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STUDENTASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITYCOLLEGEATOSWEGO19thLEGISLATIVE SESSION1983-1984SUZANNECASTRIGNO PRESIDENTSUSANWRAYVICE PRESIDENT

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PREAMBLEWE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATE UNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATE UNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKATOSWEGOSTUDENTASSOCIATION, BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBEST ACCOMPLISHTHEFOLLOWINGPURPOSES:TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENTASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENTORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY,APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITY,ANDEDUCATIONAL PROJECTS.

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CONSTITUTIONOFTHESTUDENT ASSOCIATIONOFTHE STATE UNIVERSITY OFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO(asrevisedonMay,1984)ArticleISectionIAlllegislativepowerhereingrantedshallbevestedintheSenateofthe Student Association.SectionII1.TheSenateshallbecomposedofmemberschosenannuallybythelivingcenterorcenters.(ThetermlivingcentershallbedefinedintheBy-Lawsofthisconstitution.) l. AllSenatorsshallberegularlyenrolledstudentsoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegowithanaccumulativegrandpointindexofatleastthecollegeminimum for goodacademicstanding,andeachshallatthe end'of his or herelectionbeamemberofthatlivingcenterandshallremainamemberofthatlivingcenterforthedurationofhis/heroffice.3.Senatorsshallbeapportionedamongtheseverallivingcenterswithinthecollege'accordingtotherespectivenumbersinthelivingcenters.Theenumerationshallbemade30-60days prior totheAllCampusElectiononthebasisofestimatedmembership.TheSenateshalldeterminethenumberofSenatorstobechosenbyeachlivingcenterorgroupoflivingcenters.ThenumberofSenatorsshallneverexceed66norbelessthan33.Nolivingcentershallbedeniedrepresentation.4.WhenvacanciesoccurintheSenatebyresignationorotherwise,bytheExecutiveAuthoritiesofthelivingcenterorcenters,affected,andeventuallyfilledbyspecialelectionconductedamongtheresidentsofsuchlivingcenters. s. TheVicePresidentoftheStudentAssociationshallbethePresidentoftheSenate,butshallhaveavoteonlyintheeventofatie.6.TheSenateshallchooseitsotherofficers,andalsoaPresidentprotempore,intheabsenceoftheVicePresident,orwhenhe/sheshallexercisetheofficeofPresidentoftheStudentAssociation.

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7.TheSenateshallhavethesolepowerofimpeachmentandtrialofimpeachments.InallcasesofimpeachmenttheChiefJusticeoftheSupremeCourtshallpreside,exceptinthecaseofhis/herownimpeachmentinwhichcasetheVicePresidentoftheStudentAssociationshallpreside.Nopersonshallbeconvictedwithouttheoccurenceof2/3ofthememberspresent.8.Judgementoncasesofimpeachmentshallnotextendfurtherthantoremovalfromoffice,anddisqualificationtoholdandenjoyanyofficeofhonorortrustintheStudentAssociation.SectionIII1. senators maybeelectedatanopenelectionofthemembers oftheir livingcenterorlivingcentersgroup.2.TheSenateshallassembleatleastonceeveryfullacademicweekduringthecollegeyear,exceptduringtheweeksofexaminationsandthefirstweekofthefallsemester.3.AllSenatorsshallbeelectedatthetimeoftheAllCampusElections.SectionIV I... 1.TherecoursetorecallaSenatorshallbeinthehandsoftheconstituenciesfromwhichtheSenatoriselected;tobeconductedinthefollowingmanner:a)Senatorsfromdormitories:20%ofthedormpopulationsmustpetitionforSenatorrecall.Thiswouldrequireareferendumtobeheld,and,if2/3ofthosevotingareinfavorofarecall,theSenatorwillberemovedfromoffice.b)Commutersenators:20%ofthecommuterpopulationwhovotedinthelastelectionmustpetitionforSenatorrecall.Thiswouldrequireareferendumtobeheld,and,if2/3ofthosevotingareinfavorofarecall,theSenatorwillberemovedfromoffice.2.TheSenatemaydeterminetherulesofitsproceedings,disiplineitsmembersfordisorderlybehavior,andwiththeconcurrenceof2/3ofthetotalSenate,expelamember.3.TheSenateshallkeepajournalofitsproceeding,andfromtimetotimepublishthesame,andtheyeasandnaysofthe.Senateonanyquestionshall,atthedesireof1/5ofthosepresent,beenteredinthejournal.

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SectionV NoSenatorshall,duringthetimeforwhichhe/shewaschosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityoftheStudentAssociationandnopersonholdinganyofficeunderthestudentAssociationshallbeamemberoftheSenateduringhis/hercontinuanceinoffice.SectionVIEverybillwhichshallhavepassedtheSenate,beforeitbecomeslaw,shallbepresentedtothePresidentoftheStudentAssociation.Ifhe/sheapprovesithe/sheshallsignit;butifhe/shereturnsitwithhis/herobjectionstotheSenate,theyshallentertheobjectionsinthe journal andproceedtoreconsiderit.Ifaftersuchreconsideration2/3ofthetotalSenateagreestopassthebillitshallbecomelaw.ButinallcasesthevoteoftheSenateshallbedeterminedbyyeas,nays,andthenamesofthepersonsvotingforandagainstthebillshallbeenteredinthejournal.IfanybillisnotreturnedbythePresidentwithin10regularclassdaysafterithasbeenpresentedtohim/her,thesameshallbelaw,inlikemannerasifhe/shehassignedit,unlesstheSenatebyitsadjournmentpreventsareturnintheformofavote,inwhichcaseitshallbelaw.SectionVIITheSenateshallbeempowered:1.TosupervisetheAllCampusElection;2.ToassessaStudentAssociationtax(ThistaxshallbeuniformthroughouttheStudentAssociation.);3.To determine theexpendituresoftheStudentAssociationtaxforthegeneralwelfareoftheStudentAssociation;4.Tohaveauthoritytomakerecommendationsoverallmattersofpolicyaffectingstudentwelfareunderthisconstitution;5.TodeterminethelineofsuccessiontotheOfficeofStudentAssociationPresidentfollowingtheStudentAssociationVicePresident;6.ToinitiateandenactanylegislationnecessarytoimplementforegoingpowersortofulfillthepurposeofthisconstitutionassetforthinthepreambleexceptwheresuchjurisdictionshallbedeniedbythepoliciesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkortheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego.

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SectionVIII1.Nomoneyshallbedrawnfromthetreasury,butinconsequenceofappropriationsmadebylaw,andaregularstatement.andaccountofthereceiptsandexpendituresofallmoneyshallbepublishedfromtimetotime.2.TheSenateshallpassnolawregardingtheinternaloper aticnof anystudentorganizationrecognizedundertheauthorityoftheofficeoftheDeanofStudents.SectionIX1.Uponpresent.ationtotheSenateofabill apetitioncontainingt.hesignaturesof2/3ofthenumberofoncampusst.udentsand1/2ofthenumberofoffcampusstudentsrequestionareferendum,theStudentAssociationSenateshallthendeterminethevalidityofthesignatureswithinoneweek.Whenandiftherequirednumberofsignaturesarefoundvalid,theStudentAssociationSenateshallthenconducttherequestedreferendumwithin27academicdays.However,theSenateshallnotbeobligat.edtoconductthereferendumifthepetitionsarenotvalidated27daysbeforethelastdayofclassesorifthesaidreferendumdoesnotcomplywithStudentAssociationandSUNY guiqe lines.IfthereferendumispassedasaBillpassed by theStudentAssociationPresident.2.TheSenatemay,by2/3voteofthetotalmembership,submitanybilltotheStudentAssociationwhoshallacceptorrejectit;andifacceptedthesaidbillshallhavethesamestandingasanybillpassedbytheSenateandsignedbytheStudentAssociationPresident.ArticleIISectionI1.TheexecutivepowershallbevestedintheStudentAssociationPresident,whoshalltogetherwiththeStudentAssociation President,beelectedbyanAllCampusElection.TheAllCampusElectionshallbeheldattheearliestpracticaldateduringtheperiodfromthe15thofFebruarytothe15thofMarch;andheldofficeforatermofoneyearcommencing the firstdayofAprilofthesameyearinwhichtheywereelected.2.ThePresidentandVicePresidentshallberegularlyenrolledst.udentswithanaccumulativegradepointindexofatleasttwo-tenthsofapoint(.2)abovethecollegeminimumforgoodacademicstanding,andshallnotbeeligibleforgraduationuntilthecompletionofthesemesterinwhichthetermofofficeends.ThePresidentatthebeginningofthefall

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semesterduringhistermofofficeshallbeatleastafirstsemesterjuniorwiththeminimumnumberofcreditstobeconsideredassuch,andtheVicePresidentshallbeatleastasecondsemestersophomore.3.IntheeventofinabilityofthePresidenttodischargethepowersanddutiesofhisoffice,thesameshalldevolveontheVicePresident.SectionII1.TheStudentAssociationPresident,beforetakingofficeshalltakethefollowingaothofoffice:I do solomnlyswear(oraffirm)thatIwillfaithfullyexecutetheofficeofPreisdnetoftheStudentAssociation,andwilltothebestofmyability,preserve,protect,anddefendtheconstitutionoftheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkat atOswego.SectionIIIThedutiesoftheStudentAssociationPresidentshallinclude: 1.ThepresentationofalegislativeprogramtotheSenateatthefirstmeetingfollowinghiselectionandatthebeginningofeachsemester;2.Theappointment,withtheconsentoftheSenate,ofalltheofficerswhoseappointmentshallnotbeotherwiseprovided fOCi 3.ThepresentationofperiodicmessagesupontheStateoftheStudentAssociationtotheSenate;4.TheexecutionofalllegislationoftheSenateforwhichheshallberesponsibletotheSenate,exceptwhereaspecificexecutivedepartmentshallbegivenauthority,inwhichcasetheappropriateexecutiveheadshallberesponsibletotheSenate.SectionIVTheStudentAssociationPresidentshallbeempoweredto:1.Requiretheopinioninwritingoftheprincipleofficerofanyexecutivedepartmentuponanysubjectrelatingtothedepartment.2.ConvenesuchspecialsessionsoftheSenateasheshalldeemnecessary;

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3.RecommendtotheSenatesuchmeasuresasheshalldeemnecessaryandexpedient:4.EnterintoagreementswithagenciesandorganizationsoutsidethecollegecommunitybyandwiththeconsentoftheSenateandthepropercollegeauthorities:5.RepresenttheStudentAssociationpersonally,andthroughhisapointedrepresentatives,inallitsdealingswithagenciesandorganizationsoutsidethecollegecommunity;6.AssumesuchotherexecutivepowersasshallnotbedeniedbythepoliciesoftheStateUniversity.ofNewYorkortheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,orbythisconstitution.ArticleIIISectionIThejudicialpowershallbevestedinaSupremeCourtandsuchlowercourtsastheSenateshallestablish.ThenumberandmannerofselectionofjusticesoftheSupremeandlowercourtsahallbedeterminedbytheSenateandtheappointmentsoftheJusticesofthelowercourtsshallbeforoneyear.JusticesoftheSupremeCourtShallservefromthetimeoftheirappointmentuntiltheyshallvacatetheirofficebyresignationorotherwise.SectionIITheSenateshallestablishsuchadministrativeofficesasitshalldeemnecessaryfortheoperationoftheSupremeandlowercourtsandtheSupremeCourtshallappellatejurisdictionoveranylowercourtcreatedbytheSenate.SectionIIIThejudicialpowershallextend:1.ToallcasesinwhichtheStudentAssociationshallbeapartyexceptasotherwisestatedinthefollowingpartsofthissection;2.Tothestudentapprovalofalllocalstudentorganizationconstitutions;3.Toanycaseinvolvingtheconstitutionalityofanact er rulingoftheStudentAssociation;4.ToanycaseinvolvingviolationofanactoftheSenateexceptasotherwisestatedinthefollowingpartofthissection;5.Toanydisputebetweenstudents,orbetweenstudentorgani-

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zations,ifnolowercourt,housingunitcourt,executivecommittee,orcommission,judicialboard,orstandardscommitteeshallhavepriorjurisdiction,inwhichcasethetrialorhearingwasconductedproperlywiththepowertodemandsuchcasesbacktotheoriginaltrialbody;6.AndtoanyothercasewherejurisdictionshallnotbedeniedbythepoliciesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego.ArticleIVThisconstitutionmaybeamendedinthefollowingmanner:Uponthesigningofapetitionby2/3ofthenumberofvotersinthepreviousAllCampusElection,orbya2/3voteofallthemembersoftheSenate,anamendmentmaybepresentedtotheStudentAssociationwithintwoweeksafterthepresentationofthepetition,inthecaseofsuchapresentation,tobeacceptedorrejected,andifacceptedshallbevalidtoallintentsandpurposesaspartofthisconstitution.ArticleV1.AllengagementswithorganizationsoragenciesoutsideoforwithinthecollegeshallbeasvalidagainsttheStudentAssociationunderthisconstitution,asundertheAssociatedStudentBodyCouncil.2.Thisconstitution,andthelawsoftheStudentAssociationwhichshallbemadeinpursuancethereof,andalltheauthorityoftheStudentAssociationshallbethesupremelawofstudentlifeattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoexceptwheretheymayconflictwiththepoliciesorpracticesoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkortheStateUniversityCollegeatOswego.3.TheSenatorsbeforementionedandallexecutiveandjudicialofficers,oftheStudentAssociationshallbeboundbyoathoraffirmationtosupportthisconstitution.ArticleVITheratificationofthisconstitutionshallbedeterminedbyatleastaquorumvoteoftheAssociatedStudentBodyCouncil.ArticleVIIThisconstitutionshalltakeeffectimmediatelyandshallbeimplementedbythepresentAssociatedStudentBodyCouncil.

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BY-LAWS1.AlivingcentershallbedefinedforthepurposesofSenateapportionmenttooneofthreecategoriesasfollows:(1)oncampusresidencehalls,(2)offcampusresidenceunitsrecognizedasresidencehallsbythecollege,and(3)commuters(allstudentsnotresidinginlivingcenterscategorizedby1or2above).TheSenateshalldetermineeachyearthegroupingoftheseverallivingcentersforthepurposeofapportionmentandenumerationofSenatorstobeelectedbythesegroupsoflivingcenters.TheseBy-Lawsmaybeamendedbya2/3voteofallthemembersoftheSenate.2.Permanentspeakingseatsshallbeawardedto: (a)ArepresentativeoftheOfficeoftheDeanofStudents(b)ArepresentativeoftheOfficeoftheCo-ordinatorofStudentActivities(c)TheChiefJusticeoftheSupremeCourt(d)AndtothedelegatedrepresentativeofanyorganizationwhichtheSenateshalldesignatebyamajorityvote.3.Thelegislativesessionshallbeone(1)yearinlengthandshallbeginonthefirstdayinAprilandshallend thelastdayofMarchofthefollowingyear.4.AllmeetingsoftheSenateshallbeconductedbyRobert'sRulesofOrder.5.Civilofficialsshallbe:(a)PresidentandVicepresidentoftheStudentAssociation(b)SenatorsoftheStudentAssociation(c)JusticesoftheSupremeandlowercourts(d)ChairmanandmembersofthevariousdepartmentsandthecommitteesoftheStudentAssociationExecutiveandJudicialBranches.6.ASenatororJusticeathisowndiscretionmaychoosetoparticipateinanyofthevariousdepartmentsandcommitteesoftheExecutiveBranchoftheStudentAssociationforthepurposeofaidinghimindischargingthedutiesofhisoffice.7.TheseBy-Lawsmaybeamendedbya2/3voteofallthemembersintheSenate.AllBy-LawstothisconstitutionshallbesubjecttointerpretationasbillsundertheprovisionofArticleI,SectionIXofthisconstitution.8.Thisassociationisnotorganizedforprofitnorforthepecuniarygainofitsmembers,officersorotherprivatepersons.Itmaynotissuestockordeclareordistributedividents.Nopartoftheincomeoftheassociationshallenduretothebenefit

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ofanymember,officer,orotherpersonexceptitmaypayareasonablecompensationforservicerenderedineffectingoneormoreoftheassociation'spurposes,andnomember,officer,orotherpersonshallbeentitledtoshareinthedistributionofanyoftheassociationassetsondissolutionoftheassociation.Anybalanceofmoneyorassetsremainingafterthefullpaymentofassociationobligationsshallbedirectedexclusivelytothefurtheranceofeducationalpurposes.9.Uponthedissolutionoftheassociation,themembers,afterpaymentofthejustdebts,obligationsandliabilitiesoftheassociation,willdisposeofallitsassetsbytransfertosuchotehrnot-for-profitorganization(s)ororganizedandoperatedexclusivelyforeducationalpurposes,orsuchotherpurposesasshallatthattimequalifyforexemptionunderSection501-C(3)oftheinternalRevenueCodeandSection420oftheNewYorkRealPropertyTaxLawas,inthejudgementofthemembers,isbestqualifiedandcompetenttopromotethepurposesoftheassociation.10.Nopartoftheactivitiesoftheassociationshallbecarryingonpropoganda,orparticipatingin,orinterveningin(includingthepublicationordistributionofstatements)anypoliticalcampaignonbehalfofanycandidateforpublicoffice\

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril6,1983Agenda 1Ca11toorder2.Rollcall3.Ppprovaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrign0SueWray6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNY .oJfairs CommunitYRe1ationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenator7.NewBusinessBill1Bill2Resolution1Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril6,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:00OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandSheldonMunford,TimGlissen,Kevin McCluskey andJimDingleywereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill49 andBill50onspecialorders.Bill46waswithdrawn,andResolution43 wasadded.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee-Ithasbeenachallengingandinterestingyear.Hadalotoffunbutitwentfast.It'shardtobelievethatthisisthelasttimethatIwillspeaktotheSenate.Thankedeverybodywhohelpedhimalongtheway,thosewhohelpedhimgetintooffice,andthosethroughouttheyear.-SpecialthankswenttoclosepersonalfriendswhohadnothingtodowithSA.-WishednewadministrationandSenategoodluck.-RickhadheardfromAlbanyaboutanhourbeforethemeetingand wastoldthatanagreementwasreachedbetweenthetwohouses.LargescalelayoffswillbehaultedforSUNY.-Wishedeverybodywell.SueCastrigno-SuedidnotsaygoodbyetotheSenatebecauseshewillmoveontoadifferentaspectoftheStudentAssociation.Thankedeverybodyfortheirsupportand makingeverythingthatitwasthisyear.RemindedeverybodythattheSenateisonlyaseffectiveasthepeoplewhoareinit.-HopedeverybodywillbecooperativewithSueWrayasshelearnstherulesandalsosupportshermentally.Thenewofficersweresworninatthistime.Room208HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-------------------------------------------

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 2 ,April 6,1983coMMITTEEREPORTSRules-NoformalreportFinanceBenson and Beth BackuswerepresentStudentServices-TimGlissenand DaveFoleywereabsent.-Syllabiarestartingtocomein.Elections-NoformalreportOfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateSUNYAffairs-Wishesthec0mmitteeluckinthecomingyearCommunityRe1ations-Noformalrep0rtOffcam pusCommittee-KeithRaffertysaidthathethinksthecommitteeshouldbedoneawaywithandresignedfromhisnextterminoffice.ParentsWeekendCommittee-TherehavebeenseveralorganizationmeetingsfortheFallParentsWeekend.IfinterestedinhelpingouttalktoMichaelNemecekorKarenGross.Bill45-PassedinRulesandFinance.Passedbyavoteof25y,On, Oa.Bill47-BeitfurtherenactedwasaddedsayingthatthePresident,atthelastmeetingofthesemester,givesareportastowhatheorsheplanstodooverthesummer.Passedbyavoteof25y,On, Oa.Bi1148-PassedinRules.Passedbyavoteof22y,2n,2a.Bi1149-Passedbyavoteof25y,On,OaBill50-Passedby avoteof17y,1n,OaResolution42-Craig BensonthankedRickLee onbehalfofhimselfandotherSenators.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution43-MichaelNemecekexplainedthatthisresolutionwastothankCraigBensonforhiscountlesshours,dedication,hardwork.SueCastrignothankedhimforbeingherrighthandintheSenate.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 3 April6,1983Meetingrecesseduntil7:00.OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateOSWEGOWOMEN'SCENTEROfficesupplies-$250was recommended andthegroup explained thatitwasnotenoughinordertofunctionwithintheoffice.RicvanDonselmotionedfor$350 anditpassedbyavoteof9y,8n.Postage-$50passedEducation-$1385wasrecommended. Thegroupexplainedthatover200peopleusetheirlibrary.JanineFrainiermotionedfor$1620 anditpassedbyavoteof8y,6n,2a.Transportation-$200passedCommunicationPassedat$924 Bottom1ineof$3144.ONTARIANQuarumwasloweredto13.Photography-DaveVitchmotionedfor$159 anditpassedbyavoteoflly,In,Oa.Equipment-Therewas afriendlyamendmentfor$705.20acceptedanditpassed.Bottomlineof$16,808.20Incomelineof$14.050.20REFRIGERATIONDirector'sSalary-$700passedAssistant'sSalary-$350passedStudentworkers-$450passedTransportation-$300passedOfficeSupplies-$100passedPublicity-$89.60passedLease-$18,677.60COLlEGE0R Q-I ESTRAPromotion-$90passedMusic-$100passedEquipment-$120passedBottomlineof$310STATESINGERSMusic-$250passedSupplies-$50passedBottomlineof$300Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 4 Jlpril 6,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateMI fl. &WVSOTheseorganizationsget25%ofthebudget.56%mens$74.987.5044%womens$58.918.75Thesefigureswereapprovedthroughtheathleticadvisory Astipulationisaddedthatifwehappentolosevarsityteamsdurtostatebudgets,itissuggestedthatmoneyisrescindedandputelsewhere.$74,987,50and$58,918.75passedJSURequested$0 andpassedbyavoteof15y,On,OaPPBCINEVISIONS Bulbincome-$288passedGOSPELCH0IRofficesupplies-$130.15passedConcertexpenseJ'ds passedat$6720Lighting&Sound-$120passedBottomlineof$332.35passedSEEPOfficesupplies-$323.65passedPdvertising-$192.10passedEquipment-BudgetCouncildecidedtoleavethedecisionofwhatSEEPshoulddoforequipmentuptotheSenate.DaveFoleysuggestedbuttons.DaveMcNallysuggestedsafetypatrolsashes.MikeVottismotioned$45foridentificationanditpassed.$65passedforequipment.Transportation-$OpassedDirector'sSalary-$Orecommended andpassedby avoteoflOy,2n,3a.Bottomlineof$581.65passedOSWEGOOOLLEGECHOIRPublicity-$90passedMusicRental-$250passedCleaningofrobes-DaveMcNallymotionedfor$170tocleanhalftherobesanditpassedby avoteof12y,3n,1a.Folders-$70passedBottomlineof$580OSWEGOCH J.lMBER SINGERSPosters-$90passedRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage5 ppril 6,1983PurchaseofMusic-$300passedBottomlineof$390passed Services-TermporaryServices-$1540passedSupplies/Expenses-$230passedEvenys-$685passedTransportation-$92.50passedPostage-$160passedTelephone-$246.12passedBottomlineof$2953.62Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentfssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting Jl.p rill3,1983Agenda1.Calltoorder2. call3. fpproval oftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrign0Sue Wray6OldBusinessBill1 Bill27NewBusinessBi113Bi114Bi115Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATIONStuden t Ps sociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession2nd t4eeting Aprill3,1983 Themeetingwascalledtooderat6:00.Rollcall was takenandLauraGrosswasabsent.Allnewsenatorswere swornin.Theagendawasapprovedasis.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVERE PORT SPresidentoftheSenateSueCastrigno--Congratulatedallofthenewsenators.-IntheBarron'sGuidetotheBest Most Popularand MostExcitingCollegesOswegowasratedverycompetitive.ThiswillbebeneficialtoOswego.-$39.5milliondollarswasrestoredtoSUNYbudget.Therewi11beno1ayoffsbutsti11a $150 roomandboardincreaseand a $300tuitionincrease.Thiswasthebiggestrestor everintotheSUNYbudget.-SueexplainedtothenewSenatethattheyhaveachoiceofbeingweakorstrong.TheywillbeobservedasbeingtheSenateaswellastheStudentPssociation.Suewishedallthosewhoonlywanttoputitontheirresumetoleave.and welcomedallofthosewhoweretheretowork.Good1uckSueWray--Congratulatedallofthenewsenators.Jldvised alltotaketheirfoldershomeandreadthem.-Al1committeechairsare0pen andseeSue Wrayif youareinterestedinchairinganyofthem.Financeand Rules chairsareappointedby Wray. Eachsenatorisrequiredtobeononecommitteebutnomorethanthree.-Appoi ntedPhi1Br0usseauasherassistant.-MichaelNemecek wasappointedPresidentPro TemporeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2 P.p rill3,1983NEWBUSINESS 1esolution I-MichaelNemecekexplainedthatahaultshouldbeputonthefurtherproductionofnuclearweapons andthatthiswould bethefirststepinalleviatenuclearwar.Noonewouldwin.Mike DeLarmsaidthathecouldnotsupporttheresolutionbecauseofthethirdwhereas.PaulAtki nsonsaidthattheSovietsdohaveanadvantageinsubmarinesandland,andthatwedon'tneedmorenuclearweapons.Kara Youngfeltthattheresolution was notstrongenough.Itpassedby avoteofacclamation.Meetingadjournedat6:40.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Acisociation StateUniversity wllege atOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession3rdMeetin' ] ApI' i120,1983Agenda1.Meetingcalledtoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWray6.CommitteeReportsRules ... FinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunity Relations OffCampusCommitteePPBSenator7.OldBusinessBill3Bill4Bill58.NewBusinessBill7Bill10 Bi 1112PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApri120,1983MinutesMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandJenniferWichserwasabsentwithaproxy,andDonCorbettwasabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill6 onspecialorders.TheminuteswereapprovedwithunderSueWray'sreport,MichaelNemecek waselectedandnotappointedPro Tempore. John Bondi was swornin.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrigno-SueMuar andBillBailywereappointedasAssistantstothePresident.-Open House wentprettywell.-Openappointedpositionsinclude:SupremeCourt,DirectorofFinance,AthleticAdvisoryCommittee,AlcoholandBeverageCommittee,StudentConductCommittee,FacultyAssemblyalternate.Pleaseleteveryone knfrw aboutthem.-MetwithDeansofAdHocCommitteeregard ingchangesintheacademicarena.TheHonor,Satisfactory,Unsatisfactorywillbepostponedforinternshipsbecauseofproblemsprogrammingthecomputer.RossMionwishedallsenatorsgoodluckand hopedtheywouldstopinthePendulumoffice.ChrisSanfordwasnamedneweditorofTheOswegonian.Sue Wray-ThankedallwhoworkedatOpenHouse.-AppointedthefollowingasChairsofc.ommittees:Rules-MichaelNemecekFinance-BethBackusStudentServices-EricRitterRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2 April20,1983Elections-JanineFrainierCommunityRelations-RicVanDonselSUNYAffairs-Ju1i0GraciaOffCam pus -KaraY0ung Theabovenamesclearlypassedwhenvotedonindividually.TheSenatesangHappyBirthdayto Sue Castrigno.OLDBUSINESSBillI-PassedthroughRulesandFinanceasawhole.Passedbyavoteof27y,2n,1a.Bill2-PassedthroughRulesasawhole.MichaelNemecekexplainedthatSUNYAffairsand 0ffCam pusCommitteeshave bee nreestablishedsinceBill6ofthe17thLegislativeSessionandtheyarejustadded makingitlaw.Passedbyavoteof30y,On, Oa.Bill6-PassedthroughRulesasawhole.PeterSawyerexplainedthatpostersandadvertisementsshouldbeputintheOswegonianandthattheelectionshouldnotbeconductedwithoutthem.JanineFrainierproposedafriendlyamendmenttohaveElectionsCommitteehandleit:tnsteadofSUNYAffairsanditwasaccepted.KaraYoungproposedafriendlyamendmenttohaveitbeforeMay1st.JanineFrainiersaidthatitwouldbetoughtogetitdonein17days.Dave McNallyfeltthattheendofthesemesterwouldbebetter.RicvanDonselfeltthatthecommitteeshouldbegivenadequatetimetoorganizeandthatMay1stwas alittletoosoon.PeterSawyerrejectedKara'sfriendlyamendment. MikeDeLarmproposedafriendlyamendmenttohaveitbeforeMay10thanditwasaccepted.Passedbyavoteof27y,On, Oa.Meetingadjournedat7:00.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity w11ege atOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession4rdMeetingApril27,1983Agend a1.Meetingcalledtoorder2Rollcall3. lI.pprova1 oftheagenda4. Jlpprova1 oftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrign0Sue Way 6SupremeCourtPeteTassini7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNY IIffairs CommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenatorFacultyAssemblySenator7.OldBusinessBill3Bill10Bill128.NewBusinessBill13Bill14Resolution2Resolution3Bill15PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociati0n Office of CVice-presiJent StateUniversity Cbllege atOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession4th r4eeting Apri12 i, 1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat 04.PresidentoftheSenateR011cal1was taken and Pau1Atkinson,Vi Ii ny Ca sasanta,Car01ynTighe,BrianDonovan,TonyNaselli,andBobMonsonwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill 3 tabled,Bill5withdrawn,andBill7 onspecialorders.TheminuteswereapprovedwiththeElectionchairchangedtoJanineFrainier.EXEaJTIVEREPORTS isatremendousamountofsquabblinggoingonwithintheorganizations.IfyouhaveanyproblemswithanythingpleaseseeSueaboutit.Herdoorisalwaysopen ..,.n erewas aSASU boa rdmeetingat0sw ego0nAprill6 and17.RickLeegaveuphisseatontheboardand Sue tookjtover.-Theboarddiscussedhiringfreezes-vacanciescannotbefilleduntilnotified.-Theimp1emention0ftheSolom0n Jfl1 endment hasbeendelayed.-TheVotersRightscasewillbeheldMay3.-WO (R andPPBConcertsfundsarefrozenbecausetheyarenotreaching their incomeline.-BrockportState sent Sue acalanderwhichhadcaptionsabouttheirstudentgovernmentbetweenthemonths.WouldliketogetonetogethertogetSAintothestudents'rooms.SueWray-AppointedMike Nemecek, BethBackus,EricRitter,JanineFrainier,JulioGracia,RicVanDonsel,Kara Young,LouTaravella, and PaulAtkinsontoRules Cbnmittee. -AppointedBethBackus,EricRitter.DonAmmann,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2Apri127,1983 MikePerrin,Mike DeLarm, VinnyCasasanta,JenniferWit cher,and LauraGr0sst0I F.:i nan ce-AppointedRicVonDonselasFacultyAssemblySenator.-EricRitterwaselectedPPBSenator.-Bill10isveryimportantandweneedinput the students.-0 pe ning0fFa11brookisThurs day ri128from 4-6 Allsenatorsarewelcome. MITTEESRules-Bill4passed.-Bill7passed.Fin ance-Bill7mustgothrough Fi nan ceasawhole.Studen tServices eetingsare 5:'3 0inHewittUnion-Carolyr.Tighewasabsent-Syllabiis compiled.nll belocatedinthe librrary. -Lookingtogeta phoneinTylersinceitisopen24hoursaday.-Lookingintogettingmorelightson -Lookingintochanginglibraryhours. 2thereferendumvotewillbeheldfrom10-3and7-9.Heldinalldorms andHewittUnion.Needpeopletositattables.SUNYPffairs-Discussednuclearpower and handedouttests.-Expressedthecommitteesgoalsand aspQrations. Relations-TalkedtoMark and cameupwithsome goodideasforthecommittee.Bill3-TabledBill4-RickVonDonselwasforthebillbecauseitwouldrepresentconsistencyonresolutions.PeterSawyersaidthatitwouldgive tothinkhowwewilltakeastand.EricRittersaidthatwewillmake abetterjudgmentandthatthestudentswillthenbeabletogiveusinput.Mike DeLarmsaidthatthebillwasnotnecessarybecauseresolutionscanbetabled.Mostresolutionshavetobedealtwiththatnight.Bill4passedbyavoteof26y,In,Oa.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3 P.p ri127.1983Bill5-WithdrawnBill7-PassedinRulesandFinanceasawhole.Passedbyavoteof26y,In,Oa. SueWrayremindedthesenatorsthatBill10isveryimportantandthattheyshouldtalktotheirconstituentstogettheirinput.Meetingadjournedat 00.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATION "'President oftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession5th Heeting ray4,19831.Calltoorder2.RollcallatOswego Agenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSue Hray 6.SupremeCourtPeteTassini7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenatorFacultyAssemblySenator8.01dBusinessBill3Bill12Bill13Bill14Bill15Resolution2Resolution39.NewBusinessBill8Bill9Bill16Bill11Resolution6Resolution4ReSolution5Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession5thMeetingMay4,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:02.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand Beth Kucker andBrianDonovanwereabsent.LouTaravellaandDa McNallywereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill3 andBill12tabled.TheminuteswereapprovedwiththereferendumdatebeingchangedtoMay2.EXECUTIVERE pm TSSueCastrigno-MikeMurraywasappointedOCADirector-JodiDebosinresignedfromtheSupremeCourt-MikeBrookswas sworninastheAssociateJusticeoftheSupremeCourt-AfterlatefeedbackfromAlbany,many1egis1atoresnoticedthatOswego wasthere-Inatv show;:a11ed IIInsideA1banyllitsaidthatoutofalllobbyingeffortsourswasthemostorganized.-AninjunctionhasbeenputontheSolomon Amendmentregardingansweringthequestioniftheyregisteredforthe beforeapplyingforfinancialaid.-PeaceDayon SundayatBrockportwasinformativeandverysuccessful-Auditwillnotbecompletedthisacademicyearbecausetherewereproblemsgettingbookspostedintime.SUEWRAY--PeaceDaywasverysuccessful.Thankedallwhoparticipated.-Encouragedallsenatorstospendtimeintheoffice wi11beMay7SUPR Hl ECOURTPeteTassini-Fivecaseswerefiledlastweek.Threewerewithdrawn,onedismissed,and onewillbeheard-StempinvsBritto.Thecasedealswith Gritto refusingtoappointcertainpeopletopositionson WOCR board.Brittohasbeenimpeacheduntilthecaseisheard.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2 r,1ay 4,1983COMMITTEESRules-Bill10passedFinance-Bill10passed Services-Workingto get a phoneinTyler.-Librarycannotbeopenanylongerthanitisatthepresentbecausethereisnomoney.-Stillcompilingsyllabi.-Wasinformedthatthecommitteewillhavetotalktomaintenancebefore May 15 (whentheirbudgetisdue)inordertogetlightsoncampus.Elections-ReferendumwastobeheldonMay2.regardingwhetherornotasenatorshouldbeabletoholdapositioninanorganizationorclubfundedbyS.A. Affairs-Thecommitteehad aninformativeconversationwithCaptainCollieraboutROTCbeforethemeeting.CommunityRelations-Discussedlastyearsactivitiesandtalkedaboutimplementingthemthisyear.-Wouldliketostartanewslettertoinformlocalleaderswhatwearedoing.OffCampusCommittee-Checkedwiththelocallaundramats,andgottheO.K.tohangbillsandresolutionsthere.-Wouldliketocompileabriefconsumerreportofgrocerystores.PPBSenator-May6thwillbetheWrathofCon-May7thistheGraduateat3:00and 9:30 intheTavern.FacultyAssemblySenator-ThankedJulioGraciaforCaptainCollier-DecisionwasnotreachedregardinggivingcredittoROTCmembersOLDBUSINESSBill10-Bill10dealt.withralslngtheS.A.feefrom $75 ayearto$85 ayear.SueCastrignofirstexplainedthatthe$10increasewasdecideduponafterwesawwhatclubsandorganizationsneededRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATfONPresidentoftheSenatePage3May 4, 1983duringtheirbudgets.The $10increasewouldgiveus$67,000increaseinourbudget.$16,000wouldgotoathletics,thusleavingUSwith$50,000.Wemaybehitwithlargerequestsandwemustbepreparedtofundthem.Salarieswerecutduringthebudgetsandwestillcameoutwithonly $7,000 forcontingencyandfixedassetsaccounts.OaveVitchexplainedthatraisingthefeeisnotgettingtotherootoftheproblem.Therealproblemis process.PeteSawyer hisconstituantsfeltitshouldberaisedandthatifitwasnlttherewouldbeproblemsintheupcomingyear.EricRitterexplainedthattherearealreadyseveralbillsupfromorganizationswhoneedmoney.BobMonsonfeltthebillshouldpassbutwantedtoknowwhatDaveVitchfeltwas wrongwiththebudgetaryprocess.Vitchsaidthatmostsenatorsdidnotattent.BudgetCouncilISrecommendationswerenotfollowed.Senatorswerenotlookingathowtheyspentmoneyinthepast.SueCastrignoagreedwithVitchandexplainedthatwhenBudgetCouncilfinishedtheirrecommendationstherewas$14,000leftoverforcontingencyandfixedassets.TheSenatehasthepowertoraiseanybudget.Only$7,000morewasallocatedduringtheprocesswhichisnotmuchwhentalkingabouta milliondollarbudget.Mithael Nemecek supportedthebillwholeheartedlybecause S 7,000istoolittletoworkwith.Kara YoungfeltthatS.A.budgetwasbeingabusedbyorganizations.andquestionedwhetherornottheSenatewasresponsibleenoughtohandleanextra$50,000.Thebillpassedbyavoteof31y,On, Oa. Have anicesummer JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315) 341'3601

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Bill11Bill12 TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thlegislativeSession6thMeetingSeptember14,1983 A genda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSue Wray6.DirectorofFinanceKarenMcCarthyBethA.Backus7.SupremeCourtJohnElleman8.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenatorFacultyAssemblySenator9.01dBusinessBill8Bill9PresidentoftheSenate10.NewBusinessBill17Bill18Bill19Bill20Bill21Bill22Resolution7Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity College atOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession6th eetingSeptember14,1983r1 Ul UTESThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:02.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand VinnyCasasanta,CarolynTight,DonCorbett, arid BrianDonovanwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill3offthetable,Bill16onspecialorders,Resolutions4,5,6 onspecialorders.TheminuteswereapprovedwithStephenbeingchangedtoStempinunderSupremeCourt,and WrathofTronbeingchangedtoWrathofConunderPPBSenator. REPORTS SueCastrigno-TheOswegonianchickenedouttoplaysoftballagainsttheStudentAssociation.-AppointedLauraFaith-AthleticAdvisoryCommitteeColleenHonnick-DirectorofLOCOMikeBrooks-SophomoreAuxiliaryServicesSeatKarenMcCarthy-DirectorofFinance-WOCR's MiddayMagazinewon2ndplaceintheUPIawardsfornewscastand 1st placeindocumentary.-StudentUnionisbeingworkedonbyMichaelNemecek andBillSpinelli.ItisaparalleltoAlbanyStudentUnion.-Thissummer Suewilltakecareofdailyroutines,publishingacalandaraboutSA,goingtotheSASUconference,andupdatingfiles.SueWray-ThankedJanineFrainierforworkingonthereferendum.-SuereadtheletterfromtheWhiteHousepertainingtotheresolutiononnuclearfreeze. COURTPeteTassini-Twodecisionswerereached.Herling,Horan,Stempinv.Britto.TheCourtorderedthatanelectionmustbe he1p bytheF0urthofr1ay1983 and itwilltakep1aceat ageneralmeeting.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember 14. 1983 Page 2 ThecastofBrittov. TheCommitteetoImpeachthegeneralmanagerwasheardon May3, 1983.TheCourtfoundthatnopowerisgiventotheprogramdirectortooverseetheimpeachmentprocess.TheWOCRconstitutionstatesliTheimpeachmenthearingshallbeconductedbytheexecutiveboardmembersandthefacultyadvisor.1IThisplacesthepowertooverseetheimpeachmentprocessinthatsaidbody.Thereforethecommitteetoimpeachdidn'tusurptbe totheprogramdirectorbutthepoweroftheExecutiveboardandfacultyadvisor.TheCourtruledthattheExecutiveboardandfacultyadvisorshallcompleteallimpeachmentproceedingsbyMay II,1983, andthisincludesrenderingadecision.COMMITTEE Rules-PassedBill3.Finance-Bill3didnotpass.Recommendedthat6.5% betakenfromthetopforcontingencyandfixedaccountsandthatBudgetCouncilrecommendtotheSenatewhateachaccountshouldget.-Bill 13,14,15,16 passed.StudentServices-Thesyllabiarecompiledandinthelibrary.-Phonesarebeingtakenoutof Mahar, Sheldonandarebeingputin:Hart-CreditcardtelephoneFunnelle-RegulartelephoneTyler-Payphone-Gettinglightsandremovingpilesofdirtoncampuswillbelookedintoduringthesummer.-Lookingintogettingpavementtothebusstops.-CarolynTightwasabsent.Elections-Referendumpassedwithavoteof 757y,442n, 2a.SUNYAffairsCommittee-Electedpeopletodieinbombshelter.CommunityRelations-Discussedparentsweekend-Urgedsupportonresolution6.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember14,1983Page3Off Campus Committee-BrianDonovan wasabsent.-UrgedsupportforResolution5 and would liketoworkonitthissummer.-Weshouldnotdealwithinternationalevents.Weshouldworkin our ownbackyard.-KaraYoungsaidthatshewillresignfromherSenateseatandchairpositionattheendofthissemester.WouldstillliketoworkwiththeSenate.FacultyAssembly-NodecisiononROTCgettingcreditwasreached.CentroDan-Danhasdecidedtostayonasdirectorforchartertrips.-WouldliketohaveChristmasshoppingrunsand aSyracusebarhop,aswellasachartertoAtlanticCity.OLD3USINESSBill3-JulioGraciaexplainedthatfixedassetsareinvestmentsandincreasethenetworthofanorganization.Fixedassetsprovidestabilityandcontingencyaccountprovidessecurity.BethA.Backusmade aformalamendmenttohave10%changedto6.5% anditpassed.MichaelNemecek did notthinkthat6.5%wasenoughand would liketoseeitat7or8%.LouTaravellasaidthat6.5%wasenoughtocoverourselveswithouttakingmoney fromclubsandorganizations.KenKirschfeltthat6.5% was enoughtocarrythroughtheyear.Bill3passedwithavoteof24y,2n,3a.Bill12-TabledBill13-DonAmmannexplainedthatmoney wasallocatedduringthelastbudgetaryprocessbuttherewas anincreaseinstudentparticipationinMRAintramuralsports.Thestudentsupervisorsaccounthasbeendepleted.Michael Nemecek saidthatwecommittedourselvestopaymentduringthelastbudgetandwecouldnotforseethishappening. Bill 13passedbyavoteof25y,2n,1a.Bill14-KenKirschsaidthattheSenateproposedthatthePresidentstayupduringthesummer. The amountintheaccountis$131short.Bill14passedbyavoteof25y,On, Oa.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember14,1983 43illIS-SueCastrignoexplainedthattherearea numberofthingsfortheVicePresidenttodooverthesummeranditisimportantthatsheisupheresothattheycouldworktogether.Sue Wray thatshewillupdatethecrossreference,upkeeptheoffice,willwork onorientationfortheRA'sinAugusttoexplainwhatSAis,gotoSASUconference,andwork ontheSAcalandar.RicvonDonselsaidthatthe$400willbewellspent.Bill15passedbyavoteof27y,On, Oa. Bill 16-KenKirschexplainedthatthisbillappropriatedtheadditionalamountwhichwill ee receivedfromtheincreaseintheSAfee.Anexpected$66,950isexpected.Janineaskedwhatwouldhappenifmore money wasreceivedandKensaidthatwecouldnottellwhereitwouldbeallocated.80thaccountsaresufficienttocarryusthroughthe fiscal year.Bill16passedbyavoteof27y,On, Oa.Resolution2-Withdrawnafterdebatesinceseveralsenatorsfeltthattheywerenotqualifiedenoughtomake ajudgmentaboutforeignpolicy.They hadtroublesupportingit. Rejolution 3-EricRitterexplainedthatacidrainisaseriousproblemandthatthegovernmenthasnotbeentakingseriousmeasurestostopit.212lakesaredeadintheAdirondack's.Thebenefitsofcleaninguptheriverwilloutweighthecosts.Mike DeLarmsaidthatitisaseriousproblemandthattheReaganadministrationhascutbackmoneytohelpstopit.Michael Nemecek saidthatadeadlakeisnotaprettysightandthatweliveoffourenvironment.CanadaandU.S.haverecentlydecidedtoshareeachothersscientificfindingswhichisa big step.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution4-PeterSawyersaidthatPeteTassiniisa goodfairguy.CraigBensonexplainedthattherebasicallywasnoSupremeCourtofficeherebeforePetegothere,andhethankedhimverymuch. Sue Muaraddedthat he hasbeena goodjustice.Michael saidthatPetehas done afantasticjobinbuildingtheSupremeCourtintosomething.Sue WraythankedhimforallthatheRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateSeptember14,1983Page 5 hasdone.SueCastrignosaidthattheStudentAssociationhasbeenabetterorganizationsincePetecame.Shethenpresentedhimwithagavel.PeteTassinisaidthatitwasgreatlyappreciatedand hethankedeverybodyalot.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution5-KaraYoung wassurprisedtofindthatnopastlegislationcouldbelocatedaboutrentincreases.Wearepayingtokeepthecommunitygoingandourrightsarebeingexploited.Studentsneedtolearnhowlandlordscontrolthecommunity.Certainpeopleshouldbepointedout.Theyholdtoomuchpower.ErnieSzabosaidthatwemusthelpstudentswhowanttomoveoff.BethKuekersaidthatwewanttomakepeopleinformed.BethBackussaidthatnotalllandlordsareouttogetus.Mike DeLarmsaidthatthereisafullcabinetofabusesandunfairleasesinLOCO.SueCastrignofeltthatitwas agreatresolutionbutweshouldnotsingleoutlandlords.Resolution5passedbya vote ofacclamation.Resolution6-RicVonDonselsaidthatthisresolutionwas an importantstepforcommunityrelations.Resolution6passedbyavoteofacclamation.Meetingwasadjournedat8:45.Respectfullysubmitted, 11& Sokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember22,1983 Agenda1.Ca11to0rder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWray6.SpecialSpeakerBryan Ogden -PresidentB.A.S.I.C.7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenatorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill9Bill11Bill229.NewBusinessBill23Bill24Bill25Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember22,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand KevinCollinsandLauraGrosswereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill12withdrawn,Bill17,18,19,20,21andResolution7 onspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrigno-Appointments:JohnElleman-ChiefJusticeBarryGreenberg-AssociateJusticeJanetBurkeScottVanWieBernadetteFlanaganDonnaBruceAbbyClarkJimDingleySteveGoldbergLindaBeegenJulieCiviokKarenScherbergerMaureen McDonaldJudyPowers Alan Roggen Mike MarchandPattyTowerGabrielMontesCornerStoreManagersCo-Director'sof Check CashingRefrigerationLegalAidsOnondagaOffCampusRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage 2September22,1983 MarkTaylerDiedreMaleckiSenecaPresidentoftheSenate-Regardingcollegeand communityrelations,SuespoketotheCommonCouncil.Theystatedthatiftheyreceivethreecomplaintsaboutaparticularhouse,theywillmovetocivilproceedingstoseethattheyareevicted.Thisisaveryseriousmatter.Theproblemcan bealleviatedbygettingapermitforablockparty,helpingoutelderlyneighbors,relayingmessageofneighborlinesstoconstituants.ThereisapossibilityofhavinganeventcalledSUNDAYwherethecommunity comestovisitallopenacademicbuildings.-VoterregistrationisthenumberonepriorityforStudentAssociationthisyear.Studentsneedrightstovoteintheircollegecommunity.September19-23therewillbevoterregistrationintheHewittUnion Lobby.-Duringthesummer SuetraveledNewYork andgotgoodideasofwhatothercampusesaredoing.-Topprioritiesoftheyearinclude:1.Voterregistration2.Voterturnout3.Educationontheissues4.Meetingminority,women's,gay andlesbianissues5.Governence-gettingmoreFacultyAssemblyseatsSueisopentoanysuggestionsorideasandherdoorisalwaysopen.SueWray-Duringthesummer Sue workedonthecrossreference,cleaneduptheoffices.-AttendedaconferenceonPotsdamandwaselectedtheWomen's CaucusDelegateofSASU-AttendedtheUSSAConferenceinAtlanta-NYwasveryprogressiveRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3September22,1983-AttendedarallyinWashington-WenttoboardmeetingsinAlbany-SpentoneweekworkingwithSASU-WorkedonCollegeCommunityNight-WorkedtopreparetheStudentAssociationCalendar-Voterregistration-designedpins,t-shirts.Wroteletterstofacultytohavethenremindstudentstovote.-MetwiththeMayorofOswego and hesuggestedaswitchdaywherestudentsgotohisofficefora daytoseehowhisdailyoperationsarerunandthekindofproblemsherunsinto.-SenatorsshouldbesuretogobacktotheirdormcouncilstoletthemknowwhatStudentAssociationisdoing.-Urgesallnewsenatorstostopbytheofficeso SuemayexplainRobert'sRulestothem.JimDingley-GeorgeMcGovernwillnotbe comingtocampustospeak.TheFederalElectionCommitteecalledtosaythathecannotacceptanymoneyforspeechesuntilafterNovembersinceheisrunningforPresident.Karen McCarthy-Anauditwas donethissummerfortheyearsof1981-1982and1982-1983.Therewas asurplusof$7,104.98for1981-1982and asurplusof$51,706.56fortheyear1982-1983.Thereisnowafundbalanceof$276,942.-$125,000isneededforacushionwithinthebusiness.Thefundshouldbereducedfrom arevenueangle.Wecanincreaseourspendinglevelbecauseweareina goodfinancialposition.Addingtoourbudgetisnotappropriatebecausewehaveadditionalmoney fromraisingtheStudentAssociationfee.Room205 Hewitt UnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4September22,1983-Thefundshouldnotbereducedinoneyear.Waysof reducinginclude:1.ReducetheStudentAssociationfeebackto$752.Have abigevent(rallies,etc.)oncampussothateverystudentwillbenefit.3.Givestudentsarefund-Karenlearnedaboutherdifferentresponsibilitiesandorganizedtheofficethissummer. Herofficeisopenatalltimes.BethBackus-PresentedtheSenatewiththeFinanceCommitteeGuidelinesforclubs.Thiscommittee totheSenatewhatthethevariousclubsshouldbeallocated.Thereisabudgetof$15.000toworkwith.-KarenMcCarthyremindedtheSenatorsthatweareheretosubsidizeandnotfundtheclubs.-Theguidelinespassedby avoteof29y,On.OaCOMMITTEEREPORTSRules-MeetingsareMonday's-t6:00inroom 217HewittUnion-Passedbill8,17,18,19.Finance-Passedbill8,17,18,19,20.StudentServices-Studentcourseandteacherevaluationswillbe workedonthisyear.-LookingintogettingapostalcenterintheUnion.Elections-Noreport.SUNYAffairs-Meetingsare at4:00intheHewittUnion FormalLounge.Allarewel come. CommunityRelations-Lookingfornewideastohelpwiththecollegeand communityrelationsproblem.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5September22,1983DanClark-AbuswillbegoingtoShoppingTownMall,andPenncanMallsonSeptember24th.Costis$5.00forfreshmenandtransfers,and$5.50forallotherstudents.-October8th,a buswillbegoingtoNiagaraFalls.Thecostis$27.Bill8-MikePerrinexplainedthatthecopycamerathattheOswegonianisnowworkingwithisapieceofjunk.AnewcamerawouldkeepthecontrolofgraphicswithintheOswegonian.Mike DeLarmsaidthathavingaprinterdothecopyingwouldcostacoupleofthousanddollarsayearandurgedalltopassthebill.Bill8passedbyavoteof29y,On, Oa.Bill9-TabledBillll-TabledBill12-WithdrawnBill17-KarenMcCarthyexplainedthatrefrigeratorswerekeptinawarehouseoverthesummer andthecontractwas madebythepastadministration.The moneyisneededinordertopayforthewarehouserental.Bill17passedbyavoteof29y,On, Oa.Bill18-SueWrayexplainedthatduringthesummershehadnomoneytoworkwithandshewould 1iketoseeanaccountforspecialprojects.TheSenateshouldpayforsomethingthatStudentAssociationisworkingon.DonAmmannsaidthatmoneyshouldnotbespentandthencometotheSenatetobereimbursed.Sue Muarsuggestedthatthet-shirtsbereturnedandusedinfutureyears.JenniferWichersaidthatitisaSenatorsjobtoworkonspecialprojectsandthatwevolunteerourtime.SueWrayexplainedthattheshirtswereforeffectandnotreward.JanineFrainieraddedthatwithoutthemwewouldnothavehadsuchanexcellentturnout.Thebillpassedbyavoteof20y,3n,5a.Bill19-KarenMcCarthyexplainedthatthemoney wasneededinordertopaytheauditor.Passedbyavoteof29y,On, Oa.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage6September22,1983PresidentoftheSenateBill20-JanetBurkeexplainedthatthecashregisterthattheCornerStorenowworkswithisanobsoletemachine.Itcosts$49.50justforonerepairtrip.Lastyearitwasintherepairshopforfourmonths.Theyneedareliablemachinetotellhowmuchmoneyispaidoutforrefundssincethebottlebillwentintoeffect.Mike Nemecekaddedthatthemachineisneededforadequateservice.Bill20passedbyavoteof30y,On, Oa.Bill21-SueCastrignoexplainedthattheStudentAssociationhandbook/calendarwasoneoftheprojectstheyworked onduringthesummer.PeopleneedtobeinformedoftheStudentAssociationandthecalendarwillgetthejobdone.Itisaveryworthwhileproject.PaulAtkinsonsaidthatitwillshowfreshmenandtransferswhatisoncampus andwillmotivateallothers.SueCastrignothenaddedthatthereisa goodchancethatlocalmerchantswillcollaborateonthecostsinthefuture.Thebillpassedbyacoteof23y,2n,4a.Mr.Wassenaarsaidthatthecalendarisaverycommendableprojectandlongoverdue.Resolution7-MichaelNemecekexplainedthatvoterregistrationisthenumber onepriorityon campusthisyear.Politicianswillnot1istentousunlesswevote.Resolution7passedbyavoteofacclamation.Mike Brooksannouncedthattherearetwo openseatsinthejusticeandapplicationsandinterviewswillbeinthenearfuture.Meetingadjournedat9:10.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember28,19831.Calltoorder2.RollcallatOswego Agenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWrayJerryManglnelll6.FinancialReportKaren r1 c CarthyCornerStore L0'CO5C' 7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudent Services ElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampus CommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill23Bill249.NewBusinessBill26Bill27Bill28Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 19thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember28,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand KevinCollinsand KarenSherbergerwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill25onspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrigno-AppointedJohnSullivanasSAVACPresidentoftheBoard.-SpokeattheKAWANISClubonWednesday,September21.Aboutninetypercentofthemenfeltthatcollegestudentsshouldvoteinthecommunity.-Suehas beenevaluatingherselfandfiguredthatsheputsinbetween30-40hours I week. Sheexpectshoursfromsenatorsjustasthesenatorsexpecthoursfromher.-ThankedPhi Lambada Phiforhelpatvoterregistration.SueWray-AppointedDave McNalleyasElectionsChair.-AppointedDonCorbettandPattyTowersasOffCampus CommitteeChairpeople.-AppointedAlan Roggen and John BIDndi toFinance.-AtthistimetherewasdiscussionastowhetherPPBshouldhave asenatortorepresentthemorifoneofthestaff members atPPBshould give:a reporteachweek.LouTaravellafeltthatPPBshouldgettopicktheirownsenatorsothattheycouldwork morecloselyandgetabetterreport.Alan RoggenfeltthatitwasRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2September28,1983ourresponsibilitytopickasenator.Michael NemeceksaidthatthePPBdirectorshouldgivethereport.MikeDeLarmfeltthatthePPBdirectorshouldgivethereport.Having aspecialPPBsenatorwouldcauseconflictwithotherspecialinterestgroups.Michael Nemecekmadea formal amendmenttohavethedirectororarepresentativecometalk.Therewasavoteof16y,13n,3atohavethedirectorcomespeak.-Regardingvoterregistration-sentletterstoeveryfacultymemberremindingthemtotelltheirstudentstovote.BrianOgden -PresidentofB.A.S.I.C.-SueCastrignoinvitedhimtogetridofsomestigmaon campus.B.A.S.I.C.isonover20campusesinNewYorkState.Theirpurposeistointegratestudentsintoalocalchurch.Devotedtosharingfaith'withotherpeople.Theysponsorsocialevents.TheirmeetingsareeveryThursdayinroom 214HewittUnion.COMMITTEESRules-Bill9 andBill22passed.Finance-Bill9passed.-Bill11changedsothatonlylettersA,B, Cstay.Thenewtotalis$4,900.00-Bi1122passedStudentServices-WorkingtogetapostalboxintheUnion.Elections-UrgedeverybodytopassBill25.SUNYAffairs-MeetingsareonTuesdaysat6:00intheformalloungeofHewittUnion. CommunityRelations-MeetingsareThursdaysat6:00inroom 319Hart.-Lookingtohave apicnicforunderprivilegedchildren.-WouldliketostartaStudentAssociationNewsletter-Wouldliketoinvitethehighschoolstudentgovernmentleaderstocampus.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3September28,1983FacultyAssembly-Noformalreport.Mr.WassenaarspokeofParentsWeekend.Therearealreadyabout400reservationsmade. Urgesallsenatorsto welcome them.Bill9-BobZieglerexplainedthatWTOPcannotproducequalityprogrammingtosendtoGroup Wcable.WTOPisopentoanystudentandtheyarealltrainedverywell.ThequalityofWTOPwillbereducedwithoutthecameras.MichaelNemecekexplainedthatWTOPhas made manyimprovementsoverthelastyear.They havecreateda masscontrolroom,repaintedthestudio.Theynowhave 120studentscommittedtolearntelevisionproduction.Theequipmenthas alifeofabout10years.MikePerrinaddedthatthiswould be alongterminvestmentanditisalsoinvestingintheeducationofstudents.Thebillpassedbyavoteof30y,On, Oa.Billll-PaulAtkinsonexplainedthatthereare120studentsinvolvedwithWOCR.MichaelNemecekwantedtogetacommittmentfromWOCRastowhattheyplantodotoincreaseawarenessandstudentinvolvement.EricRitterexplainedthatWOCRisincreasingtheirservicetothestudents.Theywillbeontheair24hoursaday.Bill11passedby avoteof29y,On, Oa.Bill22-Passedbyavoteof27y,ln,laoBill25-AlanRoggen made afriendlyamendmenttomovetheelectionsbackone week sothatan admaybe runintheOswegonian.LouTaravellaalsofelt that itshouldbe a weeklaterbecausethestudentsshould awareoftheelections.MarkTaylerfeltthatifwemoveditforwarda weekwewould beinmidtermsandhalfwaydonewiththesemester.MichaelNemecekfeltthatDaveMcNalley,beingElectionsChair,had made acommittmenttomadesurepeoplewerenotifiedwhenhemadethebill.Bill25passedasitwasbyavoteof26y,ln,laoMeetingadjournedat9:00.Respectfullysubmitted,. JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudenttssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober5,1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2. Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportSueWray6.FinancialReportCommunityServices7. CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill26Bill27Bill289.NewBusinessBi1129Bill3010.ExecutiveReportSueCastrigno11.C1ubbudgetsRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober5,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:02.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand KevinCollins,BethKueker,LauraGross,ErnieSzabo,Mike Marchand, andDaveMillswereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithCommunityServicesbeingdeletedandLOCOadded,andalsoJerryMangine11i addedunderExecutiveReport.TheminuteswereapprovedwithachangeunderSueWray'sreport.Mike Delarmfelt that ifPPBgivesareport,thenthiswillcauseconflictwithotherspecialinterestgroups,waschangedto"PPBdirectorofrepresentativeshouldgivethereport.Having aspecialPPBsenatorwouldcauseconflictwithotherspecialinterestgroups."EXECUTIVEREPORTSueCastrignoFourstudentswereevictedduringthelastweek.Therewerecomplaintsofthem makingnoiseand whencheckedinto,were foundtobeimproperlyzoned.-Onlyabout1,000offcampusstudentshave beenregisteredtovoteoutofabout2,300.Senatorssuggestedknockingondoors,settingupatablebythedeliintheUnion,advertisinginthepaper,andadvertisinginbuses.-ElectioncandidatesarelookingforstudentsupportbysayingthattheyareworkingonCollegeCommunityRelations.SueWraySue SmithwassworninassenatorfromJohnson.-JanineFrainierwasapprovedbythesenateasAssistanttotheVicePresident.-RulesandFinanceCommitteeswillnowgivetheirrationaleofwhytheypassedorfailedabillwhenitcomestothefloor.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPage 2October5,1983PresidentoftheSenateJerryMangine11i -WorksfortheHigherEducationServicesCorporation.ThisiswhereTAPandotherloanapplicationsareprocessed.Theybelievethatstudentscanaffordeducation,and wonderiftheyknowaboutfinancialaid.PassedapamphletaroundregardingtheTransportationBondIssue.ThisisanissueinvolvingtherebuildingofroadsinNewYork andwillbevotedonNovember8.Itwillcosteverytaxpayerabout$3.15/yearforthenextsevenyearsifpassed.FINANCIALREPORTKaren McCarthy -Wearegoingtobehavinganorganizationalspotlighteveryweek.Therewillbeabout2groupscominginsothatwecangetfamiliarwiththemsobudgetswillgomucheasier.JanetBurke TheCornerStoreemploys 7cashiersand hasthreemanagers.Theymakenoprofitand workwithabout20distributors.ThenewregisterisdoingjustfindandJanetthankedthesenateforallocatingthemoney.ColleenHo1nick -DirectorofLOCO.LOCOislocatedintheMainOfficeoftheHewittUnion. Theystarted7yearsago andareseparatefromOCA.CurrentlyareworkingonatelephonesurveytofindouthowmanypeopleknowwhatLOCOis.Theyprovideamailinglistofhousingwhichisavailable,rentlockersinthebasementofHewittUnion,dropfiles,and 2typewritersforstudentsuse.Theyalsoinformthestudentonthingstowatchoutforand whattolookforwhensearchingforahouse.Hold a MovingOffCampusWorkshopeachsemesterforthosewhoareinterestedinmovingoffcampus.COMMITTEESRules-Copyofattendencerequirementswillbeinsenatorsmailboxes.Finance-BudgetsstartWednesday,October5.StudentServices-Thestudentcourseandteacherevaluationwilltakemuchstudentsupport.TherewillbealettertotheOswegonianinnextweeks neMspaperlookingforthisstudentsupport.-WorkingtogetamailboxintheUnion.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3October5,1983ElectionsWorkedonpetitionsandsignstogetupintheacademicbuildings.SUNYAffairs-Noreport.CommunityRelations-MeetingsareThursdaysat6:00inHewittUnion.OffCampusCommittee Remindedoffcampussenatorstogoto'theOffCampusCouncilmeetings.PPBDirector-Establishedanetworkwitotherschoolsforconcertswhichwillbeonanexperimentalbasis.TheotherschoolsincludeCornell,Syracuse,Binghamton,and Oswego.-BillyIdolwillbeatLaker HallonNovember13.-StuartDiamondwillbespeakingonToxicWasteonOctober17.FacultyAssembly -H.S,Ugradingwillnotbeimplementedthisyearbecausetherearecomputercomplications.InternshipsarestillbeinggradedonanA,B,C,level.Bill23-PassedthroughRulesandFinance.ChrisSanfordexplainedthattheStatePressServiceisrun andpresentedfortheSUNYsystem. Would likethisservicebecauseisgivesusinformationaboutthingsgoingonaroundthestate.Theywillreceive4-5articlesa weekaswellaspictures.ItwillmaketheOswegonian abetternewspaper.MikePerrinaddedthatnomoneyisbeingallocated,itisjustbeingtransferredfrom one Oswegonianaccounttoanother.TheStatePressServiceisvaluable.Bill23passedbyavoteof26y, Oft, Oa.Bill24RicVanDonse1explainedthatvoterregistrationisatoppriorityoftheStudentAssociation.Thebuttonsmadethisvisible.MarkTaylerfeltthatmoneywasbeingspentandthenbillswere comingtothesenatelookingformoney.Didnotsupportthebill.Bill24passedbyavoteof22y,2n,1a.Meetingadjournedat7:10 Se.=..:..:.-na:::....=..t=e--=-C....:...1=e....:...r..:..:k_ Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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WEDNESDAYOCT.5 -10thMeeting9:009:159:309:4510:0010:1510:3010:45 11:00 11:15SociologyKundahniYogaClubBiologyClubAnthropologyClubChemistryclubMeteorologyClubKarateClubRussianClubGermanClubO.S.P.A.THURSDAYOCT.6 -11thMeeting6:00 6:156:306:457:007:157:307:458:008:158:308:459:009:159:309:4510:00 10:20 10:50EconomicsClubOswegoTrackClubCatalinaClubFrenchClubJudoClubOIAAComputerScienceAssociationGeologyClubJewishStudentUnionDelSarteWriter'sGuildPre-lawSocietyAccountingClubRhetoricaClubPhilosophyClubSocietyofWomenManagersPeaceandJusticeForum OswegoWildlifeSocietyWeightTraining&FitnessClub

