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Grad Nite 2011

This year, Grad Nite will be held at Disneyland from Thursday, June 16, 2011 to Friday, June 17, 2011
The cost of this event is $65 dollars which also includes transportation.
There are limited spaces for grad night, so this event will be a first come, first serve basis.
So please, turn in your dues and permission slips early!!
Graduating EEPsters will have priority for this event!!
The event lasts from 11:30 PM to 6:00 AM, but we must arrive at Disneyland before 10:00 PM.
So please arrive at the lounge no later than 9 PM on Thursday, June 16, 2011. If you are not there by 9:00 PM, we will leave without you!! 
You will arrive back at school by 7:30 A.M. the next morning – Friday, June 17, 2011.
Priority Permission slips are due ASAP!!
If permission slips and dues are turned in after that deadline, there is no guarantee that a spot will be reserved for you.

The permission slips are here and here, and must be filled out and turned into the EEP OFFICE!!! 

EEPC Officers will not be accepting any permission slips. PLEASE DO NOT TURN IN PERMISSION SLIPS TO THE EEPC MAILBOX!!

Fees must be attached with a fee remittance slip and must be turn into the EEPC Mailbox!!

EEPC Officers or EEP Office will not be accepting any fees.

The Disneyland Website for Grad Nite is:
This is a list of prohibited items and a dress code!! Please read before attending the event!!
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail Jaquelyn Yeh at

Jaquelyn Yeh’s Presidential Platform

Say Yay for Yeh!!

Hello, my name is Jaquelyn Yeh and I am running for EEPC President with Ajay Bhandari for EEPC Vice President. I am currently a senior in EEP and I have been an active EEP Club Officer for the past two years. As a Social Chair, I have planned numerous highly-attended and fun events that you have been able to attend. From Laser Tag to Formal, I have worked with the Social Chairs very hard to make each event a success.

As an officer on the EEP Club board over the last two years, I have had to chance to see, firsthand, the hard work and dedication that is required to make sure EEP Club is run well. From providing scantrons and blue books to compiling yearbooks and organizing events, EEPC does so much for each individual EEPster. I would love to be your next EEPC President because I feel that my qualifications and unique personality traits make me ready to take on this responsibility.

I have been on the officer boards of various other clubs on campus, such as being the Secretary of the Music Appreciation Club and Vice President of the G.E. Honors Club, where I have learned many useful skills that will make me a better EEPC President. Because I have worked with many different people in different settings, I can easily adapt to different situations. I will dedicate my time and effort to this position, take your input and incorporate your suggestions into the way EEPC is run, and otherwise work tirelessly to make sure that your experience with EEPC is the best that it can be.

If I am elected as EEP Club President, I will continue to run EEPC successfully as John and David have over the past year. As EEPC President, I would implement the following ideas:

1) Better Student Services: I will make sure there is always a supply of scantrons, blue books, whiteboard markers, and miscellaneous office supplies that are needed. I will also try to make sure that the EEP Lounge is clean, because everyone can benefit from a cleaner lounge, whether to study or relax.

2) More Events and Making Sure They Run Smoothly: I would like to have more events that happen throughout the school year such as a Movie Night, a Beach Clean-Up Day, a Field Day, and a Mini Golf event. I would love to hear suggestions and take them into consideration. As Social Chair, I have learned a lot this year about events and how to make sure they run smoothly. I will work with the new Social Chairs and collaborate with the board to make sure that events are even better than before.

3) Fundraising Events: In order to decrease the cost of events so that more EEPsters can attend, I would like to fundraise throughout the year by having bake sales, selling Valentine grams, and holding other fun fundraising events.

4) Birthday Grams: Birthday cakes are hard to schedule for everyone, so, I would like to have Birthday Grams. A Birthday Gram is a cute card from EEPC that comes with candy that is given to someone on their birthday. It’s our way to say “Happy Birthday!! We love to celebrate with you.”

5) De-stress Events: Sometimes, midterms and finals can get really stressful, and I think the best way to relax is with some comfort food. At least once a quarter, I will make sure to bring treats such as cookies, brownies, ice-cream, and chips for everyone so they can just relax for a few minutes with their favorite food, then go ace their test. I will try to have more free food events because everyone loves food!!

If I am elected, I will make sure that next year will be successful and amazing with the help of an incredible board and the input of all the EEPsters. I will be dedicated to being EEPC President, and I will make sure all these great ideas and events are put into action!!! Thank you very much for taking the time to read this platform, and don’t forget to vote for Jaquelyn Yeh as EEPC President and Ajay Bhandari as EEPC Vice President!

Say Yay for Yeh!!

EEPBA Basketball Tournament 2011

When: every Monday, from May 2 until May 16

Where: the basketball courts near the tennis courts

Time: 3:15 – 4:15 pm

Team 1 “The Empire”:

  1. Avijit S.
  2. Lawrence M.
  3. Ben S.
  4. Adam B.
  5. Zac S.
  6. John S.
  7. David W.
  8. Crystal F.
  9. Michael P.

