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18th Session (1982-1983) Legislative Documents

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STUDENTASSOCIATIONSTATEUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEATOSWEGO18THLEGISLATIVESESSION1982-1983RICKLEE--PRESIDENTSUZANNECASTRIGNO--VICEPRESIDENT

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PREAMBLEWE,THESTUDENTSOFTHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKCOLLEGEATOSWEGO,INRECOGNITIONOFTHERESPONSIBILITYSHAREDBYTHEADMINISTRATION,THEFACULTY,ANDTHESTUDENTBODYINSTUDENTLIFEANDAFFAIRS,HEREBYCONSTITUTETHESTATEUNIVERSITYOFNEWYORKATOSWEGOSTUDENT ASSOCIATION,BELIEVINGTHATBYORGANIZINGINTHISWAYWECANBESTACCOMPLISHTHEF0LLOWINGPURP0SES:TOSERVEASANAPPELLATEAGENCYFORPROBLEMSREFERREDTOTHESTUDENT ASSOCIATIONBYSTUDENTSORSTUDENT ORGANIZATIONS;TOPROMOTEINTHEINTERESTOFTHECOLLEGECOMMUNITY, APROGRAMOFSERVICE,SOCIALACTIVITY,ANDEDUCATIONAL PROJECTS.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril7,1982Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLeeSueCastrigno6.NewBusinessBill1Bill2Bill3Resolution1Bill4Bill5Resolution2PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession1st Meeting April7,1982MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:00.Theagendaandminuteswereapproved.EXECUTIVEREPORTPresidentoftheSenateLarryHe1d--Larrycommendedthepeoplehehasworkedwiththispastyear.ChrisEstus--Christhankedeveryoneandwishedthemluckinthefuture.OLDBUSINESSBill50passedwithavoteof27y/1n/Oabs.Bill51passedwithavoteof29y/On/Oabs.Resolutions37and38passedwithawhiteballot.Themeetingadjournedat6:50.RespectfullySubmitted,CarrieMcKennaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationSTateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession2nd '1eeting .'\pril14,1982Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.Executive ReportsP-ick Lee SueCastrignoSupremeCourtFacultyAssemblyReport6.OldBusinessBill1Bi11 27.New8usiness ill6Resolution3Resolution4PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeMeeting2ndMeetingApril14,1982MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:00pm.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingcorrections:Bill3 wasputonspecialorders.Bill4 wasputonspecialorders.Bill5wasputonspecialorders.Resolution2addedtoNewBusiness.TheMinuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTPresidentoftheSenateRickLee--Rickwelcomedallnewsenators.Hisofficehoursare:----Monday andFridayl1am-2pm Wed.11.00am-l:30pmandTues./Thurs.3:30pm-5pm.RickspokeonGovernorCarey'budget: millionrestoredbyLegislaturewhichisnowinthehandsoftheGovernor.NoFacultycutsproposed.HeaskedallsenatorstowritetotheGovenor.HecongradulatedthoseintheDanceMarathon.Appointed:AdministrativeAssistant,PhilBrousseauSenators:ChrisModeleske, Gene Cavaugh and Karen Newhook.ApprovedbytheSenate.AllotherSenatorsswornin.SueCastrigno--Suealsowecomedthenewsenators.Presidentpro-temporeisCraigBenson.Workshopfornewandoldsenatorswas asuccess.Sentsheetaroundforsignupofcommitteesandanyoneinterestedinachairpositionshouldseeher.Bill3passedwithavoteof27y/ONo/Oabs.Bill4passedwithavoteof22y/4n/Oabs.Bill5 withavoteof24y/On/OabsandIpres.Resolution1passedbyacclamation.Resolution2passedbyacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONTheetingwasajournedat7:27pm. Respect111Y s /PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation State UniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting .l\pril21, 1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee Sue Castrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampus7.OldBusinessBill2Resolution6Gill68.New l3usiness Resolution5Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession3rd etingApril21,1982 inutes Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04pm.