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober12.1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportSueWray6.FinancialReportsKaren McCarthy MindyWeinsteinRapeCrisisAliceLewis -WVSOLee Hall7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill27Bill289.NewBusinessBill31Bill32Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober12,1983 MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe9thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:01.Rollcallwastakenand Kevin Collins,TonyNaselli,andDiedreMalecki wereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill29andBill30onspecialorders,Bill27tabled,and SueCastrigno'sexecutivereportmoveduntilafternewbusiness.Theminuteswereapprovedwasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSueWray-EricRitterresignedfromFinanceCommittee.-AppointedSue Smith fromJohnsontoFinance-SueWrayand SueCastrignometwithDonHarrisonand Mtke Murrayregardingcommunityrelations.Lookingtoholdazoningworkshopaswellashavereleasesaboutourpresentpositionwiththecommunity.-Dr.RadleynominatedSueWrayasWomenoftheYear.-BillsandresolutionsmustbeinbyTuesdayat12:30.FINANCIALREPORTCommunityServices-HavetheBigBrotherand BigSisteraswellastheAdopt-A-Grandparentservice.Studentsworkona onetoonebasis.Holdpicnics,campouts andparties.-LiketoseestudentsvolunteerfortheentirestayatOswego.-Takeservicesofstudentsandfunnelthemintothecommunity. COMrHTTEES Rules KevinCollinswascensoredas asenatorfromFunnelleHall.Thismeansthatheisstillasenatorbuthasnovotingpower.Passedbyavoteof23y,ln,4a.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2October 12. 1983Finance-expectedattendanceatbudgethearings.StudentServicesDr. Radleysupportsthestudentcourseandevaluation.-Busstopstandisupoverby Onondaga. Cayuga andSeneca.-StudentsareintheprocessofbuildingcabinetsfortheclockintheUnion.-LookingintomovingthedropfilesupstairsintheUnion.Elections-Bill30passagewillallowStudentAssociationtosavebetween $200 -$300.-ThreepetitionsforsenatorscameinlateandtheElectionscommitteewilldecidewhetherornottoacceptthem. Alan Roggenfeltthatweshouldeither-acceptallornone.PaulAtkinsonfeltthatallshouldbeacceptedbecauseitwould show asenseofcompetitionandeffort.MikeDeLarmsaidthattheyshouldnotbeaccepted.Rulesweresetuptofollowandweshouldsticktothem.SUNYAffairsWorkingongettingallofthevoterregistrationinformationontoindexcards.CommunityRelations-AStudentAssociationnewsletterisbeingworkedon.-Lookingintogettingthehighschoolleaderscomeworkwiththesenateforaday.-WorkingonapicnicwithFatherLangforunderprivi1gechildren.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30intheUnion.OffCampusCommittee -Postingminutesinthe1aundrymatsdowntown.-LookingintoWOCRgoingFM.PPB-48hoursplayedintheUnionat8:00and10:00.-PsychowasatthTavernat3:00and9:30.-HypertensionwasintheUnion onSaturdayat9:00.FacultyAssembly -Noformalreport.DanClark-NiagaraFallstripwascancelled.-Possibilityofhavinga bustotheGratefulDeadconcert.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3October12.1983Bill26-PassedthroughRulesandFinanceCommittees.AndyDueslerexplainedthattheprojectorstheyhavenoware11yearsoldandtheyblveoneproblemafteranotherwiththem.Havepricedotherprojectorsforsixmonths and mostofthepricesareaboutdoublethantheone'sthatareavailablethroughCMICommunications.Bill26passedbyavoteof30y.On. Oa.Bill27tab1 edBill28-ThisbillregardingUMOfailedinRulesbyavoteof4-1.ThecommitteefeltthattheContingencyAccountshouldnotbeusedtofundorganizations
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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4October 12. 1983todoawaywithorganizations.Freshmenlookfor things todoandthiswouldbeonestrikeagainstus.Ifanorganizationhas a good enoughcausetheyshouldgetfunded.WecannotturnUMOdown. PaulAtkinsonspokeagainstthebill.Hefeltthatthiswasnotthetimeforthistypeoflegislationtogothroughthebody.ItshouldbedoneintheSpringandweshouldadheretolaws.SueCastrignofeltthatthesenatehad adifficultdecisiontomake. Sheexplainedthatshelikestoseeheatedissuescometothesenate.Itbringsmanypeople.andtheissuesarewellthoughtout.ThereweremanyUMOmembersthereandmanyshowedupatthefirstbudgethearing.Weare n6t heretodobudgets.Wehave a freedomtorectifydecisionswhich werealreadymade. IntheSpringsenatorshave aconservativeattitudeaboutallocatingmoney.Wearenolongerundertheconstraintofhavinga bottomline.Ontheotherhand.ifthisbillpassed.Sue hopedthatotherorganizationswouldcomeback.Ifwesayyestosome andnotoothersthentherebetterbea goodreasonforit.Sheposedthequestionof"Ifthisbillpasses.whatwillwedoinunforeseencircumstancessinceitwould wipeoutourcontingencyaccount?"ShethoughtitwasanexcellentideaforstudentstotourbutwhydotheyhavetogotolongIslandandNewJersey.Theyshouldstayaroundheretoservethecommunity andcollege.RicVanDonse1saidthatStudentAssociationfundsgotoenricheducation.aswellasthesocial.recreational.andculturalaspectsofastudentslife.UMOhas gone backandchangedanditisabouttimethesenatedidthesame. Karen McCarthysaidthatBudgetCouncilhasthoughtaboutfazingUMOoutformanyyears.Themajorityofbenefitsareleavingcampus.Moremoneyisgoingoffinsteadofstayingon.Theyshouldlocalizetheirconcerts.SheseesnoeffortsofUMOgoingtofundraising.Theyshouldgetoutand workforit.NelsonMillersaidthattheyplaywheretheythey;can book. Partoftheexperienceisstayinginahotel.EverytimehepicksuptheOswegonianhereadssomethingbadaboutthecollegecommunityrelations.HefindsithardtoseewherethecommunitywillsupportUMO.Alan Roggensaidthatwehave beenfundingUMOforfourteenyearsandweshouldadmitifwemadeamistake.UMObenefitstheentirecampus andgivesprestigetotheschool.Michael Nemeceksaidthathehadheardrationalforfundingandagreethattheyshouldgoontours.buthehadnotseenrationalfor$12.000.Goalsoftheorganizationcanbemetwithoutspending$12.000.HeisnotagainstUMO.hewasagainstthebill.MikePerrinsaidthatprecedentisnotlaw.BudgetCouncilandthesenatemadeabigmistakebynotfundingthemintheSpringtime.Ahastydecisionwasmadewithnorationalfordoingit.ItisthewrongtimeoftheyearbutbelievedsuchabigmistakewasmadeanditmustbecorrectedbeforedamageisdonetoRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 5October 12, 1983PresidentoftheSenateUMO.JenniferWichcerexplainedthatyoucanonlyplayforpeoplesomanytimes.Fundraisingisveryhardforstudentstodoanditisillegaltosolicitinthedorms.ItisnotthefunctionofUMOtodrawpeopletothecollege.Amistakewasmade.TherearemanyrumosaboutSA.Ifourconstituantsseethatwerectifiedamistake,ourrespectwouldgoup.JohnBondisaidthatitisimportanttoperforminfronofdiverseaudiences.ChrisWalkersaidthatthepeopleinOswegowhoareinterestedinhearingUMOcometocampus. SueCastrignosaidthatthecommunitythinkswearespoiled.Thebestthingtodoistotaketheorganizationsoutintothecommunity.Wehavegottoworktohelpthecollegecommunityrelations problem. KenSteelesaidthattheorganizationsshouldget$6/dayforfood and$9/dayforlodgingtofollowthebudgetguidelines.SueSmithdidnotthinkthat $10,000 offundraisingwasoutofthequestion.ArollcallvotewastakenandBill28failedbyavoteof 14y, 15n.John Bondi yEricHoeglern Miguel Montes yJenniferWichceryLouTaravellayMarkTaylery Michael Nemecek n Alan Roggen yPaulAtkinsonnGabrielMontes nKenSteelenMarkMarchand yDaveMcNally nDaveMills yJulioGraciay Judy Power n RicVanDonse1 y Maureen McDonald n PerrinyJulieCiviokn BethA.Backus n KarenSherbergeryBethKucker nPattyTower n MikeDeLarmn SueSmithnDonAmmannnJoanneVitaloneyDonCorbettyDonAmmannwasabsentattherollca11votebutwaspresentatthemeeting.Dr.ButtonhasjustbeenelectedastheFacultyAssemblySenator.HeurgedthesenatetogivehimtherighttospeakjustastheFAsenatorhastherighttospeakattheFAmeetings.Bill29-PassedinRulesandFinanceCommittees.BethBackussaidthatweshouldpassthebillsincewealreadycommittedourselvestothecalendar.Passedbyavoteof 28y,On, Oa.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6October12,1983Bill30-PassedinRulesCommittee.DaveMcNallyfeltthattheStudentAssociationcouldsave$200-$300ifthisbillpassed.Weshouldlettheindividualdormsstafftheirownelections.Itishardtogetvolunteerstositthedesksandalsohardtogetpeopletoworkfor$2/hour.HewittUnionelectionswouldberunasusual.LouTaravellafeltthatitwasa goodideasincepeoplewouldbecaughtatthefrontdoortovote,buttheDA's have enoughtodo.DormCouncilshouldhandleit.TheDAisdonltneedtheextraresponsibility.MikeDeLarmsuggestedcontactingRSVP,thevolunteergroup whichhelpedwithlastSpring'selections.Theysaidtheywouldbegladtohelpoutatanytime.MikePerrinfeltthatwecouldnotimposeonthedormstaff.MikeNemeceksaidthattherewasnevera problemwithdormcouncilelectionsinhisdorm andfeltitwasa goodidea.Beth Backusfeltthatthereshouldbeatablesetupatthedoor andthattheDA'scouldnotdoitall.SueCastrignosaidthateachdormshouldbevisitedandaskediftheywillcooperate.Iftheywon't,thensomeonewillbehired.Bill30passedbyavoteof18y,8n,laoSueCastrigno-CongratulatedthesenateduringtheUMOissue.ThereweremanygoodargumentsaDdinvestigation.-Therewere two morebudgethearingsaheadofthesenateand Sueaskedfora committment fromallofthesenators.Budgetsareveryimportantandweneedjustificationforalldecisions.-UrgedallsenatorstogototheSASUConferenceatOneontatheweekendofOctober14-16.Itwillhave good workshops aswellas a goodtime.Meetingadjournedat8:55. JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober12,1983 MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThe10thMeetingwascalledtoorderonWednesday,October5,at9:00.Rollcallwastakenand PaulAtkinson,TonyNase11i,ErnieSzabo,andDiedreMalecki wereabsent.Beth Kuckerwasabsentwitha pro xy.SOCIOLOGYCLUBMarkTrott-PresidentIIIBudgetCouncilrecommendedfilmsat$295.00-passedV$44recommended -passedBottomlineof$339.00KUNDALINIYOGACLUBTomArme1ino -PresidentIVInstruction-$367.50376.32forinstructionlastyear$743.82passedBottomline$743.82BIOLOGYCLUBDavid Sussman -PresidentKathieComstock -TreasurerIIEventsBandCarenotintherealmofSAEvent A fundedat$110 V Phone recommendedat$5Postagerec.at$2OfficeSuppliesrec.at$26DonAmmannmotioned$15forthephonefeelingthat$5wasnotadequate.MikeDeLarmfeltthat$5isenoughsincetheirspeakersarealreadylinedup. Phonepassedat$15byavoteof19y,5n,Oa.Vpassedat$43. Bottomlineof$153Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2October12,1983ANTHROPOLOGYCLUBKathy Palmer -PresidentJohnHallett-TreasurerIIRec. $150forspeakers1,3,4,5.-passedIII$55rec.-passedV $26forofficesuppliesbasedonthreeevents-passedBottomlineof$231.00CHEMISTRYCLUBTonyDipero -PresidentIIEventswerecuttofourspeakersfromsix.TheclUb hastoraisesomemoneyontheirown. Beth Backusmotionedfor$200. Event Apassedat$200. V $32rec.forofficesuppliesbasedon4events.-passedBottomlineof$232.KARATECLUBSandyMarlin-PresidentandTreasurerII$100rec.-passedIV$1170rec.Itistheguidelinesofthesenatetofundinstructors $1170passed.V $32rec.basedonfourevents-passedBottomlineof$1302.00METEOROLOGICALSOCIETYKaren Kowa1ewsky -PresidentGreg Stumpf -TreasurerIIEvent ARec. $150 -passedEvent B-Departmentshouldfundrenovationofsynopticmeteorologylabandmaproom.$0passedIIIRec$115forfilms2-6.Beth Backusmotioned$115 anditpassed.VRec$52 -passedBottomlineof$317.00Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3October12,1983ASPAJeffRoney -PresidentIIEvent A2-5isexcludedbyguidelines.Beth Backusmotionedfor$50 -passedEvent B-rec.$150 -passedEventC-rec $0 -notinrealmofSA-donotfundforregistrationfees-$0passedEvent D-donotfund awardsformembers -$0passedEvent ERec. $30 for pamphletandliteraturewithastipulationthatthismoneybeusedforthisonly.PattyTowermotionedfor$50forpamphletandliteraturealongwiththeslideshow.DonAmmannfelttheslideshowwasnotnecessary.$50passedbyavoteof14y,7n,1a.Event F-Donotfundfortravel.Rec$0-passedEvent G-Rec$0forfood -passedEventtotal=$250.00VTelephone$10Postage$15OfficeSupplies$50basedonseveneventsMotionfor$75-passedBottomline$325RUSSIANCLUBMaryRoche -PresidentCaro1yDietz-TreasurerIIEventsA and Brec.$100 -passedIIIBudgetCouncilfelt1filmwassufficient.Motionfor$250 -passedVRec$31-passedBottomlineof$381GERMANCLUBNicoLauer-PresidentJim Witmer -TreasurerII$75recommendedfortwospeakers-passedIIIThislinewastableduntilThursday,October6toseeifNicocouldcomeup with afilmtobeshown.Meetingadjournedat11:15.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate.19thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober12,1983MinutesThe11thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05onThursday,October6,1983PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandDonAmmann,ErnieSzabo,Alan Roggen, Mike Marchand,DaveMills,JulieCiviokand KarenSherbergerwereabsent.ECONOMICSCLUBBobBone-PresidentDanMarangiello-TreasurerIIRecommended $175 -passedV Rec. $42LouTaravellaaskedBobif$10wasenoughforthetelephone.Bobrepliedno.Louthenmadeafriendlyamendmenttoraisethetelephone$5.$47forgeneraloperatingequipmentpassedat$47.Bottomlineof$222.OSWEGOTRACKCLUBBobHoran -PresidentTrishPruiksma -TreasurerIIEvent A-$0passedforentryfees.StudentAssociationdoesnotfundregistrationorentryfeesaccordingtotheguide,lines.Event B-20shirtsX$8/each=$160.BobexplainedthatCrossCountryshirtswerejustbought andtheywere $10each.PattyTowermadeafriendlyamendmentfor$200 anditwasaccepted-passed.Event C-Requested$150forshoes.BudgetCouncilfeltthattheshoeswillnotbeabletobereusedyearafteryear.$0passedVPostage-$3requestedOfficeSupplies$12 recommendedPattyTowermotionedfor$15forgeneraloperatingexpensesanditpassed.Bottomlineof$215.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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SSOCIATIONPage 2October12,1983GERMANCLUBPresidentoftheSenateNicoLauerreturnedaftertalkingtohisadvisoraboutwhich movietosee.TheydecidedonTheLastHonorofKatherineBlumwhichcost$175.Beth Backusmotionedfor$175 anditpassed.VPostage-rec.$5OfficeSuppliesBeth Backusmotionedfor$37basedonfiveevents.Bottomlineof$287CATALINACLUBJaniceHart-PresidentKathieTaube -TreasurerIIEvent A-Requested$455fortheirFallShow-passedEventBRecommended $150forswimsuits.Theclubdoesnothavemanyandthosetheydohaveareinbadshape.$150 -passedIVInstruction-Requested$200. Recommended $100accordingtotheSAGuidelinestofundfor ofinstruction.$100passedVOfficeSuppliesRec. $20basedon twoevents.$20passedBottomlineof$725FRENCHCLUBElissaLipman -PresidentRebecca Shamey -TreasurerIIEvent A-Theclubwasrequesting$60fortheirtheatricalproduction.BudgetCouncilrecommended$0sincetheydidnothave enoughinformationabouttheproductiontobeputon.They groupthenexplainedthatreservationswerealreadymadeand would needmoneyforsceneryandfabricforcostumes.Theysuggested$50forfabric,$20formake-up,and $50forpaintsandoaktagforatotalof$120.DaveMcNallysuggestedthattheygototheSalvationArmyforclothesandthenalterthem.$120passedEventBRecommended$25foraspeakeronFrench tuisine $25passedEvent C-wascancelledbecausethesamespeakerwillbesponsoredbytheRussianClub.Event 0-Speakerontoday'sroleofwomeninFrance.$50passed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage 3October12,1983IIIRecommended $240for1,2,3,4,5films-PassedVTelephoneRec. $25Postage$15rec.Officesupplies$38basedonfiveevents$78passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesBottomlineof$513JUDOCLUBScottSeibert-PresidentPeteGui1ietti-TreasurerIIEvent A-Firstaidkit$15passedEventB$22passedforclubgeeIII$85passedforfilmsIVRequested$840forinstructors.$420passedbasedonfunding forinstructors.VTelephone-Rec$5Postage-Rec$15Officesupplies-rec$20basedontwoeventsGeneraloperatingexpensespassedat$30 Bottomlineof$572OIAAMorrisLalonde-PresidentMindyCohn-TreasurerII$150passedforspeakersIII$85.50passedforfilmsVPostage-$15recOfficesupplies$56basedoneightevents$71passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesBottomlineof$306.50COMPUTERSCIENCEASSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateJeanneWinters-PresidentIIEvent A-Rec$25forfallspeakerand $50forspringspeakertobeusedattheLove a Computer Week. $75passed.Event C-Requested$144inordertoadministerasurveytocomputersciencealumni.CSClub wouldliketotellstudentswhattoexpectwhentheygetout.$144passedEvent 0-Norequestedbutwouldliketoberecognizedinordertoreceivemoneyforpublicity.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4October12,1983V $40passedBottomlineof$259GEOLOGYCLUBColleenMcGranahan -PresidentJohn Rics -TreasurerIIEvent ABudgetCouncilfeltthatthejobandgraduatelibraryshouldbetakencareofinthecareerawarenesslibrary.$0passedEventB-elements were movedtoofficesuppliesEvent C and D$60passedVPostage-Rec$5Officesupplies$24reqformineraldisplayplus$20fortwoevents.$49passedforgeneraloperatingexpenses.Bottomlineof$109.00JEWISHSTUDENTUNIONNeil Cohen -PresidentII -$50passedfortwospeakersIIIOnefilmforeachsemester$90passedVTelephone-$5recPostage$22recOfficesupplies$32recbasedonfourevents$59passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesBottomlineof$199DELSARTERecommended $30forleotards,$40fornecessary.$234IngredGonzalez-PresidentRebecca Schuckermann -TreasurerIIEvent A and Event B werecombined.records,$100formaterial,$50fortights.Film andprintingwerenotpassedforEventsA andB.Event C-Rec$0accordingtoSAGuidelinesofnottopayregistrationfees.Instructor-Req$150 Recommended$75accordingtoSAGuidelinestopay ofinstructors.$75passedVRec$26forofficesuppliesbasedonthreeevents-passedBottomlineof$385IVRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5October12,1983WRITERSGUILDJonathanHazelton-PresidentNanetteCrandall-TreasurerIIRectocombinePoetryDayandWriterFallFestivalfor$100.MikePerrinfeltthatwewouldbelimitingthemifwecombinedtheevents.DonCorbettsaidthattheygetabigturnoutattheireventsandshouldfundforthreespeakers.Event Apassedat$50 Event B$50passedbyavoteof13y,7n,1a Event C-SpringWritersFestica1-Rec$100fortwospeakersinsteadofthree.RicVanDonse1motionedfor$100.PattyTowerfeltthattheyshouldbefundedforthreebecausetheyneeddiversityanddifferentstyles.$100passedbyavoteof15y,6n,1aIIIRec$200fortwofilmsoneeachsemester.$200passedVTelephone-rec$5Postage-rec$5Officesupplies-rec$44basedonfourevents$54passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesBottomlineof$454PRE-LAWSOCIETYRec$165 $100$25$40JoeKana11y -PresidentKelleySna11 -TreasurerIIEvent A-2outsidespeakers1Syracusearea4generalarea$165passedEvent C-Rec$0anditpassedsincewedonotfundfortripsortravel.IIIRec$125becauseBudgetCouncilfeltthatitwasnotintherealmoftheStudentAssociationtofundforsuchfilmsas JusticeforAll"and"ToKillaMockingbird".Lou Taravi11a saidWTOPwillbeshowingAnJusticeforAll.MarkTaylermotionedfor$250fortwofilms-ToKillaMockingbirdandExecutiveAction.Beth BackusdidnotseewhatToKillaMockingbirdhastodowiththeclubsobjectives.Amotionwasmadefor$250inwhich $125couldbeusedforExecutiveActionandtheother$125forany movieoftheirchoice.$250passedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6October12,1983 VTelephone-Rec$15Postage-Rec$10Officesupplies-Rec$56basedoneightevents$87passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesBottomlineof$502.00ACCOUNTINGSOCIETYAngelaCrucitti-PresidentRobertPagano -TreasurerIIEvent A-Rec$150forsixspeakers.Theclubsrequestforfifteenspeakerswasinexcess.PaulAtkinsonmotionedfor$310sincewehave a goodaccountingdepartment.Studentsneedtoknowwhatprofessionalsaredoingandtogivethemdirection.MikeDeLarmfeltthatfifteenwastoomuchandthattheyallcouldnotbeeffectiveadvertised.AngelaCrucfttisaidthattheclubhas acommitteeofabouttenpeopletoadvertise.anddidnotseeitas aproblem.JanetBurkesaidthatitwasimportanttohearspeakersfromallaspectsofaccounting.$310failedbyavoteof8y,11n,1a.Therewasamotionfor$170 anditpassed.Event B-Rec$30forphamph1ets -passedEvent C-Rec$0becauseBudgetCouncilfeltthatabulletinboardwasnotnecessary.Therearemanyotherpossibilitiestomakeasign.$0passedbyavoteof18y,4n,2a VTelephone-Rec$15Postage-Rec$5OfficeSupplies-Rec$32 $52passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesBottomlineof$270RHETORICACLUBAileenGoldberg-PresidentMarkElias-TreasurerIIEvent C-Rec$50fortwospeakers$50passedEvent 0Theclubwouldliketohave alumnispeakerscomebacktoOswegototalktothestudents.$100passedIIIBudgetCouncilrecommended$0forfilmssincetheywereveryuncertainofwhatfilmstogetatthetime.EricHoeg1ermotionedfor$125 sotheycandowhateverytheyRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 7October12,1983 wantwithit.$0failedbyavoteof8y,13n.Therewasamotionfor$125tobeusedforKramervs.Kramer anditpassedbyavoteof16y,5n,1a.VTelephone$10Postage-$3Officesupplies$44Generaloperatingexpensespassedat$57. Bottomlineof$332.SOCIETYOFWOMENMANAGERSCarolynDo1ci -TreasurerIIEvent A-$5passedforapplicationsEvent B$50passedEvent C$40passedforapaneldiscussionEvent D$20passedIIIFreefilmVTelephone$10Postage$30Officesupplies$38forfiveevents$78passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesBottomlineof$193OSWEGOWILDLIFESOCIETYPresidentoftheSenateRobertScarce110-PresidentPatriciaFloyd -TreasurerIIEvent A-Rec$200fortwooutsidespeakersandfourSyracuseareaspeakers.DonCorbettmotionedfor$210toincludeonelocalspeaker.$210passedEvent B$480passedfortripEvent C-Requested$147forthedevelopingoffilmusedontrips.$147passedforthestipulationthatthepicturesarekeptyearafteryearandthatallmembersareabletoseethem.Event D-Rec$0becauseitisnotintherealmofSAtoprovidemembershipdues.Club duesshouldbeusedtobuyjournals.SueMillermotionedfor$43.50forvideocassettes.MikePerrinsaidtheywouldbeusefulbecausetheshowscanbeshowntofuturemembers.Theeventwasthendividedintotwoparts-thevideo'sandtheperiod-icals.$0passedforbothparts.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 8October 12, 1983IIIReq15filmsat$318.50.BudgetCouncilrecommendedfivefilms/semester.Thisisenoughtomaintaininterestintheclub.Theymaygetanytenfilmstheywish.$215passedbyavoteof16y,2nVTelephone-$25recPostage$35recOfficeSupplies$104recRobScArce110saidthattheyneededatleast$50forthetelephone.Motionwasthen$195forgeneralofficesuppliesanditpassedBottom 1ineof$1,247WEIGHTTRAINING & FITNESSCharlesGiordino-PresidentSandraEly -TreasurerIIEvent A-Rec$951.50becausetherewasalackandnecessityoftheseitems.$951.50passedEvent BRecommendedthe40and50pound dumbe11s andnotthe4951bolympicset.Theclubshouldgraduallybuildthemselves.Recommended $97.CharlesGiordinosaidthattheyneedthe4951bweightbecauseoftheamountofmembers.LouTaravellaalsofeltthattherewasalackofweightsandmotionedfor$522.72.$522.72passedbyavoteof15y, 6n, Oa.EventC-Rec$15forafirstaidkit-passedBottomlineof$1,489.22PHILOSOPHYCLUBDebbie Van Sise-PresidentMikeSanft-TreasurerIIEventA-Requested1localspeaker,1Syracusearea,and 4outsidespeakers.$235passedIIIFilms -$65passedVTelephone-$15recPostage-$5recOfficeSupplies$44basedon seven eventsBottomlineof$364passedPEACEANDJUSTICEFORUMCarlaPaykin-PresidentNaraSkolnick-TreasurerRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 9October12,1983IIRequested$275forninespeakers,EventsA-I.Rec$250foreightspeakers-passedEventsJ-U-publicationsshouldbeonreserveforallstudents.Rec$76forJ.K,Mplusfourmorepublicationsoftheirchoice.MarkTaylermotionedfor$0andsaidthatwecouldnotfund themforpublicationsifwedidnotfundtheOWLS.Beth Backussaidthattheclubneedstoaddresscurrentissuesandtheyarenecessary.$0failed.DonAmmannmotionedfor$76 anditpassedIIIRec$896.40for9films/semester-passedVTelephone-rec$50Postage$69includesletterwritingcampaign andfilmpostageOfficesupplies$164basedon numberofevents$283passedforgeneraloperatingexpensesTherewasastipulationthattheclubuse heavyadvertisingonfilms.Meetingadjournedat12:20.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession13th feeting October19.1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSue 6.SASUDelegateReport7.FinancialReportsLegal AidsSEEP8.SupremeCourtReportJohn Elleman9.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudent Services ElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator10.OldBusinessBill27PresidentoftheSenate11.NewBusinessBill3512.AnnouncementsKenSteele Mark TaylerSue Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thlegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober19,1983MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04.RollcallwastakenandPattyTowerwasabsent.Miguel Montes andGabrielMontes wereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill31and32onspecialorderssothattheprogram fund cangetunderway.Bill33and34onspecialordersbecauseofthetimeelement.TherewasamotiontorescindBill28anditpassedbyavoteof23y,5n.Bill27wastakenoffthetable.MarkTayler'snamewasaddedtosponsorshipofBill28.TheminuteswereapprovedwithSueMillerchangedtoSue SmithonPage 5oftheminutesandalso$12,000changedto$10,000.DonAmmannwasaddedaftertherollcallvoteasbeingpresentatthemeetingbutnotduringtherollcallvote.Dr.ButtonwasalsoaddedsayingthatheurgedthesenatetogivetheFA totheSenatea seat.EXECUTIVEREPORTSueWrayAll formsareinforvoterregistration.About2,500weresentout.Allindexcardsneedtobesortedandthestudentsneedtobecalledtoberemindedtovote.FINANCIALREPORTSKaren McCarthy -RegardingthepolicyofstudentrefundsfortheirSAfee-Studentteachersreceivearefund.Peoplewhostudyabroadarebilled$lOforhavingtheOswegoniansentandthehighcostofofficefees.Karenthoughtitwasridiculoustochargethem.Thesenatevotedtodoawaywiththisfee.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2October19.1983 MindyWeinstein-DirectorandTreasurerofRape Crisis CenterinthebasementofJohnsonHall.They have averylow membershiprightnow. Helptoeducatethecampus and communityaboutrape.TrainingsessionswillbegininNovember. TheyareseparatefromtheWomen'sCenter.HotlineNumberif341-3000.AliceLewis -DirectorofWVSO-LeeHall.They have12workersand 6substitutes..Recreationisalsoforthefacultyand community.Dormscomeinand havedifferenttournaments.IDisneededtorentequipment.Openabout3hourspernightforthepool andgym.Facilitiesmaybereserved.WVSOWomen'sVarsitySportsOrganizationRecordforsportsaregoodhereatOswego.October20ththerewillbe apulloutintheOswegonian whichwillshowwhoisrunningintheelections.Needthesenatorshelp.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules -NoformalreportFinance-NoformalreportStudentServices-Newparkinglotwheretheplaygroundusedtobewillbeforstudents.-workingonlights-workingtogetthedropfileupstairsintheUnion -Workingonchangingthelibraryhours-AttendancewasbadElections-Thereareonlythreepeopleonelectionscommittee-ElectionsintheUnionMondayfrom 9-7.-ThethreelatepetitionswereacceptedbythecommitteeAlan Roggenaskedifanybodyonelectionscommitteewasrunningforasenateseat.DaveMcNallysaidyesandalsosaidhehopedtherewouldbenoconflictofinterest.CommunityRelations-NoformalreportRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phoge1315\341.3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3October19,1983OffCampusCommittee LookingintoWOCRgoingFMPPBDirector-noformalreportFacultyAssemblySenator-noformalreportSUNYAffairs-NoformalreportDanClark-GratefulDead bus willberunningtohelpkeep OWl down.-WaitingforOCTconstitutiontobeapprovedSinceSueCastrignocouldnotmakethemeetingsheaskedSueWraytogivethefollowingmessage.SueCastrignosaidthatBill28wasbeingrescindedbecausethesenatorsweregettingpressurefromstudentsotherthanthoseinUMO.Ifthestudentbody hastakenaninterest,maybeweshouldtakealookatitagain.Bill28-ChrisWilliamsexplainedthatUMOhas beengettingalotoffeedback.HewasconfidentthattheSenatewillhave an openmind.UMOhas made compromises t"o cutthebudget.GoingtoLongIslandwascutoutfortheChamberSingers.Mosttoursarenowintheimmediateorsurroundingareas.RulesofSAhadtobequestionedsincetheneedsandmajorityofstudentsfeltthatUMOshouldbefunded.Jennifer saidthatthereissupportforUMOtotour.Thefacultyalsosupportsthem.ItistimetheSenatechanged.John BondiexplainedthathehasspokenwithmanystudentsandtheywanttheirmoneyspentforUMO.LouTaravellasaidthatifthesenatorsdidtheirhomeworktheywouldknowthatthestudentswantUMO.Over70peopleinSenecaatthedormcouncilmeetingandnotonevotedagainstfundingUMO.DonCorbettfeltthattravellingwasfundamental.They needdifferentaudiencesandconditions.MarkTaylerfeltthatweneedUMObecauseitshowsthatOswego hasotherthingstoofferbesidesclasses.SueWrayremindedthesenatetoonlybringinnewissuesandnottoreiterate.Dr.BartelsaidthathesupportedUMO.Alan Roggensaidtheyshouldbefundedtobenefitthecollegereputationandorganizationquality.MikeDeLarmmovedthequestionbutthevotetoceasedebatefailedbyavoteof19y,11n.Michael Nemecek addedthathedidnotchangehispositiononthebillbutifthestudentbodywasbehindithewouldchangehisvotethisweek.Itwasdiscussedathisdormcouncilandapproximately60peoplewereinfavorofUMO.Karen McCarthy had ahardtimewithwhatwasdecidedlastweek. Allthatwasdiscussedwasabsolutes.UMOandthesenatecancometoa goodcompromise.UMOhas trimmedtheirbudgetverymuch. Theywillusefundraisingfordistanttours.TherewasaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4October19,1983generalconcensusthattheyweregoingtoofaraway.Nowtheyarestayinginthelocalarea.Theyarenowinourscope.PaulAtkinsonsaidthatjustbecausewehave abudgetsurplusdoesnotmeananything.Itispolicythatbudgetsdonotgetdone now.UMOhas anexternalconcentrate.Ifthisbillpassed,hehopedthatothergroupscameinfrontofthesenateforfunding.DaveLourisaidthatUMOcametothesenatebecauseitwastimeforachange.EricRittersaidthatlastSpringtheSenatemadeabigmistake.ItfailedontheconceptofUMO.Don'tknowifthiswastherighttimetorectifybecausewemayhavetroubledowntheline.SAwilllosealotofrespect.UMOneedsthemoneythough,anditisauniquecircumstance.Dr.Buttonwishedthathehad avotefromthefaculty,buthehasnottalkedtoanyonewhowouldnotsupportUMObill.Createsapositiveimagefortheinstitution.Wouldhavevotedyeslastweek,thisweek, andalsotocease debAte before.Beth BackusfeltthatthesenatedidnotmakeamistakeintheSpring.Itisanewbillwhichisbeforeus.Itwasanunrealisticbillbeforenow.ItwastheorganizationofUMOwhich had abigpartinthechange.Urgedalltovoteyes.Dr.Smithwhoisa memberoftheCollegePriorityCommittee whichgathersdataonprogramsandorganizationsofourinstitution.Music programisoutstanding.UMOisdeservingofourrespect.Itisnotadangerousprecedentwhichwillbeset,itwillbeamaturingmove. Urgedalltopassthebill.WalterBowlerexplainedthatthesenatewould lnot besettingaprecedent.Thesenatewillstillbeabletoabidebytherulesoftheconstitutionyoupromisedtolove,holdandprotect.A roll callvotewastakenandBill28passedbyavoteof29y,2n,laoJohn Bondi Miguel MontesLouTaravellaMichaelNemecek PaulAtkinsonKenSteeleDaveMcNallyJulioGraciaRicVanDonsel MichaelPerrinBeth Backus Beth Kueker MikeDeLarmDonAmmannDonCorbettTonyNaselliEricHoegler y y y ynayyyy y ynyy yRoom205HewittUnionyJenniferWichcerErnieSzaboMarkTaylerAlan RogganGabrielMontesDave Hills DiedreMalecki Judy Powers Maureen McDonaldJulieCiviokKarenSherbergerPattyTower SueSmithJoanneVitaloneAlyssa Hicoli Mike MarchandOswego,NewYork13126y y y y y yyyy y y y y y yPhOne f3l5) 34]-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5October19,1983 Michael Nemecekmotionedtotakethe$11,050outofthesurplusaccountandleavethecontingencyaccountasis.Themotionpassed.Michael Nemecekvotedyesbecausehewasrepresentinghisconstituantsandifitwasleftuptohim,hewould havevotednobecauseoftheprinciples.Bill31-PassedRules andFinanceCommittees.Beth Backussaidthatthisbillistopassalloftherecommendationsthathesenatemadeandthattheymustbepassedas awhole.Passedbyavoteof28y,2n,Oa.Bill32-PassedRules andFinanceCommittees.Beth BackusexplainedthattheContingencyProgramFundAccount mustbesetupforunforeseencircumstances.Passedbyavoteof30y,on,Oa.Bill33-PassedFinancebyavoteof5y,1n,1a.PassedinRulesCommittee.MikeNemeceksaidthatthedemonstrationatSampsonStatePark wouldbeopentoanybody.Manystudentshave showed aninterestingoing.Itwouldbeeducational.MikePerrinfeltthatitwould showthatSAsupportsactivitiesofthestudents.KenSteelesaidthathelivesaroundRomulus and has geen what goeson.Ifwesendstudentsthere,therewillbemanyproblemsandarrests.Hedoesnotwanttoseeanystudentsarrested.WascompletelyagainstsendinganyOswegostudentintothistypeofsituation.MikeDeLarmlikedthebillbecausehefeltweshouldgetactiveinworldissues.Karen McCarthysuggestedthateachstudentsignsawaiverformincaseanythingeverhappened.KarenSherbergersaidthatwearegivingstudentstheoptionofgoingornot.Wearenotforcingthem.Wecannotjudgewhatwillorwillnothappen.MikeJoneswasfullysupportiveofthebill.Thereisapotentialforbodilyharm andpropertydamage andthestudentsshouldsignawaiver.Itisalsoa goodideatogoontheirownratherthanabus.Beth Backusmentionedthatafewbusesrefusedtogo.AstipulationwasaddedthatanyoneinterestedingoingmustsignupwithCarlaPaykinintheHewittUnion.ThiswaythePeace andJusticeForumwillnotgetpriorityoverotherstudents. Mark Taylerurgedthestudentstofindtransportationforthemselves.Bill33passedbyavoteof20y,9n,3a.Asecondstipulationwasaddedthatifwereareliablefordamages,thebillwillfail,andifwearenotliablefordamagesthebillwillthenpass.Athirdstipulationwasaddedsayingthatallpeoplesignedupmustsignawaiverforany damagesincurred.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315\341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6October19,1983Bill34-PassedRules.InFinanceAlan Roggensaidthattherewerealreadysixpeoplesignedup,andifmorepeopleknewaboutit,theyalsowould wanttogo.PassedinFinancebyavoteofl8y,l3n,laoMichael Nemeceksaidthathehadattendedseveralconferencesandtheyareauniquelearningexperiencewhichbuildsstatewidecommunication.Alan Roggen addedthestipulationthatifmorepeopleareinterestedingoing,thenwecheckintogettingavan.MarkTaylersaidthatwesupportSASUenoughwith$21,000,andcouldnotseewhywehavetopay aregistrationfee.Bill34passedbyavoteof26y,2n,3a.Bill27-tabledKenSteelesaidthatastudentsuggestedtohimthatmoney fromthesurplusaccountbeusedtosaveSheldon.Wemustusethemoneyinawaywhich wouldhelpthewhole Oswego community.louTaravellasaidthatastudentsuggestedtohimthatthemoneybeusedtobuildastairwayfromthecliffstothelakeandberemovedduringthewinter.Themeetingwasadjournedat8:20.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober26,1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSue Wray6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator7.OldBusinessBill35PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phgne f3J 5)341Ql

