering constituency/liaison reports and committee plans.
Committee members for the Lip Sync contest are still contemplating a first place prize for the contest, which is scheduled for Dec. 4. They are requiring a total of at least 10 acts in order for the contest to take place.
ASF members continued to make plans for the Holiday Dinner, scheduled for Dec. 9. A University gift is still being determined, although ASF members have an idea in mind. They are still looking for faculty members to host tables for the dinner. A dance following the dinner is still scheduled.
Stories for the second newsletter were requested from Forum members. An advice column by Forum member Andrew Bills is another section to be highlighted in the next issue. The newsletter is scheduled to be published in December.
Members reported on the status of their constituencies. From the Security constituency, it was reported that security whistles are still available to anyone who would like one at no cost. Plans for better lighting on campus were also discussed.
Members concerned with Residential Life discussed current problems with CampusLink, the University’s phone system. Positive changes in CampusLink were noted and ASF members briefly discussed problems that had come to their attention about the phone system.