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July 20 2010

Meeting Highlights:
Some executive quarterly reports dealt with, 20,985 OUSA members reported, with breakdowns by campus, affiliations of some new clubs, Youthline donation, Maor Language week, and a bit of Strict Committee action.


MINUTES OF THE OUSA EXECUTIVE MEETING HELD IN THE BOARDROOM OF THE OTAGO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION ON TUESDAY 20 JULY 2010 AT 6.02PM

PRESENT
Harriet Geoghegan (Chair), James Meager, Claire Jackson, Stephanie Reader, Travis Monk, Michael Anderson, Shonelle Eastwood, Katie Bryan, David McKelvey, Imogen Roth, Ariana Te Wake, Daniel Stride, Art Kojarunchitt and John Philipson

IN ATTENDANCE
Julia Hollingsworth (Critic Reporter) and Donna Jones (Minute Secretary)

APOLOGIES
Malia Vete, Ros Mackenzie and Walker MacMurdo
John Philipson for lateness
Dan Stride for leaving early

Moved from the Chair
224/10 THAT the above apologies be accepted.
CARRIED U

MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS EXECUTIVE MEETING

Moved from the Chair
225/10 THAT the minutes of the previous executive meeting held on 1 June 2010 be accepted as a true and correct record.
CARRIED U

MATTERS ARISING
Capping Charity letter of apology has been written, can all Executive members please sign it if possible.

MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS STANDING COMMITTEE
For noting.

REPORT OUSA MEMBERS FOR SECOND QUARTER
The Secretary attached the breakdown of figures of OUSA members to determine the 1% quorum for Student General Meetings.
OUSA information as requested as at 12 July 2010.
NZD Fee Paying
Students
No Amount
OUSA General Levy 16,497 1,381,445.54
OUSA Building Levy 17,915 1,607,602.27
OUSA Distance Levy 1,893 42,516.78
OUSA Thesis Levy 1,419 63,621.69
OUSA Christchurch Campus 476 15,127.28
OUSA Southland Campus 186 5,911.08
OUSA Wellington Campus 514 16,334.92
(Please note that there are no US fee payers from 2010)
The total is 20,985 OUSA members

AFFILIATIONS
James explained a couple of minor changes made to the constitutions and some constitutional amendments.

John arrived at 6.05pm

Stride/Kojarunchitt
226/10 THAT the Renaissance Rapier be affiliated to OUSA.
CARRIED

Stride/Kojarunchitt
227/10 THAT DASIG (Dunedin Abrahamic Student Interfaith Group) be affiliated
to OUSA.
CARRIED

Stride/Kojarunchitt
228/10 THAT the new Constitution for the Anthropology Society be ratified with
amendments.
CARRIED

EDUCATION COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES
Meager/Kojarunchitt
229/10 THAT the minutes of the Education committee meeting held on 15 June
2010 be received.
CARRIED

EXECUTIVE REPORTS

Meager/Kojarunchitt
230/10 THAT Donna Jones be granted speaking rights for the duration of this
meeting.
CARRIED

The Secretary was asked about precedent if honorarium payments were decreased due to executive officers’ handing in their executive reports late.
As per report policy clause 3.4.1 it is a requirement that if a report is late it needs a motion to receive the late report.

Reader/Jackson
231/10 THAT John Philipson’s second quarter report be received and it be
noted that it was late.
CARRIED

Jackson/Reader
232/10 THAT John Philipson’s second quarter report be accepted and he be
paid his honorarium.

Foreshadowed motion:
Stride/
233/10 THAT John Philipson’s second quarter report be accepted and he be
paid half his honorarium.
LAPSED

Motion 232/10 was then put:
Stride/Kojarunchitt: Against
CARRIED

Travis left at 6.27pm

YOUTHLINE DONATION
James Meager organised a BBQ on the morning of ManDay asking for a gold coin donation to be given to our Capping Charity – Youthline.

Meager/Stride
234/10 THAT the ManDay BBQ takings of $143.80 be donated to Youthline as
part of the 2010 OUSA Capping Charity.
CARRIED

CAMPAIGNS AND INITIATIVES APPLICATION
As per the attached memorandum, Claire Jackson would like to build a Documentary Library of DVD to hire out to students. She is requesting $1300 to set this up, 20 DVD’s at $40 each and an advertisement in Critic to inform students. Some expressed this was a bit expensive.
This had been discussed with the General Manager.
It was suggested that the University should and could do this. Imogen is going to ask the Library Services Liaison Committee about this.
Could this be funded from the Campaign and Initiatives Line? James will do a breakdown of this line and report back.

GENERAL BUSINESS

Student Health Charges – In October when the increase in GST is enforced student health are considering increasing their charges to cover for this. How would the Executive consider an increase? It was agreed overwhelmingly not to increase the charges. It should be absorbed in the recreational and welfare levies. James noted that where possible, OUSA should not support any increases in levies or costs to students.

Code of Conduct Reference Group
The President sits on this committee and she would like to know who else at OUSA would be interested. It was suggested that Matt Tucker be approached. Shonelle would be interested as an executive representative. The next meeting is 3 August so Harriet will inquire and report back.

Referendum results thus far
At 5.30pm this evening there were 389 votes. Harriet suggested we all get behind this and encourage voting. John Philipson is going to poll at Arana, Aquinas and Salmond Colleges in the next few days.

Student Job Search
Harriet will be in Wellington tomorrow attending a national meeting.
She will be contactable via cell phone and will return tomorrow evening.

Local Body Elections
A proposal will be coming to the Executive for funding to advertise in Critic to advertise these elections especially regarding student issues. OUSA Executive should lobby candidates and get in behind these elections. What do we want for the next three years for students?
PromCom is willing to assist with funding also.

Your City our Future Forum.
Harriet attended a meeting with the Mayor, members from the DCC, North Dunedin Liaison group and approximately another 100 people from around Dunedin to discuss what could be done for the future of our City. This was to 10 year plan for Dunedin.

Proposal for Budget
Imogen and John are working together to working to sort out the break down and expenditure for the Campaigns and Initiatives line next year.
Please get any submissions to them by Thursday 29 July.

Dan left at 6.56pm

Maori Language Week
Ariana said next week is national Maori language week. As part of this she is taking a basic Te Reo (language) course tomorrow at 5pm in the Boardroom for Radio One to learn basic Maori pronunciation to use on air. Anyone else is welcome to attend. Ariana will be emailing phrases each morning next week, if you want to know more let her know. There is also an online plug-in for Maori pronunciation on your computer.

International Cultural Night
Art wished to thank everyone who helped to make the Food Festival such a success this week and would like to invite people to the International Cultural Evening at the Town Hall on Saturday evening at 7pm.

Flat signs – taken and ratings
Could people help getting these around to flats? Imogen and Claire have allocated two executive members to a street to take these to flats and especially get them to fill the ratings out.

Budget submissions
A reminder to you to get these in – James will email you.

Moved from the Chair
235/10 THAT the meeting move into Strict Committee for reasons of personal
privacy at 7.02pm.
CARRIED U

Moved from the Chair
236/10 THAT the meeting move out of Strict Committee at 7.11pm.
CARRIED U

Meeting closed at 7.11pm
Signed: _________________________________ Date: _____________