The Associated Students of CSU Funding Board allocated $1,794.50 Thursday to the Phi Alpha Theta/History Club for their annual lecture series. The series will be regarding the history of the Middle East and will host a historian speaker, Norman F. Furniss.
The Korean-American Student Association presented a request for $792 to send several of their members to a national conference. Their request was denied, as the Funding Board is incapable of financing student travel or registration fees for an event, and found the request an ineffective use of student funds.
The board also passed a bill proposed by the Student Organizations Office outlining ASCSU’s support of their new resource room, which will stock various types of office supplies and other materials. The bill granted $8,000 for a one-time start-up cost and an agreement for the continued support of the Funding Board over the next five years.