Council to nullify $3,000 club vote

After failing to meet quorum at its April 8 meeting, newly appointed chairwoman Brandi Hoskins said the Council of Clubs will nullify its vote to approve a $3,000 funds request.

Five voting clubs failed to attend, and the Chess Club representative left during the meeting, which initially went unnoticed. The Council of Clubs needs six members to make quorum.

Before the Chess Club representative departed, the present clubs voted to host two spring events. The first is an April 23 Club Fair, where the clubs will interact with students and try to recruit new members. A club fair was hosted winter term in the cafeteria.

The council also voted to host a spring event for all Lane students May 21. Details are still being discussed.

They also voted to hold the yearly Club Awards ceremony on May 27 at the Longhouse from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

After the meeting, Hoskins said that the French Club’s frequent absences caused it to lose voting status under the Council’s bylaws.

Absent from the meeting were American Water Works Association, Religious Diversity Club, Green Chemistry Club, Table Tennis Club and French Club.