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The Bylaws of Random Hall

J. Arthur Random


Date: Adopted November 9, 2003

Article I: Purpose

The purpose of the Random Hall Bylaws is to provide the members of Random Hall, as defined in Article III of the Random Hall Constitution, with a means of instituting policies and procedures, creating and defining the role of committees, and putting into writing any and all substantive and permanent decisions made by the House Meeting or ExecComm not specifically mentioned in the Random Hall Constitution.

Article II: House Policies

Section 1: General

The Policies contained in this Article of the Bylaws shall be those decisions made by Random Hall that are binding upon all members of Random Hall, in accordance with Article V, Section 1 of the Random Hall Constitution.

Section 2: Shafting

No shafting shall be allowed in the Random Hall shafts.

Section 3: New Wave Music

No loud New Wave music shall be played anywhere in Random Hall.

Section 4: Quiet Hour

The quiet hour shall be between 2 and 3 AM on the day each year when daylight savings time goes into effect.

Section 5: Smoking

Smoking shall not be allowed inside of Random Hall.

Section 6: Mailing Lists

Random Hall shall have eight floor-specific email lists, one for each floor of Random Hall, and four class specific email lists, one for freshmen, one for sophomores, one for juniors, and one for seniors and superseniors. No member of Random Hall may add himself/herself to any floor- or class-specific email list of which he/she is not supposed to be a member nor remove himself/herself from any floor- or class-specific email list of which he/she is supposed to be a member. The President, the Secretary, and the Room Assignment Chair shall have the sole authority to alter the membership of these lists.

Section 7: The House Tax

The Random Hall House Tax shall be set at $80 per resident of Random Hall per term. This figure does not include any tax levied by the Dormitory Council.

Article III: ExecComm Policies

Section 1: General

The Policies contained in this Article of the Bylaws shall be those decisions made by the Executive Committee of Random Hall that directly relate to the functioning of the Executive Committee, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2 of the Random Hall Constitution. The approval of ExecComm is defined as a two-thirds majority of voting members present at an ExecComm meeting.

Section 2: The Budget

Subsection A: General

The Random Hall Budget shall be established by Random Hall on a term-by-term basis as described in Article V, Section 8 of the Random Hall Constitution. The Budget shall serve as a guide for the Vice President in disbursement of funds and the Committee Chairmen in spending of funds. No individual or group may be reimbursed for the purchase of an item unless it has been included in the Random Hall Budget or approved for reimbursement through a discretionary fund.

The President shall be responsible for collecting and compiling the information needed to create the Budget, including but not limited to budget requests made by Committee Chairman, budget requests made by members of Random Hall for the purchase of Kapital Items, the amount of money in Random Hall's savings accounts, and the amount of income to be received by Random Hall through the House Tax.

An ExecComm budget meeting shall be called within a week before the House Budget Meeting. All members of ExecComm, as well as all Committee Chairmen, shall attend this meeting. The purpose of this meeting shall be to discuss the budget compiled by the President, with each person who requested money explaining the purpose of the request. If the budget compiled by the President includes a budget deficit, changes in the amount of money allocated for various purposes shall be made in a way that is agreeable to all interested parties to eliminate the deficit. ExecComm shall then vote on whether to accept the proposed budget as it stands.

Less than 24 hours after the end of the ExecComm budget meeting, the proposed budget shall be distributed to all voting members of Random Hall. At the House Budget Meeting, the President shall briefly go over all of the items in the budget and shall ask for any discussion of or changes to those items before the House votes on whether to approve the budget.

Subsection B: Discretionary Funds

Every Random Hall Budget shall include line items for an ExecComm discretionary fund and a President's discretionary fund.

The ExecComm discretionary fund shall act as a source of funding for requests and expenses not otherwise included in the Budget. Any individual or group requesting ExecComm discretionary funds must make the request of any member of ExecComm. That ExecComm member must inform the other members of ExecComm of the request at any time before the subsequent ExecComm meeting. The request must state both the reason for the request and the amount of money requested. The money shall be allocated from the ExecComm discresionary fund under the following conditions: at a regularly scheduled ExecComm meeting, with a simple majority of ExecComm; at an extraordinary meeting, only if four of the seven voting members of ExecComm vote to approve the allocation.

