FUSG allocates funds to clubs, recognizes new clubs

Danielle Huber
Business Manager

Franiciscan University of Steubenville Student Government spent $1,139.68 on three clubs and permitted two clubs to have a budget at Wednesday’s meeting.

FUSG allocated $691.80 to the Verso L’alto hiking club for three weekend hiking trips. The money will go toward food and gas for the students attending the hike.

FUSG allocated $350 to the Student Coucil for Exceptional Children club for a movie night to be held Nov. 7 in the Fireside Lounge. The money was divided to pay for snacks for those attending and T-shirts for club members.

FUSG allocated $97.88 to Franciscan Beat to cover funds for food and drinks for the Beat’s upcoming retreat and batteries for equipment.

FUSG recognized the maple sugaring club and the Baron Brigade as official clubs. They were also permitted to have their own budgets, providing them the opportunity to receive money from FUSG while also raising money on their own.

FUSG allocated $614.68 to pay for shuttles going to the University of Pittsburgh for a pro-life talk by Franciscan University freshman Lucia Hunt. The shuttles will be leaving for the talk Nov. 8 at 5:30 p.m. from the Rosary Circle. The shuttles will be arriving back to Franciscan at around 10:30 p.m.

FUSG allocated $323.18 to pay for doughnuts and coffee from Dunkin Donuts after 10 a.m. mass Nov. 21. There will be gluten-free doughnuts available.

FUSG allocated $47.14 to buy coffee supplies for the Student Lounge, located on the lower floor J.C. Williams Center.

Total amount of money spent by FUSG this semester is $7,542, leaving the contingency to be $11,573.56.

This meeting’s Best Dressed awards went to senior senator Jonathan Meinholz and freshman senator Makena Wisniewski.

The next FUSG meeting will be Wednesday Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. in the St. Leo Room.

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