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession14th t"eeting October26,1983 t1i nutesPresidentoftheSenateThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:02.RollcallwastakenandErnieSzabo andJulieCiviokwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithSASUDelegateRepresentativeaddedafterExecutiveReportsand AnnouncementsaddedafterNewBusiness.TheminuteswereapprovedwithDr.ButtonsayingthatheurgedthesenatetoconsidergivingtheFacultyAssemblyrepresentativetotheSenateavotingseat.AntonetteDrnek andGeoffWeiss were sworninassenatorsforFunnelleHall.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrignoCommendedthesenateonthe UMO issue.Suestillfeltthatthestudentfeeshouldnotgotofunding Ur'iQ -0avid Ro,N'f; teinand t..; ikePerrinwereappointedtotheAlcoholBeverageCommittee.-Voterregistrationisdone anditwasverysuccessful.Thankedallfortheirhardwork.-TheBoardofElectionsshouldnotifystudentsofvotingatleast10dayspriortotheelections. We mustmakesurethatpeoplegettothepolls.-TheZoningBoardisknockingonoffcampusstudents'doorsaskingthemhowmanypeoplearelivinginthehouse.Studentsneednotanswerthemunlesstheyhaveawarrant.-TheSASUconferencewasverysuccessful.-Whileattheconferencethisweekend SuetalkedtoSASU'sthreeofficersaboutOswego'sroleinSASU.Sheaskedthemiftheyfelttheyhavefulfilledtheirpart.TheyadmittedthatOswego hadnotgottentheirshareandsaidthattherewouldbeaslowandprogressivechangeinordertocorrectit.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2October26,1983conference,ItisCuomospackageissueandwe-Attheboardmeetingattheendofthe thedrinkingageof21wasdiscussed.toppriority.SASUhasputtogetheraregardingthistopic.Itisaseriousshouldfightinopposition.-AttheAuxiliaryServicesmeetingitwasannouncedthattheyhave asurplusof$172,000.Needfeedbackfromthestudentsastowhereitshouldbeinvested.-RegardingDr.ButtonaskingthesenatetogivetheFacultyAssemblyrepresentativeavotingseat,Suewasopposedtoitsayingthatthisisthestudentssenate.Thereisnothinginthesenatewhichdirectlyeffectsthefaculty.-Commended Sue Wray forpickingupallofthelooseends while shewasgonelastweek.-AppointedDebbieVanSiseastheAssistanttothePresidentSue WrayVoterregistrationwasuselessunlessstep2 and 3aretakenwhicharevotereducationandgettingthepeopleouttovote.Indexcardsneedtobealphabetized.-LearnedagreatdealattheSASUconferencethisweekend.The BoardofTrusteeshaveaskedfornotuitionincreaseordormincreaseandareaskingtoputback 1600positions.-ShariCooperwhoworksfor Dave NelliswillbedoingpublicrelationsworkfortheStudentAssociation.Thepressreleaseswillbesenttoorganizationsandlocalcommunity andwillhavetheeventsgoingoninStudentAssociation.-Aletterwritingcampaignwillbeheldforanattempttokillthebillregardingthe21drinkingagebeforeitgetsoutofcommittee.SASUDelegateMike NemecektoldaboutthevariousworkshopsheldattheconferenceincludingWhystudentsshouldorganize,otherStudentAssociations,runningissuecampaigns,negotiating,accessandquality(SASUwillbecomingoutwithanaccessstudy),College Communityrelations,gay andlesbianissues,Solomon Amendment anddraft,minoritygroupsandculturalawareness,21yearolddrinkingage,commoncampusRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3October26,1983issues,universitygovernments,NewYorkStatepoliticalprocess,offcampushousing.Alsodiscussedweretheslidingscaletuitionproposal,upperandlowertuitiondifferential.FinancialreportKaren McCarthysaidthatthelawyerandinsurancecompany werespokentoregardingthetriptoRomulus.Theinsurancecompanysaidthatwehavesecondarycoverage.Thelawyersaidthatthereshouldbenoproblemanddraftedawaiverforstudentstosignwhich does notholdStudentAssociationliableforany damagesincurred.Legal Aids -LindaBeagan andSteveGoldbergexplainedthattheyworkoutoftheStudentAssociationoffice.Officehoursare MW -12-4:30,Tues 2-4,Thurs11-1,andFri12-2.ThelawyerisavailableonTues7-8:30andFri12:30-2.Linda andStevecannotgiveadvice,onlyresearchtheproblem,readthemthelaw,andreferthemtoalawyerifnecessary.Therehave beenmanylandlordtenantproblemsaswellasdisorderlyconductcomplaints.Inthefuture,theywouldliketomakepeoplemore awareoftheofficewithpostersand adsintheOswegonian.SEEPScottClarkthedirectorspokeaboutSEEPandsaidthatitstartedas awaytoreducethenumberofattackson campus.Twoescortswillmeetthepersonandtakethemtotheirdestination.Phone numberis2105 andtheyoperateoutofthebasementofCooper.WorkSunday -Thursdayfrom9-1.SupremeCourtJohn EllemanspokeofthecaseRogganVSDave t1cNally, ChairofElectionsCommittee.Elect.Camm.wasinviolat-ionofBill3ofthe17thLegislativeSessionbyhavingfliersofcandidateswithin100feetofthevotingtable.Thisdecisionwarrantedare-electionofoffcampussenators.-TwoSupremeCourtJusticesarestillneeded. corm ITTE EREPORTSRules-Noformalreport.NeededsuggestionsastowhetherornotPathfindershouldhave avotingseatinthesenate.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4October26,1983LouTaravellaexplainedthattheproblemseemstoliewiththefeelingthatthereareon1y24peopleanditwouldbeaspecialinterestseat.Theyarestudentsnotgettingrepresented.Speakingseatmeansnothingifyoucannotvote.Beth Backusaskedhowmanytimesthespeakingseatwasusedinthelastyearand SueCastrignorepliedsayingonlyaboutthreetimes.MarkTaylersaidthatheonlyseesPathfinderresidentswhentheygettheirmail.Theyarearchitecturallyseparated.Theydeservetheirownvotingseat.TheDirectorofHousingconsidersthem aseparatelivingfacility.Alan Roggensaidthatitwas atouchyissue.Thestudentspaytheir buthavenorepresentation.Iftheygetaseattheywillbeoverrepresented.Theychoosetolivethere.Theyareaspecialinterestgroupandshouldnotgetaseat.Iftheydogetavotingseat,thenweshouldincreasethenumberinthesenatebody.LouTaravellaaskedhowmanypeoplelivedinMakin Complex.Juliosaidtherewere340.Sinceitissupposedtobe onesenatorforevery200students,Loufeltthat Makin wasoverrepresented.SueCastrignosaidthatBill3couldbechanged.MikePerrinsaidthatthestudentsofPathfinderwereunrepresented.ThereisaproblemwiththeSenecasenators.TheyshouldarrangetohavePathfinderattheirdormcouncilmeetings.SupportedtherationalofBill3.DonAmmannmade amotiontoceasedebatebecausehefeltthisdiscussionwaspremature. We shouldwaituntilabillcomestothefloor.Debatewas ceased.by avoteof20y,7n,CaFinance No report.StudentServicesDropfileswillbemovedupstairsintheUnion andwillbeplacedsomewherenearthephonebooths.-Lookingintogettingthelibraryhourschanged.ElectionsCayuga -JenniferWichserJohn BondiSeneca-DiedreMalecki Mark TaylerJohnson-SueSmithFunne11e -NocandidatesOffcampus -invalidatedOnondaga -invalidated-Dave McNallyexplainedthatheneedsmorehelponthecommittee.Heneedednewdatesfortheelectionsandaskedifpetitionsshouldbe handedinagain.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5October26,1983 Alan Roggansaidthattheelectionsshouldnotbehelduntilthereisan adintheOswegonian.DonAmmannsaidthattheyshouldbeheldassoonaspossibleandsuggestedTuesday,October25,1983.SueCastrignoalsofeltthatshouldbeheldassoonaspossiblebecausepeoplearerestlessand wanttoknowiftheyaresenators.Thereareboundtobeproblemswithonlythreepeople on theelectioncommittee.BethBackusmotionedtorunthe onMonday,October24withthesamecandidates.Mondaypassed.SUNYAffairs-NoformalreportCommunityRelations-NoformalreportOffCampus Committee LookingintohavingWOCRgoFM.Willmeetwiththeirstaffthisweektodiscussit.PPBDirector-NoformalreportFacultyAssemblySenator-NoformalreportOCT-DanClarksaidthatOCT'sconstitutionhas beenapprovedandisnowSArecognized.Needs aparttimestafftohelpoutwiththeholidayrush.Bill27-FailedRulesunanimouslybecausetheyfeltthatabudgetshouldnotbereopenedinthemiddleoftheyear.FailedinFinancebyavoteof2y,3n.Duringbudgetsitwasstatedthatthiswouldnotbeafundedposition.Dr. JohnSpringssaidthattheMIAbudgethasnarrowedinthelastfewyears. Many thingshavebeencutout.It is ajobwhichshouldbepaid.Ifyouaretoputastudentintheposition,heneedsincentive.Lastyearthetreasurerwasfiredbecausehewasburntoutafterawhile.Alan Roggenaskedhowmanyotherorganizationtreasurerswerepaid.Karen McCarthysaidaround10-15.PaulAtkinsonsaidthatthesenateshouldusetheirdiscretionandadheretoru1es.Thisisnotthetimeforthismattertobebroughup.LouTaravellafeltthatthe6creditsthetreasurergetsisenoughincentive. Mark Taylermovedthequestionanddebateceasedbyavoteof20y,9n,lao 8ill 27failedbyavoteof4y,22n,4a.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6October26,1983ANN0UNCE ENTSKenSteelespokeofthesurplus.HespoketoJoeGrant-DirectorofAdmissionsanddiscussedtheprojectofSheldon.RightnowSheldonwillbeleasedout.JoesuggestedputtingitintoascholarshipfundentitledSAscholarshipfund.MarkTayler-Therewasanenrollmentof381,768students .in SUNYthisyear.Thatisanincreaseof5017 andisrecordbreaking.Alan Roggansaidthatmoneyshouldnotbeplacedintoastateownedbuildingbecauseitwouldplacealotofresponsibilityon usinthefuture.SueCastrignoisopposedtoanyStatecapitalinvestmentconcerningthesurplus.Needtosetupacommitteeinthesenatetoworkonwherethesurplusmoneyshouldgo.OnOctober31orNovember 1intheHewittUnion Formal Loungetherewillbemayordebates.Itwillbeshownon WTOP and Group W. Dr.ButtonaskedthatanyonewithsuggestionsfortheAuxiliaryServicesurpluscometoseehimin214Poucher.Meetingadjournedat8:35.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession15thMeetingNovember2,1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWrayJimTierney6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator7.NewBusinessResolution88.AnnouncementsPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315).341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession15thMeetingNovember2,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandDonAmmannwasabsent.DiedreMaleckiandJoanneVitalonewereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill37andBill38onspecialorders.Mike DeLarm wasaddedasasponsoronBill35.TheminuteswereapprovedwithDavidRolsteinchangedtoDavid Rot hstein.Under SupremeC0urt,IIDave was inviolation0fBi113IIwaschangedtoliElectionsCommitteewasinviolationofBill3.JohnEllemansworeinthenewsenators.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrignoThesenatemovedintoexecutivesession.Therewas amotiontohave alawyercomeinonThursday,October27,19B3totalkabouttheoffcampusstudentsthathaveheardthattheirvoterregistrationformswerereceivedlateandnowcannotvote.Thesenatewholeheartedlysupportedthemotion.-Congratulatedthenewsenators.TherearenowtensenatorsinthesenatethatareGreeks.Sue hopedthatifanissuecameupregardingGSA,etc.thattheywould look atthebillasasenator.-Wemustgetstudentsouttovote.-Sueand Sue wouldnowliketomoveintoothertoppriorityissues.Mr.WassenaarremindedthesenatorsthattheywereinvitedtoShadyShoreonThursday,November 3forwine andcheesewithDr.Radley.Thetimeis4:30-5:30.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateNovember2,1983 Page 2 SueWray-Congratulatedthenewsenators.-Votereducation-timesheetineachchairpersonsmailbox.Makesureabsenteeballotsgoin.-Needhelpdistributingcalendars.Needsuggestionsforoffcampusdistribution.-FacultyAssembly-Dr.RadleyspokeandsaidthatOswegowillmaintainthequalityandnotquantityoftheschool.Thirtypercentofthestudentsoncampusareminorities.Thereare80%maleteachersand20%femaleteachers.-Regardingthe21yearolddrinkingage.-Each dormcouncilsaredraftingandpassingaroundresolutions.-Chesborodoesnotsupportthe21yearolddrinkingage.LouTaravella-Surplusreport.CommitteewillmeetMondaysat5:00inroom 217oftheHewittUnion.Thisweektheydiscussedtheirobjectivesandthedangerof usihg allofthemoneyinoneyear.Financialreport-AppointedPeteDevineand MikeMarino-thesenateapprovedthem.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Therewillbe alistofobligationsinthenewsenatorsmailboxes.-SworeinBillQuirk.Finance-NoformalreportStuden tServices-L00kingint0c hanginglibraryhours. -Took awalkwithDr.Wassenaarto check outthelightsthatwerenotworkingbythelibrary.Theyarenowworking.-TheIndustrialArtsstudentswillbeginworkingonabinforcansinabouttwoweeks.-Workingtorevisequestionsforstudent-facultyevaluation.-DropfilesarebeingmovedupstairsintheUnion.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30intheUnion.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3 November2,1983Elections-Fallelectionsfor1983arecompleted.WillstartplanningfortheSpring.SUNYAffairs-NoformalreportCommunityRelationsWorkingonSANewsletter.-Workingtobringthehighschoolstudentstoworkwiththesenate.-Need morepeopletojointhecommittee.OffCampusCommittee-Meetingsare4:0DonThursdaysinthetavern.-OffcampusstudentsmustalsogotoOffCampusCouncil.TheirmeetingsareThursdaysat5:30inroom 212oftheUnion.Canonlymissfourmeetings.PPBDirector-NoformalreportFacultyAssemblySenator-TalkedtoDr.VanSchaakaboutinternshipprog ramS-Hesaid tR atstuden tswillbegra de dH,S,Uaccordingtothecatalogwhichisacontract.A,B,C,0,Ewillbeusedonlyifthestudentwastoldbytheinstructoratthebeginningoftheyear.JanetBurke-Savethetopsofcans.Foreveryone,a boywillhave onefreeminuteonadialysismachine.JohnFitzpatrickandDiedreMaleckiwereswornin.OLDBUSINESSBill35-PassedFinanceCommitteeunanimously.Mike Nemecek feltthatreopeningthepostageaccountandaddingmoneyinthefallwasnota goodidea.LouTaravellasaidthat LOCO was comingbeforetheSenatebecauseofexpensesnotforseen.Theydidnotknowtherewasgoingtobe agreatdemandfortheirmailinglist.Mike Nemecek pointedoutthat$128 wasthedifferencethattheydidnotgetatbudgettimeintheSpring.MarkTaylermovedthequestion.Bill35passedRulesCommitteebyavoteof23y,5n,Oa. Mike DeLarmsaidthatoneofLOCO's mainfunctionswastosendoutanupdatedlistofhousingavailableeverytwoweeks.Thereisonly$90leftintheaccountforChristmas.andnextsemestermailing.MarkTaylermovedthe butthemotiontoceasedebatefailedbyavoteof12y,19n.Hesaidthatoffcampussenatorshave anobligatibntosupportthebill.PeoplearenotheretoseeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPage 4 November2,1983PresidentoftheSenatewhathousingisavailable.JudyPowerssaidthatifwedon'tgiveLOCOthemoneytheywillbeforcedtobeselectiveastowhowillgetthelistandwhowillnot.LOCOdidnotforseethisproblem.Maureen McDonaldsaidthatLOCOisabigservicetoonandoffcampusstudents.Atbudgetstheydidnotknowhowmanypeoplewouldneedlists.Cannotdenytheservice.LouTaravellamovedthequestionbutthemotiontoceasedebatefailedbyavoteof18y,7n,4a.Hefeltthatthemajorpointshad beenbroughtout.PattiTowersaidthatitisveryhardtofindhousing.Wecannotbeselective.Dave McNallyfelt theallocationof$300inthefallwastoolowsincetheyhadalreadyspent$290atthattime.BethBackussaidthatitwasnecessarytocontinuethemailinglist.Whenbudgeted$300theydidnothavealloftheselittlet:hingst0do.SuggestedthatLaC0c0mepreparedt0budgetsnextspringwiththingsthattheyplantodothroughouttheyear.Bill passedbyavoteof31y, on, OaBill36 -PassedinRulesCommittee.Bill36passedbyavoteof31y,On, Oa.Bill37-RulesCommitteeMikePerrinaskedwhythesafewasnotaskedforatbudgettime.JanetBurkesaidthattheydidbuttheywereturneddown.BethBackussaidthattheyaskedforitbutweretoldtocome backtothesenateandgothroughthefixedassetsaccount.PassedRulesbyavoteof29y,ln,laoFinanceCommittee-KenSteeleaskediftheyshoppedforthecheapestand Karen McCarthy Said yes.JanetBurkesaidthattherewould beabout$270inthesafe.Saidthatitwasdangerousrunningupanddownfrom CheckCashingwiththisamountofmoney. TheCornerStoremaynowbeabletostayopen when CheckCashingiSn't.Mike Jones feltthatitwas averypracticalmovefortheamountofmoneycarried.PassedFinance.Bill37passedbyavoteof30y,On, Oa.Therewas areminderthatthesenatorshave moreobligationsthantojustshowupatthesenatemeetings.Checkyourmailboxesabouttwicea week.Contactcommitteechairsifyouwanttojoinacommittee.MichaelNemeceksaidthatitisrudetomovethequestionwhenithasnotevenbeencalled.Itcutsoffspeakers.Meetingadjournedat8:30. &tlrW,I../ SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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MCKEON,COMMISSIONERS OF THEMEWYORKSTATE BOARDOP ELECTIONS, Defendant -t... , ISuzanneby brouqht.been having application"n..i' Ii! [,SUZANNE CASTRIGNO, incUv1dually and as I ':Pr... ldent,of, theStudent'Assoclation,of:" the Unfversi;t-y,Artsand .G.wego, P MICHAEL j LORIPERRAULT.",_IL -. '...... J'UI;IO-GRAC'iA-,MAR';IN'.no,c..,>.;.,on behalf'of:\tternselv:e-s,aiu}al).Qth"er ---,personssimi1arly situated, Plaint.lfffl,-agalnst-,ROBERT H . CHETTNEYandJAMES O'SULLIVAN, OF COUNTYBOARO I OF ELECTIONS, RET'l'ALIA'rAAlmWILLIAMH.MCKEON, OF THE NIDiYORT-S.TATEI;',',BoARD OF, ,'.... .. .. ..-. ,Castriqno,Robert E. Chettney, et aI, byOrdertoShow Causesignedby the UonorableRoger J. Miner on the 31st day ofOctober, 1983 andtheaffidavit.of RonaldB.,Sinzhe1mer, Esq.sworntot.he 28thdey ofOctober,1983, andi; itheaffidavitsof Suzanne Ca.triqno, Peter D.Devine, Lorii iPerrault,Julio Cracta, MichaelJ. ScottPosner,IICharletteDrnek,P.MichaelVottia,LindaHooall.wornto the; I27thdayotOctober, 1'83and the exhibitaannexedther&toin: support thereofend the dctE'ncantf'havinganaaubllll ttedtheaffidav1tof Robert H.Chettneyand Jalfte8: ",O'Sullivan,sworntothe2nddayofNovember,1983 in! I 'tl\eretoand t.hi. a.tt4tr,,ha'!inqbeen stipulatedtobyI conaent ofthe ..ow,ftBRErOltE,it 1.2 ,.. -..-

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thatthe-aotion tojoin the plaintiffa, ORDERED, andCoftheorderto show causeforthe' upcominggeneral CaatrigDo,etall and thedefendanta,Chettney,etalbe I.' I' )' I.!.i '1 FURTHERthat,. ... i . :.-:.' -. .... _. ... '-:-...-:_.-. .. -_:.. '. ,.' '. re9i-st.rth08e.-t\ide.nt. in A, .B .i. -. .,-.' .'. J ,I .-11.f' ..,. IIIiI!ij withdra"nandthatthia.atterbeIi'. -I.copaid.r&d,.. 'a.p.a.rate. ajlddieatinctac-tionw1th of ,.:tl: :'ia """;:"'"';':': .',.--... '-. . election on., Novembe.r8.,.. 1983 ...with theexceptionof those.' studentshaving received asotthis daterejection not1ces and 1tia"" i; tho.eatudent.havingaub.i ttedregiatratioDfor"s.i'i--'"T'ina.5vertently .ent.to, tt.\eCounty Board ofElections,andiIiPORTHERORDERED,thatthoa estudentsabove-referenced shallbe to vote on 8,19831ntheCountyofOaweqo,anditis! ilII I[r ,I \:Ii I' I: !' FURTHER ORDEltED, that the Os "ego County Board ofElect10naahall notify the above-reterencedatudenta inaccordance with S.ction5-210of theBlectionLaw orbypublicationinanevapaperofveneral circulation 1ntheCityof Oswegothat all atudentanothav1nqheard fro.the SOard ofElectionspursuantto registration applicationsaubmittedthis :; .' .. I! ji 'i it: yearahallbe allo".d to voteand further ac1viainqaa1d atudent.of the locationaof polling plac..1ntheCountyof O.weqo aaeatabliahed and publishedbytheState Board ofElection.,and it 1a FORlIfllKROaO& D,t.hattbe aeparateaetion .ballbeai action, and it.1a J

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,.. ;,' FURTHERORDBRED that the plaintiff. aerve acoaplaint -,.--l, .... .,....... -.... y!2kmP/JicHONORhBLENEAL P. MeCURNUNITEDDISTRICTJUDGE, ''-.-'1' DatedI-,'LGv c:? I 9O.. onthe vithin-20daysafterthe ofentryof : ,th,!."'oriferwiCi.vll-.Ac;tiOr'l'1;'-. IiIi .I .-:.....", i Ll .' LI;'f;:H",IIr-IIJ iL

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RONALDH.SINZHEIMERATTORNEYATLAW8ELKSTREET ALBANY. NEWYORK 12207 15181 434-4439 November' 3, '1983Ms .', 'Strident'Associatiol)..of State' "priiversity' of NewYork at Oswego .208 Hewitt 'UnionOswego,.NewYork13126DearSue:MEMBER:NEWYORK BAR OHIO BAR_., Inaccordance ourconversationof 2,1983,I .wotifd advisey.ou .Judge McCurn: "has.issuedanorder.compeliing theOsw'ego :County" Board' of'Elections.toaccepttheregistrationsofthestudentsdelineated in ExhibitsA,B,.and,Cannexedtoourmotionpaperswhichrepresentthe. ..lists. thatyougaveme..ThisorderdoesnotincludetheOctober8,1983mail-inregistrationformswhichweremistakenlyputinanenvelopetoOrangeCountyBoardofElectionsandreceivedbytheOswegoCountyBoardofElectionsaftertheOctober14,1983deadline.Italsodoesnotincludethosepersonswhohadreceivedrejectionformspriortothedateoftheorder.Inthosecases,theindividualstudentswillhavetoseekindividualremedies.Inaddition,theactionwassegregatedintoaseparateactionandgivenclassactionstatusby,theJudge. This means that youcanelecttoproceedforpermanentreliefatalaterdate.IbelievemostoftheconstitutionalissueswillbedealtwithinAuerbachv.Kinleysomostlikelyyourdecisionwillbetowaitandseewhatoccursinthatcase.Auerbachv.Kinley,however,willnotdealwiththeissueoftheOswegoCountyBoard'sfailuretosendoutacceptanceslipsnorwiththeBoard'sdiligenceinprocessingregistrationformsandIwouldsuggestthattheseissuesbepursued.Iwilldraftacomplaint,ascompelledbytheJudge'sorderandwillspeaktoyoulaterastohowyouwishtoproceed.Aninvoicewillfollowafterthedraftingofthecomplaint.

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IthasbeenapleasuretomeetyouOswegoandIwouldhopetoseeyou RHS/sas.: .c. Encls 0:: '..7 ... ''12studentsatre..:.. .,:'

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of St.t Court, Northern of MewYork in stat Po.totfiee Building, Broadway, Rew York..:l-I i III!I,Ii: t, i I _., . '-againatRAYHOND J. !'tINLEY and GEORCESChR,INGE,ii CommissionersoftheAlbanyCounty BoardH -:of fDOnALDarrTALIATl\and"HCKEOl1,COII'\missionerB .. oftheNew York. StateBoardofIi in thf:1r offlciel capacities, ,, DefE'ndants ...... .--.... .... _. .._--. _.**_.._-i -.' I;"' MC-__ ',f1,. UN1'1'D-'S'1'A-z'ES D'I:SnlCT'CCDR.'!' "'" ; .. :: !.NOnTHER1; DISTRICT :op,NEW"YORI(-..,.;', ** *1-..'..'.'. "'," ;\. _;:', ;;,-'OiGRBGOR!O,'-i'.ON-IC1'.,R.OSS1,J.1AnYSCARPONE, .' _".SCl-u.tr;IBEp.,SHARONi ",' -, "::'NEliMAN, .ROBERT cWEBERI. LOuis ESBIN,'AI.ANIFRUT1\Il;,o!" behalf cfall ot.herlarly.U:uated, ;,I P1aintiLts,H ORDER J.U'.R'iTle. PJTEi.,!'U'.RI1,f.andGLORIAA. O'CONl1F.r.L, on behalf of thelllflelves611otner persons&imilarly situatee, Plalnt,ifts, -againstJOHf; J. BOGAN and ED),YIN P. CALIAHAU, OF TEE ULSTERCOUNTYOf'ELEC':'IONS,OONUDRETTALIATAANPMCOOn,OFTHENEWYORItSTAnBOARD OF Defendants * CASTRIGNO, individually Andas ofthe Association of the CIVIL Me.r Stllte t"nivenaityof1'('\0.'Yc:-t,C.,llel:c.'cfArt":.tOflWf>OO,F.SO-CV-374VOT';'lF,Cl:.".RL!:';';'l..1::.;/-'J.t.I':,LINDA BOO, J. PETERP.JR.,secor:H(">tiC!"i.RP. JULIO C. TAPPE,JR., onbehalfof themselvesand all othereiml1erlysituated,Jt01\&RT11.CHrTTNEYand C' COMMISSIONER OF nEOSWBQOCOUH'l'Y BOARDOFELECTIOnS,D01UlLD RET'I'ALIATA AnD 1:1j! ii :. ,;1.:1 l;'II:jiIlIIj; IIIi __ i1

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenat19thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember 9 1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWray6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator7.OldBusinessResolution88.NewBusinessBill38Bill 39 Resolution9Resolution109.AnnouncementsPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenat19th Session16thMeetingNovember9,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandBethKucker andAllisonZanewereabsent.MiguelMontes,RicVanDonsel and TonyNaselliwereabsentwithaproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwithannouncementsaddedtotheend,and JimTierneyaddedunderSueWray'sreport.Dr.ButtonaskedtheSenatetohavehisnameputontherollcallandtheyagreedthatitwould befine.SueCastrignoalsofeltthatitwaso.k.butsaidthatthereareotherpeoplewhoalsoattendthemeetingsandtheirnamesarenotontherollcall.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththedropfileswere movedupstairstothedropfilesareintheprocessofbeingmovedupstairs.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrigno-StudentAssociationhaswonthelawsuitglvlngstudentstherighttovote.ThosestudentswhowereturneddownordidnothearfromtheBoardofElectionsnowhavetherighttovote.Thestudentswhoseregistrationformswerereceivedlatedonothavetherighttovote.TheirformsweremjstakinglysenttoOrangeCounty.Thestudentswhonowhavetherighttovote will benotifiedbymailornewspaper.Thecostofthelawyerisnotfinal butisexpectedtocostsomewherearound$1500 -$2000.Thereare650studentswhohavebeenregisteredtovoteinOswego.-TheDanceMarathonrecepientshavebeenpickedforthisyearandincludeRSVPwhowouldlikemoneyfortraveltoand fromtheirservices,YMCAwhowouldlikeastaircaseandliftforthepoolforthehandicapped,andDeltaKappa Kappatosecureanewhomebybuildinganewoneorrebuildingtheoldone.ThereisastipulationthatthehousemustremaininthenameofDeltaKappa Kappa.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2 November9,1983RSVPwillreceive$2500,YMCA$5000,andDeltaKappaKappa whateverisleftover.-SupremeCourtpositionsarestillopen. -Sue(Wray stayedupfortwonightsthisweekworkingonthepulloutfortheOswegonian.Sueaskedthesenatorstoasktheirse1veswhattheycouldhave donetohelpher.-EricRitterwasappointedAssistanttothePresidentsolelytoworkonteacherevaluations.SueWraySworeinAlan Roggan. -Askedthecommitteechairstokeepthetimesandplacesofthemeetingsconstantsothatpeopleknowwhentheyareheldandcanattend. pulloutsectionoftheOswegonian hasthemayoria1andsheriffonthefrontpage and whenopenedupisamapofthewardsandthepollingstations.-TheDemocraticcommitteehassaidthattheywouldtaketheindexcardsthatwerefilledoutforvoterregistrationandcallthestudents.Wewouldlikethemtocallusatabout6:00onelectiondaytotelluswhohasnotvoted,andthenwewillcallthemtogetthemtovote.-TalkedtoHenryEngleoftheAcademicPolicyCommitteeregardingtheinternshipgradingsystem.HesaidthatH,S,Uwillbeusedasstatedinthe Gradeletteringwillbeusedonlyifthestudenttalkedtotheprofessoranddecidedthatitwouldbe GSA,andOCCareintheprocessofdraftingaresolutionopposingthe21yearolddrinkingage.TheUnitedRestaurant,Hotel,and BarAssociationhaveprovideduswithpetitionstocirculate.TheyarelookingforonemillionsignaturesthroughoutNewYorkState.Aletterwritingcampaignwill soon.JimThayersaidthatheisworkingongettingmoney frombarsdowntowntobeusedforsuppliesforletterwritingcampaignetc.Heseesnoproblemraisingabout$1200sincethisislessthanwhatthebarswouldbeloosinginthefirstweekofschool theagegoesto21.JimTierney-SASUisastatewidestudentrightandadvocacyassociation.MakessurethattheaccessmentandqualityofStateUniversityispreserved,.thattuitionremainslow enoughsothatstudentsmayattend,andtoguardstudentrights(fromvotingtorightsinthecollegecommunity).SASUhasabout budget,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3 November9,1983 andcosts$3perstudentperyear.Itisrunbythreestudentofficers.Thereare17peopleontheBoardofDirectors,threeofwhicharefrom Oswego(MichaelNemecek,JanineFrainier,SueCastrigno).Thereisalotofworkfor todoahead.Since1975therehave been 4400staffpositionscut.Thatistheeliminationof7collegesthesizeofOswego.DemandforSUNYeducationisatanalltimehigh.GovernorCuomohasproposedabudgetwhichwas acatastropheforSUNYlastyear.Heseemstostillbegoinginthat direction. Heisthinkingaboutinitiatingtheslidingscaletuitionplanwhichiswhere someone whoseparentsmake more money, pay moretuition.TheStateUniversityTrusteebudgetrequestsnotuitionincrease,roomrentorfeeincrease.Asksforpositionstobereappropriated.GovernorCuomoandtheDaBfeelthatSUNYtuitionisnothighandshouldgohigher.SASUhas beenpressingGovernorCuomoandisattemptingtogetameetingwithhiminNovember.Wewanttostopsomethingbeforeithappens.The21yearolddrinkingageisaseriousissue.LastyearSASUarguedagainstitanditdidnotgetveryfar.SASUhascomeupwithresearchwhichshowsthatraisingthedrinkingagedoesnotmatter.Womenattheageof18aresaferdriversthanmenof45-65.Thereisconclusiveevidencethatdrunkdrivinglawscoupledwithincreasedenforcementdoeshelp.Theproblemcanbesolvedwithouttheraisingofthedrinkingage.SASUthinkstheageshouldgobackto18.NewYorkStateandAlaskaaretheonlystateswherestudentscannotvoteintheircollegecommunity.Thereisaclassactionsuitregardingthisissuenow.SASUisbyfarthebeststatewideStudentAssociationinthecountry.Theyareprovidinggoodinformationandorganization.Internshipsareavailablewithlegislature,organizing,communications,administration.MarkTayleraskedwhythereareonly19collegesinSASU.Jimsaid donotagreewiththem,thinktheylookattoomanyissues,candobetterontheirown, andcannotaffordit.MarkaskedwhytherewasnotasystematictimewhentheSASUrepresentativewasatOswego. JimThayersaidthatheisherethefirsttwodaysofeveryotherweek.LouTaravellaaskedJim whatSASUcoulddotohelpuswithourcollegecommu.nityrelations.HesaidthatzoninglawsandordinanceswerebeingcollectedandthebestSASUcoulddowastofurnishinformationand helr Oswegoorganize.KenSteelesaidthatstudentscouldhardlyaffordtogotocollegenowandtheycouldonlyreceive$2500loans.WheredoesGovernorCuomoexpectustogetthemoneyfrom.Jimsaidhedidnotknow.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4 November 9 t 1983COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-MeetingsareMondaysat6:00inroom 217HewittUnion.-Mustbeappointedtobeonthecommitteebutallarewelcometositinonthemeetings.Finance-NoformalreportElections-noformalreportSUNYAffairs-Developedtwosubcommittees.WouldliketobeaffiliatedwithAmnestyInternationalandtheCierraC1ub-WilltakeatourofPathfindernextweek.-MeetingareTuesdaysat6:00intheformallounge.CommunityRelations-Noformalreport.Havehighschoolstudentsvisittoseewhatwedoandtoestablishcommunication.OffCampusCommitteeWorkingwithWOCR. problemwithgoingFMis finding someonewhowilllicenseit.Asurveywillbe donetoseeifstudentswanttheirfeegoingtothis.-LOCOconductedasurveyaboutwhatthestudentswantfromthem.Theresultswillbelookedinto.SueCastrignosuggestedthattheOffCampusCommitteeworkwithJimThayertogetmoney frombarsdowntown.StudentServices-Lookingintogettingresumesdoneforstudents.Costis$10fortypesettingand$8for100copies.TheStudentAssociationwouldthenreceivea10%commission.-IndustrialArtsstudentswillbeginbuildingthebinforcans.-Lookingintogettingmorelightingoncampus.-Dropfileswillbe movedupstairsintheUnion. ongettingthelibraryhourschanged.-Syllabiisonfileinthereferenceroominthelibrary.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30intheUnion.Allsenatorsareencouragedtojoin.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5 November9,1983PPB-GhandiwasshownintheballroomFridayat7:15and9:15.-UrbanCowboywasinthetavernSaturday.-Dr.RuthwillbespeakingforfreeintheballroomonNovember14.HertopicwillbeSexuallySpeaking.SurplusCommittee-Startedtogetintodetailedwork.Need moreideas.SuggestedthattheSenateputan adintheOswegonianwithaclipoutcoupontoputideasofwhattodowiththemoneyon.Urgedallsenatorstoputasuggestionboxintheirdormorintheunion.MeetingsareMondaysat5:00inroom217ofUnion.FacultyAssembly -Noformalreport.AnnouncementsEricHoegler-Therewas arapeinthehallwayofadorm.Don'twalkalone-callSEEP.Thisisamatterofwhat SueCastrignoand Sue Wray have beentalkingabout.Whentheyspeakon women'smatters,takethemseriously.Meetingadjournedat8:05.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege Senate 19thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember16,19831.Calltoorder2.RollcallatOswegoAgenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSue Castrigno SueWrayDr.Gerber6.FinancialReportsBitINSpurWOCRPPB7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill38Bill399. New BusinessResolution11Bill40Bill41Bill42Room205HewittUnion10.AnnouncementsOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember16,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:02.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandJoanneVitaloneandPattiTowerwereabsentwithaproxy.BillQuirkand John Bondi wereabsentTheagendawasapprovedwithResolutions9 and 10onspecialorders.MichaelNemecekpickedupsponsorshiponResolution9 andJanetO'HarapickedupsponsorshiponResolution10.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrignoServicesmeeting-discussedthesurplusof$178,000.Theyformallyproposeda10%discountforthings attheCollegeStorethefirsttendaysoftheSpringsemester.Alsodiscussedputtingmoney backintofoodservice.AuxiliaryServicescouldnotmake adecisionbecausetherewaslittlefeedbackfromthestudents.-Thepackedcontainedtheresultsofthecourtcase.Pleasereadtheresultsand make themavailabletoyourconstituants.-DaveRothsteinwasappointedAssistanttothePresident.SueWray-Voterregistrationisover.Cahillisthemayor.NellisisSheriff,Mercierwon for the1stWard,Bradshawthe2nd,Canalethe3rd.Halpenthe5th,Clavellithe4th,Mattotthe6th,Gardnerthe7th,andJohnsonthe8th.Workingtogetthestatisticsofstudentswhovoted.-Regardingthe21yearolddrinkingage.TheOswegoTavernclaimsthattheyhavenomoney. JimThayerwillgoindividuallytotheownersorSASUwillpickupthetabforsuppliesusedintheletterwritingcampaignandtheywillbereimbursedlater.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2 November16,1983-Wouldlikesenatorstoputsuggestion.boxesintheirdorms andtheUnionfortheAuxiliaryServicessurplus.-Sharri,thepublicrelationscoordinatorsuggesteddoingalogbookofallSAfunctions.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules iNoformalreportFinance-NoformalreportStudentServices-NoformalreportElections-MeetingsareThursdaysat 5:30 intheUnion.SUNYAffairs-visjtedPathfinder.Gotimpressionsfromthem.MeetingsareTuesdaysat6:00in120Mahar.CommunityRelations-NoformalreportOffCampusCommitteeIntheprocessoftalkingtodifferentbar fordonations.Theinitialfeedbacklooksgood.PPB-NoformalreportFacultyAssemblySenator-Passedaresolutionofaccommodationforvoterregistrationdriveandvotereducationfor1983.Commendedforworkdone.OLDBUSINESSResolution8-JanetO'Harawasverymuchinsupportofthisresolution.Statisticsandrecordsprovethatthemajorityinvolvedindrunkdrivingincidentsisminute.Iftheagewashighered,alotofresponsiblepeoplewouldbehurt.Instead,programstostopdrunkdrivingshouldbestrictly enforted. MichaelNemeceksaidthatthegroupwhichwould bepenalizedhas shownthattheyareresponsible.Itisapoliticalwaytopointdrunkdrivingatsomeone.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3,November16,1983Resolution9-ThisresolutionwasforsupportoftheCommunityClean-upCelebration.MarkCantalessaidthattheresolutionwas explanatory.Itwillgivethecommunity andcollegeachancetointeract.Itwillhelptodevelopinterestinthecommunity andhelpkeepitclean.Moreprogramswillfollow.Theresolutionpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution10 PaulAtkinsonsaidthatrapehasbeenhappeninginOswego.Therehave been twoincidentsinthelastfewweeks.Theycannotcontinuetohappen.Theresolutionisastatementofsentimentandjusticemust beserved.SueSmithsaidthatbecauseshelivesinanallwomendorm,she noticed thatthewomenwerescared.Peoplearenotawarewhenthereisarape.AmiBaRonsaidthatsheveryrarelyspeakstomixedaudiencesaboutrape.Thetruthisundermined.Rapeisrarelyanissueunlessitisdonetoarelative,friend,orlover.Towomen,rapeisalwaysanissue.Wetrytoputtheburderofblameonthevictim.Theydothistotrytorestoreafalsesenseofsecurity.Ourfearisjustified.ThereisawomanrapedintheUnitedStateseverytenminutes.Itmaybeherboyfriend,friend,strangerorfather.Anangrywomanwould be a women'sliberorjustemotional.Truthisunderminedwhenwomenaresilent.Wehave beensilentformanyyearsbutitwillnotcontinue.SueCastrignosaidthatonNovember30th,CarolynSparkswillspeakonwomen'sissues.Therewillbea week of women'shistorynextsemester.ThereisanattempttogettheWomen'sCenteroutofJohnsonHallintoa morevisibleplace.EricHoeg1ersaidthatpeopleinhisdormareveryscared.Theyarewritingletterstosecurityandthe stration.Wemust showoursupportbypassingthis resolutibn. Thereisaneedformorelightingoncampus.SueCastrignosaidthatweshouldhavearighttowalk arouhd campusat12:30atnight.SEEPisdoingtheirjobbutwearenot.Wemusttakecareofoneanother.Womenon campus must betoldthattheyhave anoption.Whenattacked,womendonotreportit.Rapeisanactof violence. AmiBaRonsaidthatinmostrapecases,thewomanisthevictim3month childto 81yearoldwomanhave beeninastateofsiege.Wearetryingtogetout.Wemusttakesecureprocedures.Ifsomething tobedone,itmustbe donebeforeithappens.JanetO'Harasaidthat80%ofrapesaredonebypersonsthattheindividual knows. Ridiculeandhumiliationistheresult.Itisuptothestudentbodytoeducateallthatitisnotbadtoreporttheincident.Itisworsethanmurderbecauserapeyou 1ivewithallofyour1ife.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPage 4 November 16,198J PresidentoftheSenateSueWrayfeltthattheresolutionpenetratedtheSenatenotonlyaboutrapebutalsosexualharassment.Theresolutionpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Mr.Wassenaarsaidthattheissueofrapeisanimportantone.HeappreciatedtheacitonoftheSenateformore 1ightsoncampus.Everybody'sawarenesswillhelptogetthejobdone.ThereisaconcernoftheAlcoholBeverageLaw.ThereappearstobefalsificationoflOisissuedbytheCollege.Personscanbebroughtbeforethecampusjudicialsystem.Itisaviolationofthelawtousefalseidentificationtosecurea1oho1icbeverages.Studentsshouldbeawareoftheselaws.SueCastrignosaidthatshewasproudtobepresidentofastudentbody whichhassophisticatedandprogressiveminds.LouTaravellasaidthattheSurplusCommitteeis looking intocomputerizingtheSAoffice.Itwillbenefitstudentsinthelongrun.Alsotalkedaboutgettinganewsoundsystemintheba11room.orgettinga phonesystemofourown. Mr.WassenaarsaidthatSheldonHallisnowclosed. OGE islookingintoawaytouseit.Themeetingwasadjournedat7:20.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember16,1983atOswegoTheBitINSpurRidingClubspokeonWednesday,November16thundertheFinancialReport.BitINSpurRidingClubWeareacoedgroupwhosemajoractivityiscompetingasanintercollegiateteaminourregion.Riderscanbefrombeginnerwalk-trot(class1)toopenequitation(class7),thereisjumpinginclasses5,6,7forthosewhowantto.Practices:Thursdays5-8:30pmandabout4:00Saturdays.Competitions:UsuallySaturdays-allday.Thereare4-5asemester.Cost:$30dues($100nextyear),plusapproximately$5-$10ashowforentryfeeandfood.Tryouts:EarlyFallandSpring.16-18coedschosen.SpringtryoutsareJanuary28th.MandatoryinformationmeetingJanuary26th.Questionsorinformationcall:TracyPfisterer330WaterburyCarlaSchilling419SenecaLauraPutnam319OnondagaRhondaBolan353Oneida3858249650643615TheonlyplacearoundheretotrialrideisLakeshoreStablesonWestLakeRoad.$lO/hour.343-6080.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity atOswegoSeflate19thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember30,1983Agenda1.Ca11to0rder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrigno Sue Wray6.FinancialReports POswegonian7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenatorSurplusCommittee8.OldBusinessResolution11Bill38Bill40Bill41Bill42PresidentoftheSenate9.NewBusinessBill44Bill45Bill46Room205HewittUnion10.AnnouncementsOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember30,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandDaveMcNallyandTonyNaselliwereabsent.MiguelMontes,LouTaravella,MikeDeLarm,MaureenMcDonald,SueSmith,andJoanneVitalonewereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwiththesponsoredofBill39changedtoMikePerrinandEricHoegler,andsubmittedbyMRA.Bill38wastabled.InResolution11,"mud-hale"waschangedto"mudhole."InBill42,theoff-campussenatorsaccordingtothisbillis14andnot4.Bill43wasonspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedwith"SueSmithsaidthatbecauseshelivesinanallgirlsdorm,shenoticedthatthegirlswerescared"changedto"SueSmithsaidthatbecauseshelivesinanallwomendorm,shenoticedthatthewomenwerescared"inResolution10.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrigno-SupremeCourtinterviewsarestillcontinuing. Gay LevinewasappointedtotheSupremeCourt.-ShariCooperisworkingwithSuetogettogetheralogbookandnewsletterforSA.TheneWSletterwillbeoutabouttwiceamonth.SueWray-WenttoafeministconferenceinAlbany.SoniaJohnsonspokeaboutwomenintheworkingfield.Manylectureswereinformative.-College-CommunityRelations-workingonbylawsforthecommitteetogivethemapermanentstructure.-Petitionswillbecirculatinginthedormsforthe21yearolddrinkingage.-JanineFrainier,DebbieVanSise,andSueWrayareworkingonwomenstudiesprograms.TheyarecallingotherSUNYschoolstoseewhattheirdepartmentsarelike.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2November 30, 1983PresidentoftheSenateDr.Gerber-SheisthetreasurerfortheNationalWomenStudiesAssociation.Receivedthe"UnsungHeroine"awardforwomenstudies.Gotinvolvedinwomen'sstudieswhenDr.PerduesentoutaletterofintentforOswegotohaveadepartment.Women'sstudiesisyoungandnew.WehaveattractedexcellentwomenscholarswhoareteachingandofferingcoursesatOswego.Womenareaminoritywhenyoulookatthecurriculum.Dr.GerberthenwentontoexplainaboutTitle9.Shesaidthatitisafederallawwhichaddressestheissuesofsexequity.Itiscurrentlyunderseigebythefederalgovernment-theyaretryingtolimititseffect.Ithasgivenpushinwomen'ssports.Thereisnoexperiencethatshouldbelimitedtoonesexoranothersimplybecauseoftheirgender.Ifyouwouldliketodiscusstheissuefurther,Dr.Gerber'sofficeislocatedin611CUlkinHall.FINANCIALREPORTSWOCR-MitchellRosenthalexplainedthatWOCRwasgiven$4900tocompletetheproductionstudio.Turntableswillbeinstalledoverthesemesterbreak.Theywereofftoaslowstartbecausetheyhadnotechnician.ForthepastmonthWOCRwasworkingwithoutanyonewhohadatechnicalbackground.Theyhavejustsigneda newone.Theywillbegintoremodel.ProgramaavailablenowareNewsline,SportstalkonSundaynights,andonMondaynightstherewillbe"ThisweekinGreatLakerHockey".Thestationplayswhattherecordcompaniessendthem.Theystayawayfromrockandroll.Theyaretheonlystationintheareawithaformat.Thereisastaffof70-85people,and35onairdiscjockies.WOCRislocatedat64AMor106.1FM.Bit'NSpur-CoachisTracyPfisterer.Bit'NSpuristheonlyequestrianteaminOswego.Therearefourorfivecompetitionsasemesteragainst15colleges.Attheendoftheyear,riderswhohvescoredenoughpoints,qualifyfortheregionals,andifplace1stor2ndintheregionals,qualifyfor the nationals.Pleasemakeyourconstituantsawareofthetryouts.PPB -JohnTuranspokeandsaidthatPPBhasabudgetofover$100,000forthisyear.TherearesixdivisionsofPPB:ConcertCommitteeschedulesconcerts,Cinevisionsshowsmovies,Lecturersschedulespeakers,ThirdWorlddoesminorityprogramming,Impromptuschedulescommediansandsmallbands,andpublicitydoesthepromotionforallevents.PPBisopentoanyideas.BecauseRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3November30,1983ofthecrowdsthathavebeenattendingtheeventsheld,PPBistryingtogetcampussecuritytohelpalleviatetheproblem.JohnsaidthattheconcertswerelimitedbecauseoftheirbudgetandbecauseofLakerHall'scapacity.COMMITTEESRules-Bills38and39passedunanimously.Updateoftheconstitutionwillbeavailablenextweek.Finance-Noformalreport.StudentServices-Noformalreport.Elections-Peopleareneededforthecommitteenowandnotafterthe mistake. SUNYAffairs-Noformalreport.MeetingsareTuesdayat6:00inroom120Mahar.CommunityRelations-Noformalreport.Off_CampusCommittee-Sereno's,GLI,OldCityHall,Lill's,andBroadwellssaidthattheywillgivediscountsondrinkstohelpfightagainstthe21yearolddrinkingage.FacultyAssembly-Noformalreport.Bill38-tabledBill39-PassedRulesandFinanceunanimously.MikePerrinsaidthatMRAishavingproblemswithgoaliepads.Theyneedatleastonemorepair.MRAwillgettheothersrepaired.Goalieswillhavemoreconfidencewhenplaying.EricHoeglersaidthatMRAneedsnewpadsbecausetheone'stheyhavenowhavetobetapedon.Bill39passedbyavoteof29Y,On,laoBill43-PassedRulesbyavoteof27y,On,3a.InFinance,BethBackusaskedwhatthe$200wouldbefor.SueCastrignosaidthatitisforservicesforworkshops.WomenStudiescametousandaskedifwewouldsponsortheprogrambecausetheyhavealowbudget.PassedFinancebyavoteof30y,On,Oa.JenniferWichsersaidthatwomensissuesisaconcernoftheSenateanditshouldbepassed.MikePerrinaskedhowitwouldbepublicized.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4November30,1983SueCastrignosaidthatWomen'sStudieswoulddoitandtheydon'tneedanymoremoneytodoit.Bill43passedbyavoteof29y,On,laoThemeetingwasadjournedat7:30.Respectfullysubmitted, rrJocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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Oswego,NewYork1312610.Announcements TUDENT SSOCIATIONStuden t Ass0ciation Offic" of tl."'Vic,,-p"",d"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember7,1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.Executive Reports SueCastrignoSueWraySASU6.FinancialReports MIA OCAOntarian7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNY .Af fairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill42Bill44Bill45Bill469.NewBusinessBill47 Bill 48Bill49Bill50Res01uti0 Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession19th December7,1983MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:07.Rollcallwastakenand Miguel Montes wasabsentwithaproxy.TonyNaselliandJanetO'Harawereabsent.Agenda wasapprovedwithWTOPandOswegonianaddedunderFinancialReport.Bill38waschangedwiththefollowing:Underapppointments,A.waschangedtoliTheVice-Presidentshallhavethepowertoappointcommitteemembers andthechairpersonwhoisasenatorandwhoshallnotvoteexceptincaseofatie.Undermembership, IIAt leastfourmembersoftheFinanceCommitteellwaschangedto "At least50%ofthemembersoftheFinanceCommitteellB. changedtoliThecommitteeshallnotbelessthanfoursenators.C.waschangedtoliThechairpersonshallnotbeconsidereda memberofthecommitteeexceptincaseofatie.D.waschangedtoIINomorethantwopersonsfromoneSAfundedorganizationorclubshallbeallowedtoserveonthecommittee.TheminuteswereapprovedwithunderElectionsCommittee,IIPeopleareneededforthecommitteenowandnotafterthemistake.1IEXECUTIVE REPOP.TS Sue Wray Hi cVan [)onsel resigned.-JeffBaumwas sworninasSenatorforHartHall.-RicVanDonsel wasappointedAssistanttotheVicePresident.Hewillbeworkingonthedensityplot.-Readaletterfrom Alpha SigmaChi.RegardingResolution10,thesororitywouldliketoactivelysupporttheissue.-Zetaaddedtotheirby-laws,Resolution10deploringviolencetowomen. -Wenttoseveraldormcouncilpresidentstodistrihute1leafletsandSASUpamphletsregardingthe21yearolddrinkingage.Fach dormwillholdaletterwritingcampaignandthedormwiththemostletterswillreceivefou rkegs.-DuringtheweekofDecember5,therewillbe aletterwritingcampaignbytheCornerStore.GSAwillworkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2 December7,1983Oswego.NewYork13126thetables.AuxiliaryServicesissubsidizingtheDairyDelitogiveoutanicecreamconeforeachletterwritten.-December1,and 8therewillbe aletterwritingcampaigninthetaver.Itwillbeheldbetween8:30and12:30andtherewillbefreefoodforeachletterwritten.-Committeemeetingsareimportant.Pleaseshowupatthem.-AudreyHurleyisintheprocessofworkingon a 10pageleafletonrape,battery,andsexualharrassment.Itwillbeincludedineachstudent'sregistrationpacket.Dr.Buttonsaidthathecouldnotthinkofasituationwherehe hasbeenpaidorrewardedforavoteorinfluence.Sue Wrayexplainedthatshewantstomaketheletterwritingcampaignasuccessandthatfromothercampaigns,sheknowsthatpeopleneedanincentive.FINANCIALREPORTSWTOPBobbyZiegleristheGeneralManager.Hesaidthecameraswillarriveby December5thor6thand hopedallsenatorswouldstopbytoseethem.Thesemesterhas gonequitewell.Thebigh-;ghlights beenprogramming(movies).Studentsshow aninterestinthem.WTOPneedsequipmentallofthetime.WTOPwillmakeabout$6-7,000ina fewyearsfromproducingcommercials.Theyexchangetapeswithotherschoolstogetfreeprogrammingandseewhattheotherschoolsaredoing.Theyaretheonlystationwithafivenightnewshow.Theirfuturegoalsfornextfiveyearsarebeingworkedon.They wouldliketoworkwithSAcompatably.Phone numberis2132.Oswegonian -ChrisSanfordistheeditor.Heisprettysatisfiedwiththewaythingsaregoing.Theirproblemsareinefficiencybecausetherearenotenoughpeople.The $200fortheStatePressServicewas a goodinvestment.Theycoulduseaflashunitand moretypists.Inotherwords,theyneedmorefunds.(hint,hint)They wouldliketogo28pagesaweek.The OswegonianiswillingtoworkwithSA. COMMITTEE REPORTSRules-Noformalreport.Finance-Noformalreport.------------------Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3 December7,1983StudentServices-Noformalreport.ElectionsNobodyattendedthemeetinglastweek.Electionscheduleforthefallsemesterwillbeasfollows:January25February6February8 March 4 March5-6-Petitionsareavailable PetitionsaredueintheSAofficeby3:00pm -Candidatesarenotifiedofvalidation-campaigningends-ElectionsSUNYAffairs-Discussedplansfortherestofthesemesterandnextsemester.CommunityRelationsNo 'formalreport.OffCampusCommittee'-Noformalreport.PPB-Eracerheadwas shownintheballroomonFriday,December 2at8:00and10:00.Seatswere$1.00-ArthurplayedinthetavernonSaturdayafternoon.-StewartDiamondspokeintheballroomon Monday, Dec. 5at8:00.FacultyAssembly-Passedaresolutionshowingsupportforvoterregistration.SurplusCommittee-IntroducedBill44.Next weektherewillbe abreakdownofequipmentneededandthecost.Mr.Jonessaidthattheywerelookingintosoundproofingtheballroom.Needhelpinresearchingit.-LookingintocomputersforSAoffice.-OWLSaskedforfundingforapermanentholidaytreeoncampus.-Meetingsare5:00onMondays.DanClark OCTwillhavebusestotheGenesisconcertonFriday,December2.Ticketsare$6.00roundtrip.-HolidaybusestoNYCare$45.-HolidaybusestoLIare$50. -Buses willbeavailabletoPenn-CanMallonSaturday,December10.Theyarefree.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4 December7,1983OLDBUSINESSResolution11MarkTaylerexplainedthatheisatransferstudentand whenhecametovisittheschoolhepassedrightbytheentrance.Heisnotimpressedwiththesign.We could upgradeourselves.PaulAtkinsonsaidthatheisaffraidthatsomeonewillfallintheholeandthatsomethingmust be doneaboutthegrafittionthelibrary.Itisdemoralizing.Hedoesnotwanttoseetheconditionsgetworse.Mr.Wassenaaraddedthathedoesnotliketheentrancesign,butitcostsalotofmoneytogetanewone.TheSenateshouldpasstheresolution.Theholesoncampuswill be upgradedwhentheweathergetsbetter.Regardingthegrafitti,somedon'thaveprideorrespectforthecampus.LouTaravellasaidthathehaslivedonnewcampussincehewas afreshman.Therehasbeenalightpostnewthebridgesincethen,andjustabouta week and ahalfago,alightbulbwasputin.Therehasbeenharassmentinthisarea.Ifanybodynotices 90mething likethisoncampus,bringitsomeone'sattention.Theresolutionpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Bill38-BethBackussaidthatthebillhasbeenrewordedsothatwecanunderstanditalotbetter.Mike DeLarmsaidthathethought50%insteadof50%plusonewasdecidedoninFinance.Alan Roggen made aformalamendmenttomaketi50%plusonebutitwasnotaccepted.MikePerrinsaidthatthecommitteepurposeistoservethesenateand byhavingit50%plusone,wearesayingsenatorshave astrongervotingblock.Weshouldhavethelastword.MichaelNemeceksaidthatwecannotsaythatsenatorswillvoteasablock.Thereasonis because theyaretheoneswhowilldealwiththebillwhenitcomestothesenate. rhe billpassedby avoteof28y,3n,Oa.Bill40-PassedRulesunanimously.WentintoFinanceasawhole.BethBackusaskedwhatthe$12 wouldgofor.JulioGraciasaidthatitwastopayduesforoneyearandwewillreceivemailingsoccasionally.Karen McCarthyaskedifthePeaceandJusticeForumbelonged.MikePerrinsaidthattheydonotbelongbecausewedonot duesduringbudgets.JuliobeganbysayingthathebegantohaveinterestinAmnestyInternationalwhen he saw atelevisionshowwheretherewereratsinacagewithoneopening,andtheoneopeningwasattachedtoa human abdomen. Theratsonlywayoutwastoeatintotheabdomen.Hetoldhimself,thiscouldnothappenwhilehe wasliving.ThisisanexperimentbySUNYAffairs.Theirgoalistosetaprisonerfreewhowasnotpartoftheestablishment.Ifyoucouldthinkoftorturethenitisa humancharacteristic. DeLarmsuggestedthatthecommitteeworkwiththePeaceandJusticeForumRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126PhOne(315) 3g1

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5Decembe r7,1 983BethBackussaidthatshedidnotlikethefirstwhereasand made afriendlyamendmentto delete it.Itwas not accepted.Itwasthenmadetoaformalamendment.Julioexplainedthatifyoucouldthinktorture,youareinhumanattimes.Youdonotnecessarilyhavetopracticeit.JayButtonfeltthatitwasveryimportanttokeepthefirstwhereasjustforhumanreflection.KenSteelepointedouttheword"seems"inthewhereas, Mike Perrinsaidthatitwasambiguous.Inhumanmeansoutsideofhumancapability.Changeittocruelty.JulioGraciasaidthatwearecapableofdoinginhumanthings.Alan RoggansaidthatAmnestyInternationalisoneofthemostprestigiousinternational'humanrights Itisanexcellentorganizationforustobein.Firmlysupportedthebill.JudyPowers howwecanset somebody free.Juliosaidbywritinglettersandvisiting.Wewillpressurethem.Bill40passedbyavoteof30y,On,la.Bill41-PassedRulesbyavoteof3y,2n.MichaelNemecek objected totheconsiderationofthemotion.Thisobjectionenablestheassemblytoavoidaparticularoriginalmainmotionaltogetherwhenitisbelieveditwould bestronglyundesirableforthemotiontoevencometothefloor.Theobjectionfailedby avoteofl7y,l4n.John BondiAndyCsontLouTaravellaMichaelNemecek PaulAtkinsonKenSteeleDaveMcNallyJu1ioGraciaMichaelPerrinBethA.BackusBethKuekerMike DeLarmDonAmmannDonCorbettEricHoeg1erJenniferWichsern n nynynn y'9 yn y. y y y Ma rkTay1erAlan Roggan Die rdre' lt4a+e ckiJudyPowers Maureen rcDona1 dPattiTower SueSmithJoanneVita10neAntonetteDrnekGeoffWeissE.J.Cuneo Allison Zane JohnFitzpatrick 8111 QuirkJeff BaolJ1 nynynyn nyyy ynynJulioGraciabeganbysayingthatjusticeisseekingthetruthinallthings.SAshouldrepresentallstudents.Wearethelawmakersofallstudents.Theyshouldberepresentedproperly.Weshouldseetoitthatwedonotfail.Pathfinderisnotproperlyrepresented.SomesayPathfinderisrepresentedby asenator.Senecacanelectasenatorwithouttheimputof isrepresented hy Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6 December7,1983 aspeakingseat.Whatisaspeakingseat?All you candoisspeak.GivePathfindertheirownsenatorandtheywillbeproperlyrepresented.Ifonestudentisnotrepresentedproperly,weallfail.PaulAtkinsoncontinuedbysayingthatnolivingcentershallbedeniedrepresentation.AccordingtoChuck Weeks,Pathfinderisafullyfunctioninglivingcenter-aseparateentity.Pathfinderisconstitutionallyentitledtotheirownsenator,andthesameprivilegesofeveryotherlivingcenter.PayattentiontotheintentofBill3. Mike DeLarmaskedifPathfinderwasbeingupheldbyanybody.Sue WraysaidthataccordingtoBill3,SenecaHallincludesPathfinder.BillQuirksaidthattherewillbeinequitablerepresentationifthisbillpassed.Whynotgivefraternities,sororities,orthebluesa senatoi. TheyshouldberepresentedinSeneca0reayuga.Abi11sh0u1dbeintrodlJcedforthis. Alan RoggansaidthatifPathfinderdoesnotfeeltheyareadequatelyrepresentedbySeneca,theyhave arecourse.Howcanwegive24peoplewhohavetoapplyforthedormtheextraadvantage.Thiswould makethesenate34andplacetoomuchpowerwiththechair.MichaelNemeceksaidthattherewas astrongconstitutionalquestionhere.Ifthebillpassed,itcouldbeunconstitutional.Theyarenotbeingdeniedrepresentation.ThereisaprovisioninBill3.Twentythreestudentsisnotcloseto200 andthechangeisnot30-60daysbeforeoffcampuselections.Theyareconsideredaseparatelivingcenterbutwearenotboundtothis.TheSenatecangroupdormstogetheraccordingtoprovisions.PeopleofPathfinderareabletorunforelectioninSeneca.Gooutandcampaign.Donltvoteyesforthebillbecausetheyarenotbeingrepresented.Votebecauseyoudonltliketheprovision.Shouldbebroughtbackwithan amendmenttoBill3.Scalesdormcouncilwasagainstthebill.KenSteelesaidthatthefifthwhereaswaswrong.ThestudentsofPathfinderdohave asenator.Theyhavethreeof thew. Thisisaninternalproblem.Thebilldoesnotbelongonthefloor.MikePerrinsaidthatwallsarenotabarrierforrepresentation. No reasonforthisto ge true.Theremaybepersonaldifferences.IfsenatorsdonotrepresentthemaccordingtoBill3,thesenatorsarenotdoingtheirjobandactionshouldbetakenagainstthem.Equalrepresentationisnotonesenatorfor23students.Itis1senatorfor200accordingtotheby-laws.SueCastrignosaidthatitistruethatitisaviolationoftheconstitutionifalivingcenterisnotbeingrepresented.Renumerationcan beestablished30-60daysbeforeoffcampuselections.Thisbillcan bepassednow. Whattheproblemis,isthetwocentersbeinglinkedtogether.AmyBartellsaidthatthereislittleornocommunicationbetweenSenecaandPathfinder.Thereisaproblemwithnumbers.ThemembersofPathfindermaynothavethesameviewsasSenecaand23to600studentsRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phgne13151 341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage7 December7,1983givesthemnopower.Thereisnorepresentation.SueCastrignosaidthatifthereisaproblemofcommunicationbetweenSenecaandPathfinder,hasitbeentriedtobeclearedup.Itshouldhavebeendonebeforethebillcametothefloor.Ifitcanneverbeworkedout,thencomeback.Maureen McDonaldaskedifPathfinderhadtheirowndormcouncil.Theydo.CanPathfinderrunforaseatintheSenate:Yes.IfPathfinderfeltsostronglyabouttheissue,maybe somebodyshouldtrytorunforsenator. By notrunning,itshows alackofinterest.LouTaravellasaidthatwhenhewaselectedhenoticedtherewas aproblembetweenSenecaandPathfinder.HeisaresidentofSenecaHall.Pathfinderdoorsarelockedandhedoesnothave akey.DiedreMaleckigoesdownthere.Theycouldhaverun,butiftheywon,itwould havebeenunfairrepresentationtoSeneca.AresidentofPathfindersaidthathewas amazedatthewaywordsaretwisted.WearenotSeneca.Wehaveourownidentity.Itisnotamatterofwallsornumbers.Itisnotaninternalproblem.Astructureshouldbeworkedoutwhere24peoplecouldberepresentedasstudents.MarkTaylersaidthatthereare298studentsinMackin andtheyhave twosenators.AmyBartellsaidthattheproblemcouldbesolvedifSenecaandPathfinderthoughttheproblemwasinternal.Wehaveobtainedtherightsasaseparatedorm.WhenitcomestoSenate,wearetreatedasafloor.ItisnottheresponsibilityofaSenecasenatortorepresentus.ItisnotourresponsibilitytorepresentSeneca.Bill41failedbyavoteof9y,22n,Oa. John BondiAndyCsontLouTaravella f.lichael Nemecek PaulAtkinsonKenSteeleDave McNallyJulioGracia PerrinBethBackusBethKucker Mike DeLarmDonAmmannDonCorbettEricHoeglerJenniferWichsery y ynynnynnn nn n n nRoom205HewittUnion TaylerAlan RogganDierdre JudyPowers ureenMc bona 1dPattiTower SueSmithJoanneVitaloneAntonetteDrnekGeoffWeiss [.J. CuneoAllisonZane JohnFitzpatrickBillQuirkJeffBaumOswego,NewYork13126ynynnnnyn n n n n ny ____ ----_------__