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand Hyde, JohnPerkinson,SteveChristianandChrisHuddlestonwereabsent.Also,NestorSalaczynskiand ReneeMullenwereabsentwithaproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwiththefollowingcorrections:SupremeCourtandFacultyAssemblyBill2tabledandResolution4added.SenatewishedtheVice-Presidenta HappyBirthdayMinuteswereapprovedasis.ExecutiveReportRickLee--GovernorCareyvetoed$17.5millionforSUNYInflationmarginvetoed.Legislationmayoverrideveto:Governorstillcanimpoundfunds.Letterwritingcampaign-toasklegislationtooverrideGovernorCarey'sveto.April19,20,21st.Needfundstosendtelegramstolegislatorstoletthemknowhowwethestudentsfeel.Crop HungerwalknextNovemberfor3rdWorldCountries.Appointed:DoreenCapelliApprovedDirectorofO.C.A.Jim Evans26y/On/OabsSueCastrigno--ResignationThomas Edan fromWaterbury.FilledbyTonyaCohn-Hutz.Appointed:SueFrenchasAdministrativeAssistant26y/On/OabsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2CommitteesChair-CraigBenson -FinanceChairSueMairChairKevinOsborn-StudentServicesandChairContalesCommunityRelationsChairMike Nemecek -SUNYAffairsChair ChrisHuddleston-ElectionsChair-JeffWebster-Off-campusP.P.B.Senator keMurray. Dpen HouseisMonday,April19th.PresidentoftheSenateApproved27yesono2abst.SupremeCourt3casesfiled1)AgainstSAVAC2)AgainstWOCR3)Against SA FacultyAssemblyHearings4-15-8210:00pm4-15-829:00pmInternshipsgradingsystemmaybechanged.Opendiscussionfollowed.HHonor } S-SatisfactoryProposedchangeininternshipgradingU-Unsatisfactorysystem.Bill1passedwithavoteof22y/On/labsResolution3 waspassedbyacculamation 4 waspassedbyacculamation.Announcements:GroundZeroEducatn nalprogramaboutnucleararms.4-18RM217NuclearWeaponFreeze4-19FormalLoungeNuclearWarandEthics4-20 RM 213MedicalAffectsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 34-22 RM 101Lanigan7:30Dr.UrbanspeaksonreturnofCold War.G.S.A.GreekWeekThemeetingwasajournedat7:06pm.Respectfully submitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerk Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislative Session 4th etingl\pril28, 1382 Agenda1. r:all toorder2.Rollcall3. ,'\pproval of 4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReports rUck Lee SueCastrignoSupremeCourt6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampus7.OldBusinessBill68. New BusinessBill7Bill8Resolution7PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislative Session 4thMeetingApril28,1982 Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03pm.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandJohnPerkinsonandChrisModeleskiwereabsent.AlsoNestorSalaczynskiwasabsentwithaproxy.Theagendaandminuteswereapprovedasis.ExecutiveReportRickLee--contactedSenatorBarkley'sofficeandwasinformedthattheyareworkingtocometoacompromiseindealingwiththebudget.Appointments-ScottPosner-SophomoreseatforAuxiliaryservices28y/On/1absPhilBrousseau-AtlargeseatunanimousLouTaravella-FacultyAssemblyseatunanimousSueCastrigno--SignupforacommitteeifinterestedThanksSApeoplefortableatOpen HouseSenatorModelski-resignedCongratulatedWOCRfortheir1stplaceplaquefortheirMiddayMagazineprogram.CommitteeReports thechairmenofeachcommitteepleasesubmitthepeopleabsentineachcommitteetoSueMuar.PPBbillpassed Bill6passedFinance--FinancemeetingseveryMondayat4:30Bill2passed Bill 6tabledformoreresearchRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONMinutescontinuedPresidentoftheSenateSentoutmemostoclubslettingthemknowthatbudgetingstartsin S2ptember. Student on Wednesdayat5:30inroom 217ThreenewCentrobussheltersUticaStreetrunforpeopleoff-campusLibraryhours-surveycontinuingWant 2setoftenniscourtsfornightplayingClockintheUnion andTuesdaywastheelectionsforoff-campuscommittees SUNY Affairs--Meetingsare Mondays at6:15Letterwritingcampaignwas asuccessOffcampus--Meetingswillbe onTuesdayat5:00onthe2ndflooroftheUnion.Allarewelcome.OldBusiness!Jill2-27y/On/1abs 3ill 6tabledResolution5passesbyacclamationResolution6passesbyacclamationMeetingadjournedat6:37.