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Committee Lunch MT5

  • Posted on: 9 November 2016
  • By: Steven Rose



1. Sophie is going to be setting up a Balliol postsecret (postsecret is a blog where people send in their secrets written on postcards); ask her more about this!

2. We discussed when we should have our emergency JCR tea; it'll be happening around eight between screenings of Roahl Dahl films.

3. The Committee passed up to £50 from the Scrawl budget for cocktails to be bought as prizes for what will be a literary quiz type competition thing (have Google at the ready).

 

Any questions, let me know. Do try to feel well today <3

Committee Lunch MT4

  • Posted on: 2 November 2016
  • By: Steven Rose

1. We discussed showing the US election in the JCR; it'll be being shown in the JCR. Remains to be seen whether there will be exciting Pantry night/ bar night.

2. The Committee were reminded to submit descriptions to promote their offices to Cealach by the end of the day so we can try to convince you all to run for things.

 

It was a short one, but if you've any questions, do ask.

Committee Lunch MT2

  • Posted on: 19 October 2016
  • By: Steven Rose

1. We discussed moving Committee lunches to the JCR to increase openness, and we're going to trial this next week.

2. We passed £50 to top up the Womens' Officer budget, with that budget having been spent into heavily printing out consent workshop materials.

3. Jowett will be getting it's own tampon moutnain in the laundry room.

4. There was a general notice for people to approach sexist comments in a useful and productive way, noting that there's a lot of new people encountering a lot of new ideas.

Committee Lunch MT1

  • Posted on: 12 October 2016
  • By: Steven Rose

1. We passed £20 to be used by the STEM sisters Committee for activities (such as STEM sister teas and cinema visits and whatnot).

2. We passed up to £50 to get new table tennis bats (on the understanding that this is a significant overestimate of the cost).

3. We decided to start keeping the PS4 in the JCR Office as a result of the safe being broken - a key for the JCR Office can be gotten from the lodge or from one of the key-holding JCR officers (I'm almost always happy to help) - and we'll bring buying a more robust safe up at the next GM.

Committee Lunch TT8

  • Posted on: 15 June 2016
  • By: Steven Rose

1. Darryl was reimbursed £11 for batteries he bought for the TV remotes.

2. Library Committee has decided that more diverse art will be being displayed in the Library (this is to be decided in the future), and also that we can now drink coffee in keep-cups in the library; we might be buying some Balliol keep-cups, watch this space.

3. We passed up to £25 for a clock that will be decoration at the bop; this clock may be going up permanently, but we'll likely discuss this at a GM in the future.

Committee Lunch TT7

  • Posted on: 8 June 2016
  • By: Steven Rose

In total passed up to £165.

1. Frances was co-opted onto PESC.

2. We decided that the maintenance/replacing was part of normal expenditure for the Housing Officer, and hence Richard will be purchasing foam bed things to replace the popped airbeds.

3. Up to £50 was passed to purchase board games.

4. Daisy Cutts volunteered to organise the end-of-term campaigns for BHS and the Community Emergency Foodbank.

5. We passed up to £25 for a gift and a birthday card for Denise.

Committee Lunch TT6

  • Posted on: 1 June 2016
  • By: Steven Rose

1. Annie reminded the Committee to attend the termly lunch that we enjoy courtesy of the Dean where we'll get to meet the new Junior Dean and Jowett Wardens.

2. The Committee interpreted the amendment to Duncan's last motion mandating EM to sign the open letter with regards to whether it mandated the Ethnic Minorities Office to sign (in which case the signature from one officer was sufficient) or whether it mandated each officer; the Committee interpreted the amendment as applying to the Office, so that one signature was sufficient.

Committee Lunch TT5

  • Posted on: 25 May 2016
  • By: Steven Rose

1. We discussed possible suggestions for what to do with a compulsory levy for sponsoring a child which has became moot since the child has since graduated; there's currently money collected from previous terms after the child graduated, and the school asked for a donation towards classroom equipment, however it is felt that this is against the spirit of how Balliol donates charitably and the levy, so this will probably be coming to a GM at some point.

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