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage8 December7,1983Bill42-tabledANNO UNC01E NTSDKKwillbeholdingatuitionraffle.Firstplaceishavingourtuitionpaidfor.Secondplaceisbookspaidfor, and thirdplaceisyourSAfeepaidfor.Ticketsare$1.00each.JayButtonsaidthathedidnothave alotofinformationontheissueofPathfinder.Hehas aclearview now.Theissuewasdealtwithinacontrolled,informativemanner.Pathfinderspeakingseatshouldbeused.Karen McCarthyannouncedtheSAChristmasPartyatherhouseonDecember16.Itwillbeginat4:00andallsenatorsareinvited.Mike DeLarmsaidthatparkingonthestreetsofOswegohasbeenbannedstartingDecember1st.Carsparkedonthestreetswillbe towed away.(lamto6am)Meetingadjournedat9:15. JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember16,19831.Calltoorder2.RollcallatOswegoAgenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWray6.FinancialReportsUNOOntarian7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill42Bill44Bill47Bill48Bill49Bill50Resolution129. BusinessBill51Bill52Room205HewittUnion10.AnnouncementsOswego.NewYork13126Phoge '3l5\ 341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStuden t Ass0ciation Offic" of 'Vic,,-P,,,siJ,,nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember 16, 1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:06.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand JohnFitzpatrickwasabsent.JoanneVitalonewasabsentwithaproxy. Tea agendawasapprovedwithResolution12andBill50addedunderNewBusiness.Resolution12wasnotacceptedonspecialorders.Bill44wastabled.SASUwasaddedunder Bill45waschangedwith"theservicecontractsontheCannonCopier,andBurroughsmachine"changedto"theservicecontractontheBurroughsmachine."Thesumwaschangedto$213.60.Thesumof$1,725.00wasaddedtoBill49andtheAccountnumberwas749.MarkTaylermade amotiontooverrulethechairafterSueWraydidnotacceptBill47onspecialorders.Suefeltitshouldgobacktotheconstituancy. A rollcallvotewastaken.John Bondi Mig ue1 0ntesLouTaravellaMichael Nemecek PaulAtkinsonKenSteeleDave cNallyJulioGracia ichae1PerrinBeth A. BackusBethKueker 14 ikeDeLarmOonAmmannDonCorbettEricHoeglerJenniferWichserynynynn pnnnotpresentattimennnotpresentattimen n Hark Tayler ,'\lan RogganDierdreMaleckiJudy Powers Maureen t1cDonaldPattiTower SueSmithrarkSieboldAntonetteDrnekGeoffWeissE.J.CuneoJanet O!Hara/\11 isonZaneBillQuirkJeffBaumBobGhosioyy ynnn npynnp nnnnThemotionfailedby avoteof 7y, 20n,3p.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrigno-EricRitterresigned-February 8therewillbe a forRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2 December16,1983SheldonHall.Dinnerwillbe from 5-6pmandthecalling \'/ill be from6-10pm.-SuefeltthatBill38,SectionIII,LetterC wasambiguous.Itsaysthatthechairpersonisnota memberofthecommittee.Itwaschangedto"whentakingacountofthenumberofmembers,thechairpersonshallnotbecounted.-Wehavebeensuccessfulinvoterregistration,voterrights,andgettingthestudentsouttovote. We arenowworkingon womanlS issuesandthedrinkingage.Therewassupposedtobe atablebytheDairyDelilastweekforthedrinkingageletterwritingcampaignbutitwasnotthere.Getinvolved.Nextsemester,budgetstakealotoftime.Thereisalackofalotofpeopleworkingtogether.Thisisamajorissueforthestudentbody.Peoplemustwriteletters.Wemustsupporttheseissueswithstaffing.Ifthebillpasses,Suedoesnotwantpeoplebangingonherdooraskingwhattheirstudentgovernmenthasdonetohelppreventitspassage.Thestudentbodywilllooseout.Sue Wray -EricRitterresignedfromStudentServices.-SeeSue WrayifyouareinterestedintheStudentServiceschair.-MarkCantaleswasappointedCommunityRelationschair.-OffCampussenatorsmustgotoOffCampusCouncil.Thecouncilhasarighttorecallsenatorsiftheydonotattend.-AstudentcametoseeKaren McCarthy becausetheythroughSAwassubsidizingkegsforthedormswhichwritethemostletters.Thisisnottrue.Thekegsaredonationsfromthedistributors,andthetavernkeepersaresponsoringdrinkspecials.Wearesponsoringtheletterwritingcampaign.EricWilson-VicePresident,SASUCampusAffairs.Ericexplainedthathetravelstoseveralcampusestoseewhatishappeningandtheproblems.Hegetsinformationfromthecampusesandworkstocorrecttheproblem.GoesbacktoSASU,andthestaffdecidesonwhatdirectiontotake.Rightnowtheyareworkingtogeta50%studentrepresentationontheFSAboards.EricthenintroducedShellyWilseywhoisthesoutherntearorganizerforSASU.ShevisitsNewPaltz,Binghamton,Oneonta,andOswego.SASUfeltthatthischapterwasnotdeveloping-rapidlyenoughsotheyreceivedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341)601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3 December16,1983 aneworganizer.Shellyhasalotofexperiencewithorganizing.ShellyWilseyHopestogettoknowalotaboutOswego campusquickly.Pleasehelpherout.Tellherissues,what'shappening.Shewantstoworkwelltogether.Regardingthe21yearolddrinkingage.overvacationmakeanappointmenttovisityourloca1',legislator.Thereare8-9,000lettersalreadywrittenacrossthestate.PrimaryregistrationisbyFebruary3ifyouwishtovote.AccessinCrisis:AStudyinTuitionPolicyattheStateUniversityofNewYorktellsabouttuitionpolicy,proposalsfortuition,financialaid.SASUwillbetargetingparentstowritelettersbecausemostofthem payfortuition.SendyourletterstoGovernorCuomo.RecentlySASUhasdecidedtotakeon a Women'sSafetyissue.SASUalsoworksonlocalissues-notjuststate.SASUenablesstudentstogainskillswhichwillbebeneficialforthemlateroninlife.Internsareneededforpublicmedia,legislative,and women'scaucus.EricWilsonexplainedthattheinternshipsareamonth'sofwork January-inwhichintensivetrainingandorganizingiscovered.Thepersonthengoesintothefieldtobuildchapters,etc.FINANCIALREPORTSMIADaveVitchexplainedthat MIA ismadeupof10sportsinwhichthreehavetwoseasons.TwentyfivepercentofStudentAssociationsbudgetgoestosports,andMIAgets57%ofthat.OCADaveVitchexplainedthatOCAisheretohelpstudents.ItdoesprogrammingfornoonhourintheUnion,singers,performances.Bite-the-Birdwasthemostsuccessfulever.Itlostmoney,butlosttheleastever.Therearethreedivisions-LegalAids,Newsletter,andprogramming.LegalAidsmainlydealswithlandlord/tenantproblems.Karen McCarthyexplainedthattherearestillabout10boxesofSAcalendarsattheprinterinSyracuseandaskedifanybodywouldvolunteertopickthem up. Shari CooperisworkingonanSAnewsletter.Abillaskingformoneyforabudgetforhermayshowupinthepacketsoon.ThenewsletterwillbeusedtotrytobuildtheimageofSAand makestudentsawareofwhatweare.COMMITTEEREPORTSRulesCouldnotmeetbecausetherewasnoquorum.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-360]

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4 December16,1983Finance-Bill49 had alotofresearch,timeandeffort.StudentServices-Noformalreport.Elections-Therearenowsixmembersofthecommittee.Theyvotedondatesselectedforthebill.Needpollingsupervisors.-WillcontactRSVPtohelponpolls.-Dave McNallywillgiveupthechairattheendofthesemester.SUNYAffairs-Noformalreport.CommunityRelationsWillsetuporganizationalgoals.Thereseemstobeawallaroundcampus whichdoesnotbelongthere.Ithastobebroken.OffCampusCommittee Workingonletterwritingcampaignsinbarsforthe21yearolddrinkingage.PPB-GerryGarciaappearedon campus on December11.Ticketswere$6.50and$8.50atthedoor.-Friday,YearofLivingDangerouslyplayedintheballroomat7:30and10:00.-Saturdayinthetavern,TheWizardofOZplayedat3:00and9:30.FacultyAssemblySenator-Noformalreport.OLDBUSINESSBill45-BethBackussaidthatitpassedthroughFinanceunanimously.ItpassedthroughRulesasawhole.Karen McCarthyexplainedthattheaccountisestablishedjustforaccountingpurposes.Iftheaccountantcomesupwithasmallinbalance,hewillrefertothisaccount.Onlyusedtoadjustentries.Thebillpassedbyavoteof3ly,On, Oa.Bill46-PassedFinancebyavoteof5y,In.PassedthroughRulesasawhole.Karen McCarthyexplainedthatpricestoservicetheBurroughsmachinewentupsomuchthattheamountintheaccountdoesnotcovertheincrease.Passedbyavoteof30y,On,laoANNOUNCEMENTSThepresidentofBitINSpuraskedtoannouncethattheclubwillsellRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5 December16,1983mistletoeintheUnionnextWednesday.PaulAtkinsonannouncedthattheDeltaKappa Kappastudentdirectoriesareinandtheycost$1.50.DaveMcNallysaidthattheHistoryDepartmentistryingtogetaclubofftheground.Therewillbe ameetingWednesday,Dec.16at4:30inMaharfacultylounge.KarenMcCarthywillbehavinganSAChristmaspartyatherhouseonFriday,Dec18at4:00.Sheislookingfor$1or$2donations.Miguel MontesaskedhowDeltaKappa Kappagetsaholdofstudentshomesaddresses.MikeJonessaidthattheaddressesareavailabletoeverybody,butthosestudentswhodonotwanttheir1sgivenoutmustsignawaiver.JayButtonsaidthathewouldliketogettogetherwithagroupofhiscolleguestoseeiftheywouldraisegradesofstudentsiftheywrote,letters.Hedi dnotknowiftheywoul d highergradesforstudentswhowrotetohigherorlowerthedrinkingage.Stopbytotalktohimabouttheissue.Themeetingwasadjournedat7:30.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueWray6.FinancialReportKarenMcCarthy7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.oldBusinessBill42PresidentoftheSenate9.NewBusinessBill53Bill54Bill5510.AnnouncementsBill56Bill57 RescHtition 13Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Of/ice 0/ 'L'ice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandPaulAtkinson,JenniferWichser,JoanneVitalone,andAmyBartellwereabsent.MikePerrinwasabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwiththesumofBill49changedto$1,750.00.Bill44wastakenoffthetable.Bill51wasacceptedonspecialorders.Bill52andResolution12werewithdrawn.Bill47waschangedinthebeitenactedtononesenatorberemovedfr6mofficeintheMackinComplex30-60dayspriortothenextelection."Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVE REPORTSueCastrigno-ColleenHonnickresignedasDirectorofLOCO.-MaryAnnMasselliwasappointedDirectorofLOCO.-CongratulatedWTOPfortheMediaMarathon-36hours-theyreceivedapproximately177phonecalls.Itwentverywell.-SueproposedleavingtheOswegonianataperecordertogetourquotes right, andfunnycomicsforChristmas. -.The SANewsletterisintheworking.Abudgetandrecruitmentarealsobeingworkedon.--SuewishedeverybodyahappyChristmas.SueWray-MiguelMontesresignedassenatorfromWaterbury.-AndyCsontwassworninastheWaterburysenator.-MikeDeLarm ?esigned -KenSteeleresigned-SeeSueWrayifyouareinterestedintheStudentServicesChair-ThissemesterthesenateworkedonvoterregistrationwhichwasthebesteverinSAhistory.Hopedallgainedknowledge.-Whenwereturnfromintersession,wewillbeworkingtogetpeopleregisteredfortheprimaries.-Theresultsofthepastelectionarebeingresearched.-Thewomen'sissuespamphletswillbeputineachstudent'sRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2February1,1984registrationpacketnextsemester.-Drinkingageletterwritingcampaignhasbeenofftoaslowstartbutwillpickupnextsemester.-Itwasgreatworkingwitheverybodythissemester.HaveaMerryChristmas.FINANCIAL REPORTSUMO-ChrisWilliamsexplainedthatUMOorganizesandmanagesmusictours.ThesixcomponentsofUMOinclude: fulid State Concert College andChamberSingers.Thereisatouring fundraisingcommitteeandadvertisingcommittee.Sofarthisyear,theyhavehad2fundraisers.Ontarian-LeeAnnWoodwardtoldtheSenatethatthereareabout25peopleonherstaff.Theyarecurrentlytakingpictures.andsettingupcontracts.TheyarecurrentlyworkingonanadvertisingcampaignsendinghomeletterstoparentstogetayearbookasaChristmaspresentfortheirsonordaughter.TheOntarianislocatedinroom224HewittUnion.Yearbookswillbeonsalenextsemester for $13and$14.50toalsoinclUdemailing.KarenMcCarthywishedallaMerryChristmas.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-NoformalreportFinance-NoformalreportStUdentServices-NoformalreportElections-Talkedaboutchangingtheelectionsbillwhichisinthepacket.Needachairandpeopletowork.Theelectionslooksorryforthespring.SUNYAffairs-NoformalreportOffCampusCommittee-Letterwritingcampaigninbars.GLI -25letters,Bucklands-20,Woodshed-40,andthetavern88.Itwasnotassuccessfulashoped.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3February1,1984PPB -FirstconcertofthesemesterwasJerryGarcia.Tookinover$13,000inticketsalesandthebandcost$12,000.Thenewprojectorsarein.AskedtheSenateforBill44and49.FacultyAssembly-Theyarecurrentlyworkingonabilldealingwithwomen'sissues.-ThereisaresolutiondealingwiththeBarclayBill.Thisisalumpsumbudget.Moneywillcometoourcampusandnot stay inl1bany.OLDBUSINESSBill44 -FritzMessereoftheCommunicationStudiesDepartmentexplainedthathedidresearchfortheSurplusCommittee.Hethenwentthroughthevariousitemsinhisproposal.LouTaravellasaidthathelookedatotherproposals.Thisseemedthebest.Theballroomhasaterriblesoundsystem.Agoodjobwillbedone.Itispossiblethatitwillbeinstalledduringintersession.KarenMcCarthyaskedwherethepricequotescamefrom.FritzsaidBrownSoundSystems.HethensaidthatheproposedasystemtotheSenatein1979buttheDirectorofFinancewasagainstthefoamandhavingspeakershangingfromtheceilingsowegotthesystemthatisintheballroomnow.Hesaidthathewouldinstallthesystemwithafewworkersfromthe:Unionandhewouldoverseethem.JayButtonfeltthatitwasanexcellentproposal.Mr.Wassenaarsaidthathewaseagertoseeimprovementsintheballroom.JayButtonalsosaidthatFritzisdonatinghistimeandmoneywhichwillgobacktothestudents.Therearenoplansfortheequipmentthatisintheballroomnow.MarkTayleraskedwhatwouldhappenifthespeakersweredroppedwhilebeinginstalled.Whowillberesponsible?MikeJones thatitwouldnothappen.MarkproposedthatthecheckbewrittenouttoFritzsincesomeonemightsaythatSAwasindirectlysupportingtheCommunicationStudiesDepartment.SueWrayaskedhow long thefoamlastsandFritzsaidabout20years.MikeJonessaidthatFritziscommittedtoservingthecollege.Hehasdonatedhisservices.Thebillpassedbyavoteof29Y, On, Oa.WhatwillhappentothespeakersalreadyintheballroomwillbeentrustedintheDirectorofFinance.Bill47-AlanRogganobjectedtotheconsideration.Itfailedbyavoteof byavoteof 4n,Oy,Oa, lpinRUlesCommittee.IfitdoespasswecannotdoanykindofbusinessanditcanbebroughtuptotheSupremeCourt.MarkTayler 3.Thereare298residentsintheMackinComplex.Tentripledrooms;itisnotanemptydorm.298isnotapproximately400.DierdreMaleckifeltRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4February1,1984thattheissueneededtobedealtwith ror whatitis-don'tvotebecause or yourpersonal reelings.Lou!Taravella explainedthatthisbillwasnotapersonalissueagainstnaysenatorintheroom.Weshouldgobyourlaws.Bill3hassomanyloopholes.MackinComplexshould twosenators.Willvoteagainstthebill.Theyallshouldbe rairly represented.Timesarechangingsince1981.Weshouldseewhathousingconsidersdormsandcomplexes.Thisisaproblemandweshouldlookatit.AlanRoggansaidthatthebillwasunconstitutional. Ir passedtherewillbe32senatorsandwecouldnotconductbusiness.Bill3Pathrinder andSenecawerethesame.Apportionmentwasbasedon200.Bill3usesapproximatelynotexactly.Feltthatthisbillwasaround-aboutway or gettingPathfinderaseat.SueCastrignosaidthatitisnotunconstitutionaltohave32senators.Theycanmeet gut cannottakeaction.Itisaviolationofourconstitutionforimpeachment.Cannotputabillinthepackettovoteongettingapersonoutofthesenate.WemustlookatapportionmentandbringittotheSenate.Numbershavebeenupanddownduringtheyears.RUles findwhatisbestforthestudentbody.RUlesshouldthenintroduceabilltolowerthenumberofsenators.ThebillfailedbyavoteofOy,23n,3a,lp.Bill48-PassedRulesunanimously.BethKuekermadeafriendlyamendmenttomaketheelectionsonjustMarch5,1984.Inthepasttherehasbeenproblemswithelections.DaveMcNallyresigned.Don'thaveenoughsecurities.Nooneofferstohelp.IfthereisenoughadvertisingwecanpUllitoffinoneday. electionsareduringmidtermweek.AlanRoggansaidthatpeopleareonothercommittees.Ifelectionsarenotrunproperly,someonewillbringupacase.Twodaysarethedirectionweshouldbeheading.Itgivespeopleagreateropportunitytogetoutandvote.Againsttheamendment.SueCastrignosaidthatitistryingtofindoutwho wontheelection.Thissenateis100lazy.Weshouldnotcutstudentsshorttherighttovotebecausesenatorsarenotwillingtodotheirjob.PattiTowerwasinfavoroftheonedayelectionbecausethereisnosecurity.LouTaravella said thatRSVPwillhelpouthopefully.Urgedthetwodayelection.Havethesenateasawholebecometheelectionscommittee.SueWrayaskedifBethwouldwithdrawhermotionifthesenateagreedtobecomeacommitteeasawholeandshesaidyes.Thesenateagreed.DaveMcNallysupportedthebill.Thereisalottobedone.Thebillpassedbyavoteof29Y,On, ea. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5February1,1984Bill49 -PassedthroughRulesandFinanceunanimously.BethBackusstatedthatshestartedworkingongettingtypewritersfororganizationsatthebeginningofthesemester.Duringbudgetsdifferentorganizationsaskedfortypewritersandthe }Flinance Committeeitnowgivingtheirrecommendation.FinanceCommitteepreferredSmithCoronatoSierra.KarenMcCarthysaidthatshewasgladthebillfinallycameontothefloor.ItisnowuptotheSenatewhichonestobuy.KenSteelesaidthatwemusthaveaservicecontractwhichwasavailableonlyfortheSierra.Manypeoplewillbeusingthetypewriters.LouTaravellamadeafriendlyamendmenttochangetherecommendationtotheSierratypewriters.ItwasacceptedbyBethBackus.Thebillpassedbyavoteof23Y,On,2a.Bill50 -PassedRulesandFinanceCommitteesunanimously.PattiTowersaidthatSueCastrignocametousebeforetheattorneywashiredandweagreedtoincurthecostsforthelawyer.Thebillpassedbyavoteof25y,On,Oa.Bill51-PassedRulesCommitteeonlyifarecommendationwentthroughthatthereisnoballoons.Haveotherwaystoadvertise.MarkD'Avirowentthroughthebreakdownofthe$344.55.Heexplainedthatwewantedtogoforastrongcampaign.Thisisnewandhopefullywillestablishaprecedent.Willhopefullyrecruitmembersandletthemknow what isgoingon.WantpeopletoknowwhatSAis.MarkTaylersaidthathisconstituantswillairthatwearespendingmoneyonballoons.JudyPowersaidthatweshouldhavethisday.Weareincollegenowandwedon'tneedgimmicks.BalloonsareamockeryofSA.DierdreaskedMarkifhelookedintoothermeansofadvertisingandsaidthatshecouldnotseeballoonsonFebruary7becauseoftheweather. explainedthattheballoonswouldcreateanattractiontothelobbyandballroom.Itwillmakeitmoreenjoyable.KenSteelesaidthatitwasagoodideaburdidnotthinkitcanbepublicizedenough.Weshouldhavelearnedabouttheeventearlier.PeteDevineexplainedthatwewerehavingtheeventearlysothatpeoplewilljoininthebeginningofthesemesterandgetinvolved.LouTaravellaagreedwithDierdre.Thewholethingseemsupintheair.Hopedsomeonewouldmotiontochangethedate.JayButtonsaidthathewouldinvitesomefacultymembersto ulow intotheballoons.SueCastrignosaidthatballoonsareabigsuccess.Itisnotfrivolous.Wearemarketingourselvesonthiscampus.Wehaveanobligationtoletthestudentsknowwheretheirmoneyisgoing.Twoweeksisanadequateamount of timetoletthemknow.Wewanttogetstudentswhentheyjustgetbackoncampustogettheminvolved.PeteDevinesaidthatweneedballoonstogetpeopletocome.TheywillnotmakeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage6February1,1984appointmentstocome.MarkD'Avirosaidthattheballroomwasbookedupforothertimes.AndyCsontsaidthattwoweeksisampletimetoadvertise.Astotheweather-puttheballooninyourbackpackandfloatbacktothedorm.Janet didnotknowwhatSAwasuntilthisyear.Thiswouldmakepeoplebecomeinvolved.Itwillserveitspurpose.DonAmmannsaidthathewouldliketoseetheSAcalendarsdistributedatthis.timeandthesenateagreed.DebbieVanSisesaidthatasapresidentofaclub,sheisalwayslookingfornewmembers.Thisistheperfectwaytogetpeopletocomeandseewhatisavailable.Thebillpassedbyavoteof21y,2n,Ga.TheAuxiliaryServicesBoardofDirectorsJunionSeatatLargeisnowopen.ThiscommitteeoverseesStudentServices,CollegeStore,etc.Interested?ContactSueCastrigno.Respectfullysubmitted,JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkIhopeeveryonehadagreatvacation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary8,19841.Calltoorder2.RollcallatOswegoAgenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWray6.FinancialReportsKarenMcCarthy7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenator8.OldBusinessBill42Bill53Bill54Bill55Bill56Resolution139.NewBusinessResolution14Bill5710.AnnouncementsBill58Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary8,1984atOswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.RollcallwastakenandMichaelPerrin,DonCorbett,JoanneVitalone,AntonetteDrnek,JanetO'Hara,JohnFitzpatrick,AmyBartellandJayButtonwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill55,56,and57addedtoNewBusiness.AFinancialReportwasaddedunderExecutiveReports,andBill54waschangedtoResolution13.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVE REPORTSSueWray-MichaelPoole, Bryan OgdenandLynnChadwickwereswornin.-AppointedEricHoeglertoStudentServiceschair.-AppointedBethKuckertoElectionschair.-AppointedMarkTaylertoRules.-AppointedJeffBaumtoRules.-TheFinanceChairisopen.-GabrielMontes,BillQuirk,CarrieHillichandAllysonZanewereappointedStudentsatLarge.-TheOffCampusCommitteechairisopen.-VoterregistrationdeadlineforthePrimariesisFebruary3.-TherewillbeaNationalVoterRegistrationConferenceatHarvardFebruary SchoolsthroughoutNewYorkStatewillbepresentforthevariousworkshopsandcaucuses.-21yearolddrinkingage-SuetalkedtoSASU.PadavanwrotealettertoJimTierneysayinghewouldinsertaGrandfatherclause.Heseemstobebackingdownabit.-OnFebruary14therewillbealobbyday.Issueswillincludetheproposedbudget,21yearolddrinkingage,andtheBarclayBill(givecampusesmoremoneytobeflexiblebetweenlines).-Cuomo'sproposedbudgetincludesa$200tuitionand$150increaseinroomandboard.Revenuefromdormswillbe$28.8million.Wedonotwanttoseeanycuts.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateFebruary8,1984Page2-$775,000hikeisproposedinfeeswhichmayincludeapplicationfees,lateregistration,andlibraryfees.FINANCIALREPORTBudgetCouncilwillmeetFebruary11,12,18,19,25,and26.studentAssociationAwarenessDay-seeMarkD'Aviroforanyquestions.Itwillbeheld11:30-3:30inthemainloungeofHewittUnion.NomoreorganizationswillbecomingtotheSenatemeetingsbecauseofbudgethearings.JimWassenaurtoldtheSenatethatSueWraydeservedahandforherspeechtotheCommunityRoundTable.Onethousandstudentsplusareonacademicwarning.promotingscholarshipisallofourresponsibility.Itisanincreasingconern.HowcanSAassertourselvestothisvitalconcern?Vandalismanddamages-hadanexcellentsemester.Fewerincidents.Mr.Wassenaurcommendedthestudents.COMMITTEESRulesNoformalreport.StudentServicesGobacktodormcouncilsandseewhattheywouldliketoseedone.Getolddoneandstartonnew.SUNYAffairsNoformalreport.CommunityRelationsNoformalreportPPB -Friday,February3-Mr . Momat7:00and9:00.Saturday,February4-JailHouseRockinthetavernat3:00and9:30.-MoviecalendarsareavailableinthePPBoffice.Oswego,NewYork13126Elections-Needpollingsupervisorsforeachdorm.Theywillchecktheirpoints2-3timesaday.Meetingsare5:15on Wednesdaa;vyCf:sio .-------------------Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateFebruary8,1984Page3FacultyAssembly-Meetingsarein102LaniganonMondaysat3:00.OCT-WinterFestivalCollegeCommunityRelationsCommittee-freeshuttlebusforpeoplefromcampustoWestParkonFebruary11from12-4pm.-OswegovsRITinHockeyonFebruary17.Thereisa200personlimittotheamountofOswegopeoplethatwillbeletintothegame.Thecostofhockeygameandbusis$10.MikeJones-FritzMesserewillbeginputtinginthesoundsystemintheballroomonFebruary3.-Dropfilesforoffcampusstudentsarenowupstairsbythecafeteria.Bill57-SponsorshipwaspickedupbyDaveMcNally.ThesepeoplewillworkhardonBudgetCouncil.Passedbyavoteof28y,On,Oa.ANNOUNCEMENTSOffCampusCouncilisheldonMondaysat4:30inroom212or214.TherearefouroffcampusSenateseatsavailable.LouTaravella-LeaveamessageinhismailboxifyouareinterestedinjoiningtheSurplusCommittee. R;;;;lF' JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATION Offic" of tl."'1Iic,,-P,,,siJ,,nt studentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary15,1984Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWray6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommittee -PPB DirectorFacultyAssemblySenatorSurplusCommittee7.OldBusinessBill42Bill53Resolution148.AnnouncementsPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary15,1984at/OswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:00.SueZimmerman, Mary JaneRich,MiguelMontes,andLindaHooweresworninasOffCampusSenators.RollcallwastakenandJoanneVitalone,AntonetteDrnekandAmyBartellwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill57and58onspecialorders.Bill53wastabled.SueSmithpickedupsponsorshiponBill55and56.Bill54totalamountwas$5.52.Don AmmannmotionedtotakeBill 42,0f thefloor.LouTaravellaexplainedthatitwasstillbeingdiscussedinRulesandthatitwouldcomeupwithinthenexttwoweeks.Donwithdrewhismotion.TheminuteswereapprovedwithliTheCommunityRoundTable"addedto"JimWassenaartoldtheSenatethatSueWraydeservedahandforherspeechto"EXECUTIVE REPORTSSueWray-AppointedSueSmithasFinancechair.-Janet andPattyTowerwereappointedco-chairstotheOffCampusCommittee.-Becauseofatuitionincrease,3percentofmiddleclassstudentscannotreturntoschoolbecausetheyareunabletoaffordit. hopedallplannedtogotolobbyday.-TalkedtotheMillerMachinistUnion.Ifthedrinkingagegoesto21,economicallytheymaybeintrouble.HelpedfundthebusestoAlbanytolobby. "-After thelobbydayinAlbany,weshouldhavealetterwritingcampaignandpressconferences.-Studentsareverylayedbackthisyear.Wecannotletthetuitionincreaseoritwillhappenevery SueCastrigno-CollegeattorneyCeliaSgroiandJimWassenaarwerepresenttodiscusstherelationshipbetweentheGreekStudentAssociationandthecollege.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2February15,1984JimWassenaarexplainedthatGSAhasahistorythatgoesback8-10years.TheconstitutionandbylawsofGSAhaveevolvedinaloosewayoverthatperiodoftime.AbouttwoyearsagowhenDonHarrisonwastheadvisortoGSA, arevisionoftheirconstitutionandbylawsstarted.InSeptembertalkbeganaboutacrisisexistinginGSAandtheirrelationshiptotheOswegocommunity.Thecrisis is intheirowninternalgovernment.ThroughouttheFall1983semester,Mr.Wassenaarcheckedtoseehowtherevisionwasgoing.OnDecember12,hemetwithrepresentativesofalmostallhousesandsaidtheyhadtogetonwritingtheirconstitutionandbylawsover.Thetaskwasnotproceeding.OnFebruary1,1984,Mr.WassenaarsaidthattheGreekorganizationswerenotrecognized.Toprotectindividualrightsofstudents,hefeltthattheywerenodifferentthanotherelementsofthis' .. community.GSA'Sownscholarshipstandardshaveeroded.Topledgeyoushouldhavea 2.0 GPA,andshouldhavebeenatthecollege for asemester.Mr.WassenaarhasattemptedtoassistGSAwiththeirstandards.Hewantstheirconstitutionandbylawstobeclearer.Atthistimethefloorwasopenfordiscussionandquestions.JanetO'Haraaskediftherewereother organizations oncampusthatwererequiredtosignsomethinglikethis.Mr.Wassenaarrespondedno,nottohisknowledge.Don AmmannaskedwhattheresponsibilityoftheGreekleaderwas.Mr.Wassenaarsaidthatitwastoinformmembersoftheorganization'sstandardsofconduct,andtoregard,respectandenforcethem.Donthenwentfurthertoaskifthepresidentwasresponsiblefortheindividualsconduct. Celia Sgroiexplainedthatthepresidentisrepresentativeoftheorganization.Thereisnointentionforthepresidenttobecomeresponsiblefortheirconduct.Theorganizationitselfwouldhavetotakeresponsibility.LouTaravellaaskedwhatwouldhappenifthecollegedidnotrecognizetheGreekStudentAssociation.SueCastrignoexplainedthattheywouldnotbeabletorecruit campus.MaureenMcDonaldaskedifthereareanyotherorganizationsrecognizedinthisway.Mr.Wassenaarsaidthatnootherorganizationhasbeenaskedtoberecognizedinthisway.BryanOgdenaskedthatifwhatweweretryingtodowascleanuptheconductoftheGreeks.Theattackisthatiftheydon'ttheywon'tberecognized.SueCastrignosaidthatwewantthejurisdicationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3February15,1984overthehouses.Insteadofcriminalcharges,theywillbepunishedbytheadministration.MarkTayleraskedifthiswascausedbyaspecificincidentorthegeneralconduct.SueCastrignosaiditwasthegeneralconduct.MikePooleaskedifitwasdiscriminationtojusthaveGreekssignadocumentandnootherorganization..CeliaSgroisaidthatnootherorganizationhasaskedtohavethisrecognitionandsupportoftheadministration. AllysonZaneaskedhowoneloosesrecognition.Itwasnotstatedinthecontract.SueCastrignosaid that itwasveryambiguous.MaryJaneRichsaidthatsheisinchargeoftheconstitution.Theyarehavingproblemsgettingitthewayitshouldbe.Nowthereismoreofaclarification.MikeJonessaidthatMr.Wassenaarhasgonebeyondwhatisnecessarytoreachanagreement.Ifitisnotresolvedinthisway,theresultswillnotbepleasant.Itisanattempttobringittoaconclusion.SueCastrignoexplainedthatDr.RadleyisadamantabouttheissueandfeelsGreeksshouldsigntherecognition. !1'heGreeksLfeeL_ their violatedwhiletheadministrationistryingtoprotectthem.GSAisaskingforSA'shelptofundalawyertoprotectthem.RightnowGSAhasnorecognition.TammyWalkeraskedwhatwouldhappenifoncampusstudentswereinvolvedinanincidentinaGreekhouse.SueCastrignosaidthateachstudentcanpresschargesagainsteachother.MarkContalessaidthatherecognizedtheproblemwhichexists.Theclauseregardingrecognition to bedeniedatanytimeisaproblem.Thereistoomuchpowerinoneorganizationshands.Somethingmorecompromisingshouldbeputin.PattyTowermotionedtofundforthelawyerforGSAwithnospecificdollarmaount,forprofessionalservices.JayButtonfeltthatitwastooearlytoemploytheservicesofcouncilwhentheissuesarenotclear.Spokeagainstthemotion.Waituntiladocumentisavailable.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4February15,1984JanetO'Haraaskediftherewasanopportunityforanextensionofthedeadline.Mr.Wassenaarsaidthathedidnotknow.JayButtonsaidthat it wasnotclearwhatthedemandswere.Adocumentshouldbeproducedfirst.Cannotapproveacounselifwedon'tknowwhatfor.AlanRoggensaidthattheGreeksneedtoberecognized.IfthedocumentwasnotsignedbyFebruary13,theywouldnotbeabletoadvertiseoncampusandtheywouldbeoutofbusiness.Therearemanyquestionsandlegalcounselseemsanimportantthingrightnow.Don Ammannaskedifwecould.fundanorganizationnotrecognizedbytheStudentAssociation.SueCastrignosaidthatyeswecouldbecausetheGreekspaytheirSAfee.'MaryJaneRichsaidthatsheplanstopresentthenewagreementonFebruary14.Greekorganizationswanttoberecognizedbecausetheyarea corporation.TheagreementisshorttermandgoesuntilMay19.Itisafirststepofmanytohelpsetguidelines.inalongprocess.Itrepresentsalotofwork.MichaelNemeceksaidthatbecauseofthelegalquestionsinvolvedandthepossibilityofviolation.ofstudentrights,hesupportedthecounsel.MarkTaylersaidthathewasagainstthemotion.ThemotionfailedbyavoteoflOy,12n,6a.-Don wasappointedtotheAlcoholBeverageCommittee.-MikeMurrayresignedasDirectorofOCA.SeeSueifyouareinterestedintheopenposition.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-StilldiscussingBill42.-PassedBills53,55,56,57unanimously-MeetingsareMondaysat5:30.FinanceNoformalreport.MeetingsMondaysat6:30.StudentServices-Workingonaself-servicepostofficeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5February15,1984-Workingtogetcable TV oncampus.-ThereturnablecontainerforcanswillsoonbeintheCornerstore.--Lookingintoadditionallightsoncampus.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.Elections-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:15.-Gobacktoyourdormsandrecruitpeopleforthevotingmachines.Hoursare10-8pmMarch5and6.Payis$2/hour.SUNYAffairsNoformalreportCommunityRelations-Willstartgoingtodormcouncilstoincreaseawarenessaboutthecommunity.OffCampuscommittee-WouldliketobuybulkmaterialsfortheCornerStore.-OnFridaytheCornerStorewillbegettingtoiletpaper.Bytheway,JayButtonrecommendedthetoiletpaperforpeoplewithsensitiveskin.-Thereisapossibilityofgettingwashersanddryersintheunion. PPB -Annualpositionsareopened.ApplicationsareavailableatPPBoffice.-Allequipmentforthenewsoundsystemisinanditshouldbeinstalledbytheendofthemonth.-FridaywasFlashdanceat7and9pm.-Thankedthe for the StudentAwarenessDay.Theygotridof25applications.OldBusinessBill54-PassedFinanceasawhole.Julioexplainedthatthisbillgaveusmoneytotakeactiononthedropdate.LouTaravellaurgedalltopassthebill.Passedbyavoteof26y,On,Oa.Bill55-SueSmithexplainedthatitisjusttransferringmoneyfrom one account intoianather. DonAmmannaskedifthemoneyforrefrigerationstoragewouldbeayearlything.JimDingleysaidthatitwillnothappenagain.PassedFinance.Passedbyavoteof27y,On,Oa.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage6February15,1984Bill56-SueSmithexplainedthathecost is onlyforreconditioningofthetypewritersanddidnotincludeaservicecontract.AlanRoggensaidthatthisisjustfollowuponlegislationwhichwehadalreadypassed.SueSmithurgedthepassageofthebillandsaidthatorganizationsareawaitingthetypewriters.Thebillpassedbyavoteof28y,On,Oa.Bill57-PassedthroughFinanceasawhole. Chnis Sanfordsaidthatthe$35coversregistrationfeesforworkshops,speakers,andbanquets.Informationwillbebroughtbackanddistributedtothecampus.AlanRoggensaidthatournumberonegoalwastogetpeopleactivelyinvolvedinpolitics.Thisconferencedoesthis.JayButton thebillandapplaudedthemforwantingtodoit.Thebillpassedbyavoteof28y,On,Oa.Bill58Passed throughRulesasawhole.WentintoFinanceasawholeandJohnBondiaskedifAuxiliaryServiceswasapproachedtopayforthebustripas they:dd lastyear.Notheywerenot.PassedthroughFinance.MichaelNemeceksaid that',.ipart ofthe cast wasbeingpickedupbytheMachinistsUnion.Inthepastithasbeenveryproductive.Urgealltosupportthebill.WecanmakeappointmentstospeakwithourlegislatorswhenwegodowntoAlbany.LindaHooaskedwhatthereasonforgoingtwicewas.SueWraysaidthatitwastokeepconstantpressureonthelegislators.DaveMcNallyaskedwhywedidnotgothroughOCTtogetthebus.AtthistimeDanClark came blastingthroughthedoor.AlanRoggenwasagainstthebillbecause he saidthatitwastoolatetogetappointmentswithourlocalrepresentativesnow.Itispremature.Directlobbyingwithletters.Ifthereisasecondlobbyday,thelegislatorsshouldbecontactedearly.Mr.WassenaarsaidthatsomestudentsmaybeinoppositionofwhatthestudentAssociationthinksandtheyshouldalsobeallowedtogoonthetrip. Quirksaidthatitisagoodideabutthe t.i!ming waswrong.Ithasnotbecomeamajorissuewiththegeneralpublicyet.MarkTaylerspokeagainstthebillbecausehequestionedtheorganization.LynnChadwicksaidthatlettersandpetitionsareofgreathelpbuttogopersonallyshowsmoreconcernonthestudent'spart.JenniferWichseisaidthatlastsemester's:.letterwriting campaign wasnottoosuccessful.Thestudentsareapathetic.Needtodomore.Goingdownwilldoalotofgood.Urgedalltopassthebill.DanClarkfeltthatitwasgoodforpeopletogodown.Therewerefourbuseslastyearandquestionedwhattodowiththeotherstudentswhowishedtogodown.LindaHoourgedalltopassthebilltogivestudentstheopportunitytogotoAlbanyandte11thelegislatorshowtheyfeel.JayButtonhadmixedfeelingsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage7February15,1984aboutthebill.Hequestionedifthebuswasforlobbyingorforeducation.Hopedthesenatorsfeelingsweremoresortedoutthanhiswere.MichaelNemeceksaidthatthebudgethasbeenout.Thisisthemosteffectiveway.Ithasbeendoneinthepastandwearemoreorganized.MaureenMcDonaldmovedthequestionandthebillpassedbyavoteofl5y,5n,Ga.Resolution13-JulioGraciaexplainedthatover1000studentsareonacademicwarning.Heaskediftheschoolwastoughorifthewrongstudentswereadmitted.Acontributingfactorisbecuaseonlyeightacademicdaystodropacourse.Thefirsteightdaysaccountfornothing.OtherSUNYschool'sdropdatesare: StoneyBrook8days,Plattsburgh-upuntilmidterms,Albany-March20.Don AmmannproposedafriendlyamendmentforthefourthlineoftheBeitresolvedthattheword"should"beadded.Itwas not.. accepted. Geoff Weissaskedwhattheoldpolicywas.Itwaseightweeks.SueWrayexplainedthatitmustgothroughFacultyAssemblyAcademicPolicyBoard.Thereisnotenoughtimetodecideonthedifficultyandeffortsofacourseineightdays.EricHoegleraskedwhattheFacultyAssemblyviewswere.SueWraysaidthattheymightbewillingtocompromise.MikeJonessaidthattheStudentAdvisementCenterisnottheplacetoappeal.Astudentshouldgototheacademicdeantoappeal.Theresolutionpassedbyavoteof22y,On,laoAnnouncementsMikeJonessaidthatthesoundsystemequipmentisinandFritzMesserewillstarttoputituponFebruary13.Themeetingwasadjournedat9:05.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniveristyCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary22,19841.Calltoorder2.RollcallatOswegoAgenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportSueCastrignoSueWray6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenatorSurplusCommittee7.OldBusinessResolution158.NewBusinessBill60Resolution16Resolution17Bill619.AnnouneementsResolution17Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary22,1984atOswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03.RollcallwastakenandSueSmith,JoanneVitalone,JanetO'Hara,JayButton,AmyBartellandLindaHoo were absent.AllisonZaneandPattiTowerwereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill42withdrawn.AndyCsontpickedupsponsorshipofBill53.Resolution14waschangedasfollows:Theword" students"wasadded in thefirstWHEREASafter"enrolls381,000".Inthebeitresolved,Proteststheformationofwasaddedafter"0swegohereby".Inthethirdurges,"BoardofTrustees"wasaddedafter"letterstotheSUNY".TheminuteswereapprovedwithCeliaSegroychangedtoCeliaSgroi.JenniferWischerwaschangedtoJenniferWichser,andDonFiskuswaschangedtoDon Biscus. JeffWeisswaschangedtoGeoffWeiss.EXECUTIVE REPORTSSueCastrigno:TheGreeks were recognized.-IfyouhavequestionsaboutSASU regarding theirbudget,askSueCastrigno,SueWray,JanineFrainier,orMichaelNemecek.Beforeyoumakeadecisionontheirbudget,youshoulddoresearch.-SASUBoardofDirectorsmeetingwasSaturday,February18at1:00inRoom217HewittUnion.-Elections-Theslatehasbeenpostedandthecandidatesarebeginningtospeak.Sueextendedhersupporttoeachcandidate.-Needpeopletoworkonthe:ParkingCommittee-twostudentstobefacilitatedbyLynnHemmink.Theywilldiscusstheneedforanincreaseinparkingfees.EnvironmentalCommittee-TobefacilitatedbyDr.VanSchaack.AuxiliaryService Junior Seat-Need50%ontheBoardofDirectors.-Letterwritingcampaignregardingthetuitionandroomandboardincreasewillbeginnextweek.Wewillneedeverybody'ssupport.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2February22,1984BillQuirkaskedthatifabillwassubmittedfora lawyer fortheGreeks,woulditgothrough?SueCastrignosaidthatifitisrepresentativeofthestudentbody.Itwouldbebetteriftherewasadollaramount.-IfyouneedtoseeSue,callherathomeifyoucannotcatchherintheoffice.SueWray-TherehasnotbeenquorumintheFinancecommitteefortwotimesinarow.MeetingsareMondaysat6:30.-FifteenstudentswentontheAlbanylobbyingtrip.Theyweregivenpackets,andeachgroupsaw3-4senators.LobbiedondrinkingageandtuitionincreaseaswellastheBarclayBill.Therewasmoreorganizationcomparedtothepast.Thesenatorslookliketheyareinourfavoronthe21yearolddrinkingage. writingcampaignwillbeMondayFridayfrom to3pmeachday.--Pleasebringback10lettersagainstthetuitionandroomandboardincreasenextweek.-TheWomen'sTaskForceistryingtobeformulatedSUNYwide.-EachbudgetgoesthroughtheSenateforfialapproval.WanttoseethisdonebeforeSpringBreak.-Therearestill10boxesofcalendarsleft.Ifyour dom doesnothavethem,takeaboxback.LouTaravellasuggestedthatthecalendarbeworkedonearliernextyear.SueWrayexplainedthatitisnotinthebudgetfornextyearbecauseitisuptothefollowingadministrationtodecideiftheywanttoworkonit.-SueheardthattheVoterRegistraitontripinCambridgelastweekwasagoodtime.AndyLeahyexplainedthattheytriedtogetstudentspsychedtodothings.Therewere1500studentsthereanditwasverysuccessful.COMMITTEESRules-MeetingsareMondaysat5:30inroom217.Finance-Noformalreport.StudentServices-TherewillbeapetitiondrivetogetaselfservicepostofficeintheUnion.-Needsuggestionsonthingstoworkon.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3February22,1984Elections-Wewillbegettingvotingmachinesfortheelections.-Needpollwatchers.SeeAndyCsont.Itis$2.00/hourandtheyareneededfromlOamto8pm.Twopeoplepertimeslot.-Thingsseemtoberunningsmoothlyrightnow.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:15.SUNYAffairs-TherewillbepetitionsaboutthedropdateintheSenatorsmailboxesnextweek.CommunityRelations-MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:30inroom217.-Somegoalsofthecommitteeinclude:Increasingawarenesstooncampuspopulation.Increasingcommunityawarenesstoresources oncampus.Improveinteractionbetweenthecommunityandstudentsoncampus.SpreadwhatSAcandoforthecommunity.-Some objectives2include: Visitingstudentcouncilstorecruitmembersandstresstheimportanceofcommunityrelations.Researchthepossibilityofpossiblyhavingthehighschoolstudentgovernmentobservethesenate,president,andvicepresidentatworkforaday.OffCampusCommitteeNoformalreport.PPB:-TherearestillopeningsavailableforthePPBboard.-ReadtheflyersregardingBlackHistoryMonth.-Friday,Octapussyat7:30and9:30.-Saturday,TheLastWaltzat3:00and9:30 thetavern.FacultyAssembly-MeetingsareMondaysat3:00inroom102Lanigan.-Therewillbearesolutiondenouncingviolenceagainstwomen.MikeJoneswantedtopersonallyendorceBlackHistoryWeek.Theactivitiesaremixedandwelldesigned.HealsoaddedthatthesoundsystemisexpectedtobefinishedonFriday,February17.Surpluscommittee-MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:30inroom217.DanClarksaidthatSpringBreaksignupsforSyracuseAirport,downstateandDuranDuranwillbeginonFriday.TheEaglebuseswillonlybeusedthrough O""-C........ T ....... _Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4February22,1984OldBusinessBill53-DanZimblerspokefortheHistoryClub.Heexplainedthattherewerefoureventsscheduledforthissemester.Theclubwasnotactivelastyearbecausetheadvisorwasonsabbatical.Therearetwelveactivemembers.Meetingsareheldeveryweek.Speakershavebeencontacted.SueCastrignosaidthatshewasgladtoseetheHistoryClubwasbecomingactiveagain..Itshouldbereviewedasabudgetandthemerititisworth.AndyCsontsaidthattheactivitieswillbeopentothepublic.MichaelNemeceksaidthatitisagoodideatogettheclubbackonitsfeetagainbut$542fortheamountofactivitiesisalotforaclubjustgettingreorganized.Somethingsshouldbecutout.MikeVottissaidthataquestionalwaysaskedatbudgetsisifalloftheeventscouldbeheldwithinthesemester.TheHistoryClubcamewithasoundplanofwhattheyplantodo.Theneedsupportfromthestudentbody.Theyprovideaneducationalexperiencetoallstudentsandweshouldfundthem.TheBillpassedbyavoteof20y,3n,la,lp.Resolution14-E.J.Cuneosaidthatthiscommitteewasstartingabadprecedent.Theytalkaboutspecializingschools.Peopledowntheroadshouldhavethesameeducationthatwehave.DothepeopleonthecommitteereallyknowSUNY?Shouldstudentsbetoldwheretogotoschool?WhartonfeelsthattherewillbeachangeinSUNY.Wecannotsupportsomethingwhichwillhurtusinthelongrun.Thesenatorswillnotbedoingtheirjobiftheyvoteaqainst.BobGhosiosaidthattherewillbemanyimplicationswhichwillbebrouohtonthestudents.WhartonwantstoreduceSUNYsystem.Hehasnotmentionedthatthecommitteewillfindsomethingpositive.Hewantstheschoolstobespecialized.Smallmajorswillbeeliminated.Studentswillhavelittlechoiceofwheretogotoschool.Peoplewhocommutebecauselackoffunds,wheredothevgo?Urgedalltovoteagainst.MaryJaneRichwasin theresolution.Youmusthaveaoroaramwherewecangettoit.MichaelNemeceksaidthatSASUistryingtofindoutmoreinformationonthecommittee.Thecommitteehasnorealpower.Theycanonlymakerecommendations.ThereisapossibilitvthatWhartonislookingforapprovalofthemulti-phaserollinaplan.BruceButlerquestionediftherewasroomforimprovementintheSUNYsystem.andwonderedhowhighofqualitysmalloroqramscanbe.Arewepavinqtuitionhikestosubsidizesmallprograms.MarkTaylersaidthatthecommittee'srecommendationcouldbepositive.Hewasagainsttheresolutionbecausehefeltthatwewereaffraidtogivesomethingnewachance.AlanRoggenopposedtheresolution.Hesaidwewerecondemningsomethingthatmaybepositiveforus.HedidnotthinkthatthecommitteewouldcomeoutRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5February22,1984andsaytoclosecampusesandeliminateprograms.Wecannotopposeacommitteebeforeitsreport.LynnChadwickwasinfavoroftheresolution.ShefeltthatWharton'sattitudestowardSUNYisdefinitelyathreattous.JulioGraciaaskedifthecommissionwasbeingpaid.E.J.Cuneosaidonlyfortransportation.AndyCsontsupportedthebillandfeltthatitmightbetoolateforusifthecommitteecomesoutwithsomethingagainstus.LouTaravellasaidthatnowtheschoolsaresemi-specialized.Thiscommitteemightknowhowtoimproveourefficiency.Weshouldnotcondonethem.Urgedalltovoteagainsttheresolution.JohnBondisaid that wewereblamingthecommitteefornorecommendation.Seewhat thev haveto sav first.Thecommitteehasnolegislativepower.Heopposedtheresolution.SueCastrignosaidthatoutsideinputisgoodfordifferentideas. We needdiversity.ThecommitteemavnotbeabadthingforSUNYnow.Onlyiftheycomeoutwithanegativerecommendationshouldbeact.Mustlookatthefutureoftheorganizationandtheirtrends.Don'tthinkthecommitteewillcloseSUNYdown.Thecommittee will. notdictatetothelegislaturehowthebudgetshouldberun.Ifthingscanbedonethatarejustified,let'sdothem.Weshouldmonitorthecommissionandtellthemwhatwethink.Don'tclosedooronanopportunitvwedidnothaveintheoast.TheresolutionfailedbyavoteofBy.14n,2a.EricHoealervotedagainsttheresolutionbutsuggestedthatwekeepupwithwhatthecommissionisdoing.BruceButlersugaestedthataresolutionbedraftedpointingoutourstandontheissuesandhow we feeloureducationshouldbemaintained.Therollcallvotewasasfollows:JohnBondiLouTaravellaMichaelNemecekDaveMcNally,lulioGraciaBethKuckerDonAmmannEricHoegler WichserMarkTavlerAlanRoggenDiedreMaleckinnynan n nyn n nJudvPowersMaureenMcDonaldE.J.CuneoBruceButlerBillQuirkBobGhosioAndvCsontBryanOgdenLynnChadwickMichaelPooleSueZimmermanMaryJaneRichn nvnyyyayn nyOswego,NewYork13126Themeetingwasadjournedat8:05.Respectfullysubmitted. JocelvnSokolski _Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341

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r'_,.' . .,ssible rangeofsociety.Second, pUblic highereducationisresponsivetopublicneeds. &tpported bypublicfunds,publichighereducationhasa rrandate todeployits reSaJrces inserviceofsociety.Oneservicetosociety that astronglysupportedsystemofpublichighereducationcanprovideisanadequatelytrained '-'Orkforce.&rreau oflaborstatisticsindicate that overthenextdecade,therewillbeashortfallof2.5millionskilled '-'Orkers intheUnitedStates. D::>nald L.Frey, Chainran andChiefExeuctiveOfficer'ofBelland HaNell Co.arguesthattheforthccming infornational agewillbeas conse::}UentialOr the J\merican labor orce as vas theintroductionoftheIndustrialeraseveralyearsago. Fran astrictlydollarsandcentsperspective,publichighereducationisaninvestment with anincreasingrateofreturn.First,publichighereducationspurs ecorx::rni.cgraNththra.Igh increased '-'Orker productivity.second,collegegraduates rrore thanpay Or theireducation thra.Igh thehighertaxes that theypayasaresultofincreasedinccmes.AccordingtotheAmericanAssociationofstateCollegesandUniversities,collegegraduatesearn,ontheaverage, !TOre than$7,500peryear rrore thandohighschCXJlgraduates.Franallstandpoints,publichighereducationisaninvestmentthatoffersvirtuallyunlimitedreturnsinpreparation Ora.Ir nation'sfuture.Sinceitsinceptionin1948,theStateUniversityhashada carmi.t:menttonaintaining lONest possibletuition \tA1.ile takingintoaccamtthefiscalconditionsofthestate.'!hispolicy vas basedonthebelief thatION tuitionisthebestguaranteeofeducational cpp:>rtunityOr allqualifiedindividuals.Accordingtoastudydonebythe ffiucationCarrnission ofthestatesin1978, high tuitionandhighfinancialaid systems forceindividualstoseekoutinfonration al:n.1t theavailabilityandeligibilityforaid.Inthesesystems lONerinccme individuals nay bedeterredatarategreaterthanthose Who applyforadmissionina ION tuitionsystem.Eventhoughitis presuned that anplearrounts offinancialaidareavailableto rrake attendancepossible,itisthepostedprice Which effectsthedecisionof Whether toapplytocollegeinthefirstplace.... '----"_ ..

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-,'.p. --_.-'-_._-._. ....._-_.... -,--TuitionatSUNYThe1983-84 NeN' YorkStateExecutiveBudgetimposedthelargesttuitionincreaseforasingleyearinthehistoryoftheStateUniversity.Inaddition, dorMitory rocrnrates were raisedforthefifth time in fuJr yearswhichfurthersignificantly contriroted toraisingthecostofaSUNYeducation.Stateofficialsarguethattheseincreases were madenecessarybya$1.8billiondeficitthatthestate experienced lastyear. Althoogh thetuitionincrease was thelargestinanysingleyear,itcontinuedatrendofincreasingthefinancial rorden placedon SUNY studentsinplaceofstatetaxdollar support. Infactstate support asapercentageoftheUniversitybudgethasdecreased fran 84%in1975-76to70%in1983-84. While those \\ho thestate rodget arguethat SUNY hasrrerelyincreaseditsfairshareofstatebelt-tightening,statespendingintotal, fran 1975-76to1982-83 gre.v 104%versusSUNY'stotal grCMth rateof43%. TheStateUniversityis nCJ,olsupported withfar nore tuitiondollarsthanbefore.Despitethesetremendousincreasesintuitionandfees,other groops andevenSUNYCollege Administrations haveadvocatedothertuitionrrethodolgiesthat increasecoststostudentseven nore. '!he bNonost significant prop::>sals are"slidingscaletuition"and"differentialtuition". SLID:m3-SCALE 'TUITIONSliding-scaletuitionintheorybasesstudentchargesonanindividualsabilitytopay. Asprqx>sed bytheCitizensPublicExpenditureSUrvey,aconservativetaxpayers groop, this metlrlology provideallthebenefitsthattheuniversitycurrentlyoffers rossiness andindustry"withoutaddingtotheburdenofthisnationIs nostoverrordened taxpayers".Undertheproposal,tuition ranain atcurrent levels forallSUNYstudents with nettaxablefamily incaresbelCJ,ol 14,000and would increasebystepstofulltuition(4,335)forthosewithnettaxable incares above40,000.Ifadopted,theresult betoincreasetuitionforstudentswithnettaxablefamily incares of25,000by101%overcurrent83-84 levels andincreaseby221%forthosestudents with nettaxable incares over40,000.This prqx>sal, byforcingsignificanttuitionincreases, fundamentallychangethenatureandpurposeof enrollnent attheStateUniversity.Also,the incane redistributionachievedbysliding-scaletuitionispatententlyunfair.First,incane redistrirotion alreadytakesplace wi thintheprogressivetaxsysten.Repeatingthisprocess thrcugh SUNYtuitionconstitutesa ne.v taxonmiddle-classfamilieswishingtoeducatetheirchildren. Low-incane studentswillhopefullybesubsidized throogh financialaid, While studentshavetheabilitytopayforcollegeandgraduatedebt-free.Middle-classstudents,noteligibleforlarge arrounts offinancialaidandwithnotenough incane topayforcollegeinfull, will havetogoheavilyindebttopayforahighereducation.Thesliding-scale systan willconstitutea new discriminationagainstmiddle-classfamilies Who already contrib.,tte theirfairshareofdollarsintothepublictreasury throoghinccne taxes.

