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Student AssociationOswegoStateUniversityofNewYork35thLegislativeSession1999-2000MattSilverman,PresidentSaleem Cheeks, VicePresidentBrian Fragola, Director of Finance

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate 35 th Legislative Session 1 st Meeting 4 May 1999AGENDAI. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Molly Casey, DirectorofFinance .,..., VI. NYPIRG Report VII. Committee Reports VIII. Special OrdersIX.General Orders A. Legislation PendingB.DiscussionofUnfinished BusinessX.New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.35.01 Kristen Benjamin, Senator-Emeritus 2. RES.35.01 Joe Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator3.RES.35.02B.DiscussionofNew BusinessXI.Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON;.." OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate 35 th Legislative Session 2 nd Meeting 7 September 1999AGENDAI.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate Elizabeth Kemp, DirectorofOff-Campus Student Services Mike Rhome, Career Services Intern VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee ReportsIX.Special OrdersX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending 1. SLE.35.01XI.New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.35.02 2. SLE.35.03 3. SLE.35.044.SLE.35.055.SLE.35.066.SLE.35.07 XII. Public Comment and Announcements "... XIII. Adjournment ..

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35th Legislative Session 2 nd Meeting 7 September 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101.The meeting was called to order at6:10 with16senators present and 3 absent.2.Cheeks: Wait to approve minutes until next week.3.Toso: Second.4.5.GuestsofSenate6.Mike Rhome, Career Services Intern: Talked about Career Services programs and7.services.8.Chris Smith, SAPB: Talked about this years activities (Artswego and Busta Rhymes.)9.10.President's Report11.We1comeback everyone. Appointments are being made and will be confinned next week.12.The Executive Branchiscomplete and we almost have everyone for the court.13.We may have a directorofCampus Life search soon. Executive order#1isa resultof14.Auxiliary Services funding cuts. We needed to make itupso we used money from other15.accounts. The $ was mostly cut from the programming board. SA pays45centsof16.every ride, regardlessofthe stickers. The stickers are worth getting for frequent riders.It17.will allowSAto know how many people are riding the bus to save money next year. The18.money will go toward paying the bill next year.19.Executive order #2 explained-no questions. 20. Bill#1is because SAPBwillbebecoming their own organization, insteadofbeing partof21. the executive branch. Therefore, no senators willbeallowed to get in free for SAPB 22. functions anymore. Instead, senators will get discounts at the Comer Store.Anupdated 23. list will be at the store to identify senators for the senator incentive program. 24. Bill #2isfor the election committee to promote voter education and registration, since not 25. many people voted. Bill#3original willbein mail boxes tomorrow. A refund will be 26. given to summer student who meet the criteria who request it for the amountof$5. 27. Bill #4 enacts that each senator will get groups to be advocates for. Senators will know 28. what's going on in the clubs and keep them updated on SA stuff. Groups will be assigned 29. and not chosen. 30. StorchHow many groups each? 31. SilvennanAbout three give or take. 32. Bill#5is to make the Co-DirectorofStudent Services and Marketing a more interesting 33. position.

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-34. Vice-President's Report 35. Welcome back. September 18th there willbesenator training in Sheldon hall at 11am. 36. Bill#1changes and Bill #6 changes. Bill#7give senate andSAdirectionasa whole. 37. Senators must check their mailboxes because minutes willbethere from now on. For 38. students, notSAmembers, meetings willbePIPpoints for attendees. Three meetings will 39. constitute 2 PIP points. There will beanSApage in theOswegonianthis semester. 40. Ryan Baker willbethe Assistant DirectorofResidential Affairs. The inner hall council 41. bill will be submitted nextweek.Make sure your halls know about senior portraits. 42. Silverman, Student Surveys: Campus Concept Committee wantstoknow what students 43. in the new union.Gotohall council and toss ideas around about food, atmosphere, etc. 44. Policies willbebroughttothe Policy Planning Committeeasstated in Bill#7.They will 45. notgothrough senators, committees willbeelected next week. 46. StorchWill they be done quicklyifthe need be? 47. Cheeks-Bills can be brought backiftakingtolong.48. 49. DirectorofFinance Report 50. Account # 947-$17,50051.Account # 948-$6,50052.Account # 949-$4,000 53. There willbea meeting this Saturday for Tier 2 groups.54. 55.NYPIRG56.Michelle Gulley, Project Coordinator: Welcomeback.Willbecampaigning for sweat57.shop issues and environmental issues. Higher education and voter registration are partof58.the Vote 2000 programtoget students involved in next years elections.Itwould be great59.towork with the elections committee and combine efforts. NYPIRGisnow in theSA60.office and the new phone number is x4495.61. 62.General Orders62.Cheeks: Bill#163.Jakes-Johnson: Motiontoamend.64.Toso:Second.65.Storch: Motiontopass. 66. Ruppert: Second67.Jakes-Johnson: I think it's worthwhile.68.Storch:20percent isn't enough.Itwon't make people more excitedtojoinSA.69.Mierowitch: Good, butwelostSAPBprivileges.Wework hard and we need more, but70.it's a good start. 71. Cheeks: Motiontovote.72.Jakes-Johnson: Second73.Votebyrole call.74.16YONOA75.Bill passes.76.Cheeks: Bill#277. Sponsors: Storch, Toso, Jakes-Johnson

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-78.79.80. 81. 82. 83. 84.85.86. 87. 88. 89. 90.91.92. 93. 94. 95. 96.97.98.99.100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. Cheeks: Bill#3Knapp: Waive reading. Jakes-Johnson: Second. Storch: No.Votetowaive.Y8N3Sponsored by: Toso, Storch. Cheeks: Bill #4 Rupper: Waive reading. Storch: Object. V ote to waive.Y8N5Sponsored by: Toso, Storch, Friedl Cheeks: Bill #5 Rupper: Waive reading. Knapp: Second. Sponsored by: Storch. Cheeks: Bill #6 Storch: What did it all mean? Cheeks: Bill will, with movementofSAPB allow it tomoveto a club,ifthis passes. Storch: Will SAPB be a club? Cheeks: Yes. Storch: The club can'tpickoutit'sowndirector? Cheeks:Mattstillhasthepowerto appoint, and it's togetthings started. Jakes-Johnson: This will make them avoid being Tier 1? Cheeks: This will allow themtomove more quickly. Storch: Will it allow anyone else? Cheeks:Noone else probably will. Toso: A 2/3 vote fromthesenate willbeneeded. It's not likely. Storch: Sponsor by body. Toso: Second. Cheeks: Bill #7 Sponsored by: Jakes-Johnson, Friedl.

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STUDENT ASOCKATKON" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session 3 rd Meeting 14 September 1999 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410V. Guestsofthe Senate David Meirowitch, Off-Campus Senator Scarly Andrieux, DirectorofOCAVI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President ElectionofCommittee Chairs, AS Board Senate Reps,&Faculty Assembly Reps Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII.NYPIRGReport VIII. Committee ReportsIX.Special OrdersA.SLE.35.12 Jason Selss,SADirectorofCommunications X. General OrdersA.Legislation Pending 1.SLE.35.022.SLE.35.033.SLE.35.044.SLE.35.055.SLE.35.066.SLE.35.07XI.NewBusiness A. New Legislation 1. SLE.35.08 Saleem Cheeks, Vice President2.SLE.35.09 Saleem Cheeks, Vice President3.SLE.35.1O Saleem Cheeks, Vice President4.SLE.35.11 Saleem Cheeks, Vice President5.RES.35.03 -Joseph Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Adjournment

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(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENTASSOCIATION '--. .. .. Senate 35th Legislative Session 3rd Meeting 14 September 1999Minutes123 4567 8 9 1011121314 15 16171819 20212223 24 25 262728 "..., 2930The meeting was called to orderat6:05pm with 18 senators present and 1 absent. See attached for listofsenators in attendance. Cheeks: Approvalofminutes. Jakes-Johnson: Second. Guestsofthe Senate David Meirowitch, Off-Campus Senator talked about the senator incentive program, and saidifanyone has any ideas to bring them to Joe Storchorhimself. ScarlyAndrieux, DirectorofOCA, talked about OCA and their programs. President's Report The Union study is about the needsofthe student union. There are going to be presentationstothe SenateonOctober 12th. Please invite your halls. Another presentation will be on Oct. 14, the time and place is unknown asofyet. They're expecting final approval any day now.Thedesign phase will be 3-5 months and the bidding phase willbe3-4 months. Next fall the ground breaking will begin, and the construction will take two years ending in 2002. More DI hockey information will be brought to the campus. There will be an open forum Wed the 22nd from 3-6pm in Steeper Bellorthe Formal Lounge. The exact location will be in your mailboxes. Coaches, administration and faculty from other schools will be there. Hopefully, other SUNY schools will be there like Oneonta and Binghamton. All sidesofthe story, positive and negative, should be presented. Keep your halls involved and knowledgeable about this Hopefully,wewill get students from the involvement fair into the program. We need to addRyanBaker as Asst. to the Vice President to the listofappointments. Vote in Full: 15YONOAThere will be an election next week for the Student Committee seats. There are 4 seats and 4 alternate seats. I would like toclarifyResolution #4 that was added to the agenda.It'spurpose istomake sure that school merchandise is not made in sweat shops. We will be playing a partinhelping this cause. This resolution will enable us to make a complaint with vendorifthe report comes back

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.-. 3132 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 '0 404142 43 44 45 '", 46 47 48 495051 '-.. 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 606162 63 64 65 66 67 68 697071 ,""'" 72 73 74 75 bad. We must fmd out the locations. There had been no lawsuits against other schools asofyet. The College Store has concerns that their business might be affected, because Kraftees and other will be able to use vendors that use sweatshops. Vice-President's Report There is a memo in everyone's packet to help clarify everything. Senate Training is atllamSaturday, and lunch will be served. Sharfenberger andMarvin Henchberger will be there. There will be no senate on Tuesday this week, it will be held on Thursday.Itshould still be held in rm. 104 Lanigan. The InitiativelIncentive Bill is to create an account for senators to make up for the lossofthe SAPB benefits.Itwill get senators involved in other organizations by having them attend club dinners and sending them to leadership conferences.Onbills 6 and 7 from last week's packet, there are a few changes. In bill 6, line 22 should read "equal or greater than 10%." Line17should read "an organization which does not." Line 36 should read"a2/3 voteofthe senators present." In bill 7, Line 2 should read "has been relatively inactive and" insteadof"had produced little or no results."Online13insteadof"creation" it should read "formation." And on line 14 insteadof"reviews" it should read "participation in formation of." The tier law is in packet to refer to when it comes up tonight. Election for pro-tempofsenate. Nominations: Meirowitch: Storch Friedl: Second Jakes-Johnson: Toso Kolb: Second Cheeks: Motion to close. Jakes-Johnson: Second Toso: (speech) Storch: (speech) Paper ballot vote. Toso-8 Storch-l0 Storch is the new pro-temp. Vote for Auxiliary Services Board Rep. Nominations: Storch: Toso Buddie: Second Toso: Decline. Meriowitch: Attiglirato Buddie: Second Cheeks: Motion to close. Buddie: Second Committee Chairs Elections (overviewofeach committee from past senatorsinvolved.) Storch: Health and Safety Committee Jakes-Johnson: Long Range Planning Committee

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-76 77 78 79 80 ... 8182 83 84 85 86 -, 87 88 ..... 89 909192 93 94 95 96-97 98 99 100101102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110111112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 Toso: Procedure and Finance Committee Silvennan: College Community Relations Committee Cheeks: Elections Committee and Recruitment Committee Cheeks: I will be chairing the Constitution and Construction Committee. Nominations for the College Community Relations Committee: Toso: Jakes-Johnson Buddie: Second Meirowitch: Motion to close. Storch: Second Nominations for the Long Range Planning Committee: Jakes-Johnson: Delacruz Toso: Second Buddie: Nomination to close. Ruppert: Second Nominations for the Health and Safety Committee: Jakes-Johnson: Storch Buddie: Second Meirowitch: Motion to close. Buddie: Second Nominations for the Elections Committee: Toso: Ruppert Buddie: Second Storch: Meirowitch Attigliato: Second Meirowitch: Motion to close. Buddie: Second Meirowitch: (speech) Ruppert: (speech) Paper ballot vote. Meirowitch-13 Ruppert-5 Meirowitch is Elections committee chair. Nominations for the Recruitment Committee: Jakes-Johnson: Buddie Kolb: Second Toso: Motion to close. Jakes-Johnson: Second Nominations for the Procedure and Finance Committee: Buddie: Toso Jakes-Johnson: Second Buddie: Motion to close. Ruppert: Second Cheeks: Saturdaywewill figure out the membersofeach committee. DirectorofFinance Report Account # 947-$17,500

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.... 121122 123 124 125 126 127 "" 128 129 130131132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140141 -142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150151152153154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 163 164 165 Account # 948-$6,500 Account # 949-$4,000 Bill 49 looks good,it'snice to see the senators get more recognition. Be ready for the appealsofthe budgets we did this weekend. Every club is doinganinventoryoftheir stuff. There will be a surprise inspection to make sure they are not double ordering. Iamlooking forward to working with Storch.NYPIRGReport The General Interest meeting will be Wednesday, the 22nd in the Formal Lounge at 7:30pm. TheNewYorkrepresentative will be there, and there will be free pizza. The sweatshop bill is great. NYPIRG is workingonthis issue too. (Talked about the horrible conditionsofsweatshops and other info.)It'sa good cause to work to improve.IXSpecial Orders This is when a bill is introduced and decided upon the day it is introduced and not a week later. Senatorscanonly speak two timesonthe same bill. Cheeks: Bill 12 Jason Selss, SA DirectorofCommunications: I createdanad campaign and designed a poster. Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Friedl, Toso. Toso: Call to question. Friedl: Second Roll Call Vote. 17YONOAGeneral Orders Bill2Buddie: Motion to waive reading. Toso: Second Storch: Good bill. Elections committee doesn't do things until Spring Usually. Toso: Agree. Buddie Motion to vote. Storch: Second Y15NOA2Bill 3 Ruppert: Motion to waive the reading. Kolb: Second Meirowitch: Motion to table to Procedure and Finance until next week. Kolb: Second Bi1l4 Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. Storch: Object To waive the reading: 6Y 4N

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_ 166 167 168 169 170171172 173174 175 176 -, 177178 '179 180181182 183 184185186 -. 187 188 189 190191192 193 194195196 197198199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 Waive reading. Toso:It'sa good idea to keep in touch with the organizations. Storch: Gives them equal footing with senate. Friedl:It'sgood to have the contacts. Jakes-Johnson: Agree with reasoning, but take a look at the bill. Line 10 that states that we will have 2 or 3 groups. My concern is with line16.It is a conflictofinterestifhall does not agree with groups bill. And #3 as an advocate for them and the hall, it is definitely a conflictofinterest. Ican'tsupport this bill. Silverman: You will be assisting the organization. You will help them Write bills and just advise them. #3 is to help them know their rights. The groupsdon'tunderstand the procedures for budgeting and stuff.It'sa big problem. Toso: Motion to amend. Line 17, advocating. Storch: Object Toso: Language change will clarify that senators will not be expected to do everything. Storch: Advocating will help them be informed. Everyone has the right to SA money. They put into it. Advocating is up to the senators.Ifsenators do it, it will be cleaner. Te1arico: Everyone's intitled to representation. Meirowitch: How will we be picking? Randomly? Cheeks: That is still to be determined. Storch: Pointoforder. There was no second, and I objected. Cheeks: Amendment dead. Jakes-Johnson: I don't like how it will be diced up and I want things those are associated with my hall. They get a listofphone numbers to get in contact with u s. We shouldn't be forced to get involved with groups. Meirowitch: I agree with Jakes-Johnson. In a perfect world all senators would be impartial, butit'snot.It'shard to be impartial as an active part. Attigliato: I wouldn't be able to represent all the groups the same. It needs to be given out some other way. Silverman: Bill is about keeping organizations informed, not being a group member. You will just be a familiar face to talk to. This is for you. The senate will help other organizations. Senate and everything else will work better. Friedl: you can abstainifthe bill comes up. Toso: Call to question. Jakes-Johnson: Second Cheeks: Motion to vote by Roll Call. Jakes-Johnson: Second. Vote by Roll CallY6N9A1Bill 5 Toso: Motion to waive the reading. Jakes-Johnson: Second Storch: (sponsor) Good Idea. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question.

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.... 211212 213 214 215216 217.218 219220221222223224225 226227 228229230231 232233 234235236237238239240241242243244245246 247248 ,.. 249 250251 ,-.252 253 ". 254255Toso: SecondY15NOA2Bill Passes. Bill 6 Jakes-Johnson: Motion to waive the reading. Buddie: Second Toso: Motion to amend. In bill 6, line22should read "equal or greater thanlO%."Line17should read"anorganization which does not." Line36should read"a2/3voteofthe senators present." Jakes-Johnson: Second Jakes-Johnson: Call to question. Toso: SecondYllNOA3Kolb: Motion to table. Buddie: Second Jakes-Johnson: objectY8N4Bill will not be tabled. Buddie: Call to question. Jakes-Johnson: Second Toso: Motion to Role Call. Jakes-Johnson: SecondY12NlA3Bill passes. Bill 7 Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. Toso: Second Jakes-Johnson: Motion to Amend.Inbill 7, Line 2 should read "has been relatively inactive and" insteadof"had produced little or no results." On line13insteadof"creation" it should read "fonnation." And on line14insteadof"reviews" it should read "participation in fonnation of." Friedl: Second Storch: Call to question. Buddie: SecondY13NOA3Jakes-Johnson: Bill is a good idea.Itwill make Senate more effective. Friedl: Good bill. Buddie: Call to question. Toso: SecondY14NOA2Bill passes.NewBusiness Cheeks: (reads) Bill#8

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-"..... 256 ..... 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 '"r277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 298 299300Sponsors-Storch, Jakes-Johnson, Toso. Bill#8Jakes-Johnson: Motion to waive the reading. Toso: Second Storch: Object.Y8N6Cheeksreads bill. SponsorsMeirowitch, Buddie, Jakes-Johnson Cheeks: (reads) Bill #10 SponsorsBuddie: Motion to sponsor by body. Storch: Object. Bill dies. Jakes-Johnson: I will second it. Buddie: Motion to resubmitt. Cheeks:Weneed to vote on considering sponsorship.Y8N4A3Sponsors-Jakes-Johnson, Buddie Cheeks: (reads) Bill#11Sponsors-J akes-J ohnson Resolution#3Buddie: Motion to waive reading. Storch: Object Cheeks: (read) Resolution#3Jakes-Johnson: I have a questionofprocedure on Resolution. Cheeks: Charges community to do something, a recommendation. Jakes-Johnson: Is it non-binding? Cheeks: Yes. Storch: We did the research. We have falling numbers. We must work to get everyone involved. Cheeks: Question for Storch? Buddie:Noteveryone is going to want to get involved. Storch: These are people who are never going to care, but evenifonly few people get more involved that would be great. Buddie: Everyone has rights, especially not to vote. Storch: No one will be forcedtovote, it willjustmakeiteasier. SponsorsBuddie Buddie: I believe this bill is very good. We must get people involved. We shouldn't force people, bill should pass. Silverman: March 1st 99, shouldn't it be 2000? (line 38) We should at least try it for this yearornext. Storch: Are we doing friendly amendments?

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.301 302303304305306307 308309310 311312313314315316317 318319320321 ..1"" 322323324325 326 327328 329330331332333334335 336337338339340341 ,... 342343344 Cheeks:NoStorch: Oversight by me. Ithink:it would be great to do it this year by these dates. The committee will be able to make their own time table. Toso: Calltoamend. Cheeks: SecondY 15NOCheeks: Call to question. Toso: SecondY14N OA1Reslution passes. Resolution #4 SponsorsJakes-Johnson: Motiontosponsor by the body. Toso: Second Storch: Motiontopass by general consent. Toso: Second Senators present: Cayuga: Kanisha Marsh, Valerie Ruppert. Funnelle: Gloria Toso, Joe Storch. Hart:BenJakes-Johnson, James Palermo. Off-Campus:Joe Attigliato, Amanda Friedl, Dave Meirowitch, Keith Ruiz, Fred Telarico, Dennis DeLaCruz. Onondaga: Timothy Barnhart, Dave Haahr. Riggs: Derek Buddie. Seneca: Angelica Lagraes, John Kolb. Senators absent: Off-Campus: Amy Fiers, Oslen Grant, Melodie Melvin Mike Rhome. Oneida: Nicole Knapp. Onondaga: Leeanne Kostran. Scales: Chris Wilkinson. Seneca: Emily Osterhout. Waterbury:AmyMiller. Hart:BenJakes-Johnson, James Palermo. Off-Campus: Joe Attigliato, Amanda Friedl, Dave Meirowitch, Keith Ruiz, Fred Telarico, Dennis DeLaCruz."#

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STUDENTASSOCIATION ", OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 4thMeeting23September 1999 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate Dean Scharfenberger Advisor's Addresswww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Executive Branch Explanation Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance Financial Overview VII. Senate Overview Saleem Cheeks VIII. Parliamentary Procedure Saleem Cheeks Sam Haynes IX. Ethics Sam HaynesX.Open Discussion XI. Conclusion

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STUDENTASSOCJIATJIONOSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate 35thLegislative Session 5thMeeting28September 1999AGENDAI.Call to OrderII.Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate.Mike Flaherty, Auxiliary Services Suzanne Heller, Women's Center Papa John's Representative """'" VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance Tier 2 Budget Appeals VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Special OrdersX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending 1. SLE.35.082.SLE.35.093.SLE.35.1O4.SLE.35.11XI.New Business A. New Legislation 1. SLE.35.132.SLE.35.143.SLE.35.15 XII. Public Comment and Announcements-XIII. Adjournment

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STUDENTASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 5thMeeting 28 September 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .. 1.2.3.4.5.6. 7.8.9. 10. 11.12.13. 14.15. 16.17.18. 19.20. 21.22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.30. 31.32.33.34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.40.The Meeting was called to order at 6pm with21 present and 5 absent. Cheeks: Approvalofagenda. Toso: Second GuestsofSenate Mike Flaherty, Auxilary Services hadTomRyan show the senate a presentationofthe new safety beepers. Suzanne Heller, Women's Center talked about the Take Back the Night MarchonTuesday, October12th At 6pm there will be poster making infrontofthe Women's Center and at 8pm there will be an open mic in Timepieces.TheWomen's Center number is x2967. Doug, Spoylar, Papa John's representative informed the senate that his company wants to get involved in-groups on campus. They are willing to donate money/product for events. Just call the store managerorthe company rep. President's Report Silverman discussed conferences for senate that are coming up. One is in Utica and the other is in Stony Brook.Ifany senator is interestedorjust has questions, talk to Silverman. His asst. is workingonhaving leadership conferences for leadersofcampus groups through the LEAD Center. He is looking for students for committees, (esp. the Campus Concept Committee), preferably not seniors. The volunteers do not have to be senators. Toso: Motion to recess. Attigliato: Second Cheeks: 10 minutes. Reajourned at 6:55pm. VicePresident's Report Cheeks: Amend bill#9add Jason Selss, DirectorofCommunications to submittedby.Nominations and Elections for Faculty Assembly Committee Storch: Nominate Fred Vigeant Attigliato: Second Meirowitch: Barnhart Storch: Second Barnhart: Dave Haahr Meirowitch: Second Storch: Withdrew nominationofFred Vigent. Haahr:TomHanford as chair. Storch: Second

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'. 41. Attigliato: Nominate Jason Selss. 42. Storch: Second 43. Toso: Motion to close nominations. 44. Meirowitch: Second 45. (Everyone gets postions, no competition.) 46. Nominations and Elections for Alternates 47. Storch: Fred Vigeant 48. Miller: Second 49. Meirowitch: Silverman 50. Attiglimo:Second 51. Ruppert: Motion to close nominations. 52. Toso: Second 53. 54. DirectorofFinance Report 55. Account 947-$17,180 56. Account 948-$65,000 57. Account 949-$4,000_ 58. 59. Appeals Tier 2 60. Ski Club-asking for $750, additional $350. 61. Story tellers5 main events for this year, asking foranadditional $548. 62. Jui-Jitsu-wantsanextra $250. 63. COPEasking for as muchaspossible. 64. Vote on appeals next week. 65. 66. NYPIRG Report 67. She talked about committee meeting times and a conference at Syracuse University. 68. Applications for legislative internships are available. 69. 70. Committee Reports 71. College Community Relations-nothingtoreport. 72. Elections-nothing to report. 73. Health and Safety-meet with Storch after the meeting. 74. Policy Planning Committee-needs a chairman, write a letter and give it to Cheeksif75. interested. 76. Procedure and Financewent over bills. 77. Bill #3refunds should be allowed to be fair and the financial impact is very small. 78. Bill#9-Senate incentive bill shouldbevoted down. There are better ways to get 79. People tobesenators.Itis not an appropriate use for the contingency budget. 80. Bill #10amendments to bill. 81. -The people running together would get the same amountaspeople running alone. 82. 83. Old Business 84. Bill #8 reading. 85. Sponsors 86. Storch:Itcan only do well for the campus. 87. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question. 88. Toso: Second. 89. Roll Call Vote 90.16Y1N2A91. Bill passes. 92. Bill#993. Sponsors 94. Meirowitch: This might notbethe right way to doit.Senators must come up with



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95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100.101. 102. 103. 104. 105.106.107. 108. 109.110. 111.112.113.114. 115. 116.117.118. 119.120. 121. 122.123.124.125.126. 127. 128.129.130. 131. 132.133.134.135.136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144.145. 146.147. 148.Ideas. Jakes-Johnson: It's a good bill. It's a start anditwill encourage senators who don't have the monetary funds. Toso: Should be voted down. Roll Call Vote2Y9N8ABill fails. Bill #10 Sponsors Jakes-Johnson: Likes itasit stands and it will ensure a fair election. Toso: Motion to amend bill. Ruppert: Second. Amendmentasfollows: (Be it further enacted that PartxmSec. B be given a new sub heading, Titled12.any candidate declaring to run individually, who is receiving additional funds based on their running status, shall notbeallowed to use any partoftheir funds to finance and or advertise for any other candidate.) Storch: read from constitution about freedomofexpression. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question amendment. Toso: Second Storch: Motion to Roll Call Vote. Meirowitch: Second.8Y5N6AStorch: Motion to recess. Meirowitch: Second Jakes-Johnson: Objection. Vote7NlOYMeirowitch: Fairness is writtenalloverbill. It should not limit people running together by funds. Silverman: Unfair to have people group together to get less money. Let the elections committee spend some time on it. Attigliato: Motion to table to elections committee. Meirowitch: Second17YON(Tabled till next week.) Bill#11Sponsors Jakes-Johnson: Great bill. I feel we should pass it. Sponsor List. Attigliato: It's hard enough to get off-campus representatives. Toso: Call to question. Jakes-Johnson: Second Storch: Pointofinformation, how exactly willitwork? Cheeks: It's already in existence,justadding a rep. from Senate. Meirowitch: Whatisthe OCA ex. board? Cheeks: Off-Campus senators Silverman: Call to speak. Cheeks: Already called to question. Meirowitch: Objection, call to question.IlN6YStill open to floor. Silverman: I feel uncomfortable to leave this to an executive board. Supreme Court Justice Salvadore: There was an ex. board when I was a senator. Jakes-Johnson:Call to question.

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..l""I 149. Ruppert: Second 150.3Y13N3A151. Bill Fails. 152. 153.NewBusiness 154.Bill#13 155. (speakers from SAVAC) 156. Sponsors: Toso, Jakes-Johnson, Storch 157. Meirowitch: Motion to referral to Health and Safety 158. Jakes-Johnson: Motion to refer to Procedure and Finance 159.Bill#14 160. Jakes-Johnson: I don't think it's a wasteoftime. There is a lackofinformation out 161. there. 162. Storch: Pointofquestion. Wouldn't this be better as a resolution? 163. Friedl: Pointofclarification. This wouldn'tbemandatory procedure as a resolution. 164. Sponsors: Friedl, Toso, Miller, Kolb 165. Jakes-Johnson: Refer to College Community Relations Committee. 166.Bill#15 167. Kostran: Motion to waive reading. 168. Jakes-Johnson: Second 169. Kostran: Motion to Sponsor by body. 170. Miller: Second 171. Jakes-Johnson: Motion to refer to Procedure and Finance. 172. Jakes-Johnson: Motion to adjourn. 173. Toso: Second Respectfully submitted by: Lauren Johnson

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STUDENTASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 7 th Meeting12October 1999I.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410V. Guestsofthe Senate Rich Hughes, DirectorofCampus Life Jerry Desantis, Interim Vice President for Administration and Finance Joe Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator Deborah Stanley, PresidentOswego State University VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Special OrdersX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending1.SLE.35.13 2. SLE.35.16XI.New Business A. New Legislation1.RES.35.05 XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Adjournment 7:00 p.m .

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION'OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Oswego,NY 13126 35LegislativeSession 7thMeeting 12 October 1999www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .1.2. 3.4.5.6.7.8. 9.10.11.12.13. 14.15. 16.17.18. 19. 20.21.22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.30. 31.32. 33. 34. 35.36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.42. 43.44.45.Themeeting was called to order at 5:35pm with22Senators present and 9 absent. Cheeks:.' ApprovalofMinutes Kelly: Objection,Myname is spelled Kelly, not Kely. Rowlands: Objection.Mynamehasan's'at the end. Jakes-Johnson: Second Cheeks: ApprovalofAgenda Toso:SecondGuestsofSenate Rich Hughes, DirectorofCampus Life, expressed his desire to have agoodrelationship between Campus Life and the Senate for a collaborative and cooperative year. Jerry Desantis, Interim Vice President for AdministrationandFinance, talked about the renovationsofthe facilitiesoncampuswith theCampusCapital Plan.Throughthe useofapowerpoint presentation, he discussed the plans for the 5yr. Appropriation loanandthe additional$20million that the college was given.Therenovationofthe campus center and possible relocation was discussed.Theidea is to create a campus center connected to an interdisciplinary spine. Joe Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator, discussed Resolution 5 andhowit willawardsafety beepers with prizes from PIP points through ResidenceLifeandHousing.Healso discussed the importanceofthe Bill #16. A representative from Lee Hall, also spokeonthe importanceofthe money for safetyandprograms inLeeHall.DeborahStanley, PresidentOswegoState University, thanked the senate forInvitingherand introduced Joe Grant, Vice PresidentofStudent Affairs. She talked about the strategic planning that is goingonaround campus andThatthe administration needs student support.Heroffice is alwaysopento Students with concerns. President'sReportHe talked about the Referendum hand-out,andhowthe Referendum canhappenthisyearornext year. A couple senate committees should take a look at this.Thedecision needs tobemade within the next month.Healso wentoverquestionsandconcerns that have arisen from the Letter from the Editorinthe Oswegonian.Hetalked about the historyofSAPB, andhowthings haveworkedinthe last few years with the it.ThedirectorofSAPBisChrisSmith.Hestated thathedoesnotoccupy both seats. Chris hasbeenin attendanceofthe meetings and hasbeeninstrumental.Inanticipationofthe future, Chris wasputonthe executiveorderas director. SAPB's constitution has been submitted for review by the Judicial Branch about aweekago. Hopefully they willbebringing the bill to Senate in the nexttwoweeks. Davis:Whoissued the order for refunds? Silverman: I did. Davis: As Director? Silverman:No,Chris Smithwasnotin the building.

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" 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.5l.52.53.54.55.56. 57. 58. 59. 60.6l.62.63.64.65.66.67. 68. 69. 70.7l.72.73.74.75.76.77.78. 79. 80.81.82.83.84. 85. 86. 87.88.89. 90.91.92.93.94. 95. 96. 97. 98.99.Silverman: No questions from the press at this time, there will be a press Conference after Executive meetings at 7pm every Sunday. Davis: Aren't you both Director and President? Silverman: UnderSAExecutive branch, Chris Smith is the DirectorofSAPB. Vice President's Report All senators must submit their requests for the committees that they want to be on. A listofwhat senators are in which committees needs to be submitted. DirectorofFinance Report Account #947-$17,180 Account #948-$6,500 Account #949$4,000 The auditors will be here 2 weeks from tonight, so think about questions. NYPIRG Report The new newsletterisout; you can pick one up in the office. Lakeshore clean-up Was today. There was about 20 students there participating. Thereisa NYPIRG Conference next weekend at Syracuse University. I encourage you all to go.Ifyou have any question, talk to me. There is also a toy survey this weekend at Walmart. The voter registration drive registered 719 peopleonthis campus. I apologize for not being here to report the last meeting. Committee Reports College Community Relations CommitteeWe will have a meeting this week, I'll be in contact with you. Policy Planning CommitteeNothing to report. Health and Safety CommitteeWe are working on StoplWarning Signs on campus: Recruitment CommitteeNothing to report. Election CommitteeThis Thursday there is a mayoral debate for the candidates. Procedure and Finance CommitteeWe should pass the bill for intermurals. We Recommend IRSA to look for more Work-Study people for next semester. Old Business Bill#13Sponsors: Toso: They've been looking at computer prices, and we've found better quotes. Rep. FromSAV AC: There were problems and shortfalls with the other options Presented. Gateway is our first choice. Jakes-Johnson: SA V AC knows what is best for their needs. Vote yes. Storch-I am concerned with how much they need it and how soon. SAVAC will come and give a report to senate periodically from now on. Fragola: What account number is this coming from?Itshould be from 948. Jakes-Johnson: Motion to amend. Line 28, from account number 948. Toso: Second Miller: Call to question. Jakes-Johnson: Second 21Y INlABill passes. Bill #16 Miller: Motion to waive the reading. Jakes-Johnson: Second Sponsors:

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... II -100. Rowlands: Good programsareoffered, it should be passed. 101. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question.102.Toso:Second 103. 23YONOA104. Bill passes. 105. New Business106.107. Resolution#5108. Cheeks: Sponsors109.Meirowitch: Motion to sponsorbythe body. 110. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question. 111. Miller: Second112.23YONOA113. Resolution passes. 114. Jakes-Johnson: Motiontoadjourn. 115. Miller: Second116.117.Senatorsinattendance: Off-Campus: Michael Antonucci,JoeAttigliato, 118. Eppie Davis, Amy Fires, Amanda Friedl, Ryan Kemp, Dave Meirowitch, Melodie 119. Melvin,RayMirza, Keith Ruiz 120. Onondaga: Tim Barnhart, Dave Haahr121.Riggs: Prozy Rowlands122.Johnson: Nicole Ferguson 123. Hart: Ben Jakes-Johnson, Proxy Coleman 124. Oneida: Mary Kelly 125. Seneca:RayMiranda, Angelica Lagares126.Scales: Scott Lukowski 127. Cayuga: Valerie Ruppert 128. Waterbury: Amy Miller129.Funnelle: Joe Storch, Gloria Toso130.Senators absent: Off-Campus: Laura Beth Daly, Lawrence Provost, 131. Mark Shermerhorn, David Seabast132.Oneida: Nicole Knapp 133. Seneca: John Kolb 134. Onondaga: Leeanne Kostran135.Cayuga: Kanisha Marsh

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON'" OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session 8 th Meeting19October 1999www.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate VI. Executive Report Matt Silvennan, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII.NYPIRGReport VIII. Committee ReportsIX.Special Orders I.SLE.35.19 Joint Diversity Funds for Midnight Trinity Techno Ball 2.SLE.35.21 Joint Diversity Funds for Sport ActivityX.General Orders A. Legislation PendingXI.New Business A. New Legislation1.SLE.35.17 Funds forWomen'sRugby2.SLE.35.18 Funds for Community Services' Computer3.SLE.35.20 InventoryofStudent Association AssetsXII.Public Comment and AnnouncementsXIII.Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 8thMeeting 19 October 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-1.2. 3.4.5.6.7.8.9. 10.11. 12.13.14.15.16. 17. 18. 19.20. 21.22. 23. 24. 25. 26.27.28. 29. 30.31.32. 33. 34. 35. 36.37.38. The meeting was called to order at 6:05pm with18senators present and 14 absent. Cheeks: ApprovalofMinutes Jakes-Johnson: Second Cheeks: ApprovalofAgenda Storch: Objection. Motion to resend Bill#13to Procedure and Finance Committee. Jakes-Johnson: Objection to resendingofBill#13.Cheeks: (Explanationofresending bill to Procedure and Finance.) Toso: Second Voteonobjection to resending 1Y 17N Storch: Senator Toso found same computer at lower price,andit'sa concrete quote. Jakes-Johnson: The reasonI'mnot in favorofresending this is becauseSAVACknows what they need.Ifweresearch the costofthis,wemust research allclubrequests. Toso: It would be irresponsible for the Senate to spend more than need be. Lukowski:Theydidn'thave a lotofresearch to represent to Senatewhenasked. Meirowitch:It'sourjobto get the cheapest, but best product possible for SAVAC. Kolb: Motion to resend. Toso: Second 17YINOAMotion to resend passed and Bill#13to be tabledtoProcedure and Finance Committee. Cheeks: ApprovalofAgenda. Toso:SecondPresident's Report All the bills that have been put in for tonight look good. The DirectorofDiversity willspeakonBills 19 &21.The DiversityAccount'sname will bechangedto the Joint Association Programming Account. (He talked about the basicsofthe bills and how they fit into the Diversity Account.) The Diversity Director talked about how the purposeofthe account is to get organizations toworktogether. The reason for the name change was to make the account sound more open. PleaseamendBill#19to include Pagan Student Assoc.Andthe Rainbow

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39.40.41.42. 43.44.45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.51.52. 53.54.55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.61.62. 63. 64. 65.66.67. 68. 69. 70.71.72. 73. 74. 75.76.77. 78. 79. 80.81.82. 83.84.85. 86. 87.88.89. 90.91.92. Alliance. He also gave some advice on voting on bills:Don'tjust fail or pass bill when all the information is not there. Bills can be tabled. (He discussed feelings on how SAVAC bill was handled.) Bill#21also needs ALANA amended to ASA. Vice-President's Report (He talked about the Special Orders bills.)Inthe future, more time will be needed for bills dealing with so much money. DirectorofFinance Report The draftofaudit report given out. Account #947-$11,749 Account #948-$6,500 Account #949-$4,000 NYPIRG Report NYPIRG Representative, the project leader for NYPIRG's sweatshop campaign, reported that there will be a call in day to NlKE. There will alsobea trick or treat for the hunger and homeless. The NYPIRG conference is in Syracuse this weekend. Committee Reports Nominations are needed for Faculty Assembly. Meirowitch: Nominate Senator Buddy Jakes-Johnson: Motion to close nominations. Toso: Second College Community Relations Committee-There will be a meeting Thursday, October21at 3pm in Hewitt Union. Policy Planning Committee-Meeting with members after meeting. Health and Safety CommitteeThere wasaninformal meeting before meeting. Captain Adam needs someone for her committee. Everyone should participate in VEGA's safe trick-or-treat. Recruitment Committee-Nothing to Report. Elections Committee-The debate went well and there is going to be another debate tomorrow night. Procedure and Finance CommitteeThere will be a meeting this week, after meeting we will figure out a time. Cheeks:I'llgive out a listofSenators that still need committees. Remember to tum in committee reports. Special Orders Storytellers' representative went through event and their group's goals. Fundraising will be through a feeof$3 at the door and money will be made from food and beverages. Fragola: In the Bill it should be stated what the break-up will be for the revenue between the groups. Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Storch, Rowlands, Toso. Jakes-Johnson: Great bill.I'mfamiliar with the organizations, and they're very responsible. I urge you to pass this bill. Storch: I talked with the representatives. It's nice that they're getting together and doing this. Rowlands: This is the reason the account was made(all three groups getting together.)

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93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. Toso:It'sgreat to see them getting together. Storch: Motion to amend bill in the following way: Whereas, the Pagan Student Association, Rainbow Alliance and Story Tellers would like to promote unity between organizations and the Joint Diversity At the end, after the breakdownofthe funds: Be it further enacted that the revenueofthis event gets distributed and returned to the student organizations. Amendment passes. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question. Toso: Second Bill #21 Diversity Director spoke about bill. Also, A representative from LSU spoke on Bill. The questions about the bill were discussed and issues about the money, open or closed admission, and howit'sgoing to work. Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Storch Jakes-Johnson: Great bill, just like previous one.Itwill be bringing groups together. Storch:It'sa great first step on getting people involved, and urges them to get the whole campus involved. Toso: Motion to table bill for one week. Great bill, but can be reworded so itisn'tlimited to fifty people and specific groups. Cheeks: Limitation on PO time that's whyit'sa Special Order. Miranda: Agree with Toso,it'sa lotofmoney. Meirowitch: For fifty people, $2,000 is a lotofmoney. Rowlands:It'sonly fifty people, and that is half the account, which is unfair. LSU Representative: Pointofinformation. Is there a committee that organizations that can work with groups on bills? Cheeks: Any senators can help. The Procedure and Finance Committee usually handles these bills. Toso: The Procedure and Finance Committee will be getting a meeting time together. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question. Toso: Objection. Provost and Friedl: Second to Motion to Table. Cheeks: Seconds need to be right afterwards. Rowlands: Motion to table to Procedure and Finance for one week. Toso: Second9Y7NThe bill will be tabled. Storch: Motion to recess for 5 minutes. Meirowitch: Second Motion to recess passes. 7:05pm Readjourn-7:10pm New Business Bill17Friedl: Spoke as Women's Rugby Representative. Kolb: How much are they worth? Friedl: $37 each. Toso: How many? Friedl:17Storch: Used y ear after year? Friedl: Yes Provost: Fundraising?

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,. -147. Friedl: Yes148.Sponsors: Attigligliatto,Jakes-Johnson, Toso, Provost, Storch149.Bill18150. Representative from Community Services, April Stokes, General Director spoke 151. on bill. 152. Sponsors: Storch, Rowlands, Toso, Ruppert, Provost.153.Bill 20154.Jakes-Johnson: The reason I submitted it was because I thought it was a really 155. good idea. We need to keep trackofwhat we're purchasing. 156. Toso: What does Brian think about this? 157. Fragola:Itisalready in our trustee policy. I don't knowifwe can have a bill. 158. Jakes-Johnson: Point of clarification. This will make the inspections required. 159. Sponsors: Lagares, Toso, Friedl, Provost. 160. Attigliato: MotiontoAdjourn 161. Rowlands: Second 162. 163. Senators in Attendance: Joe Attigliato, Proxy John Rowlands, Nicole Ferguson,164.Amy Fires, Amanda Friedl, Ben Jakes-Johnson, Mary Kelly, John Kolb, Angelica 165. Lagares, Scott Lukowski, Dave Meirowitch, Ray Miranda, Proxy Colman, 166. Lawrence Provost, Keith Ruiz, Valerie Ruppert, Joe Storch, Gloria Toso. 167. 168. Senators Absent: Michael Antonucci, Timothy Barnhart, Laura Beth Daly, Eppie 169. Davis, Dave Haahr, Ryan Kemp, Nicole Knapp, Leeanne Kostran, Kanisha 170. Marsh, Melodie Melvin, Amy Miller, Jahid Mirza, Mark Schermerhorn, David171.Seabast.

