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					            Groups Receiving Funding for the Fall 2001 Semester
                                          FAC Events

African Students Organization
“Zydeco Force” Concert
FAC voted 8 - 0 - 1 to fund for $3,500
Contractual: $3,500
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

African Students Organization will receive funding to host a concert. FAC feels that this event
will be well-attended, and that it will provide a unique musical experience to the students.

University Swingers
“Swing Cat Swing” Concert / Swing Dance
FAC voted 7 - 0 - 2 to fund for $1,600
Contractual: $1,600
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

University Swingers will receive funding to host a concert/swing dance clinic. Swing music is
growing in popularity, and FAC feels this event will be well-attended.

Campus Music Collective
Two Concerts
FAC voted 8 - 0 - 1 to fund for $1,900
Contractual: $1,000
Equipment: $600
Publicity: $300
Other:

CMC will receive funding to host two concerts. This group is experienced in organizing
successful events that appeal to a musical minority.

Phi Sigma Pi
Speaker James Malinchak
FAC voted 7 - 0 - 2 to fund for $3,290
Contractual: $2,990
Equipment:
Publicity: $300
Other:

Phi Sigma Pi will receive funding to host an influential speech entitled “From College to the Real
World”. This speaker will encourage students to maintain good academic skills so that they can
be successful after college.
Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance
Speaker Mavis Leno
FAC voted 8 - 0 - 1 to fund for $5,000
Contractual: $5,000
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

FMLA will receive funding to host a speech by Mavis Leno on the topic of Gender Apartheid.
Mrs. Leno is the chairperson of the Feminist Majority Foundation’s Campaign to Stop Gender
Apartheid and is a member of the national board for feminist majority.

Art Club
Speaker Maria Arango
FAC voted 8 - 0 - 1 to fund for $1,700
Contractual: $1,400
Equipment:
Publicity: $300
Other:

The Art Club will receive funding to host three lectures by Maria Arango that will address a
variety of issues. Ms. Arango will lecture about her own work as a professional printmaker,
discuss changing career paths, emphasize women on the web, and stress the use of the web as a
tool for business. Ms. Arango is also willing to hold workshops for student artists.

Wesley House Student Council
Speaker Dr. Steve Long
FAC voted 6 - 2 - 1 to fund for $1,305
Contractual: $1,020
Equipment:
Publicity: $285
Other:

Wesley House will receive funding to host a speaker addressing the issue of “Following God in a
Culture of Nihilism”. Dr. Long is a theological scholar with a broad understanding of many
denominations.

College Republicans
Speaker Reginald Jones
FAC voted 8 - 0 - 1 to fund for $2,800
Contractual: $2,500
Equipment:
Publicity: $300
Other:

The College Republicans will receive funding to host speaker Reginald Jones. Although College
Republicans also suggested hosting speaker Shannon Reeves, FAC voted only in favor of
bringing Reginald Jones to campus. Mr. Jones is founder of the African American leadership
group Project 21, was a top video producer for MCA/Universal, and has appeared on many
television and radio programs.

International Club
International Dinner
FAC voted 6 - 3 - 0 to fund for $2,000
Contractual: $1,700
Equipment:
Publicity: $300
Other:

International Club will receive funding to host the international dinner. This event has been very
well-attended in the past, and offers a unique cultural experience to the students.

College Greens
Speaker Stephen Gaskin
FAC voted 8 - 0 - 1 to fund for $1,150
Contractual: $850
Equipment:
Publicity: $300
Other:

College Greens will host speaker Stephen Gaskin, one of the 2000 Green Party presidential
nominees. Mr. Gaskin is a founder of the farm-community in Tennessee (the largest hippie
community in the world), is a Korean War veteran, and is an activist for universal health care, gay
rights and the legalization of marijuana. FAC feels this event will be well-attended.

Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority Inc.
Speaker Rudolph Wilson
FAC voted 8 - 0 - 1 to fund for $780
Contractual: $520
Equipment:
Publicity: $260
Other:

Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority Inc. will receive funding to host speaker Rudolph Wilson, who
will address the issue of “Diversity in the 21st Century”. FAC feels this event will be beneficial
to the student body.

                                           ICA Events

Truman State Flag Corps.
FAC voted 7 - 2 - 0 to fund for $825
Fees and Contractual:
Equipment: $795
Travel:
Publicity: $30
Other:

Truman State Flag Corps will receive funding for start-up equipment expenses and publicity.
FAC feels that this organization will appeal to many students and deserves funding to ai….


TSU Women’s Rugby (Bullets)
FAC voted 9 - 0 - 0 to fund for $1,700
Fees and Contractual: $1,500
Equipment:
Travel:
Publicity: $200
Other:

TSU Women’s Rugby will receive funding to assist with league fees and publicity. This group
provides an outlet for all students to participate in athletics and attend school games.

Truman State Running and Triathalon Club
FAC voted 9 - 0 - 0 to fund for $350
Fees and Contractual: $150
Equipment:
Travel:
Publicity: $200
Other:

Truman State Running and Triathalon Club will receive funding to assist with league fees and
publicity. This group provides an outlet for all students to participate in athletics and attend
school games.

Truman State Men’s Lacrosse
FAC voted 6 - 1 - 2 to fund for $1,800
Fees and Contractual: $1,800
Equipment:
Travel:
Publicity:
Other:

Truman State Men’s Lacrosse will receive funding to assist with league fees. This group
provides an outlet for all students to participate in athletics and attend school games.

Truman State Women’s Lacrosse
FAC voted 9 - 0 - 0 to fund for $1,090
Fees and Contractual: $695
Equipment:
Travel: $195
Publicity: $200
Other:
Truman State Women’s Lacrosse will receive funding to assist with league fees, travel expenses
and publicity. This group provides an outlet for all students to participate in athletics and attend
school games.

Ultimate Frisbee
FAC voted 9 - 0 - 0 to fund for $350
Fees and Contractual: $250
Equipment:
Travel:
Publicity: $100
Other:

Ultimate Frisbee will receive funding to assist with league fees and publicity. This group
provides an outlet for all students to participate in athletics and attend school games.

               Groups Denied Funding for the Fall 2001 Semester
                                            FAC Events

Omicron Delta Kappa
Truman Day
FAC voted -        -    to fund for ________
Contractual:
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

Omicron Delta Kappa will not receive funding to host Truman Day. Although Truman Day has
been well-attended in the past, FAC feels that students often attend only because of University
dining restrictions. FAC feels that Truman Day focuses on relations between the University and
the Kirksville community rather than on student entertainment. Due to these facts, FAC feels that
funding novelty acts, as opposed to the entire event, is in violation of our Code of Policies, Art.
II, stating “The activity or event must be able to stand on its own”.

Climbing Club
Climbing Day
FAC voted -        -    to fund for ________
Contractual:
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

Put explanation here:
Truman State Libertarians
Speaker Niger Innis
FAC voted -       -     to fund for ________
Contractual:
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

Put explanation here:


Bacchus and Gamma
Speaker Mike Sterner
FAC voted -       -     to fund for ________
Contractual:
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

Put explanation here:


Campus Crusade for Christ
Speaker Tim Muelhoff
FAC voted -       -     to fund for ________
Contractual:
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

Put explanation here:


The Lighthouse
Publication
FAC voted -       -     to fund for ________
Contractual:
Equipment:
Publicity:
Other:

Put explanation here:

                                         ICA Events

Bulls Rugby
FAC voted -       -     to fund for ________
Fees and Contractual:
Equipment:
Travel:
Publicity:
Other:

Put explanation here:

				
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