The undergraduate officers of the Tiger Inn are charged with more responsibility for the day-to-day operations of their club than any other group of officers on the Street. The six live-in officers, with the help of the other officers are one of the main reason the club functions as smoothly as it does. Use the navigation frame on the left to find out more about the offices and the people who hold them.
The liquor chair is responsible for helping the live-in officers manage the kegerator. This includes loading the kegs into the refrigerator and making sure that the club is on and off tap at the proper times.
The Assistant House Manager is to help out the House Manager in any way possible. The chief duty of this office is making up the new-member work list in the Spring. The work list is supposed to include funny nicknames for each person, but things don't always work out that well.
Assistant House Manager: Michael F. P. O'Redmond
The Assistant Social Chair is to help out the Social Chair in any way possible. The chief duty of this office is to coordinate decorations for the club when they are appropriate. Also included in the duties of this office are helping out the Movie Chair and Officer of Sheep in the performance of their duties.
The Intramural Chair coordinates all intramural activities that the club participates in. This includes signing up for various events, forming teams, assigning captains to those teams, and informing the membership of upcoming contests that the club is a part of.
The sole duty of the Secretary is to read the books during the bids session of bicker.
The Photographer is in charge of all photographic activities of the club, including the coordination of the Face Board and the photographs of the bickerees during bicker.
The Officer of Sheep is in charge of acquiring all the sheep that the club is to use throughout the year. The main responsibilities of sheep acquiring lie in and around bicker.
The Gameboy supervises the acquisition of all needed leisure-game materials that are worth less than ten (10) dollars in value, chiefly poker chips and playing cards.
The Movie Chair is in charge of coordinating all aspects of Club Movie Nights.
The Officer of Nothing is charged with the responsibility of making sure that he/she does absolutely nothing to help the club during his/her tenure