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON'--OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate35th Legislative Session 9 th Meeting 26 October 1999AGENDAI.Call to Order II. Roll CallIII.ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate Joe Storch, Funnelle Hall Christian Klossner, NYPIRG Regional Coordinator Maria Lambert, SASU '1__ Women's Rugby Representative TomRyan, University Police VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance -Auditors' Report VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee ReportsIX.Special OrdersX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending1.SLE.35.17 Funds forWomen'sRugby 2. SLE.35.18 Funds for Community Services' Computer3.SLE.35.20 InventoryofStudent Association Assets 4. SLE.35.21 Joint Diversity Funds for Sport Activity (off the table)XI.New Business A. New Legislation1.SLE.35.22 Funds to Sponsor Child'.2.SLE.35.23 RegulationofOrganizations' Publicity 3. SLE.35.24 SAPB to Become Tier 4 Organization4.RES.35.06 Organizations Commitment to Cooperation '" XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 9thMeeting26October 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.21.22.23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.37.38. 39. 40.41.The meeting started about 6:05 p.m. with 22 senators and 9 senators absent. Cheeks: Approvalofthe minutes. Toso: Second Cheeks: Approvalofagenda. Toso: Objection. Add Bill #13 to the agenda, (SAVAC Computer.) Provost: Take Bill #23offagenda. Jakes-Johnson: Second. Guestsofthe Senate Joe Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator, talked about the SupremeCourtcase, Southworth vs. Grebe and the impact it could have here at OSU. Christian Klossner,NYPIRGRegional Coordinator, further discussed the Southworth vs Grebe case.MariaLambert, SASU, talked about the past and futureofstudent free speechonCampusthrough the student fee, and the Southworth vs.Grebecase.Women'sRugby Representatives talked about themoneyfor new jerseys.TomRyan,ChiefofUniversity Police, talked about parking oncampusand how certain factors have been thought to cause the parking dilemma.Ifanyone wantstobeon the parking committee,justtalktoTomRyan.President'sReport (There was an appointment to theSASupreme Court,MiaHopkins.Heroffice hours willbeonFriday, 11-12pm. The appointment will be confirmed next week.) Anyone interested in being a partofthe parking committee,justtalk toTomRyanormyself. The next meeting will be 8am,November3rdin706Culkin. Bill#24was also discussed, and the packet that was attached for themovementofSAPBto an organization. Vice-President's ReportWeneed to elect four Finance Committee Members. Joe Storch is the Chair and Brian Fragola is an ex-officio member. Nominations: Ruppert: SenatorTosoJakes-Johnson: Second Toso: Senator Jakes-Johnson Attigliato: Second Ferguson: Senator Kelly Toso: Second Toso: Senator Kostran Jakes-Johnson: Second Friedl: Motion to close nominations.

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42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90.9l.92. 93. 94. 95. Toso: Second. (There will be a timeline set after the meeting.) DirectorofFinance Report Account #947$11,749 Account #948$6,500 Account # 949$3,500 AuditorsReport (Discussed audit reports.) NYPIRG Report The tombstone project is outsideofthe union in the quad. Every 53 minutes there will be a new tombstone placed. There will be a press conference. The Trick-or Treat for Hunger will be meeting at 6pm on Saturday in the union. Everyone is urged to get out and vote on Tuesday, Election Day. There are internships still available. Committee Reports College Community RelationsThere will be a meeting next week. Elections-NYPIRG and the Elections Committee tried to get a mayoral debate on campus, but it didn't work out. Health and SafetyNothing to report. Policy Planning-The chair needs to talk to the members. Procedure and FinanceThere were packets distributed on computer prices. The committee feels that Bill #13 should be amended to lower the cash amount to $1,500. Bill #21, LSA, CSA, and ASA sports activity willnot be working out. The eventcan'tbe put on becauseofthe poor planning. Bill # 17, Women's Rugby should get the money.It'sreally needed. Bill #18, Community Services, should get the computer.It'sa good price. Bill #20 turns out to be redundant. Recruitmentnothingtoreport. Committee reports are due the Friday after your meeting. Old Business Bill #13 Toso: Motion to amend. Line #27 change $2,003 to $1,5000...(outofaccount #948)..per the attached quote from Gateway. Toso: Call to question Ruppert: Second18Y2NToso: Great idea to create a data baseofcalls that have gone on and may go on in the future. Jakes-Johnson: The ideaofa computer is good.I'mdisappointedwith the amendment. Storch: Call to question. Toso: Second2lYONOABill passes Bill #17 Attigliato: Rugby is a really greatactivity on this campus.We'veseen the conditionofthe jerseys, and it brings down schools outlook. They really need them. Jakes-Johnson:Don'twant an organization on the feel looking like they are in rags. Toso: Motion to amend. Account # 947 to 948. Jakes-Johnson: Second

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-96.21YONOA97. Amendment passes 98. Toso: Agree with what my fellow senators have said. They really need these 99. jerseys. 100. Provost: They need these andit'sa matterofpride. 101. Storch: Agree with the people who spoke before me. 102. Ruppert: Call to question. .. 103 Melvin: Second 104.19YON2A105. Bill passes -. 106. Bill #18 107. Storch: Good organization, trying to become a great organization. They really 108. need a new computer.It'simportant for us to support them whenwesupport 109. others. 110. Rowlands: Agree with what was said. 111. Toso: People really need computersnowadays.I urge you to pass this bill. 112. Ruppert: Agree with everyone. 113. Provost: Agree with everyone. 114. Jakes-Johnson: Pointofclarification. What will theybeusing it for? 115. Ruppert & Stokes: For the creatingofthe newsletter, Special Olympics, and Big 116. BrotherlBig Sister. 117. Jakes-Johnson: People in my hall had a questionifthey really needed a computer 118. to do word processing. 119. Toso: Call to question 120. Kolb: Second 121. 14Y 2N SA 122. Bill passes. 123. Bill#20124. Toso: It turns out that the bill is redundant, but sometimesit'sgood to have this 125.onourownrecords. 126. Friedl: She basically said it.0127. Provost: Nothing wrong with passing the bill. 128. Silverman: I support the bill, but in the future, I hope that the Executive board and 129. the Senate can work on bills like this together. 130. Rowlands:Myconstigents are disgusted with Senate becauseofthese bills. 131. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question 132. Friedl: Second 133. lOYONllA134. Bill passes 135. Bill #21136. Haahr: Motion to waive the reading. 137. Friedl: Second 138. Jakes-Johnson: Yield. 139. Toso: Call to question. 140. Friedl: Second 141.OY17N4A142. Bill fails. 143. 144.NewBusiness 145. Bill #22 .. 146. Ruppert: Motion to waive reading 147. Storch: Second 148. Toso: Objection 149.llY6N

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-150.Provost: (spoke about program.) 151. Barnhart: Motion to be sponsoredbythe body and Procedure and Finance. 152. Storch: Second 153. Bill #24 154. Ruppert: Motion to waive the reading. 155. Storch: Second 156. Barnhart: Objection 157. Motion passed158.Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Ruppert, Toso, and Procedure and Finance Comm. 159. Resolution #6 160. Provost: Speaks for itself but will be controversial. Notallgroups will161.participate, but groups that will think it's a good idea. 162. Toso: Motion to sponsorbythe body.163.Rowlands: Second 164. Toso: Think it's a great idea. 165. Storch: I urge thatifthis goes on, the campus media groups cover this and166.mention ittogetasmany peopleaspossible involved. 167. Toso: Calltoquestion. 168.21YONOA169.Rowlands: Motiontoadjourn. 170. Attigliato: Second171.172. Senators in attendance: Micheal Antonucci, Joe Attigliato, Timothy Barnhart, 173. Proxy Rowlands, Nicole Ferguson, Amy Fires, Amanda Friedl, Dave Haahr, Ben174.Jakes-Johnson, Mary Kelly, Ryan Kemp, John Kolb, Leeanne Kostran, Scott 175. Lukowski, Dave Meirowitch, Melodie Melvin, Jahid Mirza, Proxy Colman, 176. Lawrence Provost, Valerie Ruppert, Joe Storch, Gloria Toso. 177. Senators absent: Laura Beth Daly, Eppie Davis, Angelica Lagares, Kanisha 178. Marsh, Amy Miller, Ray Miranda, Keith Ruiz, Mark Schermerhorn, Davis179.Seabast. 180. 181. Respectfully Submitted by: Lauren Johnson

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON -OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session10th Meeting 2 November 1999www.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .. I.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII. Committee Reports VIII. Special Orders1.SLE.35.20 InventoryofStudent Association Assets [Vetoed]2.SLE.35.27 Deadline Extension for S.A. Clubs and Organizations IX. General Orders A. Legislation Pending1.SLE.35.22 Funds to Sponsor Child 2. SLE.35.24 SAPB to Become Tier 4 Organization3.RES.35.06 Organizations Commitment to CooperationX.New Business A. New Legislation1.SLE.35.25 Senate Committee Chairs to be Elected 2. SLE.35.26 Funds for NAHA 3. RES.35.07 Environmental Awareness XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 1 CY" Meeting 2November1999www.oswego.cdul-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-1.2. 3.4.5.6. 7.8.9.10. 11. 12.13.14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.31.32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37.38.Themeeting started at 6:03pm with 23 senators present and 8 absent. Cheeks: Approvalofminutes. Storch: Objection. Ididn'tsecondonline 147 and 155. (Noted thatonline76it should read $1,500.) Cheeks: Approvalofagenda. Attigliato: Objection. Resolution 35.06 should notbeonthe agenda. Cheeks: Objection.AddMichelle Gulley, NYPIRG,PatO'Rourke,Men'sRugby, andSenatorMiller and Senator Jakes-Johnson to Guestsofthe Senate. Guestsofthe Senate Michelle Gulley, NYPIRG, talked about writing letters to the governor about a Mid-semester tuition hike.PatO'Rourke,Men'sRugby, presented a bill that asked for two things: lodging and transportation for a trip to Vermont for a rugby tournament.Wedidn'tneedthismoneybefore, and that iswhyit'snot inourbudget.We'vecomea reallylongway, and this is a big accomplishment fortheMen'sRugby team.Thetournamentwasfurther discussed. (Open discussion about what canbedonewith the bill.) Storch: Motion for two-minute recess. Readjourn at 6:45pm Cheeks: It is recommendedbySharfenberger andmyselfthat the billbevotedonnextweekunder Special Orders. Storch: I suggest thatwecreate a resolution to the amountofmoney thatcanbeallotted for something like this. Haahr: Motion toAddtoAgendaunderNewBusiness. Provost&Ruiz: Objection. Jakes-Johnson&Buddie: Second5Y15NMotionfails. Antonucci: Motion to add to Special Orders Ruiz: Second Miller: Objection15Y7NObjection fails. Jakes-Johnson:I'mupset thatwewilldothis without talking toourconstituents. Ruiz:Weare senators who have the responsibility to actwhenit is needed. Lukowski:Weneedto helpthemout. Attigliato: On-Campus senators have to listen to their halls,buthowmanypeople

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39. 40. 41. 42. 43.44.45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63.64.65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80.8!.82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. reallygoto hall council. You should make this decision for them. Haahr: People want to know what's going on. Even Off-Campus senators should talk to people. Toso:Mybiggest concern is that it is going to be voted on, and maybe passed with out anyone taking a good lookatit. Buddie: Motion to Call to Question. Toso: Second Storch: Motion for Roll Call Vote. Jakes-Johnson: Second.16Y7NBill added to Special Orders for tonight's meeting(Nov. 2,1999) Senator Jakes-Johnson and Senator Miller expressed their concern with the Senate's actions lately. They felt thatifyou single out one group, you have to single out every group. Specifically, they were upset with how the SAVAC bill was treated. President's ReportThenomination for JusticeMiaHoagens was voted on.18YON3AThere is a request from Community Services to receive free Centro Stickers for 45ofits volunteers.Itwillbebrought back to senate next week, andI'llaskifsomeone willbeable to come and talk about it. A copyofthe Trustee policy was given out in relation to Bill #22. Senators should look over the policy. As a suggestion, the senate might want to table it and talk to someone from SUNY. Bill20was vetoed since it is already partofpolicy. Not all the senators votedonit and a lot abstained.Itis a suggestion that Senator Jakes-Johnson and a committee work together to re-write bill. The Campus Concept Committee draft statement was handed out. Senator Kelly talked about the planning going on with the renovations. They are asking for feedback on the Mission Statement draft, like what's mentioned andwhat'snot mentioned.There'sa lotofbasic principles included in draft, like things that have tobeinthe union. Bring this back to your hall councils for some feedback. Email any feedback to dking@oswego.eduor me at msilverm@oswego.edu.Iheard thattheSAPB bill will be tabled to next week, since their constitution will notbeapproved until then. There are two amendments to the bill that need tobeadded. Under the 4thWhereas 1/27/99 needs tobechanged to 1/27/97.Andat the end underBeit Further Enacted: and moveto organizational accounts created for SAPB, needs tobeadded.There'sa lotofcontroversy going on among the senate.Iagree and disagree with the speakers(Jakes-Johnson and Miller) You have to make judgement calls because youcan'tsay you'll look into everything. Vice-President's Report Bill 27 is a procedural bill. Miss-a-Meal campaigning people willbehereonthe 9thMiss-a-Meal willbeonthe 19thBill 20 needs 2/3oftheentire senate to vote yes to override the veto. (That would be21ofthe 32 senators.) DirectorofFinance Report Account 947-$11,749 Account 948$2,846 Account 949-$3,500

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\.1-93. Committee Reports 94. College Community RelationsNothing to report. 95. Elections-It's Election Day, go out and vote. 96. FinanceNov.12thallofthecharters are due. 97. Health and SafetyNothing to report. 98. Policy Planning-There was a meeting last week. 99. Procedure and FinanceBill 22, needs, funding be made by all student body and 100. the Vice-President willbein charge ofallthe paper work, addedtoit.SAPB bill 101. in addition to a couple small additions, some Matt already made, there will be 102. amendments. But we should wait until SAPB' s constitution is approved. 103. RecruitmentThe first meetingistonight, and we need some ideas onnewways 104.ofrecruiting. There will be another meeting afterwards. 105. 106. Special Orders 107. Bill 20 108. Jakes-Johnson: Motiontowaive the reading. 109. Buddie: Second. 110. Storch: Motion to end debate. 111. Buddie: Second. 112. Motion to reconsider fails. 113. 2Y13N7A 114. Bill 27 115. Buddie: Motiontowaive reading. 116. Storch: Motion to be sponsored by body. 117. Meirowitch: Second 118. Storch: Motion to pass by general consent. 119. Toso: Second 120. Bill 28 121. Attigliato: Motion to amendto$1,905.66 which will cover transportation. 122. Kostran: Objection 123. 16Y 3N124.Objection fails. 125. Toso: Second126.Attigliato: Spoke with O'Rourke and the players will pay for boarding.127.Buddie: Motion to Call to Question.128.Storch: Objection. 129. Toso: Keep discussion to amendment and not bill. 130. Storch: I worked very hard on Volleyball bill. Volleyball was responsible for part 131.ofthe costaswill Rugby. 132. Sponsors: Fires, Antonucci, Attigliato, Lukowski, Provost, Kostran, Toso, 133. Buddie. 134. Toso: Motiontocall to Question on Amendment. 135. Buddie: Second 136. Buddie: MotiontoRoll Call Vote. 137. 19YIN2A 138. Amendment passes. 139. Fires: Rugby team deserves this, they've worked really hard. 140. Antonucci: Anything that helps the school get their name out there is great. 141. They've worked really hard. 142. Attigliato: We should continuetosponsor them. 143. Lukowski: I support them.144.Kostran: Motiontoamend. $1,905.66 to $1,231.83, which would make each 145. player pays $40. 146. Toso: Objection.

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r." -147. Ruppert: Second. 148. 6YION149. Amendment fails. 150. Toso: Motiontoamend. Add in that they have three fundraiserstoraise money 151. and return the proceedstoS.A. by the endofthe Spring Semester 2000. 152. Buddie: Second 153. Storch: Motiontoamend the amendment and state that the money will be put 154. back into account 947. Instead of three fundraisers, change ittothe amount of 155. $700. 156. Buddie: Second 157. Silverman: You may have problems with that amendment. You can only suggest 158. that they have fundraisers. 159. Jakes-Johnson: Whatifthey don't do it? I think we should fail the amendment. 160. Storch:Ifthey're serious about this, they'll doit.The amendment is a good idea 161. and a strong idea. 162. Toso: Friendly amendment. 163. (Amendmentasit should read:wesuggest that the Men's Rugby team have 164. fundraisers and raise $700 to be put back into SA account 947 by the endofthe 165. Spring Semester 2000.) 166. Meirowitch: Call to question. 167. Attigliato: Second 168. Buddie: MotiontoRoll Call vote. 169. Attigliato: Second 170. 19YIN2A 171. Amendment passes. 172. Toso: It's a great opportunity for the Rugby team. 173. Buddie: Calltoquestion.174.Attigliato: Second 175. 16Y 2N 3A 176. Bill passes.177.178. General Orders 179. Bill 22 180. Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. 181. Ruppert: Second 182. Toso: Motiontoamend. Under therefore be it enactedadd:on behalfofthe 183. students at OSU. Under the be it further enactedadd:Be it further enacted that 184. the Vice-PresidentofSA actasa liaison between Children's International and the 185. students at OSU. 186. Buddie: Second. 187. Meirowitch: Motiontotable to Procedure and Finance for one week. 188. Toso: Second 189. 23YONOA 190. Motiontotable passes. 191. (Amendment still needstobe voted on next week.) 192. Bill 24 193. Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. 194. Barnhart: Objection. 195. Motion passes. 196. Jakes-Johnson: Good bill. SAPB should be moved out of executive branch. 197. Toso: Motiontotable billuntil their constitution is approved. 198. Buddie: Second 199. Motion passes. 200.

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201. New Business 202. Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. 203. Storch: Objection. 204. Jakes-Johnson: Second. 205. 5Y 8N 206. Motion fails. 207. Silverman: This bill isn't a shot at anyone. It's just that all the Committee chairs 208. should be elected. 209. Sponsors: Meirowitch, Storch, Toso, Buddie, and Elections, Community 210. Relations, and Recruitment. 211. Bill 26 212. Sponsors: Buddie, Jakes-Johnson, Attigliato, and Procedure and Finance 213. Committee. 214. Resolution 7 215. Provost: Friendly Amendment. It should be Bill 29 insteadofRes. 7.Allofthe216. Resolved should be changed to Enacted. The bill speaks for itself. NYPIRG likes 217. it. 218. Provost: It is an environmental survey. The committee willbelooking at 219. everything on-campus, safety, etc. 220. Toso: Are you goingtolimit it to one person from each organization? 221. Provost: Yes, cause there's a lotofgroups toberepresented. 222. Sponsors:Buddie, Kostran, Procedure and Finance Committee. 223. Haahr: My name is spelled wrong on Bill 29. 224. Sharfenberger: Permission to address the senate. 225. (Talked about what was going on in senate and Parliamentary Procedure.) 226. You're using objection's wrong, it should be oppositions. How the Rugby bill 227. was handled will be a president for the future. 228. Buddie: Motion to adjourn. Respectfully submitted by: Lauren Johnson

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session11th Meeting 9 November 1999www.oswego.edul studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 'I.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate Brett Stevens, Editor-In-Chief Larry Provost, OffCampus Senator VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII. Committee Reports VIII. Special OrdersIX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending1.SLE.35.22 Funds to Sponsor Child 2. SLE.35.25 Senate Committee Chairs to be Elected3.SLE.35.26 Funds for NAHA4.SLE.35.29 Environmental Awareness X. New Business A. New Legislation1.RES.35.07 RecognitionofVeteran's ServiceXI.Public Comment and AnnouncementsXII.Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session11thMeeting 9 November 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ...I.2. 3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.II.12.13.14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.3l.32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. The meeting started at 6:04pm with 23 Senators present and 7 absent. Cheeks: Approvalofthe minutes. .. Cheeks: Objection. There is a page missing, an accurate copy wIllbeIIIyour mailboxes. Cheeks: Approvalofagenda. Cheeks:Weneed to addSAV AC Representative to the GuestofSenate. Buddie: Second GuestsofSenate Brett Stevens, Editor-in-Chief, stated the mission and purposeofthe Oswegonian.Heis upset with the personal threats, slander and threats towards the newspaperasa whole. There is a concern for staff safety, and a lossofbusiness from clients. Fridays, at 3pm, he will discuss any concerns with thatweek'snewspaper.Ifyou have any questions for the section editors, you can address him and he will pass things on. Barnhart: Appeal to a debate Miller: Opposition to extending time to talking about this.Y9N85 more minutesofQuestion and Answer. Larry Provost, Off-Campus Senator, the Resolution that passed a few weeks ago about the conference is being coordinated with PEACE, COPE, and SAPB. They are looking for a speaker to come, and they want to do a workshoponstereotypes between all the groups.Hewill keep you informed andifhe'sopen to any ideas you may have. The approximate time frame is February for about two days.SAV AC Representative, Greg Debrita, talked about a bill that willbecoming up in the next couple weeks.SAVAC'sstretcher is about10years old, anddoesn'toperate correctly allofthetime. IT willbeat least $1,500 to repair, and at most it will last a year.Itwillbemore cost effective to buy a new one for $2,924.00, the MX-PRO directly through the manufacture. A representative from Stryker Medical performed a demonstration, and wentofover the differences from each stretcher. Anyone interested can check at theFDAwebsite, for statistics on either stretcher (www.FDA.org). Storch: Next Tuesday at the Health and Safety Committee they will meet at 5:30pm to discuss this matter. Hopefully, there willbea SAVAC representative there.SAVACwill alsobeat senate when the bill is being introduced. President's Report

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--41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63.64.65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80.81.82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87.88.89. 90.91.92. 93. 94.I'mlooking for a student toworkona graphic identity group, preferably a graphics artist. Anyone interested please send them toJoeGrant,ormyself.Theycanalso call X2250.TheDirectorofCommunications, Jason Selss, willbegraduatinginDecember.Sothe positionsofDirectorofCommunications, possibly the Asst. DirectorofCommunications and thePRIntern willbeopened. Anyone interested shouldcomeup to theSAoffice and fill out an application.We'relooking for someone with communication skills, writing skills, journalism skills for composing a newsletter. There is also a need for a Computer Technician for the Student Association and other organizations. They will need to deal with technical problems, and helpmakewise purchasing decisions for softwareandhardware.I'malso looking for someone for the Personal Safety Committee. Senate committee attendance needs to improve. Questions were raised with the Oswegonian. Please keep actionsona professional level. Vice-President's Report Miss-a-Meal willbevotedonnext week to decide who will get the money. The College Community Relations Committee will come back with a recommendation. A copyofthe Rugby bill wasputinto the packet for reference.The$700clause was not included, so a fresh copy willbeputinyourmailboxes.Itis very important that all senators attend theircommittee meetings. DirectorofFinance ReportAccount#947$9,843.34 Account #948$2,846 Account#949$3,500 In the recent issueofthe Oswegonian partofthe Rugby articlewasincorrect.PatO'Rourkewas in theSAoffice all day, notjust20minutes. Ididnot force SenatorProvost to help Pat. Senatorsneedto help write bills. Committee Reports College Community RelationsThere willbea meeting WednesdayorThursday for Miss-a-Meal. I will encourage the groups to come.Thetimeandday willbeonthe Senate e-mail list. ElectionsElectionofCommittee chairs is a good bill. There willbea meeting at5:30next Tuesday. Health and SafetyThere willbea meeting at 5:30pm next Tuesday.Wewill discussSAVACand the Personal Safety Beepers with Vic Hill. I encourage everyonetoattend. Policy Planning-Nothing to report. Procedure and FinanceAdopt-a-Child bill was looked at and the Trustee material.Itwas thought thatitcould fall under promoting cultural educationandawareness.Somefeelit'sanunnecessary expenditure.Thegeneral consent was that it isanacceptable expenditure under the BoardofTrustee guidelines.NAHAbill is a really good idea. It will raise awareness.The$50for advertisement is in conflictofourpolicy for not reimbursing funds already spent.Itis recommended that the$50betaken off,andvoted to givethem$590 instead.Theenvironmental bill we are allinfavor of.Theonly concern was with that it will onlybeopened to one memberofeachSAgroup. They shouldmakeit open to everyone. A senator should alsobeelected aweekafter it is presented to the president. Silverman: Can an amendmentbemade for the intentofthe bill that goes with

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95.96.97. 98.99.100. 1OI. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.13I.132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. Trustee policy? Toso: Yes, Vice-President will have to post too. Recruitment-Wehad a meeting tonight, and onlyonemembercame.We'relooking to create a web pageofthe Recruitment committee's activities. A fundraiser wasoneofthe ideas, and everyone is invited tocomeandparticipate.OnNovember 19, in the Formal Lounge, there willbea program talking aboutwhatSAis all about.We'regonna seeifwecan let PapaJohns to donate pizza. Finance Committee-Ourdeadline, Friday the 12,iscomingup. As soon as deadline passeswecanhave a meeting on the charters. I'llkeepyou posted. General Orders Bill 22 Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. Lagares: Second. Meirowitch: Always a good idea to donate for charity. It's agoodbill. Storch: Amendments are pending. Toso:Weneed a liaison. Toso:Callto question. Jakes-Johnson:Second23YONBothamendments passed. Attigliato: Pointofinformation. Where is this coming from/originoforganization? Provost: Website,TV,etc. It's a non-for profit organizationand85%goestothechild. Buddie:Thebill is good. Is it likeBigBrotherlBig Sister where you couldmeetorwrite them? Provost:Youwill receive a letter every 6 months. Toso: Motiontoamend. -Whereas, sponsoring a child will help to raise awareness and educate students about the situationsofchildrenoflesser meansinothercountries. Toso: This will cover intentions. Meirowitch: Call to questiononamendment. Buddie: Motion to pass amendmentbygeneral consent. Jakes-Johnson: Second Toso: It is a worthy cause. Senate has tobeconcerned. Attigliato: Call to question. Buddie: Second21YON2ABill passes Bill 25 Miller: Motion to waive the reading. Buddie: Second Meirowitch:Goodbill. It's important to have thatallcommittee chairs shouldbeelected in writing. Storch:Wewanttoputpowerin asmanyhands as possible. That'swhyweencourage votinginelections. Keep things outinthe open.Wedon'twantto set a precedent that counteracts this. Toso: Call to question. Cheeks:Can'tcall to questionwhenyou're a sponsor. Toso:Goodbill. Buddie: Committee chairs have a responsibility to agree with this bill. Lukowski: Call to question. Jakes-Johnson: Objection. Iwantto speak before it's voted on.

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149. Jakes-Johnson: Senator Ruppert has done a great job, and this bill effects her. 150. Provost: I will abstain since Senator Ruppert has done a great job.151.Haahr: Calltoquestion. 152. Barnhart: Motion to passbygeneral consent.153.Jakes-Johnson: Objection.154.Barnhart: Withdraw motion.155.17Y INSA156. Bill passes. 157. Bill 26 158. Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. 159. Lagares: Second. 160. Jakes-Johnson: Great bill. I supportthefull amount with the $50 for advertising. 161. Buddie: Great bill. I support itasa whole. 162. Attigliato: A bill that supports Native American heritageisgreat. It's well worth 163. it.164.Provost: I urge you to pass this bill.165.Haahr: Whatisthe $400 for performers?166.NAHA Representative: A dance group and a storytellerwhoperforms at various167.other schools and places.168.Toso: Motion to amend. Change the total to $590, taking out the $50.169.Lagares: Second 170. Toso: Publicity has already been done. Other publicity couldbeone, but they 171. won't get the money until next week.172.Kolb:Isit legal to give them moneyforpublicity?173.Toso: It's against the rulestogive money that has already been spent. 174. Storch:Wecan encourage themtodomore publicity. How about off-campus 175. publicity?176.NAHA Representative: Weareadvertisingatour home reservation and on the177.radio.178.Storch: Everybody has their own group to represent them. Thisisgreat. 179. Jakes-Johnson: Don't support the amendment. They have done publicity, but it180.could have been outoftheir own pockets.181.Buddie: Motion to pass amendment by general consent.182.Cheeks: We can't do that because there is money involved.183.Haahr: Calltoquestion on the amendment.184.6Y14N3A185.Amendment fails.186.Toso: Great event goingon.187.Attigliato: Call to question. 188. 23YONOA189. Bill passes. 190. Bill29191. Buddie: Motion to waive the reading. 192. Buddie: Good bill. It will raise awareness, and increase involvement with 193. NYPIRG. I recommend passing by general consent. 194. Kostran: Can't hurt to have Environmental Awareness on campus.195.Toso: Motiontoamend. Be it further enacted that the committee will be open to 196. anySAstudent that wishestojoin. 197. We shouldn't be abletotell someone they can't join because someone in their 198. group is already a member. 199. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question on amendment. 200. Miller: Second 201. 23YON 202. Buddie: Calltoquestion.

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203. Toso: Motiontopass by general consent. 204. Kolb and Jakes-Johnson: Second 205. 206. New Business 207. Resolution 7 208. Storch: Motiontosponsorbythe body. 209. Buddie: Calltoquestion 210. Jakes-Johnson: Second 211. Buddie: Motion to pass by general consent of the body. 212. Jakes-Johnson: Second 213. Ruiz: Motion to have a moment of silence fortheveterans. 214. Buddie: Motiontoadjourn. 215. 216. 217. Respectfully submitted by: Lauren Johnson

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35th Legislative Session12th Meeting16November 1999I.Call to Order II. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410III. ApprovalofMinutes Approve Min. from10th Meeting IV.ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate VI. Executive Report -. Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinanceVIT.Committee Reports VIII. Special Orders IX. General Orders A. Legislation PendingX.New Business A. New Legislation1.SLE.35.30Int'l.Students Mail Subsidy 2. SLE.35.31 SAVAC StretcherXI.Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment-

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON-. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 12thMeeting 16 November 1999www.oswego.edu/ studentaMinutes(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-I.2. 3.4. 5.6.7.8.9.10.II.12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.18.19. 20.2l.22.23. 24. 25. 26. 27. The meeting startedat6pmwith 20 senators present and11absent. Cheeks: Approvaloflast weeks minutes Buddie: Second Cheeks: Approvalofminutes Jakes-Johnson: Second Cheeks: ApprovalofAgenda Cheeks:AddNYPIRGafter Executive Reports Jakes-Johnson: Second President's Report This weekend theSALeadership TrainingDaywillbefrom 12:30-4:30pmonSaturday. People from Senate should go.We'realso looking for Greeks to go. There should be at least 3or4 senators present to meet the organizations. It will be in Stepper Bell Auditorium. There should be room for others who want to attend. VicePresident's Report Thanks toWTOPfor coming every week; and congrats toMattField on graduating. Tomorrow night there will be a Pride in BrotherhoodandSisterhood March.Itwillbeat7pmat the Sundial with postermaking at 6pm. Everyone is encouraged to attend. There is no meeting next week. There are only 2 meetings left for the semester. Miss-a-Meal has been pushed back until the 3rdofDecember for more planning.CCRCwill be getting back to usonthat. DirectorofFinance Report Account #947$9,053.34

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28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. li!44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63.-.64. 65. 66.-Account #948$2,846 Account #949$3,500 The auditors have charged us $3,500 more than approximated for the engagement. This is over the estimated cost. They are supposed to come to us when they do extra things, but didn't.Wemight pay the extra money, but we are going to talk to Eby. We might change auditors next year. We will continue to discuss this matter at the executive board meetings.Ifyou have any questions come to my office. NYPIRG Report There are a lotofthings going on this week, allofwhich is included in the newsletter that you all received. Committee Reports College Community Relations CommitteeThere was a meeting last week. We are going to have another committee meeting probably before the next senate meeting at 5:30pm. Storch: Pointofinformation. That will only give 3 days for whatever club that gets the Miss-aMeal. Jakes-Johnson: We want to get all the information from the clubs. Cheeks: The senate could decide that they will agree with the decisionofthe committee. Storch: That is not a good idea. Whatifthey give it to an individual, so I urge that not to happen. What if the groupjustwants us to cut them a check and send it to the Red Cross or something? Cheeks: That is why the committee needs more time. Jakes-Johnson: The CCRC just got this last week. Silverman: SA does not cut the check. Jakes-Johnson: The meeting will be Wed.It'sa good idea to wait and figure out who should get this money. Cheeks: Are there any senators that are interested in deciding what club gets the money by CCRC? Jakes-Johnson:Wecan email the minuteofthe meeting and you can voice your concerns to the Vice-president or President. Storch: Everyone will need to check their email for their vote.Itwon'tbe fair giving the money to a group on four peoples' decision. Toso: A solution to this could be that Jakes-Johnson sends out a email, and everyone can notify them about the meeting by Tuesday. Storch: There is not room for debate on an email vote. Whydon'twe move it to

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-67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72.73.74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81.82.83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91.92.93.94.95.96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. December 10. Cheeks: Then you get into finals. Dining Servicesdidn'tthink that was a good idea. Silverman:Howmany organizations? Jakes-Johnson: Five groups. Silverman:Howmany charities? Jakes-Johnson:Wedon'tknow because the organizationsdidn'tcome. Attigliato: Which groups? Storch: ODK, Sheldon Leaders,Men'sBasketball, Community Services Organization, Phi Iota Alpha Toso:This conversation is getting outofhand. There was a proposal made, either we voteorsomeone proposes something else. Silverman: Objection to proposal. This is abadprecedent to set.Mysuggestion is to vote to divide money evenly among the peopleapplying already. Jakes-Johnson: The groups are ODK,Men'sBasketball, Sheldon Leaders, Community Services Organization, Phi Iota Alpha. Silverman: Can we move to not give the money to anyofthe organi8zations that are not going to give money to a charitable organization. (AKAMen'sBasketball) Silverman: I urge the CCRC Chair to get letters from organizations on what charities they are donating to. Cheeks: Bring it next week. Health and Safety Committee-We need to find a better time for meeting next semester. Talked aboutSAV AC stretcher, the quote willbegood, so there's no rush.Itwill go through the regular process and looked over by a committee. Students are concerned thatifa student is involved in an incident concerning alcohol, they will get in trouble fromSAV AC. But they will not. You should never be afraid to callSAV AC. Kolb:Itisa little general in saying that. Jakes-Johnson: They havetocall University Police. Cheeks:WhenSA V AC comestoa building, Residence Life Staff documents the incident. At no fault toSAV AC. Storch: Yes, butit'sthe Residence Staff that must do it. Barnhart: As a RA, I have to write up incident reports.SAV AC Rep:Weare not coming into discipline, we are providing emergency calls.We'veheard that peoplehaven'tcalled SAVAC because they are going to get in trouble bySAV AC. This is false and it reflects poorly onSAV AC. Elections CommitteeNothing to report. Policy Planning CommitteeNothing to report.

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105. Recruitment ComrnitteeMeeting today was very good. On Thursday, 11/18 106. there will be coupon books on sale for free food and discounts. Before Spring 107. Break we want to have a faculty vs. senate sports game or show competition. 108. Anyone who has a professor, whothey'dliketoparticipate, gives me their name.I109.won'tbe here for the next meeting, but we will be having another booth after 110. Thanksgiving Break. 111. Procedure and Finance ComrnitteeNothing to report. 112. Finance CornrnitteeWe have to meet after the meeting to decide whenwe're113. gonna have the meeting. Hopefully, allofthe charters are in. 114. 115. New Business 116. Bill #30 117. Toru Masuoka: Question and Answer 118. Kolb: Why only half? 119. Masuoka:Itis a lot for students to pay and half is fair.Itwould be six dollars at 120. the post office. 121. Storch: Would we pay Auxiliary Services a $1.50 every time? 122. Cheeks:Itwould go into the account where Centro is miscellaneous. 123. Storch: Why couldn't we do this through check cashing? 124. Cheeks: Auxiliary Services stepped in and has it set up efficiently because they 125. already have UPS service already. 126. Storch: Wouldn't students get angry when the money runs out and the price jumps 127. to$3again? Is there a better way to do this? 128. Masuoka: (spoke on bill.) The post office has been asked to corne on campus, 129. But theydon'trealize our demand. 130. Storch: This is not somethingwe'refighting against, Auxiliary Services is 131. charging$3for profit. Whatifwe can do this? 132. Cheeks: This would be for debate and a committee will look at this. 133. Provost:Itis dangerous to have money run out. 134. Buddie: Did you do a survey? 135. Masuoka: (talked about survey results.) 136. Buddie: Whydidn'tyou circulate this more? 137. Masuoka: Reason one, Idon'thave enough time. And two, only the people who 138. would want to answer would. 139. Miller: Motion to limit time. 140. Buddie: Second 141. Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Miller, Procedure and Finance Committee 142. Bill31

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'"143. Tim from SAVAC had question and answer period. 144. Toso: Price total on quote, it says the cost amount, but what about the tax? 145. Tim and Cheeks: We are tax exempt, sowedon't pay tax. 146. Buddie: What are all the accessories?147.Tim: (Went over accessories.) 148. Buddie: The other accessories? 149. Tim: Only the ones selected are includedinthe price. 150. Miller: The accessories are needed, they're not justanoption, right? 151. Tim: (talked about the need of accessories.) 152. Miller: Do you have theseonyour old stretcher? 153. Tim: Yes, but not the break or frame quard. These will extend the durability and 154. lifeofthe product. 155. Lukowski: Why is the break an accessory? 156. Tim: You'll have to ask the manufacturer. 157. Haahr: Do you have a permanent Oxygen bottle holder? 158. Tim:Noand right now it's put wherever we can put it. It'll be safer with the 159. holder. 160. Barnhart: What are you getting that was not on last weeks? 161. Tim: I wasn't here for that demo. 162. Sponsors: Storch, Lukowski, Miller, Provost, Toso, Jakes-Johnson 163. Miller: Urge your constituentstocometothe meeting. Waterbury has been here 164. last week and this week. 165. Buddie: Motion to adjourn. 166. Friedl: Second. 167. 168. Respectfully Submitted by: Lauren Johnson

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session13th Meeting 30 November 1999 I. Call to Order II. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate Thorn Hanford, DirectorofAcedemic Affairs Ryan Bilyeu, S.A. Student Larry Provost, Off-Campus Senator VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII. Committee Reports VIII. Special OrdersIX.General OrdersA.Legislation Pending1.SLE.35.30 International Students Mail Subsidy2.SLE.35.31 SAVAC StretcherX.New Business A. New Legislation1.SLE.35.32 ApprovalofFund Transfer 2. SLE.35.33 Funds for Sovoso Workshops 3. SLE.35.34 Funds for Winterfest4.SLE.35.35 Additional Funds for SAPB Spring Concerts5.RES.35.08 Student Association SupportofStudent Activity Fees6.RES.35.09 Supportof"S.U.N.Y"XI.Public Comment and Announcements ...,-. XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASOCIATION-OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session13thMeeting 30 November 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101.2. 3.4.5.6.7.8.9. 10.11. 12.13.14. 15.16.17.18. 19. 20.21.22. 23. 24.25. 26.27. 28. 29. 30.31.32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38.39.40. Minutes The meeting startedat6pmwith 22 senators present and 3 absent. Cheeks: ApprovalofMinutes Jakes-Johnson: Second Cheeks: ApprovalofAgenda Cheeks: Add Lori Anderson to the GuestsofSenate.She'sfromUMOand willbespeakingonBill 33. Jakes-Johnson: Second GuestsofSenate Thorn Hanford updated the senate onwhat'shappeningonthe Faculty Assembly Committee.SUNYcampuses will have to uniform their General Education Requirements statewide, (BoardofTrustees.) There are four requirements that are currently not included in our program, oneofthem is a basic proficiency in foreign language. You can check out the website to update yourselves, (www.oswego.edu/-thanford). Allofthe campus course and faculty guidesdidn'tsell, sowe'regoing to give them away. There will be postings around campus to get more interest in the program. There are 1300 left. This was the first attempt at a book.Wewill have the 100%ofthe participants this year continue next year. More professors will hopefullyjoinin. There is a possibility thatwecan get themoutfor summer orientations.Ifyou are interested in sitting on the committee come see me,orvisit the site. Ryan Bilyeu,SAStudent, open chalking has been used as a forum to speak out, by groups and individuals. Iamupset with how the Rainbow Alliance has attacked the Christians. Chalkings have gotten outofhand.IfI chalked anti-gay sayings, I would get reprimanded.Itis a privilege to chalk, like postings. A solution would be to create a bill to have groups get permission to chalk, and clear all intended phrases.Iftheydon'tabide, they will not be allowed to chalk. Something needs to be done. The same group who approves postings can approve chalkings(Campus Life and Residence Life and Housing.) Lori Anderson, UMO, talked about Bill 33, which is asking for money to putonmusic workshops, such as: multi-cultural music, vocaljazztechniques, circle singing, and vocal percussion. SOVOSO is a multi-cultural, r&b,jazzmusic group corning to Oswego. (There was a video showedofSOVOSO.) They are scheduled to come here in February, anditwouldbereally great to have these four workshops. They would be open to anyOSUstudent and State Singers and College Choir.Itwill be $750 per workshop and $40 per night at the Oswego Inn.Thebudget for Artswego has already been done, and the extra funds are

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41.42. 43.44.45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.51.52. 53.54.55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.61.62. 63. 64. 65.66.67.68.69. 70.71.72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78.79.80.81.82. 83. 84. 85.86.87.88.89. 90.91.92. 93. 94. needed to put on these workshops. Senator Larry Provost, Environmental Awareness Committee, it wouldbegreat for someone to step forward and do it. Vice-President's Report We need to elect someone for the Environmental Awareness Committee. Nominations: Storch: Nicole Ferguson Jakes-Johnson: Second Storch: Larry Provost Attigliato: Second Jakes-Johnson: Motion to Close Nominations Ferguson: I willtrymy hardest and do the best that I can. Barnhart: Provost is obviously concerned with the environment. Vote: 12Provost 8Ferguson Nominations for the Policy Planning Committee Chair: Ruppert and Attigliato 11 Ruppert 10Attigiiato lCheeks President's Report There's a lotofstuff to get done this week and next week.Thesenate is going to have to make some choices wisely. A lotofmoney is going tobedecided on, around $67,000. Talk to your constituents. Resolution 9 is about a lotofSUNYschools are dealing with the namesofthe universities.It'sa conflict. Resumes' sayonething and the transcripts say something else. AsSAwesupport the useofSUNYin all circumstances. It makes the school look more unified.Thetimeline for the new student union is being figured out.Inthe Spring, there willbethe program study. Fa112003 is the anticipated opening. The next year willbethe design period and breaking ground willbetoward the summer. DirectorofFinance Account #947$9,053.34 Account #948$2,846 Account #949-$3,500 I urge you to choose wiselyonthe legislation that is coming up in the next two weeks.Ifwe go into the negative, it will come outofthe fund balance. There is aCDthat will mature to $68,000 in November and we will divideitup.Wewill also look into investing. Committee Reports College Community Relations-Miss-a-Meal, the more people that come out, the more money for the charities. Health and Safety-Wewent out and spoke with people outsideofschool that work in Ambulance Corps. They said that this stretcher is the one to get. There are fewer possibilitiesofaccidents with this stretcher and future lawsuits. Elections-Wait here after the meeting. Policy Planning-Meet after meeting. Recruitment-Wehad a coupon book fundraiser.We'regonna use the money to bring more people in with speakers and catering at Recruitment Committee events. Finance-Wehave been hunting down people whohaven'tgivenintheir charters.Wewill get these done soon. Hopefully, by the Spring Semester.Wehave to make up a packet for the Supreme Court to approve.

