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TRUST Coalition > Meeting Minutes > November 13, 2002

 

Toward Responsible Use of Substances Today
(TRUST) Coalition Minutes
November 13, 2002
2:00 p.m., Cottonwood Room

 

MINUTES

 

Present: Dan Baddorf, Elaine Balogh, Todd Barry, Lin Brummels, Anne Collins, Jenni Chleboun, Curt Frye, Jeff Grover, Jenny Hoffman, Cynthia Hruby, Jason Karsky, Paul Lutter, Kathy Mohlfeld, Jason Mrsny, Troy Reynolds, Anne Willis, Lance Webster.

 

Committee Reports:

Policy & Enforcement Report: Safe Ride Program survey is complete. Four-hundred students were surveyed according to randomly selected buildings and class times. The results are now being evaluated. Residence Hall staff have asked if they can rent the shuttles for Thursday evenings.

 

Neighborhood Relations Report: The group discussed the alcohol advertising policy of “The Stater” with Linne’ Ourada, Editor, Max McElwain, advisor, and Deb Whitt, department chair. We discussed the first amendment right of free speech and the nine areas of “unprotected speech” currently recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court, see attachment. It was noted that “The Stater” student staff must make the decision as to what types of advertising they will accept, not the advisor/school administrators, as they are considered “agents of the state”. McElwain indicated that at this time, over half of “The Stater” advertising sales is from alcohol advertisements. The topic of Responsible Hospitality Guidelines (not rules) was discussed. It was agreed that guidelines are a good idea and that local bar owners and package store owners should be included in constructing the guidelines. Whitt suggested that a content analysis study comparing different advertisements by businesses in different papers would be interesting and helpful to the group. She noted that a conference on health communication will be held in the Spring 2003 semester and she planned to take a group of students to it.

 

Education & Information Report: Student writing competition, see information below. Donations are being accepted to increase the prize money amounts.

 

Social Environment Report: Flyer for social activities. Rachel Arterburn will have an example ready for the 12-3-02 meeting.

 

Subcommittee: Fatal Vision Goggles Demonstration during half-time of football game this Saturday. Student-Athlete Advisory Committee members have agreed to participate in the obstacle course demonstration. Dan Baddorf will announce the event.


Next Meeting: Final large group meeting of semester will be 12/3/2002 at 2:00 p.m. in the Goldenrod Room. Results of the Core Alcohol & Drug Survey for 2001 will be discussed. Check the TRUST Coalition website for minutes of meetings.

Essay Writing Competition Information:

Are you interested in alcohol education?

Want to make a difference on campus?


Enter the Essay contest being offered by the Education and Information Work Group of the TRUST Coalition. Prize money is being offered for first, second, and third place winners!

 

ESSAY TOPIC: "In what ways can WSC students play a positive role - emphasizing respect for the law and personal responsibility - when it comes to their choices about partying and drinking alcohol?"

 

DEADLINE TO ENTER: 5:00 p.m., Friday, November 29, 2002

 

SUBMIT THE ESSAY TO:


ESSAY Contest, WSC Counseling Center
1111 Main Street, Wayne, NE 68787

 

Visit our website for complete guidelines and information:

Please contact Kathy Mohlfeld at 375-7557 or kamohlf1@wsc.edu if you have any suggestions, questions, or concerns for the TRUST Coalition.


"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world."
     —Margaret Mead

 

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Ron Vick, MA, LPC
Counselor / Academic Advisor
Int'l Student Advisor

 

 

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