[Incoming Transmission from Psi Phi, Office of Communications]
Call To Order: 10:08pm
There were 8 attendees.
- Joel Oberdieck (Captain)
- David Henderson (Chief of Operations)
- Meg Callender (Grand Nagus)
- Kenny Albright
- Carl Murphy
- Aaron Nevitt
- C. Adam Scott
- Ryan Woodrow
Minutes: Summarized and approved.
Recruitment and Relations Committee:
- No report. The Captain was not surprised.
No Report Committee:
- Ryan has been trading for Star Trek cards over the web. It seems to be going well.
Chief of Operations:
- Com1 is still working on catching up with the minutes.
- The Captain commented on the similarities of crunchy tortillas and crunchy cockroaches.
- The Captain then ordered Ryan's follow-up comments stricken from the minutes.
- There are four days' worth of results left to tabulate in the Trivia Contest.
- As of the 10th day, there were 147 contestants, with one perfect score. (Ryan missed a few)
- The Captain muttered incoherently.
- The current balance is $147.98, same as last week.
- No report, as the First Officer was conspicuously absent.
- Irrelevant mail this week.
- A flyer for the Peoria Chiefs' College Night 2000, with Dollar Beer Night!
- Applications to fill out
- Flyer for a speaker from last Monday
- Flyer for the BU Gospel Choir's sponsored speaker, Richard Smallwood
- Applications for Student Leadership
- Forms that will get us nothing
- A notice for the meeting to plan Welcome Week 2000, which took place 6 hours ago
- Lots of news this week, including more free books!
- Dark Victory, the new book written "by" William Shatner, is out in paperback.
- Valiant, by Michael Jan Friedman, is out in hardcover. It deals with Jean-Luc Picard's time aboard the U.S.S. Stargazer. And he's not bald!
- Also, Valiant will be available as an audio book read by Anthony Stuart Head.
- The new book covers for the New Frontier books 9 and 10 have arrived.
- A 4-part DS9 comic book titled N-Vector will be out in June or July.
- There are also plans for a new novel line starting next year which introduces new DS9 characters.
- Due to the success of Rising Stars, J. Michael Straczynski has been given his own imprint, or line of comics. Basically, they will print whatever he writes.
- New episodes for Buffy and Angel begin next week.
- Voyager's new episodes will start airing April 19 and run through May, with a Kes episode on May 3, and a Barclay-Troi episode May 10.
- It's been officially announced that Voyager's seventh season will be its last. Details for a new series are still scarce at this point.
- Voyager's season finale title is rumored to be "Unimatrix 0". Among other interesting items, several cast members are supposed to get assimilated, and the Delta Flyer may meet its doom! (We can only hope!)
- There is a Voyager TV-movie in the works for next November. A possible story line is that Voyager returns to Earth, the consequences of which form most of the plots of the final season.
- "Blame Canada" lost its bid for an Academy Award, despite its gala presentation, including the hilarious crooning of Robin Williams. The winner was Phil Collins (figures).
- Star Wars news: Lucas is working on a script. (Gee, could we be a little more vague, please?)
- Following up Paramount's announcement that Brannon Braga, exec producer of Voyager, will be leaving: Dave has it from the SciFi Wire that he will be staying at least partway through Season 7, but he will be leaving.
- If you're looking for Voyager spoilers, check out www.trektoday.com!
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