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.. .. -95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. General Orders Bill 30 Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson: The thought process behind it is great. The more SA can help students on this campus the better. Miller: I know there's a lotofmoney in the legislation,butthink about what your constituents would want. Storch: We met and talked about this.Itis $8 with this insteadof$30or$40 at UPS. It is not the wisest way to have the money run out.Andifwe'renot in the position to give money to Auxiliary Services. Provost: I agree with Storch. It's not fair to give the money for the few who use it. Kolb: In support for Toru, hedidn'thave a lotoftime to do this. Maybe we can lower the amount.It'san important service. Toso: Right now,it'sthe best option for students to use the $3. Idon'tsee why the SA should fund an Auxiliary Service. Idon'tlike how the money will run-out. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question. Miller: Second Bill Fails 1Y 12N lOA Bill31Storch: Said it all.It'sa good bill. Miller:Wehave a responsibility to give good medical care to students. Provost: Urgeits passage. Toso: Motion to Amend Line25the question mark to Account #908 Medical Supplies. Jakes-Johnson: Second Jakes-Johnson: Call to question Amendment passes unanimously. Toso: Pass bill. Jakes-Johnson: Great bill. Miller: Call to question Bill passes 18YON5A New Business Bill 32 Miller: Motion to waive the reading. Storch: Vote on this. Passes11Y 8N Question and Answers WTOP: We want to be allowed to change the money allotted in the three year plan to other items, and moved into the repair account. The equipment isonits last legs, and is in needofrepair. Cheeks: Line 32 there's a typo. Takeoffthe zero to makeit$3,999.Wedon'tneed the stuff already allotted.Wefound ways to use other methods. The tripods are not needed because we found lighter equipment to use the tripodswehave. Sponsors: Friedl, Attigliato, Miller, Kolb. Bi1l33 Attigliato: Remove my name from the submitted list. Sponsors: Attigliato, Barnhart Bi1l34 DirectorofHUBAC Question and Answer Storch: Last years Finance Corom. gave $4,500 dollars last year and there was no

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'. 149. appeal. 150. HUBAC: $4,500 for Winterfest $3,500 from special events. At the time, we 151. didn't think we needed it. 152. Attigliato: If you don't get the money what will you cut? 153. HUBAC: We went around and asked the students what they wanted. Thisiswhat 154. they wanted. 155. Haahr: WhatisWax Hands, and Inside/Outside Activities? 156. HUBAC: (Listed Events.) 157.Attig1iato:Where do the inside/outside activities costs come from? 158. HUBAC: There are prizes and trophies for the12competitions. 159. Friedl: For prizes have you thoughtofgetting local businesses t donate? 160. HUBAC: No. 161. Storch: That's a lotofmoney for prizes, $135 a prize. 162. HUBAC: We needtobuy the trophies, the chili, and pizza making materials for 163. those competitions. 164. Attigliato: Where will the birds of prey be? 165. HUBAC: All activities will be in or around the union. 166. Ferguson: Whatisthe SOVOSO money for? 167. HUBAC: For housing the performers. 168. Provost: How much is Winterfest? 169. HUBAC: All HUBAC activities are fee. 170. Provost: How many people participated last year? 171. Smith: Over 1,000. 172. Attigliato: How many came outtothe ball? 173. HUBAC: 100 174. Barnhart: Did the committee make the ball free? 175. HUBAC: Yes. 176. Storch: Are people really goingtobe interestedinthe ball? 177. HUBAC:Ifit's free people will stopin.The comedian will be performing. 178. Barnhart: People will be interested.I'vetalkedtopeople. 179. HUBAC: There is a meeting Thursday 11:15 rm 220 Hewitt Union. 180. Davis: A lot of people participatedinoutdoor activities. 181. Provost: Will you come back for more money for food for the ball? 182. HUBAC: It's first come first serve. 183. Barnhart: Do you think in 4 years that if the Winter ball picksup,you can charge 184. and people will come? 185. HUBAC: Yes. 186. Toso: Motion to end Question and Answer period. 187. Kolb: Whatisit payingfor(bal1)?188. HUBAC: The DJ, the food, etc. 189. Meirowitch: How much money did the ball use last year? 190. HUBAC: $900 191. Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Friedl, Barnhart, Davis, Ruppert. 192. Bi1l35 193. Chris Smith, DirectorofSAPB, Question and Answer period. 194. Itisvery importanttoget this money for concerts in the Spring. Just to give you 195. some information Lectures: John Green Amnesty International, Cinevision: Great 196. line-up, doubled the amountofpeople. Special Events: Structured toward Spring 197. activities,Concerts: 1800 people in attendance, biggest concert. 198. Spring preview: -21ectures knockout movie list -Special events, May Day 199. weekend.Itisthe Campus initiative, not just SAPBtoget everyone involved and 200. working with groups. There will be a dayoffestive activities on Sunday. 8am 201. until the concert. Free acts, some food, and we're talking to Aux. Ser. to pull the 202. food outside. There are other groups that have gotten involved: Alpha Phi Alpha,

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..203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210. 211. 212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 223. 224. 225. 226. 227. 228. 229. 230. 231. 232. 233. 234. 235. 236. 237. 238. 239. 240. 241. 242. 243. 244. 245. 246. 247. 248. 249. 250. 251. 252. 253. 254. 255. 256. CSA, Rainbow Alliance, Women's Center. There's an idea for a parade from West 151to Campus. We want to get the Mayor involved and President Stanely. In the Spring, we will have a big concert, the money will get there. There is a survey going to two classes with over 100 students on Thursday.Weare looking at theMTVmusic tour. It would bring great publicity for this campus. Why so late, Christmas break is coming up and we need to get things started. Tour will be $35,oooto $50,000. They have brought in the production costs.Wehave a budget, but the amountofthe money for the concerts is for all the concerts. NACA was a great experience. Haahr: Last line, is this partofthe reason you are asking for the money, becauseofthe refunds? Did you make a profit? Smith: (talked about cost breakdown, andit'srelation to the attendance and profit.) Haahr: Then youdon'tneed the money from the big concerts? Smith: (Cinevision) profits will offset Spring funds. Storch: How are you doing from the income line? Smith: $10,000 income linel$14,000 in accounts/$4,000 for concerts left. Fragola: Approx. $68,000 budgeted. Smith: $20,000 in income account. The purpose is to provide quality programming. Attigliato: Because wedon'thave a venue, will that deter MTV? Smith:Ifwe can produce the people, we can get them. Kolb: Any people in mind? Smith: Becauseofthe contract process, youcan'tthrow out names. (Smith said he will come to hall council meetings.) Sponsors: Friedl, Mirza, Attigliato, Storch, Barnhart, Provost, Jakes-Johnson, Davis. Resolution 8 Toso: The bill has a typo, the first partofResolution 9 is the first partofResolution8.Sponsors: Provost: Motion to be sponsored by body. Storch: Second Toso: Motion to amend line 16, OSU to SUNY Oswego. Storch: Vote to pass by general acclimation. Toso: Second Resolution 9 Cheeks: Strike out lines 1-3. Barnhart: Strike my name out. Haahr: Mine too. Sponsors: Barnhart, Haahr, Toso. Barnhart: On the constitution it states SUNY, other bills and on the senator requirements it statesOSu.Haahr: Pretty good bill. Keep everything as same name. Toso: Agree with everyone else. Provost: Motion to amend line 25 OSU-SUNY, speaks for what bill is for. Storch: Clarify it back in 1987, we were officially SUNY Oswego. Sharfenberger: (Clarified pastofschools and divisions.) Meirowitch: Getting petty here. There are tonsofresolutions this semester.It'sa name. Attigliato: I was going to say the same thing. There's reasons why these names have arisen. Silverman:I'mon a committee that is paying a consultant to figure out nameofschool.It'sour chance to take a stand on what we wantourschool to be called.

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< 257. Barnhart: It's all about school pride, andweneedtoknow what our schooltobe 258. called. 259. Davis: Agree with this. Students have had problems with who's who. Maybe 260. amendtoSUCO. 261. Sharfenberg: There's a group working on this. Take care on the timeliness of this. 262. This will preclude that committee's decision. 263. Toso: Calltoquestion 264. Resolution passes. 9YON8A 265. Attigliato: Motiontoadjourn 266. 267. 268. Respectfully submittedby:Lauren Johnson

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION ".OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session15th Meeting 25 January 2000I.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendaV.Guestsofthe Senatewww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410VI.Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee ReportsIX.Special Orders 1.SLE.35.38 All-Campus Election ScheduleX.General OrdersA.Legislation Pending1.SLE.35.36 Funds for Speaker XI. New BusinessA.New Legislation XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OS\VEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY. ""'"202 Hewitt Union Oswego,1\"1"13126 Senate 35th Legislative Session 14th Meeting 7 December 1999www.oswego.edu/-studentaMinutes(315) 341-.1601 Fax(315)341-54101.The meeting started at 6:05pm with23senators present and11absent. 2. Cheeks: Approvalofthe minutes3.Jakes-Johnson: Second 4. Cheeks: ApprovalofAgenda5.Toso: Object. Add Bill37and Bill 24 6. Cheeks: Also, Resolution 10 and Jason Selsstothe guestofthe senate.7.Ruppert: Object. Add Senator Davistothe GuestofSenate.8.Jakes-Johnson: Second9.10.GuestsofSenate 11. Provost: Thanks for electing metohead the Environmental Awareness Committee. 12.Iwill need help with this, at least oneortwo people. The Truth and Tolerance 13. Conference's first speaker couldn't come. Professorswillbe asking speakers to come. 14. Groups who support come out and help. 15. 16. Cheeks: HUBAC is important to what programming is being broughttothis campus.17.Itbrings about more student involvement, and many different people are going to18.come and have fun. Students want programming and students want to see their SA fee 19. used.Iencourage youtosupport this bill. 20. 2I.Selss: Thanks to SA for the last year and a half A lotofstuff has gone on, the 22. website is up and a new one is going to be linked also. Amber Addamswillbe the 23. DirectorofCommunications next semester. There is still an opening for an assistant 24.ofcommunications. Please dropoffresumes and cover letterstomeorAmber. 25.

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""26. Davis: I have a few issues I'd liketoaddress. The resolution that passed about school 27. pride, but what about pride in the Student Association. The clubs and organizations 28. do a lotofworkon this campus and are not getting recognized. Some may feel 29. diversity is not present, but what about the work that is going on this campus. 30. Individuals havetostart looking at the work that each person does, and not judge on a 31. personal basis. Groups need to cometogether before chalkingoractsofracism come 32. up. The groups needtosupport each other because they make up the SA. 33. Programming has no color, it brings everyone together.Ifitcomes down to color, it's 34. not fair. We needtostart working together for the students. Don't justworkfor the 35. students at election time. We needtorecognize what we're doing here at Oswego.If36. you are for the students, come and askme. I'll be theretohelp. Let's go into next year 37. and drop our differences. Let's work for the students to help them get what they want. 38. 39. President's Report 40. The notionofalternatives came up. There's a bill that came uptomaximize the 41. amountofsenate funds. It's the only option the senate has right how to give more 42. money legally. It will increase the percent from 5-10ofthe amount allowedtospend 43. the fund balance. I recommend giving money tonight, but not allofitbecause that 44. would be it for the year. I wanttothank Jason Selss for all that he's done. 45. I wanttoputina nomination for Amber for DirectorofCommunications. She's a 46. Junior, so she'll be with us. The committee that is workingonthe gen. ed. 47. requirements had a discussiononthe Foreign language proficiency requirement. There 48. were a few different proposals between the 102 leveltothe 201-202 levels.But49. these failed. The one that passed was students will need the 102 level for now and the 50. student/faculty assembly will vote onifit's going to move the requirement up. The 51. students being there made a difference. 52. 53. Vice-President's Report 54. Abstainingisonlytobe usedifthereis a conflictofinterest,oryou don't have enough 55. information on the bill. You needtotake a stand for the students you are representing. 56. There's an attendance recordinyour packets. Senate will start Jan. 25th. 57. Provost: Senators, you can motiontotable also,ifyou don't have enough information. 58. Miss-a-Meal numbers aren't in yet. Mary-Joisin critical condition right now. Keep 59. her in your thoughts. 60. Buddie: Can we take a momentofsilence for Mary Jo? 61. Cheeks: Yes. 62. 63. DirectorofFinance Report 64. Account # 947-$9,053.34 Account #948-$78 Account #949-$3,500 65. Bill passed in '98 which brought the capof5% on the fund balance. 66. (Showed overheadofCD's) 67.Itcan't go over 10%. Vote wisely on the money you giveouttonight. 68. Storch: Is there any waytoget around the balance? Whatifan emergency happened? 69. Fragola: It's acceptable to do it for emergencies. 70. Davis: Canweget underbudgeted, and then have that?

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..-. 71. Fragola: I don't know. 72. Storch: Is it possibletogo into next year's budget? 73. Fragola: I wouldn't wanttoget into that. 74. Storch: What do you feel, as the DirectorofFinance, that we should spend? 75. Fragola: I can't tell you what to do. You really shouldn't spend allofit because 76. there will be now money left. Any bills that are coming outofaccounts, please tell me 77. aheadoftime, before they are presented at senate. Happy Holidays and have a safe 78.NewYear. 79. 80. Committee Reports 81. CCRCStill waiting on Miss-A-Meal figures. The College CCRC will be meeting 82. tomorrow at 4pm. 83. H&SCTriedtohave meeting tonight. A lotofmeetings with the personal safety 84. products. Anyone interested in working on this, contact me. 85. Saleem and Iwillbe coming to you about an advanced SEEP program next semester. 86. Anyone who would like to work on this project, contact us. 87.EC-I'm reviewing last years timeline, and will be setting that up for next semester. 88. RCThank you to everyone who's helped out and supported the coupon books. We're 89. gonoa have a meeting after senate. Anyone with ideas I'd love to have them 90. PPC Talked about EAC. Anyone interested in joining contact me. 91. P&FCHave looked at CD and SAPB bills. WTOP should get the change. 92. SOVOSO the senate should consider activities with a wider involvement. 93.werecommend $3,000toHUBAC and 15,000toSAPB. 94. FCMeeting this week and decided tier statuses and make packets for Supreme Court. 95. There are still a few without charters. Black Friars, Non-Traditional, The Rugby teams 96. Final reporttosenate by first week on Spring Semester. 97. Cheeks: Senator Attigliato will be comingtous with in for from the Auxiliary Services 98. Board. 99. Special Orders 100. Bill 37 101. Storch: MotiontoSponsor by body 102. Storch: Caution. it is necessary for this year, but hopefully it will not become a 103. regular occurrence in future years. 104. Silverman: The policyinBill 33.46, it has clauses that protect from that. 105. Jakes-Johnson:Weare not bound by the 10%. 106. Provost: It's so important that Sharfenberger should speak. 107. Shafrenberger: It will set a precedent against something that was only done 2 yrs. ago 108. be very cautiousofthe money you spend. Make sure your constigents will agree. 109. You can extend the fund balance restrictions, but think about what it will do. 110. Fragola: I agree with what he said. The less you spend will be grately appreciated.Ill.Toso: Before we vote on this everyone must be fully awareofwhat this does. 112.1 don't recommending going against the past legislation.Itwas put there for a 113. reason. With the 25,200 it will be whatwehave for the restofthe year. 114.Allaccounts come outofthe fund balance.

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",-'", 115. Kostran: Motion to suspend the rule. 116. Buddie: Can we have fundraisers? 117. Toso: You can have fund raisers, but the amountofmoney is only a small impact. 118. Toso: Motiontoreinstate rules. 119. Jakes-Johnson: Calltoquestion. 120. 16Y 5NlABill passes. 121. Bill 32 122. Attigliato:Ourschool is known as a communications school. We have a good 123. reputation in these depts. They need the equipment. 124. Friedl: They know how to spend their money. 125. Kolb: They need the equipment. 126. Storch: When I firstgohere it looked alittle ramshackled, and they've done a lot to 127. improve their equipment. Someofthe equipment would be pointless since they don't 128. need it. 129. Jakes-Johnson: Call to question. 130. 22YONOABill passes. 131. Bill33132. Attigliato: Sovosoisjazz a capella group. Motion to Amend line151,500 for 2. 133. Jakes-Johnson: Calltoquestion 134. 19Y 3NOAAmendment passes. 135. Fragola: What account does this come from? 136. Toso: MotiontoAmend 137. Therefore be it enacted that the money be transferred from account #947toaccount 138.tobe created. 139. Kostran: Call to Question 140. 22YON141. Toso: Workshops would be a great thing. There is a demand for campus activites. It 142. would be best to give the money to something that everyoneislikely togoto. 143. Kostran: It's important to think about howwespend money. 144. Jakes-Johnson: Everyoneinthis room has music in their life. Thisisa great program. 145. The workshops will be great. 146. Haahr: Calltoquestion. 147.8Y14NOABill fails 148. Bill 34 149. Cheeks: Storch will takemyplace for this bill because I will be speaking on thisbill.150. Toso will be pro-temp during this time. 151. Jakes-Johnson: This bill is about strong programming. HUBAC does this every year. 152. Every Senator has to vote yesifthey're for the students. 153. Davis: It would be foolishtonot pass this bill that is for the students. 154. Ruppert: It's what the students want. 155. Haahr: You vote how your people want, yesorno. You are still voting for the 156. students. 157. Toso: Motion to Amend to $3,000,a lotofmoney is goingtobe voted on.We should 158. still support the programming. It's an appropriate amountofmoney. 159. Davis: Disagree with the amendment. This event is for 1,000'sofstudents.

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-..'... ..160. Meirowitch: It's importanttosupport this amendment.Wehave a lotofstuff coming 161. up next semester. 162. Attigliato: I'd be more in favorofthem getting some money insteadofnone. 163. Provost:Howmuch ahve they gotten already? 164. HUBAC: $4,500 165. Jakes-Johnson: We gave $2,000to30 students, and now we're goingtolimit the $ 166. for 1,000 students 167. Silverman: Trytobe as conservative as possible, we're setting a budget for the restof168. the year tonight. 169. Haahr: Motiontocalltoquesiton amendment.170.15Y4N2A171. Amendment passes. 172. Toso: Vote yes. 173. Buddie: Good bill. 174. Cheeks: I urge youtopass this. It seems the senate was in support. It was goodto175. see you be cautious with the money. 176. Friedl: Calltoquestion.177.19Y2N 1A Bill passes. 178. Account number 947 was added to line 27 "to be taken outofacct.947. 179. Cheeks came backtoplace and Storch went backtoPro-Temp seat. 180. Bill 35 181. Kostran: MotiontoWaive Reading. 182. Storch: Motion to Vote on that.17Y5N 183. Jakes-Johnson: It's a goodbill.184. Mirza: Urge the passageofthisbill.185. Friedl:Ifweget a good concert, it will bring money for other activities. 186. Attigliato: Pass thebill.187. Storch: Yield. 188. Davis: Pass it. 189. Provost: Yield 190. Toso: Motion to Amend the amountofmoney from $55,000to$14,000. 191.Itcan't be passed at this amount,wedont have the money. 192. Storch: This will set a precident for future SAPB's. 193. Silverman: A lotofgroups cometosenate for money mid-year. SAPBisthe only 194. group that has expectationsofit. $14,000 is incificient funds.Howabout $20,000 195.or21,000. 196. Smith: We will be happytowork with whatever you give us. 197. Antigliatto: I agree with Silverman, it's defintely the organizationtosacrifice for. 198. Mirza: Call to question. 199. 5Y 17N Amendment Fails. 200. Toso: Someone needs to amend the amount. 201. Friedl: MotiontoAmend to $21,000. 202. Storch: Pointofinformation.Howmuch money dowehave now? 203. 31,000 204. Kostran:Ifwepass this we'll be wherewestarted tonight with $9,000.

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.. 205. Provost: This is as bad as the Federal Gov't dipping into Social Security. 206. Silvennan: We're in good shape right now, we're usually in the red. 207. Storch: Is this enought moneytobring a good concert? 208. Smith:MTVisoutthe door. But there is 35,000toplay with. 209. Buddie: Calltoquestion 210. 19Y 3NOAAmendment passes 211. Friedl: With amendment we'd still be abletoget a big concert, pass the bill. 212. Haahr:Ifyou're for the studentsornot, you needtolistentoyour constigents. 213. Jakes-Johnson: Calltoquestion. 214.21YINOABill passes. 215. Bill 24 216. Jakes-Johnson: Motiontowaive the reading. 217. Jakes-Johnson: Separationofpowers, pass it. 218. Toso: This is what we're been waiting for. 219. Ruppert: Pass it. 220. Kostran: Call to Question. 20 YONOA221. 222.NewBuisiness 223. Bill 36 224. Michelle Gulley spokeonbill. 225. Sponsors: Storch, Buddie, Provost, Toso, Jakes-Johnson. 226. Resolution 10 227. Silvennan: Friendly Amendments. 226. (On top, Thank YoutoJason Selss. and at the bottom add Senator Attiliato.) 227. Friedl: Motiontosponsorbythe body. 228. Buddie: Motion to passbygeneral consent. 229. Buddie: MotiontoAdjourn

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STUDJENT ASSOCXATXON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session15th Meeting 1 February 2000 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senatewww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA.(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance .. VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Special Orders 1.SLE.35.38 All-Campus Election ScheduleX.General Orders A. Legislation Pending1.SLE.35.36 Funds for Speaker XI. New Business A. New Legislation1.RES.35.11 Condolences to the StudentsatSeton Hall University XII. Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASOCIATION (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu! studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY -------------------------JUSenate 35th Legislative Session 15th Meeting1February 2000 Minutes1.The meeting startedat6:20pm with15senators presentand15absent.2.Cheeks: Wait to approve minutes until we reach quorum.3.Jakes-Johnson: Second4.5.President's Rej)ort 6.Here to update the Senate, the students,andthe college communityonthe stateofthe Student7.Association. Will report on a wide rangeofissues that the administrationandSenate have worked on8.to make Oswego a better campusandto improve the Student association becauseofthe changing9.studentbody.The voiceofthe Student Associationhasandmust always remind the administration, 10.faculty,andstate that this great school exists becauseofthe students. With a new unionandcampus11. master planbeingdeveloped,thestudent voicewillhelpshape the futureofthis college. The decisions12.wemaketoday willaffectthe studentlifeonthiscampusindecades to come.Asecond seat to the13.Campus Center Committeehasbeenadded.This will necessary totheprocessofanewstudent union.14.Establishing a student uniontaskforce to work with the Campus Concept Committee. The Student15.Associationhastwo students on President Stanley's new Strategic Planning Advisory Board thatis16.mappingthe futureofthis campus. They are targeting specific problemssothey cantryto improve the17.campusinmanyways.Talented students are on almost every committee that influence studentlifeon18.campus:food services, campuslife,the environment, academic policies, college governance, parkin& 19.andsoon.Last year when took office, SA tookona numberofinitiatives. The Healthand SafetY 20.Committee under the leadershipofSenator Storch supported a safety pagersystem.This year Senator21.StorchandVice President Cheeks are workingon starting an escort service to drive students around22.campusatnight.System would replace lost SEEPsystemthatwalked students across campus late at23.bight.Hasfought in the FacultyAssemblyto students placed on search committees for Deansand 24, the Provost. Aby-lawrevisionwassubmitted to their rules---the processwasslow butisfinallystarted25.tobetaken on this semester. Students must not be denied a voice on these faculty committees.Ifthey26.cansitinon search committees for college Presidentsabdthe ChancellorofSUNY, they cansitinon27.faculty committees. Our students are adults under thelaw,andwemust aggressivelyfightany policy28.that treatsuslike children. Overthepast 2 years student representationhasincreased in faculty29.governanceby maming FacultyAssemblystudentrep.Elections a partofSA business.TheFAhas30.narrowly passed a foreign language requirement that will put our schoolincompliance with new state31.general education policies. Over the past two years the issueofsweatshop laborhasbeentackled as32.well.Cameras were sent into the college store,andasked where the clothes were comingfrom.This

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33.fallwe convinced the Colege Foundation who licenses the collegenameandtrademark, to adopt a34.codeofconduct which includedfulldisclosureoffactory locations. Oswego took the leadbypassing35.the strongest codeinSUNY.Inhigher educationfunding,the Student Association has fought to36.protect SUNY and our students asainst unwarranted cutsinfinancialaid.This yearwillbe working37.with the StudentAssemblyandother state-wide groups to improve status quo for the year 2000 budget38.recently proposedbythe governor. Urge to come lobby with NYPIRG, the StudentAssemblyand39.SASU thisspring.Manypeople workinthe SA office but don't receivemuchcredit because theyare40.notseenarguing publicly on the Senatefloor.Thisyear, blessed with an executive team whichhas41.worked hard to improve studentlifeoncampus.Greek Affairs offi.ce---under the leadershipofLaura42.KinsleyandVinnyPietrafesa wehaveexpandedandincreased dialogue with the administration. They43.haveorganized the round table discussionsandlunches with President Stanley and the administration.44.Greek Pride march was a huge it united an often divided Greek community, showed that45.Geeks can organizeandassume a positive role on campus. Need to workto program on this campus so46.theywillbe seen and respected for what they do, not stereotyped for what theyhaveallegedly donein47. the past. The administration hopes to change programming on this campus. The executive team and48.SAPBdecided thatwecan not settle for second rate artists and events.SAPBisnow a separate49.organizationagain.Thisisgood because it removes politics from campus programming. Theywitbe50.ableto chose their own leadersina more democratic fashion, based upon experience andskills.The51.SA Executive Board meetings arestillopen to theSAPBdircetor,asa working relationshipand52.communication between theSAPresidentandthe DirectorofFinance with SAPBisessential This53.year, planningonincreasing SAPB's budget allocation whichisonly a little over 10%ofSA's total54.budget. Most college programming boards have a budget thatisat least 20-25%ofthe total student55.government budget. We mustseta course to get SAPB's atat least $250,000 over the nextfiveyears,56.to where it needs tobe.Thisisnecessaryso we can have great concerts and major lectures every57.semesterandevery year.SAPBisthe organization that programs for the entire campus and for some58.students who are notveryinvolved,anSAPBeventmaybeoneofthe only things they see from their59.SAfee.This pastfallasmallgroup called the Campus CelebrationsandSpirit Committee was60.cinvened.Itlooked at the lackofschool spiritandrealized that strong celebrations are the one thing61.thathelps us to identigy with our school andfellowstudents. A proposal for the constructionofan62.outdoor concertfacilitywasmade.SAPBcould have large outdoor eventsinthe earlyfall,late spring,63.orsummer.Theproposalwillbe consideredbythe Campus Concept Committee this spring as partof64.anoverall campus renovationplan.Thisyear the Sante hashadan extra $4000 to spend on events that65.unite three or more groups.Thisprojectisunder the guidanceofthe Diversity Director, Adzele66.Kitissou. Senate saw 2billsforthis account this pastfalland we already knowofafewmore coming67.soon. Adzeleisplanning eventsforthe with other groups likeSAPBandthe RainbowAlliance.68.Sheisalsoworking na "Patchwork DiwPity Conference", tohelp unifY allgroupsoncampus. For69.next year, want to move more funds t,. account 947 to the joint diversity programming aceount--70.thiswillmakeforbetter attended eVJ.J>ut events thatwillunite different groupsofpeople on71.campus. The SA must work hardto "egregation on campus to makeita ftiendlier place tobe.72.Last yearSAgot involved with t:blta micenvironment ofthecollegeandpassed abillthat created73.the officeofcollegeand academicaffalrs. Thisoffice,under the leadershipofThorn Hanford, put out74.our first course and faculty information guideandisnow being distributed to over 1,000 students for75.free.The information on about50classes oncampus.Ithas been respectedbyevery76.professor we have heard from sofar.Wouldlikenew guide to have information on a lotofGen.Ed.77.Courses thatfrehmenandsophomores need to take. This year's guidewillbe financedinpartbyad78.revenueandother funding sorces,andshuldbe less expensive than last year's guide. Our SA web-site79.isnow starting to be updated by ThornandCatherine Sportello. Jason Selss worked onitlast semester80.and because ofhiswork ourbillsandresolutions areupon the page. Bios for the senatorsandofficers

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81.aregoing to be on thesite.Also,wewilltry tohaveallofour past legislation on thepage.Thenew82.CommunicationsDirector,AmberAddams,willbeincreasingpublicityofthe Senateandthe Student83.Associationthisspring.SAishostingdinnerswith the PresidentandtheVicePresident over thenext84.month atdifferentdininghalls,sostudents can approach us with their concernsandideas tomakethis85.campusbetter.WithhelpfromLizHolmes,a1995SApolicythat mandatesSAorganization86.attendanceata leadership trainingday.Wasorganizedincollaceration with theLEADcenter,SA87.officersandothercollegeadministrators.Aninventory controlsystem organized bythe dinance88.department under the guidanceofBrian Fragolahasbeeninstituted tominimizethe theft,loss,and89.disappearanceoforganizations'equipmentandsupplies.WillbenefitSAbecause itwill ""'cut back on90.wastefulandredundantspendinginour budget.SAisworkingon revamping our computerlab.91.Another 2 or 3 computers, with software that ourclubscan use to advertiseandplan events, shouldbe92.purchased.Wehavea stronger relationship with NYPIRG now that they have beenmovedinto theSA93.complex.Michellehasworked hard this year on projectslikehigher educationfunding,sweatshops,94.andenvironmentalissues.NotonlyhasSAbrought good things onto this campus but alsobystopping95.certainthingsfromcomingontothiscampus:DivisionIHockey.IfDiv. I was tobebrought on to96.thiscampus,fundingfora lotoftheother sports wouldbecut,Div.I Hockey for women would be97.created outofthinair,andtheSAfeewouldberaisedfrom$75-$100.TheSAisstronger than it's98.everbeenbeforeandbecauseofthiseveystudentisbetter off. Aswemovetoward electionsanda99.newadministration,wemusttrainandelectnewleadership tobuildupon our successesandstrive for 100.further progress.10I.Silverman:Anyquestions?NominateAmberAddamsas DirectorofCommunications.102.16Y103.Toso:Dowe have quorom?104.Cheeks:Quorom to12?105.Toso: Lower to12.106.Buddie:Second107.14YON3A108.Cheeks:ApprovalofMinutes 109.Jakes-Johnson: Second110.Cheeks:ApprovalofAgendaIII Jakes-Johnson: Second112.Cheeks:Budget CouncilwillmeetSaturday February12andSundayFebruary13.Weneed to elect 1l3.one senator tobeon the councilandexperienceshouldbehad.114.Buddie:Motion to nominate Senator Jakes-Johnson 1I5.Toso: Second II6.Attigliato: Motion to nominate Senator Buddie117Jakes-Johnson: Second II8.Cheeks:Anymorenominations?II9.Storch: Motion to closenominations.120.Buddie:Second121.Cheeks:Doyouguyswant togivea little speech about your expeienceandwhyyoushouldbe on the I22.council?123.Buddie:Senator Jakes-Johnsoncanstart. 124.Jakes-Johnson: I servedlastyear,it's 2full,longdays.I'mveryimpartialandI have a lotof125.experienceandthat's what counts.126.Buddie:Iamahardworker although Ihavenever servedonthe budgetcouncil.Ididthe budgetfor127.mygrandmothersoIknowthe process. Iwillwork hardinorder tomakegood decisions on the128.council.

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129.Cheeks: Taking vote. 130.ResuJts forthe Budget Council Election. Senator Jakes-Johnson won the election to be on the Budget131.Council. 132.Cheeks: Bio-forms are dues as soon as possiblesowe can get them on the web. 133.Any Questions? 134.(No Questions) 135.Cheeks:I'dlike to bring the DirectorofFinance up, ChristineS.136.Christine: Account#947 ($14946.66)137.Account#948 ($78)138.Account#949 $3500 139.Memos to tier 3 and 4 did on February11th.140.February 12thand13thisthe Budget Council.141. Organizations willsignupfor a time and the Budget Councilwilldicuss their budget with them. 142.Cheeks: Storch to Toso at7pm.143Jakes-Johnson: Second144.145.NYPIRG Report 146.The Executive Directorofthe National Labor Committee can come to talk to us about Sweatshop 147.Labor. Heisa powerfulandinfluential speaker andhisprice rangeisusually between $3000-$5000. 148.Heiswillingto come to our campus and speak for $1000orless.The PeaceandJustice Council, c 149.hurches,and different community organizationswillget involved. The speakerwillbring good press t 150.0 Oswego. Joint Programmingaffectsmanydiverse groups on the campus and it impactsallofus. 151.We should be lucky to havehimcomeandspeak. Questions?152.Lukowski: Whenwillhebe speaking? 153.NYPIRG: March Ist at 3pm---at Steeper Bell (hopefully).Anyother question? 154.(No more questions) 155.NYPIRG: One morething.Voter registration forms can still be handedinuntil Febmary 11th. The 156.primaries areinMarch and students can still registerbyFebruary11th.Students needtosupport g 157.overnment issuesmore.We need to show politicians that students care---that's why we need to vote.15S.AnyQuestions? 159.(No questions)160.161.Committee RtmQrts 162.Finance: Minutesfromthe meeting included for12/9and1/25.There are still more issues to be dealt163.with but thatsallfor now. 164.HealthandSafety: Personal escortsystem.Wewillneedto raise money with these. Groups that need 165.fundraisers Senator Storch can connect them with the right people. University Police can also come 166.down and speak. No sprinklersinallofthe buildings--this can be a problem. The committee should 167.get togetheranddiscussthis.Yield.168.(Turn over to Toso) 169.Policy Planning: Nothing to Report 170.Elections: Petitions are due Friday (Feb.4th) at noon. Saturday theywillbe counted.Ifanyone can 171.help to count, please show up because itwilltake awhileandthe more people there are, the faster it'll 172.go. Student Association debateswilltake place on February 16thandMarchIstinthe Formal 173.Lounge.Yield.174.Procedure and Finance: Nothing to Report 175.Recruitment: Take note thatbyFridayneedschedules to make meeting times.Ifthere are no 176.scheduJes then a timewillbe pickedandifmembers are t here they are there, ifnot, then they're not.

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177.CCRC: Spoke to manager at HSBCtofund miss-a-meal. Also funds the Literacy for Oswego County 178. 179.Special Orders 180.BiIl38 181.Meirowitch: Sponsored by Body 182. Toso: Second 183.Buddie: MotiontoPass by General Consent 184.Toso: Second 185. 186.BiIl36 187.Meirowitch: Motiontostop reading 188.Wyshosky: Second 189.Sponsors: Senators Buddy, Toso, and Jakes-Johnson. 190.Buddie: Important Issue. We should pass by General Consent 191.Toso: We can't pass by General Consent, we needtovote. It is for a good cause and we should put 192.our money whereourmouth is and get the speaker. 193.Jakes-Johnson: Agrees with Senator Toso. We need more programming like thisoncampus. 194.Vote Taken: 195.15YONlA196. 197. Cheeks: Res. 35-11 198.Sponsors: Friedel 199.Buddie: Second. 200.Buddie: Wanttosay that death is a sad part oflife and that the resolution is good and it shouldbe201.honored. 202.Toso: Motion to pass by general Consent 203.Ruppert: Second 204.Buddie: MomentofSilence for thoseinthe SetonHallfire? 205.(MomentofSilence Observed) 206.Cheeks: Thank you. 207.MotiontoAdjourn. 208. Wyshosky: Second 209. 210.Meeting adjourned at 7:15pm.

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STUDENTASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35th Legislative Session16th Meeting 8 February 2000 I. CalltoOrder II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-V.Guestsofthe Senate VI. Executive Report Matt Silvennan, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Assistant Director of Finance VII. Committee Reports VIII. Special Orders IX. General OrdersA.Legislation PendingX.New BusinessA.New Legislation l.SLE.35.39 Funds for CPS Spring Seminar XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON.OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35th Legislative Session 16th Meeting 8 February 2000www.oswego.edu/-studentaMINUTES(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101.Themeeting started at 6:00pm with18senators present,12absent,and1 excused.2.Cheeks:Approvalofthe Minutes3.Jakes-Johnson: Second4.Cheeks:Approvalofthe Agenda5.Jakes-Johnson:Second.6.7.President's Report8.ThePresident,VicePresident,andthe Finance Directorwillbemeeting with Centro to look over the9.contractwehavewiththem.Willbe discussing whether or not themoneyisworthitandwhetherwe10.canstillaffordit.11.Has twonominations:12.13.First one for the Assistant DirectorofCommunicationsSimon14.SimonwillbeintheSAoffice onWednesday,February9thfrom2:30-4:30ifanyonehasany15.questions. Is looking forward to working with theSAand the officers.16. 17. Second nominationisfor Denise Rosadoasthe Co-ChairofGreekAffairsto workonethnic isues. She's a juniorandistheVicePresidentofSigmaLambda Upsilon.18.19.Silverman:Anyquestions?20.Buddie:Whenwillthe contract getchanged?21.Silverman:We're notsure,that'swhywe'rehavingthe meeting withthem.22.Attigliato:Whenisthe contractup?23.Silverman:Itexpires thissummer.Thankyou.24.25.VicePresident's RCWOrt 26.Friday at 1:00 want tomeetwith committee chairsintheForum.Ifcan'tmakeit seemeafter meeting.27.Questions?28.(No Questions)29.30.Finance Re.port 31.Account #947 ($14946.77)32.Account #948 ($78)

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33.Account #949 $300034.35.TheBudget Council weekendwaschanged to the following week; the 19th and the 20th.36.Just wanted to let everyone know thatBill39isnotanSAorganization. 37. Attigliato: Where wouldfundsforBill39come out of! 38.Staufenberg: Probably Account #947-it'sontheBill.39.40.AnyQuestions?41.(None)42.Staufenberg: Thankyou.43. 44.Cheeks:April25th --Senators terms are up--May 2nd thenewtermsbegin.45..46.Committee Reports47.Finance Committee: Nothing to report.48.Health andSafety:Nothing to report.49.PolicyandPlanning:Nothing to report.Ifanyonewants to join, letknow.50.CCRC:Had meeting about Miss-A-Meal. March 10th is thedaythat we are shootingfor.Noticewill51.be going out to tell everyone thedefinites.The Oswego County LiteracyandMuscular Distrophy52.arealsohelpingtofundthis.53.Elections:TheOfficialBallotisavailable.54.Nomineesare:55.President:56.SaleemCheeks57. Vice President:58.Joseph Storch59.Ben Jakes-Johnson60.Ryan Baker61.Senators:62.FuneUe:63. Toso64.Hart:65.JosephSimmons66.MikeKanick67.Richard Tabuteau68.Procedure andFinance:Weset the timesandthemeetingsare at 5:30 on Thursdays starting this week.69.TheywillmeetintheSAoffice.Anyonecan join.70.Recruitment:GiveSenator Buddieane-mailto lethimknow what times committee canmeet.71. 72.New Business73.Bill3974.JenniferfromCPScameto discuss whatfundsareallforandto let the Senate know what the CPS75.seminaris.Th eCPsSeminarisputonfor Undergraduates, Graduates, and Professionals from the area76.for afulldayoffurther learninganddevelopment. There are15different workshops,mini-77.presentations, a lucheon, afewmore workshops after lucheon, and about2-3hoursofnetworking with ..... 78.professionals.Thisisa good idea for undergrauates and graduates.ThepointoftheBillisto offer79.undergraduates and graduates a lower price than the $45.00 they are supposed topay.CPSwould like80.theSAto defer costs a little.

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81.Toso:IstheCPSgoing tobeputtinganyfundingtowards this?82.Jennifer:Yes,wedoallthefundingforit.The last pageoftheBillshows th ebreakdown ..-.. 83.Buddie:Howmuchmoneyhasbeenraisedsofar?84.Jennifer:No idea off the topofhead.CPSdefinitelydoesn'thaveenough to coveritthough. Itall85.depends on the numberofprofessionals thatcome.86.Buddie:Doyougiveevery professional a letteraskingthem to please come?87.Jennifer:No,wehavea databas thatsendsout twomailers.Thefirst one lets them know what it'saU88.aboutandthe secondisthe registrationforms.89.Attigliato:Whereisitheld?90.Jennifer:In theUnion.91. Cheeks: Sponsors?92.Buddie:Sponsor93.Cheeks: 94. 95.Cheeks:Winterfest wnt verywell.The Pool TournamentandFashionshowhada good turnout.96.Toso: Just wanted tosaythat Sovosowasan amazing performance andthe audiencehada lotoffun.97.Buddie:Didn'tHUBAChavea danceatWinterfest?98.Wyshosky:Yes,there was aball.99.Cheeks:PicturesofSenatorswillbetaken at the endofthemeeting.Bio-forms were putinallofyourmailboxes,fillthem outandwewillput themupon the webalong with your pictures.100.10I.Buddie: Motion toac:ljoum.102.Jakes-Johnson:Second.103.104.Meeting adjourned at6:30pm. -

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON'_ OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35th Legislative Session17th Meeting15February 2000 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. Approval of Agenda V. Guestsofthe Senatewww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Assistant DirectorofFinance VII. Committee Reports VIII.Special Orders1.SLE.35.40 Joint Diversity Funds for Speaker IX. General Orders A. Legislation Pending I.SLE.35.39 Funds for CPS Spring Seminar X. New Business A. New Legislation I.SLE.35.41 SAVAC Volunteer Recognition CeremonyXI.Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35th Legislative Session 17thMeeting 22 Febtuaty 2000www.oswego.edu/ studentaMINUTES(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 1.The meeting was called to order with 17 Senators present.2.Cheeks: Approvalofthe Minutes3.Jakes-Johnson: Second 4. Cheeks: Approvalofthe Agenda5.Buddie: Objection---Move SLE.35.43 Questions for ReferendumtoGeneral Ordersandadd6. Michelle Gully from NYPIRG to the GuestsofSenate. 7. Cheeks: Approvalofthe Agenda 8. Buddie: Second9.10. GuestsofSenate11.Michelle Gully from NYPIRG talked about Bill 43andwent through whatitwas all about so the 12. Senatorswillhave a betterofthe information. 13. Buddie: Howdidyou comeupwith the questions? 14. Gully: We've been using these questions for a long time.15.Buddie: Whydoyou keep using them overandoverifyou know the answers already? 16. Gully: Because the studentbodychangesandwe wanttomake sure we are doing what the 17. students want. 18. Toso: what is the votethatis needed to change the SA fee? 19. Cheeks: I believe itcanbe a majority vote. 20. Kostran:The$2 is goingtogo to SA? Why would we be charging more foritto go back to us? 21. Gully: Rising costs are rising costs,andwe are trying to help out studentbody.22. Cheeks: A Bill passedbyReferendum can be changedifvotedonbythe majority. 23. Storch:Thinkit'simportant for the students to decideonwhethertoraise theSAfee. We 24. shouldn't be able to voteonitbecauseitisn'ta fair representationofthe studentbody.25. Scharfenberger: Why is it a Special Orders? 26. Cheeks: They need everything to come together as soon as possible. They needtoadvertiseand27. get this thing known around campus.Inorder to accommodate them we putitas Special Orders. 28. Michelle: Pleaseaskquestions now---NYPIRG runs a campaigntoget students out theretogetto29. the polls. 30. Cheeks: Michelle Gully isinthe SA officeifthere are any further questions. 31. 32. Executive Reports 33. President's Report: 34. there are two nominations for Denise Rosado for the Co-DirectorofGreek Affairsand35. SimonB.for the Assistant DirectorofCommunications. 36. Votes were takenandtheypassed.37. Are looking for 2 student representatives (not from SA) for the Hewitt Union Advisory Board 38. (HUAB). Someone is also coming from Civil Rights and we need both a maleanda female

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., -39. representative to take person fromCivil Rights around campusandshow that everything is going 40. okay. The budget was finished last weekend---morethan24 hours was put intoitandthere were a 41. lotoftough calls. Details have not yet been given out but Centro will beanissue again this year. 42. Buddie: Whendoyou need people elected for HUABandfor the Civil Rights representatives? 43. Silverman: Tonight we will have nominations for the HUAB and as for the Civil Rights, the 44. female is already got; we nowjustneed a male.Ifanyone thinks someone may be interested, 45. then contact me. 46. 47. Vice-President's Report: 48. HUAB nominations. Read the purposeofthe HUAB but we need someone to compete 49. though. 50. Jakes-Johnson: Nominate Senator Ruppert 51. Toso: Second 52. Attigliato: Nominate Senator Kemp 53. Storch: Second 54. Storch: Nominate Senator Kelly 55. Buddie: Second 56. Lugares: Nominate Senator Kissi 57. Wyshosky: Second 58. Buddie: Motion to close nominations 59. Jakes-Johnson: Second 60. Cheeks:Ifyou would please say something about your qualifications. 61. Ruppert: Can represent a lotofpeopleandisinthe Union a lot. 62. Kemp: Co-directorofGreekAffairs-knowsa lotof people---spends a lotoftimeinthe Union. 63. Kelly:Inthe Union a lotandis a good worker. 64. Kissi: worksinthe Union and wantstoget involved more. 65. 66. Finance Reoort 67. Account #947 $ -14,946.66 68. Account #948 $ -78 69. Account #949 $ 3,000 70. 71. Account 947 isinthe red about $10,000 butitis still okay tospendIfthe vote for NYPIRG is 72. Yes, thenitwill give SA about $20,000 $25,000 dependingonenrollment. The Bill for 73. Blackfriars,itshould be amended from Account 696 to Account 694 (CostumesandProps). They 74. still have moneyintheir accountanditshould be askedifitis going to be used for Brigadoon. 75. Wyshosky: How much is needed for Centro? 76. Staufenberg: not sure. 77. 78. 79. Barnhart: Suspend rules to change Bill 42 to Special Orders? 80. Jakes-Johnson: Isita debatable option? I would like some input from my studentsinhall. 81. Attigliato: Call to Question. 82. Friedel: Second. 83. 84. 15Y,3N,3A85. Cheeks: Rules Suspended to move Blackfriars to Special Orders. 86. Silverman: Rulesdidn'tneed to besuspended-justneeded a majority votetomove the Bill., also 87. the Chair could have decided. 88. Attigliato: How long has Barnhart known? 89. Barnhart: Long enough. 90. Buddie: Motion to Reinstate Rules. 91. Toso: Second 92. Toso:Weneed to debate the Bill because movingitto Special Ordersandvoting onittoday 93. wouldn't be goodandfair representationofthe students.Ithasn'tbeen around long enough to 94. get and opiniononit.

