FUSG provides money to build Advent wreath

Danielle Huber
Business Manager

Franciscan University Student Government approved a bill at Wednesday’s meeting to fund the construction of a large Advent wreath to be placed in a central location on campus.

Senior John Paul Anthony, executive assistant, proposed the bill that allocated $182.75 towards the materials needed to build the wreath.

The wreath will be constructed by the beginning of Advent. The location of the wreath will be determined upon completion.

FUSG allocated $216.55 to buy candy and prizes for the student services fair held Nov. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the J.C. Williams Center. Representatives from various parts of campus will be present to promote their health speciality on campus.

FUSG allocated $221.66 for Title IX advocate Eileen Spencer’s table at the student services fair. The money will be used to purchase stress balls, fidget key chains, smart food and a parking permit raffle.

FUSG allocated $49.52 for the reimbursement of FUSG president Alex McKenna for the purchase of pumpkin-decorating supplies used for Fall Fest.

FUSG allocated $65.60 to buy snacks for a talk to be given Nov. 8 by Beatriz McNamara on her translation of a book on Spanish martyrs.

FUSG allocated $48 to freshman Right to Life officer Lucia Hunt for an increased shuttle price to the University of Pittsburgh for the pro-life talk she is speaking at November 8.

FUSG allocated $35.94 to the purchase of pizza for the Baron Brigade, which supported men’s soccer semi-finals Nov. 3.

FUSG allocated $17.55 for the reimbursement of junior senator Mary Catherine Prostejovsky for the purchase of balloon pumps used for Midnight Madness.

FUSG allocated $8.79 for the purchase of two Apple dongle adapters for FUSG event use.

The Best Dressed awards for this meeting went to McKenna and junior senator Emilia DeGroat.

The next FUSG meeting will be held Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. in the St. Leo Room.