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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

What is Happening at USF?

Here is the latest bit of Info I have gotten about what is happening
at USF....

USF Tampa Library to remain open 24 hours / 5 days a week
A collaboration between the USF Libraries, Academic Affairs, and
Student Government
What you need to know:
-New Library hours begins on 1/11/2010
-Library's 1st floor will remain open non-stop from Sundays at noon -
Fridays at 6PM
-At midnight, anyone working on other floors must move to the 1st
-A valid USF ID will be required during the overnight period
-Starbucks will stay open until 3 AM
Visit http://bit.ly/openallnight or http://www.lib.usf.edu for more

2010 Student Body Elections: Applications online NOW
Student Body President & Vice President
Senators for each of college
Before turning in your packet make sure you have completed the
· Created a list of campaign staff (only for Presidential
· Got the appropriate amount of signatures, names, and NetIDs
for your petition
· Completed all forms in the packet (remember that both
donations and expenditures can be amended at a later date)
· Make plans to attend AT LEAST ONE candidate information
· There is a total of 60 Senate Seats available: (Seats
assignments to colleges are subject to change based on student
o College of Arts & Sciences – 27 Seats
o College of Business – 11 Seats
o College of Education – 7 Seats
o College of Engineering – 7 Seats
o College of Arts – 3 Seats
o College of Public Health – 1 Seat
o College of Nursing – 3 Seats
o College of Medicine – 1 Seat
· Remember to turn the application in before 5 p.m. on January
22, 2010 to the Student Government Office Manager on the fourth floor
of Marshall Student Center Student Life Tower.
For application and most up-to-date information visit http://www.sg.usf.edu
and http://tiny.cc/2010USFElections

Student Government Spring Internships Available
SG is looking for interns for the Spring 2010 semester! Positions are
available in many different areas. Applications must be submitted to
Sarah Greenberg, MSC4300, Executive Secretary, no later than
Wednesday, January 20, 2010, 5:00 PM.
Questions? E-mail the Chief of Staff, Audrina Bigos at
For application visit http://www.sg.usf.edu

Campus Wide Representative
Want to Get Involved? Be a Campus Wide Representative
SG is looking for students who would like to be representatives for
the Spring 2010 semester! Positions are available in many different
areas including, but not limited to, Black Affairs Committee,
Commencement and Convocation Committee, Library Council Committee,
Student Heath Services Committee, Undergraduate Council Committee, and
Graduate Council Committee.
Applications must be submitted to Andrew Cohen, Director of Department
of University and Community Affairs, Marshall Student Center 4300.
This is an on-going application, and there is no deadline for this
Questions? E-mail Andrew Cohen at Abcohen1@sg.usf.edu
For application visit http://www.sg.usf.edu

A Change At Hand: Breaking Barriers & Building Bridges
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Time: 5PM – 9PM
Location: Marshall Student Center Oval Theater
On behalf of Student Government and the Black Student Union, we would
like to invite you to participate in our Spring 2010 Week of Welcome
Student Body Forum entitled A Change at Hand: Breaking Barriers and
Building Bridges. As students, it is our duty to voice our opinions
and show that we are concerned for academics, well-being and the
future of our University.

Topics will include but not limited to Campus Experience, Student
Life, Student Support Services, Academic Programs, Financial Access &
Affordability, and Student Readiness. Come out and let your voice be
Visit http://www.sg.usf.edu for details.

MLK Celebration Week
Dear Esteemed University Affiliates,
On behalf of the University of South Florida Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Celebration Committee, we would like to invite you to the upcoming
events taking place during the MLK Celebration week January 12th –
21st. This year’s Celebration theme will ask the question…

Have We Achieved the Dream?
Has Dr. King’s dream come any closer to becoming a reality? Have we
lived up to his standards? It has been more than forty years since
Martin Luther King Jr. made his inspirational “I have a dream” speech
to a quarter of a million people.

Come join us as we discuss the impact Martin Luther King Jr. has made
in our generation.
Questions? Email Student Government - Department of Diversity &
Multicultural Awareness
Ms. Skye Idehen (sidehen@sg.usf.edu) or Mr. Frank E. Hernandez
Visit http://www.sg.usf.edu for details

Textbook Affordability Student Awareness Event
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Time: 12PM – 2PM
Location: Marshall Student Center North Entrance (entrance by the food
Come out and talk to your Student Government representatives about
textbook options that are more affordable for your budget! Find out
what Student Government is currently doing to make textbooks more
affordable for USF students and fill out a survey to help us better
represent you. Pizza will be provided to those who fill out the
Visit http://www.sg.usf.edu for details.

“Connect, Commit, Serve” Customer Service Kickoff
Date: Friday January 15, 2010
Time: 11AM-2PM
Location: Marshall Student Center Amphitheatre
Come join Student Government for free food and fun! Learn about
Student Government Agencies and the services provided by your Student
Government like SAFE Team, Student Government Computer Services, and
Bulls Radio.
Visit http://www.sg.usf.edu for details.





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