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.. _,.,_.-.... ...-----_._.--..;"",. .....Sliding-scaletuitiionalsoactsasadisincentiveforretrainingofthe workforce. CurrenUy, over 1/3ofall sttrlents enrolledat SUNY stateoperated canpuses areovertheageof25. A tuition IX'licy\tAlich ltoOuld strainreturningstudents \tAlo havedependentsto supp:>rt tothier rraximum financiallimitwilllikelydecreasetheincentiveandabilitytoattendcoursesforjobretraining.'!his "'OUldsean toundenninetheeffortsofmany YAlo areinterestedintheeconanic devel<:pnent of NewYorl<. Finally, sliding-scale tuitionhasbeen attarpted beforeandfailed.Fran1967-1969,MichiganState cperated onafeereductionsystem. 'TUition wasincreasedfran$350to$501forin-stateresidents.Students ceuld qualifyfordiscountsbasedon incane iftheychoseto shaN acopyoftheirfederalinccmetaxreturn.'!he b..1recratic redtapeandexpenseofthesystemledtoadecisiontoscraptheprogram aftef only two years. DIFFERENl'IAL TUITIONTheconceptofdifferentialtuitionarosefranaseriesofdiscussions arrong SUNYUniversityCenterPresidents ufOn considerationofthe prc:p:>sed 1983-84ExecutiveBudget. As eitherasolutionto b..1dget cuts,or,asa waytogenerateadditionalrevenue,itwas prc:p:>sed thatthere v.ould beahighertuitionratefor sttrlents attendingthefourUniversityCentersthanforthoseattendingtheother b.'enty-five arts&science,agricultural&technical,andspecializedcolleges.'!his prc:p:>sed system ltoOuld significantlyalterthepatternsofenrollmentatthefourCenters,as well astheothercolleges,and 'w'O.lld lesseneducationalopportunityingeneralforall IX'tential SUNY. -sttrlents .SUNYwasestablishedtoprovidehighereducationtoallNewYorkStatecitizens who havetheacademicqualifications,personal fOtential anddesiretolearn.Accesstothispublichighereducation systan isthe hallrrark oftheinstitution:itistheessentialfactor YA1ich distinguishesitfrantheprivateandindePendenteducationsystem. A differentialtuition fOlicy\',QuId reduceaccessand cnoice, and \',Quld rrake theABILITY ro PAYthekeyfactorinadmissiontoaUniversityCenter.Othernegative CCI'lSequences w:Juld c:x:cur asaresultoftheadoptionofadifferentialtuition fOlicy. It would createtheunwantedanddistorted image thatanundergraduatedegreefranonetypeofcampusisbetterthanonefrananother.It w:JUld alsohavetheeffectofforcingthoseabletoattendSUNYintochoosing arrongacademic programsonthebasisofcost,ratherthanchoice.Finally,onceaprecedent becanes established,thereisnoguaranteethatsucha fOlicyltoOuld noteventually erne intoforceattheothercolleges.'!hepresidentsoftheothercampuses ltoOuld quickly beccmejealoos attheallotmentofnewresourcestotheCentersand \',QuIddenand their 0NI1 tuitionincreases.The prc:x:ess \',QuId repeatitselfuntilthere \',QuId benodistinction between SUNYandallprivatecollegesanduniversities.'!heonlydifference ltoOuld bethatanentire groop of IX'tential SUNYstudents,franonegenerationtothenext, cculd notattendanycollegesimplybecausetheycouldnotafford \tAlat was previooslywithin theirreach.

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-....-. ,._ .._... -.-.... ,_.......---. ...,..........._._.,....-----.::"_"_'.-0."_-'_. .. -f._.__ FinancialAid_'!herehasbeencontinuingpressuretoraiseSUNYtuitionbasedonthe pranise that"financialaidisavailable" coopled withtheargumentthatraisingSUNYtuition ''brings federaldollars"toNew York State throogh FederalFinancialAidandloans.'!heseassertionsareunifonned, dangeroos andneedtobedispelled.Onthenationallevel,thefinancialaidpictureisgrim. GJaranteed StudentLoanvolumehasdrcpped22%.'!hisreductionisprimarilydueto new, strictlyenforced,eligibilityguidelines.Underthe new regulations,loanapplicantswithinccrnesover$30,000haveto derronstrate financialneedafterallotheraidandexpectedfamily contriootion havebeenconsidered. Contriooting tothe I1\3.ssive decreaseinthevolumeofGSL' sistheuncertainty nany familiesarehavingoverthe new eligibility requiranents. '!heHigherEducationservicesCorporation estinated a13%reductioninloans When theeligibility requiranentswere tightenedor q:>IOsed totheactualreductionof22%. Mmy thoughtthey were entirelyineligibleforloansanddidnot 'bother toapply.WhencriticsofSUNY'srelatively ION tuitionclaimthatfederalloanswillcovertheincreasedcostsofattendingSUNY,theyaresadlymistaken.In1977,loansasapercentageoftheestimatedschoolyearbroughtfor IONincare familieswas9.B%,formiddle incane familiesitwas11.9%andforhigherinccrnefamiliesit 'laS 5.9%.In19B1,thepercentagesforeach incx::megroopingwere 25.5%,40.0%and46.1%respectively.SUNYstudentsarealready borrONing heavily,andcannotincurheavierdebtsduetoincreasedSUNY-costs.FamiliesofSUNYstudentsarefurtherstrainedto neet increasedcostsduetoavarietyoffactors.First,discretionaryincane (raraining inccrneafterpurchasingnecessities)toput toNard collegecostsascalculatedbytheCollegeScholarshipserviceissubstantiallyinflated.'!heC.S.S.family contrihJtion is41%greaterthantheactual anount ofdiscretionary incane for ION incanefamilies,133%formiddleinccrnefamilies,and224%forhigherincanefamilies, (carpared tothe B..1reau of La'bor Statistics,agovernmentalagency) As'Nell, SUNYfamiliesarenotorabletoabsorbthecutbacksinaidastheirprivateschool coonterparts. Accordingtoa HEOC studentsurvey,21.1%ofSUNYstudentshaveincane above $35,000 while 34.1%ofindependentsectorstudentshavefamiliesearningthisnuchrroney.AstudybyJacob Stanpen stronglybacksuptheideaof"middleinccrnecrunch."Hisfiguresfor1968-74 shew acorrelation between collegecostsandthe Consumer PriceIndex.Fran1968 t.hrc:ugh 1972,thecostofcollegeoutpacedtheC.P.I.and enroll.rrent subsequently drq:>ped. In1974,theC.P.I.caughtuptocollegecosts,and enroll.rrent increased.SUNYhasbeengoing throogh a similar cycle.Between1979-83SUNYtuitionhasbeenrisingatarate wella'bove theHigherEducationPriceIndexandtheConsumerPriceIndex. CUring thesame pericd, tuitionandroanrent,asapercentagecostof disIOsableinccrne, rose16%. As aresult,therewasa 5.5%declineinfull-time,undergraduateswithinSUNY,duetolargeparttothespiralingcostsoftuitionand roam rent.

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TIle argumentthathighertuitionatSUNYschoolswillbringfederaldollarsinto Netl Yorkvia ITDre loansandaid, nay bevalidto sane degree.But W'lat isnotfiguredintothisclaiminthe enornous financial rorden theloansputonparentsand/or stooents.'!herronthly installmentsofastudent W'l0borroNed the rraxinum ($10,000) arna.mt ofaloan w:>ld havetopayalnost$175a monthor$2,100ayear.'!hisisalikelyoccurrenceiftuitionandroc:rnrentscontinuetoescalate,and w:>uld beasnuchaspaymentsona netl car. '!he'I\.litionAssistance Program(TAP)within NetlYork State 1NaS designedtogiveneedy stooents in Netl York asubsidyfortheirtuitioninordertoattendcollege.unfortunately,theseadmirablegoalshavefallenbythe 1Nayside. In1981,thelegislatureincreasedthe naxirnumincare eligibilitytoreceiveaTAPawardby$5,000. '!his1NaS an attanpt torecapturethefamilies W'l0, throughinflation,hadbeendeniedTAPbecausetheyhadexceededtheincane limit.f-bNever, the$50 minimum awardincreaecannot crnpare toa$300increaseintuitionfor 10N'er divisionstudentsfran1977-81anda$300increaseintuitionsince1981.Theproblemsofeligibility,availability and accessibilityforfinancialaid,bothfederalandstate,hasledtoashiftinSUNY enroll.nent awayfranstateoperatedcollegestocamunitycolleges.Fran1975to1983, camunity college enroll.nent expandedthree tirres therateoftherestofSUNY.PatternsofTAPrecipientsofmiddle incare familiesbetweenFall'79andFall'82declinedslightlyatthestate-operated carrpuses andincreasedatthe cx:rmunity colleges... TIlese statisticsareduetothe phencrrenon calledthe"middle-incarecrunch".This rhrase hasbeenusedtodescribefamiliesstruggling thra.1gh therecessionandunabletopaythefullcostsofcollege,butatthesametimehaving incaneenoogh tobeineligibleforfinancialaid.IncreasesinSUNYcostswillcontinuetopenalize sttrlents offamilies W'l0 havealreadypaidasubstantial arrount forSUNY throoghNewYork Statetaxes,andatthesametimecannotaffordapublichighereducation.Finally,afactsheetrecentlypreparedbythe American CouncilofEducation s'hoNed thatneed-basedstudentsaidprogramshavedeclinedby23%inreal tenns between'80and'83.Withnoincreaseinthe minimDn TAPawardinthepastyear and a$300tuitionincreaseand$150roanrentincrease,thetimeis tostopcostincreasesattheStateUniversity. pc .. 0r."A,:l.S inJi.1: ( .9 t

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MythsDispelle-dcurrently,thereexista numberof Itthsalxxlt SUNYandSUNYtuitioninthe Governor Isoffice,thelegislatureandthepublicingeneral.'!hese J'C!{ths, perpetuatedovertheyears,haveobscuredthetruthandareincreasinglydifficulttostruggleagainst. '!heGovermr inthe83-84Executive hJdget, theprivateschool lobby andcertaintaxpayer grc:ups haveadvocateda IX'siton that would increasetuition levels basedonthese ITths. ThemythsaboutSUNYanditstuitioninclude: 1. '!hecostofSUNYtuitionshouldbebasedtotallyoneducationalcosts,whichareeasyto cx::npute. Findingthe"truecost"ofaneducationisadiffieultprocessduetocoststhatarenotdirectlyrelatedtoinstruction.Infact,notoneschoolintheUnitedStateshas cane upwitha''best'' fomula. SUNYstudentsshouldnotpayatuition .hich isunfairlybasedonthecostsof SUPIX'rting publicserviceincludingfourhospitalsandincrediblyhigh donnitory bond redenption. '!heseindirectcostshavenorelationwhat-so-evertotheusualcostsofaneducation,andarethereforenotreasonable.2.SUNYtuitionispresently ION, thereforeitshouldbehigher.SUNYtuitionisnot ION inanysenseofthe "-Ord.CNerall, SUNYtuitionistheninthhighestinthenation.SUNY Camunity Collegetuitionisthehighestinthe camtry. SUNYstudentsalreadypaynuch rrore thantheirfairshareofthecostsoftheireducation,andtheirsharekeepsrising.Since1975,statesupportasapercentageoftheSUNYbudgethassteadilydecreasedatatime .hen tuition,roanrentsandfeeshaveincreasedtorecordlevels.3.Othernortheasternpublicuniversitieshavehighertuitions,thereforeSUNYtuitionshouldbehigher.Otherstateshistoricallyhavenothadthe carmitment topublichighereducation'that New Yorkhas,andthustheysupporttheirpublicuniversitiesfarlessorhardlyatall. Catparisons withNortheasternstatesareinvalidbecausethesizeandqualityoftheir systems ortheir camrl. tmenttotheir systems arenotthesameasNewYork.A rep:)rtby theHigherEducation Cotmittee hasnotedthe follcwi.ng: "Saneofthenortheasternpublicuniversitiesareonlypartiallysubsidizedbytheirrespectivestates, nuch likethestatutorycollegesatCornellarepartiallysubsidized thrc:ugh SUNY(e.g.RuthersofNewJersey). sane areonlythehighertiersin nul it-level systersin rrost casesthe lONer tierschargetuitionrates belOf/ thoseofCUNYandSUNY(e.g.PennState,theUniversityofConnnectieut,theUniversityofMaine,theUniversityofMarylandandtheUniversityofMassachusetts).ItisalsoquestionedwhetherNewYorkIstuition levelsshc:uld bedetenninedinpart by thoseof Vermont, andNewHampshire-states .hich donotplaceaheavyreliance upon broadbasedtaxes."

