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34 clubs almost derecognized

Christina Kopka, Student Government president and senior Spanish and marketing double major, opened the SG meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 28, with a reminder that students can still donate points for the Here for Home Hurricane Sandy relief effort. She announced that Here for Home is hoping to raise at least $1,855 from the point campaign. This specific number was chosen to be symbolic of the year the College was founded. All points donated will be used for cleaning supplies, such as gloves and work materials for volunteers.

The deadline for student organizations to register was Friday, Nov. 30, Devin Dimming, junior history and secondary education major, announced.

“There were an alarming number of club that did not register this year,” Dimmig said. Originally, there were 34 on-campus clubs that did not register, but at the meeting on Wednesday, Dimmig said that the number went down. If organizations did not register by that date, SG would have to derecognize them. The Engineering Honor Society, Bonner Volunteers, Her Campus TCNJ and Russian Club were just a few from the long list of unregistered organizations Dimmig read.

The annual TCNJ Holiday, which SG co-sponsors with the College Union Board, featuring a carriage ride, food and festive activities, will take place this Thursday, Dec. 6 from 7 to 11 p.m. in the Brower Student Center.

The junior and sophomore class senators announced class bonding and fundraising activities for the rest of the semester.

Mr. 2014 will be this Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Brower Student Center Room 202. Tickets for the event can be purchased on the day of the event in the Library Café or at the door for $3. According to the Facebook event page, a portion of the proceeds will go to a charity of the winner’s choice.

The class of 2015 representative, Brian Garsh, a chemistry and secondary education double major, announced that the sophomore class trip to New York City will be held on Sunday, Dec. 9. The trip was fully funded and will be free for students who wish to participate. An email will go out this week stating where students can sign up. A $10 deposit is required to hold a spot on the trip, but will be returned on the day of the trip.

*This article has been updated to clarify that TCNJ Holiday is co-sponsored by Student Government and the College Union Board.


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