Team 2 “The Covenant”:

  1. Ajay B.
  2. Daniel P.
  3. Sanmit N.
  4. Jeff Z.
  5. Ashley S.
  6. Matthew L.
  7. Giulio S.
  8. Caroline M.
  9. Raj S.
  10. Beejay C.
The team to win 2 out of 3 games will be the winner!
Please arrive on time! We want to make sure that those that have class at 4:20 pm can get there on time! 
The rules for the tournament are only slightly changed from those used last year:
  • Two 20 min halves (+ 5  min overtime), separated by a 5 min halftime (no quarter breaks).
  • No shot clock (please play fairly).
  • The clock does not stop for out-of-bounds, fouls / free throws, etc. The clock only stops for timeouts, injuries and halftime/quarter breaks.

Timeouts & substitutions:

  • Two 1 min timeouts total will be allotted to each team.
  • Substitutions will be allowed at any time (no timeout needed, just step out and have the sub step into the court).
  • Please make sure to rotate often, so as to give everyone a chance to play the game.


  • Free throws for shooting fouls only.
  • Call your own fouls (if necessary, bystanders/bench can help out as referees).


  • Standard (1 point free throw, 2 points inside the three-point line, 3 points outside the line).
  • When you make a shot, please hold up two/three fingers (signifying the number of points the field goal was worth) towards the scorekeeper. If you miss a shot, hold up the zero sign.

Adrian Berliner’s Presidential Platform

EEPC is no stranger to love. It knows the rules, and so do I. If elected, a full commitment is what I am thinking of. You wouldn’t get this from any other candidate.

I just want to tell EEP how I’m feeling. I have to make EEP understand:

I am never going to give EEPC up.

I am never going to let EEPC down.

I am never going to run around and desert  EEPC.

I am never going to make EEPC officers cry.

I am never going to say goodbye to EEPC*.

I am never going to tell a lie and hurt EEPC.

I have known EEPC for so long. My heart’s been aching for EEPC, but I was too shy to say it. Inside, all EEPsters know what is going on: I know the game, and I’m going to play it.

Feel free to ask me how I’m feeling. I know you aren’t too blind to see this.

I am never going to give EEPC up.

I am never going to let EEPC down.

I am never going to run around and desert EEPC.

I am never going to make EEPC officers cry.

I am never going to say goodbye to EEPC*.

I am never going to tell a lie and hurt EEPC.

*Until I’m impeached.

Elections 2011

Hey everybody, it’s that time of the year again – ELECTIONS! Here is this year’s lineup:

Jaquelyn Yeh/Ajay Bhandari (platform)

Adrian Berliner/Rowan Edge (platform)

The couch/The clipboard

Mother Teresa/Hitler

As of now, campaigning has officially started! The elections will be held in week 8 during the group meetings with paper and electronic ballots!


New EEP Computer Lab rules

The rules below are currently in effect after being accepted by the EEPC Board on March 3rd, 2011.

Students should familiarize themselves with these rules that have been approved by a panel of elected student representatives. In addition, whenever appropriate ALL university rules regarding shared computer lab space also apply to the EEP lab. For more see the university lab rules.

EEP computers were purchased specifically for academic use. Please respect the student’s use of the computers for academic purposes.

The EEP printer is for academic use only. Do not print anything not academic, do not leave pages strewn about the lab, do not change the printers settings in any way, and be sure to cancel print jobs if for whatever reason they do not complete.

No food and/or drinks are allowed near the EEP computers or printer. You may have food and/or drinks with you at one of the laptop tables with only your property at risk of damage; if someone else’s property is at risk you must remove that risk at their request.

Do not use any NIS account but your own and do not allow others to use your NIS account.

Do not modify these posted rules in any way for any reason. Any modifications made to this posting are invalid and to be ignored.

Do not disrupt anyone who is working. This includes playing sound from your own electronic device, horseplay, and anything you are requested to stop doing by another lab user.

Do not modify anything written on the whiteboard. Anything written on it is EEP/EEPC business or useful information.

Failure to adhere to these rules and/or doing anything disruptive, malicious, or otherwise unacceptable as defined by the lab administrator may result in ejection from the lab and/or a report to Program Director. If you feel an ejection was unjust or undeserved, discuss with Program Director.

Freshman Class Presidential Election Results

Congrats to Susanna S. on her election to freshman class president!

Updated Site Navigation

Hey all,

You’ll notice two new tabs in our navbar: Merchandise and Membership. Hopefully this makes the site a bit clearer. Feedback is always welcome.

Winter Registration Notice

Tuition payment for Winter Quarter 2011 begins:  Monday, October 18

Advisement Slips due: Wednesday, October 20

Priority Registration is: Monday, October 25

Winter 2011 fee analysis form can be found here.

EEP Newsletter, Summer 2010 (student-enhanced)

Your incoming EEP Club administration would like to bring back the student version of the EEP newsletter–after a two-year hiatus, we think it’s quite past time we jazzed it up again. See Summer 2010 EEP Student-Enhanced Newsletter Draft.

Please note that this is a draft and a work-in-progress, modified from Rich’s newsletter by JMS (he will have it completed in the third week of summer quarter). As such, there might be errors in this document, and you should only refer to the EEP Program newsletter sent out via email as your official source of information. We only provided this as a preview of what’s in store for next year in EEP Club.

Any feedback (including criticism) would be appreciated!


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