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4.Privatecollegetuitionishigher,thereforeSUNYtuitionshouldbehigher.Independentcolleges a.n:i universitiesservetheneedsofadifferenttargetpopulationthandopublic tmiversities. '!hestatehasno bldget orlegislativeauthoritywithrespecttosettingtuitionlevelsatprivateinstitutions.It \<\oOUld be rrore rationaltoview lew tuitionasapublicpolicydesignedtoenhanceaccesstohighereducation byencaJraging privatecollegestokeeptuition dONIl.Additionally,Ne.o1 YorkStategivesdirectaidtoit'sprivateinstitutions throogh "BundyAid". Ne.o1 Yorkcurrentlygives rrore aidtoitsprivateinstitutionsthanall49otherstatescanbined.'!hereisnoreasonto punish those who attendSUNYtogiveprivatecollegesanadditional "carpetitive edge."5. SUNY is"stealing" stooents awayfranprivatecolleges,thereforeSUNYtuitionshouldbe higher. Many pecple arguethatSUNYtuition sbJuld behigherbecausetheybelievethatSUNYis"stealing" stlrlentsCMayfran privateschools.'!hisisnotthecase.Infact,inthepasteight years, independentcollegeshaveincreasedtheirshareofthetotaldegreecredit enrol.1.Irent in New YorkState by 4%whileSUNY'ssharehasincreased by only2.3%.Clearly,inthepasteightyears, indeperrlentcx:>lleges havefaredbetterthanpublicuniversitiesinattracting stooents. 6.Financialaidis ahmdant, thereforeSUNYtuitionshouldbehigher. NothingcaIld befurther fran thetruth. M:>st campuseshaveafinitefinancialaid h.1dget'Ahich doesnotstretch when othercostsincrease ari!1/ ortuitionrises. en thenationallevel,financialaidhas becare apoliticalfootball,withfewsubstantialincreases,and,infact, rranycutbacks inallprograms.ArecentfactsheetprePared by the AmericancaJncil inFducationreportsneedbasedfederal stlrlent aidprogramsdeclined by 23%inlocalterms between fiscalyear1980 ari!1 fiscalyear1983.Areport by thecaliforniaPost-Secondary FducationCormrl.ssiondatOnstrated thatduringtheReagan Administrationyears, federalfinancialaiddidnotincreasesufficentlytocovercostsacrossthe l::loard. Statefinancialaid programs, suchasTAP,coversonlytuition,notfees, rocrn rent a.n:i boardcosts.For rroreinforrration concerningthe myths that surroond SUNYobtain "Access inCrisis,AStudyin 'fuition PolicyattheStateUniversityofNewYork"published bySASU orcontactSASUat ene ColumbiaPlace,Albany,NewYork12207.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenat19thLegislativeSession25thMeetingFebruary29,19841.Calltoorder2.Rollcall Offi"" of ti,,,'lIi",,-pruiJ"nt atOswegoAgenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSuecastrignoSueWray6.CommitteeReports Ru!es FinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenatorSurplusCommittee7.OldBusinessBill53Bill60Bill61Bill62Resolution168.AnnouncementsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociation Offi"" of '1Ii,,"-P,,,siJ,,nf StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSessionFebruary29,1984MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandBethKucker,JoanneVitalone,AmyBartell,MichaelPoole,andLindaHoowereabsent.Theagendawasapprovedwithresolution17onspecialorders.MaryJaneRich,JanetO'Hara,andLynnChadwickpickedupsponsorshipofresolution16.TheminuteswereapprovedwithAndyZimblerchangedtoDanZimbler.EXECUTIVE REPORTSSueCastrigno-LookingintogettingafulltimelawyerfortheStudentAssociation.Itisverymuchintheplanning.-NothappywiththeactionoftheSenateforBill59.regarding oswegonianbeingfundedforaconference.-Bill53regardingtheHistoryClub.Suevetoedit.ShewasdisappointedattheSenateforthe ofmoneytheyallotted.$542wasanexceedinglyamountofmoney.Clubsonanaverageget$300forayear.Thebillwasnotlookedinto.Leavelittlemoneyforanexistingclubwhoneedscontingencymoney.Keepsupportinmoderation.SueWray-SueSmithresigned.-Financechairisopen.-Letterwritingcampaignregardingthetuitionhikeandroomandboardincreaseisgoingwell.-TherewillbeaThirdWorldconferenceinBuffaloonMarch3-4.-Women'sCaucusconferenceApril13,14,15atPlattsburgh.-BudgetswillbeginWednesdayafterthemeeting.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Noformalreport.FinanceNoformalreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2February29,1984StudentServices-Calendarswillbedonenextyearandhandedoutthefirstcoupleofdaysofschool.-LookingintogettingentertainmentinfrontofLaniganandMaharforachangeofpace.-PetitionswillbeavailableforaselfservicepostofficeintheUnion.-TalkingtotheIndustrialArtsDepartmentaboutgettingstairsbythelake.-meeti.ngsare5:30onWednesday.Elections-Needvotingmachinepollwatchers.-Thingsarefunningsmoothly.SUNYAffairs-Petitionsforthedropdaywillbe available soon.CommunityRelations-MeetingsareTuesdaysat4:30.=afficerswillbecontactedinthehighschoolfor daywiththeSenate.-Theobjectiveforthisprogramwillbetoenhancestudentknowledgeofwhatthisstudentbodydoesandtogainknowledgeofhowtorunabetterstudentgovernment.affCampusCommittee-CheckingintowashinganddryingmachiaasintheUnion. -MeetingsareThursdaysat5:30inroom226.PPB -March8willbeBlottoat8pmintheBallroom. Tickets are $1 SAand$5non-SA.-3:00and9:30inthetavernwasPolyester.-Fridayat7:00and9:00wasTradingPlaces.-Tuesdaywas400BlowsinLaniganat7:00.-Receivedover60applicationsforthePPBboard.Faculty No formalreport.SurplusCommittee-MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:30inroom217.affCampusCouncil-BruceButler-Bruce taat nosenatorsshoweduplastweekfortheaccmeeting.Thebodyatlargedoesnotknowwhatisgoingon.ancampussenatorsattendDormCouncils.accsethemselvesasanelitistgroup.Somepeoplehavebeen gOing alotforacc.Weraisedourownfunds.Peoplequestionourrighttoexist.48%ofthestudentliveoffcampus.Wehaveuniqueproblemssuchasrentproblems,landlords,nomoneytoeat.Theseproblemsshouldbedealtwith.accisnotwhatitcouldbebecauseofRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3February29,1984ignorance.Somepeoplewanttobesenatorswithouthelpingtheirconstituents.IfthereisaproblemwiththeOCCstructure,maybeitisbecausesenatorshavenottriedtochangeit.OCCisheretostay.Hopeitreceivesmoresupportinthefuture.Hopethatoffcampusstudentsinthefuturewillhavesenatorswhocare.OCCmeetingsareMondaysat4:30.LouTaravellasaidthatmaybesenatorswhowereappointedshouldberetracted.MarkCantalesexplainedthattherewerefouropenseatsandonlyfourpeopleapplied.Itisnotthejobofthesenatetodecidewhofitstheseat.OLDBUSINESSBill53-SueCastrignovetoedthisbill.TheSenatetabledit.Resolution15-JeffBaumexplainedtheBarclayBill.Thepresidentcannotincreaseordecreaseprogramsinthebudget.Thepresidentshouldbeabletodevelopownprogramsandprioritieswiththebudget.Itwillbettertheefficiencyoftheschool.MichaelNemeceksaidthatthebillisstillactive.Urgedalltosupportit.Ifthebillpasses,thesavingsoncampuscouldbeusedforotherthings.LouTaravellaaskedifitgavePresidentRadleythepowerofhowdepartmentsarerunoristhereaboardsetup.JeffBaumsaidthatSUNYstillmakesthepolicy.JayButtonwasinfavoroftheresolution.Ifwesavemoneyhere,wehavelittlecontroloverwhereitgoesasof now. Itgivesthechiefexecutiveofficerofthecollegethesame pover thechiefexecutiveofficerofthesenatehasoverfunds.Wecanusethemoneythewaywelike.MarkTaylersaidthathewasinfavoroftheresolutionbutwonderedifitmightcausetermoilbetweendepartments.LynnChadwicksupportedtheresolutionandsaidthatitshowedconfidenceintheSUNYsystem.AlanRoggensaidhewasinfavorofitbecauseitencouragesefficiency.SueCastrignosaidthatthereisaproposaltogivelumpsumsofmoneytofourcampusesonanexperimentalbasis.BillQuirkaskedwherethemoneywouldcomefromiftherewasamajorcatastropheoncampus.Canwegobacktothestate.SueCastrignosaidthatthereisinsuranceandacontingencyfund.Resolution15passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution17-JanetO'Haraexplainedthatthereisaneightweekprobationperiodwhichwilldetermineifrestrictionmeasureswillbetaken.Studentsunder19canattendthefunctionwithoutconsumingbeverages.Ifevolkedright,theycouldnotattend.ActiontakenRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4February29,1984becauseoftwomajorincidences.Theprobationperiodshouldbehighlypublicized.RA'sarebecomingpolicemen.Plannersandregistrantsofpartiesareresponsible.E.J.Cuneoaskedwhentheeightweekperiodbegan.MikeJonessaidFebruary13.E.J.thenaskedwhatthecommitteewouldlikethesenatetodo.MikeJonessaidthattheyareaskingforhelptosolveaseriousconcern.Therearemanyabusesofalcohol.Studentsdon'trecognizethestatelaw.Thecommitteeisaskinghelpinpublicizingthistohelpupholdthelaw.LynnChadwickaskedwhatthemajorchangeswouldbeinthecampuspolicy.MikeJonessaidthatthereisapossibilityofnotletting18yearoldsintotheparty.Theremaybecompleteprohibitionforpeopleunder19.Lookingintowhatotherschoolsaredoing.SueCastrignosaidthatthisisareality.Wearetakingastandforstudentrights.Whatwecoulddoistoletourconstituentsknow.Thecollegehastherighttomakethisadrycampus as wellasexclude18yearoldsfromactivities.Wedeservetherightsweareaskingfor.Let'smakeanefforttomakeitbeknow.LouTaravellasaidthatitisverydifficulttoregulate.ConstituentsmakeitveryhardonRA's.Don'twanttoseethe18yearoldsloseprivlegetoattendtheactivityorforalltolosedrinkingprivleges.MarkCantalessaidthatthismusttaketheeffortofallindividuals.Itisourresponsibilitytohelpthemreachthatconsciousness.JayButtonsaidthatwewerealltalkingabouthowtoeducatethestudents.Drinkingwasaprivlegetakenawayandwemusthelpthesepeoplesotheycanadjust.Resolution17passedbyavoteofacclamation.ANNOUNCEMENTSDaveMcNallyannouncedthebuildingofamonumentforwarveteransinOswego.Weshouldtrytoraiseanddonatemoney.Therewillbearafflesoon.AtthistimeDaveMcNallyspitonEricHoegler'sback.MarkCantalesannouncedtahttheOCCmeetingswere4:30onMondaysinroom212or214.Therewillbefreecoffeetooffcampusstudents.Lookingintostartingaforumformentodiscussthingstheydeemnecessary.Thisisanissuewhichconcernsallofus.Wanttoimprovetherelationsbetweenmenandwomen.Themen'shockeyteamadvancedtotheECAC's.MikeJonesannouncedtheOutstandingAchievementAward.ThisisalocalversionofWho'sWho.Publicizeittoyourconstituents.Thisawardisinrecognitinofstudentswhovolunteertimeforthecollegeprojectsandactivities. Cannot receivecreditorbepaid.TheRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5February29,1984deadlineisMarch12. We areshorthandedtwomembersonthejanitorialstaff.PleasecleanupaftereachSenatemeeting.Thankyou.OCT-DanClarksaidthatticketsforDuranDuranbustripwillbeginonFriday,March24.TherearealsosignupsforbusestoSyracuseAirport,thebusstationanddownstate.Themeetingwasadjourned at 7:37.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSOkO{Ski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of ti,eCVic:e-pregdent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession31stMeetingMarch7,1984Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoSueWray6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenatorSurplusCommittee7.OldBusinessBill60Bill628.NewBusinessBill63Bill64Bill65Bill669.Announcements10.BudgetsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession31ndMeetingMarch7,1984atoswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.RollcallwastakenandJulioGracia,JoanneVitalone,JayButton,AmyBartellandMichaelPoolewereabsent.PattiTowerandBethKuckerwereabsentwithaproxy.ChrisBonnellwasalsoabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill60tabled,Bill62tabled,andBill53offthetable.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVE REPORTSSueCastrigno-JeffWeissappointedtotheAuxiliaryServicesBoardofDirectorsJuniorSeat.SueWray-SpringfestwillbeatFallbrookonMay5.Studentmarshall'sareneeded.Theywillbepaid$50.TheyaretosignupinRoom210Culkin.Leavename,addressandtelephonenumber.-Women'sHistoryWeek-conveyinformation-BudgetaregoingtobegingoingthroughtheSenate.COMMITTEESRulesNoformalreport.FinanceNoformalreport.StudentServices-Lookingintogettinglightsbehindthelibrary.-LookingintogettingmoreparkingforoffcampusstudentsbySwetman.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.Elections-Pollmoverswereneeded.SUNYAffairsNoformalreport.CommunityRelationsNoformalreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(3151341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1984Page2OffCampusCommittee-MeetingsareThursdaysat5:30inroom226HU.-AsurveywillbedoneregardingwhatOffCampusCommitteecandofortheoffcampusstudents.-Washersarepending.PPBDirector-ModernEnglishappearedMarch4.Tickerswere$4SAand$6NSA.-BlottowillappearMarch8at8:00.Ticketsare$3SAand$5NSA.-JoePassappearedMarch5at8:00.Tickerswere$4.50SAand$6.00NSA.-WargameswaSshownintheballroomonFridayMarch2at7:00and9:15.-EntertheDragonplayedonthetavernonSaturdayMarch3and3:00and9:30.-Tuesday,March6SpringBreakplayed,in101Laniganforfree.FacultyAssembly-Passedaresolutionregardipgminorityrecruitment.-Add/dropresolutionwillbedealt with onMarch12.SurplusCommittee-Workingontwomajorprojepts.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:30on tpe HewittUnion.ChrisSanfordannouncedthatamanwas inthelibraryforexposinghimselftoawoman.TheOneidaHall!rapecaseisinactive. OLDBUSINESSBill53-SueCastrignohadvetoedthisbill the previousweek.AmemberoftheHistoryClubexplainedthatall fof theprogramswereforthebettermentofthestudentsofthe AlanRoggensaidthatapathyisabigproblemonthis camBus. Thisclubhasanorganizedplanandgoals.Weagreedto them.Theirendsandgoalsareclear.Executivevoteisout oi line.Suppressingourrightstodictatepolicyofthe branch.Abillshouldbevetoedonlyifitisdetrimentaltothe body.JimDingleyalsowasagainstthevetobecausehesaid that weshouldnotbecomparingoneclubtoanother.BruceButler felt that$542wastoomuchtogivetoaclub.SueCastrigno believethatthisbillwasdetrimentaltothestudentbody.welmustalsolookatcontingenteventsforotherclubs.Wantthe toactresponsible.Givetheclubanamountthey use.$542foraclubwhichisjuststartingistoomuch.Thevetoiwasoverriddenbyavoteof8y,17n,3p.AlanRoggenmotioned for $269.SueZimmermanRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone1315}341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1983Page3commendedtheHistoryClubfortheirorganizationandenthusiasmandwasinfavorofthe$269.TheBillpassedwiththeamountof$269byavoteof24y,On,4a.Bill60-Tabled.Bill61MovedintoRulesasawholeanditpassed.MovedintoFinanceasawhole.YuvalBarkokhbawentthrougheachevent.Theywanttogetpeopletoparticipateinrecentactivities.Don Ammannobjectedtothebottomlineof$363.AlanRoggensaidthattheorganizationhasshowntheyhaveanorganizedstructurefortheirevents.BethBackusaskedwhytheywaitedsolongtocomeforfunding.YuvalexplainedthatthePOLISClubwasnonexistant.Peoplereallywanttogetinvolvednow.BillQuirksaidthatorganizedclubsshouldcomeforfundinginSeptemberandthisthiswasabadprecedenttoset.SuzanneKwasniewskisaidthattheconsiderationatthetimeisservingthestudents.Theclubshouldbegivencreditfortheirefforts.MaryJaneRichfeltthatthereweretoomanyeventstoholdfortheamountoftimeremaininginthesemester.$363passedbyavoteofl3y,7n,7a.Bill62-tabled.Resolution16-E.J.CuneoexplainedthattheyreevaluatedwhattheSenatewantedtodoregardingResolution14.Thisresolutionshowsthedirectionthatwewantedtotake.Thereisaneedtokeep intheliberalartsandsciences.MaryJaneRichsaidthatwearelettingthecommitteeknowwearewatchingthemandactonitsfindings.ThelanguagehasbeentoneddownfromResolution14.LynnChadwicksaidthatweshouldlookattheresolutionwithanopenmind.Urgedalltopassit.BobGhosioexplainedthattheresolutionhasbeentoneddown.TheviewsofResolution14havebeentakenintoconsideration.Therearenostudentsonthecommitteeandweneedtheirinput.Peopleshouldknowwhatthecommitteedoesandourjobistoletpeopleknowaboutit.BruceButlersaidthatResolution14wastooharsh.Resolution16saysveryweelwhatthestudentswanttosay.AlanRoggensaidthatResolution16didnotchangetheessenceofResolution14.Puttingastudentonthecommitteewouldbebiased.SUNYisunlikeanyotherinthecountry.Itisimportanttomaintainanopenmind.Ifwehavefearsaboutthecommittee,weshouldgotothefieldhearingsofthecommittee.Thisresolutionattacksthecredibilityofthecommittee.LouTaravellafeltthatthestudentsshouldnotcomefromSUNYtositonthecommittee.Thecommitteemighthelpusinthelongrun.BruceButlersaidthatRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1984Page4theresolutioninformspeoplethatweareawareofthecommittee.Wemustexpresssomethingnow.ThereisagoodchancethattherecommendationswillbeputintoeffectbeforeSeptember.WeshouldsaythatwewanttokeepSUNYatthecurrentsizeandscope.Urgedalltosupporttheresolution.BobGhosionsaidthatstudentrepresentationisveryimportant.Theresolutionisnotnegative.Thecommitteeisnotgivingustangiblethingsandtheywerenotbroughttogethertolookatthebudget.Theresolutionpassedbyavoteof22y,2n,laoMikeJonesannouncedthatSueCastrignoandSueWraywerenominatedfortheOutstandingYoungWomenofAmerica.PleasecleanupaftereachSenatemeeting.MitchRosenthalsaidthatwehavetolivewithnuclearpowerandthattheNineMileEvacuationPlanBookdoesnottellthestudentsoncampuswheretogo.Thislegislativebodyshouldlookintoit.JanetO'HarasaidthatshehashadthegreatesttimeworkingwiththeSenateandwishedshegotinvolvedwithitsooner.DaveMcNallyhandedoutthe50/50raffletickets.Themeetingwasadjournedat8:05. JocelynSokolskiRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1984Page5The26thMeetingwascalledtoorderat8:20tostartbudgethearings.RollcallwastakenandJulioGracia,BethKueker,JoanneVitalone,MichaelPoole,SueZimmermanandLindaHoowereabsent.MichaelNemecekwasabsentwithaproxy.MRA r:Equipment-Requested$1971.35and$1700wasrecommendedbyBudgetCouncil.BethBackusexplainedthelineswhichwereadded.MarkTaylermotionedfor$1700anditpassed.2.Officials-Requested$7357.00and$5902.50wasrecommendedbyBudgetCouncil.AlanRoggenmotionedtoraisethefootballofficialslineto$2625makingit$5/game.E.J.feltthat$2.50/gamewasadequateenoughtocompensatetheofficials.AlanRoggensaidthatfootballisthemostphysicalandhasthemostinvolvement.Outofcontrolbecauseofficialshavenocommittment.Wegetwhatwepayfor.Qualityofplaydeclines.JenniferWischerquestionedifmorerefereeswouldshowupfor$5.BillQuirksaidthat$2.50/gamewasadequatetocompensatetheofficials.MaryJaneRichfeltthat$5/gamewasoutrageous.MarkTaylersaidthat$2.50/gamewasridiculour.Itisnotenoughtogettherefereesout.KarenMcCarthysaidthatthelinewasrecommendedaslastyear.Wedon'thaveenoughtmoneyforofficialstobefundedat$5/game.Ifwegivethem$5/gametherewillbeinequity.Therecommendationisfair.BobGhosiosaidthatifweraisethefootballofficialspaythenwemustraiseallofthem.LouTaravellamadeafriendlyamendmenttolowerthemotionto$3/gamewiththestipulationthattheofficialstakeawrittenexam.ItwasnotacceptedbyAlan.Alanalsofeltthathockeyofficialspayshouldberaised.E.J.saidthatiftheofficials toofficiate,theywill.Don Ammannsaidarecordshouldbe bekeptofwhichrefereesshowupandiftheydon'ttheyshouldbebanned.AndyCsontmovedthequestionanditpassed.$2625failed.MarkTaylermotionedfor$4.35/game. Dave Zurlothoughtthataworkstudyshouldbedeveloped.$2.50isinsane.Refereestakealotofabuse.Noonewillofficiatefor$2.50.Ifraisedpeoplewillstickwithit.AlanRoggensaidthatbyfundingthemmoremoney,wewillgetbetterrefereesmoreoften.$2625failedbyavoteof8y,l4n,laoBillQuirkmotionedfor$5902.50forofficials.BethBackusexplainedthattheequipmentmanwasnotincludedinlastyearsbudgetforicehockey.Asupervisorisneeded.MaryJaneRichsaidthattheresponsibilityfortheequipmentisgreat.AndyCsontmotionedafriendlyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1984Page6toincreasethelineto$6222.50anditwasnotaccepted.$5902.50passed. 3.Trophies-Requested$296and$296wasrecommended.BethBackusexplainedthatthetrophesarefortheteamandthemedalsareforindividuals.$296passed.4.Miscellaneous.$375wasrequestedand$300wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatlesschedulesshouldbeprinted.$300passed.5.Supplies-$19.25wasrequestedand$0wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatsuppliesshouldbetakenoutofmiscellaneousline.BethBackussaidthethescheduleswereprintedforfreelastyear.Thisyeartheywon'tbe.Themoneyisneededforsupplies.BillQuirkmotionedfor$0anditfailedbyavoteof8y,lIn,2a.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$19.25anditpassedbyavoteof13y,5n,Oa.6.StudentSecretary-Requested$504and$500wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltweshouldmaintaintheirpresentallocation.BobGhosionmotionedfor$500anditpassed.7.Incomeline-$835.00passedTOTALBUDGET-$7882.75MEN'SRUGBY1.GameCosts-$644.22passed.2.UnionDues-$540.00passed.3.UniformsandEquipment-$40passed4.OfficeSupplies-$72.00passed5.Transportation-$2532.00passed6.Meals-$2280passed.TOTALBUDGET-$6108.22Men'sRugbyfeltverycomfortablewiththeirrecommendation.EXECUTIVEBRANCH1.President'ssalary-Req.$1725.00for20thsessionand$575.00for21stsession.MarkTaylermotionedfor$2300.00anditpassed.2.Assistant'ssalary-Req.$894.44forthe20thsessionand$255.56forthe21stsession.Thisisper ofpresident'ssalary.Passed3.Receptionist-Requested$3000.00and$2800wasrecommended.Budgetcouncilfeltthisamountwillallowforpeaktimesintheoffice.$2800.00passedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1984Page74.Conference-Requestwas$940for20thsessionand$60for21stsession.Fundasrequested.$1000.00passed.5.ExpenseAccount-Requestwas$112.50forthe20thsessionand$37.50forthe21stsession.BudgetCouncilfeltthat$150.00wasadequatetoprovideforbusinesstypeexpenses.$150.00passed.6.OfficeSupplies-$750.00wasrequestedfor20thsessionand$250.00forthe21stsession.Fundasrequested.$1000.00passed.7.Telephone-$1500wasrequestedforthe20thsessionand$500forthe21stsession.Fundasrequested.$2000.00passed.8.Publicity-$311.00wasrequestedforthe20thsessionand$89.00forthe21stsession.Fundasrequested.$400passed.9.VoterRegistration-Requestwasfor$183.35.Recommendationwas$0.BudgetCouncilfeltthattheseitemscouldcomeoutofsuppliesline.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$183.35.BillQuirksaidthathedidnotknowtheextentofvoterregistration.$1000officesuppliesissufficienttocoverthecostforvoterregistration.Urgedalltovoteagainstthemotion.LynnChadwichsaidthatweshouldfunditat$0.Officesuppliesisenoughforsupplies.$183.35failedand$0passed.10.Calendar-$2500 requestedand$0wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthat the executiveswillwantacalendarnextyear,theyshouldcomebeforetheSenateintheformofabill.EricHoeglersaidthatStudentServiceswilldoandcalendarandthattheywillbelookingforsponsorstofundit.$0passed.TOTALBUDGET:$10,800.00SAILING ORGANIZATION1.MembershipDues-$197.50passed.2.Supplies-requestwasfor$365.00and$235.00wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthiswasadequateforsupplies.Theyalsofeltthat$250feetofropewasexcessive.E.J.motioned$50forrope.Theorganizationexplainedthattheyuseitforsplicing.Therearemanypeopleoncampuswhowanttolearntosail.$50passedforrope.Donmotioned$270forsuppliesanditpassed.3.RegattaFee-Requested$35and$35wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthiswasaworthwhiletournament.$35passed.4.InstructionandFacilities-Requested$800and$800wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthiswasagoodprogramtotakepartin.Themotionfor$800passed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1984Page85.TeamTravel-Requestwasfor$580.00and$510wasrecommended.BudgetCounciladjustedfiguresforaccuratemileage.Motionfor$510passed.6.Equipment-Requestwasfor$966.25and$443.25wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthat7lifevestswassufficient.Shouldbuildgradually.Loudhailerrecommendedat$0becausetheyfeltthatMaritimewouldhaveaservicetocommunicatewiththeboats.Items3-7wererecommendedasrequested.Theorganizationexplainedthatpeopleontheboarandlandmusthavelifebestson.Theyaremandatory.Need15tobuyseveralsizes.TheorganizationalsosaidthatthelifejacketsatMaritimearedonatedandareinbadshape.Loudhailerisneededtocommunicatewiththeboats.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$443.25.MarkTayleremphasizedtheimportanceofthelifevestsandspokeagainstthemotion.Wemusthaveuptodateequipmenttoprotestlives.BillQuirksaidthatthereisastockoflifevestsalready.Felt7wassufficient.LynnChadwickwithdrewhermotion.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$716.25toinclude15lifevests.$716.25passedbyavoteof18y,3n,Oa.7.Telephone-Requested$20and$20wasrecommended.Amountwassufficienttocovertelephonecommunication.$20passed.8.Postage-Requested$5and$5wasrecommended.Amountwassufficienttocovercommunication.$5passed.9.OfficeSupplies-$25wasrequestedand$25wasrecommended.Amountwasadequatetoprovideforgeneraloperations.$25passed.TOTALBUDGET:$2583.75WOMENtSRUGBY1.Meals-Request$1650Recommendation$1320. Budget Councilfeltthat20playsat$6/mealwasadequatetoplaythegame.Theorganizationexplainedthattherare28activemembersnow.BillQuirkmotioned$1320anditpassed.2.Transportation-Request$1394Recommendation$897.75.BudgetCouncilsaidthatthedecreasewasbasedonaccuratemileagefiguresand$.35/miles.TheyalsofeltthatWomen'sRugbyshouldnotbefundedfortherentalofvansfromoutsidevendorsforeachoftheeightgames.Theorganizationsaidthattheyhavetorentfromoutsidevendorsbecausetherearenocarsamongthemembers.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$1394.JanetO'HarasaidthatBarilla'scharged$48adayforastationwagon.Theorganizationsaidthattheyarepackedincarsandneedavantokeepeverybodytogether.KarenMcCarthysaidthatthereisinequityfundingthemat$1394.WemustworkwithinabudgetRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateMarch7,1984Page9figure.Itisunfairtofundat$.46/mile.Wemustbeconsistent.Don Ammannfeltthat$1394wassufficientbecausetheplayersshouldnotbecrammed.PattiTowercalledthequestionbuttherewasanobjection.DiedreMaleckicalledthequestionanditfailedbyavoteof8y,lIn,Oa.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$1000becauseshefeltthatBudgetCouncilrecommendationwastoolow.Thisisacompromise.BillQuirksaidthatweneedconcreterationale.andnotanarbitraryfigure.HefeltthatBudgetCouncil'srecommendationwasadequate.KarenMcCarthysaidthattheamountshouldbebasedonwhatwethinkisfairtoallorganizations.Mealsandtravelareonlyasubsidy.MaureenMcDonaldcalledthequestionbuttherewasanobjection.Shefeltthatweshouldnotpullanumberoutoftheair.JudyPowersmovedthequestionanditpassed.$1000failed.EricHoeglermotionedfor$897.75anditpassedbyavoteofl2y,6n,lao3.GameCosts-Requestwas$420Recommendation$672.64.BudgetCouncilfeltthatathleticlimeand shouldbe uptoequipmentline.LynnChadwickmotioned$672.64anditpassed.4.Equipment-request$153.50Recommendation$49.00.BudgetCouncilsaidthataballcouldbepurchasedfor$45likethemen'steam.Theorganizationsaidsocksarerequiredandareneededtocompletetheuniform.Rulesbooksareneededtoeducateplayersofgamerules.Needadecentballtoplaywith.BillQuirkmotionedfor$49anditpassed.5.Telephone/OfficeSupplies-request$84.95Recommendation$70.00BudgetCouncilfeltthat$70wasadequateforofficesupplies.Organizationexplainedthattheydouseallofthesesupplies.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$70anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET:$3009.39SENATEBRANCH1.VicePresidentRequest$1260.54for20thsessionand$464.46forthe21stsession.Recommendation$1725.BudgetCouncilrecommendedtoreinstatethesalary.Thevicepresidentisnotmandatedtostayallyearsothisdoesnotincludeasummersalary.$1725passed.2.Assistant-$565.00requested-$565recommended.$565passed.3.Secretary-$933requestedfor20thsessionand$267forthe21stsession.$1200passed.4.OfficeSupplies-$788requestedforthe20thsessionand$200forthe21stsession.Recommendationwasfor$978-passed.5.Telephone-$1400requestedforthe20thsessionad$400forthe21stsession.$1800passed.iRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage10March7,19846.ExpenseAccount-$112wasrequestedforthe20thsessionand$33forthe21stsession.Recommendationwasfor$150-passed.7.Election-$1900requestedand$1900recommended.-passed.SueWrayexplainedthatanassistantisnotneededforthe21sessionbecausethevicepresidentistryingtogetacquaintedwiththejob.Loudisagreed.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$8313bottomlineanditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$8313.00FINANCE1.DirectorofFinanceSalary-$3600requestedand$3600recommended.BudgetCouncilpartiallyreinstatedthesalary.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$3600anditpassed.2.AssistantDirectorofFinance-$1800wasrequestedand$1800recommended.BudgetCouncilpartiallyreinstatedthesalary.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$1800anditpassed.3.BookkeeperSalary-$13000wasrequestedand$13000recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatameritincreasewasappropriate.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$13000anditpassed.4.SecretarySalary-$8500wasrequestedand$8500recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatanincreasewasinlinetoupgradethebasesalary.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$8500anditpassed.5.SpecialProjects-$200wasrequestedand$200wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatthisamountwasadequateforincidentalprojectsandconferenceswhichmayarise.JohnBondimotionedfor$200anditpassed.6.ExpenseAccount-Requestwasfor$100andtherecommendationwasfor$100-passed.7.OfficeSupplies-$1550passed8.SAstickers-$700passed.9.Printers-$1800passed.10.Telephone-$1800passed.11.AuditFee-$300passed.12.BankCharges-Requestwasfor$2532.60andtherecommendationwasfor$2532.60.Theincreaseisdue bankingsystem.$2532.60passed.13.Disability-requestwasfor$2000and$2000recommended.Thisisbasedoncostsincurredthisyearandinlieuofinformationregardingdisabilitypayments,$2000wasadequate.$2000passed.14.Taxes-Requestwasfor$3000andrecommendationwas$3000.Thisamountwasadequatetoprovidepayrollandsalestaxpayments.$3000passed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage11March7,198415.SvsContracts-$4600requestedand$46recommended.Thisamountisadequatetoprovideforservicecontractoncopierandtypewriters.$4600passed.16.ComprehensiveInsurance-$5300requestedand$5300recommended.ThisisanadequateamounttoprovideforCornerstoreandautoinsurance.$5300passedTOTALBUDGET-$53,482.60The27thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:15onThursday,March1,1984.RollcallwastakenandJulioGracia,JenniferWischer,JoanneVitalone,BillQuirk,BryanOgden,SueZimmerman,andChrisBonnellwereabsent.LouTaravella,MichaelNemecekandMarkTaylerwereabsentwithaproxy.LOCO r:--Administrative Assistant.RequestWasfor$700$650wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthiswasfaircompensationforservicesrendered.Organizationexplainedthattheassistantputsinmorethan20hoursperweek.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$650anditpassed.2.OfficeSupplies-requestwasfor$679.11andrecommendationwa$550.BudgetCouncilfeltthisamountwasadequatetomaintaingeneralofficesuppliesandcopyingmachine.Organizationexplainedthatcopyingwasneverincludedinthebudgetandtheyneedmoremoney.Havealreadyspent$306thisyear.BudgetCouncilfeltthattheorganizationcouldfinditintheirbudget.EricHoeglersaidtheyshouldrunthingsoff on the machine.GeoffWeissmotionedfor$550anditpassedbyavoteoflly,6n,lao3.Telephone-Requestwasfor$782.88andrecommendationwasfor$782.88.BudgetCouncilfeltthatthiswasanecessaryamounttocarryoncommunicationbasedonmonthlycharges.$782.88passed.4.Publicity-$650.60wasrequestedand$471.40wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthat2-fullpageadsand pageads were adequatetoadvertiseworkshopsandservices.MaryJanecalledthequestionand$471.40passed.5.Conferences-requestwasfor$250andrecommendationwas$136.BudgetCouncilincludedthe$20membershipand$40/personand$9X2peopleX2nightsforlodging.Weshouldonlysubsidize.Organizationexplainedthatexpenseshavegoneup.MikePooleaskedwahttheylearn.Organizationsaidtherepurethroughoutthestate,helpotherschools,tradeideas,getRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage12March7,1984communicationgoingon.PeteDevineexplainedthat2wasenoughtosendbecauseitisheldinthefallandthesetwopeoplecancomebacktosharetheinformation.LynnChadwickmotioned$194basedon$40X3people$20conferencedues,$9X3peopleX2 = 54.MaryJaneRichcalledthequestionand$194passed.6.Posters-Requestwasfor$600and$500wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltitwasenoughtocarryonmailinglistandupgradinglandpersonsliststhroughouttheyear.ThisisavitalserviceforLOCO.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$500anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET:$3,148.28RAPECRISIS1.OfficeSuppliesandAdvertising-Requestfor$224.11andrecommendationwasfor$218.21.Thisisbasedon pageadsandvariousofficesuppliesforgeneralofficeuse.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$218.21anditpassed.2.Education-Requestwasfor$125.55and$125.55wasrecommended.Fundasrequested.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$125.55anditpassed.3.Postage-Requestwasfor$50and$50wasrecommended.Thiswasanadequateamountforcommunication.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$50anditpassed.4.Transportation-$40wasrequestedand$20recommended.SufficientamounttoenabletheleaderofRapeCrisisCentertogotoconferences.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$40.BobGhosiofeltthatiftheinterestistheretheyshouldgototheconferencesandsupportedthemotion.LynnChadwickcalledthequestionand$40passed.TOTALBUDGET-$433.76COMMUNITYSERVICES1.TemporaryServices-Requestwasfor$1624and$1540wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatthisamountwasadequatetocompensate2coordinatorsat$2.75/hourX10hours/weekX14weeksasemester.PattiTowermotionedfor$1540.Theorganizationsaidthattheyputinmorethan10hoursperweek.JeffBaumcalledthequestionand$1540passedbyavoteofl3y,5n,lao2.SuppliesandExpenses-Requestwasfor$248.78andrecommendationwas$220.BudgetCouncilfeltthisamountwasadequatetoprovideforgeneralofficesuppliesandexpenses.Organizationsaiditwasfine.BobGhosionmotionedfor$220anditpassed.3.Events-Requestwasfor$767and$767wasrecommended.BudgetRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage13March7,1984Councilfelttheseeventswereaveryvaluableserviceandthatthisamountissufficienttocarrytheeventson.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$767anditpassed.4.Transportation-Requestwasfor$257.40and$107.40wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfundedasrequestedexceptforconferencefees.Feltitwasnotrightforustopayforotherschoolstocomeherealthoughwearenotadversetohavingtheconference.Organizationsaidconferencefeeswereforthingsneededfortheconference.Thiswouldbethefirstcommunityservicesconference.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$107.40.Theorganizationsaidthatschoolsareinterestedindoingthis.BethKuckerwasagainstthemotionandsaidthatsinceitisjustgettingofftheground,weshouldonlysubsidizethem.DonAmmannfeltthatweshouldnotfundforotherschoolstocomehere.BobGhosiocalledthequestionand$107.40passed.BobGhosionmotionedtosetupaconferenceaccountlinefor$100.JohnBondifeltthatitwasnotnecessarytofundnowbecuasethe conference isnotorganizedyet.TheycancometotheSenateiftheyneedthemoney.BobGhosionsaidthatitwasagoodideatohaveotherschoolscomehere.$100willgivethemmoneytoworkwithtosetitup.EricHoeglersaidthatmoneywillgoforspeakersanddemonstrations.Theorganizationisabigthin.Goodideatoseehowotherschoolsrun.LynnChadwickwasagainstthemotion.MikePoolewasagainstalsobecausetheorganizationsaiditwouldbefindtocomebeforetheSenate.$100failedbyavoteof7y,l2n,Oa.5.Postage-Requestwasfor$180and$150wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthisamountwassufficientforcommunicationwithvolunteers,agencies.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$150anditpassed.6.Telephone-$253.44wasrequestedand$253.44wasrecommended.Aspermonthlys.ervicechargesbyAT&T.$253.44passed.TOTALBUDGET-$3,037.84CHEERLEADERS1.Equipment-Requestwasfor$1066.20and$551.40wasrecommended.Thisamountwassufficientfor12sweaterswiththerecommendationthatitattempttobeaco-edsquad.GoldenRimshouldbecontactedforfunds.MaryJaneaskedwhatwaswrongwiththeshirtsnow.Theorganizationsaidtheonestheyhavenowaretorn.GoldenRimhasproblemsfundingthebasketballteam.DiedreMaleckisaidthattheyhaveabaseandshouldworktofundraisetherest.JeffBaurncalledthequestionon$551anditpassed.------------------Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage14March7,19842.Supplies-$8.95wasrequestedand$8.95recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthisamountwasadequatetoprovideforsigns.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$8.95anditpassed.3.TravelFunds-Requestwasfor$137and$0wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthattheCheerleadersshouldfurtherpursuetheGoldenRimfurtherduetothefactthatthecheerleadershelpsupportthem.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$0.PeteDevinesaidthemotionof$0doesnotmeantheycan'ttravel.Theycouldtravelwiththebasketballteamontheirbus.MaryJaneRichcalledthequestionand$0passed.4.Fundingforcoach-Requestwasfor$150and$0recommended.BudgetCouncilstronglyurgedtheCheerleaderstosetupastructurewhichwillenabletheofficerstoregulatetheclubsactivities.FeltstronglythattheorganizationshouldbestrivingforselfgovernancelikeeveryotherSAorganization.BobGhosionsaidtheyshouldcheckintohavingastudentasacoach.MaryJaneRichaskedifthecoachfromMexicowasgettingmoneyforgas,andwouldshestillcome.Theorganizationsaidyes.Don Ammannmotionedforfor$0.PeteDevinesaidthattheorganizationsaidtheyneededacoachtosetupcheers.Onepersonatthebeginningofthesemestershouldbeselectedtobeincharge.BobGhosioncalledthequestionand$0passedbyavoteof8y,5n,4a.TOTALBUDGET-$560.35WOMAN'S SOCCER 1.Equipment-requestedwas$700and$160wasrecommended.Thiswastoprovidefor2gameballsat$40X2,and4practiceballsat$20X4.BudgetCouncilfeltthisasagrassrootorganizationandshouldbefundedasaclub.Theorganizationsaiditwasnotgrassroots.Itisrequiredthatteamhastheexactuniforms.PeteDevinesaidthattheorganizationshouldstartasanintramuralteam.E.J.askedtheorganizationwhytheydidnotputsocksintothebudget.The thattheyfelttheywereaskingtoomuchalready.Hopedfor$700whichtheyrequested.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$515toincludetheballs,20shirts,1goalieshirtandgoaliepads.PattiTowersaidthattheorganizationshouldnotstartintramurals.Thereisaneffortforhorneandawaygames.UrgedtheSenatetoacceptthis.Alansaidsocceristhemostinternationalsportintheworld.Itwillbeamajorvaristysportin2-3years.Someoneshouldmotionfor$700wasrequested.BobGhosionfeltthat$515wasagoodcompromise.MikeMarinoRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage15March7,1984saidthattheyshouldstartasanintramuralteamandthenmovetoWVSo.$515isexcessive.SueWraydidnotagreewithBudgetCounciltobeintramural.TheyshouldbepartofWVSo.Theyshouldbeplayingvarsitygamesandnotscrimages.WeshouldtellWVSotogetridoftotebagsandluxuryitems.JeffBaumwasinfavorof$515.Wewouldbedenyingthemtherighttostartanorganizationifwedidnotfundthem.MaryJaneRichamendedthemotiontotableWomen'sSoccer.Alanfeltthatitwasaterriblemotion,weshouldsetabudgetandthemgiveittoWVSo.Weareavoidingtheissue.Theorganization saidthatanewsenatewillbecomingin.LynnChadwickmovedthequestionandthemotionpassed.Women'sSoccerwastableduntilgettingintotheWVSObudgetwascheckedinto.OCA r:OfficeSupplies-$300wasrequestedand$200wasrecommended.BUdgetCouncilfeltthisamountwasadequateenoughtofundforgeneralofficesupplies.Organizationwentthrough$150inonesemesterandhavetransferred$100fromanotheraccount.PeteDevinesaidthattheyalreadyhavesuppliesandtherewillbesomeleftover.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$300anditpassed.2.Conference-$350wasrequestedand$200recommended.Thisamountwasadequatetopayfortrainingseminarsandadvice.BudgetCouncilfelttheinformatinwouldbelostgoingrightbeforethesummer.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$350.LynnChadwickmadeafriendlyamendmentfor$290for3delegatesanditwasnotaccepted.PeteDevinefelt5delegateswasexcessive.Twopeopleissufficient.Organizationsaidthatitisnecessary have5delegatesbecausewehavealot to offerother'schools.BobGhosioncalledthequestionand$350failed.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$290forthreepeopletoattendtheconference.$290passed.3.DirectorsSalary-$700wasrequestedand$600recommended.Amountadequatetocompensatedirectorsforamountforesponsibilitiesandhoursworked.PattiTowermotionedfor$600anditpassed.4.Publicity-Requestwasfor$194.50and$194.50wasrecommended.AmountsufficienttopublicizeeventsheldbyOCA.JeffBaummotionedfor$194.50anditpassed.5.Telephone-Requestwasfor$342.84and$190.80recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatonelineissufficienttocarryoncommunication.Theystronglyencouragedtohavestrictercontrolsandencouragedthemtobuyalockandlogbook.Theorganizationsaidthatitisnecessaryto have twoseparateRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage16March7,1984lines.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$342.84.Theofficesareintwodifferentphysicallocations.Twoextensionswillallowfornointerruptions.Onelinewouldbelessofprivacy.$342.84passed.6.Publications-Requestwasfor$1560recommendationwas$1028.18.BudgetCouncilfeltthatthepublicationsshouldbecondensedinordertoefficientlyusethespace.Don Ammannmotionedfor$1028.18becausetheycanmaketheissuesasmalleramountofpages.Theorganizationexplainedthattheygetadiscountbecauseweorder16pageissues.Donwithdrewhismotion.PattiTowermotionedfor$1560anditfailed.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$1040.AlanRoggenwasagainstitbecausethereshouldbe6issuessinceitwasbeneficialtotheoffcampusstudent.$1040passedbyavoteof12y,3n,la.7.Programming-Requestwasfor$950andrecommendationwas$800. This wasenoughtoprovideforprogramming.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$800anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$3,567.34WOMEN'SCENTER1.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$492.25and$254.45wasrecommended.a)Paper-6issuesX6pagesX500copies.Theorganizationexplainedthattheyalsousedthepapertopublicizeevents.BethKuekermotioned$238.Women'sCentershouldbegivenpapertoadvertise.Don Ammannurgedalltofailthemotion.PeteDevinefeltthepapercouldbepaidforfromanotherline.PattiTowermadeafriendlyamendmentfor$214.20anditpassed.b)Stencils-Requestwas$35and$14wasrecommended.Don Ammannmotionedfor$14anditpassed.c)Dittos-Requestwasfor$43.50and$14.50wasrecommended.Thiswassufficienttoprovidetoprovidefordittos.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$14.50anditpassed.d)Xeroxing-Requestwasfor$15and$5recommended.Thisamountwassufficienttocovercopyingcosts.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$5anditpassed.e)Advertising-$22.75wasrequestedand$22.75recommended.JeffBaummotionedfor$22.75anditpassed.f)Miscellaneous-Requestwasfor$75and$20recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthisamountwassufficientforgeneralofficesupplies.Don Ammannmotionedfor$20andsaidthatiftheyneedmoreitcancomeoutofotherlines.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$75.PeteDevinesaidthatwescrutenizedinBudgetRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage17March7,1984Council.Janetsaidthatmuchofthiscanbefoundinotherareasoftheofficesuppliesline.Friendlyamendmentfor$25wasnot aecepted. Friendlyamendmentfor$40wasaccepted.MikeMarinosaidthatthingspurchasedthisyeararethingsthatshouldstaywiththeorganization.$40failed.E.J.Cuneomotionedfor$20anditpassed.$290.452.Advertising-$150requestedand$89.60recommended.Thisprovidesfor pageand pageadsintheOswegonian.JohnBondimotionedfor$89.60anditpassed.3.Postage-Requestisfor$60and$50recommended.ThisamountisadequatetocoverpostageforARISE,networking,andreturnpostageonfilms.$50passed.4.Education-a)Speakers-Requestwasfor$450and$400recommended.$400passed.b)Films-Requestwasfor$320and$280recommended.Thisprovidesfor2filmsat$60eachtoco-sponsorand2filmsat$80each.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$320.Alanmovedthequestionanditfailed.PattiTowerfeltthatitwasveryimportanttohaveallofthefilms.PeteDevinesaidthatBudgetCouncilwasnotadversetohavingthefilms.Wewillfindmoneyintheeducationline.DiedreMaleckisaidthattheyshouldworkwithinthebudget.E.J.Cuneosaidthatfilmsarethebiggestthingforthisorganizationforwhattheyaretryingtoproject.Theyshouldget$320.Themotionfor$320failed.JanetOtHaramotionedfor$280anditpassed.c)Magazines-Requestwasfor$800and$400wasrecommended.Thisamountwassufficientformagazines.40orderedwastoomuch.Eachjournaladdressesdifferentissues.Theyareavailabletoallstudents.Thisreflectsincreasesinthepublications.BethKuekermotionedfor$708.PattiTowerwasagainstthemotion.JanineFrainersaidthattheyareallveryimportant.Don Ammannfeltthat40journalswereexcessive.$708passed.d)Books-Requestwasfor$600and$200wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatthereshouldbeagradualbuildingofthelibrary.Theorganizationsaidthat$200wasunrealistic.Don Ammannmotionedfor$200anditpassed.$1588.005.Transportation-Requestwasfor$300and$200recommended.$200passed.6.Communication-Requestwasfor$500and$436wasrecommended.Thisamountisadequateforcommunication.$436passed.TOTALBUDGET-$2,654.05WVSOandMIAweretableduntiltheywereapproachedwithputtingRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage18March7,1984Women'sSoccerintothebudget.The28thMeetingwascalledtoorderat12:30.RollcallwastakenandJulioGracia,DiedreMalecki,JoanneVitalone,AllysonZane,JeffBaum,MichaelPoole,andChrisBonnellwereabsent.LouTaravella,JenniferWischer,PattiTower,JeffWeiss,BobGhosioandLindaHoowereabsentwithaproxy.SOLID STATE1.MusicAccount-Requestwasfor$550andrecommendationwasfor$402.50.Thisisa15%increaseinthemusiclinefororganizationasawhole.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$402.50anditpassed.2.EquipmentandSupplies-Requestwasfor$915and$615wasrecommended.BudgetCouncilf.eltthatthe$300forthenewguitaramplifiershouldgothroughFixedAssets.AndyCsontmotionedfor$615anditpassed.3.Concerts-Requestwasfor$1000and$600recommended.Thisisthesameallocationaslastyear.% shows X$125each.BethKuekermotionedfor$600andit,passed.4.InstrumentRepairs-Requestwasfor$500and$500recommended.Historicallyrepairsaccounthasbeendrained.Thisamountisadequate.LynnChadwickmotioned for. $500anditpassed.5.Insurance-Requestwasfor$210and$210recommended.Thisamountisnecessarytosecuresafetyofequipment.$210passed.TOTALBUDGET-$2,327.50LouTaravellamadeamotiontofundorganizationsatBudgetCouncilrecommendationiftheorganizationdoesnotshowup1houraftertheirscheduledtime.Itpassed.OPERATIONSANDSERVICES1.FamilyPlanning-Requestwasfor$3900Recommendationwas$3900. $75/session.JohnBondimotionedfor$39.00.BryanOgdensaidthathewasagainst sexbutwill voteforconstituencies.E.J.feltitwasanunnecessaryservicebutthisisaneedoncampus.Don Anunanncalledthequestionand$3900 pasf:;ed. 2.CentroBusService-$17300wasrequestedand$17300recommended.E.J.Cuneomotionedfor$17300reflectinga15%increase.$17300passed.3.CandidateElections-$700requestedand$700recommended.Thisisbasedon10candidatesat$70each.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$700anditpassed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage19March7,19844.EmployeeBenefits-Requestwasfor$500and$500recommended.Thisisanadequateamountforpresentemployeebenefitsforfulltimeemployees.AndyCsontmotionedfor$500anditpassed.5.PriorYearsExpenses-Requestwasfor$1500and$1500recommended.Thisisanadequateamounttocoverexpensesnotplacedonbooksinappropriateyear.DonAmmannmotionedfor$1500anditpassed.6.SASU-Tobediscussedatalaterdatewhenrepresentatives are present.7.SeniorClambake-Requestwasfor$5000recommendationwas$5000.Fundasrequested.$5000passed.8.DirtDay-Requestwasfor$800and$800wasrecommended.Fundasrequested.DonAmmannmotionedfor$800anditpassed.9.StudentRefunds-requestwasfor$5000and$5000recommended.Thisamountisadequateforrefundingstudentinternsandexchangestudents.DonAmmannmotionedfor$4000sinceonly$2500hadbeenspentthisyear.$4000passed.10.Miscellaneous-Requestwasfor$100and$100recommended.Thisissetupstrictlyforaccountingprocedures.$100passed.CONCERTBAND1.Insurance-Requestwasfor$250and$225recommended.Thisisbasedonincreaseinsurancecosts.JenniferWischermotionedfor$225anditpassed.2.Promotions-Requestwasfor$450and$367.60wasrecommended.Thisamountwasadequatetoprovideforprograms,posters,adsanda$50increaseforsoloistorconductor.$367.60passed.3.Music-$200wasrequestedand$172.50passed.Thisisasufficientamountfornewmusictakingintoaccounta 15%increaseformusicorganizations.$172.50passed.4.Equipment-$550requestedand$550recommended.Thisamountisnecessaryforupkeepofequipmentandsupplies.JohnBondimotionedfor$550anditpassed.5.UnformMaintenance-$250wasrequestedand$250recommended.Thisamountisnecessaryforupkeepofcurrentuniforms.BethKuekermotionedfor$250anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$1,565.10COLLEGEORCHESTRA1.Promotion-RequestwasThistakesintoaccountOswegonianandposters.for$150and$90recommended.advertisingfortwoconcertsintheMarkTaylermotionedfor$120.ThreeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage20March7,1984concerts$40/each.KarenMcCarthyfeltthat$90wasadequate.MarkTaylersaidthatattendanceforthefallshowshasbeenpoorandtheyshouldadvertisethroughouttheyear.JudyPowerscalledthequestionanditfailed.JohnNemecekmotioned$90anditpassed.2.Music-Requestwasfor$250and$115recommended.Thisisbasedona15%increase.Theorganizationexplainedthattheyhadjustordered.threepiecesandtheywere$150.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$115.MiquelMontesmadeafriendlyamendmentfor$150anditwasaccepted.Don Ammanndisagreedwith$150.Weshouldincreasemusiclineonly15%asperallothermusicorganizations.Wewouldhavetoincreaseothermusiclines.JudyPowercalledthequestionandthemotionfailed.Don Ammannmotionedfor$115anditpassed.3.Equipment-Requestwasfor$300and$300recommended.Thisallowsforrepairs.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$300.Don Ammannwasagainst$300becausehefeltthatfoldersshouldcomeoutofanotherline.LouTaravellaagreedwithDon.Moneyfromthisyearshouldbeusedforfolders.AndyCsontcalledthequestionand$300passed.4.Performers-Requestwasfor$450and$75wasrecommended.Theorganizationexplainedthatthey need peopletofillspotswherethereisnobodytoperform.LouTaravellafeltthattheorchestrawasastudentrunorganizationandshouldbekeptthatway.Thereisnoreasonforthis.Itisnotfair.BethKuekermotionedfor$75anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$580.00CHAMBERSINGERS1.Publicity-Requestwasfor$150and$90recommended.Thisisanadequateamountforpublicityandlightsforthreeoncampusconcerts.MarkTaylermotioned for $90anditpassed.2.Music-Requestwasfor$450and$345wasrecommended.Thisisperthe15%increaseformusicorganizations.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$345anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$435.00STATE SINGERS1.Music-Requestwasfor$400and$255recommended.Thisisbasedonthe15%inmusiclinesformusicorganizations.MarkTaylermotioned$255anditpassed.2.Publicity-Requestwasfor$100and$50recommended.ThisisRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage21March7,1984anadequateamounttoprogressivelyaddtoaslideshow.MarkTaylermotionedfor$100.SueZimmermansaidthatthereisaneedtoincreasepublicitylinesformusicorganizations.andagreedwiththe$100motion.PeteDevinesaidtheorganizationhadnotspentanythinginthelasttwoyears.LynnChadwickmovedthequestionanditfailed.BillQuirksaidthat$50wassufficient.LouTaravellafeltitwasveryimportanttoadvertiseheavily.Theorganizationsaidthattheydidnothavetoadvertisebecausepeoplecarneanyway.Nowthereisaneedtoadvertise.AndyCsontsaidthatpublicityisneededforourconstituentstoknow.$100passed.TOTALBUDGET-$355.00COLLEGECHOIR1.Publicity-Requestwasfor$150and$90recommended.Thisamountisadequatetopublicizeandstageforthreeoncampusshows.$30/show.BethKuekermotionedfor$90anditpassed.2.Music-RequestwaSfor$400and$287.50recommended.Thisisperthe15%increaseinmusicorganizationsmusiclines.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$287.50anditpassed.3.Cleaning/maintenance-Requestwasfor$200and$205recommended.Thisisbasedon45robesX$4.50each.MigueMontesmotionedfor$205anditpassed.4.Folders-Requestwasfor$100and$70wasrecommended.Thisisbasedoncontinuingbuildupoffolders.MarkTaylermotionedfor$70anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$652.50UMOMarkTaylermotionedforbottomlineonthesummarysheetanditpassed.1.Meals-Requestwasfor$2940and$2940recommended-Passed2.Lodging-requestwasfor$3501and$3501recommended-passed3.Transportation-Requestwasfor$3942.50and$3942.50wasrecommended-passed.4.Equipment-Requestwasfor$195and$195recommended-passed.BudgetCouncilhasnoconceptualproblemswithUMO.Itwasafairbudget.TOTALBUDGET-$10,578.50MIXEDCHORUS1.Publicity-Requestwasfor$100and$60recommended.ThisisRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage22March7,1984keepinginthesameBillQuirkmotioned2.Music-RequestwasTaylermotionedfororganizationsmusicTOTALBUDGET-$347.50linesas2oncampusshowsat$30/show.for$60anditpassed.for$350and$287.50recommended.Mark$287.50asperthe15%increaseinmusiclines.$287.50passed.GOSPEL CHOIR1.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$154.32and$100recommended.Thisisanadequateamountconsideringfolderswerepurchasedlastyear.$100issufficienttocarryongeneralofficeoperations.Theorganizationsaidthatpaperisneededbecausesongsaredittoedoffandformailings.Don Ammannmotioned$100andsaidthattheyhavenotutilizedtheirpastofficesuppliesaccount,allocation.Canfindwhattheyneedin$100.E.J.Cuneosaidthateverygroupcanworkwithintheguidelines.BillQuirkcalledthe question and$100passed.2.ConcertExpense-Requestwasfor$369.10and$206.70recommended.Thisis2adsintheOswegonian,lightingat$90/show,transportationat$50.Karenexplainedthat$50isasupport.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$296.70whichincludes2lightingsat$90each.LynnChadwickmovedthequestionand$296.70passed.TOTALBUDGET-$396.70BSU 1:Speakers-Requestwasfor$4.000and$300recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatBSUshouldbeabletodrawsmallerscalespeakers.LargescalespeakersshouldstemfromPPB.LynnChadwickaskedtheorganizationiftheyco-sponsored,wouldtheyneedmoremoney.Theysaidyes . E.J.Cuneohopedthatsomeonewouldmotion$1000-$1500tohaveresourcestopullaspeaker.KarenMcCarthysaidthatwehavePPBtofundformajorspeakers.Weneedasmallerscale-morelocalspeakertospeakonsmallerissues.$300willbeasupport.BarryGoldsteinsaidthat$400wastoomuchand$300wastoolittle.Co-sponsortohavemorethanonespeaker.Theorganizationsaidthatitcostsabout$200-$400perspeaker.BillQuirkdidnotthinkthatthemajorprogramminginscopeofthisorganizationwasinspeakers.EarlColemansaidthathewantedmorethanonespeaker.$300willnevercoverit.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$100withasuggestiontosponsorwithPPBThirdWorldandLectures.MarkTaylercalledthequestionandtherewasanobjection.AndyCsontsupportedthemotionandfeltthat$1000wasadequateformanyspeakers.$300isnotRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage23March7,1984enoughforspeakers.LouTaravellawasinfavorofhavingspeakersbuttheorganizationhasmanyotherthingsinthebudget.Theyshouldnotconcentrateononespeaker.Hespokeagainstthemotion.Theorganizationsaidthattheyneedmorethanonespeakertohaveavariety.DonAmmanstronglywasagainstthemotion.Hesuggested$400toco-sponsortwospeakers.PeteDevineagreedwithDon.Basedonthenumberofactivities,theyshouldbestrivingforlocalsmallerscalespeakers.SueCastrignosaidthatthereissomethingaboutsustainingminorities.Lookatpeoplesurroundingus.Racismdoesexistonthiscampus.Howcanweaddresstheissuesuccessfully.Thisisforthewholestudentbody.JanetO'HaraagreedwithSue.Onespeakerwillappealtothepopulationforonenight.Weneedmanymore.Itisimportantforseveralactivities.Supported$400.JudyPowerssaidthat$1000wastoomuch.MaryJaneRichacceptedthe$800friendlyamendmentbutthesecondersdidnotaccept.JeffWebstersaidthat$1000wasenoughforthreespeakersandsupportedthemotion.MiguelMontessupported$1000.LynnChadwickmovedthequestionand$1000passedbyavoteof14y,6n,2a.2.Magazines-$21wasrequestedand$21recommended.Thisisfundasrequested.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$21.$21passed.3.Newsletter-$1000requestedand$50recommended.Thisisanamountadequatetoprovidecultulalinformationtoorganizationsmembers.Theorganizationsaidthatitcostsabout$20/issue.andwouldlike6issues.KarenMcCarthyaskedwhatthecontentwas.Theorganizationssaidprominentissuesandactivitiestobeheld.Itenhancestheorganization.Don Ammannmotionedfor$50andurgedalltopassit.LouTaravellasaidthatthenewsletterwasgreat.Theyshouldcutdownonthepagesandincreasedistribution.Makethemmoreaccessible.Theorganizationsaidthattheywouldbehappywith$50.$50passed.4.Organizationmembership-Requestwasfor$120and$120recommended.Fundasrequested.NAACPisaworthwhilemembership.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$120anditpassed.5.CulturalPlays-Requestwasfor$850and$475recommended.Thismaintainstheirpresentallocationandisanamountneededto "ARaisinintheSun."Theorganizationsaidthattheamountwasnotadequatebecausetheiradvisorhadtoput$500ofhisownmoneyin.MarkTaylerwasinfavorof$475.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$475.TheorganizationsaidthatBlackfriarsdonotputonblackplays.Wehavemanymemberswithtalent.SueZimmermansupportedthemotion.BarryGoldsteinsaidthat$475wasadequatebutquestionedifBSUwasgettingitselftoodiversifiedandtooinvolved.AretheirwantsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage24March7,1984exceedingtheirneeds.KarenMCCarthysaidthattheorganizationshouldbringaresolutiontotheSenatefortheBlackfriarstohavemoreblackproductions.LookintoinventoryofBlackfriarsforprops.Theorganizationhadtotakemoneyoutoftheirownpockets.$475isnotenoughformorethanoneplay.Don Ammannsupported$475.Theorganizationsaidthattheysentlettershornetoaskformoney.TheirSAfeeshouldcoverit.BethKuekerwasinfavorof$475.SueCastrignosaidthatifintegrationiswhatwewantonthiscampus,whyarewesupportingBSUsegregationbygivingthemmoremoney.$475isexcellentamounttoworkwith.TheorganizatiQncannotpullinenoughmoneythroughfundraising.Wecannotsupplementeverything.MikeMarinowasinfavorof$475andsaidthattheproductioncanbeputonwiththisamountofmoney.$475passed.6.CulturalAwarenessWeek -Requestwasfor$800and$500recommended.Theincreaseinthislineisjustified.WouldliketoencourgeCulturalAwarenessWeek.Don Ammannmotionedfor$500anditpassed.7.Afro/CaribbeanDinnerDance-Requestwasfor$670and$300recommended.ThisisanappropriateamounttoprovidefortwoCarribeanmeals.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$300anditpassed.8.LinkingJoint-Requestwasfor$75and$75recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$75anditpassed.9.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$75and$75recommended.Thisamountisadequatetomaintaingeneralofficesupplies.Miguelmotionedfor$75anditpassed.10.Publicity-Requestwasfor$235.25and$139.60recommended.Preprintedticketsarenotnecessary. pageads.Miguelmotionedfor$189.60.BillQuirksaidthattheincreaseisnecessarybecausetherewasanincreaseinspeakers.Weshouldprotectourinvestment.$189.60passed.11.TypewriterRepairs-Requestwasfor$30adn$0recommended.GothroughcontingencyaccountthroughtheSenatethisyeartouseitnow.$0passed. 12.Telephone-Requestwasfor$50and$10recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$50.Don Ammannsaidthat$50wasexcessive.MiguelMontesacceptedafriendlyamendmentfor$25.$25passed.13.OrganizationalOrientation-Requestwasfor$38and$0recommended.BudgetCouncilfeltthatBSUhasastrongmembershipnowandcanreachoutthroughprogramming.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$0anditpassed.14.FashionShow -Requestwasfor$300and$0recommended.BSUshouldattempttogetmerchantstofundfortheshow.Thisdoesnotfallintotherealmofwhattheorganizationissetuptodo.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage25March7,1984Theorganizationsaidthatsomemerchantsdonatedoorprizesbutnomore.EarlColemansaidthattheyhavebeenhavingtheshowforfouryearsandhavehadtofundraiseeachyear.Thisisatradition.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$0.PeteDevinesaidthatwhenyoudisplaysomeone'swears,theyshouldpayforit.Itwillbeabeneficialeffectforthestores.Inthelongrun,bothwillbenefit.JohnBondisaidthatthisisaculturalevent.Makesanimportantcontributiontothestudents.DeserveattentionandsupportofSA. Don Ammannwasagainstfundingforthefashionshow.Wearedisplayingotherpeople'swearsandtellwhereitcanbepurchased.Itisnotinourrealmtofund.JimDingleysaidthatweshouldtakeintoconsiderationtheamountofpeoplehere.MarkTaylerwouldliketoseeacompromise.BethKuekerwasinfavorof$0.Theorganizationsaidthatthisisacommunityrelationsandweshouldmeetthemhalfway.MikeMarinowasinfavorof$0.Doesnotpromoteculturalawareness.Getmerchantstogiveyou$10each.TheorganizationsaidthatBSUhasdonemorethanenoughbysoliciting.KarenMcCarthysaidthatthefashionshowpromotesaninterestinthestores.Itisanadvertisementtothemerchant.Theyshouldnotloanclothingifitwasnottobringsomethinginreturn.SueCastrignosaidthateducationtosomestudentsisseeinganeventproducedbyallbalckstudents.Weshouldnotcontributetotallybutwhenweahveaninterestweshouldmakesomecontribution.E.J.Cuneocalledthequestionbuttherewasanobjection.Eric Hoeg'ler saidthatitwasnotbeingputonbythemerchants.Itisabenefittothestudents.MuchinOswegocannotaffordtopay.Wecannotbegiventhechangetoshowit.Supportedthe$300.BillQuirksaidthatitisoutofthescopeofwhatBSUisintendedtodo.Jeff fundedcommunitynightdowntown.Yeswesubsidizedit.MaureenMcDonaldsaidthattherearetoomanyeventsinthebudget.Theorganizationsaidthatthisisnotamerchantshow,itisaBSUshow.Theshowattractsmorethanblacks.$0failed.E.J.Cuneomotionedfor$260.ThisshowsBSUwearesupportingthem.Lightingwasadjustedto$150andthemotionwasat$210.DonAmmannfeltthatdecorationsshouldbetakenoutofofficesupplies.DaveMcNallymovedtehquestionand$210passed.15.AwardsNightCeremony-Requestwasfor$235recommendationat$0.BudgetCouncilfeltthatVEGAshouldbeapproachedtoberecognizedcampuswide.BillQuirkmotioned$0anditpassed.BOTTOMLINE-$3040.60INCOME(play)(313.50)INCOME(dinner)(150.00)TOTALBUDGET-$2,577.10Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage26March7,1984Thisisanaband,$1600andISA r:OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$230.96recommendationwas$115.ThisamountisnecessarytoadequatesupplyISAwithgeneralofficesupplies.Thisorganizationexplainedthatthiswasnotenought.MarkTaylermotionedfor$115.Theorganizationsaidthatofficesupplieswillbeusedforadvertisingandpublicity.Ifdon'thavemoremoneyforadvertising,forumswillbeuseless.Triedtoeconomizethissemester.$115isenoughtoadvertiseandprovideforgeneralofficesupplies.BillQuirkmovedthe and$115passed.2.Activities-$1825requestedand$1600recommended.adequateamountforfood,supplies,co-sponsorshipofand$50formiscellaneous.MarkTaylermotionedforitpassed.3.CulturalEvents-Requestedwasfor$100and$20recommended.Thisamountissufficientforrefreshmentsforcoffeehouse.Don Ammannaskedwhyitwasnecessarytohaverefreshmentsatforums.Theorganizationsaidthatitmakesitmorerelaxed.MarkTaylermotionedfor$20.Miguelmadeafriendlyamendmentto$40anditwasaccepted. Alan Roggensaidthatforumsareimportantandwasagainstthemotion.KarenMCCarthysaidthat$20wasenough.Weshouldjustwelcomepeople.JeffWebstersaidthatrefreshmentsafterwardsprovidesforagoodatmosphere.Internationalissuesarenotstressedenoughoncampus.BarryGoldsteinsaidthatweshouldnothavetoserverefreshments.peopleshouldgobecausetheyareinterestedinwhatisgoingtobesaid.$40passed.4.Lectures-Requestedwasfor$250and$125recommended.Thisamountissufficienttobringlecturesonvarioustopicstocampus.ShouldlooktoPPB.LynnChadwickmotioned$125.BarryGoldsteinsaidthatweshouldgowithatleast$250.Theorganizationsaidthat$250wasadequate.Alansaidthatweshouldbackuplecturers.Urgedalltodefeatthemotion.MikeMarinosaidthatbasedonpastspending,theyahvenotfullyutilizedoldaccounts..PeteDevinesaidthatthepanelwithprofessorsshouldbecontinued.$125isadequate.MiguelMonteswasagainstthemotion.JudyPowerscalledthequestionand$125passed.Quorumwasloweredto15.5.Films-Requestwasfor$300and$300recommended.Don Ammannmotionedfor$300anditpassed.6.Trips-Requestwasfor$400andrecommendationwas$0.BudgetCouncilfeltthatitwasoutoftherealmofSAtofundfortrips.TheorganizationsaidthattheywanttoshowpeoplemorethanOswego.JeffWebstermotionedfor$300.HesaidweshouldRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage27March7,1984putourpartin.Thesestudentscometoseethecampusandwelearnfromthem.DonAmmannwasagainstthemotion.Itisnotourpositiontosendthesestudents.Thesestudentshavethe opportunitYto go.Wearenotstoppingthem.SueWraysaidthatitisnotintherealmofSA.Nothingwillbebroughtbacktothestudentsoncampus.BarryGoldsteincalledthequestionand$300failed.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$350.Ifyougotoothercountries,theysendyoutoseethecountry.SupportgivingISAtheopportunitytoseeotherthanOswego.$350failed.Maureenmotioned$0anditpassed.BOTTOMLINE-$2180.00INCOME(dinner)(650.00)TOTALBUDGET-$1530.00LSU r:OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$130.28recommendationwas$50.Thisamountisadequateforgeneralofficesupplies .. including pagead.Theorganizationsaidthat$50isnotadequate.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$90anditpassed.2.Activities-Requestwasfor$550and$370recommended.Thisamountisadequatetoprovideforannualdinnerandfallopenhouseat$20.Bethmotionedfor$370..MiguelMontessaidthathewouldliketoseeanincomelinedevelopedforallactivitiesandnotjustthedinner.Spokeagainstthemotion.$370passed.3.Films-Requestwasfor$375andrecommendationwas$125.Thisamountisneededtoprovidefor1filmonLatinculturalpolitics.BethKuekermotionedfor$250anditpassed.4.Lectures-Requestwasfor$200and$100recommended.Theorganizationsaidthat$100isnotadequate.KarenMcCarthysaidtheorganizationshouldspendmoneythroughouttheyear.TheorganizationsaidthatLatinosisagrowingorganizationandtheyaretryingtogathermembers,butneedactivitiestodoso.Weneedmorethantheannualdinner.JohnNemecekmotionedfor$200.$200passed.BOTTOMLINE-$910.00INCOME(dinner)(175.00)TOTALBUDGET-$735.00Oswego,NewYork13126Room205HewittUnionThe29thMeetingwascalledtoorderonSunday,March4at1:15.RollcallwastakenandJulioGracia,BethKueker, .Patti Tower,Joannevitalone,GeoffWeiss, E. J.Cuneo,JeffBaum,MichaelPoole,MiguelMontes,MaryJaneRichandChrisBonnellwereabsent.LouTaravella,DiedreMalecki,BobGhosioandLindaHoowereabsentwithaproxy.Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage28March7,1984Quorumwasloweredto15.ONTARIAN1.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$60and$60recommended.ThisamountissufficienttoruntheOntarianoffice.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$60anditpassed.2.Publications-Requestwasfor$14989and$14939wasrecommended.Thisincreaseisbasedona3%increase.MaureenMcDonaldmotionedfor$14939anditpassed.3.EditorsSalary-requestwasfor$850and$500recommended.Thisamountisadequatetocompensatetheeditor.Don Ammannmotionedfor$500anditpassed.4.Advertising-Requestwasfor$350and$300recommended.Thisamountissufficienttoadvertisetheyearbook.Don Ammannmotionedfor$300anditpassed.5.Photography-Requestwasfor$1066.50and$900recommended.Thisamountisadequateforphotographysupplies.Bryanfeltthatayearbookneedstotakepicturesbutwill$166.50reallymakeadifferenceintherecommendation.Don Ammannmotionedfor$950anditpassed.6.StaffRenumeration-requestwasfor$400and$400recommended.Thisamountissufficienttoadequatelycompensatethestaff.$400passed.7.Postage-$50requestedand$50recommended.Fundasrequested.$50passed.8.Telephone-Requestwasfor$120and$75recommended.MarkTaylermotionedfor$75anditpassed.9.Conference-Requestwasfor$75and$0recommended.BudgetCouncildidnotfeelatouroftheplantisnecessary.Theorganizationsaidthattheygotheretocheckthesheetsandmakecorrections.MarkTaylermotionedfor$75anditpassed. :BOTTOM LINE -$17349.00INCOMELINE -(16000.00)TOTALBUDGET-$1349.00LAKERHALL1.StudentWorkers-Requestwasfor$3024and$3024recommended.Thisamountisadequateforstudentsupervisorsandequipmentclerks.JanetO'Haramotionedfor$3024anditpassed.2.RecreationEquipment-Requestwasfor$736and$600recommended.Thisamount is adequateforequipment.Thisisa$100increaseoverlastyearsallocation.MarkTaylermotionedfor$600anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$36 ......2"'4=---0u-Ou-_Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage29March7,1984GALA r:--Office Supplies-Requestwasfor$57.63and$50recommended.Thisamountisadequateforofficesupplies.MarkTaylermotionedfor$50anditpassed.2.Communication-Requestwasfor$55and$55recommended.Thisamountisappropriateforcommunication.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$55anditpassed.3.Transportation-Requestwasfor$199.90and$172recommended.Thisamountisadequatetofundmemberstogotoconferencesandbringbackpertinentinformation.MarkTaylermotionedfor$172anditpassed.4.Publicity-Requestwasfor$89.60and$89.60recommended.Thisisanadequateamounttoeffectivelyadvertiseeventsduringtheyear.MarkTaylermotionedfor$89.60anditpassed.5.Films-Requestwasfor$185and$135recommended.Amountjustifiedtoshowasufficientamountoffilms.organizationfeltthisamountwasnotadequate.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$135anditpassed.6.RenewalSubscriptions-Requestwasfor$100and$75recommended.Thisamountissufficienttomaintainsubscriptions.Theyshouldbemadereadilyavailabletothecommunitywhowishtobeeducated.MarkTaylermotionedfor$75.BillQuirkfeltthatsixsubscriptionswastoomany.LynnChadwick made afriendlyamendmentfor$100anditwasaccepted.MikeMarinewasagainstthe$100motion.MaureenMcDonaldfeltthat$75wassufficient.Cangeteducationfromfilmsandspeakers.PeteDevinesaidthatiftheorganizationdeemsthemagazinesimportantenough,theywillfinditinthebudget.$100failed.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$75anditpassed. 7.Speakers-Requestwasfor$150and$150recommended.ThisamountissufficienttoeffectivelyeducateSUNYOswego.BryanOgdensaidthathereallyacceptedthemembersofGALA.MarkTaylermotionedfor$150anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$726.60CHECKCASHING1.Co-Directors-Requestwasfor$2100and$2000recommended.Thisamountisadequateforservicesrenderedforfiscalyear1984-85.Organizationwentthroughthedutiesofthedirectors.Newbouncedcheckpolicyrequiresextrawork.Theorganizationwentoverthenewbouncedcheckpolicy.SueZimmermanmotionedfor$2100.Theyputinalotofhours.Theylaidgreatgroundworkforthenextco-directors.PeteDevinesaidthatBudgetCouncilsrecommendationof$2000isreasonable.KarenMcCarthysaidthateachpositioninSAtakesonnewresponsibilitieseachyear.GroundworkhasalreadyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage30March7,1984beendone.SueWraysaidthatifweincreasetheirsalary,thenweshoulddoitacrosstheboard.JudyPowerscalledthequestionand$2100failed.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$2000.JanetO'Harasaidthattherehastobesomededicationbesidesincentive.Shewasforthe motiQPof $2000.MaureenMcDonaldsaidthatshewasforthemotionof$2000becauseshewasnotsureiftheperonnextyearwilldoasgoodofajob.$2000passed.2.BankRuns-Requestwasfor$252and$252recommended.Thisisbasedon$.15X 60milesX28weeks-passed.3.Tellers-Requestwasfor$4830.14andrecommendationwasfor$4536.56.Thisallowsmoneytoimplementa$.10meritincreaseforthosewhoworkedmorethanonesemester.Baserateincreaseisnotjustified.MarkTaylersaidthatitisaveryimportantjobandtheyshouldmakemoremoney.Theorganizationsaidthattheycannothirecompetentpeopletowork.CampusSecurityhasaskedthemtokeepturnoverratedownforsecurityreasons.EricHoeglermotionedfor$4536.56andhesaidthatpeoplegetexperience.Payshouldnotbetheonlythingtogetthejob.JohnDiegansaidthattheincentivetostayonthejobshouldbeinthemeritincrease.KarenMcCarthysaidthatthemeritincreasewasimplementedinordertokeepturnoverdown.BarryGoldsteincalledthequestionand$4536.56called.4.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$308.44and$268.44recommended.ThiswillallowforvariousofficesuppliesandtheSAlogo.BarryGoldsteinmotionedfor$268.44anditpassed.BOTTOMLINE -$7057.00CHECKCASHING CANONDupLICATION 1.Paper-Requestwasfor$2757and$2757wasrecommended.AndyCsontmotionedfor$2757anditpassed.BOTTOMLINE -$2757.00INCOMELINE -(1000.00)TOTALBUDGET-$1757.00Quorumwasloweredto12.OSWEGONIAN1.Publication-Reqeustwasfor$19960and$19960recommended.Thisisfundedasrequested.Theincreaseisduetocost/page.JanetO'Haramotionedfor$19960anditpassed.2.Postage-Requestwasfor$325and$175recommended.Thisamountisadequateforbulkmailingpermitsandincreaseinexpectedpostagerates.MarkTaylermotionedfor$175anditpassed.3.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$402.22and$308.22recommended.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage31March7,1984Dittoesshouldbeusedforcopying.JanetO'Haramotionedfor$308.22.BarryGoldsteincalledthequestionanditpassed.4.ProductionSupplies-Requestwasfor$668.85and$668.85recommended.Fundasrequested.$668.85passed.5.Telephone-Requestwasfor$1000and$650recommended.Thisamountissufficientforeffectivecommunication.Thereshouldbestrongcontrolusedandalockbought.Theorganizationsaidthatthelackofcontrolifnotaproblem.Cannotstayat$650withtheincreaseinrates.MarkTaylermotionedfor$650.KarenMcCarthyfeltthatthephoneshouldbelockedatalltimes.$650isadequate.Theorganizationsaid$650isenoughandtheOswegonianshouldbealittlebittougherwithcontrol.AlanR09gencalledthequestionand$650passed.6.Transportation-Requestwasfor$1092and$925wasrecommended.Thisisanadequateamounttocovercostsofcirculationanddelivery.Basedon4tripsX16milesX.33X28weeks=$591,5milesX.33X28weeks=$46,and$10.29/week X 28weeks=$288=$925.00.MarkTaylermotionedfor$925anditpassed.7.NewsService-Requestwasfor$347and$347recommended.MarkTaylermotionedfor$347anditpassed.8.StudentTypist-Requestwasfor$2652and$2431recommended.Thisisaslightbaseincreasejustifiedtogettypistsforlatehoursworked.$2.75X34hours/issueX26issues.Theorganizationsaidthatamodestraiseinsalaryisnottoomuchtoask.JohnDieganmadeafriendlyamendmentfor$2342anditwasaccepted.Weshouldkeepitat$2.65/hour.AlanR09gensaidthatqualifiedtypistsarehardtofind.AndyCsontcalledthequestionand$2342.60passed.9.SecretaryRenumeration-Requestwasfor$3744and$3600recommended.Thisisbasedon$4.50/hourX25hours=$112.50X32weeks.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$3600anditpassed.10.BusinessManagerRenumeration-Requestwasfor$700and$700recommended.Thisistoreinstatetooriginalstipend.Doesnotreflectanincrease.AndyCsontmotionedfor$700anditpassed.11.Editorial&StaffRenumeration-Requestwasfor$4810and$4600recommended.Thisistomaintainphoto,news,A&E,sports,features,technicianandproductioneditorsat$300.Alanmotionedfor$5140toinclude$30raiseandacopyeditor.Therewasnosecond.AlanRoggenmotioned$4600anditpassed.12.LayoutStaffRenumeration-Requestwasfor$785and$785wasrecommended.Thisisasufficientamounttoprovideapsychologicalrewardfortimeworked.BaryGoldsteinmotionedfor$625 . DaveMcNallyfeltthatthelayoutstaffarethemostunrecognizedandtheydeservemoremoney.$625passed.13.TypesettingSupplies-Requestwasfor$3269.50and$2500recommended.Thisisanadequateamounttobuytypesettingsupplies.TypediscsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage32March7,1984shouldgothroughFixedAssetsaccountthroughtheSenate.Theorganizationsaidthattheyhavealreadyspentmorethan$2500thisyear.Typesettingmaterialisanimportantpartofthepaper.BarryGoldsteinsaidthatthecostofphototypefilmisveryexpensive.MarkTaylermotionedfor$2500.Theorganizationsaidthat$2500isnotenoughmoney.AlanRoggensaid that theyneedalewayformistakesmadebystudentswhichtheywillmakebylearning.BarryGoldsteinmadeafriendlyamendmentfor@2994.50anditwasnotaccepted.Priceswillgoupforfilm.BillQuirksaidthatthelineshouldbeincreased.MarkTaylercalledthequestionand$2500failed.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$2994.50anditpassed.14.PhotographySupplies-Requestwasfor$2467.80and$2467.80recommended.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$2467.80anditpassed.15.Conferences-Requestwasfor$1405and$225recommended.Conferencesareveryimportantandwe would liketoprovideforregistrationfees.MarkTaylermotionedfor$225anditpassed.16.Typesetting&Maintenance-Requestwasfor$4750.90and$4680.50recommended.Theorganizationsaidthatmachinesbreakdownandweneedtheservice.Itsavemoneyinthelongrun.MarkTaylermotionedfor$4680.50anditpassed.17.Refunds-Requestwasfor$150and$100recommended.$100isimportanttoprovideformistakesandmisunderstandings.MarkTaylermotionedfor$100anditpassed.18.TravelExpense-Requestwasfor$100and$75recommended.Thisisanadequateamounttoprovidefortransportationtosportevents.MarkTaylermotionedfor$75anditpassed.BOTTOMLINE-$45,444.00INCOMELINE-(20,000.OO)TOTALBUDGET-$25,444.00WOCRKarenMcCarthystartedoffthediscussionsayingthatWOCRcannotcontinuewithoutanengineer.BudgetCouncil'srecommendationwastobringinanengineerwiththe money corningfromthesurplusaccount.BillQuirksaidthathehadtroublefundingWOCRbecausethereisnoconcretefigureforfunding.JanetO'Haramadeamotiontotablethebudgetuntilanengineerisbroughtforth.ThereisapossibilitythatWOCRwillbenon-existentifanengineerisnotfollowedthrough.KarenMcCarthysaidthatyoucanfundthemandthenrecoursecanbetakentotakethefundsback.JanetO'Harawithdrewhermotion.MarkTaylermotionedtofundthebudget.Theorganizationsaidthattheywillstillbefunctioningeveniftheydon'tgetanengineer.Themotiontofundpassedbyavoteof8y,2n,lao1.News-Requestwasfor$1566and$1566recommended.Thisamountissufficienttocarrynewsser"jcetocollegecampus.MarkTaylerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage33March7,1984motionedfor$1566anditpassed.2.Music-Requestwasfor$735and$735recommended.Theincreaseinmusicsupplyisnecessaryforvariousmusic.MarkTaylermotionedfor$735anditpassed.3.Magazines-Requestwasfor$326and$326recommended.Thisamountissufficienttoenabletheradionstationtokeepupwithcurrentmusictrends.$326passed.4.MembershipDues-requestwasfor$100and$100recommended.ThisamountisnecessarytobeamemberofIBS.$100passed.5.IBSConvention-Requestwasfor$100and$50recommended.Amountsufficientfortwopeople.Theorganizationsaidthattheconventionisaworthwhileevent.MarkTaylermotionedfor$50.MaureenMcDonaldfeltthatmorepeopleshouldgo.MarkTaylerchangedhismotionto$75anditpassed.6.Postage-Requestwasfor$100and$75recommended.MarkTaylermotionedfor$85andthemotionfailed.JenniferWischermotionedfor$75anditpassed.7.Telephone-Requestwasfor$1700and$1700recommended-passed.8.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$318.83and$250recommended.Don Ammannmotionedfor$250anditpassed.9.Production-Requestwasfor$307.66and$307.66recommended.Thisisfundwasrequested.BillQuirkmotionedfor$307.66anditpassed.10.Promotions-Requestwasfor$668.40and$364.20recommended.Thisisbasedon pageads, pageads, pageadintheLakerHockeyprogram,and$125promotionalgiveaways.EricHoeglermotionedfor$364.20anditpassed.12.Equipment-Requestwasfor$180and$180recommended.Fundasrequested.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$180anditpassed.13.Maintenance-Requestwasfor$1000and$1000recommended.JenniferWischermotionedfor$1000anditpassed.BOTTOMLINE -$6678.86INCOMELINE -(2500.00)TOTALBUDGET-$4,178.86GLR r:Publicity-Requestwasfor$3400and$3400recommended-passed.2.Transportation-Requestwasfor$72and$72recommended-passed.3.Postage-Requestwasfor$20and$20recommended-passed.4.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$35.76and$35.76recommended-passed5.Advertising-Requestwasfor$222.40and$222.40recommended-passed.BudgetCouncilwasveryhappywiththisbudget.Theyfeltthatitwasfair.TOTALBUDGET-$3750.16TherewasarecommendationtoputtheGLRindormlounges.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage34March7,1984PENDULUM1.Printing-Requestwasfor$5280and$3960recommended.Thisisbasedon24pagesX6issuesX$27.50/page.MarkTaylermotionedfor$3960.Spendingrecordsprovesthatthisamountisadequate.Don Ammannsaidthatwemustlookatthisbudgetasaneworganization.WeareIeanentwith6issues.Theyshouldprovethemselves.AlanRoggenmadeafriendlyamendmentfor$2640for4issuesanditwasaccepted.Passed.2.Typesetting-Requestwasfor$258.90and$125.75recommended.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$172.60duetocutinnumberofissues.$172.60passed.3.Productionsupplies-Requestwasfor$138.80and$100recommended.MarkTaylermotionedfor$100anditpassed.4.PhotographicSupplies-Requestwasfor$303.90and$303.90recommended.Thisisduetoanincreaseinprinting.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$202.60anditpassed.5.OfficeSupplies-requestwasfor$30and$24.85recommended.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$24.85anditpassed.6.Circulation-Requestwasfor$55.20and$55.20recommended.JohnNemecekmotionedfor$36.80anditpassed.7.Postage-Requestwasfor$40and$0recommended.JohnNemecekmotionedfor$0anditpassed.8.Telephone-Requestwasfor$50and$15recommended.Thisamountisadequateforcommunication.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$10anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$3,186.85 The30thMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:15onMonday,March5,1984.RollcallwastakenandJohnBondi,JulioGracia,JoanneVitalone,GeoffWeiss,E.J.Cuneo,BillQuirk,LindaHooandChrisBonnellwereabsent.MarkTayler,AlanRoggenandMiguelMonteswereabsentwithaproxy.PARENTSWEEKEND1.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$96.05and$96.05recommended.GeoffWeissmotionedfor$96.05anditpassed.2.Postage-Requestwasfor$384.00and$384.00recommended.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$384anditpassed3.Publicity-Requestwasfor$112and$112recommended.$112passed.Alllineswerefundedasrequested.TOTALBUDGET-$592.05CAMPUSLIGHTING1.Supplies-Requestwasfor$1075and$1075recommended.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$1075anditpassed.2.Parts&ReplacementRequest was for $475 and $475recommended.AndyRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage35March7,1984Csontmotionedfor$475anditpassed.3.Publicity-Requestwasfor$15and$15recommended.KarenMcCarthysaidthatthereisnoneedforOswegonianadvertising.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$15anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$1565.00Wages-Thechargeforhourlyrateispresentlyat$2.75/hourX # ofhoursXthe # ofdays.BudgetCouncilrecommendationwasfor$3.00perhour.CampusLightingaskedfor$3.35/hour.BethKuekermotionedfor$3.00/hour.Shesaidthatitisnecessarytoincreasethehourlywagetogiveincentiveandpayforthequalityofwork.Organizationsaidthatmostoftheworkisdonebeforetheaftertheshow.PattiTowercalledthequestionbuttherewasanobjection.TheorganizationsaidthattheyneedqualifiedpeopleinordertoworkatWatermanandLaker.AndyCsontsaidthattheorganizationsusingcampuslightingagreedwiththeraise.LynnChadwickmovedthequestionand$3.00hadavoteoflOy,lOn,2a.SueWraybrokethetiebyvotinginfavor.CORNERSTORE1.Salesclerks-Requestwasfor$3645andrecommendationwas$3645.PattiTowermotionedfor$3645anditpassed.2.StudentMangers-Requestwasfor$2800and$2800recommended.Don Ammannmotionedfor$2800anditpassed.3.Inventory-Requestwasfor$78,000and$78,00.0recommended.Don Ammannmotionedfor$78,000anditpassed.4.Advertising-Requestwasfor$610and$388.10recommended.Thisisbasedon pageadsintheOswegonian=$358.40and6reamsofpaperat$4.95X6=$29.70=$388.10.JanetBurkesaidthatsixreamsofpaperwillnotdo.Want pageone a monthandanadinthehockeyprogram.JanetO'Harasaidthatshehasbeenpushingtoiletpaperuntilitcomesoutherass."PattiTowermotionedfor$388.10.Thinks6reamsofpaperisadequate.Flyersareeyecatching.DiedreMaleckisaidthattheycannotsellinventory.Ifpeopledon'tknowtheitemsexisttheyneedmoreadvertising.MarkCantalesmadeafriendlyamendmenttoraisethelineto$448.00for pageadsand pageads.Pattyacceptedthefriendlyamendment.$448passed.5.Telephone-Requestwasfor$388.76and$388.76recommended.MikeNemecekmotionedtofundat$388.76anditpassed.6.RepairService-Requestwasfor$350and$350recommended.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$350anditpassed.7.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$185and$160recommended.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$160anditpassed.BOTTOMLINE -$85791.76INCOMELINE ___ TOTALBUDGET-$0Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage36March7,1984BLACKFRIARSBSUexpressedtheirconcerninregardtowhiteplaysandpartsnotincorporatingblacks.Blackfriarssaidthattheychosethebestpersonforeachindividualpart.Tryoutsareopentoeverystudent.LouTaravellasaidtahthewasnothappytohearfromBSUaboutthisissue.HopedthatBlackfrairsputsonmoreblackproductions.LynnChadwicksaidthatthisisageneralconcernforBlackfriars.Tylershouldmakeanattempt.ExpressedconcernoverBSU'sproblem.Wouldliketoseesomethingtogooninthefuture.BryanOgdensaidthattherehasbeenanattempttocommunicatewithBlackfrairs.Theremustbesomepeacemadeforprogress.Blackfriarssaidthattheyneedmoremoneyfortheseproductions.MarkCantalesaskedifBlackfrairscouldbuildpropsforaplaythatanotherorganizationwouldliketoputon.ThereisnomoneyinthebudgetsaidBlackfrairs.Itisnotourphilosophytohelpotherorganizations.Welendoutprops.SueWraysaidthatwemustbeinvolvedwithmeetingsforinputtogetblackplays.BlackfriarssaidthattheywouldlovetoseeBSUworkwiththem.BSUsaidthattheywouldliketoseemorestudentinputinregardtowhatplaysgoon.BruceButlermotionedtoputanewlineinBlackfrairsbudgettomatchBSU'sallocationof$475forplays.Don Ammannsaidthatitwasaterriblemotionandweshouldopenchannelsofcommunication.BSUmustshowaninterestandtheywillgetaplaytoputon.SueWraydisagreedwiththemotion.BSUwantstodoaplay.BSUmuststarttogetinvolved.BSUhasraisedtheirconcernandnowtheymuststarttocommunicate.Notpossibleatthistime.BSUsaidthattheyshouldnotbemandatedagainstBlackfrairswill.Blackfriarsshouldrequestaco-sponsorlinewhichinvolvesotherorganizationsoncampus.Startnowandmaybewecangetsomethingsetupforthe1985-86budget.AndyCsontmovedthequestionand$475failed.Donmotionedtomoveontothebudgetanditpassed.1.Lighting-Requestwasfor$1100and$1100recommended.Thisisanadequateamounttolightshows.$1100passed.2.Costume&Makeup-Requestwasfor$4800and$4800recommended.Thisisasufficientamounttofundforcostumesandmakeup.$4800passed.3.Sets&Props-Requestwas$9000and$9000recommended.Thisamountwasadequateforsetsandpropsforthreeshows.Lynnmotionedfor$9000anditpassed.4.Photography-Requestwasfor$800and$800recommended.This$100increaseisspecificallydesignatedforaflash.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$800anditpassed.5.Receptions&Subscriptions-Requestwasfor$100and$100recommended.Fundasrequested. Lynn Chadwickmotionedfor$100anditpassed.6.Publicity-Requestwasfor$1000and$1000recommended.Thisisaveryimportantamounttopublicizeproductions.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$1000anditpassed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage37March7,19847.Sound-Requestwasfor$600and$600recommended.Thisamountisnecessaryforrecordingmaterials,specialeffectsandrecords.AndyCsontmotionedfor$600anditpassed.8.Royalties-Requestwasfor$1100andrecommendationwas$1100.Thisamountissufficientforroyaltiesofproduction.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$1100anditpassed.9.TreasurerSalary-Requestwasfor$400and$400recommended.Don Ammannmotionedfor$300.Theorganizationsaidthatthesalaryislowerthantheotherorganizations.Ithasneverbeenraised.LynnChadwickcalledthequestionandtherewasanobjection.TheorganizationsaidthatSAinstitutedthelinebecausetheyfeltthequalityofthetreasurerwouldgoup.KarenMcCarthysaidthatalotofrunningaroundgoesalongwiththejob.$300passed.BOTTOMLINE -$18,800 INCOMELINE -(4,000)TOTALBUDGET-$14,800LouTaravellamadeasuggestionthatlinesofcommunicationremainopenbetweenBlackfrairsandany other SAfundedorganizationwillingtoco-sponsororworkwithaBlackfriarsproduction,-andthatBlackfrairs,anSAfundedorganization,makeconsiderationtowardsminoritiesinallpartscastedandtowardslookingintoaBlackproductioninthenearfuture,-andthatallpartscastedshouldinnowaybediscriminatedagainstbecausethatpartofspecificallycallingforaparticularrace,-andthatstudentshavea greater inputintotheproductionswhichBlackfriarsundertakes.Themotionpassed.OCCBruceButlersaidthatOCCrepreseritslargepartofthestudentbodytofurthergeneralwellingbeingofoffcampusstudents.JudyPowersaskediftheyhadeverbeenfundedbeforeandtheysaidno.Louaskediftheywerelikeadormcouncil.Theorganizationsaidtherearebuttheyhavenoallocationfromhousingforprogramming.LouTaravellafeltthatweweremakingupforthedecisionofpeopleto move offcampus.MikeMarinoaskedhowtheyhavebeenfundedinthepast.Bruce Buuler saidtheyfundraised$800.Headdedthatoffcampusstudentshavenomeanstogetfundsfromvendingmachiensandvideogames.KarenMcCarthyfeltstronglynotfundingtheorganization.Money going intotheorganizationwouldbespentunfairly.oacappointssenatorsandthereisadirecttietothesenate.MaureenMcDonaldbroughtupthepointthatDonHarrisonhasofferedtogivethemmoney.Brucesaidthatthereareobligationstiedtotakingthemoney.MarkCantalessaidthatOCCisaskingforalittlehelp.48%ofthestudentsliveoffcampusandthis accountsfor only$ .;.50per person.BryanOgdenRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126 Phnn"1':l111\':l111.':lf\Cll