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity Sollege atOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession5th May5, 1982 .'\genda1.Ca11toorder2.Rollcall3. !'.pproval oftheagenda4.Approvalofthe minutes 5. Executive ReportsRickLee SueCastrignoSupremeCourt6. ReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElections SUNY AffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampus7.OldBusinessBill'6Bill9 Bill 7Bill10Bill88.NewRusinessResolution8Resolution9PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState'JniversityCollegeat 0 sweg0 S2natelath LegislativeSession5th "1eeting t,ay5,1982 j" inutes Themeeting was calledtoorderat6:04pm.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand JohnPerkinsonand Sattler wereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwiththeSupremeCourtaddedtothe executiv2 report.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.ExecutiveReportRickLee--InformedbySenatorLuvellethattheSenatewilloverridethegovernorISbi11onSUNYbudget.SASU-introducedabillsayingtheBoardofTrusteesmusthavethreealumnimembers onit.Introducedanotherbillsayingthat50%oftheemployees forfoodserviceassociationsmust students.Federalbudget-presentlyinCongress.Thearehavingadifficulttimereachinga compromise.OnApril27th,theFacultyAssemblymetfor21/2hoursregardingthegradechangesofinternships. Consensuswas forsatisfactory-unsatisfactorygrading.Thereareopenappointmentsfor:Student Conduct CommitteeInfomationonpage69S!IFacultyMediationPanelpage 72-73SH Administrative Appeals Boardpage73SHJudicial Advisory Panelpage58SHSueCastrigno--3illsandresolutionsforthe17thLegislativeSessionhavebeensenttobebound.AdministrativeAssistantwillwork oncleaninguptheSenateoffice.PartyforSenatorstomeet on asociallevel-nextsemester.Next weekwewillmeetinHartHall Lounge.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONMinutescontinuedPresidentoftheSenateSenateCourt--CaseofGilbervsWeinrab-droppedCaseofStempinvsBritto-courtheldelectionsforGeneral tobevalid.CaseofSorensonvsSA-stilldeliberatingComplaintfiledagainstOffCampus by O'Donnell-deniedacceptanceofcasebecauseMr.O'Donnellreceivednoinjuries.CommitteeP.eportsRules--SubmitattendanceofeachcommitteetoSue Muar. Finance--Meetingsat4:30inroom 217HewittUnion.StudentServices--willhavepriceofbusshelternextweekLibraryhourssurveywillbecontinuednext Tuesday,and Wednesdaybetween11:00-2:30.Havingnewtenniscourtsdoesnot.lookpromisingbecausethereisnomoneyavailable.Sidewalksarebeingfixedaroundcampus.Therewillbe aclockintheUnion bythe end ofthesemester.Meetingsat5:30inroom217.Elections--OffCampusCommitteeelectionswillbe May 3-4. SUNY Affairs--MeetingsareTuesdaysat4:15.LetterwassenttoWashingtontotargetlegislatorsaboutFederalbudget.CommunityRelations--MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.OnCampussurvey-l000distributedand 636werereturned. youfeelaproblemexistsregardingstudent-communityrelations?-generalconsensuswaspositive.WhatareyouroverallfeelingsofOswegoand/oritstownspeople?-overallconsensusispositiveDoyoufeelthatmorestudent-communttyinteractionisneeded?-generalconsensusispositiveThinkingofhavingafallcleanupwithtown andstudents.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATION Minutes continuedPresidentoftheSenateOffCampus--Meetingsare Hednesdays at 5:30t 2ndfloorHU.IfyouwantaninternshipwiththeOffCampusAssociationcontactJim Evansforapplications.Positionsareopeninprogrammingtpublishingandlegalaids. ace electionsnextweek -5openings.OldBusinessBill6tabled New Business 7passedbyvoteofacclamationMeetingadjournedat6:29. submittedt JocelynSokolski t SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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"'.. ,TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession6thMeetingAgenda1.Calltoorder.2.Rollcall3.Approvalof tbe agenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutivereportsRickLee SueCastrignoKenKirsch6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampus7.NewBusinessResolution10Bill148.PetitionofImpeachment9.SupremeCourtPresidentoftheSenateSeptember 8. 