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Got information aboutMDAlock-up.It'sonFebruary 29thWe need volunteers.Itwill be heldatVona'sRestaurant from 8: 15-5: 15. Still need arresting officers, photographers, greeters,andadministration people. Will have acopyoftheminutes fromthe meeting, next week for everyone. ...\ ..--95. Meirowitch:AsSenate, we should notturna group downifthey need a Special Order. 96. Davis: Agrees. 97. Silverman: Are there going to be dress rehearsals? 98. Barnhart: Starting this Thursday to next Thursday.Theshow startsnestFriday. 99. Staufenberg: Make note that purchase orders systems take about a week---so anything votedon100.tonightisirrelevant becausethe.shoeswon'tget hereuntilway after the dress rehearsal. 10l.Jakes-Johnson:Ifthemoneyisn'tgoing tobethere,let'shold it over a week to give the students 102.an opinion. 103.Buddie: Motion toAmendAgenda 104.Jakes-Johnson: Second 105. 106.Fails with 16N, 2Y,2A107. 108. Committee Reports 109.ProcedureandFinance: The Bill for CPS be amended to$400($10 for 40students)110. Also working ona Bill to disqualify Senators whodon'tshowupona regular basis.TheIll.SAV AC Bill was discussedandwe recommend that the money for awards be cut out. 112.Attigliato: Insteadoftaking the money away from the awards why not change the location? 113. Toso: Because wedidn'tthinkthat BridieManorwas a very expensive place. 114.Kemp: Bridie Manor---includes open bar? 115.SAVAC: No open bar. 116.Jake-Johnson: Bill 40---did you lookatthat? 117. Toso: Yes. 118. I19.HealthandSafety:Hada meeting with thetaskforce t discuss many new initiatives. Personally, 120. workingontrying to get sprinkler systems in all buildings. Has meeting withtheplant121. manager to discuss the sprinkler systems. 122. 123.Finance: Met with Budget Councilandpresented the case for non-SA organizations. 124. 125.Recruitment: Discussed doing a create-a-art fund. Pay$1for peopletodrawandputthemonto a 126. collage that will beinthe SA office. A possible theme may be'Whatis a Senator?'and127.'WhatdoesSAmeanto you?'.Thiswill be from February 28-March I from10am-128. 3pm. Come supportorwork the booth. 129.Attigliato: The theme isjustto giveitexposure. I 30. Buddie: Also, Senator night we willtryto have "President Schaufenberger" to speak.Itwillbein 131. the Formal Lounge. 132. 133.Elections: Debate tomorrow 2/23at4pm,andanother debateon3/1at6pm. 134. Jakes-Johnson:Arewe going to get the format forthe3rddebate? 135.Meirowitch: Format will probably be the same. Willtryto get it outbutcan'tpromise. 136. Davis:Arefuture debates going to be advertised? 137.Meirowitch:Didn'tseem to have problemsprevious times,butwilltryto get signs upor138. something. 139. 140.CCRC: 141. 142. 143. 144. 145.Policy Planning: Nothing to report. 146. 147. Special Orders l48.Bill 40---Joint Diversity Funds for Speakerl49.lt'scrucial that they getthemoney. Willbehereina week from tomorrow night (3/1/00)at7pml50.inroom 101inLanigan.

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lS1.Jakes-Johnson: Great idea. Do you have the other $1000? lS2.W.C.: Yes. lS3.Haahr: What happensifyoucan'tget the money from SA? lS4.W.C.:thenwe'reinthe hole. ISS.Sponsors: Storch, Friedel, Jakes-Johnson, Toso, Buddie IS6.Storch: We setupthe diversity accounttodeal with diversity.mVandAIDSdon'tknow IS7.anything about diversity. We are to brings things here to educate the studentsandpeople. IS8.Friedel: Senator Storch covered it.Itwill raise awareness. IS9.Jakes-Johnson: Agree with the other Senatorsandis veryhappythatitis being broughttoSUNY 160.Oswego.It'sa life-savingprogram-it'swonderful. 161. Toso: Senator Storch saiditbest whenhesaid tat it is a diseasethatknows no boundaries. 1 62.Buddie: Agrees thatitis a great Bill.Itaffects many people. 163. Meirowitch: Call to Question. 164.Buddie: Second 16S.Passes 20Y,ON,1A166.167.General Orders: 168.Bill43 (Questions for Referendum) 169. Storch: Wantasmany people to have poweraspossible. NYPIRG does things for the campus 170.that are good. 171. 172.Sponsors? 173.Buddie: Motiontosponsor by studentbody.174.Wyshosky: Second 175.Kostran: Friendly Amendment: Line "r"insteadof"t"and also Line 16--Change to 176."Boards" insteadof"Boars". 1 77.Buddie: Second (both) 178.Cheeks: Speakers? 179.Buddie: Questions for Referendumaregood becauseitlet'sus speakourmindIt'sa good Bill 180. that should bepassed.181.Friede1: Call to Question. 182. Wyshosky: Second. 183.Passes 21Y,ON,OA.184.Cheeks: Its now on the ballot onMarch14thand15th 185. 186.Bill 39 (CPS Spring Seminar) 187. Sponsors: Buddie 188.Buddie: Will be good because itinstructsstudents to learn about what they want to do. 189.Toso: Motion to amend to $10 per person for 40 people. 190.Buddie: Second 1 91.Passed: 19Y,ON,2A192. Toso: thinks that it is goodandshould be helped out but it was just a little too much. 193. Jakes-Johnson: Call to Question. 1 94.Wyshosky: Second 19S.Passed 9Y, 8N, SA (Vice-President Cheeks votedinfavorofit becauseitwasa tie)ata priceof196.$400. 197. 198.New Business 199.Bill41 (SAVAC Volunteer Recognition Ceremony) 200.Sponsors: Storch, Toso, Buddie, Jakes-Johnson 201. 202. Bill 42(Fundsfor Blackfriars) 203.Amended t account 694-Costumes andMake-up 204. Storch: They need dance shoes; SA V AC needed tires, we gavethemtires; they need shoes, we 205. should give them shoes. 206.Haahr: They're orderedby size soit'slikewe'rebuying shoes for individual people.

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207.Barnhart: We will reuse the shoes for future performances. 208.Sponsors: Jakes-Johnson, Friedel, Toso, Buddie 209. 210.Public CommentandAnnouncements 211.Meirowitch: there isjobtobedone. Storch is the pro-tempandwe should listen to him. 212. Wyshosky: I just thinkit'sridiculous the amountofbickering that wentonhere tonight.Itwas 2 13. completely uncalled for. We are supposed tobeworking as a team. Wedon'tneed anyofthishe214.said, she said garbage.It8:30pm at night, we've been here for 2and Y2 hoursanditwas a 21S.complete wasoftimetobicker like wedid216.Toso: Sorry thatwasn'tpaying complete attention but was trying to explain things to the new 217. Senator. 218.Lugares: Agrees with Senator Wyshosky---respect is needed. 219.Buddie: Agrees, no bickeringandfighting. People who want to get involvedwithcommittees; do 220.it. 221.Lukowski: Workingasoneisn'talways the best thing to do. 222. Attigliato: Anything that happens outsideofSenatecan'tbebrought in.Don'twaste timeby223.bringing stuff upagainandagain. 224.Kostrap: Congratulations because we got a lotofwork done. 22S.Buddie: Motion to Adjourn 226. Wyshosky: Second.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION-. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session18thMeeting 29 February 2000 I. Call to Order II. Roll Callwww.oswego.edu/ studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .-III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate Amanda Friedl,OffCampus Senator VI. Executive Report MattSilverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Assistant DirectorofFinanceVIT.NYPIRG VIII. Corrunittee ReportsIX.Special Orders X. General Orders A. Legislation Pending 1.SLE.35.41 SA V AC Volunteer Recognition Ceremony 2.SLE.35.42 Funds for BlackfriarsXI.New BusinessA.New Legislation l.SLE.35.44 Funds for Cheerleading 2.SLE.35.45 Funds for Greek WeekXIT.Public Comment and Announcements XIII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 18thMeeting29 February 2000 www.oswego.edu/ -studenta MINUTES(315)341-3601 Fax (315)341-54101.Cheeks: ApprovaloftheMinutes 2. Jakes-Johnson: Second 3. Cheeks: ApprovaloftheAgenda 4. Storch: Objection.TakeofIBlackfriars---Bill42.5. Jakes-Johnson:Second6.7.GUESTSOFSENATE8.AmandaFriedel,OffCampus Senator.Thereis a concert scheduled forApril 1stbutthe9. information cannotbedisclosed because nothing wassignedandnothingis definite.Needsabout 10. 100handsforthisevent.ThisMonday,March6that3:30pminSteeper Belltherewillbea 11. meetingtodiscuss this.Assoonasanyinfonnationis received,itwillberelayedtothestudents. 12.Theeventisexpectedtobesold outand2200 peopleshouldattend13.14.EXECUTIVEREPORT15. PresidentSilvennaniscurrently lobbyinginAlbany.lfthereareany questions forhim,Vice 16. President Cheeks will relay them. 17. 18. Vice President: 19. Remove Bill 42 forFundsfor Blackfriars because they already foundfundingand20.theFundachildProgramisbeingheadedbySenator Provost. Any questions shouldbeforwarded 21.tohim. 22. 23.FinanceReport: 24. Account#947-$14,546.66 25. Account #948 -$78 26. Account #949 $1500 27. Justwantedtomakeeveryone aware aboutthetwoBillsbeingbroughtupbefore Senate.Bill4428.Fundsfor Cheerleading---the cheerleaders already have a ConstitutionintoSABill 45forFunds29. for Greek Week---the funds, is passed, shouldbetransferredtoanaccounttobe created. 30. 31. NYPlRG: 32. CharlesKerneghaniscomingtospeak:tomorrow---encourage everyonetoattendItwillbeheld33.inSteeper Bellat3pm.Hewill be speaking aboutChildLaborandSweatshopLabor ..Ite wiil 34. also discusshowOswegocanhelp. Also,theHigherEducation Lobby day isonMonday,March35. 6thinAlbany.Thisgives you a chancetospeak:toyour representatives abuthigherEducationand36. a chance to get your voicesheardUsuaIly 400-600 studentsgoandthereisa lotofmedia 37. coverage.lfthereareany questions, call x-4495.

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38.COMMITI'EEREPORTS:39. ProcedureandFinance:Noofficial meeting. DiscussedSAV ACBillandwecutout$200forthe40.DJandwerecommendedthemhaveeachmemberofSAVACtodonate $6 each. 41. 42. Recruitment:Noofficial meeting. Please showupifyouareonthe committee.Meetingtimes43. havebeenchangedtoeveryotherTuesday from 5:30-5:45.March6thisLobbying day.The44. Create-a-Art, isstillunderwaybutthere willbesomewaytocreate cards forMother'sDay---$I 45.andyoumakeacardtogive. 46. 47. PolicyandPlanning: NothingtoReport. 48. 49. Elections: Seconddebate--almostall the candidates were there.WTOPisgoingtodothe#rd50.Debate--it'sWednesdayat7pm. Wedidsome advertisingbutnota lot. 51. 52. CCRC:Thereare4 organizationstobenefit from Miss-A-Meal---Oswego County Literacy, 53. HSBC, Community Services,andMDA54.Nooneobjectedtotheorganizations.55.Buddie:DidyouhearanywordfromtheLock-up? 56. Jakes-Johnson:Ihaven'theardanythingyet. 57. 58. Finance:NothingtoReport. 59. 60. HealthandSafety:Talkedabout sprinklersinbuildingsandfalse fire alarm detectors.The61. committee isinshambles--pleasee-mailifyouareinterested. (storch@oswego.cdu) 62. 63.GENERALORDERS:64. Bill 41:SAYACVolunteer Recognition Ceremony 65. Storch:Forthetimes they miss class,forthetimes theycan'tgetupbecause they gotinsolate66.thenightbefore, for sleeping overinthebasementof Mackin, for the hockeyteam, rugbyteam,67.andsports teams, somethingthatcosts $200---they giveittousforfree.68. Toso:MotiontoAmendto$1331.13. Which includes $200takenaway fromtheDJandasking69. for$6from eachmemberofSAYAC. 70. Jakes-Johnson: Second. 71. Buddie:CalltoQuestion. 72. Jakes-Johnson: Second. 73. 16Y4N4A74. Toso: $1331.13isa goodamountfor peoplewhohelpus. 75. Buddie:Ifitwasn'tfor SAVACthenwe would have alotofhurtpeopleandIthinkit'sa good 76. idea. Urge aquickpassageoftheBill. 77. Jakes-Johnson: $1331.13isn'talottoaskfor, for a groupwhohelpsus.78. Meirowitch:CalltoQuestion 79. Jakes-Johnson: Second 80. 17Y 4N2ATheBillPasses. 81. 82.NEWBUSINESS:83.Bill44: Funds for Cheerleading. 84.Thecolorsofthebasketball team havebeenchangedtogreenandblacksowethoughtthatwehad85.tochangeourcolorstoo.Thecompany chargesbyletter.Iftheschool buysthem, thentheschool 86.hascontrol overthemandwewon'thavetoworry about people leavingandtakingtheunifonn87.withthem.We haven't gotten any fundingandnoassistancehasbeengivenatall. 88. Buddie:Whichkindofletteringdoyouwant?89. Amber:Itdoesn'tmatter. 90. Buddie: Thereare15cheerleaders-areanygoingtochipin?91. Amber:Wecaneachchipinaround$50. 92. Buddie:Whyarethetopsandskirtspricedseparately? 93. Amber:That'sjustthewayitis.

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94. Kemp:Haveyoudoneanyfundraisers? 95. Amber: Wehave raffles, wesold shakypomsbuttheycameinlatesowedidn'tgettosellas96.manyasweplanned.SOfarwehavemadeabout $150thisyear. 97. Jakes-Johnson: Everyoneisgoingtobeabletoafford$50?98. Amber:Comparedtothe$400Ispent--yeah-weshouldbeableto. 99. Haahr:Youguys never receivedfundingeverbefore? lOO.Amber:AsfarasIknow,wenever have.101.Storch:TheNew#'sare: 102. $1802.25 forOSU103. $1944.75forLakers104.Cheeks: Thank you. 105.Sponsors:Kemp,Toso, Buddie. 106.107.Bill45:FundsforGreek Week. 108. Vinny Pietrafesa:WanttothankPresident Silverman, Vice-President Cheeks,theGreeksin109. attendance. IstheCo-directorofGreekAffairs.Lastyearweaskedfor a littleitover$500and11O.Greekweekwassuccessfulbutthisyearweareaskingfor$1000tomakeitmoresuccessful.TheIll.breakdown willbegiven totheSenatorsbynextweek.Wedonatetheequipmenttocharity. 112.Therewasnoadvertisingwasdonelastyearsothisyearwehavetodoa lot.Currentlythereare113.1000 Greeksoncampus,whichis aboutaneighthofthestudent body.Greek101isacompanyl14.thatwantstohelpgetusbackonthemapsotheywouldalsoliketohelpmakethisa good event. 115.Thewanttohelp raise fundsandgiveusT-shirts. 11 6. Meirowitch:Can'tyoukeeptheequipmentinsteadofgivingittocharity? 117. Vinny:Thingsgetwornout. Wetrytofixthemandthenwedonate them.lI8.Provost:Whywould webepayingforstudentreferees? 119. Vinny:WewanttokeepitfairandnothaveapersonfromaGreekorganizationbecauseitmayl20.beabiasopinion.l2l.Provost:Howmucharereferees? 122. Vinny:Lastyeartheywereabout $200-$250butwe'refindingthefiguresoutnowandwewilll23.getbacktoyou. 124.Kemp:Iwillbegettinginformation fromGreek101andI willputitinmailboxesoftheSenators.I25.Haahr:Arenon-Greeks allowedtoplaytoo? 126. Vinny: No,buteveryoneoncampusandinthecommunityisencouragedtoattendtheseevents. 127.Wewillbetheirentertainmentandtheygettoroutefortheirfavorite organization. 128. Sponsors: Buddie, Provost, Wyshosky, Storch, Kemp. 129.130.PUBLICCOMMENTANDANNOUNCEMENTS:131.Thomas:TheCCReishavingacommoncouncilmeetingonMonday,March13th-wewill see 132.how people interactwiththecommunity.ThedinnerneedsandRSVPbyMarch8th133. Vinny: IjustwantedtothankSenators Jakes-Johnson,Kemp,andAttigliatoontheirhelpwiththe134.Bill. 135. Toso:Thankyouorhavinga quick, good meeting. 136.Provost: SorrytospoilthegoodmoodherebutitisridiculoushowpeoplelaughatSenator 137.Buddie-<:ut hima break. 138. Meirowitch: WelcomebackSenatorProvost. 139.Storch: MotiontoAdjourn. 140.Wyshosky:Second

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(315)341-3601Fax:(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASOCIATION ----------------------------Senate 35thLegislative Session 20 th Meeting 15 March 2000AGENDAI.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance VII. Committee Reports VIII. Special Orders IX. General Orders A.Legislation PendingX.New Business A. New Legislation l.EXO.35.03 College Community Exchange Days 2.SLE.35.47 Senate Visibility 3.SLE.35.48 Academic Support 4.SLE.35.49 International Peace and Awareness Award Committee 5.SLE.35.50 Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee Section IXI.Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION _OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35th Legislative Session 20th Meeting 15 March 2000www.oswego.edu/-studentaMINUTES(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410. f' ..1.Themeetingwascalled to order with 17 Senators present.2.Storch: Approvalofthe minutes.3.Wyshosky: Second. 4. Storch: Approvalofthe agenda.5.Meirowitch:Objection--SLE13&14tobe put underNewBusiness.6.7.Executive Reports8.President's Report: Presented awards to Mayor Gosek and President Stanley.9.Thankstoeveryone with the elections.10.Vice Presidenfs Report: Would like to thank everyone from town. Would like to let11.Mayor Gosek come up and speak.12.Mayor Gosek: Spoke about how the college is goodforthe communityandhowthe13.people in Oswegoaregrateful. It is also essential thatthecollege and community14.work together.15.16.CommitteeReports17. 18.Finance: Account #947 $-20,796.6619.Account #948 $-2022.7520.Account#949$-100021. Bill49: it will come outof#949-ifitpasses, the amount will thenbe$-500.Weare22.getting very closetothe cap. 23. Bill 50: To let everyoneknow-thereis no money in the budget for double-sided 24. printers. 25. 26. CCRC: Been working for this night all year. 27. 28. Policy and Planning: Nothing. 29. 30. Procedure and Finance: Nothing. 31.

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.... -32.Recruitment: Nothing.33. 34.Finance: Nothing.35.36.Health and Safety: Nothing.37.38.Elections: Hart Senators---Joe Simmons, Rich Tibeteau39.FunelleSenator-GloriaTosa 40. Questions 1&2 forNYPIRG--Yes41. President--Saleem Cheeks 42. Vice President--Joe Storch. 43. Congratulations! 44.45.New Business46. Executive Order #3----Bill #47: Senate Visibility: 47. Meirowitch: Motion to sponsor by the body 48. Wyshosky: Second. 49. 50. Bill 48: Academic Support: 51. Toso: Motion to sponsor by the body. 52. Wyshosky: Second. 53. 54. Bill #49: International Peace & Awareness Award Committee 55. Sponsors: Buddie, Wyshosky, Simmons 56. 57. Bill50:Environmental Awareness Committee Section 1 58.ProvostDouble-sided printers cost more but they are much better forthe59. environment. 60. Toso: Will they be aswego? 61. Provost: Yes. 62. Buddie: Are there any problems with the printers that we have now? 63. Provost: No problems but they will just be better for the environment.64.Sponsors: Buddie65.66.RES13:67. Attigliato: MotiontoSponsor by body. 68. Wyshosky: Second. 69.Attigliato: Motion to pass by general acclamation. 70. Buddie: Second. 71.72.RES14:73. Meirowitch: Motion to Sponsor by body. 74. Wyshosky: Second. 75. Buddie: Mot jon to pass by general acclamation.76.Thomas: Second. 77.

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78.Public Comments and Announcements79.Toso: Proud to see such a great meeting and Thank you to the community Council. 80. Buddie: thanks to everyone for coming and congratulations to everyone who was 81. elected. 82. Storch: Thanks to allofour honored guests and thank you to all who participated in 83. the elections. 84. Barnhart: Congratulations and Good luck. 85. Attigliato: Would like to thank Ben Jakes-Johnson for attending the event he 86. planned.87.Cheeks: Be prepared for long meetings and thank you to everyone. 88. Provost: Motion to adjourn. 89. Thomas: Second.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATiON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaSenate 35 th Legislative Session21st Meeting28March 2000AGENDAI.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgenda V. Guestsofthe Senate Larry Provost, Off Campus Senator Saleem Cheeks, Student Association President-Elect VI. Executive Report Matt Silverman, President Saleem Cheeks, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Assistant DirectorofFinance VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Special Orders l.SLE.35.51 Student Association Grant Policy 2.SLE.35.52 2000 All-Campus Election ResultsX.General Orders A.Legislation Pending l.SLE.35.47 Senate Visibility 2.SLE.35.48 Academic Support 3.SLE.35.49 International Peace and Awareness Award Committee 4.SLE.35.50 Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee Section I XI. New Business A.New Legislation Xli. Public Comment and Announcementsxm.Adjournment(315) Fax(315)341-5410

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY www.oswego.edu/ studentaSenate 35th Legislative Session 21st Meeting 28 March 2000MINUTES(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410'",.. '. 1.The meeting was started at 6PMwith 16 Senators present. 2. Cheeks: Approvalofthe Minutes3.Jakes-Johnson: Second4.Cheeks: Approvalofthe Agenda5.Jakes-Johnson: Second6.7.GuestsofSenate:8.Senator Provost: Thereare a few ideas for Bills for Budget: Academic Advisors for clubs;9.writing resolutions for thanking thoseinSenate; environmental Bill---there is controversy10.about it, many have problems with it and it may have been poorly written; Bill regarding11.sanctions with Iraq. Senate has been very good to himinpast year and he apologizesto12.Vice-President Cheeks, Senator Jakes-Johnson, and Senator Storch. Thank you.13.14. Senator Storch: Admissions office, there will be a new video and they wanttoknow who15.wantstobeinit.Meeting times are on 3/29/00. The following are the times the meetings16.willbeheld: 4:30-5:00;5:155:45; 7:308:00. The meetings will be heldinthe First Floor17.classroomofHart Hall.18.Vice-President Cheeks: Budget for July 2000 June 2001 handed out toallSenators present .19.Any questions can be madetoSaleem at cheeks@oswego.edu 20. 21.Executive Report:22. President Silverman: Congratulationstothe candidates in the elections. talked with Vinny 23. about the Campus Posting Policy and chalkings are still allowed around campus. Is happy 24. about the budget fee increase which will protect CENTRO and increase funds to SAPB and 25. get us better programs. This is last week in office. Thank you to everyone who stood by 26. him--you know who you are---the administration, faculty, students, Thanks! 27. 28. Vice-President Cheeks: Any 2 females and 1 male interested in going to a conferencein29. Utica this weekend. Leaving on 3/31 at 5PMand will hopefully be back for the concerton30. Saturday. the school gets 2 votes so someone needstoattend in placeofStorch. Thank you 31. to all---made Vice President term a real learning experience.

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.. 32. 33. Christine Staufenberg: Account #947 -$22,127.97 34. #948 -$2,022.75 35. #949 $1000 36. Consider the cost factor when voting. 37. 38. NYPIRG: Doing more on higher Education. There willbea phone and e-mail lobby. Trying 39.toget ridofthe90%tap. A Spring concert is being held in Albany April 7th-9th. See 40. Michelle gully for information. Earth Day lobby dayisApril 10th. EarthDayCelebration 41. April 20th and the rain day is April 21st--it'soncampusallday long from 10AM-2PMin 42. the Quad.ItwillbeVERY fun. 43. 44.Committee Reports:45. Elections: Elections bill. Turnoutwas a coupleofhundred people more which was good. 46. 47. Recruitment: Nothing 48. 49. Procedure and Finance: Bills should have specific meeting places. Insteadofchanging the 50. locationofthe meetings, just make the meetings more publicized. Having a bankofsyllabi 51. might upset professors who did not give permission to have themonthe web. the banquet 52. for the International Committee is recommendedtobecutdownbecause there is only $1000 53. left in the account and it shouldn'tgointo t he red its first year in existence. The 54. Environmental Awareness Bill shouldbewritten differently--this Committee will help 55. Senator Provost withit.56. 57. CCRC: Nothing. 58. 59. Policy Planning: Nothing 60. 61. Health and Safety: goingtoneedtore-elect someone tonight. Storch will resign tonight. 62. Meirowitch: Nominate Lukowski 63. Buddie: Second 64. Wyshosky: MotiontoClose nominations 65. Buddie: Second. 66. Lukowski is the chairofHealth and Safety. 67. 68. Finance: Storch must resign from office and there needstobe 2 new members---a chair and a 69. member. 70. Toso: Motiontonominate Provost. 71. Buddie: Second. 72. Meirowitch: Motion to nominate Lukowski. 73. Buddie: Second. 74. Buddie: Motiontoclose nominations. 75.Wyshosky: Second 76. Provost: Motivated, dedicated, readytolearn. Can countonputting in whole hearted 77. support.

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Toso: Motiontoamendtoputinlines 62-65 "Those outside groups receiving funding will have an account established under the Vice President. Friedl: Second. Toso: Putting them under the Vice President's budget, the Vice-President will havetosign for it and they areinchargeofthe money. Buddie: CalltoQuestion Toso: Second Amendment passes 15Y 2A Toso: Recommendtopass the Bill because it gives guidelines. Attigliato: MotiontotabletoPolicy and Planning for a periodofone week. -. 78. Lukowski: Has t he time, willing to learn and is dedicated. 79. Vote taken--80. Lukowski wins with10votes.81.82. Needtoelect new protempt. 83. Provost: Motion to nominate Toso. 84. Buddie: Second. 85. Buddie: Motion to close nominations.86.Wyshosky: Second. 87. Toso is the new chairofFinance Committee and protempt. Provostison the committee as 88. well. 89. 90.Special Orders:91. Bill51:SA Grant Policy 92. Sponsors: Toso. 93. Toso: Speaking from experience with doing lastyear's budget. there were no set policies-94. this would do so---Organizations took that for granted. There should be guidelines. 95. Friedl: Motiontolower quorumto13.96. Toso: Second. 97. Storch: Motion to Amend lines 62-65 onBill.98. Attigliato: Second 99. Storch: Would makealloutside organizations subsidiariesofSA organizations.Itcould lead 100.toridiculous things. 101.Cheeks.:Purpose istoregulate nottoshun anyone. 102. Jakes-Johnson: Feels it was putintheretohave students responsible for t he money. 103. Staufenberg:Notjust an SA organization.Itcan be a department.Itcan also be under 104. the Executive Board. 105. Storch: Reality is that outside organizations shouldorshouldn't be getting money based 106. on the meritsoftheir organization. 107. Buddie: CalltoQuestion 108. Toso: Second. 109. Amendment passes lOY 5NOA110. 111. 112.113.114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119.120. 121. 122. Bill52:2000 All-Campus Election Results123.Attigliato: MotiontoSponsor by body.

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124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129.130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139.140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. Buddie: Second. Meirowitch: friendly Amendmenttoput Tim Barnhart under President with 133. Toso: Second. Attigliato: CalltoQuestion. Wyshosky: Second. Bill passes 16YONOAGeneral Orders:Bill 47: Senate Visibility Motion to be amendedtobeheld in the Formal Loungeofthe union. Buddie: Second Storch: A lotoftimes there are scheduling difficulties. We should leave it as a town hall atmosphere. Barnhart: Agree with Storch--there are scheduling difficulties. Change to an and/or.Ifweare very specific, then the law will be brokenifthe right time cannotbehad. Buddie: Should keep itinthe Formal Lounge because the Dining Halls are not very formal. Friedl: Understands Storch's comment and we needtomake it something that is going to stick.Itdoesn't needtobe in the Formal Lounge but definitely in the Union. A friendly Amendmenttochange ittojust the union. Haahr: Like the whole meetinginthe union idea. Buddie: MotiontoCalltoQuestion on the amendment Provost: Second Amendment passesBY2N1A Storch: The Bill is agoodidea buttomake it a Bill might restrict things.Itcould be oneofthose things that youjustaskandgets done. Don't necessarily havetomake a Bill for it. Attigliato:Notgoingtosupport it because it will be harder to inform people. People know where itisnow---why change it. Barnhart: A Billisforever and we don't knowifit is goingtobe called the union forever. Toso: Call to Question. Buddie: Second. Bill fails6Y7N3A Bill 48: Academic Support Sponsors: The body Jakes-Johnson: MotiontotabletoProcedure and Finance Buddie: Second Bill 49: International Peace&Awareness Committee Adzele: Coupleofchanges will be abletofund the speaker--the totalisnow downto$1000. Any extra money made by the event will be put back into Account #949. Buddie: Bill should pass because it rewards students and faculty members who go outoftheir waytohelp students. NAHA and STG have done a lot. Wyshosky: Good Bill---Promotes Awareness. Toso: Motion to amend in following ways: Strike out the speaker, Change $1500to$1000, and add "Be it finally enacted that any

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170.funds collected be added to account 949."171.Buddie: Second172.Toso: It was exactly what Adzele wanted. 173. Buddie: Call to Question on the amendment174.Wyshosky: Second175.Amendment passes 16YONOA176.Buddie:Callto question177.Wyshosky: Second178.Bill Passes 14Y INlA179. 180.Bill50:Environmental Awareness181.Buddie: Confusing about printers--the course and faculty guideisa good idea for the182.web although some professors don't wantsyllabion web. Isayto pass theBill.183.Provost: Motion to table thebillto Procedure and Finance for a periodof1 week.184.Buddie: Second185.186.Public Comment&Announcements:187.Buddie: Job well done. One thing that disturbshim though'---that people are elected to188.be Senator, delegate time to Senate. Is very upsetting that people leave---it's wrong.189.Lukowski: Respects Buddie's view----people have obligations tofulfillthough.190.Provost: It's a matterofconscience.191.Storch: On a positive note----thisishislast meetingasa Senator---want to thank two192.people: President Silverman because a lotof things on campus are different becauseof193.him and Dave Meirowitch because he alwaysalways heetJthere for Storch. Thanks a lot! 194. And thanks to the restofyou.195.Haahr: Tired oflistening to everyone complain and congratulate.196.Attigliato: Can we change the orderofvoting?197.Cheeks: Yes.198.Tom:Promote the course and faculty guide to Professors. Contacthimdirectly from the199.website if there areanyquestions. 200. Provost: Motion to Adjourn 201. Wyshosky: Second.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION.. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hc\\itt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session 22 nd Meeting 4 April 2000I.Call to Ordern.Roll Callwww.oswego.eduj-studcntaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410III. ApprovalofMinutes N. ApprovalofAgendaV.Guestsofthe Senate Brian Hurd, Vice President emeritus Michael Dodge, Johnson Hall Courtney Alexander, Oswego Peer Education Network VI. Executive Report Saleem Cheeks, President Joseph Storch, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Assistant DirectorofFinance VII. NYPIRG Reportvrn.Committee Reports IX. Club and Organization Appeals Hearing X. General Orders A.Legislation Pending l.SLE.35.48 Academic Support 2.SLE.35.50 Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee Section I 3.SLE.35.51 Grant Policy XI. New Business A.New Legislation l.SLE.35.53 PledgeofAllegiance 2.SLE.35.54 Budget reform 3.SLE.35.55 Constituent Communication 4.SLE.35.56 Club and Organizations Advisement 5.SLE.35.57 Student Association Budget 6.RES.35.15 RecognitionofMatt Silverman XII. Public Comment and Announcements ""TTT

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STUDENTASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 22ndMeeting 4 April, 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ., SENATE MINUTES1.The meeting started at6:lOP.M.2.16Senators were present3.Chief Justice Pannozo swore in President Cheeks and Vice President Storch4.Storch: ApprovalofMinutes5.Buddie: Objection to minutes, askedifclerk could please write who submitted the6.Minutes every week7.Storch: ApprovalofAgenda8.Buddie: Second9.10. GuestsofSenate11. Brian Hurd: Works in Admissions office, wantedtolet the Senate know that there is12.going to be an open house on Monday April10from 8:30 A.M.to2:00 P.M. They13.are looking for people to either be tour guidesorrepresent their organization at the14.open house.Ifinterested you can reach him at x2250.15.16.Michael Dodge: Johnson Hall Treasurer, wantedtoinform the Senate that there is a17.Johnson Hall Spring Formal on April8,2000 being held in Sheldon Hall from 9:0018.P.M. to 1:00 A.M. The price for each ticketis$5.00.Hewould like the senate to19.come out and support Johnson Hall. 20. 21. Courtney Alexander: Personal Safety Task Force, demonstrated how someone could 22. find out personal information about you just using the Oswego State phone book.He23. went on to say that he felt the phone book gives out unnecessary personal 24. information that can put students at risk. He wants to protect the privacy and identity 25.ofthe students. Alexander and Storch will present the Senate with a resolution 26. dealing with this issue at next weeks meeting. 27.28. ExecutiveReport29. Saleem Cheeks: Thanked Matt Silverman for all hisworkwith the Senate. Saleem 30. and Liz Holmes presented Matt with a vase in appreciation. The Budget is 31. revised and those numbers that are changed are in italics. Cheekswantedto remind 32. the Senate that when discussing the budget to keepinmind the budgetisabout the 33. facts and not about opinions.Ifthere are any questions pertainingtothe budget feel f

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Christine Staufenberg:#947$-22,127.47 #948 $ -2,022.75 #949 $0 $1,000 dollars is left to spend overall. There is $5,000 for appeals. 34.tostop by the S.A. office. Assistant DirectorofFinance willhaveacopyofthe35.BudgeCouncil recommendations next meeting. Any questionsaboutorganizations 36.orclubs shouldbegiventotheFinance Committee.Weneed some sortofgrant 37. policyinplace.Nextweek, willbeissuing first excutiveorderwith regards to 38. HUBAC. Same offices hours. WenttoStudent Assembly this past weekend, survey 39. is goingtobedistributed to 87,000SUNYstudents. 1 in 4 students willbesurveyed. 40. Fire Safety Committee will evaluatetheleveloffire safetyoneverSUNYcampus. 41. Legislation is pending looking into parental notificationofstudents gradesor42. students having abilitytowithhold a percentageoftheSAfee. 43. 44. Joseph Storch:Wanttothank all thosetohelpedmethis week.Welcomednew45. Senate clerk. Thanked Jen for her work. Oneofthethings promised during 46. campaignwastohave a more personal Senate. Amber Adamsourcommunications 47. directorjustorderedSAmints (throws mintstosenators). SheldonLeadersis putting 48.ontheir annual 24hourrelay April28and 29. Would liketosee everyonecomeout. 49. Senate willbewalking at 6:00P.M.onApril 28. Will meet in frontofWaterbury 50. Hall. Will bring pledge sheets next meeting. 51. Provost : Would liketoremind senate about mandatory training seminar for new 52. senators sometime inthefall. 53. Storch: Compliemeted SAPBona great jobwiththeBUSHIMOBYconcert. Miss-A54. Meal numbers are297full board participants, 73 anyplanparticipantswhichadds 55.to$850.52. thiswasthelowest showing ever.Nextyearweshould actively recruit 56. people. CongradulateMattSilverman and Azdele Kidisu. Advisor Bill is a very 57. important one. Should consider it carefully. Will all committee chairs pleasegettheir 58. schedules in so that a committeechair meeting cantakeplace. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66.NYPIRGReport:None67.68.Committee Reports:69. Recruitment:NextThursday'smeeting is cancelled. 70. 71. Policy Planning: Suggested recommendationsonGrant Policy Bill. 72. 73. Environmental Awareness Committee: Will share ideas personallywithVice 74. President Storch. 75. 76. Health and Safety: Nothing to report 77. 78. College Community Relations:Noreport 79.

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--80.Elections: Nothing to report81. 82.Procedure and Finance: Suggested Recommendations for Syllabus Bill.83. 84.Finance: Will submit Grant appeals along with Club and Organization appeals.85.Will make copies for next meeting.86. 87.Club and Organization Appeals88.89.Brian Liacona: Intramurals gave breakdownofall accounts and how money is90.used and gave reasons why they would like to be given more money.91. 92.Peter Alan: WTOP Askedtomake a change on payroll account for the positionof93.News Director. This position requires over30hoursofwork a week and feels that it94.should be given moreofa salary.95. 96.Salvatore Laboro and Colleen Cumberford: Asking for more moneytoadvertise97.since they can not advertise conventionally. Also need more money for speakers and98.videos.99. 100.Community Services: no one to represent.101. 102.Storch: Senators have the choiceofwhich appeals to send to the finance103.committee. You have the optionofsending none, some, or all to the finance104.committee for an investigation and a report next week.105.Toso: motion to suspend the rules for5minutes.106.Buddie: Second107.Hand vote taken results:15-0-1108.109.Rules suspended for5minutes.110.111.Attigliatto: Motion to table all appeals to Finance Committee112.Buddie: Second 113.114.Hand Vote Taken Results:14-0-1 115. 116.Toso: Motion to Recess 117. Meirowitch: Objection118. 119.Hand vote Taken Results: did not pass by2/3vote120. 121.Thomas: Motion to lower Quorum to13122.Friedl: Second123. 124.Vote taken12-0-3 125.

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' 126,General Orders: Legislation Pending ..-... 127. SLE.35.48Academic Support ... 128. Sponsored by: The Body129.130. Toso: Motion to amendremove "and to each campus group" and second BE IT 131. FURTHER Enacted. Added "BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that all syllabi 132. collected for the syllabus bank be received only from the professor who teaches 133. that particular course along with a signed release from that professor allowing the 134. postingofthe syllabusinthe Academic Affairs web page."135.Buddie: Second. 136. Provost: CalltoQuestion,137,138. Vote on Amendment 12-0-1 139. 140. Attigliatto: Call Bill to Question. 141. Buddie: Second. 142.143.Vote onBill-10-3-0 144. SLE.35.48 passes. 145.146.SLE.35.50 Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee Section I 147. Sponsoredby:Senator Buddie 148 ..... 149. Provost: Motion to Withdraw Bill 150. Buddie: Second151.152. Vote taken on motion 13-0-0153.SLE.35.50 withdrawn 154. 155. SLE.35.51 Grant Policy 156. Sponsoredby:Senator Toso 157. 158. Attigliatto: Motion to waive reading.159.Provost: Second. 160.161.Reading waived. 162. 163. Attigliatto: Motion to amendreplace lines 19-22 with "related to the college not 164. with a constitution approved by the Student Association Supreme Court or onof165. Student Association's outside contractors nor anyone included in the Executive 166. Branch." 167. Provost: Second 168. Barnhart: Call amendment to question. 169. 170 vote taken on amendment 13-0-0 .1""'" 171. amendment passes

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" 172. Provost: Motion to amendline 33, after obligations add "to Student Association 173. Clubs and Organizations." Line 36, after basis, add!landeach grant on its own 174. merit." Line 44, after exceed the, add "limits" sa replacement for "maximum 175. allocated amount.".176 Toso: Second. 177. 178. Vote taken -13-0-0179.amendment passes180. 181.Rupert: Motion to amendreplace "OfficeoftheVice President" with "Office 182.ofthe DirectorofFinance." 183. Buddie: Second. 184. 185. Buddie: Call Amendment to Question 186. Lagares: Second 187. Amendment called to question13-0-0 188. amendment passes 189. '" 190. Attigliatto: Motion to amendon line 54, add another bullet point stating, "Grant 191. allocations shall not be used for fundraising purposes." 192. Meirowitch: Second 193. Buddie: Call amendment to question 194. Lagares: Second-195. 196. Amendment called to question 13-0-0197.amendment passes 198. 199. Friedl: Motion to amendreturn line 44 to original. 200. Buddie: Second 201. Buddie: Call amendment to question 202. Ruppert: Second 203. 204. Amendment called to question 5-3-5 205. amendment passes 206. 207. Attigliatto: Call bill to question 208. Buddie: Object 209. 210. Meirowitch: Motion to table bill to procedure andfinance and policy planning 211. Buddie: Second 212. Provost: Object 213. 214. vote to end debate taken 5-6-2 215. debatecontinues 216 .,.... 217 Buddie: Motion to amendreturn changes made in amendment 3 (Officeofthe

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218. DirectorofFinance." ToIIOfficeofthe Vice President." Provost: Second 219. 220. 221. amendment called to question 13-0-0 222. amendment passes 223. 224. Toso: Call Bill to question 225. Lagares: Second 226. 227. Vote on bill 12-0-1 228. SLE.35.51 passes 229. 230. New Business 231. 232. SLE.35.53 PledgeofAllegiance 233. Sponsors: Buddie, Lagares, Lukowski 234. 235. SLE.35.54 Budget Reform 236. Sponsors: Friedl 237. 238. SLE.35.55 Constituent Communication 239. Sponsors: Buddie 240. -241. SLE.35.56 Club and Organization Advisement 242. Sponsors: Attigliatto, Meirowitch, Toso 243. 244. SLE.35.57 Student Association Budget July 2000-June 2001 245. Sponsors: Attigliatto, Provost, Buddie, Toso 246. 247. RES.35.15 RecognitionofMatt Silverman 248. Sponsors: The Body 249. 250. Passed by Acclamation 251. 252. Public Comment and Announcements 253. Attigliatto: Not everything needs to be sponsored, passedorseconded.Don'tfeel 254. sorry for a bill. 255. 256. Cheeks: good job Joe. When thinking about passing a bill think about the impact 257. that bill will have down the road. 258. 259. Buddie: Congratulations Matt. Good job Joe. Wanted to let everyone know that 260. he is goingtoretire April 25, and he enjoyed working in and with the Senate. 261. 262 Toso: Motion to adjourn ..,.... 263. Buddie: Second

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION>.OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session 23 rd MeetingIIApril 2000I.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315) 341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410V.Guestsofthe Senate Jean Grant, Mary Walker Health Center Colleen Newidomy, Family Planning VI. Executive Report Saleem Cheeks, President Joseph Storch, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Assistant DirectorofFinance VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. General Orders A.Legislation Pending 1.SLE.35.53 PledgeofAllegiance 2.SLE.35.54 Budget Reform 3.SLE.35.55 Constituent Communication 4.SLE.35.56 Club and Organizations Advisement 5.SLE.35.57 Student Association Budget X. New Business A.New Legislation 1.SLE.35.58 Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee II 2.SLE.35.59 May 1970 Remembrance 3.RES.35.16 Privacy and Safety 4.RES.35.17 Need For SummerlIntercession Office Hours XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 23rdMeeting11April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 '--. SENATEMINUTES1.The meeting started at 6:10 P.M. 2. 18 Senators were present 3. Senators present: Attigliato, Barnhart, Friedl, Haahr, Jakes-Johnson,Kemp, Kissi, 4. Lagares, Lloyd, Lukowski, Meirowitch, Merrick, Provost, Stoutenger, Ruppert, 5. Hubbell, Thomas, Toso, Simmons 6. Meirowitch: ApprovalofMinutes7.Barnhart: Second 8. Merrick: ApprovalofAgenda 9. Attigliato: Second10.11.GuestsofSenate12.Jean Grant from Mary Walker Health Center and Colleen Newidomy from Family13.Planning did not attend the Senate Meeting14.15.ExecutiveReport16. Saleem Cheeks: Passed out highlighters that were purchased for the Senate,tohelp 17. with Budget Vote. Read through and explained the Executive Report, "Creationof18. Hewitt Union Activities Executive Committee."Ifthere are any questions don't19. hesitate to meet and talk with him. Wanted to take the time out to remember a student 20. that passed away two years ago yesterday. Her name was Karen Vonholtz. With 21. tremendous support from the student body, we able to raiseover$5,000 for the 22. family. Wanted to make sure the memoryofKaren was kept alive and the thought, 23. that when students unite they are able to acomplish great things. Also requested that 24. three to five students, senators preferably, to be apartofa focus group that willlook 25.atdifferent typesoflogos for the school.Itis narrowed down to three, but need to 26. test them. Timesofthese meetings are Wensday from 1-2 P.M. and Thursday2-3,27. P.M. in theSAoffice. PapaJohn'swas generous enough to provide the Senate with 28. free pizza and refreshments were purchased from thecomerstore.29.30. Joe Storch: Report will be short. Tonight is budget night, good luck to all senators. 31. Look in packets to see the calendar made up today which tellsofevents in the coming 32. weeks. S.A. is cosponsoring a pool party with S.A.P.B. See Storch or Chris Smithof33.