The President's discretionary fund shall serve a purpose similar to the ExecComm discretionary fund. Any person or group requesting President's discretionary funds must make the request of the President. The request must state both the reason for the request and the amount of money requested. The President shall decide whether to allocate the funds within 48 hours of the request. Upon deciding to allocate President's discretionary funds, the President must inform the other members of ExecComm of his/her decision within 24 hours.

Subsection C: The Alumni Fund

The Random Hall Alumni Fund shall be established through the MIT Alumni Association as a way for Alumni and Friends of Random Hall to donate financially to Random Hall.

Any money received by Random Hall through the Alumni Fund shall be placed into an interest-bearing account under the supervision of the VP. This money shall not be budgeted or spent by Random Hall for any purpose. However, any interest accrued from this money may be budgeted for spending by Random Hall as it would any other regular source of income.

Subsection D: Random Hall Publications

The Vice President shall be responsible for managing all of Random Hall's subscriptions to publications.

Section 3: General Election Procedure

Unless otherwise indicated in the Random Hall Constitution, the following election method will apply to all Random Hall elections.

Nominations for a position shall be open from the time of the announcement of the election for that position until the start of the election. After closing the nominations, the nominees, in the order in which they were nominated, shall be given the opportunity to introduce themselves, to describe the reasons why they wish to run for said position, and to say anything else they wish about themselves on their own behalf. These statements shall be followed by a question-and-answer period during which any member of Random Hall may ask any relevant question, subject to the approval of the chairman of the election meeting, of any or all of the nominees. The nominees shall answer in the order in which they were nominated. Upon completion of the question-and-answer period, the nominees shall leave the meeting room, and those remaining shall discuss the nominees in terms of their suitability for the position being elected. Following this discussion, a vote shall be held by show of hands, by paper ballot, or by white ballot to determine which nominee(s) shall be elected. Everything that transpires while the nominee is absent, including both discussion and the vote tallies, shall be confidential.

Section 4: ExecComm Meeting Agendas

Agendas for all ordinary ExecComm meetings shall be compiled by the President and distributed to the members of the mailing list execcom17@mit.edu at least 48 hours prior to the ExecComm meeting. At his/her discretion, the President may also distribute said agendas to the members of the mailing list random-hall@mit.edu. Any changes to the agenda that occur after it is initially distributed shall be distributed as soon as the changes are made.

No substantive decision requiring a vote may be made at an ExecComm meeting on an issue not listed on the agenda for that meeting, unless said issue is of sufficient urgency in the opinion of the President that the decision cannot wait to be made until the subsequent ExecComm meeting. In the event that an issue is brought up at an ExecComm meeting that was not listed on the agenda for that meeting, that issue may be discussed, but no votes may be taken on that issue until the subsequent ExecComm meeting.

Section 5: GRT Selection

Candidates for a vacant GRT position shall be ranked by a method chosen by the Housemaster.

Ballots shall be distributed by the Housemaster at the House Meeting during which the candidates are to be ranked. Each ballot shall list the names of the candidates in the order in which they were interviewed. Any continuing resident of Random Hall may cast a ballot, and absentee ballots cast in advance of the meeting shall be accepted at the discretion of the Housemaster.

The Housemaster shall have veto power over any candidate he/she deems unsuitable for the GRT position. The continuing residents of the floor on which a GRT candidate might live also have veto power over any candidate by a majority of said residents voting in favor of vetoing the candidate.

Article IV: Committees and Other Positions

Section 1: Power and Authority

The Committees and Appointed positions named and described in this Article derive their power from Article VI, Section 6 of the Random Hall Constitution. They shall be responsible for carrying out all of the duties specified in that Article of the Random Hall Constitution as well as the specific duties mentioned in this Article of the Bylaws. As representatives of ExecComm, they shall have jurisdiction over the facilities of Random Hall as indicated in this Article, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2 of the Random Hall Constitution.

Section 2: Committee Elections and Appointments

The committees described in Section 3 of this Article of the Bylaws shall be elected positions in accordance with Article VI, section 6 of the Random Hall Constitution. The elections for these positions shall take place each spring during the spring election House Meeting described in Article VIII, Section 4 of the Random Hall Constitution.