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage38March7,1984saidthatweshouldnotfundthemallofthemoney.Theypaytheirfeeandshouldbeallotedsomething.LouTaravellamadeamotionfor$0.HehasseenstridesbyOCC.KarenMcCarthysaidthatwespreadmoneyoutthroughtwoorganizationsforoffcampuspeopleandsupportedLou'smotion.SueWraysaidthatiftheirbudgetispassed,wearesettingaprecedentforanydormcounciltocomeforfunding.OCCisalegislativebodyandappointssenators.SueCastrignosaidthatifOCCneedsmoneyforelections,theyshouldcometothesenateformoney.Feltthatifoffcampusstudentswerenotgettingwhattheywereaskingfor,thenOCAandLOCOlinesshouldbeincreased.BobGhosiosaidthattheyneedcertainthingstofunction.MustadvertisebecauseOCChasmanygOddideas. Spoke againstthe$0motion.JudyPowerssaidthatsheagreedwith$0.Shewasgoingagainsthowherconstituentswouldwanthertovotebutfelt that shehadabiggerobligationtoSA.DiedreMaleckicalledthequestionand$0passed.BIT'NSPUR1.GeneralOperations-Requestwasfor$259.70and$150.15wasrecommended.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$150.15anditpassed.2.Transportation-Requestwasfor$2416.20and$847wasrecommended.Karensaidthatthisisenoughforeightshowssufficienttosbusidize.Costsoftheorganizationisgoingthroughtheroof.Theorganizationsaidthat10showsisthenorminotherregionsandwouldliketostickwith10.Lettheorganizationpicktheeightshowswheretheyperformbest.Wantthe nationals tobefundedbecauseifsomeonemakesit,theyfindoutonlysevendaysbeforehandandthatisnotenoughtimetocomebeforetheSenate.LynnChadwickmadeamotionfor$847anditfailed.MikeMarinowantedtofundfor$0becausethecompetitionisnot ope-a toall.AndyCsontmotionedfor$1036.50-passed.3.EntryFeesandTolls-Requestwasfor$885and$212.50wasrecommended.Theorganizationsaidthattheyalreadypay$13.50bythemselves/person.LynnChadwickmotionedtofundat$262.50anditfailed.LouTaravellamotionedfor$350anditpassed.4.MealsandLodging-Requestwasfor$2398and$960wasrecommended.Theorganizationsaidthattheyneedmorethanlastyearbecausetherearemorepeople.LynnChadwickmotionedfor$1620andit passed.5.Newlines-Requestwasfor$3312foracoachrecommendationwas$0.KarenMcCarthysaidthatwedonotpayforcoaches.Showwouldnotbeaccessibleformoststudents.Don Anunannmadeamotionfor$0_anditpassed.6.Showcosts-Requestwasfor$1582.50andrecommendationwas$0.AndyCsontmotionedfor$0anditpassed.TOTALBUDGETRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28,19841.Calltoorder2.Rollcall OffiCIl of tI'll'1!;Cll-prllS;Jllnf atOswegoAgenda3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrignoStateoftheAssociationAddressSueWray6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBDirectorFacultyAssemblySenatorSurplusCommittee7.OldBusinessBill668.NewBusinessBill68Bill699.AnnouncementsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28, ::L.984 atOswegoMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.RollcallwastakenandBethKueker,PattiTower,BillQuirkandAmyBartellwereabsent.JeffBaum,BobGhosioandSueZimmermanwereabsentwitha proxy. TheagendawasapprovedwithBill67addedtoNewBusiness,Bill60offthetable,andBill65onSpecialOrders.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSueWray-MarkWalthourwasappointedasaSupremeCourtJustice.-ChrisBonnellandJoanneVitaloneresignedassenators.-MaryFishwassworninassenatorfromJohnsonHall. -Auxiliary Services-Boardrateswillbeincreased$70.-The19mealplanwillbe$lllO/year,DC360$962/year,DC280$882/year.JayButtonsaidthatthisisonlyanincreaseof$2.l8/week.-BethKuekerresignedastheElectionschair.Shedidalotofhardwork.SupremeCourt-Casebroughtforward-DaveRothsteinandBruceButlervstheElectionsCommittee.Bill3requiredthattherebeinstructionsforwrite-insandvotingatallpolls.Therewasnoinstructionspostedproperlyateachpoll.Afterdeliberationtheverdictwasthatthecommitteewasinviolationandthattheelectionsshouldbeentirelydoneover.AlanRoggensaidthatthereweredocumentsoneverypollingstationbuttheyweretapedfacingthe poll watchers.Theinstructionswereinadequate.When a personaskshowtowrite-in,thisisaninfringementofhisprivacy.-Budgetshavebeengoingoneverynight.Thesenatehasconsistedof12.ThisistheresponsibilityofeachSenator.Weneedquorum.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2March28,1984COMMITTEEREPORTSCommunityRelations-Thehighschoolstudentswillnotbecomingtoseeusbeforespringbreak.Thecommitteewillworktogetthemhereafterwards.-Men'sgroup.Firstmeetingwentwell.Openforumtotalkaboutissueswhichconcernthemandtheirrelationswithothermenandwomen.Meetingsare6:00onThursdays.Rules-Bill60passedunanimously.TherewasamotiontocensorJulioGraciaandMichaelPoole.AlanRoggensaidthatitwasnotrighttocensorJuliobecauseofthepositionthathewasinrunningforpresident.MikePoolesaidthathewasnotgivenacopyoftherulesofthesenateoracopyoftheconstitution.Hewasunaware of thefactoftheattendancepolicy.Whenhehascomeforthemeetinghehasstayedthewholetime,notlikeothersenatorswhocomeforanhourandthenleave.LouTaravellasaidthatsomesenatorscomefor andthenleave.Thereisamisconceptionoftheirresponsibilities.Ruleswentbytheattendancebook.JuliosaidthatasapresidentialcandidatehecouldnotbehereduringtheSenatehearings.Feelitwillbeapoliticalissue.Triedtogetproxies.Quorumisabigproblem.Hewouldhavecomeforquorumandthenabstainedfromeachbudgetbecauseheisacandidate.Censoredhimself.MarkTaylersaidthatRulescommitteeisjustdoingtheirjob.LynnChadwickfeltthatnotsendingaproxybecauseyoucouldnotfindaresponsibleoneisajustifiedexcuse.Asfarasbeingapresidentialcandidate,youareasenatorfirst.Ifyoucannotfulfillyourobligationsasasenatoryoucannotfulfillyourobligationsaspresident.MikePoolesaidthatRulesisdoingtheirjobnot,butnotbeforebecausehewasnotgiventhe ThevotetocensorJulioGraciapassedbyavoteof12y,3n,2a,laoThevotetocensorMikePoolefailedbyavoteof5y,7n,13a.StudentServices-PetitionswillbecirculatingtogetaselfservicepostofficeintheUnion.Elections-Neededpollwatchers.Thankedthecoreofpeoplewhohavehelpedwiththeelections.E.J.CuneosaidthathewasproudofthewayeverybodyworkedtogetheronElectionsandwishedtheSenatewouldworkjustashard.OffCampusCommitteeNoformalreport.Meetingsare5:30onThurs.inroom226.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3March28,1984PPB Noformalreport.FacultyAssembly-Noformalreport.SurplusCommitteeNoformalreport.OLDBUSINESSBill60MovedintoFinanceasawhole.SueGaffneyexplainedeachevent.SueWraysaidthattheyweregoingbytheclubguidelines.PassedFinance.$175.05passed.Bill62-MikeMurraysaidthatthebillshouldnotcomeupnow.Thereisnoneedforthis.AftertonightweshouldbeabletomakeadecisiononSASU.Theaveragestudentwillnotbeawareoftheissues.LynnChadwicksaidthatthereferendumcould.ootfeasiblytakeplacebeforeApril1.Billtabledbyavoteof18y,On,2a.Bill65MovedintoRulesasawhole.MikeNemecekaskedifthefundingforthiswasinlastyearsbudget.Itwaswithastipulationthat$150beusedforentertainment.PassedRules.MovedintoFinanceasawhole.MaryJaneRichaskedwhytheywereaskingfor$600more. Mensahsaidthatthebandcostshavegoneup.BryanOgdenaskedifraisingtheticketpricewouldaffectsales.ChrissaidyesandaddedthatPPBhasexhaustedalloftheirfunds.PassedFinance.MiguelMontessaidthatthedinnerinterculturallymixesthestudents.Urgedthesenatetosupporttheband.AndyCsontsaidthatitisagreatexperiencetointeractwiththestudents,professorsandcommunity.Urgedalltopass.BillQuirksaidthatthiswouldbeabigextravaganza.$600wastoomuchforentertainment.DonAmmannsaidthatthedinnerisgreatandmadeamotiontohavea$300incomelineonthe$600allocation.Peoplewillbewillingtopayextradollaronticketprices.Thiswouldgivetheeventa$950totalincomelineanditwasaccepted.KarenMcCarthysaidthata$300incomelinewasnotunreasonable.Itincreasesthestudent'slikelihoodofgoingtothedinner.MikeMurrayaddedastipulationthattherebetwoticketsales.Oneforthedinnerandband,andanotherforjusttheband.Bill65passedbyavoteof17y,On,laoThemeetingwasadjournedat8:17.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage4-March28,1984The32ndmeetingwascalledtoorderat8:45.RollcallwastakenandJulioGracia,BethKueker,PattiTower,JanetO'Hara,JeffBaum,andSueZimmermanwereabsent.BobGhosiowasabsentwithaproxy.LEGALAIDS1.AttorneyFees-Requestwasfor$3202.50and$2450.00recommended.Thisisbasedon70hoursat$35.00/hour.steveGoldbergsaidthatiftheamountofhoursiscut,youwillbeundercuttingthestudents.Hehasmissedhoursthisyear,butthisisnottosaythiswillhappeninthefuture.Hehasbeenverybusythisyear.KarenMcCarthysaidthatbasedonhistory,hehascometotheofficeforabout70hoursandthisiswhatweshouldbudgetfor.AndyCsontmotionedtofundat$2450.00anditpassedbyavoteof14y,2n,Oa.2.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$300and$340recommended.Karensaidthatthiswillallowfornewpublications,updates,copying,andmoreadvertising.AndyCsontmotionedfor$340anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$2790.00SEEP r:--Office Supplies-Requestwasfor$300and$284.55recommended.MarkTaylermotionedfor$284.55anditpassed.2.Advertising-Requestwasfor$140.90and$140.90recommended.$140.90passed.3.Equipment-$178.82requestedand$268.72recommended.Thisisanadequateamounttobuytwowalkietalkies.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$268.72anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$694.17SAVAC1.Communications-Requestwasfor$439.50and$95.50recommended.KarenMCCarthysaidthatthepagerunitshouldgothroughfixedassets.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$95.50anditpassed.2.Insurance-Requestwasfor$3500and,,$3500recommended.Itpassed.3.PublicRelations-Requestwasfor$112and$112recommended.Itpassed.4.MedicalExpenses-Requestwasfor$2190.70and$1890.70recommended.Theshocktrousersshouldgothroughfixedassets.$1890.70passed.5.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$481.41and$200recommended.Miguelmotionedfor$200.JohnBondimadeafriendlyamendmentfor$281.41anditwasnotaccepted.$200passedbyavoteofRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage5March28,1984l6y,3n,lao6.Personnel-Requestwasfor$745.95and$276.50recommended.DiedreMaleckimotionedfor$276.50.MiguelMontesmadeafriendlyamendmentfor$303.95tofundfortheclockandmorepatches.Itwasnotaccepted.JohnBondithenmotionedfortheclockandmorepatchesanditwasaccepted.Themotionfor$303.95passed.7.Conference-Requestwasfor$150and$100recommended.Theorganizationsaidthattheywouldlikemoremoneybecausetheywanttosendmoremembers.AlanRoggenmotionedfor$100.MaryJaneRichmade a friendlyamendmentfor$150anditwasaccepted.$150passedbyavoteoflly,lOn,2a.TOTALBUDGET-$6252.15SASURequestwasfor$19704and$0recommendedbyBudgetCouncil.TherationalewasthatOswegoisastronggovernment.SASUshouldprovidevisability.accountabilityandstructure.Wehavetochangeforthetimesandconditions.Wearebreakingatrend,wehavefundedSASUfor15years.Wemustbeverysupportiveifwearegoingtosend$20000offcampus.JimTierneysaidthathewantedtoanswerallquestions.SASUcancha.nge.Itisaflexibleorganization.SASUfoundedin1970anditisastudentrunorganization.ThemainpurposesofSASUistoprotectthequalityofSUNY,protectstudentsrights(voting,dormortenant,drinkingage,women'ssafety),andstudentgovernance.SASUisamembershipinstitutionandthereareninefulltimestaffmembers.ScottWexlersaidthatSASUisincorporated.ThefoundationofSASUisbasedoncontributionsfortaxpurposes.Thisisacombined$200,000budget.Thereisaflowingbudgetwhichisapprovedbydelegatesandguidedbythe ofdirectorsandofficers.$200,000breakdown.-$50,000goesdirectlytocampusactivities-4fieldorganizers-50%oforganizerdirectorssalary-Travelbudget$8000-1/3oflegislativedirector-Communicationsdirector-Researchdirector-printer50%inhouseprintingThereisalsoadministrativesupportwhichincludessalaries,insurance.Theaveragestaffsalaryis40hours/week.Theyreceive$9100whichisanaverage of about$4.38/hour.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage6March28,1984JenniferWischermotionedfor$19704.RickLeesaidthatwhatwearevotingonisaconcept-supportofstudentsandSUNY.SueCastrignosaidthatSASUhasmanyproblemsinitbutshewantedeachofthesenatorstoaskthequestion"wherewillwegoifwefundSASUat$0"Whowillwecallforhelp.KarenMcCarthysaidthatweshouldnothavetowaitforacrisisoncampusforSASUtoshowup.Therehavebeenpromisesfor15years.Shehasnotseenthesepromisesfulfilled.Therehastobeaturningpointsometime.JanineFrainiermadeananalogy.WhatwouldhappeniftheSAfeewasnotmandatory.DoyouthinkUMOwouldbefundedorevenSAVAC.Notoneofyouinthisroomhasevercometometoairgrievences.Everytimethereisaconferenceeachoneofyouhastheopportunitytogobutdoyou?AllisonZanesaidthattherisapathyonthiscampuswhichisoutofcontrol.WithoutSASUthingswouldbemuchworse.Wearenotspeakingabout$19000perperson.Wearespeakingabout$3.00/person. She feltthateachpersononthiscampusreapsmuchmorethan$3.00fromSASU.$3.00isasmallpricetopayforwhattheycouldbedoingforus.LouTaravellasaidthathehasbeeninSAforalongtimeandinthebeginningdidnotknowwhatSASUwas.Nowweknow.SASUsaidtohaveabetterletterwritingcampaign.DowegetpaperandenvelopesfromSASU.Wegetdirectories,butdowegettoldwhoareourfriendsandwhoareourenemies.ThingsthatreallyconcernuswerenevertoldtousbySASU. IwantSASUtolookattheproblemsonourcampus.Idon'tfeelit'sgoingtohappen.WewenttocourtforvotingrightsandwhatdidSASUdo.Suretheycaledusandgaveusanameofalawyerbutthat'sit.I'mnotinfavoroffundingSASUat$19,00.0.It'stimeOswegosaidwearnotgoingtofundeveryone'sproblems-toomanyschoolsgetafreeridefromourfees.SueWraysaidthatwhensheranforvicepresidentshedidnothaveanyideasaboutSASU.WehavebecomesophisticatedfromSASU. IfirmlybelieveourpullingoutwillcauseadominoeffectthroughouttheSUNYsystem.CanyoureallyblameSASU,whataboutourdelegates. Why don'ttheyhavetobeheldaccountable?SASUdoesn'tneglectus.Wemadeconcernsaboutanorganizer,hewastakencareof.Didwepraisethemwhentheydidthat?Whydidyouwaittillnowtoairconcerns?It:'stoodrastictogotozero.SASUhastrainedSueandshelearnedorganizingskillsfromthemthatareinvaluable.Idon'tenvythestudentbodyorSAifSASUisfundedatzero.Wetrainedyounow,butwhowillyouturntowhenthingschange.LindaHoosaidthatalotofgoodpointshavebeenbroughtout.Alotshealsodidnotagreewith.Thinkofthis$3.00asaninvestmentinyourfuture.It'syourresponsibilitytoinvestandsupportyourfuture.Wehave22yearRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage7March28,1984oldsinthisorganizationbeinglistenedtoby30-40-50yearolds.Allthepointsbroughtoutwillbetakenintoconsideration.Wewillbemakingabigstepforward.Wehavearesponsibilitytoeverystudentnotonlyoursbuteverystudentinthisstate.Thinkaboutwhateveryonehassaid.BillQuirksaidthatSueCastrignoandRickLeehadspokenaboutachangefromwithin.Wehavethreedelegateshere,whatbettertimeforachange.SASUadmitstheirfaults,whatbetterreasontofundthemat$0oratareducesrate.GeoffWeissaskediffeescouldbedroppedto$1or$1.50/personandhaveotherschoolscomeinthatdon'tfundnow?I'dliketoseeusstaywithSASU,andwillvoteinfavoroffundingthem.DaveRothsteinraisedthequestionaboutaccountability.WhatabouteachsenatorwhohasnotgonebacktoyourconstituencyanddiscussedSASU.SureSASUhasmademistakes,butwhataboutourown.PeteDevinesaidthatwhenhewentthroughitwithBudgetCouncilhedidnotknowhowhestoodwithSASU.WhatisourresponsibilitytoSASUandwhatistheirresponsibilitytous?IfwedecidetofundSASUwehavetostraightenourthesituation.BudgetCouncilandtheSenate'sconcernsareagoodstartingpoint.LouTaravellasaidthathewouldbe in favorof,thebillexceptthatacommitteeopentoeverybodyshouldbesetuptoaddresstheconcernsandissuesofSASU.JenniferWischeracceptedtheamendment.MikeNemecekwasgladthatthestipulationwasmade.Hopeithelpspeopletodecide.YouaredecidingmanyissuestonightconcerningSASU.I'llpointafingeratmyselfforslackingoffasadelegate,butoneshouldbepointedateachofthesenatorsinthisroombecauseyouhaveneverapproachedme.Steeringcommitteeisagoodidea.Wecan'texpectSASUtogiveuseverypennybackthatwegivethem.Weshouldstaywiththemandseewhathappens.Ifaproblemstillexists,thenweshouldfundthematzero.DaveMcNallycalledthequestion.E.J.Cuneomotionedforrollcall.Thebudgetpassedbyavoteof22y,3n,Oa.yyyyy yyyny y yyMaryFishGeoffWeissE.J.CuneoAllisonZaneBillQuirkBobGhosioAndyCsontBryanOgdenLynnChadwick Nichael PooleLindaHooMiguelMontesMaryJaneRichOswego,NewYork13126JohnBondiyLouTaravellayMichaelNemecekYDaveMcNallyY Don Ammann YEricHoeglerYJenniferWichserYMarkTaylernAlanRoggennDierdreMaleckiYJudyPowersyMaureenMcDonaldY___________ ...::.C---"'-----=--.:..::.......:-=--...::...:..::=--=-=::::. Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage8March28,1984$3200andanditfailed.JanetO'HaraThe33rdMeetingwascalledtoorderat5:40onThursday,March8,1984.RollcallwastakenandJulioGracia,BethKueker,AlanRoggen,JudyPowers,PattiTowerAllisonZane,BillQuirk,BobGhosio,AndyCsont,SueZimmerman,LindaHooandMaryFishwereabsent.LouTaravella,MarkTayler,GeoffWeiss,E.J.Cuneo,JeffBaumandMiguelMonteswereabsentwithaproxy.WTOP r:--Programming -RequestwasfOr$4100and$3230recommended.BobZieglersaidthatTOPwantstoincreasetheirlibraryofpermanentprogramming.ThiswillincreaseWTOP'squality.Don Ammannmotionedfor$3230anditpassed.2.Production-Requestwasfor$230and$230recommended.JohnBondicalledthequestionanditpassed.3.Publicityandpublicrelations-Requestwasfor$150and$89.60recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$89.60anditpassed.4.Telephone-Requestwasfor$600and$400recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor.$400anditpassed.5.Broadcastoperationsandengineering-Requestwasfor2752.46and$1822.46recommended.Theorganizationsaidthattheyneedtohavemoldingtosecurethewires.Therewasamotionfor$2009.46whichaddedthemoldingduct.Don AmmannsaidthatMikeJonesmightnotallowtheworktobedone.$2009.46passedbyavoteof7y,5n,5a.6.Newsdepartment-Requestwasfor$2135and$1635recommended.Miguelmotionedfor$1635anditpassed.7.Postage-Requestwasfor$280and$200recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$240basedontheincreasedamountofmailingduetotheengineerleaving.Miguelcalledthequestionandthemotionfailed.MaureenMcDonaldmotionedfor$200anditpassedbyavoteof9y,5n,2a.8.MaintenanceContingencyAccount-Requestwasfor$2000recommended.Don Ammannmotionedfor$2000MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$3200anditfailed.motionedfor$2300anditpassed.9.Officesupplies-Requestwasfor$250.53and$150recommended.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$150anditpassed.10.IncomeLine-Recommendationwasfor$500.WTOPfeltthat$500istoohigh.Thatistwoandonehalftimeswhatitisnow.LynnChadwicksaidthatBudgetCouncilalwayssaystolookatpastspendingrecords.WTOPhasnotmade$200incomelinesinthreeyears.$200passedforincomeline.TOTALBUDGET-$10,044.66Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage9March28,1984WRA r:OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$164.85and$164.85recommended.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$164.85anditpassed.2.Supervisors-Requestwasfor$1800and$1800recommended.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$1800anditpassed.3.Officials-Requestwasfor$2560and$2360recommended.$2360passed.4.Equipment-Requestwasfor$376.80and$350recommended.MaryJaneRichmotionedfor$350anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$4674.85WVSOTherewasamotiontotakeWVSOoffthetable.MiguelMontesmotionedtofundat$67307.20.Thequestionwascalledand$67307.20passed.WOMEN'SSOCCER1.Equipment-Requestwasfor$700and$160recommended.MikePoolemotionedfor$437.50.MaryJaneRichmadeafriendlyamendmenttodropthetimeclockfor$25.00.Itwasaccepted.Shesaidthatatimeclockwasnotneeded.KaraYoungsaidthatasecondgameballisneeded.DierdreMaleckimadeafriendlyamendmentfor$332.50.Itwasaccepted.PeteDevinesaidthathewantedtoseetheorganizationgetastart.Petewashesitantaboutfundingat$332.50.JanetO'Harawasagainstthemotion.Wescrutinizebudgetsonhow wewanttosee progress.$332.50passed.2.Meals-Requestwasfor$720and$0recommended.PeteDevinesaidthatclubsdon'tgetfundedformealsortravel.MiguelMontesmotionedfor$0anditpassed.3.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$41and$20recommended.DierdreMaleckimotionedfor$20anditpassed.4.Telephone-Requestwasfor$40and$20recommended.MikePoolemotionedfor$20anditpassed.5.Officials-Requestwasfor$.160and$160recommended.MiguelMontesmadeamotionfor$160.DierdreMaleckimadeamotionfor$80anditwasnotaccepted.$160passed.6.Travel-Requestwasfor$976.50and$0recommended.PeteDevinesaidthatwedon'tfundfortravelforclubs.MikePoolemotionedfor$0anditpassed.TOTALBUDGET-$532.50REFRIGERATION1.Director'sSalary-Requestwasfor$800and$800recommended.PeteDevineexplainedthatrefrigerationhadarealhardtimethisyearbecauseofthecompetitiononcampus.Therewasamotionfor$800anditpassed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage10March28,19842.Assistant'sSalary-Requestwasfor$400and$0recommended.$0passed.3.StudentWorkers-Requestwasfor$500and$500recommended.$500passed.4.Transportation-Requestwasfor$350and$300recommended.$300passed.5.OfficeSupplies-Requestwasfor$50and$50recommended.$50passed.6.Publicity-Requestwasfor$200and$200recommended.$200passed.7.Lease-Requestwasfor$16752and$16752recommended.$16752passed.TOTALBUDGET-$18602.00Meetingwasadjournedat9:50.Respectfullysubmitted, Jdcelyn Sokolski,SenateClerkGoodbyetoallthesenatorsandadministrationthatareleaving.Itwasfunworkingwithyouall!Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession1st r1eeting April6,1983Bill1PresidentoftheSenateWHEREJlS,theStuden tJlssociationfiscalyearrunsfromJu1y1toJune30,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationcannotfunctionwithoutanannualbudget,and,WHEREAS,the18th Leg is1ativeSessionSenatehaspreparedabudgetforthe1983-84year,andWHEREAS, tbe saidbudgetistheproductofmanyhoursofhardwork andheateddebate,andWHEREAS,thelargemajorityinvolvedinthepreparationandapprovalofthebudgetagreethatitisthebestpossiblebudgetthatcouldbe drawnup,consideringallthecircumstancesasevidencedbythepassageofBill50bythe18thLegislativeSession,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthisSenateapprovesandadoptsasit'sownthe1983-84budgetasapprovedandtransmittedbythe18thLegislativeSession.SUBMITTEDBY:SueCastrigno,StudentAssociationPresidentKenKirsch,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekBethBackusSENATEACTIONVoteof27y,2n,1aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApril15,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentJlssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril6,1983Bill2 W HERE PS, committeeshavebeenreestab1ished,and thesecommitteesshouldbeaddedtotheorderofsuccessiontothepresidency,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofJlrtsandSciencesatOswegothatthelineofsuccessiontothepresidencyshallbeasfollows:1.VicePresident2.PresidentPro-Tempore3Ru1esCornmitteeChair4FinanceCommitteeChair5.StudentServicesChair6.ElectionsCommitteeChair7CommunityRe1ationsChair8SUNYAffairsChair90ffCampusCommitteeThisbillsuperceedsallpreviouslegislation.PresidentoftheSenateSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteof 30Y, On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTAprill5,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState CollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession2ndMeeting.I\pril13,1983 Bill3PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thefixedassetsandthecontingencyaccountsperformafunctionofsecurityandstabilitywithintheStudentAssociationbudget,and inorderforbothoftheseaccountstoeffectivelyperformtheirfunctions,theymustbeadequatelyfinanced,therefore Be itenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof YorkatOswegothat:1.6.5%oftheStudentAssociationbudgetwould beallocatedautomaticallyatthebeginningofeachStudentAssociationbudgethearingtofixedassetsandcontingencyaccounts;andthatthemoneyallocatedtoeachaccountbe removed fromtherestofthebudget,therebymakingtheseaccountsindependentfromsuccessiveconsiderationswithintheStudentAssociationbudget.2.The 6.5%canbedividedbetweenfixedassetsandcontingencyastheSenatedeemsnecessarybasedontherecommendationofBudgetCouncil.ILLUSTRATIONYear2000-2001,totalsumfromallsourcesoffundsisequalto$500,000(fromS.A.fees,interestsoninvestments,summersessiondues,refrigerationincome,M.I.A.gatereceipts.income,etc.).5%ofthistotalisallocatedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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Page 2Bill3 TUDENT SSOCIATIONtofixedassets ($25.000). and5%moreisallocatedtocontingency.(another$25.000).Onlytheremaining$450.000canbeconsideredforfurtherdisbursementbytheStudentAssociationSenate.Beitfurtherenactedthatanysurplusorany moneynotallocatedattheendoftheStudentAssociationbudgethearing.willbedistributedtofixed andcontingencyaccounts.ThislegislationtobecomeeffectivestartingonthenextStudentAssociationbudgethearing.PresidentoftheSenateSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaSENATEACTIONVoteof 24y.2n. 3aDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENT May11.1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity wllege atOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril13,1983Bill4WHEREAS,resolutionsareaprimarymethodoftheStudentAssociationSenateformakingstatements,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,resolutionsbytheSenatedealwithmanyphilosophicalandpracticalissuesaffectingthelivesofallstudentsatSUNYOswego, and HERE AS, theeffeetiveness0fres01uti0nsw0u1dbegreat1yenhancedifsenatorsweregiventimetothink,toconfer2withconstituents,andtoresearchresolutionscomingtotheSenatefloor,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeof Arts andSciencesatOswegothatresolutionsremaininthepacketforoneweekbeforecomingtotheflooroftheSenatefordiscussion.Beitfurtherenactedthat,ifnecessary,aresolutioncanbeplacedonspecialorders,therebywaivingtheone weekinthepacketstipulation.SPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaSENATEACTIONVoteof26y, In, OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT lip ri1 21, 1983Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126residentPhone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATION Stu dent Jls sociation Of[;"" of tl."'l!i",,-prud"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswego Se nate19thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril13.1983Bi115PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS. aclearsenseofidentityisnecessaryandbeneficial,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentJlssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthenameStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswego(anditsabbreviationSUNYOswego)beusedtoidentifyourschoolandbeusedinourdocumentsandlegislation.insteadofthelengthyandawkwardStateUniversityofNewYorkCo11ege0f Arts an dSciencesatOswego. SPONsm EDBY:JulioGracia W ITHORAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession2ndMeetingApril13,1983Bill6PresidentoftheSenateWHERE PS, theElectionsCommitteeforthe19thSessionhasnothadtimetoorganize,andWHEREAS,theSenateofthe18thLegislativeSessionpassedBill43requiringareferendumtobeheldonthe19thofApril,1983,andWHERE PS, thepurposeofBi1143istoconductareferendumtoarnendtheStuden tAssociationConstituti0nArtic1eI,SectionV,and WHEREPS, areferendumtoamendtheconstitutionshouldhave time tobeadequatelydecideduponbythestudentsofthiscollege,and WHEREPS, therehas beennopublicityforthisreferendum,and WHERE PS, fun dshavenot bee nall0catedforvariousrnateria1stocarryoutthe thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork:CbllegeofArts andSciencesatOswegothatthereferendumtobeheldonthe19thofApril,1983 bepostponeduntiltheElections Committee hasreorganizedand has hadtimetoefficientlyplanandexecutetheabovementionedreferendum.ItmustbedonebeforeMay10th.ThisbillsupercedesBill43ofthe18thLegislativeSession.Phone(315)341SPONSOREDBY:PeterSawyerLauraGrossSENATE ,L\CTION Voteof27y,On,OaDATEPRESENTED T288t. IOn .Apri 115,1983Oswego,NewYork13126resident

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting April 20,1983Bill7WHERE PS, theSenatepassedBill6statingthatareferendumvotemustbeheldbyMay10th,1983,andWHEREAS,theElectionsaccountiscurrentlywithoutfunds,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudent SenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorklCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$238.73betransferredfrom Account #885toElections kcount #876tocoverthecostoftheupcomingreferendumvote.SPONSOREDBY:JanineFrainierEricHoeglerTOTJlL.9819.75.454.06$25.245.05$18.937.00168.0044.80$238.73PRI .493.95.15.58ITEMstencilsreemsofpaperdittomasterposterboard22X28QU ANT ITYSENATEACTIONVoteof26y,In,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENT April 25,19832537Subtotalminus25%discountTOTALprintingofposterboards(14X.50)Stipendsforpollwatchers($2.00anhourX7hoursX12peoplePollstobe open from10-3and7-9 pageOswegonianadTOT Pl Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril20,1983Bill8WHEREAS,thepresentOswegonian copycameraisnolongerfunctioningtomeettheneedsofthepaper,andWHEREAS,thiscopycamerahasbeeninuseforclosetotenyears,andWHEREAS,thepresentcopycameraneedsarebeingmetbytheprinteratnochargeasatremendousfavor,butinthefuturewewillhavetopayforthisservice,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,itismorecostefficienttopurchaseanewcopycameraforthepaper,thantopayforthisservice,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$3195 betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#896toOswegonianEquipmentAccount#618forthepurposeofbuyingtheOswegonian anewcopycamera.SUBMITTEDBY:OswegonianSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecek MikePerrin SENATE ACTIONVoteof29y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember15,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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SSOCIATION 3tiJdent JlssociationStateUniversity wllege atOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting Ppril 20,1983Bill9PresidentoftheSenateWHEREJlS,WTOP-TV,O1annel10,isagrowingandviablestudentmediaserviceservingon-campusstudents,and WTOPisattemptingtoexpandit'sviewingaudienceconsiderablywithprogrammingappearinginthecityofOswegoontheGroup Wcablesystem,and WHERE PS, W TOP's staff consists0fap pro xi mately120studen tswhoprovidevariousstudentproductions,and WHEREJlS, theirabilitytoperformthisserviceisbecomingincreasinglyimpairedbythedeterioratingqualityoftheirbroadcasttelevisioncameraswhicharesevenormoreyearsold,andWHEREPS,forWTOPtocontinueoperatinginitspresentcapacity,orattemptanymeaningfulexpansion,itwillneednewbroadcastqualitycolortelevisioncameras,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudent SenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork wllege ofArts andSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$23,511.00betransferredfromFixedPssets J'ccount #896toWTOPstudioimprovementsaccount#659forthepurchaseofthefollowing:3JV(ky-1900vcolorTVcamerasinstudioconfiguration.Eachcameraincludes: 1ky1900 OIU camera1HZ2100U1ens(l4-1-serv0zoom) 1 VF-2500 5"viewfinder1AP.C-19U AC adaptor1HZZ5100Uservoz-omlenscontrol1 HZWMIOU focusmanuallenscontrol1 RS-1900Uremotecontrolunit1V(-51314PIWROJcable65ft.3,145.001,000.00520.00250.00360.00240.00498.00285.00Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2 Office of CVice-pruiJent Bill9PresidentoftheSenateTotalforeachcamera6,298.00TOTJ.llforthreecameras18,894.001 VF-1900U1.5"engviewfinder1DCC-19Ubatterypack1V C 512camera/vtrcable1VSM-5videotekwaveform and 1TSM-5vectorscopewithrackmount1 WJ-300BpanavideodistributionamplifierTotalforaboveitems TOTPJ... FORENTIRE PACKJ'GE 306.00127.00 124.003,850.00210.00 $4,61 7.00$23,511.00Freeinstallationincluded.Al1equipmentfrom Pro fessionalE1ectronicsCo.,Sc hen ectady,NYSUBMITTEDBY:WTOP craig BensonJohnRockwellSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekStipulation:ThatWTOPdevelopadocumentedlongrangeplan;ideasofhowthingsshouldchangeandhowthestationshouldbemaintainedandequipmenthandled.SENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember26,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStuden tAssociation Office of tl.eCVice-presiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril20,1983Bill10PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, theStudentAssociationfee fir theStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswegoiscurrentlysetat$75yearlyand hasbeenforthelastfouryears,and HERE AS,theStateUni ve rsityis besetbyincreasingenr011mentcapsbyDOB,and WHER EAS,wearefacedwithinflation,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationisunabletofundorganizationsandprogramsinthesamemannerasinthepast,and withoutanincreaseinthemanditoryS.A.feemanyprogramsmay tobeeliminated,andotherscutback,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationmandatoryfeebeincreased from $75.00ayearto$85.00ayear.Beitfurtherenactedthatallgeneratedrevenuefromtheincreasewillbedepositedintocontingencyandfixedassetsaccountsforfiscalyear1983-84only.BeitfurtherenactedthattheS.A.feebeimplementedat$50fortheFallsemesterand $35fortheSpringsemester."Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill10 Off;"" of pr"g;Jmt Page 2SUBMITTEDBY:SueCastrigno,StudentAssociationPresidentKenKirsch,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:JanineFrainierPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTIONVoteof31y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTApri128,1983Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone (315) 341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 19thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril20,1983Bill11PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WOCRprovidesSUNY-Oswegowithavitalsourcetothiscampuswithinformation,news,music,andspecialprogramming,andWHEREAS,WOCRsuppliesavaluablelearningexperienceforthosestudentsinterestedinradioandbroadcasting,andWHEREAS,WOCRneedsmanyitemsthatcouldnotbefundedthroughtheirbudget,andWHEREAS,the18thLegislativeSessiongave them moneyforabroadcastboard,andWHEREAS,thisbroadcastboardcannotfunctionwithoutthenecessaryaccessaries,andWHEREAS,inthepastyearthestationhasbeenforcedtodoalltheprogrammingandtaping,includingthedailyoperations,ontheonefunctionalboard,andWHEREAS,unnecessarystrainandmaintenanceisconflicteduponthisboardandtheotheroneliesinactive,inneedofvitalaccessories,a,b,andc,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$4,820betransferredfrom Fixed AssetsAccount#896toStudioImprovementAccount#646fortheitemsenumerated below: A.1TripledeckcartmachineB.1 ReeltoreelrecorderC.4DirectdriveturntablesRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126$2,800.00700.001,400.00$4,900.00Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage 2Bill11SPONSOREDBY:PaulAtkinsonPresidentoftheSenateStipulation:ThatWOCRdevelopadocumentedlongrangeplan:ideasofhowthingsshouldchangeandhowthestationshouldbemaintainedandequipmenthandled.SENATEACTIONVoteof29y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember27,1983Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril 1983Bill12WHEREJlS,theOntarianisavaluableStudentAssociationorganizationwhosefunctionistoputtogetherayearbookofthebestqualitypossible,and they cannoteffectivelyaccomplishtheirfunctionwithoutoperableandqualityequipment,and WHEREPS,atypewriterisanintricatepieceofequipmentintheproductionoftheOntarian,and WHERE liS, duetothea m 0unt0fuseandage,thispieceofequipmentisnotfunctioningproperly,norisiteconomicallyserviceable,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentJlssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeof Jlrts andSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$398.97betransferredfromfixedassetsaccount#toOntarianaccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurchaseofthefollowing SUBMITTED TheOntarianSPONSOREDBY:Michae1R.DeLarmWITHDRAWNPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thlegislativeSession4th r1 eeting ,l\pril 27,1983Bill13PresidentoftheSenate Intramuralsportscompetitionisanintegralpartofourcollegeatmosphere,andWHEREAS,MRAsoftballisthemajorcompositionoftheSpringintramuralprogram,andWHEREAS, nRA badmittoDfinalsarenecessaryforoverallcompletionoftheall-sportsaward,andWHEREAS,becauseoftheextremenumberofstudentparticipantsinthe RAFa11andSpringint ram uralpr0gram,theofficialsandsupervisorsaccounthasbeendepletedoffundsduetotheneedofthelargerofficiatingandsupervisorystaff,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$192.00betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885toofficialsaccount#471forthepurposeofpayingstudentsupervisorsforthesoftballandbadmittonphasesoftheMRAprogram.Softballsupervisor88hoursX4 weeks X$2.00/hourBadmittonsupervisor8hoursX2daysX$2.00/hourSUBMITTEDBY:ScottBurghardtSPONSOREDBY:DonAmmann S!:NATE ACTIONVoteof25y,2n,1aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay11,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341$176.0016.00 \ $192.00 .)-:7/

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity atOswegoSenate19thlegislativeSession4thMeetingApril27,1983Bill14PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,the18thlegislativeSessionbudgethearingsmandatedthatthePresidentmuststayafullyear,ratherthanaschoolyear,andWHEREAS,inthepastithas been recommendedthatthePresidentstayforthe summer, butnotmandated,and W HERE AS, thePresidentissalaryf0 'r' thesurnmer sessionhas inthepastcome beforetheSenateasas eparatebill,andWHEREAS,thesalarybudgetedforthe19thlegislativeSessiondoesnotreflectthecompensationforthefull andWHEREAS, the sumof$131.00willbringthisaccounttoits proper balance,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthe of$131.00betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885toaccount#858, Salary/19thSession,toreflectthepropersalarythatshouldbe payedtothePresidentforthefullyear. ACTIONVoteof25y,On,OaDATE TO PRESID[NTMay:l,1983 SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:KennethKirsch,Di F/i./JJ) Beth A. Backus .PresidentRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession4thMeetingApril28,1983Bill15PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationallotstheVicePresidentasalarybasedon28weeks,andWHEREAS,Sue WrayistheVicePresidentoftheStudentAssociation,andwillbeactingassuchfromJune1stuntilAugust31st,andWHEREAS,therearea numberofsummerprojectsforSuetoworkonthatwillbenefittheStudentAssociation,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$400 betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885toaccount#870contingentupon summeremployment.SUBMITTEDBY:SueCastrignoSPONSOREDBY:LouTaravellaSENATEACTIONVoteof27y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMay11,1983 ) /"----, Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thlegislativeSession5thMeetingray4,1983 gill 16WHEREAS,theSenatedecidedtoraisethemandatoryStudentAssociationfeeby$10atit'slastmeeting,andPresidentoftheSenate WH:REAS, theraisewillresultinanincreaseinthe1983-84fiscalbudgetof$66,950,andWHEREAS,thismoneymustbeappropriatedinthenextfiscalbudget,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork it Oswegothatthefollowingbudgetexpendituresbeincreased:Contingencyby:FixedAssetreplacementby$10,950$56,000SUBMITTEDBY:KennethKirsch,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecek ACTIONVoteof27y,On,OaDATE PRESENTED TOPRESIDENT r1ay 11,1983PresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession6thMeetingSeptember14,1983Bill17PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,anagreementwas madebetweenthepastadministrationDirectorofRefrigerationand awarehousingfirmwithoutthisadministration'sknowledge,andWHEREAS,StudentAssociationisaresponsibleorganizationandwillpayitsoutstandingobligations,andWHEREAS,ourcontracthasexpiredwiththeabovefirminquestion,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothat$450.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount# 897toRefrigeratorStorageAccount#866.SUBMITTEDBY:JamesDingley,DirectorofRefrigerationKarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:JanineFrainierSENATEACTIONVoteof29y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember15,1983 SueCastrigno,S.A.PresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession6thMeetingSeptember 14,1983 Bill18PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, VoterregistrationisatoppriorityoftheStudentAssociation,and WHEREAS, asuccessfulvoterregistrationdrivewasheldSeptember 7, 1983inLaker Hall, and WHEREAS, eachworkerwore at-shirtthatencouragedstudentstoregisterto vote, and WHEREAS, eachhard-workerwore at-shirtandshouldnothavetopayfor it, thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$234 betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toVoter DriveAccount#731in order topayforthet-shirts.SUBMITTEDBY:SueWraySPONSOREDBY:JanineFrainierSENATEACTIONVoteof 20y,3n, 5aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember 15, 1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession6thMeetingSeptember14,1983Bill19WHEREAS,StudentAssociationisrequiredbylawtoundergoanannualauditofitsfinancialsystem,andWHEREAS,complicationsintheaccountingprocesspreventedtheStudentAssociationrecordsoffiscalyear1981-1982frombeingprofessionallyreviewed,andWHEREAS,duringtheearlysummermonthsallrecordswereinternally.updatedandexternallyauditedbyacertifiedpublicaccountant,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theauditorspentmanylonghardhoursreviewingtwoyearsoftediousinformationandpreparinganalysisofStudentAssociation'sfinancialpositionforfiscalyears1981-1982and1982-1983,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$3800 betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAuditAccount#743SUBMITTEDBY:Karen McCarthySPONSOREDBY:BethA.BackusSENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember15,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislative 6thMeetingSeptember14,1983Bill20PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,the Corner StoreistheStudentAssociationgrocerystoreservingvirtuallyeverystudentat Oswego, andWHEREAS,Becauseofthe"BottleBill",theCornerStorecannotoperatewithoutareliablecashregister,andWHEREAS,atthistimetheCornerStoredoesnotpossessareliablecashregister,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$914.95betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#896toCornerStoreEquipmentAccount#786forthepurchaseofacashregisterasenumeratedbelow:1 CashRegister1 DrawerTOTALSUBMITTEDBY:JanetBurkeBernadetteFlanaganScottVanWieSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember15,1983$895.0019.95$914.95Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession6thMeetingSeptember14,1983Bill21WHEREAS,itistheStudentAssociation'sresponsibilitytoeducatethestudentbodyaboutwhattheStudentAssociationdoes,andWHEREAS,apublicationaboutStudentAssociationwould be avaluablesourceofinformationforthestudentsofOswego,andWHEREAS,aStudentAssociationhandbook/calendarhasbeenJayedoutoverthesummercontaining38pagesofStudentAssociationevents,organizations,and ahistoryofOswegoCollegeCommunity, andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,3500copieswillbeavailabletoeverystudent,andWHEREAS,thecalendarwasdiscussedatthelastSenatemeetingasa summerproject,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswe90thatthesumof$2,165.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toStudentAssociationCalendarAccount. # 764(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)fortheprintingofaStudentlAssociationcalendar.SUBMITTEDBY:SuzanneCastrignoSusanR.WraySPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteof23y,2n,4aOswego.NewYork13126DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember15 -'--,----,---1.L9"'-8.>L3-'-_Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession6thMeetingSeptember14,1983Bill22PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,largesumsofmoney must bekeptinasecureplace,andWHEREAS,duetowear,theStudentAssociationsafewasnotinworkingorder,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$194.50betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toSafeMaintenanceAccount#769forrepairsonthedoorandreplacementofthelockontheCheckCashingsafe.SUBMITTEDBY:Karen McCarthySPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTION, Voteof27y,ln,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember27,1983residentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126_____________ ---

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember22,1983Bi1123PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStatePressServiceisastudentrun andstudentfundedpressservice,andWHEREAS,theOswegonianwasinstrumentalingettingtheStatePressServicestartedinthefirstplace,andWHEREAS,theOswegonianisunabletocoverstatewideissuesthateffectstudentswiththedepthandthoroughnessthattheseissuesmerit,and WMEREAS, theStatePressServicewouldprovideagreatadditiontotheOswegonian'snewsgatheringcapabilitiesinstatewidestudentissues,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNew York atOswegothatthefundsprovidedinOswegonianPressServicesAccount #607 bemadeavailableforthepurchaseoftheStatePressService.SUBMITTEDBY:TheOswegonianSPONSOREDBY:MichaelPerrinRicVanDonse1SENATEACTIONVoteof26y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember28,1983 PresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 19thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember22,1983Bill24WHEREAS,voterregistrationhasbeen aprimarygoaloftheStudentAssociation,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,advertisingisimportantinspreadingtheword,andWHEREAS,buttonsweredesignedandpurchasedthissummertobedistributedtothestudentstopromoteourcause,andWHEREAS,2,500buttonsareencouragingstudentstoregisterandvoteandtheeffectshavebeenoverwhelming,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$311 betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897to Executive PublicityAccount#722 andthatthesumof$111.50betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toSenateOfficeSuppliesAccount#754forthepurposeofvoterregistrationbuttonsasenumeratedbelow:DESCRIPTION15 per250015.00forplateprinting20.00forartworkTOTALSPONSOREDBY: RicVanDonselSENATEACTIONVoteof22y,2n,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTSeptember28, HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601PRICE$387.5015.0020.00$422.50

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSessionSeptember22,1983Bill25PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSenatehastosetthedatesforthefallelections,andWHEREAS,a numberofSenateseatsmust befilledbytheelection,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothatthefallelectionwillbeasfo11ows:9-26-8310-3-8310-7-8310-17-8310-17-83PetitionavailablePetitionsdueat3p.m.Officialslatepostedat12noon.Campaigningbeginsatnoon.Campaigningendsatpollingplacesat8a.m.Electionsbeginat9a.m.and endat7 p.m.inalldininghallsandtheunion.Thisbillshallsupersedeanyandallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTEDBY:David McNallySPONSOREDBY:David McNallySENATEACTIONVoteof26y,In.laDATE PRESENTED TOPRESIDENTSeptember27,1983Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember28,1983Bill26PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thePPBCinevisionsCommitteeisanintegralpartoftheOswegoEntertainmentCommunity, andWHEREAS,PPBCinevisionsprovidestheOswegoCollegeCommunitywithentertainmenteveryTuesday,FridayandSaturdaythroughtopqualityfilms,andWHEREAS,becauseoftheextensiveuseoftheprojectorswhichareowned andoperatedbyPPBCinevisions,andWHEREAS,theseprojectorspresentlybeingusedareover11yearsofageandfastlydeteriorating,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheState ofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$4,000betransferredfrom Account #896 tothePPBCinevisionsAccount#823 (fo beestablisheduponpassageof this bill)forthepurposeoftheneededequipmentlistedbelow:QUANTITYITEMDESCRIPTIONPRICE2each2280 P16mmArcProjectors$2,250.002eachLessMarc300tradein500.00$1,750.002eachoDBOutputModification$100.002eachZoomlensconverter100.002eachLensdifferentialforotherthanstandard2"lens50.00TOTAL ArWUNT $4,500.00-1,000.00$3,500.00$200.00200.00100.00$4,000.00Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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Page 2Bill26 SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenate"ServicecontractofTelex228016mmProjectorissubjectto1year onpartsandlabor.Thereisa90daywarrantyonelectricalcomponents.FactoryauthorizedserviceisavailablethroughCMICommunications.TheequipmentwillbeservicedatTelexCommunicationswhichislocatedin Rochester-;>New York."Thisinformationquotedfrom aletterof9/21/83from RaymondJ.MiltertoAndyDuesler,ChairofPPBCinevisions.SUBMITTEDBY:AndyDuesler,PPBCinevisionsChairSPONSOREDBY:KenSteeleSENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,OaDATEPIESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126residentPhone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState Univessity CollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember28,1983Bill27PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theMen'sIntercollegiateAthleticsplaysanimportantroleforthestudentbody,andWHEREAS,theM.I.A.treasurerhastakenongreatresponsibilities(typinganddeliveringpurchaseordersdaily,pickingupchecks,turningintripexpensesummaries),andWHEREAS,thisrequirestransferringfromLakerHalltotheStudentAssociationoffice,andWHEREAS,inthepasttheM.I.A.treasurerwaspaid$500.00peryear,andWHEREAS,theamountofworkthetreasurerhastodobecauseoftheterminationofonesecretaryhaveincreaseddramaticallyfromlastyearstreasurersjob,andWHEREAS,treasurersofotherorganizationsdogetpaidbutwho'sjobsdon'trequirethemtotravelbetweenLakerHallandtheStudentAssociationOffice,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof-$500.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAdministrativeAccount#forthepur-poseofastipendforM.I.A.treasurer.SUBMITTEDBY:DavidA.VitchSPONSOREDBY: ,#Alan Roggen SENATE ACTIONVoteof4y,22n,4aRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember28,1983atOswegoBill28WHEREAS,UMO'wi11ceasetoexistasaStudentAssociationorganizationifnotfunded,andWHEREAS,its290(approximately)members depend uponStudentAssociationtoperformtheirrespectiveensembles;anecessaryingredienttoenrichstudent'seducation,andthecollegecommunity,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$11,050.00betransferredfromSurplusAccount #99 toUMOAccount#'s910,911,912,913,and 914respectivelycalledChamberSingers,CollegeChoir,ConcertBand,SolidState,andStateSingers.SUBMITTEDBY: UMO SPONSOREDBY:JenniferWichserJohn BondiLouTaravellaDonCorbett Mark TaylerSENATEACTION-October5,1983 Voteof14y,15n MotionrescindedonOctober12,1SENATEACTIONVoteof29y,2n,1aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober17,1983 ..:::c":>"0, \\ Or.'y\:x::..-C-<;..L..U--Ci:.,e.c>.{;..CS:.",01..-0"Sv.....pfJO-\----u.d-eiA\"'body.T.o;'C\,V'c....\\., o... ..,c"-...... : \.0'\CCjO--I{'\ c::..o.-.'h -0V\S-C'-"---""oy--,S'y-..,C>v.-\clt;;(;)3'"oe-6.-eO\-0.-><:''*_.A .trgno.S ..c;:o. \ .. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober 5 t 1983Bill29PresidentoftheSenate WHEREASt amajorityofsenatorshavefeltthattheStudentAssociationcalendarisapositivestepineducating studentst and WHEREASt $2165.00dollarshave beenspenttoprintandpromotethisvaluabletool t and W HEREAS tan Un foreseencost has arisenthatnecessitatestheexpenditureofadditionalfundstocompletethe calendart thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toStudentAssociationCalendarAccount#764fortheprintingoftheStudentAssociationcalendar.SPONSOREDBY:RicVanDonsel J SENATEACTIONVoteof 28Yt On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10,1983Room205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601/0-/0 --K3 President

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession9thMeetingOctober5.1983Bill30PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS.theSenateElectionCommittee hasdecidedthatthe Fall 1983StudentAssociationElections.tobeheldonOctober17.1983.couldberunina moreefficientandcosteffectivewayifheldattheindividualdormdesksandatdormdeskhours.thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheFall1983StudentAssociationElectionsbeheldattheindividualdormsthatareinvolved.atdorm deskhours.andstaffedbytheindividualdormstaffs.Thisbillwillsupercedeallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTEDBY:StudentAssociationElectionCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:David McNallySENATEACTIONVoteof18y.8n.laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober10.1983Room205HewittUnion.A.PresidentDATESIGNEDBYPRESIDENTOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thlegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober 12, 1983Bi1131BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothat1983-1984 Program Fundbeappropriatedwithatotala110ttmentof$14,172.94asenumeratedbelow:SPONSOREDBY:BethA.Backus,FinancersonPresident$743.82317.00306.50215.001,247.001,505.40364.00502.00332.00381.00193.00339.00&Fitness1489.22454.00Kunda1iniMeteorologyO.I.A.A.OswegoTrackClubOswegoWildlifeSocietyPeace&JusticeForumPhilosophyClubPrelawSocietyRhetoricaClubRussianClubSocietyofWomenMgrs.SociologyClub WeightTrainingWritersGuild$270.00325.00231.00153.00725.00232.00 "259.00 385.00222.00513.00109.00287.00199.00572.001,302.00SENATEACTIONVoteof28y,2n,OaAccountingSocietyA.S.P.A.AnthropologyClub B i 010gyCatalinaClubChemistryClub ComputerScienceAssoc.DelSarteEconomics ClubFrenchClub Geology Club German ClubJewishStudentUnion Judo ClubKarateClubDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober13,, 983 IO-/cf:-f/3 DateSigned'byPresident '" "Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober12,1983Bill32PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thepurposeofprogram fundistosubsidizeclubsforeffectivegrassrootsprogramming,andWHEREAS,program fundwasallocated$15,000ofwhich$14,172.94wasallocatedand$827.06remainderexists,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothata program fundcontingencyaccountbeestablishedforthepurposeofsupplementingclubbudgetsbasedinindividualmeritandthe1983-1984Senateprogram fundguidelines.Account numberestablishedwillbeContingencyAccount #979.Beitfurtherenactedthatthesumof$827.06betransferredfrom Program Fund Account #894toProgramFundContingencyAccount /1979. SUBMITTEDBY:KarenM.McCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:BethA.Backus,FinanceSENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober13,1983entRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenat19thlegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober12,1983Bill33WHEREAS,Thissummertherehas been alongstruggleforpeaceinRomulus,N.Y.,andWHEREAS,thewomensencampmenttherehasfocusednationalattentiononwar andthenucleararmsrace,andWHEREAS,onOctober22ndtherewillbealargedemonstrationinRomulus (SampsonStatePark)andmanystudentswouldliketoattend,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$435.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897toNuclearPeaceRallyAccount #894fortherentalofone bus fromCentralNewYork CoachLinestoleavecampus at 8amandreturnat6pm.SUBMITTEDBY:CarlaPaykinSPONSOREDBY:Michael Nemecek MichaelPerrinSENATEACTIONVoteof20y,9n,3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober17,1983Room205HewittUnionwillfail.wi11 /0-I '7-(3 AnyoneinterestedingoingtothenuclearPeaceRallymustsignupwithCarlaPaykinintheUnion.ThiswayPeace andJusticeForumwillnotgetpriority.IfweareliablefordamagesincurredthenIfwearenotliablefor d,ages incurredthenpass. -Peoplewhosignuptogomstsgn afwver forany damagesincurred. / / Stipulation1Stipulation2-Stipulation3Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thlegislativeSession12thMeetingOctober12.1983Bi1134PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS.theStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversity(SASU)isholdingitsannualorganizingconferenceonOctober14.15.16inOneonta.andWHEREAS.thisconferenceoffersauniquelearningexperienceforstudentstomeetotherstudentgovernmentleadersandbringback whattheylearntothecampustohelpourstudentbody.thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$95.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897toSASUOrganizingConferenceAccount #750fortherentalofacarfortransportation.Stipulation1-ThatpeoplewhoattendtheconferencereportbacktotheSenateonthefollowingWednesday.Stipulation2-Ifmorethansixpeoplewouldliketoattend.thena van from BigBenFordwillberentedandthesumsonthisbillwillbeadjustedaccordinglyinordertoaccomodatethispeople.SPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteof26y.2n.3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober17.1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatSenate19thlegislativeSession13thf\1eetingOctober 19. 1983OswegoBill35WHEREAS.lOCOprovidesavaluableserviceforstudentswhoarelookingforoffcampushousing.andWHEREAS.thisserviceisaccomplishedbymailingalistofavailablehousinginOswegotostudentswhorequest it. andWHEREAS.thedemandforthislisthasincreasedgreatly.thusdiminishingourpostageaccount.andWHEREAS.itwillbeimpossibletoprovidethismailinglistoverChristmasbreakandstillcontinuerequiredcorrespondencewithrourexistingbalance.thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$128.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897toPostageAccount #809forthepurposeofexpandingourpostageaccount.SUBMITTEDBY:ColleenHonnick -lOCOCoordinatorDenice Buermann -TreasurerSPONSOREDBY:DonAmmannMichaelDeLarmSENATEACTIONVoteof31y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober27,1983Room205HewittUnion PresidentDatesignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober26,1983Bill36BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1983FallSenateElections:Johnson:SueSmithOnondaga: TonyNaselliEdward John Cuneo Cayuga: John BondiJr.JenniferWichserFunnelle:NocandidatesSeneca:MarkTaylerDiedreMaleckiDatesignedbyPresidentOffCampus:JanetO'HaraPattiTower Maureen McDonaldAllisonZaneJudyPowers JohnFitzpatrickWilliamQuirkAlan RogganSPONSOREDBY:StudentAssociationElSENATEACTIONVoteof31y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober27,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober26,1983Bill37PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationsupportstheservicesoftheCornerStoreasavaluableassettothestudents,faculty,and communityofOswego, andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationsecurestheassetsitholds,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationrealizesthedangeroftransportinglargesumsofmoneybetweenCheckCashingand TheCornerStore,andWHEREAS,increasedsalesby TheCornerStorehavecausedanunnecessaryburdenon analreadybusyCheckCashing,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$400.00betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#896toTheCornerStoreEquipmentAccount#786forthepurchaseofa 2011x1511x1511safe,from HowardsBusinessSupplyStore.SUBMITTEDBY:JanetBurke,Manager KarenMcCarthy,DireSPONSOREDBY:LouTaravellaSENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTOctober27,1983Room205HewittUnionDateOswego,NewYork13126PresidentPhone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offi"e of CVi"e-pruiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19th Session16th f1eeting November9,1983Bill38BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof YorkatOswegothat:PresidentoftheSenateBill110,7thLegislativeSession,berescinded,andtheFinanceCommittee beestablishedunderthefollowingcriteria:I. Powers A.BandDutiesTosuggestlegislationpertainingtorevenuebills.Todealwith,discussandinvestigateforthepurposeofestablishinginallmattersoffinance,allocationandassessmentswithwhichtheSenateisconcernedwhentheSenateshalldeemitnecessaryorwhenotherwiseprovidedbystatute.II.AppointmentsA.TheVice-Presidentshallhavethepowertoappointcommitteemembers andthechairpersonwhoisaSenatorandwhoshallnotvoteexceptincaseofatie.III. A.Atleast50%ofthemembersoftheFinanceCommitteeshallbesenators,theremaindershallbe membersoftheunder-graduatestudentbody.(senatorsornon-senators)B.Thecommitteeshallnotbelessthanfoursenators.C.Whentakingacountofthenumberofcommitteemembers,thechairpersonshallnotbecounted.D.Nomorethantwopersonsfrom oneSAfundedorganizationorclubshallbeallowedtoserveonthecommittee.E.TheDirectorofFinanceofSAshallserveonthecommitteeasanex-officiomember.F.The DirectorsofFinanceofSAshallserveonthecommitteeasex-officiomembers.G.ThePresidentand Vice-President(ordesignatedperson)shallserveonthecommitteeasex-officio.SPONSOREDBY;Beth A. Backus,FinanceCommitteeChairRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2Bill38SENATEACTIONVoteof 28Yt3n t OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember2,1983Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenatePresident

