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is the agenda for the E-board meeting tomorrow night.
The E-board will be meeting tonight in the Shelnutt at 8pm. The agenda can be found here: http://docs.studentsenate.rpi.edu/documents/2850
I hope you're enjoying your summer! At the moment the usual form of hosting files, flagship, and I don't quite see eye to eye, so for the summer I'll keep all minutes motions and documents in this dropbox folder for your viewing pleasure: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ahdgk4uh50zfvza/AAAMQ1qB0AENVkHrLKOKoPqxa?dl=0
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll be doing updates on here and the RPI subreddit as future motions arise. I apologize for the delay, internet issues and a busy summer caused quite a bit of chaos on the homefront.
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On Friday, May 15th, the Executive Board convened for a meeting with the orders of business being the confirmation of appointments of officers and committee chairs, and a report on the bookstore. All of the appointments were approved swiftly, and the discussion turned to the bookstore.
125th President of the Union Erin Amarello started the discussion by giving background on the work that has already been done. She made us aware that the idea of bringing in a third party to manage the bookstore is not a new one. Starting with John Stack, four Presidents of the Union (myself included) have been involved with this project. After several years of analysis of our current operations, and a downward trend in revenue becoming apparent, invitations were sent out to national companies to propose
On behalf of the 2014-2015 Executive Board I would like to formally apologize for all of the misinformation and misunderstandings surrounding the Rensselaer Union Bookstore that have occurred over the past few weeks. I take full responsibility for the decision to not pass an official motion to approve the letter of intent to work with Follet and seek contract management for the RPI bookstore. Although not all information could be shared due to the NDA between ourselves, the consulting company, and Follet, I should have tried harder to identify the information that could have been shared with the student body and worked to publicize it more. I should have worked to make students more aware of the information regarding the process so that more students were aware of t