The committees described in Section 4 of this Article of the Bylaws shall be appointed positions in accordance with Article VI, section 6 of the Random Hall Constitution. The President, based on the recommendation of the outgoing chair of a particular appointed Committee, shall nominate a voting member of Random Hall to be the new chair of that Committee subject to the approval of ExecComm at the ExecComm meeting immediately prior to the spring election House Meeting described in Article VIII, Section 4 of the Random Hall Constitution. After said ExecComm meeting, the President shall immediately inform the members of Random Hall of all nominations made. At the spring election House Meeting, the nominees shall become the official holders of the appointed positions.

At any time between the announcement of the nominees and the spring election House Meeting, any member of Random Hall may object to any nomination for any reason either verbally or in writing to any member of ExecComm, thereby invalidating the nomination. Any nomination invalidated in that manner shall then be filled in the manner of the elected Committees at the spring election House Meeting. Additionally, if no voting member of Random Hall is willing to accept a nomination to a particular appointed Committee prior to the spring election House Meeting, that position shall be filled in the manner of the elected Committees as described above.

Section 3: Elected Committees

Subsection A: Laundry Committee

The Laundry Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall laundry machines and laundry room. The Laundry Committee shall ensure that the laundry machines remain in good repair and shall investigate all complaints from any member of Random Hall about the laundry machines. The Laundry Committee shall keep the laundry room clean and free from piles of abandoned laundry.

The Laundry Committee chairs shall be paid according to the following. During term and IAP, each chair will be paid a maximum of $10 per week, to be determined by ExecComm on a biweekly basis. Payment must be approved by a majority vote of at least three members of ExecComm. In cases where a member of ExecComm is a chair of the Laundry Committee, he or she must abstain from the vote.

During the summer, if the Laundry Committee chairs will not be present, he or she must appoint an acting chair. The acting chair(s) will be paid a maximum of $100 for the summer. The exact amount shall be determined at the first ExecComm meeting of the following fall term and must be approved by a majority vote of at least three members of ExecComm. In cases where the acting chair is a member of ExecComm, he or she must abstain from the vote.

Subsection B: Rush Committee

The Rush Committee shall be responsible for running a comprehensive program acquainting freshmen with Random Hall during both Campus Preview Weekend (CPW) and any time during Orientation set aside for Residence Selection. The Rush Committee, along with the President, shall be responsible for the article about Random Hall in the Guide to First Year Residences. The Rush Committee shall be the Random Hall representative to the Dormitory Council regarding Random Hall Rush activities.

Subsection C: Social Committee

The Social Committee shall be responsible for the planning, publicity, and execution of all Random Hall social events. The Social Committee shall submit a detailed financial report after every Random Hall social event to the VP. The Social Committee Chairman shall be the representative to the Dormitory Council as regards the social activities of Random Hall.

Subsection D: Soda Committee

The Soda Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and operation of the Random Hall soda fridge, ensuring that the soda fridge remain stocked at all times based on the requests of any member of Random Hall and its judgment. The Soda Committee shall regularly enforce the collection of all tab money and shall have the option to set and enforce an upper limit on the amount of tab money any one member of Random Hall may have at any given time. The Soda Committee shall keep and maintain detailed records of the cash flow of soda fridge.

The Soda Chairman shall be entitled to a daily credit, applicable towards any purchase from soda fridge, whose monetary value shall be the price of one can of soda.

Section 4: Appointed Committees

Subsection A: Athletic Committee

The Athletic Committee shall plan, publicize, and execute all Random Hall athletic events. The Athletic Committee Chairman shall enter teams in all intramural sports in which sufficient interest is present among the members of Random Hall. He/she shall have the responsibility for and jurisdiction over all athletic equipment of Random Hall. The Athletic Committee Chairman shall be the representative to the Intramural Council for Random Hall.

Subsection B: Computer Committee

The Computer Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the computer facilities of Random Hall not under the jurisdiction of MIT Information Services and Technology (IS&T), including but not limited to any non-IS&T printers, the copy machine, the bathroom server, the laundry server, and public computers and workstations. The Computer Committee shall also be responsible for any equipment owned by IS&T or Housing but operated by Random Hall, such as the Random Laptops and the image server. The Computer Committee shall work in conjunction with any Residential Computing Consultants (RCCs) to provide computer help to the residents of Random Hall and to investigate and address network security issues and break-ins. The Computer Chairman, along with the RCC, shall act as Random Hall's point-of-contact with MIT IS&T.

Subsection C: Darkroom Committee

The Darkroom Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall darkroom, including all equipment and chemicals therein. The Darkroom Committee shall provide assistance and training in the use of the darkroom to any member of Random Hall. The Darkroom Committee shall keep the darkroom key check-out list at Desk updated and shall ensure that all keys to the darkroom are accounted for at all times.

Subsection D: Earth, Wind, and Fire Committee

The Earth, Wind, and Fire Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the Random Hall vacuum cleaners and for purchasing supplies for the vacuums such as filters and bags. Additionally, the Earth, Wind, and Fire Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the the roofdeck grill. The Earth, Wind, and Fire Committee shall turn off the water to the roofdeck garden hose in the fall and turn it back on in the spring.

Subsection E: Electrical Engineering Lab Committee

The Electrical Engineering Lab Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall electrical engineering (EE) lab. The EE Lab Committee shall ensure that the equipment in the EE lab is useful and functional and shall arrange for the procurement of any items it deems appropriate for the EE lab. The EE Lab Committee shall provide assistance and training in the use of the EE lab to any member of Random Hall and shall ensure that the EE lab provides a favorable working environment for any member of Random Hall to work on electronic projects. The EE Lab Committee shall ensure that the cruft database reflects the contents of the EE lab as accurately as it deems necessary.

Subsection F: Games Committee

The Games Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance of the board games, card games, and other games of similar type owned by Random Hall, including the replacement of any game pieces that might be missing from any game. The Games Committee shall arrange for the procurement of new games as requested by any member of Random Hall, subject to the Committee's own judgment.

Subsection G: History Committee

The History Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and collection of Random Hall historical records and artifacts. The History Committee shall ensure that the records remain accessible to all members of Random Hall and shall ensure that all information remains current and updated. The Historian shall take pictures of all consenting incoming residents during the first month of the first semester of their residency.

Subsection H: Pet Committee

The Pet Committee shall be responsible for the supervision of all officially approved cats in Random Hall, as described by the Pet Chair Responsibilities issued by the Dormitory Council. The Pet Committee shall inform all approved cat owners of their responsibilities as described in the Cat Policy issued by the Dormitory Council and/or the MIT Housing Office. The Pet Committee shall keep all records with regard to the official cats residing in Random Hall. The Pet Chairman shall represent Random Hall to the Dormitory Council and the Housing Office on matters pertaining to the official cats residing in Random Hall.

Subsection I: Piano Committee

The Piano Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance of the Random Hall piano, the piano bench, and the piano lighting. The Piano Committee shall ensure that the piano gets professionally tuned twice per calendar year. The Piano Committee shall keep the piano sheet music organized and shall arrange for the procurement of new sheet music and other piano- and music-related items based on any requests made by any member of Random Hall, subject to the Committee's own judgment.

Subsection J: Projector Committee

The Projector Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Alice in Wonderland Theater (AiW) and all Random Hall audio-video (A/V) equipment, including but not limited to the projector and screen, the electronics held in the projector rack, the AiW speaker system, the VCR and DVD player at Desk, and the MythTV. The Projector Committee shall instruct any member of Random Hall in the use of the A/V equipment upon request.

Subsection K: Sewing Committee

The Sewing Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall sewing machine. The Sewing Committee shall keep the contents of the sewing kit organized and shall keep it supplied with basic sewing supplies, including needles, black and white thread, and bobbins. The Sewing Committee shall keep the sewing machine check-out list at Desk updated and shall ensure that members of Random Hall on said list have been trained in the use of the sewing machine.

Subsection L: Shop Committee

The Shop Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall shop, including all equipment contained therein, and shall keep the shop supplied with the hardware necessary for any small wood project. The Shop Committee shall train all users of the shop in the correct and safe operation of all of the equipment in the shop and shall be available to answer any questions any member of Random Hall may have about the use of said equipment. The Shop Committee shall keep the shop key check-out list at Desk updated and shall ensure that all keys to the shop are accounted for at all times.

Subsection M: Trunk Room Committee

The Trunk Room Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall trunk room, including the full cleaning out of the trunk room at least once per academic year at the end of the spring term before Finals Week and a quick clean-up of the trunk room at the end of the summer to prepare it for the arrival of new residents. The Trunk Room Committee shall inform former residents of Random Hall of any items discovered during the cleaning of the trunk room that they may have left there so that they may retrieve said items, and shall arrange for the disposal of any items not retrieved by former residents at least three month after requesting the removal of said items. The Trunk Room Committee shall set and enforce an upper limit on the amount of space any one resident of Random Hall shall be allowed to fill in the trunk room. The Trunk Room Committee shall ensure that all keys to the trunk room are accounted for at all times. The Trunk Room Committee shall also supervise the bicycle room. Each resident of Random Hall shall be allowed to store one bicycle in the bicycle room, and nonresidents shall not be allowed to store bikes there.

Subsection N: Video Committee

The Video Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall movie collection. The Video Committee shall arrange for the procurement of new movies based on requests made by members of Random Hall and the Committee's judgment. The Video Committee shall update and maintain both the paper and online versions of the Random Hall movie collection database.

Subsection O: Website Committee

The Website Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and operation of the Random Hall website. The Website Committee shall ensure that the website remains accessible to all members of Random Hall and shall ensure that all information on the website remain current and updated. The Website Committee shall implement any major changes to the website the Committee feels would make the website more functional or informative, subject to the approval of ExecComm.

Subsection P: Weight Room Committee

The Weight Room Committee shall be responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the Random Hall weight room. The Weight Room Committee shall keep the members of Random Hall informed of any procedures essential to the correct and safe use of the weight room equipment. The Weight Room Committee shall arrange for the purchase of additional weight room equipment based on any requests made by any member of Random Hall, subject to the Committee's judgment.

Section 5: Other Positions

Subsection A: Room Assignment Chair

The Room Assignment Chair (RAC) shall be responsible for assigning housing in Random Hall in accordance with the Room Assignment Guidelines described in Article V of the Random Hall Bylaws. This position derives its power from Article VI, Section 2 of the Random Hall Constitution.

The RAC shall also be responsible for assisting the President in updating official dorm mailing lists at the beginning of each term. He/she shall serve as the representative of Random Hall on the Room Assignment Committee of the Dormitory Council. He/she shall represent Random Hall to the Housing Office on matters pertaining to room assignments in Random Hall.

The RAC shall be an appointed position in accordance with Article VI, section 6 of the Random Hall Constitution. The President, based on the recommendation of the outgoing RAC, shall appoint a voting member of Random Hall to this position, subject to the approval of ExecComm at the ExecComm meeting following the appointment. All voting members of Random Hall will then have one week to object to the nomination to any member of ExecComm. If no one objects, the RAC will take office one week after ExecComm approves the nomination. If anyone objects, the RAC will be elected at a House Meeting called within fourteen days. The RAC may not simultaneously hold the position of President, VP, Secretary, or JudComm Chairman. The duration of this position shall be for as long as the current holder of the position desires or until the current holder is removed by a majority vote of ExecComm.

Subsection B: i3 Pointman

The i3 Pointman shall be responsible for all aspects of the production of the Random Hall Interactive Introduction to the Institute (i3) video, including filming and editing, and all associated i3 materials, including the Random Hall Rush website. He/she shall serve as the representative of Random Hall on the i3 Committee of the Dormitory Council on matters pertaining to i3.

The i3 Pointman shall be an elected position in accordance with Article VI, section 6 of the Random Hall Constitution. The position shall be appointed each September at the fall elections House Meeting. The holder of this position may be removed in the manner of the Committee Chairmen, as described in Article IX, Section 3 of the Random Hall Constitution.