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 19thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember8,1983Bill39PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thegoaliepadsnowbeingusedbyMRAareinastateofdisrepair,andWHEREAS,thiscausesahazardoussituationfortheMRAhockeygoalies,andWHEREAS,atleastonesetofthepresentpadsarebeyondrepair,andWHEREAS,theMRAMiscellaneousAccount #483 wasnotentirelyspent($160isremaining),thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheState ofNewYorkatOswegothat$60 betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897to MRA Account#483tosubsidizethepurchaseofonenewset0fgoalie1eg pad sSUBMITTEDBY:MRASPONSOREDBY:MikePerrinEricHoeglerSENATEACTIONVoteof29y,On,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember29,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341President

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember16,1983atOswegoBill40WHEREAS,inhumanityseemstobe ahumancharacteristic,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationSenatehashistoricallybeeninterestedandconcernedaboutinternationalissues,humanrights,andjusticeforall,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationhasactedprimarilyviaresolutionstoexpresstheirpolicyonthoseissues,andWHEREAS,itispossiblefortheStudentAssociationSenatetomakethenextstepandbeginactiveinvolvementinthoseissues,andWHEREAS,AmnestyInternationalisaworldwidehumanrightsorganizationthatworksonbehalfofprisonsersofconscience:Menandwomenwhohavenotusedoradvocatedviolence,butwhoneverthelessfindthemselvesimprisioned,andinmanycasestortured, theirbeliefs,color,sex,ethnicorigin,language,orreligion,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheStudentAssociation SenatedevelopasubcommitteeassociatedwithAmnestyInternational,therebyenabelingittoform anadoptiongrouptoworkforanindividualprisonerwhosecasehas beenresearchedbyAmnestyInternational,andtojointhecampusnetworktoworkonspecialcountrycampaignsandeducatethecampus communityonhumanrights.Beitfurtherenactedthatthesumof$12.00betransferredfromContingency #897toanewlycreatedSUNYAffairs Account# 916(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill),inordertoreceivethenecessaryRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONBill40Page 2materialfrom AmnestyInternational.SUBMITTEDBY:SUNYAffairsCommitteeE.J.Cuneo MarkHoogersDiedreMaleckiTimNewton MarkSieboldKenSteeleJoanneVita10neJulioGraciaSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember1,1983Room205HewittUnion /etLK3 Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState CollegeatOswegoSenat19thLegislativeSession17th ingNovember16,1983Bill41PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,itisthepurposeandthedutyoftheStudentAssociationSenatetorepresentallstudentsinSUNYOswego, andWHEREAS,theresidentsofPathfinderarenotbeingrepresentedinreality,andWHEREAS,Pathfinderisanindependentdormwithitsownidentity,andWHEREAS,anindependentdormisentitledtoitsownsenator,whoiselectedbyhispeers,andWHEREAS,thestudentswhoresideatPathfinderdonothave asenator,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheSenateseatofPathfinderbeestablished.TherebyentitlingstudentslivingatPathfindertoelectasenatorwithfullprivilegesandresponsibilitieswithintheStudentAssociation.Thisbillsupersedesallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTED'BY:SUNYAffairsCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaSENATEACTIONVoteof9y,22n,OaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegis1ativeSession17thMeetingNovember16,1983atOswegoBill42WHEREAS,thisisaproposalforsenatorapportionment,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheSUNYAffairsCommitteeoftheStudentAssociationcitethefollowingcriteriatobeusedtodeterminesenatorapportionment:OneSenatorshallintheoryberepresentativeofa pop u1ationfa 11ingintheinter valfrom1to200people.Thesepopulationsof1to200peoplewilloccurinspecificresidencehallsandinthegeneral"off-campus"population.TheSenateElectionsCommitteeshalldetermineactualtotalpopulationofeachresidencehalland"offcampus"byreferringtothedirectorofhousingandtotheregistrarofSUNYOswego. TheSenateElectionsCommitteeshallthendeterminehowmany"non-repetitivepopulationsfallingintheintervalsbetween1 and200"existineachresidencehalland"off-campus".Theresultingnumbersshalldeterminesenatorapportionment.TheSenateElectionsCommitteeshallmakethisdetermination10to15daysaftertheFallandSpringfinalregistrationdates,tobeusedfortheFallandSpringElectionsrespectively.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage2 November 16t 1983 Exampl eAsof1983October;(*Off-Campuspopulationisestimated)SenatorsSenatorsaccordingPopulationatPresenttothisbillCayuga 438 2 3Funnelle416 2 3Hart413 2 3Johnson190 1 1 Mackin 298 2 2Oneida445 2 3 Onondaga6013 4Pathfinder230 1Riggs227 1 2Scales215 1 2Seneca599 3 3Waterbury218 1 2 *Off-Campus 2617 1314 TI43 Mathematicallytheprocessistodivideeachpopulationfigureby200.Theresultingnumberisthenumberofsenatorsallottedtothatpopulationgroup.Iftheresultingnumberifafractiontthentheallottmentisone.Iftheresultingnumbercontainsafractiontthenadd one anddropthefraction.Thatnumberisthesenatorallottmentforthatpopulationgroup.Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTED BY; SUNYAffairsCommitteeoftheStudentAssociationSPONSORED BY; JulioGraciaWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember16,1983Bill43WHEREAS,Women'sissuesareapriorityoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,CarolSparksiscomingtospeakatOswegoState.on November 30,1983, andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,shewillstayforanextradaytoconductworkshopsonwomen'sissuesattheadditionalcostof $200, thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheamountof$200.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toaccount#915(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofhavingCarolSparksconductworkshopsonwomen'sissues.SPONSOREDBY:JenniferWichserSENATEACTIONVoteof 27y,On, 3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTNovember 29, 1983Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStuden tAssociation Offic" of tl."CVic:e-pruiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislatlveSession18th eeting Novembe r30,1983Bill44PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegohasdevelopedabudgetsurplusinrecentyears,andWHEREAS,the Committeehasbeenlookingintodifferentwaysofreducingthebudgetsurplus,andWHEREAS,purchasingnewfixedassetsisonewaytoreducethesurplus,andWHEREAS,studentsshouldbenefitfromthispurchase,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof $6,902.00 betransferredfromtheSurplusAccount#99toAccount# 217 (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofpurchasinganewsoundsystemfortheHewittUnionBallroom.Thissystemwillinclude:Seeattachedsheets.SUBMITTEDBY:TheSenateSurplSPONSOREDBY:LouTaravella SSNATE ACTIONVoteof 29Y,On, Oa TOPRESIDENTDecember 1983Room205HewittUnionDate signed byPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341 ----------------,-------------------------'

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStuden t Ass0ciation Office of tI.e'Vicep,.uiJent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 19th LegislativeSession18th 30,1983Bill45PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,amiscellaneousexpenseisessentialinbalancingtheStudentAssociationaccounts,andWHEREAS,theentriesmadetothemiscellaneousexpenseaccountareforthe trlal balanceandstrictlyusedforaccountingpurposes(i.e.adjustingentriesonly),thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof YorkatOswegothatthesumof$100.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897 toMiscellaneousAccount#893.SUBMITTEDBY: McCarthyDirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY;BethA. gackus FinanceCommitteeChairS EACTIONVoteof31y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember8,1983Room205HewittUnion 1/-8-[3 Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of .. tStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession18th k1 eeting November30,1983Bill46PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theservicecontractontheBurroughsmachineisneededforefficientupkeepoftheseFixedAssets,andWHEREAS,thecontractpricewas moreexpensivethanprojectedinthepast,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof New YorkatOswegothatthesumof$213.60betrans trom ContingencyAccount#897toServiceContractsAccount#747.SUBMITTED KarenM.McCarthyDirectorofFinanceSENATEACTIONVoteof30y,On,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember8,1983SPONSOREDBY:BethA.BackusFinanceCommitteeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenatelqthLegislativeSession If)th MeetingDecember 7, 1983 OfficI
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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociation Offi"" oft/..'lIi"..-pruiJ.. ntStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember7,1983Bill48WHEREAS,theSenatehastosetdatesfortheSpringelection,andWHEREAS,theElectionsCommitteehasagreedupondatesfortheSpringelection,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheSpringelectionsscheduleforthe1984Springelectionswillbeasfollows:1-25-842-6-84 2-8-842-8-843-4-843-5-843-6-84PetitionsbecomeavailablePetitionsdueatSAofficeat3:00pmOfficialslatepostedat12:00pm.Campaigningbeginsatnoon.Candidatesnotifiedcampaigningendsatpollingplacesat8am.ElectionsheldbetweenlO:OOam and8:00pminalldorms andtheUnion.Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTEDBY:TheStudentAssociationElectionsCommitteeSue Castrigno, S.A.President 19;1963 DateSignedbyPresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember 16, 1983SENATEACTIONVote or28y,On, OaSPONSOREDBY:Dave McNallyPattiTower AllisonZaneBethKuckerA1 anRogg EricHoeglerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember7,1983 Offic" of 'l/ic,,-presiJ"nt atOswegoBill49WHEREAS,therearevariousorganizationsinneedoftypewriters,andWHEREAS,withthepurchaseofnewtypewritersotherorganizationsinneedoftypewriterswillobtaintheuseofthetypewrttersbeingreplaced,andWHEREAS,thetypewritersbeingtransferredareinneedofreconditioning,andWHEREAS,thesenewlypurchased,and the reconditionedtypewriterswillbedispersedtotheorganizationsasrecommended bytheFinancec'ommittee,andWHEREAS,theOswegonian,ProgramPolicyBoard,Ontarian/G.L.R.willreceivenewtypewritersandtheStudentAssociationComplexwillreceivetwonewtypewriters,andWHEREAS,theOffCampusAssociation,WTOP,andWOCRwillreceivethereconditionedtypewriters,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$2,975.00betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount#896toAccount# 749(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurchaseoffivenewtypewriters.SUBMITTEDBY:Sue SENATE ACTIONVoteof23y,On,OaSPONSOREDBY:BethA.Backus,Finance Oitli'llittee ChairpersonDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember 16, 1983DateSignedbyPresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStuden t Ass0ciation Office of 'Vice-pmiJetlt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember7th,1983Bill50PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,VoterRegistrationisatoppriorityofStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,costshavebeenincurredforRonaldH.Sinzheimer,AttorneyatLaw,forlegalfees,andWHEREAS,theadvocacyof,andtheobtainingoftherighttovoteinOswegoforstudentshavebeenacquiredbylitigationagainstthe Board ofElectionsofOswegoCounty,andWHEREAS,Mr.Sinzheimer Has providedlegalservicesandcounsulforStudentAssociationinthisissue,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$2,327.78betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAccount# 918 (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthlS bill) forthepurposeofpayingRonaldH.SinzheimerforhisservicesrenderedtotheStudentAssociation.SUBMITTEDBY:PaulStkinsonL.DavidRothsteinSPONSOREDBY:PaulAtkinsonSENATEACTIONVoteof25Y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDEnT December16,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember14,1983 O//i"" 0/ tI",'Vi",,-pruiJ"nt atOswegoBill51WHEREAS, the StudentAssociationwillbesponsoringanAwarenessDayonFebruary7,1984tohelpcreateawarenessandapositiveattitudetowardtheStudentAssociationfundedclubsandorganizations,and asumof$344.55isessentialtohelp make thiseventmorefunandcolorfulthroughastrongpublicityeffort,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothat svm of betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toStudentAssociationAwarenessAccount 919(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)tocoverballoons,heliumtank,string,andshippingcostsandadvertisingcostsforpublicity.SUBMITTEDBYLMarkA.D'Aviro,AssistantDirectorofFinanceKarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:BethA.Backus,SENATEACTIONVoteof21y,2n,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember16,1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341J

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Office of 'Vice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember 16, 1983Bill52PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,EricRitterisgoingoverseasSpringsemester,vacatingtheJuniorSeatontheAuxiliaryServicesBoardofDirectors,andWHEREAS,"WheneveravacancyshalloccurintheBoardofDirectorstheappropriategroupmayfillthevacancyfollowingSection2,"andWHEREAS,Section2oftheAuxiliaryServicesconstitutionstatesthatstudentdirectorsshallbeelectedfromandbythestudentsofthecollege,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationrepresentsthestudentsofthecollege,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheStudentAssociationappointastudenttotheJuniorSeatoftheAuxiliaryServicesBoardofDirectorsuponthepresentseatisvacated.SUBMITTED BY:EricJ.RitterSPONSORED BY:WITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984atOswegoBill53WHEREAS,therehasbeenarenewedinterestintheHistoryClubofSUNYOswego,andWHEREAS,agroup of: interestedstudentshavebeenmeetingsincetheFallsemesterof1983asaHistoryClubSteeringCormnittee,andWHEREAS,thissteering cormnittee hasformulateddefiniteplansforthe Club'sactivitiesfortheSpringsemesterof1984(seeaccompanyingfactsheet),andWHEREAS, aHistoryClubConstitutionremainsonfilewiththeStudentAssociationSupremeCourtfromlastyear,andWHEREAS,theHistoryCoubhasbeenveryactiveinsociallyandculturallyenrichingtheSUNYOswego cormnunity inthepast,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$269.00betransferredfromCJ.ubContingencyAccount #979 toHistoryClub Accounti 980tothepurposeoffundingthe Hiscory Clubforthe1984SpringSemester.SUBMITTED BY:SUNYOswego Hislbo.ry ClubSPONSOREDBY:DavidMcNallySENATEACTIONVoteof20y,3n,la,lp DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENTFebruary16,1984Room205HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill53Page2 HISTORYCLUBACTIVITYPLANSFOR SPRING1984PresidentoftheSenateActivity #1 -HistoryCareersSpeakers:RobinBrownsteinKeithJohnsonDr.PowellAdvertising !\-ctivity#2 TheOlynipics Speakers:Mr.JackSheaAdvertisingFilms:LeniRiefenstahl1936OlympicsActivity#4-RasputinSpeakers:Dr.CarterAdvertising$25.0050.0010.00$85.00 $12.00$50.00 $100.00$10.00$6.00TOTAL$97.00$156.00$16.00$269.00SENATE ACTIONVoteof24y,On,4aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch6,1984Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984atOswegoBill 54 WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationopposesthecollegepolicyconcerningthetimeallowedto"drop"acourse,andplanstoactagainstit,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$5.32betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAccount # 754,forthepurposeofpurchasingdittoesandpapertomakepetitionsagainstthe"dropdate"policy.SUBMITTED BY:SUNYAffairsCommitteeoftheStudentAssociationSPONSORED BY:JulioGraciaSENATEACTIONVoteof26y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary13,1984Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126.PresidentPhone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984Bill55WHEREAS,theStudentAssociationisresponsibleforitsrefrigerationrentalserviceandmaintenance,andWHEREAS,oncampusstorageforStudentAssociation'srefrigeratorsfortheremaininginventory(duetounforeseencircumstances)mustbesuppliedbyaprivatewarehousingfirm(Ciappis-Storage,Inc.)atacostof$80.00permonth,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesum of $720.00betransferredfromRefrigerationLeaseAccount#865to liefrigeration StQrageAcct.'#866coverwarehouserentalcostsfromOctober1983throughJune1984.SUBMITTED BY:JimDingley,DirectorofRefrigerationSPONSORED BY:SueSmithPresidentoftheSenateSENATE ACTIONVoteof27y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary10,1984 ."f. Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONstudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984Bill 5'6 PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,accordingtoBill49ofthe19thLegislativeSession,typewritersweretransferredfromtheOswegonianandtheStudentAssociationComplex,andWHEREAS,thetypewritersareinneedofreconditioning,andWHEREAS,thereconditionedtypewriterswillbereceivedtohelpbenefitOffCampusAssociation,WTOP,andWOCR,andWHEREAS,thisreconditioningshouldextendthelifeofthetypewritersbyfiveyears,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniverisityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$627.00betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount #896 toAccount # 749(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTED BY:KarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:SueSmithSENATE ACTIONVoteof28y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary13,1984Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenat19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984atOswegoBill57WHEREAS,itisimportantthataproposedbudgetbepresentedtotheSenatebytheBudgetCouncil,andWHEREAS,BudgetCouncilistoservethestudentsandthestudentgovernment(Senate),thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthecompositionoftheBudgetCouncilwillbe:SueWraySueCastrignoBillQuirkMikeMarinoPeteDevineScottVanWieGaryPriceCarrieHillichJohnDieghanGeoffWeissKarenMcCarthy,ChairpersonSUBMITTED BY:KarenMcCarthy,DirectorofFinanceSPONSOREDBY:DaveMcNalleySENATE ACTIONVoteof28y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary6,1984Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary8,1984 Office of 'Vice-prudent atOswegoBill58WHEREAS,learningmoreabouthowourgovernmentworksandtakingpartinthepoliticalprocessisaveryeducationalexperience,andWHEREAS,GovernorCuomohasproposeda$200.00tuitionincrease,anda$150.00roomrentincreaseforSUNYstudents,andWHEREAS,GovernorCuomohasproposedtoraisethedrinkingageto21,andWHEREAS,weshouldeducateourselvesontheseissuesanddiscussthemwithourlegislators,therefore..PresldentDateSigned l:5Y PresidentDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary13,1984Beitenactedbythe Student AssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattesumof$400.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAlbanyTripAccount # 732(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofrentingonebusforstudentstogotoAlbanyonFebruary14,1984.SPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekE.J.CuneoLindaHoo SENATE ACTIONVoteof15y,5n,6aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary8,1984atOswegoBill59WHEREAS,theNationalStdentConferenceonVoterRegistrationwillbeheldFebruary10-12inCambridgeMassachusettes,andWHEREAS,SUNYOswegohasmadegreatstridesinstudent voeer rightsinOswegoCounty,andanumberofSUNYOswegostudentshavebeenaskedtoattendthisconference,andnoSUNYOswegostudentsplanonattendingotherthanthose frcomThe oswegonian,andWHEREAS,membersofThe OsW'egonian wishtoattendandreportontheconference,andWHEREAS, The oswegoniandoesnothaveaconferencefundforsuchevents,andWHEREAS,theconferencefeeis$35,andfourmembersofthestaffwishtoattend,thereforeBeitenactedbytherStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$140betransferredfromContingencyAccount#897toAccount#619forthepurposeoffundingmembersofThe Oswegonian fortheNationalStudentConferenceonVoterRegistration.SUBMITTED BY:ChrisSanford,SPONSOREDBY:AlanD.RoggenSENATEACTIONVoteof28y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTO PRESIDENT February13,1984Room205HewittUnionOswegonianPresident 2. .... Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationstateUniversitvColleqeSenate19thLegislativeSession 2lrd MeetinqFebruary22,1984atOswegoBill60WHEREAS,therehasbeenastronglyrenewedinterestintheArtExhibitionCommittee,andWHEREAS,thisclubhasaconstitutiononfilewiththeStudentAssociationSupremeCourt,andWHEREAS,therearethirty(30)activememberswhohavebeenmeetingsinceOctober.andWHEREAS,inthepastthisclubhasbeenvervactiveexhibitingstudents'worksofart,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$175.05betransferredfromProgramContinqencyAccount#979toArtExhibitionCommitteeAccount#982(tobeestablisheduoonoassageofthis""bill)fortwoeventstobesponsoredthissemester.SUBMITTED BY:SuzanneL.Gaffney.President-ArtExhibitionCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATE ACTIONVoteof18y,On,2aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch26,1984Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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EVENTA21stJuriedStudentExhibit(April14-29),JurorJurorEventBSlideExchanqe(March26-May9)FilmDevelopingShippinqcharqesSlidecarouselShippingcrateAdvertisinq(lreempaoerand2dittos)TOTALBUDGET$50.00 g?OO $34.95 $29.25 $20.60$5.00$5.00$5.25$75.00$100.05 $175.05

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary22,1984atOswegoBill61WHEREAS,thePoliticalScienceClubisanewrecognizedclub,andWHEREAS,thisorganizationspurposeistodiscussandevaluatecontemporarypoliticalissues,andWHEREAS,aPoliticalScienceClubpromotestheprestigeofOswego'sPoliticalScienceDepartment,includingmajorsandminors,andWHEREAS,thereisnoformalclubororganizationthataddresscareeropportunitiesforPoliticalSciencestudents,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof $363 betransferredfromClubContingencyAccaunt#979toPoliticalScienceClub (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTED BY:YuvalBarkokhbaSPONSOREDBY:AlanD.RoggenSENATEACTIONVoteofl3y,7n,7aDATEPRESENTEDTOTHEPRESIDENTMarch6,1984Room205HewittUnion ...... SueCastrigno,SPresident DateSignedbythePresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONBill61Page2EVENTAVassarCollegeSpeaker-SidPlotkinAdvertisingEVENTBHunterCollegeSpeaker-KennethSherrillAdvertisingEVENTCCityCollegeofNewYorkPoliticalScienceDept.StaffAdvertisingEVENTDCitycollegeofNewYorkPoliticalEconomyAdvertisingFILMSLordofFliesAdvertisingTOTALALLOCATIONPresidentoftheSenate$50.0012.0050.008.0050.006.0050.006.00125.006.00$363.00Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislative Sesmion 24thMeetingFebruary22,1984atOswegoBill62WHEREAS,SASUrequiresamandatory$3feeperstudent,andWHEREAS,thissumamountstoapproximately$20,000,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationSenatestillpaysagreatdealforlobbyingspecificallyforbuses,attorneys,andsupplies,andWHEREAS,onmandatoryfeesperstudents,studentsshouldbedirectlyconsultedonallmembershipfeesthatareoffthiscampus,andWHEREAS,BudgetCouncilandtheSenatedoesnothavethecapacitytoobjectivelyfindouttheopinionsofthevarious6,700students,andWHEREAS,manyofmyconstituentshavequestionedtheservicessuppliedbySASUandifwearegetting$20,000inservices,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthefundingofSASUbeplacedontheMarch5-6ballotasareferendumwhichwillread, "Shou.ld wefundSASUat$3perstudentorapproximatelYy$20,000?"DyesonoSUBMITTED BY:AlanD.RoggenSPONSOREDBY:AlanD.RoggenRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateuniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession30thMeetingMarch5,1984atOswegoBill63WHEREAS,theSupremeCourthasdeclaredtheelectionsofMonday,March5thtobeinvalid,andWHEREAS,theallcampuselectionsmustbe,bytheconstitution,heldbyMarch15th,andWHEREAS,thebesttimetohavetheelectionswillbeWednesdayandThursday,March7thand8th,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheSpring1984electionsbeheldWednesdayandThursday,March7thand8th,withvotingtobedonebypaperballotandpreviousguidelines,includingBill3,beingfollowedtothebestoftheStudentAssociationsabilityconsideringtheextentuatingcircumstances.Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegilation.SUBMITTED BY:SueCastrignoSPONSOREDBY:EricHoeglerSENATE ACTIONVoteof14y,In,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch26,1984Room205HewittUnionSueCastrigno,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudent stateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch7,1984Bill64WHEREAS,theBlackStudentUnionandthemerchantsoftheOswegocommunitywillbesponsoringtheir13thannualSpringFashionShowonSaturday,April21st,1984,andWHEREAS,theOswegocommunityhasplayedanintricateaidinthesuccessoftheBlackStudentUnion'sFashionShow,andWHEREAS,thecostsfortheshowarenotincludedintheorganization'sbudgetforthisfiscalyear,andWHEREAS,theshowwillnottakeplaceunlessthefollowingcostsarecovered:therefore,DecorationsLightingTotal$60.00$150.00 $210.00BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$210.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897 toBlackStudentUnionFashionShowAccount #674 forthepurposeoffundingdecorationsandlightingfortheshow.SUBMITTED BY:BlackStudentUnionSPONSORED BY:WITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch7,1984Bill65WHEREAS,thereistheneedofstudent-professor-communityparticipationinsharinga commonexperience,andWHEREAS,throughexperiencefromthepastthattheISAdinnerhadonlyconcentratedonjustservingfoodtherebylimitinginteractionbetweentheabovementioned.andWHEREAS,realizingtheabovewouldbeachievedbysomeformofentertainmentatthedinner,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$600betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897 toaccountt678(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)topayforacontinentalbandtoentertain theannualISAdinner.SUBMITTED BY:ChrisMensahSPONSOREDBY:MiguelMontesAlanRoggenAndyCsontSENATEACTIONVoteofl7y,On,laDATEPRESENTED TO PRESIDENTMarch26,1984Room205HewittUnionresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch7,1984 Office of tl.e'1!ice-pr""dent at Bill66WHEREAS,SAVACisestablishedtoprovidetopqualitymedicalassistancetothecollegeandcommunityatnocost,andWHEREAS,SAVACmusthavethecapacityforreliableradiocommunicationtocontinuetoofferthisservicewithoutunnecessarycomplicationorinterruption,andWHEREAS,interruptionofcommunicationcouldleadtoathreatofdangerouscircumstancestothoseusingSAVAC'sservice,andWHEREAS,oneofthetwoportableradiosSAVACusesistenyearsoldandknowntofrequentlybreakdown,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$1602.05betransferredfromFixedAssetsAccount #896 toAccount,868(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofpurchasinganewportableradio.SUBMITTED BY; JohnSullivan,ChairmanoftheBoardforSAVACSPONSOREDBY:BryanOgdenPriceBreakdown-Item-1-Quantity1DescriptionH33BBUl144-NSolidState,Swattfourfrequencycapacity(crystalledonthreefrequencies)with4channelscan,touchcode,Heliflexantenna,speakermicrophone,leathercarrycaseandbatterycharger.$1602.05Radioitself843.55carrycase43.254channelscan240.55charger58.65Touchcode148.75ThereisaoneyearToneSquelch 192.10 warranty,partsandSpeakermicrophone75.20laborincluded.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill66Page2 SENATE ACTIONVoteof25y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch30,1984DateS.resident3 --3(-gy' Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of stateUniversitycollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession33rdMeeting l>larch 21,1984Bill67PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theAnthropologyClub'sconstitutionhasbeenonfilewiththeStudentAssociationSupremeCourtformorethansixmonths,andWHEREAS,thisclubisrecognizedbytheStudentAssociationbecauseofthis,andWHEREAS,theAnthropologyClubhasincurredadebttoaspeakerthatitcannotrepay,andWHEREAS,thespeaker,MonaEtienne,spokeattheschoolinthelastschoolyear,andWHEREAS,sheisandhasbeenaskingtobepaidinfull,andWHEREAS,theAnthropologyClubhasattemptedtoraisemoneyandwasnotfullysuccessful,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationmaybeliableforanylegalactionleviedupononeofitsrecognizedclubs,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$51betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897 toAnthro-pologyClubAccount # (tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeofpayingthespeakerMonaEtienne,SUBMITTED BY:AnthropologyClubSPONSORED BY:LindaHooThisbillwasnotpassedbytheendofthe19thLegislativeSessionandthereforehadtoberesubmittedagaininthe20thLegislativeSession.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate.19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28,1984atOswegoBill68BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1984springStudentAssociationElections:PresidentVicePresidentAuxiliaryServicesJuniorSeatAtLargeFacultyAssemblyCollegeCouncilSASUDelegateOff-CampusRiggsOneidaonondagaJimDingleyWalterBowlerDierdreMcGowanMikeBrooksBarryGreenbergMatthewJungblutSherylParrinoBarbWebsterDavid Rothstej,n AllisonZaneJenniferCareyBillQuirkMiguelMontesSandraSheppardJohnBeerseLarryBuchholzNowinnerDaveMcNallyEricHoeglerRobertGhosio,Jr.E.J.CuneoscottPosnerRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill68Page2JohnsonHartScalesCayugaSenecaWaterburyFunnelleMackinSUBMITTED BY:SPONSOREDBY:MaryFishJeffBaumLynnChadwickJohnNemecekKathyParkerJimTaravellaJulieSchwartzAndyCsontMichaelReganPhillipWhiteJulioGraciaThestudentAssociationElectionsCommitteeDavidMcNally,ElectionsCommitteeCo-ChairEricHoegler,ElectionsCommitteeCo-ChairSENATEACTIONVoteof21y,ln,laDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch30,1984r'gno,President Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation of tl." StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28,1984Bill69PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSpring1984StudentAssociationelectionscostmorethanwasanticipatedbecauseofinvalidation,andWHEREAS,thereis$1420.80leftintheStudentAssociationElectionsaccountand$3124.26worthofbillsleftfrombothsetsofelectionstobepaid,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$1703.46betransferredfromContingencyAccount #897 toStudentAssociationElectionsAccount#763.SUBMITTED BY:StudentAssociationElectionsCommitteeSPONSORED BY:DavidMcNally,ElectionsCommitteeCo-ChairEricHoegler,ElectionsCommitteeCo-ChairSENATEACTIONVoteof22ymOn,OaDATEPRESENTED TOPRESIDEt'IT March30,1984Room205HewittUnionDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Officeof'lIice-prudent StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28,1984Bill70PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSenateofthe19thLegislativeSessionhasspentmanyhoursinbudgethearingsworkingtoprepareabudgetforthenextfiscalyear,andWHEREAS,abillmustbepassedtofinalizethebudget,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatoswegothatwepassthebudgetwiththebottomlinesenumeratedbelowandurgetheSenateofthe20thSessiontoadoptitas their own.BottomLineSUBMITTED BY:KarenMcCarthySPONSORED BY:MichaelNemecekEricHoeglerDaveMcNallySENATE ACTIONVoteof2ly,On,Oa PRESENTED TO March30,1984Room205HewittUnion$585,280SueCastrigno,S.A.PresidentDateSignedbyPresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity College atOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril6,1983Resolution1PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thenucleararmsissuehas beencalledbymany"Thesinglemostimportantissuetomankind",andWHEREAS,theU.S.Congresswillbedebatingthisissueduringtheweek0fAprill2th,w hen anuc1earfreezeresolutioncomesbeforethem,andWHEREAS,manyexpertsconsidertheU.S.andtheU.S.S.R.tobecapableoftotallydestroyingeachother'ssocieties,andWHEREAS,consideringthiscapability,thefurtherproductionofnuclearweaponsisnotonlyunnecessary,butcreates mare tensionsbetweenthetwonations,andescalatestheproblemsandmisunderstandingsbetweenthetwonations,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArts andSciencesatOswegothatwesupportthebilateralnuclearfreezeresolutionandurgeourcongressionalrepresentativestosupportitalso.Beitfurtherresolvedthatwerecognizethatafreezeisonlythefirststeptowardsavoidanceofanuclearwar andtheU.S.S.R.andallothernationsshouldworktoinsuretheworld'speace.SPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession4thMeetingApri127.1983 Resolution 2PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS.theStudentAssociationrepresentsapproximately7.000SUNY-Oswegostudents.andWHEREAS.wefeelthatthepresentWashingtonadministrationisnotpursuingtheproperforeignpolicy.and W HEREJl.S.neg0tiating has g enera11ybeenasec0ndary con cerninresolvingconflictsoncentralAmericaandtheMiddleEast.and EAS.increasedmilitaryspendinghasbeensubstitutedtobackupfragmentedineffective,onedimensionalforeignpolicy,and W H ER EAS,proper,c1eargoa1sneedt <:> beestab1ishedbefore alargeincreaseinmilitaryspendingisdiscussed,andWHEREAS,ourminorparticipationinCentralAmerica and Lebanon andIsraelmightescalateintomajorIIpoliceactionll,and wefeelthatourinfluenceinothernationsaffairsshouldonlybepositiveandbeneficialtotheirsocioeconomicprogress,andWHEREAS,ourmilitaryinterventioninCentralAmericatoprotectexploitivecorporativeprofitststotallyunacceptable,and W H 8. EAS,itsh0u1da1sobe consistentwiththegoa1s.purp0sesandinherentidealsofourconstitution.andRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateResolution2 Page 2WHEREAS,wewould prefer tonegotiateandavoidconflictratherthanbuildupourmilitarytobackourpossiblyincompetantforeignpolicy,andWHEREAS,theU.S.governmentshouldbe morerealisticandcosteffectiveinit'smilitary therefore.BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheCongressandthePresidentoftheUnitedStatestrytoformulateandclarifyitsforeignandmilitarygoalsbeforeresolvingthecurrentmilitarybudgetconflict.Beit !urther resolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateencouragesthattheUS.Congressopp0sesanyefforts bytheReaganadministrationtodestabilizeandtoppleanyCentralAmericangovernments. SPONSffi EDBY:EricRitterErnieSzabo cc: Sen atorM0ynihan, J 'Amato,H0useand SenateArmedServices andInternationalRelationsCommittee,SenateForeignRelations,Committee,President eaganWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswego Senate 19thLegislativeSession4thr'1eetingApril27,1983Resolution3 WHEREAS, acidrainisaclearandpresentdanger,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,SUNY-Oswegoissituatedon LakeOntarioandextremelyclosetoCanada,and WHEREAS, ithasbeenshownthatsulfurdioxideandnitrogenoxidegasesgivenofffromburningcoalandoilareturnedintosulfuricandnitricacidsintheatmosphere,andWHEREAS,inthespring,thesulfuricandnitricacidspackedinthewinter'ssnowfallareunlosenedsuddenly,andWHEREAS,theenvironmentreceivestheyearshighestconcentrationofextremelyharmfulacidjustasitbeginsit'sgrowingseason,andWHEREAS,itisproventhatacidrainisresponsibleforkillingfish,aquaticlife,andoverlydamaginganenvironment,andWHEREAS,lakessensitivetoacidprecipitationcan showdamagingchangesinaquaticlifewithinadecadeasevidentbythecurrentsituationintheAdirondackMountainregion,and evidencesuggeststhatacidrainwithinairmayaggrevatelungdiseaseandincreasemortality,andWHEREAS,Canadaisveryseriousaboutcontrollingacidrain,buthasbeenfrustratedbythe administrations'inaction,and WHEREAS, itisunfairandunethicaltodumppollutiononouralliedneighbor,Canada,aswellasourselves,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateResolution3Page2WHEREAS,innational polls duringthelasttenyears,Americanshave shownthattheywanttheenvironmentcleanedupatanyexpense,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof YorkCollegeatOswegothatweurgetheFederalandNewYorkStategovernmenttoremedythisserioussituationinthequickest,mosteffectivemannerbeforeitistoolatetocorrectthedamage.SPONSOREDBY: RitterMike DeLarmGayleSwansonDave cNallySENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession4th 4,1983Resolution4WHEREAS,PeterTassinihas beenserving in thepositionofChiefJusticeoftheStudentAssociationSupremeCourtsince1980,and MarkShelleyandStevenGoodsteinhavealsoservedasAssociateJusticesforquitesometime,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theyhaveupliftedthegoalsandobjectivesoftheSupremeCourtmakingitamajorfactorininterpretingStudentAssociationconstitutionalpolicies,andWHEREAS,theyhave shownexceptionalskillsanddedicationtotheirofficeintheStudentAssociation,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwethankPeterTassini,MarkShelleyandStevenGoodsteinfortheirserviceanddedicationandwishthemthebestofluckintheirfutureendeavors.SUBMITTEDBY:SuzanneCastrigno,President,StudentAssociationSue Wray,VicePresident,StudentAssociationSPONSOREDBY:StudentAssociationSenateSENATEACTIONVote0facc1a mationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession5thMeeting 4.1983Resolution5PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,themajorityofoffcampusstudentshaveexperienced20-25%rentincreasesfornextyear,andWHEREAS,manylandlordshavetakenadvantageofthelackofoffcampushousingwithunethicalpracticessuchasdiscriminationandunfairleases.andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationattheStateUniversityofOswego hasneglectedtoaddressthisperennialissueinanypastlegislativesessions,and manystudents,bothoffcampusresidentsandthosestudentsplanningtomoveoff,areuninformedoftheblatantabusesthatexistandmethodstodealwiththeseabuses,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof New YorkatOswegothattheStudentAssociationimplementandsupportacampaigntoincreasestudentawarenessoflandlord-tenantdifficultiesforfallsemester,1983 andcontinuing.BeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationsupportaboycottofexploitivelandlordsandtheirbusinesses.SPONSOREDBY: Kara Young Erfolie SzaboBethKuekerSENATEACTIONV()te0face1a mationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession5th May4,1983Resolution6PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationrealizesthatgoodrelationsbetweenthecommunityandcollegearea vital partofco-existenceinthecommunity,andWHEREAS,MayorCahill'sCollegeCommunityRelationsCommitteeisdeclaringthemonthofMayas "Keep OswegoCleanandBeauti fu 1 0 nth", andWHEREAS,among manyevents,a communitywideclean-upisplanned,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwewholeheartedlysupporttheCollegeCommunityRelationsCommitteeintheireffortstobetterrelationsbetween the'college and community andtheenvironmentofOswego Community.SUBMITTEDBY:SueCastrignoSue WraySENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 19th Session6thMeetingSeptember14,1983Resolution7PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,students,asaclassofpeople,arediscriminatedagainst,andpoor1yrepr'esentedinthegove rnmentiscities,towns,counties,states,andcountries,andWHEREAS.inordertocorrectthisdiscriminationstudentsmustworktoobtainpoliticalpower,andWHEREAS,inordertodothisstudentsmustregistertovote,becomeawareoftheissuesandelectofficialswhowillnotbetrayus,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwestronglysupportthevoterregistrationdrivethatisnowinprogressandweurgeeveryeligiblestudenttoregisterandvote.SPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession15thMeetingNovember2,1983atOswegoResolution8WHEREAS,injustthelastyear,theageatwhichpersonsmaylegallypurchaseand beserveda10cho1icbeveragesinNewYorkStatewasraisedto19yearsold,and WHEREASt SenatorFrankPadavanofQueens andAssemb1ypersonMelvinZimmerofOnondagaCountyhaveintroducedlegislationinboththeSenate and Assemblytoincreasethelegalagefrom 19to21,and WHEREASt GovernorMarioCuomohassupportedthenewlegislation,and WHEREASt thereexisthundredsofstudiesonthelegaldrinkingageanditseffects.Mostofthestudiesconcerningthelegaldrinkingageandit1seffectondrivingconflict.Eachsideoftheissuewillcitetheirownstatistics,butbasedonthe evidencet thereisnoundisputedproofthatraisingthedrinkingagenecessarilyresultsinfeweralcoholrelatedaccidents,and WHEREASt over99%ofall19 and20year-01dswhoholddriverslicensesarenotinvolvedinalcoholrelatedtrafficaccidents.Byraisingthedrinkingageto21,over99%oftheaffectedgroupwouldloseapriv1edgethattheyhaveusedresponsiblyinordertoreducethenumberofalcoholrelatedtrafficincidentsthatare*createdbyatinyminority(.6%oftheaffectedgroup),and WHEREASt thereexistsvirtuallyuniversalagreementononecomponentoftheoverallargument;thatstrictenforcementofexistingdrunkdrivinglawscoupledwitheducationandpublicityisthebestpossibledeterentofdrunkdriving,thereforeRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPage 2Resolution8BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwedonotsupporttheproposedlegislationtoraisethedrinkingageto21.Beitfurther resolved thatweurgetheStateLegislatorstovoteagainstit.PresidentoftheSenateSUBMITTEDBY:Sue Wray,StudentAssociationVicePresidentJanineFrainier,AssistanttotheVicePresidentDavidRothsteinSPONSOREDBY:TheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswego*Statisticstakenfromthe1982NewYorkStatePoliceReportsSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession16th November9,1983Resolution9PresidentoftheSenate buildingstrongrelationsbetweentheCollegeand towncommunitiesisinthebetterinterestsofallstudentsandpeoplelivinginOswego as awhole,andWHEREAS,theOff-CampusCouncil,theCollege-CommunityRelationsCommittee,andvariousofficesoftheCitygovernment l1lave beenworkingtogetheron"The CommunityClean-upCelebration"tobeheldat2:00pmthisSaturday,November12,attheMcCrobiebuilding,andWHEREAS,thisprojectwillserveadualpurposeoffirstenhancingCOllege-Communityrelationsbyshowingthatstudentstakeanactiveinterestinthecommunity;workingwiththecityadministration,andsecondly,toempartontheparticipants,andothers,theimportanceofhavingacleanandbeautifulenvironment,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwesupportTheCommunityClean-upCelebrationandwhatitstandsfor;wealsourgethatallstudentsturnoutand showtheirsupport.SUBMITTEDBY:MarkCantales,Vice-PresidentoftheOff-CampusCouncilKathyAttwood,ChairpersonoftheCommunity-RelationsCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:TheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember9,1983Resolution10WHEREAS,violenceagainstwomenisreprehensible,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,actionsagainstwomen,suchasrapeandsexualharassmenttakeplaceoncampus anoffcampus,thereforeBeitresolvedbythStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheSudentAssociationdeploresviolence agtinst womeninanyform,andwilldoitbesttoseethattheseactionsarebr0ughtopub1icknow1edgeandjusticeispursued. StudentAssociationsupportsactionstakntostop yiolence againstwomen,andwlleducateitselfontheissue,andtakectionasnecessary.SUBMITTEDBY:JanineFrainier,ASUWomen's CaucusCo-ChairSusanWray,Vice-residentStudentAssociationSuzanneCastrignoPresidentStudentAssociationDebbieVanSise,fssistanttothePresidentBat-Ami Bar 0nSPONSOREDBY: The Student-AssocationSenateoftheState ofNewYorkatOswegoSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionI.Oswego,NewYork13126_________--P_ho_n_e 341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenat19thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember16,1983atOswegoResolution11WHEREAS,theexternalappearanceoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegocouldandshouldbeupgraded,andWHEREAS,wearespecificallyreferringtotheprimarycollegesignattheentrancebyRoute104,andWHEREAS,includedinthisaremostothersignsthatexistwithmissingletters,and W HEREAS,themassiveilmud-h01eIIbetweenS wetmanHallandFunnelleHallshouldbeonceandforall"repairedll,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothattheStudentAssociation supportsanyeffortsbytheCollegeorpossiblyAuxiliaryServicestohelpcorrectthisunappealingappearance.SUBMITTEDBY:MarkTaylerSPONSOREDBY:MarkTaylerPaulAtkinsonSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember7,1983 Offi"e of '1Ii"e-president atOswegoResolution12WHEREAS,theemployeesofGreyhound havebeenonstrikeformorethanone monthinresponsetocontractoffersfromthemanagementproposing25%cutsinpayandbenefits,andWHEREAS,Greyhound made $19millionprofitinthethirdquarterof1983,andWHEREAS,Greyhoundisspendingmillionsofdollarsintheirefforttobreakthestrikeanestimated$750,000dailyforsecurity,anestimated$5millionononeday'sworthofadvertising,andWHEREAS,Greyhound hasmountedanalmostunprecedentedattackontheexistenceoftheunionrepresentingitsemployees,andWHEREAS,manyoftoday'scollegestudentswillbetomorrow'sunionmembersorwillbetomorrow'sjobseekers,andWHEREAS,collegestudentsaccountforalargepercentageofGreyhound'sregularridership,andWHEREAS,thestrikingemployeesofGreyhoundhaverequestedthatconsumersboycottGreyhounduntilthestrikeisover,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoherebyexpressesitssupportfortheemployeesofGreyhound and -urgesGreyhoundtobargainingoodfaithtocomeupwithanequitablecontract,-urgesallstudentstoboycottGreyhounduntilthestrikeissettled,Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2Resolution12 UrgestheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegotopublicizethefactsoftheGreyhoundstrikeandconvincestudentstorefrainfromridingGreyhounduntilthestrikeisover.Thesestepsshouldincludepressconferencesanddistributionoffactsheetstothecampuscommunity.SUBMITTEDBY:SusanR.WraySPONSOREDBY:E.J.CuneoWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary1,1984Resolution13PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theprimepurposeofSUNYatoswegoiseducationandhigherlearning,andWHEREAS, astudentinthiscollegehasonlyeightacademicdaystodropacourse,whichinsomecasesmeansthatthestudenthasonlybeenabletoattendclassonetime,andWHEREAS,thetimeallowedisnotsufficienttoarrivetoconclusionsaboutaclass,(conclusionsconcerningtheworthinessofthecourse,thequalitiesoftheprofessor,thetypeofgradingandtests),thereforeBeit resolved bythe Student AssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthetimeallowedfordroppingacourseshouldbeincreasedtotwentyacademicdays.The"withdrawlperiod"wouldbeeliminatedbythisnewdropperiod.Noindicationoddroppingwillappearonstudenttranscriptsduringthistwentydayperiod.Afterthistime"withdrawls"willbemadeonlyonappealthroughtheappropriatedivisiondeanandtheStudentAdvisementCenter.Ifsuchanappealissuccessfulthenotationof"W"willappearontranscript.SUBMITTED BY:SUNYAffairsCommitteeoftheStudentAssociationSPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaSENATE ACTIONVoteof22y,On,laRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of t'"'l/ic"-PresiJ,,.. tStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary8,1984Resolution14WHEREAS,SUNYisthenationslargestuniversityandenrolls381,000studentson64campusesthroughoutNewYorkState,andWHEREAS,SUNYpresentlyoffers3,700academicprogramsandawards49differentkindsofdegrees,andWHEREAS,SUNYhasannouncedasofFebruary2,1984,anindependentcommissionwillstudywhetherornotSUNYshouldcontinuetooffeitheseprogramsanddegreesinthevarietytheydoatpresent,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thiscommission'sstudyistopresentit'sconclusionsinsixmonths,andWHEREAS,thesefindingsmaycoerceourlegislatorstorestructuretheSUNYsystemtoofferlessdiverseandlimitedprogramsanddegrees,andWHEREAS,itisbeneficialtoallpotentialandrpesentstudentsthatthevarietyofprogramsanddegreespresentlyofferedtoremainastheyare,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoherebyproteststheformationofit'snon-supportforthisnewcommissionand-UrgestheSUNYsystemtoretractthiscommission,and-UrgestheSUNYsustemnottoevenconsidereliminatingthevarietyofprogramsanddegrees,and-UrgesstudentstowriteletterstotheSUNYBoardofTrusteesinoppositiontothecommissionthereasonsitwassetup, andu_ Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONResolution14Page2-urgestheStudentAssociationtomakeknowntheexistenceofthiscommitteeandit'spossiblefindings,conclusionsandeffectstothecampuscommunityviathepressanddistributionoffactsheets.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosio,Jr.SPONSOREDBY:E.J.CuneoSENATEACTIONVoteof8y, laPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary15,1984atOswegoResolution15WHEREAS,thepresentlyappropriatedfundsarenotavailableforusebytheinstitutionsoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkuntiLtheDirectoroftheBudgethasissuedandfiledwiththeStatelegislatureacertificateofapprovaldepictinginwhat amounts andprogramexpendituresmustbemade,andWHEREAS,thisprocessplacestheexaminersoftheDivisionoftheBudgetinthepositionofrunningthevariouscampusesoftheStateUniversitySystem,andWHEREAS,itisentirelyunrealistictoexpectthatbudgetexaminersworkinginAlbanyhaveeithertheexpertiseinthefieldofeducationorunderstandingoftheneedsoftheindividualcampusestomakeappropriatedecisionsregardingtheoperationoftheStateUniversity,andWHEREAS,thisproceduregivesprofessionalcollegeadministratorslimitedauthorityovertheirlocalbudgetallocationswithwhichtomakeimportanteducationaldecisions,andWHEREAS,thereislittleincentiveforinstitutingcostsavingsonindividualcampuses,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegourgestheNewYorkStatelegislativetopasstheBarclayBill,anactto amend theStatefinancelawthatwillauthorizeinstitutionsoftheStateUniversity.SUBMITTED BY:RicVanDonsel,FacultyAssemblyDelegateJanineFranier,AssistanttotheVicePresidentSPONSORED BY:JeffreyBauro SENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary22,1984 Offi"" of CVi",,-P,,,siJ,,,,t atOswegoResolution16WHEREAS,theStateUniversityofNewYorkisthenationallargestuniversityandenrolls380,000studentspresentlyon64campusesthroughoutNewYorkState,andWHEREAS,applicationforenrollmentandactualenrollmentintheStateUniversityofNewYorkhasbeensteadilyincreasing,andWHEREAS,SUNYhasannouncedasofFebruary2,1984anindependentcommissionwillstudythepresentsituationofSUNYaspertainstoit'sprogramsanddegrees,andWHEREAS,thiscommissionistopresentit'sconclusionsinsixmonths,andWHEREAS,thiscommissioniscomprisedoffifteenhighlydistinguishedandqualifiededucatorsandbusinesspeople,manywhichhavenoformalexperiencewiththeSUNYsystem,andWHEREAS,althoughthismaybeessentialtokeepingthecommissionunbiased,itisnotedthatthereisnostudentrepresentationonthiscommission,andWHEREAS,thefindingsofthiscommissioncouldpossiblycoercetheSUNYBoardofTrustees,uponconsideration,toinstituteapolicytorestructuretheSUNYsystemtowardsnarrower,lessdiverse 6bjectives, andWHEREAS, a directiontowardsnarrower,lessdiverseobjectiveswouldmeanthedismantlingofanycompleteliberalartsandsciencesprogramsnowofferedthroughouttheSUNYsystem,andWHEREAS,theshrinkageofprogramsandmajors,atatimewhenSUNY'sapplicationforenrollmentandactualenrollmentisincreasing,doesnotmeettheneedsofthepeopleofNewYorkState,thereforeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateResolution16Page2BeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoherebyexpressesit'ssupportforthecontinuanceofcompleteanddiverseliberalartsandsciencesprograms,asispresentlyofferedhereatSUNY.Oswego,and-UrgesstudentstowriteletterstotheSUNYBoardofTrusteesexpressingtheirconcernforthepossiblenegativefindingsthatmaybesetforthfromthis cOIlUnission, and-UrgesSASUtotrytoconvinceSUNYofficialsoftheneedtohavestudentrepresentationonthiscommission,and-ThatwetheStudentAssociationattheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegowillmakeknowntheexistenceofthiscommission,it'spossiblefindings,andtheeffectsthesefindingscouldhavetothecampuscommunity.SUBMITTED BY:RobertGhosio,Jr.SPONSOREDBY:E.J.CuneoMaryJaneRichLynnChadwickJanetO'HaraSENATE ACTION22y,2n,laRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary22,1984atOswegoResolution17WHEREAS,the BeverageCommitteeisanall-Collegebodycomprisedofstudent,facultyandadministrativerepresentatives,andWHEREAS,theCommitteeisresponsiblefordeterminingtheappropriatenessofalcoholicbeveragesatregisteredevents;establishingproceduresthatareconsistentwiththepolicyontheuseofalcoholasapprovedbytheCollegeCouncil;andmaintainingacontinuingeducationalandevaluativefunctionregardingtheuseofalcoholicbeveragesbymembersoftheCollegecommunity,andWHEREAS,since oftheAlcoholicBeveragePolicy,theCollegehasattemptedtocarryoutthatpOlicythroughasystemofvoluntarycomplianceonthepartofstudentsattendingalcohol-relatedeventsandprimaryenforcementofpolicybysponsors/plannersofthoseevents,andWHEREAS,theCommitteehasdeterminedthatthissystemhasnotfunctionedeffectivelysincetheapprovedagewasraisedfrom18to19yearsofage;specifically,thatstudentsunderthelegaldrinkingageareobtaining and consumingalcoholatregisteredactivitiesonthecampus,andWHEREAS,theCollege'sAlcoholicBeveragePolicymandatesthattheeommitteetakeactiontocorrectsuchmisuses,andWHEREAS,theCommitteehasunanimouslyaffirmeditssupportofthepresentpolicy,whichpermitsstudentsunder19yearsofagetoparticipateineventsatwhichalcoholisservedwiththeunderstandingthatthoseindividualswillnotconsumealcoholicbeverages,andWHEREAS,forthenexteight(8)weeks,theCommitteewillbeevaluatingstudentadherencetothispolicyinorder } todeterminewhetherapolicychangeisnecessarytoenforcecompliance,thereforeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateResolution17Page2BeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswego-UrgesallmembersoftheSUNYOswegostudentbodytoacknowledgetheirindividualandcollectiveresponsibilitytoabidebyexistingStateLawandCollegepolicy,whichprohibitpersonsundertheageof19fromobtainingandconsumingalcoholicbeverages,andbeitfurtherresolved that theSenate-Urgesallmembersofthestudent body torecognizethatcontinuedfailuretocomplywiththoseregulationswillrequiretheAlcoholicBeverageCommitteetorecommendtotheCollegeCouncilchangesthatwillensureenforcementofthepresentpolicies.SUBMITTED BY:TheAlcoholicBeverageCommittee:AlexandraBennett,StudentMemberDonaldG.Fiscus,Jr.,StudentMemberDavidRothstein,StudentMemberProf.BruceG.Lester,FacultyMemberDeanMoody,AdministrativeMemberCharlesWeeks,ResidenceLifeandHousingStaffMemberMichaelJones,Ex-officioMemberSPONSOREDBY:JanetO'HaraSENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatestudentAssociationstateUniversityCollegeSenate19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28,1984atOswegoResolution18WHEREAS,SueCastrignohasbeentheStudentAssociationPresidentforthe1984LegislativeSession,andWHEREAS,SuealsoservedastheStudentAssociationVicePresidentforthe18thLegislativeSession,andWHEREAS,throughmanylonghoursofhardworkanddedicationtothestudentsofOswegoStateSuehasimprovedtheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,SuewillbegraduatinginMaytopursuehergoalsforthefuture,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwethankSueCastrignoforhercontributiontotheStudentAssociationandwishherthebestofluckinallherfutureendeavors.SUBMITTED BY:JanineFrainierSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekJanetO'HaraRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation Offic" of ti,,,CVic,,-prud".. tStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28,1984Resolution19WHEREAS,SueWrayhasbeentheStudentAssociationVicePresidentforthe19thLegislativeSession,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Suehasputinmanyhoursofhardwork,andhasbeenverydedicatedtotheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,SuewillbeleavingOswegoStateinMaytopursueherfuturegoals,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwethankSueWrayforhercontributiontotheStudentAssociationandwishherthebestofluckinallherfutureendeavors.SUBMITTED BY:JanineFrainierSPONSORED BY:MichaelNemecekJanetO'HaraRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate19thLegislativeSession35thMeetingMarch28,1984Resolution19WHEREAS,SueWrayhasbeentheStudentAssociationVicePresidentforthe19thLegislativeSession,andWHEREAS,Suehasputinmanyhoursofhardwork,andhasbeenverydedicatedtotheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,SuewillbeleavingOswegoStateinMaytopursueherfuturegoals,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatwethankSueWrayforhercontributiontotheStudentAssociationandwishherthebestofluckinallherfutureendeavors.SUBMITTED BY:JanineFrainierSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekJanetO'HaraSENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate