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This past Monday, May 3rd, ASCMC Student Senate approved the preliminary 2010-2011 ASCMC Budget.  The budget is established by the Budgeting Committee, given to Executive Board for review, and then Senate for final approval.  The complete ASCMC budget will be posted in the fall after retained earnings from this year are accounted for and added at re-budgeting in early September.    The spreadsheet below shows ASCMC’s budget allocation to CMC clubs.  5C clubs receive information about their funding in the fall in a separate process.

Club budgets are determined by presentations given to the Budgeting Committee, number of active members, and presence on campus.  Any concerns or questions can be directed to me ([email protected]).

A couple notes:

  • The Vernacular’s budget is still a matter of discussion as we work with the club’s leadership.  It may be increased through discretionary funds in the fall.
  • Active clubs that are not listed here did not sign up for a presentation slot at ASCMC budgeting or missed their scheduled time.  If this happened to a club you are involved with and expect to be active next year, email me and we can begin discussing the matter.

For more from your ASCMC Executive Board, check out the official blog: ascmcblog.blogspot.com

35 COMMENTS

  1. The cabrones should not receive a single dollar since they’re total dicks and don’t let everyone into their parties

  2. The cabrones should not receive a single dollar since they’re total dicks and don’t let everyone into their parties

    • mega-harsh. How is APAM ‘racist’??? They mentor Asian students and do a good job at building community.

      • On the contrary, they profile incoming Asian students with the racist assumption that they cannot handle a “white society.” They are anything but inclusive and sometimes really hurtful to Asians that disagree with how they think campus should be run.

        When Asian student rebuff that group, they are ostracized.

        • I could see that, actually. While not generalizing for *everyone* in APAM, that really could be the case. There’s really no need for building groups that centralize themselves around other races. After all, being racially exclusive works both ways…

        • i’m an asian student who has never had any interest whatsoever in being a part of apam. that said, though, ive also never had any problems with anyone in the group, let alone been ostracized.

      • Generalizing? No more than a group that pretends that Asian students have something in common because they happen to come from one particular continent.

        Some of the kids that APAM goes after are fifth generation of American. It’s kind of offensive to think that they need some kind of special help fitting in.

    • mega-harsh. How is APAM ‘racist’??? They mentor Asian students and do a good job at building community.

      • On the contrary, they profile incoming Asian students with the racist assumption that they cannot handle a “white society.” They are anything but inclusive and sometimes really hurtful to Asians that disagree with how they think campus should be run.

        When Asian student rebuff that group, they are ostracized.

        • I could see that, actually. While not generalizing for *everyone* in APAM, that really could be the case. There’s really no need for building groups that centralize themselves around other races. After all, being racially exclusive works both ways…

        • i’m an asian student who has never had any interest whatsoever in being a part of apam. that said, though, ive also never had any problems with anyone in the group, let alone been ostracized.

      • Generalizing? No more than a group that pretends that Asian students have something in common because they happen to come from one particular continent.

        Some of the kids that APAM goes after are fifth generation of American. It’s kind of offensive to think that they need some kind of special help fitting in.

  3. The cabrones are more than just a party throwing group. They spend less than $300 on their parties.

    They mentor high school students, and provide a support network for each other.

    I personally have issues with APAM, but I’m sure that if you requested to be a part of their group to “learn about Asians” they wouldn’t mind.

    Of course, you could end up being the subject of “a rant”

  4. The cabrones are more than just a party throwing group. They spend less than $300 on their parties.

    They mentor high school students, and provide a support network for each other.

    I personally have issues with APAM, but I’m sure that if you requested to be a part of their group to “learn about Asians” they wouldn’t mind.

    Of course, you could end up being the subject of “a rant”

  5. Exclusive,

    The Cabrones do not exclude anyone from their parties. In addition, contrary to popular belief, they are not an organizations of just “Mexicans”. Their club includes students from all different backgrounds, cultures, nationality, sexual orientation, and socio-economic class.

    Have you ever had a conversation with one of the members of the Cabrones? Didn’t think so. So why criticize a group where every member is involved with “UncommonGood“, either as a mentor or a tutor? So please stop making hasty, unjustified, and just plain foolish remarks–it might make you look stupid.

    Oh wait, it already did.

  6. Exclusive,

    The Cabrones do not exclude anyone from their parties. In addition, contrary to popular belief, they are not an organizations of just “Mexicans”. Their club includes students from all different backgrounds, cultures, nationality, sexual orientation, and socio-economic class.

    Have you ever had a conversation with one of the members of the Cabrones? Didn’t think so. So why criticize a group where every member is involved with “UncommonGood“, either as a mentor or a tutor? So please stop making hasty, unjustified, and just plain foolish remarks–it might make you look stupid.

    Oh wait, it already did.

  7. Exclusive,

    In addition to Inclusive’s well articulated facts, take into consideration your own comment. We strive to create a comfortable and safe environment for all those who attend. If you ever got denied attendance to one of our events it must be for one of several reasons. Either it was a personal event, NOT A PARTY or you were being a dick yourself, creeping on one of our friends, or too drunk for your own good. So, we welcome you again with no hard feelings as long as you apologize for your inconsiderate behavior. If your remark is based you not being confident enough to introduce yourself and join us, then that is not our problem.

  8. Exclusive,

    In addition to Inclusive’s well articulated facts, take into consideration your own comment. We strive to create a comfortable and safe environment for all those who attend. If you ever got denied attendance to one of our events it must be for one of several reasons. Either it was a personal event, NOT A PARTY or you were being a dick yourself, creeping on one of our friends, or too drunk for your own good. So, we welcome you again with no hard feelings as long as you apologize for your inconsiderate behavior. If your remark is based you not being confident enough to introduce yourself and join us, then that is not our problem.

  9. @ Eric, your remark seems rather self-serving, not to mention being on some sort of high horse.

    What is this ridiculous “alpha-male” shit that everyone at our college seems to possess? Get over yourself.

    “We welcome you[…]as long as you apologize for your inconsiderate behavior”.

    Ohhhhhh. So one should seek you out, beg on their knees, and then you’ll let them in? Oh ok.

    As far as I see it, the school funds you, so students at the school have a right to be included, whether or not you and your little buddies like it or not.

    Not that I care, since I never have/will attend, but your statement on who is/isn’t allowed seems rather exclusive…since it’s the people of the club that get to decide who is “creeping”, being a “dick”, or “too drunk”.

    But as I said, just an observation from your comments. @ Inclusive had very articulate and sensible remarks, you should have left it there.

  10. @ Eric, your remark seems rather self-serving, not to mention being on some sort of high horse.

    What is this ridiculous “alpha-male” shit that everyone at our college seems to possess? Get over yourself.

    “We welcome you[…]as long as you apologize for your inconsiderate behavior”.

    Ohhhhhh. So one should seek you out, beg on their knees, and then you’ll let them in? Oh ok.

    As far as I see it, the school funds you, so students at the school have a right to be included, whether or not you and your little buddies like it or not.

    Not that I care, since I never have/will attend, but your statement on who is/isn’t allowed seems rather exclusive…since it’s the people of the club that get to decide who is “creeping”, being a “dick”, or “too drunk”.

    But as I said, just an observation from your comments. @ Inclusive had very articulate and sensible remarks, you should have left it there.

  11. @CMC guy,

    I was only addressing the circumstances in which we have asked people to leave, and what seemed to me as the source of the initial comment. Evidently you care enough to leave a remark based on how you interpreted my comment. I am simply replying to say your observations are completely wrong.

    Considering the fact that you don’t care an explanation is not warranted and I will leave it at that.

  12. @CMC guy,

    I was only addressing the circumstances in which we have asked people to leave, and what seemed to me as the source of the initial comment. Evidently you care enough to leave a remark based on how you interpreted my comment. I am simply replying to say your observations are completely wrong.

    Considering the fact that you don’t care an explanation is not warranted and I will leave it at that.

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