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-34. S.A.P.B. for more information. Apri128 at 6 P.M., S.A. is walking in the Sheldon 35. LeaderlWaterbury Hall 24 Hour Relay. Will have sponsor sheets for the Senators 36. next week. Minutes were placed in all Senators mailboxes last week. Also copies in 37. the back. Wanted to congratulate and thank Courtney Alexander for his work with 38. safety and especially for the Resolution tonight. Those Senators who areoffcampus, 39. please come into the office to pick up petitions, those who want tobeoncampus 40. senators, please look into elections through Hall Council. First Senate meetingof36th41. Legislative session is May 2ndTyped up the recommendations from Finance 42. Committee and put them in the packet. Despite the inclement weather, Open House 43. was a great success, andonbehalfofthe Admissions Office, want to thank all those 44. who helped out. Agrees with the Executive Order dealing with HUBAC. Wish to 45. turn over the restoftime to Dr. Scharfenberger. 46.47.SpecialGuest:Dr. Scharfenberger. Oneofthe most important things that this body 48. does is establish the directionofthe student organizations for the coming year. You 49. will be energized about certain issues but there are some important things to 50. remember. You are directing the student body for the next year, you are supporting 51. the effortsofa numberofstudents, so you must be fair, make sure that your rationale 52. for your decisions are appropriate, and be courageous. Sometimes the idea that is less 53. heard and the path not taken is the path that will take SA to a different level. Make 54. sure that you have the best interest for the greater numberofstudents when you make 55. your decisions. 56. 57. Christine Staufenberg: 58. #947 $22,127.97 59. #948 -$ 2,022.75 60. #94961. Budget Reform Bill even though not for this year is great. Two groups were left out 62.ofthe Student Association Budget whenitwas typed up, The Blackfrairs and Crew. 63. Be fair and equal when it comes to the budget. Grants are not SA. Speak loud and 64. clear would like to keep the buget as accurate as possible. 65.66. NYPIRG Report:None 67.68. Committee Reports:69. Health and Safety: None 70. 71. Finance: There is one change in the budget proposal, Finance Committee made a 72. mistake, the amountofmoney that is set aside for the ALANA speakers account is 73. going to be left equal asitwas before. Senate should also pay attention to the fact that 74. a lotofthe organizations are asking for more money to raise certain salaries. 75. 76. Procedure and Finance: Looked at a fair amountofthe bills that are going to be voted 77.ontonight. Feels that the PledgeofAllegiance bill should be broughtback to the 78. Senate as a resolution. The committee agreed that the Budget Reform Bill was a good 79. idea and they agree with it. Committee was largely against the Club and

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Provost: Motion to waive reading Toso: Second Provost: Motion to make a friendly amendment.Add"THEREFORE IT BE FURTHER INACTED by the Senate that this bill take effect with next years 2001-2002 budget. Storch: Unless there is opposition I will accept this Amendment.-80. Organizations Advisment Bill. The Committee did not look at the Student 81. Association Budget. 82. 83. Policy Planning: None 84. 85. Recruitment: None 86. 87. College Community Relations: None 88. 89. Elections: None 90. 91. Environmental Awareness: None 92.93.General Orders94. Legislation Pending: 95. SLE.35.53 PledgeOfAllegiance 96. Sponsored by Buddie, Lagares, Lukowski 97. 98. Barnhart: Motion to waive reading 99. Provost: Second 100. Provost: Motion to Amend change title from Student Association Bill to Student 101. Association Resolution. Also change "THEREFOREBEIT ENACTED" to"HE102. REFORE LET IT BE RESOLVED". Also change "BE IT FURTHER 103. ENACTED" to "BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED". 104. Toso: Second 105. Friedl: Call to Question 106. Provost: Second 107. 108. VoteonAmendment: 11-0-6 109. Amendment passes 110. 111. Toso: Call to question 112. Lagares: Second 113. 114. VoteonResolution: 5-11-3 115. RES.35.18 Fails 116. 117. SLE.35.54 Budget Reform 118. Sponsored by Friedl 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125.

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126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. Amendment is accepted. Attigliato: Motion to Amend Change lines 10-11 to "that when the proposed student association annual budget is submitted to the Senate. Lukowski: Second Toso: Call to question Vote on Amendment: 18-0-0 Provost: Call to Question Lagares: Second Vote on Bill: 18-0-0 SLE.35.54 passes SLE.35.55 Constituent Communication Sponsored by Buddie Provost: Motion to waive reading Lagares: Second Toso: Motion to Amend change line16from "the fastest means possible;" to "inner campus mail by officeofthe vice president". Jakes-Johnson: Second Attigliato: Call to question Provost: Second Vote on Amendment: 10-1-7 Amendment passes Attigliato: Call Bill to Question Toso: Second Vote on Bill: 4-12-2 SLE35.55 Fails SLE.35.56 Club and Organization Advisement Sponsored by: Attigliato, Meirowitch, Toso Toso: Motion to Amend: change line 22-23 from "by producing requests letters and rejection letters from 5 advisement candidates" to "by producing namesofadvisor candidates that have been requested and rejection letters from 5 advisement candidates." Barnhart: Second Toso: Call to question Lagares: Second Barnhart: Motion to Amend: Change line23from "5 advisement candidates" to

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--172."0 advisement candidates"173.Jakes-Johnson: Second174.Provost: Yield time to Liza Rodrigues175.Attigliatto: Call to Question176.Provost: Second177.178.Vote on Amendment: 11-2-4179.Amendment Passes180.181.Stoutenger: Call BilltoQuestion182.Lagares: Second183.184.Vote on Bill: 3-15-0185.SLE.35.56 Fails186. 187.Barnhart: Motion for10minute recess188.Provost: Second189.190.SLE.35.57 Student Association Budget Bill 2000-2001191.Sponsoredby:Attigliato, Provost, Buddie, Toso192.Retook Attendance:17Senators Present193. 194.Toso: Motiontowaive reading195.Provost: Objection196.Vote taken: 5-6-7 must passby2/3vote Vote to waive readings fails197.198.Before Amendments were made Vice President Storch made a short speech to199.explain the Budgetforall new senators. 200. 201.202.Amendment 1203. Toso: Motion to Amend Add linetothe front page that says "THEREFORE 204.BEITENACTED that the SA Budgetforthe 2000-2001fiscal year reflect 205. the increaseofthe NYPIRG budgetasthe students voted in the referendumofthe 206. Student Association all-campus election." 207. Provost: Second 208. Provost: Call to Question 209. Lagares: Second210.211. Vote on Amendment: 13-2-2 212. Amendment Passes 213.214.Amendment 2215. Jakes-Johnson: MotiontoAmend 216. Account#217.471change from $5,000to$6,000

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-218.475change from $9,000to10,000 219. 476 change from $9,500to$10, 500 220. 612 change from $1,650to$1,850 221. 672 change from $100to$250 222.673change from $100to$300 223. Toso:Second 224. Provost: CalltoQuestion 225. Lagares: Second 226. 227. Vote on Amendment: 13-4-0 228. Amendment Passes 229.230.Amendment 3231. Toso: MotiontoAmend Under Officeofthe Vice President 232. Account#233.853.1changefrom$720to$800234.853.2 change from $1,080to$ 1,200 235. 853.5 change from $0to$ 250 236. Appeals Total: total would be $1,000 237. Provost: Second 238. Simmons: CalltoQuestion 239. Toso: Second 240. 241. Vote on Amendment:9-7-1242. Amendment Passes 243.244.Amendment 4245. Barnhart: MotiontoAmend 246. Account#247.668change from $ 950to$1,350 248.671change from $ 200to$ 300 249.471change from $6,000to$6,500 250. Appeals Total:$0251. Haahr: Second 252. Simmons: CalltoQuestion 253. Kimmel: Second254.255. Vote on Amendment: 15-2-0 256. Amendment passes 257.258.Amendment 5259. Attigliato: MotiontoAmend 260. Account#261. 750 change from $ 2,100to$1,980 262.760-1change from $800to$0 263.762change from $ 1,000to$ 750

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-264.763change from $13,000to$12,000 265. 800 change from $ 2,650to$ 2,530 266. Appeals Total: $1,140 267. Meirowitch: Second 268. Toso: Call to Question 269. Lagares: Second 270. 271. Vote on Amendment14-2-1272. Amendment passes 273.274.Amendment 6275. Barnhart: Motion to Amend 276. Account#277. 754 change from $ 650to$ 400 278. 834 change from $ 450 to $ 400 279. Appeals total: $1,440 280. Provost: Second 281. Haahr: Call to Question 282. Toso: Second 283. Vote on Amendment: 16-0-0 284. Amendment passes 285.286.Amendment 7287. Provost: Motion to Amend 288. Account#565change from $850to $ 800 289. 566 change from $1,300to$1,200 290.566-1change from $ 950 to $850291. 566-2 change from $ 850 to $ 800 292. 566-3 change from $ 500 to $ 450 293. 566-4 change from $500to $ 450 294. 566-5 change from $ 500 to $ 450 295. 566-6 change from $ 500 to $ 450 296. 566-7change from $500to $ 450 297. 566-8 change from $ 700 to $ 650 298. 566-9 change from $ 500 to $ 450 299.777-1change from $ 400 to $ 300 300.778-1change from $ 400 to $ 300 301.779-1change from $ 400 to $ 300 302.781-1change from $ 400to$ 300 303. 856 change from $ 700 to $ 500 304. 305. Appeals total: $2,640 306. Barnhart: Second 307. Friedl: CalltoQuestion 308. Provost: Second 309. Vote on Amendment: 4-9-3

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Meirowitch: Motion to Amend Account#947 change from $ 16,400 to $15,800 775-1 change from $0to$ 600 Give money to the academic affairs office. Barnhart: Second Haahr: Call to Question Kissi: SecondAmendment8Toso: Motion to Amend take appeals money and place it into account#947. Total in account 947 would be 16,440 Jakes-Johnson: Second Kissi: yield time to Chris Smith Provost: Call to Question Thomas: Second..-310. Amendment fails31l.312.313. 314. 315. 316. 317. 318. 319. 320. VoteonAmendment: 10-5-1 321. Amendment passes 322.323. Amendment 9324. 325. 326 327. 328. 329. 330.33l.332. 333. 334. VoteonAmendment: 12-2-1 335. Amendment passes 336.337. Amendment 10338. Barnhart: Motion to Amend 339. Account # 340. 565 change to $ 850 to $800 341. 566 change to $ 1,300 to $1,200 342. 566-1 change to $ 900 to $850 343. 566-2 change to $ 850 to $800 344. 566-3 changeto$ 500 to $450 345. 566-4 changeto$ 500 to $450 346. 566-5 changeto$ 500 to $450347.566-6 change to $ 500 to $450348.566-7 change to $ 500 to $450349.566-8 change to $ 700 to $700350.566-9 change to $ 500 to $450351.Putinto contingency account total would be $16,440352.Haahr: Second353.Meirowitch: Call to Question354.Thomas: Second355. 356.VoteonAmendment: 9-5-2

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Thomas: Motion to lower Quorum to 10 Ruppert: Second Took hand voteQuorum was lowered to 10Amendment 13Jakes-Johnson: motion to reverse amendment 10 Freidl: Second 8 to 7 voted no to a Hasty Action Reversal Motion Haahr: Motion to make a Hasty Action Amendment to reverse last amendment Lagares: objection Majority vote was taken 8-6-0 Haahr: Motion to Amend Account#612 change from $1,850 to $1,651 Remaining money will go into account # 947 2/3 vote is neededtoconsider-357.Amendment passes358.359.Amendment11360.Attigliato: Motion to Amend361.Account #362.760-1 change from $0 to $400363.Contingency total would be $16,040364.Barnhart: Second365.Simmons: Call to Question366.Friedl: Second367. 368.Vote on Amendment: 9-5-2369.Amendment passes370.371.Amendment 12372.Barnhart: Motion to Amend373.Account #374.612 change from $ 1850 to $1650375.Put extra money into account #947 total would be $16,240376.Haahr: Second377.Provost: Call to Question378.Thomas: Second379. 380.VoteonAmendment: 3-9-4381.Amendment Fails382. 383.Storch: 5 min recess 384. Thomas: Second 385. Meeting resumed at 10:15 386. 387. 388. 389. 390.391.392. 393. 394. 395. 396. 397. 398. 399. 400. 401. 402. 403.

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75.,-404. Voteonmotion: 9-5-1 405. Motion will be considered 406. 407. Haarh: Call to Question 408. Barnhart: Second 409. 410. Vote on Amendment:6-5-3 411. Amendment passes 412. 413.Amendment 14414. Provost: Motion to Amend 415. Account#416. 855 change from $500 to $400 417. 856 change from $700 to $400 418. Add left over money to account#947 419. Toso: Second 420. Haarh:Call to Question 421. Friedl: Second 422. 423. VoteonAmendment: 8-6-0 424. Amendment passes 425 . 426 .Amendment 15 ..... Ruppert: Motion to Amend 427. 428. Account#429. 565 change to $ 800 to $851430. 566 change to $1,200 to $1,301 431. 566-1 change to $ 850 to $901432. 566-2 change to$450 to$501433. 566-4 change to$450 to $ 501 434. 566-5 change to $ 450 to $ 501 435. 566-6change to $ 450 to $501436. 566-8 change to $ 450 to $501437. 566-9 change to$450 to$501438. 612 change to$1,651 to$1,851 439. 855 change to$400 to$501440. 856 change to $ 400 to $501441. Total left in account#947 is $15,626 442. Thomas: Second 443. Haarh: Call to Question 444. Thomas: Second 445. 446. Vote on Amendment: 5-8-1 447. Amendment Fails 448. 449. Meirowitch: Call to Question on Bill

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" 450.45l.452. 453. 454.455.456. 457. \, 458. 459. 460.46l.462. 463. 464. 465. 466. 467. 468. 469. 470.47l.472.473. 474. 475. 476. 477. 478. 479. 480.48l.482. 483. 484. 485. 486. 487. 488. 489. 490.49l.492. 493. 494.-495. Toso: Second VoteonBill: 9-5-0 Student Association Budget 2000-2001 PASSES!!!!New BusinessNew Legislation: SLE.35.58 Sponsors: Toso SLE.35.59 Sponsors: Haarh, Barnhart RES.35.16 Sponsored by acclimation RES.35.17 Sponsors: Haarh, Kemp, Toso Barnhart: Motion to table to Health and Safety for up to one week Voteonmotion: 11-2 Motion passesPublic Comment and AnnouncementsDirectorofFinance: expressed his concern to let the senate know that he was not involved in anyofthe appeals process. President Cheeks: Thank everyone for tonight and give a hand to the Clerk Kim. Vice President Storch: Would like to thank Dr. Scharfenberger, Kim Stegmayer, Simon Bauerle, Assisstant DirectorofCommunication, Dr. Hughes, and all the students that came out tonight that aren't apartofthe Senate. Also thanked all Senators for staying till the endofthe meeting.Itwas very respectable. Proxy Simmons: Just like to say as a Proxy Senator that the words integrity and respect have been tossed around in a lotofthe debates, and for anyone to walk outofhere with any dignity or respect, I think each and every Senator should be ashamedofthemselves. This was unbelievable, the disrespect for the campus, this place was worse than a circus. As a memberofthe 36thLegislative Session, Iama little worried about coming back, at this total chaos tonight, for anybody to be proudofwhat they've done tonight,it'sunbelievable. Vice President Storch: I just want to say on behalfofmyself and my Senate that you all have integrity and you all did a greatjobfor even showing up [applause]. Thanks to the people in the back from different organizations for showing up you've done a greatjobby taking a step beyond about 6,500 students on this campus to get involved totrytomake this campus a better place. For anyone to

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"'", 496. 497. 498. 499. 500.50l.502. 503. 504. 505. 506. 507. 508. '\ 509. 510.51l.512. 513. 514. 515. 516. 517. 518. 519. 520.52l.522. 523. 524. 525. 526. 527. say that you all should be ashamedofyourselves when you work so hard, I take that as a personal insult, and I am proudofallofyou for taking the first step to even get involved [applause]. Chris Smith: April 2t\ all Senators come to the S.A.P.B.I S.A. pool party. Good way to come together in a social atmosphere and see people outsideofSenate. Senator Provost: thanks those who have helped. Senator Attigliatto: Apologized for off-comment to Senator Jakes-Johnson. Senator Barnhart: Would like to address what Proxy Simmons said. Voted consistently in every vote. Still holds his integrity, and the comment reassured himofhisintegrity. Senator Lukowski: Gave his decisions a lotofthought. The comments really disturbedhim,insteadofcriticizing the Senate, should setanexample for the Senate. Shouldn't have said what was said. Senator Thomas: The comments should not have generalized the way they did. What some do does not account for the actionsofall the Senators. Senator Haahr: Apologized to WTOP for off-comment earlier. Tasheema Braxton: HUBAC is having Casino Night April 24thAll should attend. Senator Meirowitch: Motion to Adjourn. Senator Barnhart: Second Meeting ended at 12:00 P,M. Respectfully Submitted by: Kimberly Stegmayer, Senate Clerk

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STUDENT ASSOCRATRON.-.... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 HewittUnion Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410",CALENDAROFEVENTSFORSENATORS4/11/00Budget Meeting 4/16/00 through 4/21/00DepartmentofGreek Affairs presents Greek Week. Contact Laura Kinsley or Vinny Pietrafasaofthe Deparlment ofGreek Affairs for more information. 4/ l8100-Senate meeting 4/19100Quest Day and Honors Convocation 4/22/00 Earlh Day. Contact NYPIRG for more infOlmation on earlh day activities. 4/25/00Last Senate Meetingof35th Legislative session Sendoff to all Senior Senators 4/25/00 and 4/26/00Blood Drive in Hewitt Union. 8 AM-8 PM. 4/27/00Pool party cosponsored with Student Association Programming Board. Come out and meet someofthe people that make programming happen here on campus. Contact Chris SmithinSAPBorJoe Storch for more information. 4/28/006 P.M.All Senators and Student Association meet at Waterbury Hall for the Sheldon Leader-Waterbury Hall 24 Hour relay to benefit the Tom Chapman Scholarship Fund. We will all walk together for approximately 1 hourina set route around the campus. Remembertohave your sponsor sheets filled out by then. 4/29/00Special Olympics. Contact Community Services for more information. 4/29/00 and 4/30/00May Day Weekend. 5/2/00First Senate meetingofthe 36th legislative session. Remember to have your petitions filled out or to be elected through Hall Council for this meeting, the lastofthe school year. 5/5/00Last dayofclasses 5/12/00torch lighting ceremony 5/13/00Graduation 5/14/00Student Association Programming Board presents on Dirt Day, the send off for allofour seniors.

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Recommendationsofthe Senate Finance CommitteeStudentAssociation Organizationsl-CommunityServices:=(stays the same as was recommended) 2-Rainbow Alliance Newsletter: +200 (towhatwas recommended) 3-Rainbow Alliance Books&Pub.:+1504-Rainbow Alliance Video:=5-Rainbow Alliance Advertising:=6-WTOP News:+200 ''''"' 7-IRSASummerOffice Assistants:=8-IRSA Equipment&Supplies: + 1,000 9-IRSA Intramural Program Expense:=10-IRSA Intramural Awards:=ll-IRSALifeguards: +1,000 12-IRSA Administrative Assistants: +1,000 Grants l-LDS Grant:+802-LARC Grant: +120 3-ALANA Speakers Grant:-2004-DUCO Grant:+250-

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session 24 th Meeting18April 2000 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes N. ApprovalofAgendawww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410V.Guestsofthe Senate Thorn Hanford, Academic Affairs Director

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STUDENTASOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY 13126 Senate 35thLegislative Session 24thMeeting18April, 2000www.oswcgo.cdu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410SENATE MINUTES1.The meeting started at 6:05 P.M. 2.13Senators were present 3. Senators present: Attigliato, Ferguson, Friedl, Haahr, Jakes-Johnson, Lukowski, 4. Meirowitch, Merrick, Provost, Hubbell, Toso, Weinberg, Wyshosky5.Merrick: ApprovalofMinutes6.Attigliato: Second7.Weinberg: ApprovalofAgenda8.Toso: Second9.10. Guests of Senate11. Academic Affairs Director, Thorn Hanford did not attend this weeks Senate meeting. 12.13. Executive Report14. President Saleem Cheeks: Signed budget into law yesterday (April 17,2000). Should 15. be a new copyofthe revisedbudget in Senate packet. Budget will take effect July 1, 16. 2000 when the fiscal year starts. Wanted to thank Senators Barnhart, Provost, and17.Lukowski for taking time to participate in the focus group last Thursday (April 13, 18.2000). These senators expressed concern in regards to how the school logos looked.19.Focus group will use the talent that is here on the campus to come up with new school 20. logos. On behalfofthe DirectorsofGreek Affairs, I would like to thank the Senate 21. for funding Greek Week. (Showed Senate Greek Week T-shirt). Tomorrow 22. (April 19,2000) is Quest Day. Cheeks has closed Student Services so those students 23. can take part in the day's activities. Thursday (April 20, 2000) in the Hewlett Union 24. Ballroom the LARC awards will take place. Would like to thank Senators Friedl, 25. Toso, Attigliato, and Buddie for all their work that they have done in the Senate this 26. year. 27. 28. Vice President Joe Storch: Please remember that a week from Friday night (April 28, 29.2000)is the Waterbury/Sheldon leaders 24-hour relay. Come out and represent the 30. Senate. Show this campus what SAisand that SA really cares about the campus. We 31. are meeting at 6:00 P.M. In frontofWaterbury Hall.Ifyou can, please get a few 32. sponsors, all the money made goes to the Thomas Chapman Scholarship Fund which 33. helps a non-traditional student come to campus. The signed budget is included in the

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\ .1""" 34. Senate packet.Ifyou have any questions please see President Cheeksorme. The 35. minutes were finishedonWednesday morning and put into everyone's mail boxesby36. 1:OOP.M.Please come into the S.A office and check your mailboxes, there are some 37. mailboxes that have extraordinary amountsofmail.Forthose Senators interested in 38. continuingonin the Senate please pick up a petition. Would liketocongratulate the 39. Gospel choir for a wonderful dinner Sunday night (April 16, 2000). Thanks to the 40. JSD, they invited Ruth Ruber to speak about Oswego being a safe haven for Jews 41. during the Holocaust. Congratulationstothe DepartmentofGreek Affairs for putting 42.onGreek Week. Remember April 28, 2000 is the pool party with SAPB. Want to talk 43. about the two proposals that were written in as Bills, 60 and 61. Please take a long 44. hard look at them. Itcanchange Senate for the better or for the worst, and thisisupto45. the Senate to decide. I will be leaving Thursday (April 20, 2000)togo home for the 46. holidays.Ifyouhave any bills or resolutions please get theminbyThursday morning. 47. Next week is the last meeting for all the senior Senators so we will be having a send 48.offfor them. 49. 50. Christine Staufenberg: AllIhave for tonight are the account numbers: 51. Account # 947$-22,127.97 52. 948$-2,022.75 53. 949$0 54.55. NYPIRG Report56. Michelle Gully: The Earth Day celebration isonThursday (April 20, 2000).Itis57. going to be heldinthe Quad. Come out andjoinin it-shouldbefun.NYPIRGisstill 58. pressuring Senator Wright to make sure TAP is increased and financial aid is keptas59. solid as we want it to be. Gully is leaving Oswegoatthe endofthis semestertogo 60. study Public Interest and EnvironmentalLawin Vermont at Farwell College.Inher 61. two years here she has seen amazing things and has worked with many amazing 62. people. Someofthose people are sitting here in this Senate. She wants to focus not on 63. what she has doneonthis campus but what she hopes you will remember. The 64. student movement in this country is something that she takes every seriously. The 65. power and potentialofstudents is unbelievable. A lotoftimes peopledon'tthink that 66. they have potentialortheir opinions count. But they do. You can make a difference. 67. Fighting for an issue that you care aboutcanmake all the difference in the world. 68. You should fight for them.Itwill give your life greater meaning. Gully ended with 69. her favorite quote that she feels encompasses everything that she has said tonight 70. "The greatest evil in a society is not the few who destroy but the many that sit idly 71. by." 72.73. Committee Reports74. Health and Safety: 75. Lukowski: would like to amend RES.35.17. Change line 17from"Stanley 76.Toaddress this issue and come up with a mutually beneficial solution to 77. ".....Stanleytomandate that professors teaching classes have office hours for 78. durationoftheir course with minimumof3 office hours per week to address this 79. issue and come up...."

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Provost: Motion to lower Quorum to 10 Friedl: Second Took hand vote: 7-5-1 Quorum lowered to 10 SLE.35.59 May 1970 Remembrance Sponsors:Haahr,Barnhart Provost: Motiontowaive reading Merrick: SecondHaahr:Itis important to remember Mayof1970... '.... -80. 81. Policy Planning: No Report 82. 83. Recruitment: No Report 84. 85. College Community and Relations:NoReport 86. 87. Elections: No Report 88. 89. Environmental Awareness:NoReport 90. 91. Finance: No Report 92. 93. Procedure and Finance:NoReport 94.95. General Orders96.Legislation Pending97. 98. SLE.35.58 Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee II 99. Sponsors: Toso 100. Provost: Motion to waive reading 101. Jakes-Johnson: Second 102. Toso: thinks this bill is a good idea, its cheaper, more efficient, reach moreI03. people, and save more resources. 104. 105. Provost: Call to Question 106. Toso: Second 107. 108. VoteonBill: 10-2-1 109. SLE.35.58 Passes 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. Meirowitch: Call to Question 124. Provost: Second 125.

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-. 126. Vote on Bill: 9-0-4 127. SLE.35.59 Passes 128. 129. RES.35.17 Need for Summer/IntercessionOffice Hours 130. Sponsors: Haahr, Kemp, Toso 131. Provost: Motion to waive Reading 132. Jakes-Johnson: Second 133. Haahr: Great idea to have an advisor office hours available to students 134. Toso: Had a class that was difficult and it helpedto have the office hours 135. available to her, when she needed help. 136. Lukowski: Motion to Amend Change line 17 from "......Stanley 137. To address this issue and come up with a mutually beneficial solution....." to 138. ..... Stanley to mandate that professors teaching classes have office hours for 139. durationoftheir course with minimumof3 office hours per week to address this 140. issue and come up.... 141. Haahr: Second 142. 143. Jakes-Johnson: Call to Question 144. Provost: Second 145. 146. Vote on Amendment: 10-0-3 147. Amendment Passes 148.-149. Meirowitch: had summer classes, you are in class for about three hours a day, five 150. days a week, its pretty rough.Don'treally want to see the professor after. Good to 151. mandate some kindofoffice hours, but 3 hours is a lot to ask, maybe two. 152. 153. Toso: Call to Question 154. Merrick: Second 155. 156. Vote on Bill: 11-2-0 157. RES.3 5 .17 Passes 158.159. New Business160. New Legislation161. SLE.36.60 CreationofNewSenate Seats I 162. (Did not have 2/3 sponsorship, violated constitutional amendment process.) 163. 164. SLE.35.61 CreationofNewSenate Seats II 165. Attigliato: Motion to waive reading 166. Meirowitch: Second 167. Took Hand Vote: 7-6-0 168. Reading Waived 169. 170. Sponsors:Nosponsors-171.

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172.RES.35.19 Thank you to Senator Buddie 173.174.Merrick: Motion tobepassedbythe body175.Toso:Second176.Provost: Motion to passbyAcclamation177.Merrick: Second178.179.RES.35.19 PassedbyAcclamation 180.181.RES.35.20 Thank you to Michelle Gully182.Storch: Is going todosomething different, recipientsofresolutions will stand183.nexttohim at the podium. 184.185.Toso: Motion to be sponsoredbythe body 186. Merrick: Second187.188.Attigliato: Motiontopass by Acclamation189.Meirowitch: Second190.191. Public Comment and Announcement192.Storch:JSUissponsoring the documentary "Safe Haven" in the Steeper Bell193.Auditorium. Don't the Waterbury/Sheldon leaders 24-hour relay.Weshould all194.dothis together.195.Provost:Ifanyone would like Senator Buddie's email, he hasit.196.197. Adjournment198.Haahr: Motion to Adjourn199.Toso: Second 200. 201. Meeting ended at 7:30 P.M. 202.203.204. 205. 206. 207. Respectfully Submittedby:208. KimberlyStegmayer 209. S.A. Clerk

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON.-. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Senate 35 th Legislative Session 25 th Meeting 25 April 2000I.Call to Order II. Roll Call III. ApprovalofMinutes IV. ApprovalofAgendaV.Guestsofthe Senatewww.oswego.edu/-studentaAGENDA(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .. ...VI. Executive Report Saleem Cheeks, President Joseph Storch, Vice President Christine Staufenberg, Assistant DirectorofFinance VII. NYPIRG Report VIII. Committee Reports IX. Generall Orders A.Legislation Pending Special Orders l.SLE.35.62 Student Association Computer Room Overhaul Package B. DiscussionofUnfinished Business X. New Business A.New Legislation l.RES.35.21 Thank YoutoAmanda Friedl 2.RES.35.22 Thank YoutoJoe Attigliatto 3.RES.35.23 Thank YoutoBrian Fragola 4.RES.35.24 Thank YoutoDave Meirowitch 5.RES.35.25 Thank You! 6.RES.35.26 Many Thanks for a Great Event B. DiscussionofNew Business XI. Public Comment and Announcements XII. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKONI"" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 25thMeeting 25 April, 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410The meeting started at6:lOP.M.16Senators were present Senators present: Attigliato, Barnhart, Friedl, Haahr, Jakes-Johnson, Kemp Lloyd, Lukowski, Meirowitch, Merrick, Provost, Ruppert, Hubbell, Toso, Weinberg Wyshosky Toso: ApprovalofMinutes Barnhart: Second Attigliato: ApprovalofAgenda Toso: Second .. SENATEMINUTES1.2. 3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11. GuestsofSenate12. Off-Campus Senator Larry Provost: "Good Evening,I'ma little nervous about being 13. up here. I tried to hold back on this sortofthing but it is apparent to me this must be 14. brought out. Iamnot in the businessofattackingstudents, but there has been so much 15. crap going on this year and too many people have been hurt. So Iamgonna say it and 16. Iamgonna say it now.Ifyou have any questions feel free to ask me andifyou17. disagree with me, feel free to disagree with me. I am reflecting my opinion and the 18. opinionofmanyofmy constituents. Brett Stevensofthe Oswegonian is responsible 19. for muchofthe distrust and disunity hereonthis campus. Stevens has veiled his 20. paper in a cloudofsecrecy that has hurt people, distorted the facts and appeals to the 21. darker impulsesofthe human spirit.What'sworse is when asked to do better for the 22. paper and work out his differences with others, he has refused. This is notanattack 23. on the Oswegonian.It'sa rebuke against the policies former editor Stevens as my 24. sincere hope that these things will not be repeated next year. Lets start with the article 25. that concerned NYPIRG. The article used sourcesoffthe internet,that'snot 26. necessarily bad within itself but for journalistic practices many people tell you quite 27. frankly that it sucks.Italso came from Big Business,nowBig Business is something 28. that I particularly support is often against the causesofthe environment, workers 29. rights and many things that NYPIRG has worked for on this campus. The article also 30. stated that Michelle Gully was our NYPIRG person, Michele is our directorof31. NYPIRG and should be respected as such. He also stated that all students are a partof32. NYPIRG which is also not true. I was asked to me a memberofNYPIRGthis year 33. but I refused as I did not have time. There was also something in the Oswegonian

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-34. about the leadership conference and why wasn't the Oswegonian invitedto35. participate. The Oswegonian was invited. I personally saw an invitation placed in 36. their mailbox. Most every other campus group said they received theirs. Idon'tknow 37. why theydidn'tget theirs, but hey I know nothing about it but they certainly were 38. invited. We want this campustobe for all students. We need not talk about the 39. election for all sides have gripes about that one. Lets talk about the correctionofwhat 40. was written this year or the settingofprecedence whichissomething we do each 41. week. Someofthe membersofthe Senate have had more serious issues with the 42. Oswegonian. Idon'tknow whether it is true and to an extent I could care less, but I 43. do know the Peace Institute offered to have an informal and non-formal conference 44. with nay memberofthe Oswegonian andany memberofthe Student Association. I 45. conveyed this offer personally to Editor Stevensand he emailed me back saying he 46. was not awarethere was any issues with the Oswegonian and the SA. Well obviously 47. from the eventsofrecent we all know that's a loadofbull. For the article about 48. Senator Meirowitch and Editor Stevens, that I will not go into anymore, was 49. published the nest week with the headline that the Oswegonian labeled "Gonian 50. Editor and Student Government Official", go figure. Then afterwards I discussed with 51. Dr. Scharfenberger, President Cheeks, and the Vice President about having some sort 52.ofathletic event against the Oswegonianjust for fun as a peace gesture, these events 53. have been used in the past as a great toolofcommunication. After trying to reach 54. editor Stevens 8 times, 3 via email, 3 notes left, and 2 personal visits with Mr. 55. Stevens. Nothing in two weeks "Well get back to you Senator". Eventually yesterday 56. I got the answerofno. I triedtopersuade him one more time to do something, 57. obviously he cannot be forced to do something. He said that he would pass around a 58. sheetonFridaytoseeifhisE-board wanted to do softballorsome athletic event. 59. Nobody wanted to do anything and that's okay. Well I asked forananswer to why I 60. had to contact him 8 times before I received an answer I was told that Brett was not 61. there, as the Vice President has seen today I have sprinted down like a paratrooper 62. from the SA office, I make it down there in about12seconds and magically editor 63. Stevens is there. The people on the line said that they had gonetocheck for editor 64. Stevens. It is clear that Editor Stevens had no interest this year other than veil and 65. protect his paper in secrecy, when he can here last semester talking about the threats 66. to his paper, he made his own case against himself, I ask that he publicly release all 67. the letters that were written to the Oswegonian in response to the papers practices this 68. year. Believe me folks there are a lotofthem. I speak as a senator but not for the 69. Senate as a whole for certainly not allofyou agree with me, but manyofyou share 70. my concerns. Someofus are simply to afraid to criticize another campus group and 71. that it would set a bad precedent. Though they are funded through us. There is 72. nothing to fear from the Oswegonian mostofthe membersofthe Oswegonian are 73. great people. But I also ask to remember that membersofthe Oswegonian 74. themselves have said that the newspaper has turned into a ragofa paper. Its not the 75. paper that won awards in 1983 for being oneofthe great college newspapers. Several 76. membersofthe Oswegonian have told us personally that the paper is a load. I say cut 77. the cry baby crap and get it out into the open. The paper is morally going down hill 78. due to its leadership. It represents our campus, and makes our campus look bad to 79. prospective students and parents, to see comments that your newspaper is a rag. They

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Assistant DirectorofFinance Christine Staufenberg: Account # 947 $-22,127.97 948$-2,022.75 949$0 Finance Department does not find anything wrong with Bill #62. Vice President Joe Storch: Tonight is the last Senate meetingofthe35thLegislative session, I have sheets for those that wanttocontinue, see me afterwards. Would like to congratulate all those to won awards at the Lark dinner. Would like to put in a plug for Black Friars, Oedipus in Havana opens tonight at 8PM.Don'tforget the Waterbury/Sheldon Hall 24 hour relay Friday night at 6PM. Show the campusthat you are campus leaders. This school looks to you. Hope that everyone had a good holiday. Decided not to put minutes in boxes, no one was picking them up. Instead I will bring them to the meeting. Tonight we arehonoring some senators and it is a pleasure to be doing it."Tothe Senior Senators thanks for all your work, and thanks for all that you have done, I appreciate the workofeach and every oneofyou. My one pieceofadvice that I may give to you guys is to never lose that spark, never lose the feelingofgoing out and trying to make where ever you are a better place, you have done it here and you have all done a great job. Go out and do even bigger things out in the real world as they call it. To Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman I look forward to working with you all. We are goingtoaccomplish good things next year." Any legislation for the 36thlegislative session please have it in my mailbox by noononFriday. Because 35.17 was unsigned and not vetoed, it will die. It will not become Student Association Law. . 80. say that youcan'tfight the press. I am not fighting the press, I am saying that what 81. happened this year is dishonorable and quite frankly that it sucks. My feeling is 82. things will be better nest year. In all fairness I invited Editor Stevens to come back 83. next week so he has the chance to defend himself." 84. 85. Executive Report 86. PresidentSaleem Cheeks: Congratulated Senate on doing a good job. Felt that it was 87. important that everyone knows that the Student Association and the Oswegonian have 88. no problems.Ifthere are any problems between individuals in either organization he 89. encourages them to work them out. All students are membersofNYPIRGbecause 90. their student association dollars go toward funding this organization. This summer we 91. will be convening a committee that will start preliminary work on the revisionofthe 92. constitution.Ifanyone is interested please let him know. Want to have the 93. preliminary work done so that when we return in the fall we canjustbegin working 94.onit.Signed the legislation that was sent to him last week except for RES.17. He 95.didn'tagree with the negative message that it sent. He didn't veto it. In the package is 96. Bill 62, this calls for a account to be created with Senate approval to be run into the 97. red concurrent to thatofthe money found at the endofthe year. Its been a pleasure 98. working with everyone and will see the new Senators next week. 99. 100 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125.

