A.  The first rule of order, it shall be remembered, is common courtesy for one another.

B.  The order of business shall be observed at all regular meetings of the SGA.  A two-thirds vote of all present members may suspend the rules for a special purpose.

C.  A majority of those members present may waive the reading of the minutes.

D.  Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, shall be used for all areas not specifically encompassed by the SGA Constitution, SGA Bylaws, or Standing Rules of Order.