Article V: Room Assignment Guidelines

Section 1: Assignments

Room assignments in Random Hall shall be made by the RAC at the end of each academic year. All registered undergraduates assigned to Random Hall for the following academic year shall complete a housing preference form provided by the RAC. The preference form shall include a place to list the rooms in Random Hall in which a resident would like to live in order of preference as well as a place to list any special circumstances the resident would like the RAC to know when he/she assigns rooms. The RAC shall assign rooms based on these preference forms, assigning residents in the order they are listed in the rooming priority list.

Any vacancies in any rooms during the academic year shall be filled by the RAC as they arise by assigning the room to the resident of Random Hall with the highest priority who wants it. Any transfers into Random Hall during the academic year shall receive a room as assigned by the RAC. Any new transfers into Random Hall at the end of the spring term for the subsequent fall term shall be assigned a room as if given priority at the bottom of the rising sophomore class. After receiving their room the transfer in question shall be given a priority as described below. Transfers who have previously resided in Random Hall shall immediately be given priority as described below.

Section 2: Priority

Each graduating class shall have its own priority list. ``Older'' classes shall have priority over ``younger'' classes, that is, seniors shall have priority over juniors, juniors over sophomores, and sophomores over freshmen. There shall be separate priority lists for males and females. The priority lists shall be available on request from the RAC.

At the beginning of the academic year, incoming freshmen shall determine their class priority by drawing numbers or any other equivalent method. To determine their room assignment, they shall then choose from the available rooms starting with the freshman who drew the lowest number and continuing in numerical order. After all freshman have rooms, their priority will be switched, so that at the end of the room selection process the freshman who drew the lowest number (and had the first choice of a room) will be at the bottom of the priority list and the freshman who drew the highest number (and had the last choice) will be at the top of the priority list.

All residents who have exercised priority during a period of room switching shall be added back to the bottom of their classes priority list in the reverse of their original priority order. The meaning of a "period of room switching" shall be left to the discretion of the RAC, but shall include the room assignment period at the end of each Spring term. Exercising priority shall be defined as moving from one room to another except in the case of pull-ins discussed below. Moving into a room with a number ending with a "2" also does not affect priority. Residents are not allowed to switch rooms amongst themselves unless the RAC has thoroughly reviewed the issue and has determined that no one would be negatively affected by the room switch. Any undergraduate transferring into Random Hall shall be placed at the end of his/her graduating class' priority list.

Section 3: Squatting and Pulling-In

Any registered undergraduate assigned to live in Random Hall shall have squatter's rights over his/her room beginning immediately upon moving into that room and ending when his/her housing is cancelled by the MIT Housing Office. Squatter's rights entitle the resident of a particular room to decide to remain in that room when housing is reassigned at the end of the academic year.

At any time, any resident of a half-filled double who will be living in that room after the current period of room-switching shall have the right to pull another resident of Random Hall into that double provided the resident being pulled in agrees to it. This process does not affect the priority of either resident. A ``double'' shall be defined as any room whose three digit room number ends in a ``2'' or ``5.''

Section 4: Other

The MIT Registrar's Office and MIT Housing Office have ultimate authority in determining a student's official status as a resident of Random Hall. The RAC has final authority in making any and all decisions with regards to room assignments in Random Hall. Any decision made by the RAC may be appealed to the Random Hall Judicial Committee for arbitration.

Article VI: Changes to Bylaws

Changes, additions, or deletions to Article III or Article IV, Sections 1 and 2 of the Random Hall Bylaws shall be made by four of the seven voting members of ExecComm voting in favor of the change at an ExecComm meeting.

Changes, additions, or deletions to any Subsection of Sections 3 or 4 of Article IV of the Random Hall Bylaws shall be made by the holder of the chairmanship or appointments described by that Subsection of the Bylaws, subject to the approval of ExecComm. ExecComm may propose changes to any of these Subsections to the appropriate chairman or appointee, who then may approve or reject these changes.

Changes, additions, or deletions to Article V of the Random Hall Bylaws shall be made by the RAC, subject to the approval of ExecComm.

Changes, additions, or deletions to Articles I, II, IV Section 5, or VI of the Random Hall Bylaws shall be made by a majority vote at a House Meeting.

Article VII: Ratification

These bylaws shall be adopted by a majority vote of ExecComm. This document shall supersede all previous versions of the Random Hall Bylaws.

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