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I"'" 126.NYPRIG Report: None127.128. Committee Reports:129. Health and Safety: None 130. 131. Policy Planning: None 132. 133. Recruitment: None 134. 135. College Communities and Relations: None 136. 137. Elections: None 138. 139. Environmental Awareness: None 140. 141. Finance: None 142. 143. Procedure and Finance: None 144.145. GeneralOrders146. A. Legislation Pending 147. Special Orders 148. 149.8L.35.62Student Association Computer Room Overhaul Package 150. Sponsors: Toso, Provost, Merrick 151. Toso: Each organization has a set date by which they can spend money from their 152. accounts, when that date is passed their money goes into allocation. Before this 153. money goes into allocation it will be put into this account for the SA computer 154. room. 155. Provost: Computer Room has a lotofproblems and this money can be used to 156. help make it more efficient 157. Merrick: Computers are really important and we can use this money to help make 158. the computer room better. 159. 160. 161. Meirowitch: Call to Question 162. VoteonBill: 13-0-2 163. Bill Passes 164. 165. B. DiscussionofUnfinished Business 166. Storch: This is something new, in the old agendasifthere is anything newor167. discussion that senators would like to bring to the senate, this would be the place 168. to do it. Children International has sent us our child, they sent a package with a "', 169. nice cover letter and stuff about our child. Her name is Maria Cruz. She is from 170. Santiago. This is something to be proud of. 171. Provost: We should publicize this in a appropriate manner. We should let the

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172. 173. 174. 175. 176.177.178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210. 211. 212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217. whole campus know that we have done this.Itwould set a good example. New BusinessA.NewLegislation RES.35.21 Thank You to Amanda Friedl Toso: Motion to be Sponsored by Body Merrick: Second Jakes-Johnson: Amanda has been a great model for allofus. She has always been objective. Toso: Amanda did a greatjobwith the Bush-Moby concert. Everyone shouldknowhowmuch hard work she put into thisconcert. Attigliato: Motion to be passes by Acclamation Meirowitch: Second RES.35.22 Thank You to Joe Attigliato Meirowitch: Motion to Amend Change all lines that contain the word "Attigliatto" and change in to "Attigliato" with one T. Meirowitch: When first asked to be a Senator he took it as ajokebut Joe did a greatjobthis year Storch: I have worked with Joe the entire year, he is in the SA office more than everyone else, he has done a great job. Provost: Motion to be Sponsored by Body Toso: Second Meirowitch: Motion to be passed by Acclamation Toso: Second RES, 35.23 Thank You to Brian Fragola Provost: Motion to be sponsored by the Body Toso: Second Attigliato: Brian does a great Job. Meirowitch: Brain is a really good person and a good role model for everyone Provost: Motion to pass by Acclamation Merrick Second RES, 35.24 Thank You to Dave Meirowitch Barnhart: Motion to be sponsored by the body Provost: Second Barnhart: Dave is oneofthe reasons that I am here. I got involved in Senate becauseofDave and I thank him. Attigliato: Dave showed me the ropes and I thank him for that. Lukowski: Dave was always here to help me and I wanted to thank. him. Cheeks: I have learned a lot from him and would like to thank him Attigliato: Motion to make friendly amendment-Line 16 add "WHEREAS Senator Meirowitch is the hardest working student on campus." Toso: Call to question on the amendment

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\ .. ". 218. 219. 220.22I.222. 223. 224. 225. 226. 227. 228. 229. 230.23l.232. 233. 234. 235. 236. 237. 238. 239. 240.24I.242. 243. 244. 245. 246. 247. 248. 249.250.25I.252. 253. 254. 255. 256. 257. 258. 259. 260.26I.262. 263. Hand Vote Taken 16-0-0 Amendment Passes Toso: Motion to Pass by Acclamation Provost: SecondRES.35.25 Thank You! Merrick: Motion to be Sponsored by the Body Provost: Second Cheeks: These Ladies do a lotofwork to keep theSArunning smoothly and deserve to be thanked, they help us a lot Toso: Motion to Amend Change line 2 to "are crucial to the Student Association. Provost: Motion to be passes by Acclamation Friedl: SecondRES.35. 26 Thanks for a Great Event Attigliato: Motion to be Sponsored by the Body Barnhart: Second Provost: This was a great event and should be recognized by the community and campus. Many people came out for this event. Meirowitch: Motion to be passed by General Consent Friedl: Second B. DiscussionofNewBusiness Storch: This is any information that a Senator would like the Senate to look into but not in Bill form. Barnhart: I would like to say to any Senators that will be participating in the 36thlegislative session, this year there has been two clicks, I hope that next year even though we will never be a unified body we should try to work toward a unified goal.Weare here for the students, this is our job. Public Comment and Announcement Storch: Go check out the Blackfriars,they are going to do a good job, they always do.Itwas an absolute pleasure having all those senators up here with me,I'mstill kind new here butitwas really a pleasure to work with them. Friedl: In the future try to keep personal feelings inside and do what is right for the senate. May Day is this weekend, come out there is a lotoffun things to do. Thank you and good luck next year. Meirowitch: Thanks everybody, and also thanks to Thorn Hanford he has been Academic Affairs director this year Kemp: Also wanted to say thanks, he did not even know what Senate was before this year and would like to say thanks to everyone for making it a good experience. He will not be returned next year because he has taken another position. Haarh: Wanted to thank everybody especially Tim Barnhart for making him feel

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264. welcome. 265. Provost: Wantedtothank Tim Barnhart for helping him out a lot.Hewould also 266. like to thank Senator Toso for all the help that she has given him. 267.268. Adjournment269. Toso: Motion to Adjourn 270. Provost: Second 271. The meeting endedat7:00 P.M. 272. 273. 274. Respectfully Submitted by: 275. Kimberly Stegmayer 276. SA Clerk

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STUDENTASSOCIATION-OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 HewittUnionOswego,NY13126 www.oswego.edu/ studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ---EXECUTIVE ORDER #1 CENTRO STICKERS FUND STUDENT ACTIVITIESWHEREAS,in this year's budget,SAhad to allocate $55,950 to support off-campus bus service for students; andWHEREAS,this cost is too high forSAto continue paying, as other partsofour budget suffer from a lackoffunding; andWHEREAS,free Centro service off-campus only benefits a select groupofstudents who liveoffcampus and do not have cars, while all students are paying about $9.00 per year to support this service whether they ever useitor not; andWHEREAS,continuing to fund free Centro service off campus would put services before and above activities for students who pay the Student Activity Fee; andWHEREAS,selling Centro stickers will benefit the student body as a whole andSAinthe following ways:1)Centro is already budgeted for this year, so the sales money can be used to pay for partofnext year's Centro contract. By doing this we willbeable to budget more funds for campus activities. 2) A Centro pass for $10.00 per year would pay for itself in two weeksofconsistently riding the busoffcampus and therefore this is still a great deal for off-campus students. 3)SAwillbeable to find out how many students actually ride the bus regularly. With this number, we can estimate how much less wecanbudget for Centro next year, and how much more we can budget for campus activities.THEREFORE BE IT ORDEREDthat Centropasses willbesold at the Student Services windows for $6.00 per semester or $10.00 per year including the summer.BE IT FURTHER ORDEREDthat a liability accountbecreated to use this year's Centro pass sales' money to pay down nextyear'sCentro contract.BE IT FINALLY ORDEREDthat another liability account be created to use this year's Nite-Life Shuttle revenue to pay down next year's Centro co tract as well.Date

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11_._ 202HewittUnionOswego,NY13126I:(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410EXECUTIVE ORDER #2 EXECUTIVE BOARD&EXECUTIVE BRANCH STRUCTUREWHEREAS,it is important that the compositionofthe Executive Board and Branch be clear to all students, senators, and officersofthe Association.THEREFORE BE IT ORDEREDthat the Executive Board be composedofthe following:1)President 2) Vice President 3) DirectorofFinance 4) DirectorofCommunications 5) SAPB Director (as an ex-officio member who does not work for the SA President)BE IT FURTHER ORDEREDthat the Executive Branch be composedofall Executive Board members, their Assistants, as well as all other existing directors as follows: (3) Co-DirectorsofGreek Affairs (See SLE.29.79) (1) DirectorofCollege and Academic Mfairs (See SLE.34.29) (1) Diversity Director (See SLE.34.28) (2) Co-DirectorsofStudent Services (Assistant DirectorsofFinance) (See SLE.30.78) (1) DirectorofCentral Mfairs (President's Executive Assistant) (See addendum)(1)Director of Residential Affairs (Vice President's Executive Assistant) (See addendum) /)

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STUDENTASOCliATliON/"'" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315) 341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Position Description President's Executive Assistantl Director of Central AffairsInaddition to assisting the Student Association President as necessary, the DirectorofCentral Affairs shall have the following responsibilities: -Attend Student Assembly Conferences when funds are available. -Act as a liaison between Oswego SA and other student governments and student organizations, such as SASU (Student Associationofthe State University), NYPIRG (New York Public Interest Research Group), and USSA (United States Student Association). -Represent Oswego students on SUNY and state-wide issues. (e.g. SUNY Trustee .... activities, legislation that would effect SUNY Oswego, tuition and fees, etc.) -Maintain close relations with our Mayor, City Council, State Senator, and State Assemblyman. -. MS 9/5/99

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STUDENT ASOCKATKONI"'" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY 1.3126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta(.315) .341-.3601 Fax (.315) .341-5410Assistant Vice PresidentofResidence Hall Atfairs.Job DescriptionDuties include: Schedulingandorganizing meetingsofthe Student AssociationInter-Hall Council (I.H.C.) Work with campus Hall Directors to organizeandexecute timely hall council elections for halls without SenateandI.H.C representation Serve as the main line of communication between the Student Associationandresidence halls Organize the"Senate Tour"meetingsatvarious hallsaroundcampus Work closely with Hall Council Presidents Perform and/or assist in any other assigned duties Responsibilities: Attend allyourmeetings Hold office hours in the S.A. office (approx.5-10hrsJweek) Reportatleast once a week on your progress Attend weekly Senate meetings on Tuesday nightsat6 p.m. in 104 Lanigan Hall

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STUDENT ASOCliATliON"""'" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edul-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410DateEXECUTIVEORDER#3COLLEGECOMMUNITYEXCHANGEDAYSMarch13and15, 2000WHEREASthe Student Association represents the interestsofOswego State's students, and more than halfofour students live off-campus, and,WHEREASa strong relationship between the student body and the Oswego community is vitaltoimproving the Oswego area and providing students with real world opportunities, and,WHEREASthis week Student Association officers attended the Oswego Common Council meeting to learn about community issues, and,WHEREAStoday community leaders have come to learn more about the issues and work facing student government on our campus, and, .... WHEREAStoday we celebrate the collaboration and relationship between the college and the Oswego community,THEREFOREBEITORDEREDthat the Student Association declare March13and 15, 2000, College Community Exchange Days. BE ITFURTHERORDEREDthat the Student AssociationofSUNY Oswego thank all the students, college officials, and community leaders who have participated in these events. Matthew Silvennan Student Association President

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202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126STUDENT ASSOCIATION'
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Student Association Bill [SLE.35.02] Fall Elections Committee DutiesSTUDENT ASSOCIATION-" OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 2ndMeeting 7 September 1999 www.oswego.edu/-studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 WHEREAS,it is vital that Senate Committees are active all year round; and .WHEREAS,other than creating an election timetable and other minor preparations for the spring, the Elections Committee shouldbemore active in the fall; andWHEREAS,the levelofstudent voting in the local, state, and federal elections last fall was very poor, even though many students were registered to vote:THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Elections Committeebeinvolved in voter registration, voter education, and a"GetOutTheVote" (GOTV) campaign each fall semester.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the Elections Committeeberesponsible for producing a voter guide, either as a committee projectoras a collaborative effort with other groups,suchas NYPIRG.1)Theformat and races coveredbysuch a guide wouldbedecided at the discretionofthe committee, and other organizations involved in the creationofthe guide. 2) Any guide created shallbestrictly non-partisan and shall project information in an even-handed manner. 3) Distributionofthis guide shallbetargeted toward residential and non-residential students, and copiesofthe guide shallbeproduced in the number equal to or greater than1/4ofthe entire student population.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat the elections Committee engageorcollaborate with other groups in aGOTVcampaign. 1) Such a campaignmayinclude: educating studentsoffcampus where their polling places are helping students use absentee ballots advertising government elections through posting, chalking, media ads, etc. assisting NYPIRG and any other community groups that run GOTV campaigns busing students to polling placesintown DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 21 September 1999 SUBMITTED BY:SPONSOREDBY: SENATE ACTION Passed 15YON2AThe Executive BranchJoeStorch, Gloria Toso,BenJakes-Johnson att Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASOCKATKON....-. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate35thLegislative Session 2ndMeeting 7 September 1999StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.03]AmendSA Fee Policy to Include SummerRefundsWHEREAS, the current refund policy SLE.34.24 does not include a policy for sununerrefunds;and WHEREAS, SA charges a $5.00 Student Activity Fee for the summer session; and WHEREAS, some students who met the criteria for a fall and spring semester refund requested a summer refund;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following underlined section be added to bill 34.24. A refund request form must be obtained in the SA office and returnednolater than the last class dayofthe last summer class session. BEITFINALLY ENACTED that students meeting the criteria in the first THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED be eligible for a refundofthe summerSAfee.Matt Silverman, President SENATE ACTION Passed 20YON1A SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Body DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7 October 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociationBill[SLE.35.04]SenatorsAdvocateforOrganizationsSenate35thLegislative Session 2ndMeeting 7 September 1999WHEREAS,senators should be a resource for organizations who need assistanceinsubmitting bills, navigating the budget process and addressing their concerns; andWHEREAS,senators should be familiar with and interact with the organizations that SA funds;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate of Oswego State University that the listofSA registered organizations be divided up among the list of senators in the beginningofthe fall semester and be updated monthly by the Vice President and hislher assistant. Each senator will be responsible for:1)Contacting officers from the groups that he/she has been assigned at least once per month to address any concerns they have. 2) Assisting their organizations in submitting bills or by submitting bills on their behalf. 3) Assisting organizations with the budget process and advocating for them in budget negotiations and committee proceedings, etc.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat this bill will be distributed toallSA clubs and organizations and all senators at senate training. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Joe Storch, Gloria Toso, Amanda Friedl SENATE ACTION Failed 6Y 9NOA..'. 5-+,svcltrc,.."Jbep'"{bJ-"lIIHIe"0")-fo""0"1,r(I)'1e.;". + D.V*\.,t;. -; I...c.,... '.

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STUDENT ASOCIATION" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.05] Co-Directors of Student Services and MarketingWHEREAS,SLE.30.78 created the positionofDirectorofStudent Services; andWHEREAS,this position has not been filled in years; andWHEREAS,we should constantly assess the services we provide and explore new areastoexpand our services and market our existing operations; and Senate 35thLegislative Session 2ndMeeting 7 September 1999WHEREAS,in the past, the Finance Department has looked for more creative and productive projects for the Assistant DirectorsofFinance to work on;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the two Assistant DirectorsofFinance also be considered the Co-DirectorsofStudent Services and Marketing. .. BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat they jointly fulfill the dutiesofthe PositionofDirectorofStudent Services as outlined in the attached positiondescription SUBMITfED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Joe Storch SENATE ACTION Passed 15YONlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT21September 1999 Date Signed by President

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STATEUNlVERSllYOF NE\V YORK COllEGE AT OSWEGO STUDENTASSOCIATIONUpperLevel Hewitt Union SUNYOswego,NewYork 13126 (315) 341-3601 FAX (315) 341-2576DirectorofStudent ServicesPositionDescriptionInconjunction with a professional staff person, the DirectorofStudent Services will work to enhance the benefits of Check Cashing, OCT. Corner Store. and Box Office in the best interests of the ever-changing student population. S/he will be responsible for exploring the possibilitiesofnew services, revamp and modifying existing servicestobetter serve the needs of the students, increasing efficiency of our present services. and conducting a yearly survey to asses the needs of the students in regards to the services which we provide. S/he will be responsible for increasing the overall image of the Student Association by workingwith professional staff members and also the Communications Department to market the services which we provide.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION'..... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 2DdMeeting 7 September 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.06] Amendment to BudgetandTierProcessUpgradeLawWHEREAS,the Student Association is currently in a periodoftransition; andWHEREAS,this transition will require certain amountofrestructuring within the Student Association; andWHEREAS,that restructuring cannot take place with the existingTier Law [SLE.33.05] in effect;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Tier Law [34.05] be amended to contain a section"V"titled"TierProcessExemption",which will contain the following: > att I verman, Presl ent SENATE ACTION Passed 12YIN3AA.CertainSA funded bodies may seek exemptionfromtheTierProcessifthey meet allofthefollowingcriteria:1.An organization which does notcurrentlyexist intheTierProcess.2.An organizationthateithercurrentlyis,orwithin thepastyear, has existed in theStudentAssociation ExecutiveBranch.3.An organizationthathas a documented financial history with SAthatdates back over ten years.4.An organizationthathas acurrentoperating budget equal toorgreaterthan10%ofthe totalStudentAssociationbudget.B. The processforreceiving exemption is as follows:1.The organization must submit a bill totheSenate requesting the exemptionfromtheTierProcess.2.The Senate, once the bill isbroughtto the floor, willhearthe argumentpreparedby the submitters making a case as to why they should be exempt,andwhatTierstatustheorganization is requesting.3.The Senate,afterhearing theargument,shallthenvoteby roll call.4.A two-thirds (2/3) voteofsenatorspresentintheaffirmative will makethatorganization exemptfromtheTierProcess,andplace them on the requestedTier.SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate body ., DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 22 September 1999 Date Signed by PresIdent

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON'-., OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 2ndMeeting 7 September 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.07 Redefinitionofthe Senate Long Range Planning CommitteeWHEREAS,over the past two years the Long Range Planning Committee has been relatively inactive; andWHEREAS,it is imperative that all the Senate's committees are fully functional and get as muchofthe Senate's business done as possible so as not stifle the progressofSenate meetings; andWHEREAS,there seems to be no direction in what the committee's role is and in its current role the committeeisinefficient;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Long Range Planning Committee's purpose be thatofpolicy review and policy fromation for the Student Association; also, it may serve as a committee that also participates in formationofCollege policy in relation to student life.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat upon passageofthis bill the official titleofthe Long Range Planing Committee be changed to thePolicy Planning Committeeto reflect its revised role. SUBMITTED BY: Saleem M. Cheeks, Student Association Vice President SPONSORED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson, Amanda Friedl SENATE ACTION Passed 14 YON2ADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT21September 1999 Date Signed by President >

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Student Association Bill [SLE 35.08] Re-creationofthe "Inter-Hall Council"STUDENTASSOCIATION "-., OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 HewittUnion Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 3rdMeeting 14 September 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 '. -'.WHEREAS,itis crucial foranorganization such as the Student Association to intently listen to the willofthoseitis sworn to represent so that it canbeeffective in its role; andWHEREAS,there currently isnodirect mechanism to communicate with the smaller governing bodies established inourcampus residence halls; andWHEREAS,an arena to discuss a varietyofissues with those governing bodies wouldbean added plus in the Student Association's quest to get student input and involvement; andWHEREAS,in the year 2000 All-Campus Election there willbea referendumonthe ballot that will greatly impact the Student Association, the creationofsuch an arena can only better the chancesofa positive vote for the referendum;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that an official "roundtable" be established under the Officeofthe Vice President called theInter-Hall Council (I.H.C.) BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the Council containatleast all the hall council Presidents on campus and be supervisedbythe Assistant to the Vice President (DirectorofResidential Affairs); all other guidelines shallbesetbythe Council.BEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat the Councilmeetat least twice a month, with its purpose being to improve communication between the Student Association and the general student populous, and to make recorrlmendations to the Student Association as needed. SUBMI'ITED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 16Y 1N2AThe Officeofthe Vice PresidentJoeStorch,BenJakes-Johnson, GloriaToso DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 29 September 1999 Date SignedbyPfesident

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswegu.edu/-studcnta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION.-'"'"" Senate 35thLegislative Session 3rdMeeting 14 September 1999 >. Student Association Bill [SLE.35.09] CreationofSenate Incentives AccountWHEREAS,with recent changes in the structureoftheStudent Association's Programming Board; andWHEREAS,theSenate is searching for ways to encourage students to become active Senators; andWHEREAS,with the increased duties and demandsofbeing a Senator is prompting requests for some formofcompensation for the Senators; andWHEREAS,S.A. clubs and organizations have made claims that Senators,"don'tget involved with the events that they fund"; andWHEREAS,ifan incentive is provided to encourage Senators to attend events, they most likely would;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDthat an account#855namedSenate Incentives Account,becreated under the Officeofthe Vice President and$1,000.00betransferred from acct.#947tothat established account.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the funds be distributed for incentives for the Senate only.BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat the same conditions that apply in law SLE.35.01 [CreationofCards and Discounts for Senators], apply to this bill once it becomes law, and any further conditions be determined and published by the Officeofthe Vice President.BE ITFINALLY ENACTEDthat any requirements established for Senators to qualify for useoftheSenate Incentives Accountbeestablished with the purposeofencouraging good attendance and quality performanceofSenator duties. SUBMITrED BY: The Officeofthe Vice President Jason Selss, DirectorofCommunications SPONSORED BY: Dave Meirowitch, Derek Buddie, Ben Jakes-Johnson SENATE ACTION Failed 2Y 9N 8A

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session3rdMeeting 14 September 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.10]TheFairnessAmendmentto Law [SLE.33.1]: ElectionLaw1WHEREAS,the election law as it currently stands has adequately served its purpose as 2 the guideline by which the All-Campus Election is run; and34WHEREAS,an oversight has been made in the election law concerning the financingof5candidates; and 67WHEREAS,it is our duty to ensure thatourlaws are as fair as wecanpossibly make 8 them for all those who they affect;910THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateof11Oswego State University that Part VIII (8), Section B be given a new sub12 section titled"11"and contain the following thereafter:13Inthe eventthatthe parties*runningfor office shouldnot14haveanequal allocationofcampaign funds,theElections15Committee shall see to itthattheparties withthelesser16allocations be given additional funds, suchthatallpartieswith17lesser allocationsareequal tothatofthepartywiththehighest18allocation. *Note: Theterm"party"or"parties"refers to19candidatesrunningeitheraloneortogether as a ticket.202122BEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat partXIIIsection"B"be23 given a new subheading titled "12" to contain the following:24Anycandidatedeclaring torunindividuallyandwho received25additional funds based ontheirrunningstatusshallnotbe26allowed to use anypartoftheirfunds to financeand/or27advertise for anyothercandidate.SUBMITTED BY: Officeofthe Vice President SPONSORED BY: Sen. Jakes-Johnson Sen. Derek Buddie SENATE ACTION Failed6Y9N6A

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 3rdMeeting14September 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 '", Student Association Bill [SLE.35.1l] Amendment to Law [SLE.31.1l] WHEREAS,in bill eleven (11)ofthe31st legislative session, it provides for the appointmentofOff-Campus Senators by the executive boardofthe OCA; andWHEREAS,a partnership between theDCADirector and the Presidentofthe Senate supervising this process together would make for a more expeditious processofappointment;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that under the "therefore be it enacted" in law [SLE.31.11] part one now read:1.The Director of OCA". in conjunction with the President of the Senate will bring the candidates before the Executive BoardofOCA for confirmation.SUBMITTED BY: The Officeofthe Vice President SPONSORED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson SENATE ACTION Failed 3Y 13N 3A

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.12] SenateAdInitiative WHEREAS,the Student Association is in a referendum year; and Senate 35thLegislative Session3rdMeeting 14 September 1999WHEREAS,it is imperative that an effective promotion campaign is launched to better make students awareofSenate and when it meets; andWHEREAS,Senate currently qualifies as a Residence Life and HousingP.I.P.Program where Oswego State students can qualify for incentivesjustfor being involved with theirstudent government;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $320 be transferred from Acct. #947toan account to be created to fund a Senate ad campaign.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the Officeofthe Vice President collaborate with the DirectorofCommunications to devise an effectiveadcampaign that will cover the entire college campus.BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat workonthe ad campaign begins promptly once this bill is law. ''\. SUBMITTED BY: Jason Selss,SADirectorofCommunications The Officeofthe Vice President SPONSORED BY: Amanda Friedl, Gloria Toso SENATE ACTION Passed 17YONOA S'lP att1verman,reSlent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT21September 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION-. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 5thMeeting 28 September 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.13]PurchaseofComputerfor SA VAC '. WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,the Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps (hereafter known asSAV AC)isan organizationofthe Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York College at Oswego, which provides free emergency medical services to the campus and surrounding communitybyoperationofa New York State Certified Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulance;and the New York State DepartmentofHealth, BureauofEmergency Medical Services (EMS), has required all EMS agencies in New York State to be capableofa computerized record keeping system; and an up to date computer system would assist in board operations, internal and external communications, community relations, personnel records, dispatch records, training records, and other matters deemed necessary; and the Student Associationisproviding forms and information on disk for member organizations; and the computer currently owned bySAVACis outdated, unable tobeupdated to sufficient standards, incompatible to necessary software, and with hardware which is beyond repair; andTHEREFOREBE IT ENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Student Association shall purchase a new computer as a capital improvement for the Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps for a total costof$1,500.00, from account #948. SUBMITTED BY: Tim Riecker, Chief/DirectorofOperations SPONSORED BY: Sen. Toso, Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Sen. Storch

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SENATE ACTION Passed 21YINlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT12October 1999 Rescinded by the Senate 8th Meeting 10/19/99 VOTE: 17YINOASENATE ACTION Passed21YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 October 1999**********************Matt Silverman, President*********************Date Signed by President Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON" -OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 5thMeeting 28 September 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.14]SenatorList in Organizations' Mailboxes WHEREAS,it is very important that SA organizations have the ability to contact and discuss issues with their elected officials; andWHEREAS,few organizations know who their elected officials are and howtocontact them; andWHEREAS,there is limited material informing organizations as to who the elected officials are;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that a listofall senators names, phone numbers, and addresses be put in each SA organizations' mailbox at the beginningofeach semester by the SA secretary. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENA TE ACTION Passed 14Y 3N 4A Ben Jakes-Johnson, College-Community Relations Chair Sen. Amy Miller, Sen. Amanda Friedl, Sen. Gloria Toso Sen. John Kolb Matt Silverman, President' ..,,,,,,,,,DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7 October 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35th Legislative Session 5thMeeting28September 1999www.oswego.eduj -studenta (315) 341-.3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.15] Annual Tier 2 Funding DisbursementWHEREAS,the 1999 Budget Council allocated $25,000 for Tier 2 organizations this year; andWHEREAS,the Finance Department suggests an allocation which is equal to the $25,000 for this purpose; andWHEREAS,due to the restricted budget, we could not satisfy every organization's needs;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following allocations be approved from the Tier 2 Program Fund:Anthropology Club TaeKwonDoAmerican Meteorological Society Jiu Jitsu Club (Self-Defense) Psychology ClubClubHockey Newman Club Great Lake Review Ski Club Karate Okinowan Goju Ryu Equestrian Team International Christian Fellowship C.O.P.E. Karate Kemp Jutsu Karate Storyteller's Guild Oswego Mixed MartialAnsS.E.E.D. History Club SocietyofHuman Resource Mgt. Phi Beta Lambda Pagan Student Association Chemistry Club Fencing Club Metal/Hardcore Interest GroupTOTAL$300 1700 400 850 600 17007752700 750 900 2970 980 1050 700 1548 700 900 750 625 800 450 1150 400 $24,498BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat $2,000 be used for the purposeofappeals only and any money not expressly used for the purpose in the appeals is to be returned to Acct. #947.

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SUBMITTED BY: BrianJ.Fragola, DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: The BodySTUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410SENATE ACTION .... / Passed 17YIN2A ... DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 7 October 1999 Date Signed bYPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202HewittUnionOswego,NY]3]26Senate 35thLegislative Session 6thMeeting 5 October 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.16] AdditionalFundsfor IRSA Payroll WHEREAS, IRSA provides intramural&recreational activity for 3,558 people in 22 different sports and tournaments; and WHEREAS, intramural sports has $5,933 less this year amid rising costs; and WHEREAS, someofthat money was saved because the 12 work study employees did not havetobe paid by the IRSA; and WHEREAS, this year, IRSA only received two work study students; and WHEREAS, IRSA won't be able to provide the same levelofservice to the studentsofOswego without rectifYing the budget;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following transfers be done: $2,178.63 from Acct. 947 to Acct. 474 Recreation Supervisors 1,785.02 from Acct. 947 to Acct. 475 Lifeguards 1,969.35 from Acct. 947 to Acct. 476 Administrative Assistant for a total of$5,933 from Acct. 947. BEITFURTHER ENACTED thatifmore work study people become available and are hired, their salary will be returned to account 947 as soon as possible. SUBMITTED BY: Joe Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator IRSA SPONSORED BY: Proxy Sen. Jon Rowlands

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SENATE ACTION Passed23YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT12October 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date SignedbyPresident-

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON -OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 8thMeeting19October 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.17]FundsforWomen'sRugbyWHEREAS, Oswego Women's Rugby Provides a club sport for over45women and has been a major influence on campus since 1991; and WHEREAS, the jerseys for the team are worn out, tom, and faded from yearsofuse; and WHEREAS, the amount budgeted for the equipment is enough to cover only theminimalexpenses;-THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $700.00 be transferred from account # 948 to Woman's Rugby account#518 for the purchaseofnew jerseys. BEITFURTHER ENACTED that any unused funds be transferred back into account#948. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 19YON2A Gretchen Trexler, President Oswego Women's Rugby Sen. Attigliato, Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Sen. Toso, Sen. Provost, Sen. Storch -Matt Silverman, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 October 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 8thMeeting19October 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.18]FundsforCommunity ServicesComputerWHEREAS, Community Servicesisa vital organization to our campus as well as the surrounding community; and WHEREAS, Community Services provides services to several groups such asBigBrother/Big Sister, CircleK,Adopt-A-Grandparent, and Special Olympics; and WHEREAS, The current conditionofthe Community Services' computer is poor at best, and communication among volunteers and the community has been hindered because themonthly news letter along with other crucial information can not be produced;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1,454.00 be transferred from account#948 to account#862 for the purchaseofa new computer. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 14Y 2N 5A Community Services Office Sen. Ruppert, Cayuga Hall Sen. Storch, Sen. Rowlands, Sen Toso, Sen. Ruppert, Sen. Provost att1verman,reSIent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 October 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 8thMeeting 19 October 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.19]JointDiversityFundsforMidnightTrinityTechnoBall WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Joint Diversity account exists to encourage collaboration among organizations and bring more unique and entertaining programming to our college community; and the Midnight Trinity Techno Ball will provide students with an alternate social gathering thatisalcohol free; and itisinthe best interestofthe college community to have the various groups on campus come together; and Pagan Student Association, Rainbow Alliance, and the Story Teller's Guild would like to promote unity among organizations;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $500.00 be transferred from account # 949 to account#982 Story Teller's Guild for the following: ReservationofHewitt Union Ballroom $200.00 Hewitt Union Building Manager Staffing $50.00 Event Publicity $50.00 Event Decorations/Supplies $50.00 Food&Beverages for Event.. $150.00 BEITFURTHERENACTED that any funds raised from the event will go to the individual accountsofeachofthose organizations. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Robert Kirker, Vice President Story Teller's Guild Sen. Jakes Johnson, Sen. Storch, Proxy Sen. Rowlands, Sen. Toso

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SENATE ACTION Passed 18YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT21October 1999 t?likv Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 8thMeeting19October 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.20]InventoryofStudentAssociation Assets WHEREAS, the Student Association spends thousandsofdollars every yeartopurchase equipment and resources for its organizations; and WHEREAS, Brian Fragola, the current DirectorofFinance has started to monitor and keep trackofwhat happens to the assetsofthe Student Association this year, there isnoset policy to ensure this will take place in the future; and WHEREAS, there have already been instances when Student Association equipment has been misplaced or used by organizations that are not S.A.;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Finance Director maintains a complete recordofthe Student Association's assets.BEITFURTHERENACTED that the Finance Director conducts, at the beginningofthe year, inspectionsoforganization's inventories to ensure that all Student Association purchased assets are within controlofS.A. organizations. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION PassedlOYONllASen. Ben Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Toso, Sen. Lagares, Sen. Friedl, Sen. Provost Veto Matt Silverman, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 October 1999 Date Signed by President

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON'",..----------------------------October29.1999TO:StudentAssociationSenateFROM:MattSilvennan.PresidentRE: Veto of Bill35.20Iamwriting to explainmyreasonsfor rejecting Bill35.20.Inventory ofStudentAssociation Assets. Essentially.therearetwomajorconcernsI have regardingthisbill.Itismyopinionthat,individually.eitherofthesereasonsis sufficientcauseto vetothispieceoflegislation.Systemisincomplete:As ImentioneddUringdebateattheSenatemeetingonOctober26.thisbillshouldhavebeenwrittenin collaboration withtheStudentAssociation Director ofFinance.TheDirectorofFinance.BrianFragola.wasactuallytheonewhorecently craftedaninventory control system. Mr. Fragolahasalready collected inventorysheetsfromalmostevery SA organizationandis going tocheckinventory againattheendoftheacademicyear.Bill35.20doesnotprovide foranendofyearinventory inspection.nordoesitcall forinventorysheetstoberevisedattheendoftheyeartoaccountfordamageorloss of property. Simply taking a listofinventoryatthebeginningoftheyearisnotaneffective waytocontrolassets.especially in a collegesettingwherestudentsleaveorgraduateattheendoftheyear.Inmyexperience. organizations often misplaceequipmentoverthesummertime.Thisiswhensomeorganizationleadersgraduateandtakeinformationoractualpropertywiththem.Propertyneedstobesecuredbeforetheendofthespringsemester,andreturningofficersandSAneedtobeawareofwherethatpropertyisstored.Majority Abstained fromvote:This isthefirst time IhaveseenaStudentAssociation billpasswithmoreabstentionsthanvotesinfavorofthebill. (10yes11abstentions)I willnotsigna billwherethemajority ofSenatorsabstainfrom voting.Inthiscase.itappearedtomethatmanysenatorswherenotcomfortablecastinga vote on a billthatwasclearly incomplete. Forsomereason.noSenatormadeanamendmenttofixtheflaws inthisbill.nordidanySenatormove tosendthisbillbackto committee forfurtherstudy.If a bill is "calledtoquestion,"andyouarenotreadytovote.youhavetheright toraisean"objection."andI wouldrecommenddoing so.Thisis a bill with considerable merit. however. itwasnotreadytobevotedupon.As Isaida fewweeksearlierwhentheSenaterescindedtheSAVACcomputerbill.theSenateshouldnotfailorpassa bill until ithasbeenexplored thoroughlyincommitteeandagainontheSenatefloor.Recommendation:Myintentionhereistostopa weak piece of legislation frombecomingever-binding SA policy,nottoopposeaninventorysystem.Weneednotreplicatetheequally vagueandweakstatementoninventorythatispartofthestatelaw/SUNYtrusteepolicy (section302.14of Title 8 oftheOfficial CompilationofCodes. RulesandRegulations oftheStateofNew York.)Underthispolicy. "An inventory controlsystemshallbemaintainedtoassuretheproperdisposition ofequipmentitemscostingin excess of a specifiedamount.Proceeds fromthisdisposition ofequipmentitemsshallbetreatedasmiscellaneous receipts ofthestudentassociation." As astudentgovernmentwecanandshouldadddetail tothisstatement,likewhatthat"specifiedamount"would be. etc. I wouldrecommendthatSenatorJakes-JohnsonmeetwiththeDirector ofFinanceBrianFragola.towriteupa billthatcompletely detailsoursystemofmanaginginventory.Sucha billshouldbescrutinizedbytheProcedureandFinanceCommitteeandshouldthenreachtheSenatefloor.Perhapssucha bill.whenpassed.could becomepartofourBy-Laws.

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu!-studentaSenate 35thLegislative Session 8hMeeting 19 October 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.21]JointDiversityFundsforSportActivity WHEREAS, the Latino Student Union, Caribbean Student Association andASAwould like to promote unity between organizations; and WHEREAS, through sports and games, people areinsituations where they are required to play along side people from other cultures, thus promoting diversity and unity in a comfortable envirorunent; and WHEREAS, the sport activity will be a great exerciseinteam building, which can improve relations within organizations;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego StateUniversity that $1,500 be transferred from account # 949 to account#684 for the following: Van Rental. $ 320.70 Equipment Rental. $ 625.00 Masks, Guns,C02,Paint pellets 50@$21.00 $1,050.00 Total: $1,995.70 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION FailedOY17N4ALatino Student Union Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Sen. Storch

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION''OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 9thMeeting 26 October 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.22]FundstoSponsorChildWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, The Student Association acknowledges the need to put an end totheenemiesofthe human race such as poverty, disease, illiteracy, and starvation; and The Student Association acknowledges that children are a special categoryofvictim in this struggle without regard to race, gender, color, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation; and The Student Association acknowledges that it can take a role in winning this struggle and setting an example for all to follow; sponsoring a child would help to raise awareness and educate students about the situationsofchildren with lesser means in other countries;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $150.00 be transferred from account#947 toChildrenInternationalto cover the sponsoringofone child for the periodofone year, on behalfofthe students at Oswego State University. BEITFURTHER ENACTED that any unused funds be transferred back into account#947.BEITEVENFURTHERENACTED that the Student Association Vice President act as a liaison betweenChildrenInternationaland the studentsofOswego State Univetsity.BEITFINALLYENACTEDthat every year by the endofOctober, the Student Association Senate will resolve whether or not to sponsor a child that particular year with a charity also to be determined by the Student Association Senate.

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SUBMITTED BY: Sen. Provost, Off-Campus Sen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Haahr, Onondaga Hall Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed21YON2ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15November 1999 Date Signed by President :>

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STUDENTASSOCiATiONOSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 9thMeeting 26 October 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta (.315) .341-.3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.23]RegulationofOrganizations'Publicity WHEREAS, WHEREAS, The Student Association recognizes that an SA charted group currently has the power to untruthfully chastise another Student Association sponsored organization; and The Student Association recognizes that such an aforementioned possibility,ifchosen, will further cause division on the campus;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University thatthe Student Association compels that any group chartered by the Student Association to not use the nameofanother chartered organization, in its publicity, without the consentofthat organization. BEITFURTHER ENACTED thatifany SA chartered group has a grievance with another SA group over such a clause, the S.A. Supreme Court will convene to address such matters. SUBMITTED BY: Sen. Provost, OffCampus Sen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Sen. Haar, Onondaga Hall Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance Senate Action Withdrawn

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 9thMeeting 26 October 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.24] SAPB to Become aTier4 Organization1WHEREAS,Program Policy Boards (PPB) was taken under by the authorityofthe 2 Brodt administration, (see executive order#1under the Brodt 3 administration); and45WHEREAS,PPB was renamed and defined under the Hafner administration; (see 6 executive order #2; 33rd legislative session); and78WHEREAS,Under the Wiley administration a decision was made by Matt Silverman, 9 President electtocreate an informal committeeatthe 16th meetingofthe 10 34th legislative session to work on a new structure for the Student11Association Program Board (SAPB), (see meeting minutes); and12_13WHEREAS,This informal committee used past information in reference to PPB and14theformationofSAPBtostart a new structure. (see executive order #215enacted 1/27/99); and16 17WHEREAS,SA President Matt Silverman continued his planofmoving SAPB outof18the Executive Board (see memo dated February 22, 1999); and 19 20WHEREAS,At the conclusion of the Spring 99 semester weasa committee decided that21SAPB could not move from the Executive Board to a tier one organization 22 because it wouldbedetrimental to not have programmingatthe current23level for a one to two year period; and 24 25WHEREAS,The committee decided that it would be necessarytoamend the tier process 26sothat SAPB could legitimately movertotier 4; and 2728WHEREAS,Becauseofthe importance of programming, the Amendmenttothe Budget 29 and Tier Process Upgrade Law was formed; and 3031WHEREAS,The Student Association senate passed "Amendment to Budget and Tier 32 Process Upgrade Law"; and3334WHEREAS,Bill 35.06 allows organizations suchasSAPB to move from the SA35Executive Board tofulloperating organization without penalties (see 36 Student Association Bill 35.06 amendment and Budget and Tier Process 37 Upgrade Law); and 38 39WHEREAS,Itis importanttoSAPB to act in the capacity of a student organizationto40 provide and ensure quality programming at SUNY Oswego; and4142 4344

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454647 4849505152 535455 56 57 58 59 606162 63 64 65 66 67 68 69707172THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that SAPBberemoved from theS.A.Executive Board and placed at the levelofa tier four organization pending final Supreme Court approvaloftheir constitution.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat the following accounts also be removed from under the SA Executive Budget: BudKeted Accounts762 Director (Chris Smith) 776 SAPB Concerts 777 SAPB Lectures 778 SAPB Cinevisions 779 SAPB Cinevisions Promo 780 SAPB Dirt Day 781 SAPB Special Events 782 SAPB Performing Events 783 SAPB Summer Sessions 784 SAPB Summer Session Director 853-4 ArtswegoIncome Accounts221SAPB Concerts 222 SAPB Lectured 223 SAPB Special Events 224 SAPB CinevisionsIncome_SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 20YONOAChris Smith, SAPB Director Matt Silverman,SAPresident Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen. Ruppert, Cayuga Hall Matt Silverman, President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10 December 1999 Date Stglleby President --rAts.5?er",*ol'lofUaAd!'/l)YIe:.-."I')/'Y wil/f'"",o";)vefie. f0;'!;C.! .,Yo't1el/ff/tr/wh,)e,.....eSSe'1fic../U,h"I/'IJheiw,pr,SAPi]fkc;t;n"0,.,

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 10thMeeting 2 November 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410..StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.25]SenateCommitteeChairstobeElectedWHEREAS,The chairsofSenate standing committees have traditionally been elected by the Senate body, and;WHEREAS,committee membership has traditionally been composedofvolunteers appointed by the Vice President (with the exceptionofthe Finance Committee), and;WHEREAS,.this year the Vice President indefinitely appointed a chair for the Policy Planning Committee; and,WHEREAS,this year all other committee chairs were elected by the Senate body;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Senate standing committee chairs be elected during September. When a vacancy occurs in a chair's position, an election will be held for the position with in two Senate meetingsofthe time in which that chair's seat became vacant.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat an election for Policy Planning CommitteeChair be held within two meetings from the passageofthis bill. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman, Student Association President Larry Provost,OffCampus Senator SPONSORED BY: Sen. Meirowitch,OffCampus Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall

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SENATE ACTION Passed17YIN5ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15November 1999 S'l P att1Yerman, resl ent Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative SessionlOthMeeting 2 November 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.26] Funds for NAHAWHEREAS, The Native American Heritage Association is the social and cultural organization representing American Indian students at Oswego State. University; andWHEREAS,in the past we have sponsored theCANAMLacrosse Tournament and invited Native Speakers to present at conferences. This year we plan to hold a Native American heritage week, sponsor a social dance, film festival, and again host theCANAMLacrosse Tournament this coming Spring. We encourage and promote diversity and unity in a comfortable environment; andWHEREAS,it is in the best interestofthe college community to help the first NAHA social dance. Encouraging the campus to come together in celebrationofNative American Week.THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $640.00 be transferred from account # 947 to the NAHA account for the following breakdown: SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Reservationofthe Hewitt Union Timepieces Event Decorations/Supplies Publicity Performers Miles 200.45*TotalAntonia Del Carmen Collado, President Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hail Sen. Attigliato,OffCampus $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $400.00 $90.00640.00

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SENATE ACTIONPassed23YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15November1999

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 10thMeeting 2 November 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.27]DeadlineExtensionforS.A.ClubsandOrganizationsWHEREAS, WHEREAS, this years Finance Committee did not organize in a timely fashion, a time1ine in which organizations' charters would be accepted for review; and organizations would sufferifthe charter submission deadline outlined in law SLE.33.05, the Tier Process and Upgrade Law, was not extendedtoallow for organizations to have the opportunity to submit them;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that for Fallof1999 the deadline outlined in law SLE.33.05 be extended to Friday November 12th.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat notificationofthis deadline besentto all S.A. clubs and organizations so that they may be fairly informedofthe change. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Saleem M. Cheeks, Student Association Vice President The Body ',SENATEACTIONPassedbyGeneral ConsentDATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 November 1999 MattSiiVefIl1aislderit Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION.-.. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 10thMeeting 2 November 1999www.oswego.cdu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.28]FundsForMen'sRugbyTeamWHEREAS, theMen'sRugby Team at Oswego qualified for the opportunity to play the Norwich University Rugby TeamonSaturday November 6th, 1999 asanadvancementofthe state playoff system; and WHEREAS, theMen'sRugby league incurs extensive expenses that are not accounted for in our S.A. funding; and WHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes the positive contribution that theMen'sRugby team has had upon the atWetic atmosphereofOswego State University;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1,905.66 be transferred from account#947 to theMen'sRugby Team accounts: Lodging # 509 and Transportation # 507 to cover the advancementoftheMen'sRugby Team in the regional playoffs. BEITEVENFURTHERENACTED thatMen'sRugby raise $700.00 to be put back into account # 947 by endofthe Spring Semester 2000. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Patrick0'Rourke,Men'sRugby Team President Sen. Fires,OffCampus Sen. Antonucci,OffCampus Sen. Attigliato,OffCampus Sen. Lukowski, Scales Hall Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Kostran, Onondaga Hall Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall

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SENATE ACTION Passed 16Y 2N 3A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 8 November 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 10th Meeting 2 November 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315) 341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociationBill[SLE.35.29]EnvironmentalAwareness WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, The Student Association recognizes the problemsofmaintaining environmental quality and environmental accountability at SUNY Oswego; and The Student Association recognizes that a full time entitytosupplement, and not to undo workofgroups such as (but not limited to) NYPIRG is needed and is supported by NYPIRG; and The Student Association recognizes precedent set by campuses such as SUNY Binghamton in having such a committee and their effectivenesstoenact change along with groups such as (but not limited to) NYPIRG;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that an Environmental Awareness Committee be created as partofthe Student Association.BEITFURTHER ENACTED that compositionofsuch a committee will beofa Senator nominated and confirmed by the Student Association and that staffofsuch committee be open to any S.A. student who wishes to join, to increase awareness and gain a campus perspective, be open to a single memberofan S.A. chartered organization whoisnominated by their group.BEITEVENFURTHERENACTED that the first orderofbusiness for the aforementioned committee shall be conduct an environmental surveyofthe campus andifnecessary the surrounding area; and then make recommendations and a report to the Student Association Senate and appropriate facility/community groups. BEITFINALLY ENACTED that the lifeofthe aforementioned committee will expire only at the discretionofthe Student Association Senate.

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SUBMITTED BY: Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Sen. Haahr, Onondaga Hall NYPIRG Thorn Hanford, DirectorofAcademic Affairs SPONSORED BY: Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall Sen. Kostran, Onondaga Hall SENATE ACTION Passed By General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15November 1999 Date by President

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STUDENTASSOCIATION ,,... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session12thMeeting16November 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 .... StudentAssociationBill[SLE.35.30]InternationalStudentsMailSubsidy12 3WHEREAS,Auxiliary Services just created an international package delivering service 4 thatweigh and calculate the costofstudents' package and deliver it to the 5 Post Office for them; and67WHEREAS,The Book Store that is responsible for this service is chargingstudents $3 8ofprocess fee for each package sent by the book store besides the 9 shipping cost charged by the Post Office; and 1011WHEREAS,After the survey conducted through campus, it turned out that there is a12significant demand (22.66% students will use it) for international package13delivering services; and1415WHEREAS,The survey revealed that 5,000 packages will be sent to overseas each 16 year is post office existed on campus; and1718WHEREAS,$3ofprocess feeis not affordable to the mostofstudents and international19package delivering service is oneofthe most basic service that campus 20 with 8000 students should have with lower process fee; and2122WHEREAS,the Student Association can help students by subsiding partofthis process23fee for students who pay SA fee; 2425THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate 26ofOswego State University that $1500 be transferred from account 947to27 an account to be created for this servicetocover one-half ($1.50)ofthis 28 process fee. 29 SUBMITTED BY: Toru Masvoka, SA Student SPONSORED BY: Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Miller, Waterbury Hall SENATE ACTION Failed 1Y 12NlOA

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON-. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session12thMeeting16October 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.31]SAV ACStretcher ..".. 1 2 3WHEREAS,4 5 6WHEREAS,7 8 9WHEREAS,101112WHEREAS,1314WHEREAS,151617WHEREAS,1819 202122 23 24 25 26SAVACAmbulance has been providing Emergency Medical Care to the campus and surrounding community for over twenty-five years; and SA VACAmbulance completes over 350 calls a year the needtoreplace equipmentiserninent;and SA VAC Ambulanceiscurrently using the same stretcher that was purchased with the ambulance before the one we are using now; and The current stretcher does not function properly all the time; and This is not only a nuisance to the people operating the stretcher, but can also pose a danger to the patients we treat; and When talking with a representative from oneofthe companies that make stretchers the estimated costtorestore our current stretcher to an acceptable level is at $1,500.00 And this will only allow the stretcher to function for a short time before more extensive repairs are needed again;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that SAVAC Ambulance receive $2,924.00 from account #948 to account #908 Medical Supplies for the costofthe stretcher and a few accessories to go along with the stretcher. ....' ..SUBMITTED BY: SAVAC SPONSORED BY: Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Lukowski, Scales Hall Sen. Miller, Waterbury Hall Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall .'*'. SENATE ACTION Passed 18YONSA DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 30 November 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President >

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session13thMeeting30November 1999www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-541012345678910111213141516 17 18 192021222324252627 28 293031323334 353637 38 3940414243StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.32] ApprovalofFundTransferWHEREAS,WTOPis a major media outlet for the Oswego State Student Community; andWHEREAS,WTOPis oneof the largest Student Association organizations with well over 100 members; andWHEREAS,WTOPneeds to replace its video Time Base Corrector in order to continue being able to produce original programming; andWHEREAS,WTOPwould like to acquire Teleprompters to achieve more professional looking programming; andWHEREAS,WTOPhas more than enough money for these expenditures in its three-year plan (account #618); andWHEREAS,WTOPhas equipment that needs repair that will most likely cost more than the amount budgeted for in its maintenance account (#607); andWHEREAS,the changes and cuts made to the original three year plan have made it so that there is little reason to purchase the originally allotted items for this, the second year, because the cuts would not give us the complementary and necessary piecesofequipment, and it is felt that the following equipment would better aid our organization in fulftlling its missionofproviding service to the Oswego State Student Community; andWHEREAS,WTOPwould require no extra funds towards the purchaseofthe following: 2204-2TDualTBCRackMountSystem$2,325.00Videopromptersoftware$121.77Teleprompter monitors and counterweights $3,999.00PC-To-TVcard(approx.)$100.00Total. $6,536.77THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofSUNY Oswego that WTOPbeallowed to use Account#618 to purchase the above mentioned items at a totalof$6,536.77.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat the remaining $1,463.23betransferred from account #618 intoWTOP'smaintenance account (#607) for the purposeofequipment repair.

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SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 22YONOAWTOP Saleem Cheeks, Student Association Vice President Joseph Storch, Funelle Hall Senator Ben Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Senator Sen. Attigliato, Off Campus Sen. Friedl, Off Campus Sen. Kolb, Seneca Hall Sen. Miller, Waterbury Hall DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 10 December 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON"-. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session13thMeeting 30 November 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.3S.33] Funds for Sovoso WorkshopsIWHEREAS,SOVOSO, a jazz a cappella group is scheduled to perform at 2 Oswego StateUniversity on Saturday, February 5 as partofthe 3 ARTSWEGO Performing Arts Series; and 4 5WHEREAS,additional funding from the Student Association would make it 6 possible for students to also benefit from workshopsin:Multi-Cultural 7 Music, Vocal Jazz Techniques, Circle Singing, Voeal Percussion; and 8 9WHEREAS,these workshops will take place on Friday, February 4 and be open10to the entire student body; and1112WHEREAS,they augment the academic activities on campus and contribute13positively to the extracurricular activities on campus; and1415WHEREAS,it will cost $1,500 ($750 per workshop) to pay SOVOSO for the16two workshops and $240 foranadditional nightofhousing at the17OswegoInn(6 rooms@$40/night)1819THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate 20ofOswego State University that the expenditureof$1,740 be approved:21$1500toSOVOSO and $240tothe Oswego Inn to be transferred from 22 account#947 toanaccounttobe created. SUBMITTED BY: Lorrie Anderson, UMO SPONSORED BY: Sen. Joe Attigliato, Off-Campus Sen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall SENATE ACTION Failed 8Y 14NOA

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Student Association Bill [SLE.35.34] Funds for WinterfestSenate35thLegislative Session 13thMeeting30November1999 THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that HUBAC is granted$3000to be taken from account#947togoforth and plan Winterfest for the Spring2000semester. With the breakdown as follows:(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/ studentaWaxHands$1,000BigChairPhoto$I,OOOPersonalCards.........................................................$800BirdsofPrey$1,500Numerology, Astrology,TimeTraveler,NameAnalysis$800Co-sponsorBSUFashionShowProductionandParty$500Co-sponsorARTSWEGOJazzGroupSOVOSO$750WinterfestSemi-FormalBall..$I,OOOInside/OutsideActivities$1,500Comedian: Gary Owens$4,000Total.$12,850SUBMITTED BY:HUBACSaleem Cheeks, Student Association Vice President SPONSORED BY: Sen. Jakes-Johnson,HartHall Sen. Friedl, Off-Campus Sen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Sen. Davis, Off-Campus Sen. Ruppert, Cayuga HallWHEREAS,The Hewitt Union Board Activities Committee (HUBAC) is a recognized Student Association group whos goal and purpose is to promoteandprovide quality entertainment and activity in the Hewitt Union; andWHEREAS,HUBAChas an annual event "Winterfest" that takes place every spring semester during February.WHEREAS,HUBACWinterfest co-sponsors numerous events that arebotheducational and fun.HUBACusually get a large amountofpeople from the campus/community to participate in Winterfest; andWHEREAS,HUBACis in needofadditional funds to make Winterfest successful; Events12 34 5678910111213141516 171819202122232425262728 293031323334 3536373839 404142202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION'","'-

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SENATE ACTION Passed 19Y2NlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 10 December 1999 Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENTASSOCIATIONOSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate 35thLegislative Session13thMeeting 30 November 1999StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.35] Additional Funds for SAPB Spring ConcertsWHEREAS,Becauseofour commitment to programmingweare providing quality programming for allofthe above mentioned programs; andWHEREAS,TheStudent Association ProgramBoardis committed to providing programs that students at the State University College at Oswego are looking for from there Student Association fee; and, Programming has traditionally been an integral partoftheOswegoexperience; and, The Student Association ProgramBoardseeks to bring quality artists to the State University College at Oswego; and The Student Association allocated budget for the Student Association Program Board in 99-00 isnotenough to maintain the high standard and quality SAPB seeks to present for the studentsofthe State University College at Oswego; and The Student Association ProgramBoardmust compete with high quality institution's programming boards for high quality acts, andit'sknowthat funds need tobesecuredinorder for SAPB to continue init'spursuit for quality programming at the State University College at Oswego; andWHEREAS,TheStudent Association ProgramBoardis in the processofplanning their activities such as Lectures, Winterfest 00, SpringConcert;May Day Weekend, Dirt Day, and many other programs; andWHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,.WHEREAS,The Student Association ProgramBoardpurpose is the serve studentsofthe State University College at Oswego, and the greater Oswego communitybymeansofproviding reliable, professional, educational and entertaining programs; andWHEREAS,TheStudent Association ProgramBoardhas a record numberofstudents attend their first big concert this fall; and WHEREAS,! At the concert over 1800 students were in attendance at Laker Hall Gymnasium; andWHEREAS,The costofquality programs has reached paramount proportions since performing artists are extravagant in pricing;andWHEREAS,Itis aknownfact that the ProgrammingBoardexercises research, reason, and caution in its concert selection; and 123 456789 101112131415161718 19 2021222324252627282930313233 34 353637 38 394041424344-

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-45 46 47WHEREAS,The Concerts Division oftheStudent Association Program Board is 48 responsible forallbig concerts broughttocampus; and 49 50WHEREAS,The Spring Concert, May Day Weekend, andDirtDayareeach composed 5I of many activities and a concert that need be adequately funded; and 5253WHEREAS,The Student Association Program Board rely on profits fromallbig 54 concerts to fund many other programs; and 55 56THEREFORE BEITENACTEDbytheStudent Association Senate 57 of Oswego State University that$21,000.00betransferred from 58 account #947 to account #776 concerts, to secure funds for future 59 concerts; 6061BEITFINALLY ENACTEDthat this money will serve as a62replenishmentofthedepletingfallconcert refunds, and offsetallspring63concert expenses. SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:SENATE ACTION Passed 21YINOAChristopher Smith, SAPB Director Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Mirza, Off Campus Sen. Friedl, Off Campus Sen. Attigliato, Off Campus Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Sen. Provost, Off Campus Sen. Davis, Off Campus DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT10December1999Date Signed by President Leuislo.liOVl of tl;-sJ},ovlcl1'\"f.b e r]e(USQI')'jhyear..r.SAP8",.,,,,sf-bejn/e/1 eadf!'tvc..k,:..f..--/vreJ.r0-f4c.10:;""1'4l!"ferf......,e, + be.e1/"e(t,v!.a"c;ll,J.,ek Sfteee-I .

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION -OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session14thMeeting 7 December 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociationBill[SLE.35.36]Funds forSpeaker ........ ..WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS, NYPIRG, The Pagan Student Association, and the Women's Center and are working in coalitiontoeducate the Oswego Campus and Communityonissues surrounding Sweatshops; and funding from the Joint Programming Board's account would make it possible to bring to campus Charles Kernaghan, a prominent memberofthe NLC, the manwho'sfamous for exposing Kathy Lee Gifford for her sweatshop practices, as well as, a respected human rights advocate; and bringing in a speakeraswell known as Mr. Kernaghan would benefitthecampus by increasing recognition through press and by providing students with the opportunitytohere a speaker discuss the issueofsweatshops which USA TODAY has called, "oneofthe hottest topics at universities today"; and SUNY Cortland and Syracuse University have already agreed to fund stops at their campuses during his upstateNewYork speaking tour from February 7-9, 2000, and his stops at these campuses would lower the costofhis speaking at SUNY Oswego; and it will cost $800-$1000 to pay Mr. Kernaghan to speak at SUNY Oswego; and '-" WHEREAS, The sweatshops coalition is growing and the event will be sponsoredbymultiple SUNY Oswego organizations promoting the unificationofgroups on campus; and WHEREAS, Membersofthe Sweatshop coalition have already started fundraising for the event ; and

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-THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the expenditureof$500 be allocated from account#949 to help bring Charles Kernaghan to campus. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 15YONlAAdzele Kittisou, Diversity Director Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Toso, Funelle Hall Sen. Storch, Fuunelle Hall P -Od") att1verman,reSlent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 February 2000 ;>..16/d-.000 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCJ[A TJ[ONOSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session14thMeeting 7 December1999www.oswego.edul-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.37] Increase Senate Maximum Allocation for 1999-2000 Year1WHEREAS,currently, under SLE.33.46, the Senate can only spend 5% into the fund 2 balance, and that5%equals $12,645.49, and34WHEREAS,there are significant funding requests that the senate will need to consider 5 during the rest if the 35th session, and, 6 7WHEREAS,under the 5% rule, activitiesoncampus this spring would be severely 8 limited, and,910WHEREAS,accordingtoSLE.33.46, the senate can increase it's allocationto10%if11the appropriate fund balance levelisabove $250,000. The current levelis12$252,909.70, and,1314WHEREAS,the senate needstopass a billtodothis1516THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senate17ofOswego State University that in accordance with SLE.33.46, the18maximum senate allocationberaisesto10%(allowingtheSenatetogo"in19the red" notinexcess of $25,290.98)forthe remainderofthis fiscal year. 2021BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDThat atthestartoffiscal year 200022 2001, the maximum senate allocation be returnedto5%and,2324BE IT FINALLY ENACTEDthat a changeinthe maximum senate25allocationmaybe enacted by next year's senate if they choosetodo so26through a bill.2728SUBMITTEDBY;The Executive Board Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Procedure and Finance Committee Chair SPONSOREDBY:The Body 'SENATE ACTION Passed16Y5NlADATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT10December1999Matt Silverman, President Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCJ[A TJ[ON ,.. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate35thLegislative Session15thMeeting 25 January2000StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.38] AII.Campus Election ScheduleElections:Tuesday3/14/00andWednesday 3/15/00the Student Association is mandated to runanAll-Campus Election; and Week 1 2/16 First Candidate DebateFormat to be decided Week 2 2/23 LDS/S.A. Candidate DebateFormat to be decided Week 33/1Third Candidate DebateFormat to be decided Petitions available in the S.A. Office Petitions due in the S.A. office by 12:00p.m.(NoLater)Official BallotPosted Candidates Meeting (directly following Senate) 1/26/00 2/4/00 2/7/00 2/8/00 to promote greater participation in the election by the student bodyasa whole, whether itisdirect or indirect participation,weare establishing this timetable in order to begin promoting the upcoming election;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following dates be established for the 2000 Election Season: Debates:WHEREAS,WHEREAS,123 45678 9101112131415 1617181920212223 24 25 26

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SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Elections Committee The Body-SENATE ACTION Passed by General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 February 2000 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 16thMeeting 8 February 2000www.oswego.eduj studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-Student Association Bill [SLE.35.39] Funds for CPS Spring SeminarWHEREAS, the Counseling and Psychological Services Department provides graduate and undergraduate students with a valuable service through the productionofthe Spring Seminar; and WHEREAS, the 1999-2000 Spring Seminar will provide specific educational opportunities to students from several departments (CPS, Psychology, Curriculum and Instruction, Sociology, and Anthropology);andWHEREAS, in past years, the annual Spring Seminar has received funding in ordertodefray a portionofthe cost for attending students;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State UniversityofNewYork that $400.00 be transferred from account#947 to an account to be created for the CPS Spring Seminar.BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat these funds are tobeusedas allocated below: Total CostofSeminar: $45.00 Estimated #ofStudent Attendees: 40 (25 Graduates@20.00=$500.00) (15 Undergrads@15.00=$225.00)25G@$10.00 left to cover=$625.00l5UG@ $10.00 left to cover=$450.00 $400.00BEITEVENFURTHERENACTEDthat any allocated funds bespentbyMay12th, 2000orthey will go back into account#947.

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SUBMITTED BY: Jennifer Pereira, Graduate Assistant, CPS Department Jennifer Harris, Graduate Assistant, CPS Department SPONSORED BY: Sen. Buddie, RiggsHallSENATE ACTION Passed 9Y 8N SA Vice President broke the tie vote votinginfavor. DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 February 2000 3/'I_I)0 _Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session17thMeeting15February 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.40] Joint Diversity Funds for Speaker1WHEREAS,SUNY OswegoWomen'sCenter, Rainbow Alliance, and NYPIRG are I,," 2 working together in coalition to continue to educate the Oswego Campus 3 and community on HIV/AIDS; and 4 5WHEREAS,the Best Bookings Agency has made it possible to bring to campus Ms. 6 Carolyn Jones, a celebrated New York fashion photographer and author 7of"Living Proof: Courage in the FaceofAIDS"; and 8 ,,,,.... 9WHEREAS,she has brought extraordinary insight into the remarkable strengthofthe10human spirit with her book and her lecture/slide presentation with those11who are infected with HIV/AIDS; and1213WHEREAS,bringing Ms. Jones and the aids quilt at the same time will bring a more 14 personalized perception and greater understanding on how AIDS affects15allofour lives both directly and indirectly; and 1617WHEREAS,having Ms. Jones here on March 151will be a wonderful introduction into18Herstory Month by a multiple sponsored event withSUNYOswego19organizations encouraging the unificationofgroups on campus and the 20 integrationofthe Oswego Community with the SUNY campus; and2122WHEREAS,it will cost between $2,000 $2,500 to pay Ms. Jones to speak at SUNY23Oswego; 2425THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate 26ofOswego State University that the expenditureof$1,500betransferred27from account #949 Joint Organization Programming, to an account to be28created to help bring Carolyn Jones to campus. SUBMITTED BY: TheWomen'sCenter ,I"" Adzele Kittisou, DirectorofDiversity

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SPONSORED BY: Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Friedl, Off Campus Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall SENATE ACTION Passed20YINIADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT25February 2000 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session17thMeeting15February 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410",Student Association Bill [SLE.35.41]SAVAC Volunteer Recognition Ceremony1WHEREAS,the Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Corps (hereafter known 2asS.A.V.A.c.)isanorganizationofthe Student Associationofthe State 3 UniversityofNew York College at Oswego; and45WHEREAS,which provides free emergency medical services to the campus and 6 surrounding community by operationofa New York State Certified 7 Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulance; and 8910WHEREAS,wewould liketoshow our appreciation to all those who helpusdo our11dutyasan ambulance corps for the college and for the community in12whichwelive; and1314WHEREAS,S.A.V.A.C would like to hold a Volunteer Recognition Dinner and15Awards Night at the Bridie Manor in honorofall those who have16dedicated their time and servicetohelp our community;1718THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate19of Oswego State University that the Student Association funds 20 $1,331.31 from account #947 to be transferred toanaccounttobe21createdtohelp recognize the volunteers who serveus.SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 17Y 4N 2A Jenn Lewis, AdministrativeAssistant S.A.V.A.C. Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Matt Silverman, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 2 March 2000 Date Signed by PresidentD 0rrre:)e,,--t-0sec.)c;, I TC4M\;>-+h<;fr I '-I d ;V1t)e.rS

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session lih Meeting 22 February 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.42] Funds for BlackfriarsWHEREAS, WHEREAS, Blackfriars is a Student Association organization with the chargeofputtingontheater productions to entertain allofthe studentsofOswego State University; and the next Blackfriars production is thatof"Brigadoon"; and@$36.00= $540.00 @ $17.00= $255.00$795.00/2=$397.50 WHEREAS, to put this production on properly, the actors and actressesofBlackfriars need special dance shoes which are quite costly; andWHEREAS,these dance shoes cost $36.00 per pair formen'sshoes and $17.00perpair forwomen'sshoes;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the amountof$397.50 be transferred from account #947 Contingency to account #696 Sets and Props too subsidizehalfofthe costofthe15men'sshoes and15women'sshoes for our Blackfriars.15men'sshoes X15women'sshoes X SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator Timothy Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Senator Jeffrey Cleveland, Blackfriars President

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.. SPONSORED BY: Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Friedl,OffCampus Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall SENA TE ACTION Withdrawn

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON,""'"-----------------------_-:: Senate35thLegislative Session17thMeeting 22 February 2000Student Association Bill [SLE.35.43] Questions for Referendum1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112131415 1617181920212223242526 27 28 29 30 .1"-' 313233 .. WHEREAS,the fundingofthe New York Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) is mandated by the student referendum; andWHEREAS,NYPIRG'spresent contract states that a campus-wide referendum determining NYPIRG's funding must occur every two (2) years and;WHEREAS,a referendum was last put before Oswego student body during the campus-wide electionsof1998; andWHEREAS,a fee increase for NYPIRG has not taken place since the organization's inception at SUNY Oswego in1991and is needed to cover rising costs; andWHEREAS,the student activity fee has not been increased since 1997; andWHEREAS,the desire to allocate more funds to the student programming boards could reduce funding for other student groups; andWHEREAS,the student body at the State UniversityofNew York at Oswego should have the fight to determine if their activity fee is increased; andWHEREAS,there are two open seats on the NYPIRG State BoardofDirectors for SUNY Oswego;THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the following referendum questions be placed on the ballot for the 2000 campus-wide elections1.Do you wish to continue to support a chapterofthe New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) at its current leveloffundingof$3 per full-time student per semester for the next two years? Yes No

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343536 37383940414243442.In order to improve the student services, expand student(s) clubs and programs and enhance extracurricular activities,doyouwish to increase the overall student activity fee by $3perfull-time student per semester,ofwhich$1willbeallocated to NYPIRG, and $2 willbeallocated to other student activity fee funded activities? YesNo3.Pleasechoose twoofthe following students to represent the State UniversityofNewYork atOswegoontheNewYorkPublic Interest ResearchGroup's(NYPIRG) boardofdirectors. Sarah Waffle Chris Stoutenger SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator SPONSORED BY:TheBody-SENATEACTIONPassed21YONOADATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENT 25 February 2000 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCJIATJION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate'35thLegislative Session18thMeeting 29 February 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(3]5)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.44]FundsForCheerleading-WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Cheerleading team at Oswego State University has been in existence in its present form for three years and; this organization has been recognized as a tier 1 organization fortwosemesters, yet has received absolutely no fInancial support from the Student Association during these two semesters; and the Student AssociationofOswego State University shows deep support for school spirit and for any organization that will energize the studentsofOswego State to take more pride in their school and their school athletics; and for the sakeofteam unity, representationofOswego State with pride, and compliance with University mandates that have changed our school colors from green and goldtogreen and black, the cheerleading teammustpurchase new uniformsthis year; and due to the past processofhaving cheerleaders purchase theirownuniforms, a situation has arisen in which members have uniforms that are mismatched and oftenofpoor quality; and the Cheerleading Association is in the midstofand is continuing an extensive fund raising program to raise money for additional costs;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1,944.75 be transferred from account #948 to an account to be created for the Cheerleading Association for the purchaseofnew uniforms.

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BreakdownofCosts for Cheerleading Bill: Skirts$52.95 each Tops$55.95 each Lettering(2color)Lakers$20.75 each Each Uniform$129.65 Total: $129.65 x 15cheerleaders $1,944.75 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed.22YINOAThe Cheer leading Association Joseph Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator Sen. Kemp, Off Campus Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen.Buddie, Riggs Hall M S 'l P;d:> att1Yerman,reSlent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9 March 2000 Date SignedbyPresidentA jOocJ b;1I -kJ<;"cch"V;fy..J,4.S6fe""".-rj",;:)f(o""\3"'''C(j"'-'t>v j .'

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(315) 341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCliATliON,...----------------------------J1J Senate 35th Legislative Session 18th Meeting 29 February 2000StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.45]FundsForGreekWeekWHEREAS, Student Association DirectorofGreek Affairs is partofthe Student Association Executive Committee; and WHEREAS, our objectiveisto work closely with Greek organizations and administrative amongst the Oswego campus and community; and WHEREAS, the Oswego State Greek Community consistsofapproximately one thousand Oswego State students; and WHEREAS, Greek Weekisan opportunitytopromote pride, unity, and school spirit among Greeks & fellow students on the Oswego campus & community; and WHEREAS, last year the campus community, students, administration came outinhuge numbers to be spectators and cheer; and WHEREAS, every event is held on campus allowing every student easy access to attend the events.THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $1,000 be transferred from account #947toan accounttobe created to help fund Greek Week and its activities. BEITFINALLY ENACTED that any money left over from this event be returnedtoaccount #947.

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SUBMITTED BY: Ben Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Senator Laura Kinsley, CoDirectorsofGreek Affairs Vinny Pietrafesa, CoDirectorsofGreek Affairs Denise Rosado, CoDirectorsofGreek Affairs SPONSORED BY: Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall Sen. Whyshosky, Hart Hall Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Kemp,OffCampus SENATE ACTION Passed 15Y 6N 2A DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9 March 2000 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President IS"ijrec..J we,!-10tro"";;,kCI-}-I'/,-0 "(A + jIt&tfAc!(/Gbt.rMtrJ.e.Qdf-14(Jlr SA .fee .

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION""""---------------------------Jl Senate 35thLegislative Session 19thMeeting 7 March 2000StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.46]EmergencyFundsforAllCampusElection WHEREAS, the Student Association is mandated to run an All-Campus Election; and WHEREAS, there was some difficulty getting the voting machines necessary to have such an election due to the Presidential Primaries occurring this year; andWHEREAS,we were able to obtain the necessary machines, unfortunately at a greater cost; andWHEREAS,in order to save approximately 400 dollars we wishtohave one machine in the Hewitt Union insteadoftwo;THEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that $4450 be transferred from account #947 to account #845 (Elections) in order to pay for the voting machines. BEITFURTHER ENACTED that there will be one voting machineinthe Hewitt Union this election year. SUBMITTED BY: Dave Meirowitch, The Elections Committee The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall-

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SENATE ACTION Passed20YON2ADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9 March 2000 Matt Silverman, President Date SignedbyPresidentAs6in&...e')-f/IC1'l(J'1,tc.ffOne.Jt...IV"r:1 s art.f(;./,f()f f U"e;IfJ;ye.+ej"t+...-}+kt.5,,,,,#"Q.j-I-kl1.'"ti+..,-\-0

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 20thMeeting15March 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.47]SenateVisibility WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes the difficultyofstudent political apathy; and the Student Association also recognizes the difficultyofoffcampus Senatorsinmeeting their constituents; and the Student Association also recognizes that whilewehave a consistent meeting place, to the public eye meetinginLanigan Hall often becomes redundant. THEREFOREBEIfENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that at least one Senate meeting per semester willbeheldinthe Union before thanksgiving and spring break respectively. BEIfFURTHER ENACTED that a public question and answer sessionwillbe set forth before the receiptofany Committee Reports. BEIfFINALLY ENACTED that such meetingwillbe publicized in an appropriate manner to assure the maximum public turnout especially concerning Off Campus Students. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSOREDBY:SENATE ACTION Failed 6Y 7N 3A Sen. Provost,OffCampus The Body

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON.OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 20thMeeting15March 2000www.oswego.eduj studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 "'. StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.48] AcademicSupportWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the Student Associationiscommitted to academic success and helping the Student body whenever possible; and the Student Association also recognizes that past syllabiofparticular courses serve a useful purpose though there is usually no practicalwayofaccessing them without causing undue stress on professors;and the Student Association also recognizes the environmental wasteofthe professors having to print extra syllabi for students; andTHEREFOREBEITENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that a course syllabus bank will be established as partofthe SA webpage and classified according to academic department and course number/name BEITFURTHER ENACTED that the list will be maintained and updated through letters sent out by Academic Affairs in the first weekofeach academic semester to all campus. BEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTED that all sylabbi collected for the syllabus bankbereceived only from the Professor who teachesthatparticular course along with a signed release from that professor allowing the postingofthe syllabi on the Academic Affairs web page, BEITFINALL Y ENACTED the Student Association formally asks the appropriate officials to add the syllabi page to the academics sectionofthe SUNY Oswego homepage

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SUBMITTED BY: Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Matt Silvermann, SA President Thomas Hanford, DirectorofAcademic Affairs SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed lOY 3NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 6 April 2000 oDate Si

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON,OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, 13126Senate35thLegislative Session20thMeeting15March 2000www.oswego.eduj-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.49]TheInternational PeaceandAwareness Award Committee WHEREAS, The International Peace and Awareness Committee organizing event for the weekofApril 3rd through April 8th,inorder to integrate the Oswego campus community, student, faculty, and staff to recognize and honor those who have worked toward creating International awareness and unity on this campus; andWHEREAS,The International Awareness Committeeiscomposedofand working with many student representatives and faculty from a varietyoforganizations departments from the SUNY Oswego campus, the Women's Center, Story Tellers Guild, International Student Association, International Student Ambassadors, COPE, ASA, and NAHA, Hart Hall, Residence Life and Housing, and the International Office; and WHEREAS, having this International Peace and Awareness Week willbea wonderful way to raise the consciousnessofboth the campus community and the Oswego Communityinthe acknowledgment and celebrationofthe beautyofunity and diversity throughout our campus community; and WHEREAS, it will cost us $1,000 in order tobringtogether the following featuresofthe week celebration; Award Banquet $500 Diversity workshop and refreshments $500 THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the expenditure $1,000 be transferred from account 949, Joint Organization Programming to new account tobecreated to help fund International Peace and Awareness Week. BEITFINALLY ENACTED that any money collected from the saleoftickets be depositedinaccount #949 Joint Organization Programming.

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SUBMITTED BY: The International Peace and Awareness committee Comprised of: Women's Center COPE ASANAHAInternational Student Association International Student Ambassadors Adzele Kitissou, Diversity Director SPONSORED BY: Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall Sen. Whyshosky, Hart Hall SENA TE ACTION Passed 14Y INlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 5 April 2000

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STUDENTASSOCKATKON '. #fit>, OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 20thMeeting15March 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.50]Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee Section I WHEREAS, The Student Associationisconmlittedtoenvironmental quality on and about SUNY Oswego; and WHEREAS, The Student Association also recognizes the economic stability thatiscreatedbybeing environmentally sound; andTHEREFOREBEITENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Thereforebeit enacted by the Student Association thatallSAbusiness after the beginningofthe Fall 2000 semester willbeconducted on recycled paper to include printer paper, copier paper and other appropriateSAentities. BEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTED that the Student Association will from now on, purchase double sided printers for its computers in the future beginning in the Fall 2000 semester. BEITFURTHER ENACTED that a copyofthis bill will be postedinthe SA computer office and copier office respectively. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED that the Course and Faculty Guide will be printed entirely onlineasa cost saving and environmental measure. BEITFINALLY ENACTED thatallbinders given to SA Senator willbereturned, without contents,atthe endoftheir Senate Term. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall Withdrawn

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 www.oswego.edu/ studentaSenate 35thLegislative Session2151Meeting28March2000202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY ----------------------,1234 56 7891011 ", 1213 '" 141516171819202122232425 262728293031323334353637 -38StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.51] AssociationGrantPolicy WHEREAS,the Student Association has engaged in thepracticeofgiving funding to non-Student Association organizations, departments, and/or groups; andWHEREAS,there has been no firm policyonwhat determineswhogets fundingorhowonegoes about it; andWHEREAS,the process employed in the past is not consistent due to a lackoffilmpolicy; andWHEREAS,providing this funding has resulted in lower funding levelsofS.A.organizations in the past at the benefitofthe non-Student Association organizations, depm1ments,orgroups funding;THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswegoState University that any allocated funds from theS.A.budget to a non-Student entity shall now bedeemedas a "GRANT', and shallbe as:any ;\ssociation funding allocated in the --annuaf1)udget to any orgamzation,department,orgrouprelated to the Collegenotwith a Constitution approved by theStudentAssociation SupremeCourtoroneoftheStudentAssociation's outside contractorsnoranyone included in the ExecutiveBranch.BEITEVEN FURTHER ENACTEDthat theStudentAssociationGrantPolicybeimplemented in two phases, with the first phase taking effect upon this bill becoming law, and the second phaseofthe policy taking effect in the Spring 2001 -2002budgetprocess.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthatPHASE Iofthe policy contain the following:TheStudentAssociation must first satisfy its financial obligationstoStudent Association clubsandOrganizations before determining anyofthatfiscalyear'sgrantallocations. Grantswill be considered on an individual request basis, and each on its own merit and not based on a departmental, organizational,orclub request basis.

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39401styeargrantrequests shall NOT exceedanallocationof41$1,500.00.4243A non-1styeargrantallocation shall NOT exceed the44maximum allocated amount available to anyTier2 S.A.45Organization inthatgiven fiscal year.464748Grantallocations shall NOT be admitted into theStudent49Association organization appeals process.5051Grantfunding shall NOT be allocated to any52organization, department,orgroupthatdoes not provide53for open membership to S.A. students.5455Grantallocations shall not be used for fundraising56purposes.5758BEITFURTHER ENACTED that PHASEIIofthepolicy contain the59following:6061The Senate Finance Committee must review all"Grant" -62requestsata time the committee shall deemappropriate63in accordance with the budget process.6465Grantrequests must be sponsored by a S.A. organization,66department,orclub; those receiving funding will have an67account establishedunderthatsponsoring organization,68department,orclub's budget.6970Grantrequests must be submitted to the Officeofthe71Director of Finance by the second academicFridayin the72month of February.7374The consideration of anygrantrequests by the Budget75Council shall be reserved until such timethatthe process76for reviewing budget requestsiscomplete [after Clause III,77Section B.,Part6ofLaw SLE.33.05],atwhich time the78Senate Finance CommitteeChairshall meet with the79Budget CouncilandJustify the"Grant"requests.8081Grantrequests not submitted by the deadline(second82academic Friday in the monthofFebruary)will not be ".... 83accepted.84 ,.--------------------------------

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85 ",86 87BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthatS.A.GrantRequest Formsbe 88 createdpriorto the Spring semester and be made available through the 89 Officeofthe DirectorofFinance duringthe first academic weekinthe 90 Spring semester.9192BEITFINALLY ENACTEDthat any organization, department, or group93requesting a S.A. Grant must receive a copyofthe Grant Policy from the 94 Officeofthe DirectorofFinancepriortosubmitting a request, and adhere95toits guidelines.96 97SUBMITTED BY: The Budget Council [Spring 2000]98SPONSORED BY: Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall 99 100101SENATE ACTION 102 Passed12YONlA103104105DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 106 6 April 2000 107 ..

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON 202HewittUnionOswego,NY1 /:; (315)341-3601Fax(315)341-5410Senate 35thLegislative Session21SIMeeting 28 March 2000ReferendumSenatorsFunnelle Hall Gloria Toso 941.Doyou wish to continue to support a chapterofthe New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) at its current leveloffundingof$3 per full-time student per semester for the next two years? Votes in the Negative: 251 Votes in the Negative: 369 Votes in the Mfmnative: 944 Votesinthe Affumative: 8142.In order to improve the student service, expand student(s) clubs and programs and enhance extracurricular activities, do you wish to increase the overall student activity fee by $3 per full-time student per semester,ofwhich$1will be allocated to NYPIRG, and $2 willbeallocated to other student activity fee funded activities?THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Student Association recognizes the following resultsofthe 2000 All-Campus Election as the official results:PresidentSaleem Cheeks 1005 TimBarnhart135 VicePresidentJosephStorch 661 BenJakes-Johnson509 RyanBaker134HartHallJosephSimmons 112 Richard Tabeteau 92 Mike Kanick73StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.52] 2000 All-Campus Election ResultsWHEREAS,the 2000 Student Association All-Campus Election occurredonMarch 14 and 15; andWHEREAS,the passageofSenate legislation is needed to officially validate these results; 1 2 3 4 567 8 9 101112131415.1617 1819202122 23 24 252627 28 293031 32 33 34 353637 38 .",.... 39404142 43

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3. Please choose twoofthe following students to represent the State UniversityofNew York at Oswego on the New York Public Interest Research Group;s (NYPIRG) boardofdirectors. 44 454647484950SarahWaffle: 741Chris Stoutenger: 621 SUBMITTED BY: Dave Meirowitch, Chair Elections Committee SPONSORED BY: The Body-SENATE ACTION Passed 16YONOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT5April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION",.. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session22,ndMeeting4April2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ... Student Association Bill [SLE.35.53] Pledge of Allegiance 1 WHEREAS,the Student Association is modeled after the governmentofthe United 2 States; and3 WHEREAS,Congress opens every morning with a PledgeofAllegiance to the 4 American flag; and5 WHEREAS,The American Flag not only serves as a symbolofnational unity, pride, 6 and respect, but also is a symbolofdiversity.78 THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate 9ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that at the beginningof10 each meeting, immediately following the gavel, the pledgeofallegiance11willberead leadbythe presiding officerofthe Senateora designated12official.BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat no student, senator,orspectator be obligated to recite all or partofthe PledgeofAllegiance. SUBMITTED BY: Larry Provost, Off Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Derek Buddie, Riggs Hall Senator Angelica Lagares, Seneca Hall Senator Scott Lukowski, Scales Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Failed 5-11-3

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 22ndMeeting 4 April 2000www.oswcgo.edu;-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.54] Budget Reform1WHEREAS,it is currently difficult to analyze long term trends in the budget; and 2 3WHEREAS,the Student Association is committed to ensuring fairness and equality in 4 the budget process; and 5 6WHEREAS,analyzing longtermtrends in thebudgetwouldbebeneficialtoall 7 Senators, especially newer Senators; 8 9THEREFORE BEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate 10ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that when the proposed11budget is submitted to the Senate, it contain the financial figuresof12 campus groups for the previous three years as opposed to the previous13one year as is now presented. SUBMITTED BY: Larry Provost,OffCampus Senator Gloria Toso, Funnelle Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Amanda Friedl,OffCampus Senator SENATE ACTION Passed unanimously 18YONOADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 12 April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCIATKON",OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 22ndMeeting 4 April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101WHEREAS,2 3WHEREAS,4 5 6 'c 7 8 .... 9 10111213141516 17 18 1920 c," Student Association Bill [SLE.35.55] Constituent Communicationthe Student Association is committed to upgrading and improvement; and the Student Association recognizes the possibility that a conflictofinterest could arise with a senator introducing a bill and/or resolution and not informing hisorher respective constituencies (i.e. Hall Council or the Off Campus Association);THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that all Student Association Senators immediately notify their constituencies through Hall Councilor the Off Campus Associationifthey have submitted and/or sponsored a bill or resolution;BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat a copyofthe minutesofevery meeting, starting immediately be transmitted to the Off Campus Association and appropriate Hall Councils by the fastest means possible;BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat Senate request the Off Campus Association and Hall Councils to bring any major discrepancies to the attentionofthe Student Association. SUBMITIED BY:LarryProvost, Off Campus Senator Gloria Toso, Funnelle Hall Senator

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 22ndMeeting 4 April 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.56] Club and Organization Advisement1WHEREAS,many student clubs and organizations already have faculty, staff,or2 administrative advisors; and 3 4WHEREAS,student clubs and organizations, as well as the campus as a whole, can 5 benefit from advisement because advisorscanprovideclubs with 6 important guidance, a link to faculty andadministration,and a 7 continuanceofthe organization in the eventofa complete turnoverof8 membership orofan Executive Board;and 9 10WHEREAS,having faculty advisors would get more faculty members involved in11student activities. This would make our campus more active, andbuild 12 strong relationships between students and faculty.1314THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate15ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that every SA 16 organization submitting a charter be required to list the nameofa17faculty, staff,oradministrator on the charter.1819BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat each group make a reasonable 20 effort to have an advisor. In the event that they do not have one listed on21their charter, they must show their good faith effort to the Senate 22 Finance Committee by producing request letters and rejection letters 23 from 5 advisement candidates.2425BEITFINALLY ENACTEDthat the Student Association President 26 and Vice President work with Student Affairs to put together a manual 27 for faculty/staff advisors to make sure that advisors understand their role 28 and relationship with SA clubs and organizations

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'. SUBMITTED BY: Matt Silverman Joseph Storch. Vice President Larry Provost,OffCampus Senator SPONSORED BY: Joe Attigliatto,OfrCampus Senator Dave Meirowitch,OfrCampus Senator Gloria Toso, Funnelle Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Failed 3-15-0

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON'"... OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 22ndMeeting 4 April 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410WHEREAS,S.A.organizations and the Senate have dedicated numerous hoursoftheir time to successfully budget for the needsofthe entire campus community; andWHEREAS,the Senate has to approve a budget for the fiscal year 2000 2001; andWHEREAS,the Senate should have on legislative record a line by line budget that they approved;Student Association Bill [SLE.35.57] Student Association Budget July 2000June 2001WHEREAS,the Student Association Executive Branch has worked diligentlyonbehalfofallstudents; andTHEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the 2000 200 1 fiscal year budget is as follows, with breakdownsofyear oneofthree year plans (attached breakdown):WNYOAccount 590:$5,000.00$1000.00 $159.00$39.00$161.00$161.00$1200.00 $4500.00$900.00$8120.00$5,000.00WTOPAccount 616: 250 Denon CD Cart Shells 1TEACCD-PI440CDPlayers@159.00 ea. 100 Console on/off Light Bulbs (.39 ea.) 2 Stereo Line Faders for Console (80.50 ea.) 2 Mono Mike Faders for Console (80.50 ea.) 2 Technics Turntables (600.00 ea.) 3 DenonCDCart Players (1500.00 ea.) 1 Sony DTC DAT Recorders (900 ea.) TeleprompterTafAL:TOTAL: 123456789 1011121314151617181920212223 2425262728 293031323334 353637 38 3940

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(See attached; Notethatitalicized figuresarePresidentialadjustmentsto the Budget Council's recommendations.)THEREFORE BEITENACTEDthat the S.A. Budget for the20002001 fiscal year reflect the increaseofthe NYPIRG budgetasthe students votedinthe referendumofthe S.A. All Campus Election.CrewAccount # 517 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 4,919.00 $2880.00 $800.00 $750.00 $347.00 $42.00 $100.00 Saleem Cheeks, Student Association President Elect Sen. Attigliato, Off Campus Sen. Provost, Off Campus Sen. Buddie, Riggs Hall TaI'AL:12ETC Source 4 Lighting Fixtures, $240. Each (Replacement) 2B&K Microphones, Model 4060, $400.00 each 1 Jet 1 1/5HPShaper 1 Deviliss Spray Gun GTI 6oos, 305 1 Deviliss cup, #TLC 555 1 Deviliss # WB-1 ooD Hand Held Compressor TOTAL BoatBlackfriarsAccount #705: DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT17April 2000 SENATE ACTION Passed 9Y 5NOA4142 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 505152 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 606162 63 64 65 66 SUBMITTED BY: 67 SPONSORED BY: 68 69 707172 73 74 75 76 77 78j., '.\.

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626MusicS440S440627 -Eaulnment S2.500$2.850ALLOCATION$3.640$3.990 MIXED CHOIR630ConcertE mense $245$250631Music$446$550 ALLOCATION $691$800 !""COLL/COMM ORCHESTRA Concert &xnense $300$350 &u Music$600$750'.637 Eownment $400$350638Perfonners$600$800ALLOCATION$1.900$2.250 i"GOSPEL CHOIR640 $3.500$1.000641Concert &xnense $1.250$2.500642Music$500$1.750,643instructor$3.000$3.000 ALLOCATION $8.250$8.250SOLID STATE645Purchase/Rent$300$300646IEnulriment$700$1.000647Concert Emense S300$400 648 Instrument Renalr S600$400 \ ALLOCATION$1.900$2,100STATE SINGERS650Concert &xnense $250$300 651Music$350$400ALLOCATION$600$700 UNITED MUSIC ORG. 652Meals$500$500653 $1.000$1.000654Transnortatlon$2.800$2.800 > ALLOCATION$4.300$4.300 BLACK STUDENT UNION 660PublicitvS650$650 661-1 Telenhone $475$475662Travel$1.250$1.000663 Events S12.000$12.000665Dinner$6.000$8.000 ALLOCATION$22.375$22.125215INCOMELINE$11.2501$(1.2501 NET ALLOCATION$21.125$20.875 >;itI"""JEWISH STUDENT UNION OfficeSuoolies$50$90b/6Events$200$180677AwarenessWeek$600$540 ALLOCATION $ 850 $810 RainbowAWance 667Events$12.000S13.000668 Advertlslnl! S55081.350669OfficeSuoolies$50$50670Telenhone$500$500671Video$200$300 672Publication & Books8250$250673Newsletter$5008300ALLOCATION$14.050$ 15.750LATINO STUDENT UNION 682OfficeSuoolies$8-683Advertlsln"8300S855684Activities816.000815.300685Travel8700S810ALLOCATION$17.000$16.965217INCOME LINE8{3.oool S (3.0001 NETALLOCATION $14.000$13.965 ASIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION690AsianAwarenessWeek$1.20081.200691Events83.25083.750692 Dinner $2.25082.250 ALANASneaker $1.000S1.000ALLOCATION $7.700$8.200 BLACJDl'RIARS 693StudentTheatre81.200S1.200694 U"httnll 82.12082.350695Costumes &MakeutJ 88.100S8.500696 Sets& Prons815.500 S 16.500697 PhotOI!raDhv 81.100 S 1.200698Publications & Subsentions874S102699Publlcltv82.100 S 2.600700Sound81.500S1.500 I"IIIliiiIIRovalUes $5.220S1.800 2 Treasllrcr $400 S 400 .J:IOrchestrn 81.750 S1704 ACTF R,'l!lonal 8300 S 600 705YearIof3 Year"Ian$:1.700S 4.919218INCOME LINE :;11:J.UUU)..l.10,VVUJNET ALLOCATION$24.364$26.671 EXECUTIVE 750 PresidentsSalnru 36th$1.980$1.980751PresidentsSalarY37th$550$550752INutritionalComoensatlon$500$500753SummerPavroll$2.000$2.000754 Chiefof Staff SnlnnJ S400S400773StudentServices Ml!r Salary$34.400$35.432756I SASecretarY$15.000$15.450757MediaSecretarv$6.300$6.489758Teleohone36th82.000$2.000759Telenhone37th85008500760DIrectorofGreekAffairs$600$400760-11Assoc. Directors ofGreekAffairs$400761IDirectorofAcademic Affalrs $400$400763I Director of CommunicatfDn $1.200$1.200764Ass.OlrofCommunications$400$400765Dir.ofCamousCommunltvEnhancementS400$ 40765-11 Dwers;tu Dent$766I &ecuttve ProectsS2.400$2.500767WNYOExec. Olr.$2.000$2.000769 Communlcatlllnso.martment S2.000$2.550770ITIer 1nromos$400$300771Lawsuits$2.000$2.000775ICourse&FacultvInformationGuide81.250755-11 AcademiC Affalrs Office$600Greek Affalrs Deot$500WebMaster$400I Conwuter Lab Technictan $550I ALLOCATION$75.430$81.151ISAPS776ISAPB Concerts $69.684$70.000776-11ConcertsChairIS400777 I SAPB Lectures $13.000$15,000777-11LecturesChair$400778SAPBClnevislons$15.000S17.000778-11ClnevisionsChair$400779I SAPBPromotions85.000$5,000779-11Promotions Chalr $400780SAPBDirt Dau 1$10.000$7.000781ISAPB SoecialEuerus $10.0001$15.00078I-IISoecialEventsChair$400782SAPB Per onnina Arts1$5.000$2.970783!SummerSession1$3.50084.500784ISummerSessionDIrectorS8762ISAPB Director Salaru S75081.000I AssIStant Director$500MaDill Actiuilies I$8.500I Proaranunina OoeratiDns$33.600 [ PrOaram AssIStantFUnd $3.000I ALLOCATION1$131.934$185.070! I:'
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.. .."":;;:;; 912AmbulanceRenlacement$5.000$5.000913RadioRenlacement$3.000$3.200914DefibrillatorReplacement$1.500$1.500915AmbulanceMaintenance$2.000$2.500ALLOCATION$26.650$ 27.550WOMEN'S CENTER 920OfficeSunnlles$250$350 Advertlslnl! $700$750 ,.-. Postae:e$25$50Educational SeIv1ces $1.250$1.500 ".. 4Transoortatlon$100$100925TeleohoneS530$530926HumanSexualltv$300S200927Women'sHerstorvMonth$7.000$7.500928Women Maldnl! News$450$450 ALLOCATION $10.605$11.430 CSA 934AnnualDinner$2.425$2.425935CaribbeanWeek$2.000$2.700936Conferences$550$500937 Backvard Jam$3.500$4.500938PhoneAccount$300S300 ALLOCATION $8.775$10.425ner2 OUTING CLUBEvents$3.500$-IEoulnment/Supplles$150$-Travel$350$ALLOCATION $4.000$-NTSU678Office SUDDles$300$450679Publications/POstal!e$1.000S1.000680 Prol!rams $2.500$2.500681Telenhone$500$500ALLOCATION$4.300$ 4.450MEN'S V-BALL 524Games/Refs$3.300$2.000525Eoulpment$300$350526Travel$400$900 ALLOCATION $4.000$3.250 DELSARTE 930Penormances$2.250$1.464931Advertislnl!$250$250932EoulDment/Costumes$1.500S726ALLOCATION$4.000$ 2.440II""'"MISCELLANEOUSCentro S37.300S5S.600 1140-1 Contlnl!encv-Cenuo$18.6501$-941 CenUo Renavment158l$ $-942FamIlv Plannine: $to.OOO$11.125943PrIor Year Exaense $3.000$5.000943-1ReconcWation Exaense $-$.944StudentRefunds$2.500$2.500945NYPIRG$36.150S49.960946Manal!ementContlnllencv $3.000$3.000947 Conttnaencu $17.500S16.639948 Fixed AssetsS6.500$6.500949JointO ..,amzatlonPrOgramming $4.000$4.000ALLOCATION $138.600$157.324CLUB FUNDING$25.000$25.000 APPEALS $-TOTAL SPENDING$1.122.392$1.212.310TOTAL INCOME $1.126.092$1.212.310InterestIncome$12.000$12.000 SummerIncome $10.000$11.000Fee:FaU16250..,0116437"731S437.500S469.901 Fee: SrJrlno 15S00..,01l6053"731S406.000S441.S69 PTFaUII450"5.83"6111 S20"6.0S"61S50.721$ 55.450 PT SvrtnlJ 11470"S.83"6111591 "6.OS"6/ S51.421S58.040TOTAL$967.642S1.048.260INCOMEUNES$158.450$164.050TOTAL INCOME$1.126.092$1.212.310 ll;j"((",;Ierk;j/Ul 1.000 S 1.000906 Insurance:> 8.000 S 8.000907Public Relations :> 50 $ 50 908Medlc,1l Supolles :> 5.000 $ 5.000909 OllleeSupulles:> 50 S 50

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION ..OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session23'dMeeting11April 2000www.oswego.edul-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Bill [SLE.35.58] Reportofthe Environmental Awareness Committee II I WHEREAS,the Student Associationiscommittedtoenvironmental quality; and23WHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes that the costlbenefit analysisof4 printing the Course and Faculty Guide on paper was not worth it this 5 year; and67 WHEREAS,Course and Faculty Guides were being given out at least several at a ..,.... 8 timebythe beginning of this semester; and910WHEREAS,the Student Associationiscommitted to correcting our errors and11making the Course and Faculty Guideaneven better entity;1213THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate14oftheState University of New York at Oswego that next year the entire15Course and Faculty Guide be printed online. SUBMITTED BY: Larry Provost, Off Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Funnelle Hall Senator SENATE ACTION PassedlOY2NlADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT19April 2000 Date

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON """ OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 23rdMeeting11April 2000www.oswego.edu/ -studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ,."" Student Association Bill [SLE.3S.S9] Remembrance of May 19701WHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes that the 1 stofMay 2000 marks the 2 30th anniversaryofthe invasionofCambodia and thereafter followed 3 the killingof4 students at Kent State University, Ohio, 2 students at 4 Jackson State University Mississippi, manyofthe peopleofSoutheast 5 Asia and many Americans; and 6 7WHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes that these events were monumental 8 not only for the United States as a whole, but for college studentsonthe 9 political left, right, and center; and1011WHEREAS,theStudentAssociation recognizes thatSUNYOswegowasa12headquarters for all SUNY student strike activity in Mayof1970; and1314WHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes that little is being done to remember 15 these events and that there is still much tobelearned from the eventsof16 1970; and1718WHEREAS,Academic Affairs sees a great opportunity for students to learn from the19eventsof1970 regardlessofpolitical or moral belief; 20 21THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State 22 UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we mark the 1stofMay 2000 as 23 a DayofPeace and Remembrance; 24 25BEITFURTHER ENACTEDthat Academic Affairs asks a segmentofthe faculty to 26 share in the formofthe written word whatitis that happened in Mayof27 1970 at their campuses, their feelings towards it, what they learned from 28 the events then, and what they haveIearned from these events since; 29

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30 BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that Academic Affairs will send out copiesof31this billtofaculty on the list on the attached segment who were either 32 appointed to SUNY Oswego, were in college at this time, or have33special, particular, and non political contributions that they can add to 34 history;3536 BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that students and faculty are urged to ask other 37 interested faculty to contribute their scholarly ideas to this project; 38 39 BE IT EVEN FURTHER ENACTED that this project shall run its course throughout 40 the year 2000 and before Christmas 2000 all articles, papers, and41materials graciously given by the faculty will be donated by Academic 42 Affairs to Oswego's Penfield Library and be bound remaining the 43 propertyofthe Library; 44 45 BE IT FINALLY ENACTED that we transmit this bill to our colleagues in the SUNY 46 system and invite them to similarly peacefully commemorate and 47 expand upon the State UniversityofNew York atOswego's48 remembranceofMay 1970 in a non political fashion. Date DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT25April 2000 SENATE ACTION Passed 9YON4A SUBMITTED BY:LarryProvost Off Campus Senator TW Hanford DirectorofAcademic Affairs SPONSORED BY: Dave Haahr, Onondaga Hall Senator Tim Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Senator

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/ studenta202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON",...----------------------.K.I Senate35thLegislative Session 24thMeeting18April 2000StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.60] CreationofNew Senate Seats IWHEREAS,involvement in Student Association Senate at the State UniversityofNew York at Oswego are scattered around many constituencies, leaving certain constituencies underrepresented or unrepresented, and leaving many Senate seats unfilled;WHEREAS,there have been many problems reaching quorum at senate this year and in years past which can delay or even stop important business and WHEREAS, there are students and groupsoncampus whose needsare not represented by the current structureofthe Senate; and WHEREAS, it is important for us to take steps to represent all students at Oswego, and also take stepstoeducate ourselvesasa senate about the needs and concernsofthose who have not been traditionally represented to the Student Association; THEREli'ORE BEITENACTEDbythe Studenl Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that an amendment to the Constitution be made in Section II, article 3, and the amendment be called Section II, article 3A which states the following; I-thatanExecutive Department DepartmentofAthletic Affairs be created to represent the interestsofAthletic Clubs andofIntramural Sports and players, and be granted one Senate seat to represent these students; II-that the DepartmentofAcademic Affairs be granted two Senate seats, one, an undergraduate student and one a graduate student, to represent the needs and concernsofthose constituencies; III-that the DepartmentofJoint Organization Programming be granted one Senate seat to represent the needs and concernsof

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Student Association organizations, with the responsibility to discuss bills with individual organizations; IV -that the DepartmentofGreek Affairs be granted one Senate seat to represent the needs and concernsofGreek students to the Senate, with the responsibility to report back to those Greek Organizations on bills and on events going on in Student Association;BEITFURTHERENACTEDthat eachofthese organizations submit nominations to be confirmed and/or elected by the Senate body by a majority vote;BE ITFURTHER ENACTEDthat these Senators be required to follow the same rulesasother Senators, including rulesofattendance at Senate meetings and Senate committee meetings and that the authority and responsibility lies in the Senatetoremove anyofthese 5 Senators should they not fulfill their dutiesasoutlined above.Inthis case, the Senate will confirm and/or elect another Senator,asnominated by the individual organizationassoonaspossible;BE ITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the total numberofSenate seats available to be filled change from the current breakdownof19On Campus 20 Off Campus 39 Total Senators to a breakdownof19On Campus 20 Off Campus 5 Representative 43 totalBE ITFINALLY ENACTEDthat this amendment take effect upon passing with the additional seats available for the 36thLegislative Session and beyond; SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Storch, Vice President Joe Attigliatto, Off Campus Senator Adzele Kitissou Senate Action Not debated

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 24thMeeting18April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [SLE.35.61]CreationofNew Senate SeatsII1WHEREAS,the current system for Senate representation is very unequal in the ease 2 with which a student can be elected to an on-campus seat as opposed to 3 the ease at which a student can be electedtoan off-campus seat; and 4 5WHEREAS,many on-campus students do seek to become senators but cannot 6 because either the Senate seatsoftheir hall are already filled or because 7 they are a freshman moving into a hall thatalready has filled Senate 8 seats; and 910WHEREAS,the Student Association seekstoinvolve as many diverse opinions and11as many students as it can to be able to make the best decisions for the12student bodyofSUNY Oswego1314THEREFOREBEITENACTEDby the Student Association Senate15ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that the representation16ofSenate change from the current representationof1 Senator for17approximately 200 students to thatofthe following representation-18 19Johnson Hall-2 seats 20 Riggs Hall2 seats21Waterbury Hall-2 seats 22 Scales Hall2 seats23Hart Hall-4 seats 24 Funnelle Hall-4 seats 25 Mackin Complex1 seats 26 Seneca Hall-6 seats27Cayuga Hall4 seats 28 Onondaga Hall-6 seats 29 Oneida Hall-4 seats 30 Off Carnpus29 seats

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!I"" 3132 '+ 3334 35 36 373839 4041424344 45 46 47 .. 48 ..""... 49 5051BE ITFURTHERENACTEDthat at least one seat from each designated "living center" be held open for election in the fall semester,togive opportunity for Freshmen to run for Senate seats;BE ITFURTHER ENACTEDthat this be the apportionment for the next all-campus election to be held in Spring semester, 2001, with one seat from each "living center" kept off the ballot for election in the fall;BE ITFURTHER ENACTEDthat this apportionment take effect with the commencementofthe 36thlegislative session May1,2000;BE ITFURTHER ENACTEDthat the rules for Senator attendance, quorum at meetings being 1/2ofcurrent Senators, and all other rulesofSenate conduct remain the same;BE ITFINALLY ENACTEDthat copiesofthis bill be sent to all Hall Councils, the Off Campus Association, and all formsofmedia to publicize the change, and that the DepartmentofCommunication advertise the newly available Senate seats to the campus body. SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Storch, Vice President Saleem Cheeks, President Senate Action Not debated

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STUDENTASSOCIATIONOSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35th Legislative Session 24th Meeting 25 April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-Student Association Bill [SLE.35.62] Student AssociationComputer Room Overhaul Package WHEREAS,the computer room in the Student Association offices no longer is equipped to handle the increasing demandsofour student organizations; andWHEREAS,the computer room was created over 5 years ago but was not maintained both with respect to the hardware and software that was installed; andWHEREAS,ourorganizations require tools for program planning and club treasurers' require computer systems that work;THEREFORE BE IT ENACTEDby the Student Association Senate at Oswego State University that upon the submissionoffinal Purchase Order Requests and Finance Department encumbranceofoutstanding balances, that a totalofall unspent allocations be made.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat an account be created with a balanceofzero dollars ($0) and be allowed to run into the negative concurrent to the amountofthe total allocations unspent.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat before the account to be created can be expended into the red, all unspent allocations must first be used to offset any accounts already in the negative.BE IT FURTHER ENACTEDthat this action only applies to the year end 1999 2000 budget.BEIT FINALLY ENACTEDthat the Senate adequately budget for computer maintenance in future fiscal years. SUBMITTED BY: Saleem M. Cheeks, Student Association President SPONSORED BY: Gloria Toso, Funnelle Hall Senator Larry Provost,OffCampus Senator Shannon Merrick, Onondaga Hall Senator SENATE ACTION PassedBYON2A DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 26 April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION __ __ it 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126 www.oswego.edu/-studenta Senate 35thLegislative Session 1stMeeting 4 May 1999StudentAssociationResolution[RES.35.01]ImprovingCampusCommunication(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410..WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,WHEREAS,communication is a big issue for all students at Oswego State University; and many studentsfindthat theyareunawareofon campusandoff campus events that interest them; and most communication mediums presently used suchasflyers, mailings, and posterscanbecome extremely costly; and all Oswego State University students are automatically givenane-mail account ending in @oswego.edu upon enrollment; and a weekly majordomo e-mail listing all campus events known as the "Campus LifeEvents List," isalreadypublished by the DepartmentofCampus Life, 125 Hewitt Union,andmastered by Shelley Manley (rmanley@oswego.edu)andsent out to all interested students; and while most students do not currently know that the list exists, toaddmore students to this majordomo list would cost little,bevery cost effective, and may make students more awareofcampus events;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association Senate of Oswego State University thatwestrongly encourage Shelley Manley and the departmentofCampus Life to work together with the DepartmentofInstructional Computing (LC.C.),8BSnygg Hall, to create a sign up sheet for the campus E-vents list that wouldbeincludedinthe computing packet freshmen receive at summer orientation from LC.C.BEITFURTHERRESOLVED that the Senate strongly encourage the Public Relations divisionofStudent Association and the Off Campus Association to publicize the existence of the campus E-vents list to allonand off campus students.BEITFINALLY RESOLVED that copiesofthis resolution be sent to the departmentsofCampus Life, Student Services, Telecom, Instructional Computing, Networking, Admissions, and to President Stanley for approval and hopefully encouragement. SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Storch, Funnelle Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 5 May 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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(315)341-3601Fax:(315)341-5410www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION."..,----------------:---:----oi-I Senate 35thLegislative Session 1stMeeting 4 May 1999Student Association Resolution [RES.35.02] Thank you Alison Zarecki WHEREAS,Alison Zarecki has served both as a Student Association Senator and as the Assistant Directorofthe Student Association Programming Board; andWHEREAS,she has served in both capacities with zeal and with the utmost professionalism; andWHEREAS,her take charge approach has forged a path for the Student Association Programming Board to follow that has allowed it to survive all the rigors that go along with programming on a college campus; andWHEREAS,through her leadership and advisement, a better, stronger programming board willbeleft in her wake;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that Alison Zarecki be thanked for allofher service to the college community.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Alison Zarecki be wished the bestofluckinallofther future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 5 May 1999 S/s/fr Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION __ __ 202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaSenate 35th Legislative Session 3m Meeting14September 1999 StudentAssociation Resolution[RES.34.03] AlternateElectior.Methods (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,WHEREAS,every studenta SUNY Oswego theright and is encouraged to vote ir the Stude)!t Association elections;and the percentageofstudents who votea! Oswego has faHen over the years as it ha" at colleges anduniversities nationwide;and allstudents atSUNY OSVie-gO have access 1.0e-mail, the internet, the on-campus pbone system,and the NJCE phone registration system; and many schools nationwide ofdifferent size:;;and types, such as the Univer<;ity of Missouri-RoHa, Weste'1l Illinois University, Bucknell University (Pennsylvania). The Universityof Hawaii-Manoa, Washington Univcr.,ity (Missouri), and several others have enjoyed immense success ir. i::creasing voter turnout through alternate electionsuch as electtonic counting, e-mal!, web site voting, toll fref' phonesy,tfm,voting,and,other meth,;.:is:li;ompkment te :thecun-entsystema! .geing fOvoting poils: andalreadyc.xist:;todt::Jwith'l&meshinirrg,iQ.;Joiwith' the Sn.ce!lt Aswcia:ioii elections THEREFOREBE iT RESOl. VImbythe Student Association Senate ofOswego State University that the Senate Ejections committee be charged withthtwskofre5earching. discussing, reporting on, and possibly implementing 110t have to include votir:g Ihfoughe-maiLweb. sites, loll free phone systems, anddectroni:-bnBot couming.'Thesemethods,ifincorporate,j would act as a supplement,hutwouldnot repla<:e our current \'otingBE. IT }'URTHERRESOLVE})thm the committee prepare a surveyto. . be given to stt'cknts todet<,;rmi.!lcwhich ilit.emahl methods they Nould like teimplemented.UE IT FURTHERRESiH..VED that thee!ectIonscOlumittee Ihee!prepare someefreport to the Senate en thefeasibilityvm..ing methods to givenby the-electioT\scommittee chair no later thanMarch 1, 1999.Any billsforthcomingfrom report would have tobe sul:lmittcd by April t,1999 and would rake effect for me :2000-2001 schoolyea... BEIT FINA.LLY RESOLVED rhat the Communications Director be putin chargeof publicizing said changes andrn-::thods so all smdents wIll have the to utiliu SUBMITTEDBY; Joseph Storch, FunneileH
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202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Senate35thLegislative Session 3rdMeeting14September 1999StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.04) Full DisclosureofFactory Locations Is Vital to "CodeofConduct"WHEREAS,last fall the Student Association passed Resolution 34.05 which condemned the useofsweatshop labor for OSU products; andWHEREAS,since that time the Oswego Foundation has workedona "codeofconduct" which includes 'Workplace and Employment Standards", but does not require companies to disclose where their factories are located; andWHEREAS,a code that does not require full disclosure is ineffective because it provides no mechanism for monitoring whether a company is violating the rightsofworkers.Iffactory locations are public, not only will consumers know where the clothes they buy are made, but international monitors can visit these factories and inform universities about the conditions under which their garments are made; andWHEREAS,the Foundation Board (who licenses the college trademark) willbemeeting on Thursday to decide whether to add full disclosure to the "codeofconduct";THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that the Student Association strongly urge the Foundation to add full disclosure to the proposed "codeofconduct".BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the Student Association is prepared to wage an extensivecampaign, including student rallies, media contacts, and legal aid, to see this measure throughifit is not adopted by the Foundation. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Senate Body SENATE ACTION Passed General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT16September 1999

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 7th Meeting12October 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.35.05] InclusionofPersonal Safety Devices in P.I.P.PlanWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, The main concern with the Security Escorts Personal Safety system here at Oswego is its costof$50 per semester; and The Health and Safety Committee is constantly looking for ways to lower the priceofthese safety beeperssomore students can afford to utilize the service; and Thereisalreadyinexistence a program runbythe officeofResidence Life and Housing known as the P.I.P. plan (Programming Incentive plan); and WHEREAS, This highly successful program rewards students who attend a certain numberofhall events with points which can eventually leadtoprizes; and WHEREAS, There are two slots on the P.I.P. plan equaling to$25and $50 respectively; and WHEREAS, The costofproviding beepers to students at either a half scholarship or a full scholarship would correspondtothese slots that already exist; THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State University that encourage and thank in advance the officesofResidence Life and Housing and Auxiliary services for inclusionofa personal safety beeper with the other prizes providedbythe P.I.P. plan BEITFURTHER RESOLVED that copiesofthis resolution be senttoMarie ShumanofResidence Life and Housing and Mike FlahertyofAuxiliary Services.

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SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed 23YONOAJoseph Storch, Chair-Health and Safety Committee The Body ......... Matt Silverman, President-,DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT12October 1999 Date Signed by President

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',,, OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCKATKON "202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 9thMeeting 26 October 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.06]OrganizationsCommitmenttoCooperationWHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,The Student Association acknowledges the differenceofopinion between campus groupsaswell as Greek and Non-Greek students; and The Student Association recognizes the strong emotions that are more and more engulfing the campus between such groups to the dismayofstudents on all sidesofrelated issues; and The Student Association recognizes that the campus would be better served by campus groups discussing their differences together without assigning blametoone group or another;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofOswego State University that oururgingthat groups concerned with issuesofrace, disabilities, veterans status, and especially groups concerned with religion, sexual orientation, woman's status, Greek life, non Greek life, andany interested parties sit down and discuss, at a time agreed to by all interested parties, how to achieve the goalsoftheir organization without antagonizing the general welfareofthe campus. BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthatallinterested groups wishing to participate in such a discussion have three weeks from the passageofthis resolution to coordinate with the Diversity Director to sign up for such a conference.BEITEVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the Peace Institute and COPE have agreed to mediate such a conference. BEITFINALLY RESOLVEDthat the Student Association urges the aforementioned groups to issue a joint statement that they will not, as groups, attemptto(but statements not limited to) "get back at each

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other" "even up the score" or "use challenging public statements" to other groups. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed21YONOASen. Provost, OffCampus Sen. Haar, Onondaga Hall Sen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Adzele Kitissou, Diversity Director Teri Minnemeyer, CO-Chair Woman's Center Suzanne Heller, CO-Chair Woman's Center Brian Fragola, DirectorofFinance Matt Silverman, S.A. President The Body Matt Silverman, President -DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 29 October 1999 Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION'"... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session11thMeeting 9 November 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.07] RecognitionofVeteran'sServices WHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes the sacrifices that veterans makeinregards to their finances, and livesinorder to serve the United Statesinwar and peace. .THEREFOREBEITRESOLVED, the Student Association extends its heartfelt thanks this Veterans Day to all veterans in the United States. THEREFORE BEITFURTHER RESOLVED, that the Student Association urges transmissionofthe resolution to all schools within the SUNY system to show Oswego's commitment to its veterans. SUBMITTED BY: Sen. Provost,OffCampus Senator Matt Silverman, SA President SPONSORED BY: The Body-SENATE ACTION Passed By General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT15November 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON'.,.... OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYwww.oswego.edu/-studentaSenate 35thLegislative Session13thMeeting30November 1999(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410-StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.08]StudentAssociationSupportofStudent Activity Fees1WHEREAS,there is currently a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that 2 could make unconstitutional the useofmandatory student fees to fund 3 political, religious, ideological or even media oriented groups; and45WHEREAS,the students on this campus rely heavily on these typesof6 organizations to provide an open forum for presenting ideas and beliefs; 7 and 8 9WHEREAS,the students body first amendment rights to free speech would 10 be severely compromised by the lossoffunding to the active groups that11bring new issues and challenges to students as well as providing a 12 chance for every student to be heard on issues that are important to13them; and1415WHEREAS,NYPIRG has drafted a letter, entitled "Student Group Sign-on 16 Letter" that student groups on campus can sign to show their supportof17the student activities fee;1819THEREFORE BEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senate 20ofS.U.N.Y. Oswego that the Student Association sign on to this21letter as a body to show their support for maintaining a student activities fee 22 to promote free speech and diversity on campus. 23 24BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat a copyofthe signed letter be put in 25 the mailboxesofall Student Association organization mailboxes along 26 information for contacting NYPIRG to encourage them to support the 27 students activity fee as well. SUBMITTED BY: Sen. Gloria Toso, Funnelle Hall SPONSORED BY: The Body-SENATE ACTION Passed by General Acclimation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT30November 1999 Matt Silverman, President Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKONOS'vVEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session13thMeeting 30 November 1999www.oswego.edu/-studcnta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101 2 3 456 7 8 910 11121314 15 1617 1819 20212223242526 272829 303132 33 34 "-,"", StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.09]Supportof"S.U.N.Y." WHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes the controversy existing at many campuses regarding the lackofuseofthe acronym SUNY and other terms recognizing that their school is a state college or university; andWHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes that the acronym SUNY Oswego is often more recognizable to employers than Oswego State University; andWHEREAS,the Student Association also recognizes the lackofSUNY student support towards any effortsofprivatizationofcampuses within the SUNY system; andWHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes the disenchantment that students have with government and administration for their not using the acronym SUNY; andWHEREAS,the Student Association recognizes that lackofuseofthe SUNY acronym has been seen at many SUNY schools as the first subtle move towards privatization; andTHEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby the Student Association SenateofS.D.N.Y. Oswego that we pledge our moral support to our fellow students in the SUNY system who seek to preserve the integrity and honoroftheir school by resisting any efforts towards privatization.BEITEVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat we seek to further use the acronymofSUNY Oswego in our official correspondence, bills, publicity, papersand other areas which may arise.BEITFINALL Y RESOLVEDwe urge the administrationofSUNY Oswego and those concerned to use the acronymofSUNY Oswego hereafter in all circumstances FINALLY that this resolution shall be transmitted within the SUNY system to show our willingness to helpourfellow brethren. SUBMfITED BY: Sen. Provost, Off-Campus Matt Silverman, S.A. President

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SPONSORED BY: SENATE ACTION Passed9YON8ASen. Barnhart, Onondaga Hall Sen. Haahr, Onondaga Hall Sen. Jakes-Johnson, Hart Hall Sen. Toso, Funnelle Hall Matt Silverman, President DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 30 November 1999 1/3o!rr Date Signed by President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION"'" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego, NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session14thMeeting 7 December 1999www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 --StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.10]ThankYou toJasonSelss WHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes the need to honor those who have performed in an outstanding capacity, and, WHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes that Mr. Jason Selss has performed numerous tasks as an assistant directorofCommunications and DirectorofCommunications for the Student Association, and, WHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes someofMr. Selss' accomplishments including (but not limited to), the designoftheSAwebsite, and his coordinationofthe Student Involvement Fair; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Student AssociationofSUNY Oswego thatweexpress our deepest gratitude and appreciation for Jason Selss' hard work. His excellence, devotion to duty, and senseofhumor set an example forallto follow andarekeepinginthe highest traditionsofthe Student Association.Wewishhimthe bestofluckinhis future endeavors. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch Sen. Storch, Funnelle Hall Sen. Meirowitch,OffCampus Sen. Provost,OffCampus Sen. Attigliato, Off Campus SPONSOREDBY:The Body

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STUDENT ASSOCJ[ATJ[ON",." OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session15thMeeting 1 February 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.35.11] Condolences to the StudentsatSeton Hall UniversityWHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes the tragedyofthe recent fire at Seton Hall University that killed three students and injured many other Seton Hall students and; WHEREAS, the Student Association recognizes the timeoftrial being experienced by Seton Hall University and;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association SenateofOswego State UniversityofNew York that we send our heartfelt condolences, remembrances, and prayers to the students, faculty, staff, and familyofSeton Hall University during this timeoftrial, may their pain pass and light shine again upon our fellow students in higher education. SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Sen. Provost, Off-Campus The Body SENA TE ACTION Passed by General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 4 February 2000 Matt Silverman, President Date Signed by President

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(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 """W.oswego.edul studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITYSTUDENT ASSOCiATiON Senate 35thLegislative Session 19thMeeting 7 March 1999StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.12]ThankYou to S.A.V.A.C. WHEREAS, The Student Association Volunteer Ambulance Company has been serving the Oswego community since January 8, 1972 and were the first student run volunteer ambulance corps in the nation; and WHEREAS, SAVAC makes calls every year which save the livesofmany Oswego students and save them the money it would cost to ride another ambulance to the hospital as well; and WHEREAS, The dedicationofthe members ofSAVAC is unmatched, operating the ambulance 24 hours a day, seven days a week, going through rigorous training in order to work on the ambulance, and often working long, tiring shifts, fornopay whatsoever; and WHEREAS, SA V AC is holdingtheir recognition ceremony on Friday March 10; THEREFORE BEITRESOLVED, by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we fully and heartily thank the membersofSA V AC, on behalfofthe entire campus community, for the lives they save and the work they do. We are indebted to you beyond words. SENATE ACTION Passed By General Acclamation SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: Sen. Joe Storch,FUill1elleHall The Body Matt Silverman, President-DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 9 March 2000 Date Signed' by President

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON (315)341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410 www.oswego.edu/-studenta 202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 20lhMeeting15March 2000OSWEGO STATE UNIVERSITY J!III1"'':.!l'. Student Association Resolution [SLE.35.13] SUNY Oswego Students Deserve Better WHEREAS,the governor's budget proposal cuts 40 million dollars from the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), a program that helps the neediest studentsaffordcollegeinNew York, and,WHEREAS,the governor's budget also cuts the Educational Opportunities Program (EOP), which helps disadvantaged students attend SUNY and gives them amuchneeded chance to succeed where they might otherwise fail, and,WHEREAS,the governor's budget does not increase full-time faculty lines, and actually provides for less than were budgeted forinlast year's enacted budget, and,WHEREAS,this year's proposed budget does offer 80 million additional dollars to SUNY, but 56 millionofthatwillgo toward negotiated salary increases, and the remaining dollars willbespread across the 64 campuses, making thisbudgetone thatmayormay not even cover inflation, and,WHEREAS,the Student Association supports high quality SUNY schools that are accessible and affordable.THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDthat the Student Association SenateofSUNY Oswego support the following additions to the 2000-200ISUNY budget: *Remove the 90% cap on the Tuition Assistance Program. *Expand the income brackets for TAP to account for the past decadeofinflation andtoinclude more middle class students. SENATE ACTION Passed By General Acclamation SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: *Fund more full-time faculty lines. *Give the SUNY operating budget an additional 25 million dollars, as SUNY requested. *Support other amendments that will boost SUNY funding and make attending SUNY more affordable for all the peopleofNew York. *Make SUNY a priority for the future and end the abuse that the SUNY system has endured for over the last ten years. Matt Silverman,SAPresident The Body DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 27 March 2000

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STUDENT ASOCKATKON.".. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session 20thMeeting28March 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 ... -Student Association Resolution [RES.35.14] Thanks from the Elections Committee1WHEREAS,this has beenanexorbitantly tough year for the Elections Committee, 2 being that the voting booths hadtobe obtainedata higher cost because 3ofthe Presidential Primaries, and there was a lack of interest by the 4 Senators on the committee, some of whom rarely even cometoSenate, 5 and most prominently ALL previous Elections Committee files were 6 missing and the committee hadtostart from scratch and; 7 8WHEREAS,some of the people along the way were helpful, I would like to thank the 9 following individuals and/or groups for their assistance: Matt Silverman,10NYPIRG, (special thankstoMichelle Gulley and Christian Klossner),11R.S.V.P. and the volunteers (special thanks to Ellen Wahl), Liz12McGrath, Dr. Scharfenberger, Kristine Bushey, Brian Fragola, Campus13Life (special thankstoRich Hughes), Auxiliary Services (special thanks14to Craig Traub), and Hank Babcock.1516THEREFORE BEITRESOLVED,by the Student Association Senate17ofSUNY Oswego thatwerecognize and thank these individuals and18organizations for helping to contributetothe election, and appreciate the19fact that they were so patient and helpful through a rough election. SUBMITTED BY: Dave Meirowitch, Chair Elections Committee SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION ---=> Passed by General Acclamation att Silverman, President DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT28March 2000

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STUDENTASSOCRATRON".. OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35lhLegislative Session 22ndMeeting 4 April 2000www.oswego.edul studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410I "",-.. Student Association Resolution [RES.35.15] Recognition of Matt Silverman WHEREAS,it is so rare to find a student leader with the integrity, honor, and devotion seen in Matt Silverman in all aspectsofcampus involvement; andWHEREAS,Matt Silverman has served the Student Association well in all three branchesofgovernment as a Supreme Court Justice, Senator from Funnelle Hall, Vice President and most recently President, and has made significant improvementstoeach position he has held; andWHEREAS,Matt has sacrificed countless hoursofwork and sleep to in an attempt to improve this campus; andWHEREAS,Matt Silverman's term as President ended this past Saturday;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVED,by the Student Associationofthe State UniversityofNew YorkatOswego that we fully congratulate and thank Matt Silverman for all he has done to make Oswego a better place.BEITFURTHER RESOLVED,that we wish Matt Silverman the bestofluck in everything he does in the future. ,.,_.... _------------------------------------------

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BEIT FINALLY RESOLVED,that Matt Silverman be given the titleofPresident EmeritusaswellasSenator Emeritus. SUBMITTED BY: Joseph Storch, Vice President Dave Meirowitch, Off Campus Senator Joe Attigliatto, Off Campus Senator The Executive Branch '-SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 6 April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON'. OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session13thMeeting 30 November 1999www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.16] PrivacyandSafety 1WHEREAS,The safetyofstudentsoncampus at the State UniversityofNew York at 2 Oswego isinjeopardy duetothe availabilityofunnecessary information 3 in the campus phonebook, namely each student's home address which is 4 unnecessary in the campus environment; and 5 6WHEREAS,by making this information available, students who have experienced 7 harassment on campus may have this annoyance follow them home, 8 which may put their family and friends in danger; and 910WHEREAS,the Privacy Clause concerning student's rights, which falls under11paragraph 32, under the ConfidentialityofStudents Records makes12mentionofa student's address as public information but does not specify13which addressisconsidered public, a student's campus address or home14address; and1516WHEREAS,it would seem logical that since the student handbook and campus phone17book are campus documents, they would pertain to a campus-oriented18address;1920THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senate21ofthe State University of New York at Oswego thatwesupport the 22 removalofvital student information, specifically the student's home23address, which may jeopardize the safety and security of the students at 24 this college. SUBMITTED BY: Courtney Alexander, Personal Safety Task Force Joseph Storch, Vice President

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SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed Unanimously by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 12 April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliONII"" OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session23rdMeeting11April 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 Student Association Resolution [RES.35.17] NeedForSummerlIntercession OfficeHours12345 67891011121314 15 161718192021WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS,the Student Association hears the needsofall students regardlessofacademic term; and the Student Association recognizes that there is a legitimate need for professors to have posted summer/intercession office hours; and the Student Association recognizes that the entity responsible for intercession/summer hours has stated that they cannot compel Professors to have office hours during summer hours; and the Student Association recognizes that the Officeofthe Assistant Provost has said they only cover the contractsoffaculty only from the beginningofthe Fall semestertothe endofthe Spring semester;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVED,by the Student AssociationofSUNY Oswego that we urge the Faculty Assembly and President Stanley to mandate that Professors teaching classes have office hours for the durationofthe course with a minimumofthree hours per week;BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat this resolution will be transmitted upon passagetoPresident Stanley and the Faculty Assembly. SUBMITTED BY: Larry Provost, Off Campus Senator Angelica Lagares, Seneca Hall Senator SPONSORED BY: Dave Haahr, Onondaga Hall Senator Ryan Kemp, Off Campus Senator Gloria Toso, Funnelle Hall Senator SENATE ACTION Passed11Y 2NOADATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT25April 2000 SaleemM.Cheeks, President Date SignedbyPresident

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STUDENT ASOCIATION",... OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session24thMeeting18April 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410 ..... -Student Association Resolution [RES.35.19]ThankYou to Senator Buddie1WHEREAS,Senator Buddie has faithfully served Riggs Hall for two years, and has 2 served diligently on the Health and Safety and most recentlyasthe chair 3ofthe Recruitment Committee; and 4 5WHEREAS,Senator Buddie took his job very seriously, and always worked as hard 6ashecouldtomake this senate and this campus a better place; and 7 8WHEREAS,Senator Buddie will be leavingusto go to Montana becauseof9 circumstances beyond his control;1011THEREFORE BEITRESOLVED,by the Student Association Senate12ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we fully thank and13congratulate Senator Buddie for all that he has done;14 15BEITFURTHER RESOLVED,thatwewish the bestofluck to him16in the future in all that he does;1718BEITFINALLY RESOLVED,that Derek Buddie be granted the title19ofSenator Emeritus; SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch The Body-SENATE ACTION Unanimously by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT19April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 24thMeeting18April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.35.20] Thank You to Michelle Gulley1WHEREAS,the Student Association is committed to honoring those who perform 2 outstanding service; and34WHEREAS,Michelle GulleyofNYPIRG has served the student bodyofSUNY5 Oswego well in educating it about manyofthe causes that touch 6 students in day to day life; and 7 8WHEREAS,Michelle will be leaving SUNY Oswego at the endofthis semester to 9 continue her work elsewhere;1011THEREFOREBEITRESOLVED,by the Student Association Senate12ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we fully thank and13honor Michelle Gulley for allofher work for and with the studentsof14SUNY Oswego;1516BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat we wish Michelle the bestofluck17in all she does in the future. SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Unanimously by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT19April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION!*'" OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 25thMeeting 25 April 2000 www.oswego.edu/-studenta (315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Bill [RES.35.21]ThankYoutoSenatorFriedl1WHEREAS,Amanda Friedl has combined a great service to the studentsofSUNY2 Oswego throughherwork in the Student Association Senate with 3 diligent work on concerts for the Student Association Programming 4 Board, including a greatjoborganizing the very successful Bushand5 Moby concert this semester; and 6 7WHEREAS,Senator Friedl has done a great enoughjobtomerither a Senatorofthe 8 Year award; and 9 10WHEREAS,Senator Friedl will be graduating this semester;1112THEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbythe Student Association Senate13ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we fully thank and 14 congratulate Amanda Friedl for all that she has done to benefit the15campus;1617BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat we wish the bestofluckto18Amanda in all that she does in the future;1920BEITFINALLYRESOLVEDthat Amanda Friedlbegranted the title21ofSenator Emeritus; SENATE ACTION Passed Unanimously by Acclamation DATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 26 April 2000 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch The Body

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION!I"'OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202 Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 25thMeeting 25 April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-54101 WHEREAS,2345 WHEREAS67 89 WHEREAS,101112 WHEREAS,1314151617 18 19202122Student Association Bill [RES.35.22] Thank You to Senator AttigliatoJoe Attigliato, in a rather short time, has accomplished an extraordinary amount for the studentsofOswego with his work in the Student Association, Auxiliary Services, and a hostofother campus groups and organizations; and Senator Attigliato always brought an excitementtohis position and a passion for the issues that affect students, especially off-campus students; and Senator Attigliato has done a great enoughjobto merit him a Senatorofthe Year award; and Senator Attigliato will be graduating this semester;THEREFORE BE IT RESOLYEDby the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego thatwefully thank and congratulate Joe Attigliato for all that he has done to benefit the campus;BEITFURTHER RESOLVEDthat we wish thebestoflucktoJoe in everything he does in the future;BE IT FINALLY RESOLVEDthat Joe Attigliato be granted the titleofSenator Emeritus; SENATE ACTION Passed Unanimously By AcclamationDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT 26 April 2000SUBMITIEDBY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch The Body

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STUDENT ASSOCIATIONI"" OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session 25thMeeting 25 April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenra(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410123 4 .. 5 6 "",.... 78 ,. 910 .. 111213Student Association Resolution [RES.35.23] Thank You To Brian Fragola WHEREAS,Brian Fragola has served very well in his capacity as the Student Association Finance Director, keeping the books immaculately and providing a great dealofhelp to the Senate and the Student Association; andWHEREAS,Director Fragola willbegraduating in May;THEREFORE BEITRESOLVED,by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Brian Fragola for all the work he has done;BEITFURTHER RESOLVED,that we wish Brian Fragola the bestofluck in the future. SENATE ACTION Passed Unanimously By Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 April 2000 SUBMITTED BY: SPONSORED BY: The Executive Branch The Body

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STUDENT ASSOCXATXON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202HewittlTnion Oswego,NY13126Senate 35thLegislative Session25thMeeting25April 2000www.oswego.edu/-studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410StudentAssociation Resolution [RES.35.24]ThankYoutoDave Meirowitch1WHEREAS,2 3 4 5WHEREAS,6 78WHEREAS,91011WHEREAS,1213 1415WHEREAS,1617WHEREAS,18 192021222324252627Dave Meirowitch, in his time at Oswego, has contributed immeasurably to both the Student Association and the campus as a whole through his workinthe Senate, academically, andasPresidentofthe BoardofAuxiliary Services; and in addition to the work he has done for students, he has also completed two majors and a minor in his time here, and advised countless students in those majors; and Senator Meirowitch successfully oversaw this year's election with very little help from others; and Senator Meirowitch was the submitter of the bills that created both the Diversity Account #949 and the Diversity Department, and the Academic Affairs Department of the Student Association; and Senator Meirowitch is the hardest working studentoncampus; and Senator Meirowitch will be graduating this May;THEREFOREBEITRESOLVED,by the Student Association Senateofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we fully thank and congratulate Dave Meirowitch for all that he has done to make this campus a better place for students;BEITFURTHERRESOLVED,that we wish Senator Meirowitch the best of luck in the future;BEITFINALLY RESOLVED,that Dave Meirowitch be granted the titleofSenator Emeritus; SUBMITIED BY: The Executive Branch Matt Silverman, President Emeritus SPONSORED BY: The BodySENATE ACTIONPassed Unanimously By AcclamationDATE PRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT26 April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCliATliON OSWEGOSTATE UNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126www.oswego.edu/-studentaSenate35thLegislative Session 25111 Meeting 25 April 2000(315)341-3601 Fax (315) 341-5410Student Association Resolution [RES.35.25] Thank You!1WHEREAS,Liz McGrath, Colleen Comerford, Cyndia Donovan, and Faith Chaffee 2 are crucial to the Student Association; and34WHEREAS,they have done a great job making sure that the SA runs orderly, that 5 Senators are informed, that our business obligations are taken care of, 6 and that the studentsofSUNY Oswego get the most they can outofthe 7 Student Association;8..9THEREFOREBEIT RESOLVED,by the Student Association Senate 10ofthe State UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we thank Liz11McGrath, Colleen Comerford, Cyndia Donovan, and Faith Chaffee for12all their work this year;1314BEIT FURTHER RESOLVED,that we wish all the best to Mary1015Ford; SUBMITTED BY: The Executive Branch SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed Unanimously by Acclamation DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 April 2000

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STUDENT ASSOCKATKON OSWEGOSTATEUNIVERSITY202Hewitt Union Oswego,NY13126Senate35thLegislative Session25thMeeting 25 April 2000www.oswego.edu/ studenta(315)341-3601 Fax(315)341-5410 Student Association Resolution [RES.35.26] Many Thanks for A Great Event1WHEREAS,the Jewish Student Union sponsored a great event that needs to be 2 recognized by the Student Association34WHEREAS,Mayor Gosek, teachersofOswego high school, SUNY Oswego faculty 5 and students turned out for a documentary remembering the battle for 6 987 Jewish refugees to come to Oswego during World War II, their 7 struggletosettle thereafter permanently in the United States, and the 8 work of Safe Haven to erect a museum in Oswego to remember these 9 events 1011WHEREAS,Dr. Ruth Gruber has done a spectacularjobserving humanity and has12shown what a great place Oswego has been in the past and will be in the13future1415THEREFOREBEITRESOLVED,by the Student Association Senateofthe State16UniversityofNew York at Oswego that we honor the work esteemed17workofthe Jewish Student Union in bringing the message of Oswego's18humanity in the formofDr. Ruth Gruber and Safe Haven to SUNY19Oswego 2021BEITFURTHER RESOLVED,that the Student Association thanks Mayor Gosek, the 22 students and faculty of SUNY Oswego, and all interested peoples who23cametohearanimportant messageofremembrance and build college 24 community relations25

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26BE IT EVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthatwethank and honor the refugeesofWorld 27 War II who came to Oswego, and against all odds have made America28and our world a better place in whichtolive.29BEIT EVEN FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the StudentAssociation supports those 30 building a museum in Oswego to honor the memoryofthe refugees who31came to Oswego and helped make America a better place 3233BE IT FINALLY RESOLVEDthat a copyofthis resolutionbetransmitted to Mayor 34 Gosek and the Oswego Common Council, the Jewish Student Union, Dr.35Ruth Gruber, and Safe Haven with our best wishes. ,SUBMITTED BY:LarryProvost, Off Campus Senator SPONSORED BY: The Body SENATE ACTION Passed By General Consent DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT 26 April 2000 by President