1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPETITIONOFIMPEACHMENTName:Brian ToddPosition:SenatorofOneidaHallDate:September6,1982PresidentoftheSenateComplainant:SueMuar,RulesCommitteeChairNatureofComplaint:SenatorBrianToddispresentlyinviolationofArticleIsectionVoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegoStudentAssociation'sConsttution.ArticleIsectionVreadsasfollows:IINoSenatorshall,duringthetimeforwhichhewaschosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityoftheStudentAssociationandnopersonholdingofficeundertheStudentAssociationshallbe a memberoftheSenateduringhiscontinuanceinoffice.1IBrianToddasaSenator,bydefinitionoftheConstitution,isacivilofficer.BrianToddalsoasaresult af theBlackStudentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePg2 Unionrecentelectionshas beenelectedandnowholdsthepostand/orofficeofPresidentofthesaidorganization.whichisundertheStudentAssociation.InacceptingthispositionofPresidentoftheBlackStueent Union,Sena$wr ToddisindirectviolationofArticleIsectionVoftheStudentAssociationConstitutionwhichstates:IInopersonholdinganyofficeundertheStudentAssociationshallbea memberoftheSenateduringhiscontinuanceinoffice.1IRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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-TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession6thTeetingMinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03.Rollcallwastakenand Sattlerwasabsent.PresidentoftheSenateSeptember8,1982 'genda approvedwithBill10added. 9 and 10wereonspecialorder.Minutesapprovedasis.EXECUTIVE RickLee--ContactedSASUandSenate nottooverridetheGovernor'svetoofthebudget.3udgetwassignedon 5.Thiswillleadtoareductioninfacultyandstaff.-Assemblyman EmerysaidthatifthegovernmentandState Somptroller seethatstaterevenuesareneededatthebeginningofnextyear,theymaybegranted.-TheCollegeCommunity Committeetalkedabouttheincidenton5thAvenue.Want 6newpoliceofficersassignedspecificallyforcollegestudents.-TheFacultyAssemblydecidedthatthegradingpolicywillnotbechangedfromA-Etoaplus-minussystem. gradingwillbechangedfromthe systemtoa USH system.TheproposalbyDr.VanSchaakwasdefeated.-CommunityRelationsCommitteewillhave acleanupwiththestudentsandcommunity.-Appointments:StudentConduct Sommittee -Beverly andTeresaGeiser 9irector ofFinance-KenKirshSueCastrigno--JohnPerkinsonresigned -Off Campusseatopen.Room205 Hewitt UnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 2Committee September8,1982Oswego,NewYork13126Rules--SendattendancetoSue Finance--Bills6,7,8,9passed.StudentServices--Gettingtenniscourtsdoesnotlookgoodbecauseofthelackofmoney.-TheUticaStreetrunfortheCentro ismappedout.-Thebusshelterswillcost$3000 apiece.I.A.peoplewillmostlikelymake them and themoney willcome fromAuxiliaryServices.Elections--CongratulationstoeverybodyelectedfortheOffCampuselections.SUNYAffairs--Cometothemeetingswhentheystartnextsemester.CommunityRelations--UillsponsorashuttlebusgoingdowntownforCollegeNightonSeptember10.OffCampus--Congratulationstothewinnersofthe Off Campuselections.-Pickupapplicationsifinterestedingettinganintern-shipwiththeOffCampus Association. -PlanninganOffCampusawarenessweeknextyear.OLDBUSINESSBill6-passes29y/On/OabsBill7-passes29y/On/OabsBill8-passes28y/On/1absBill9-passes22y/On/5absBill 10 -passes25y/On/OabsResolution8-fails6y/12n/5absResolution9-passedbyvoteofacclamation adjournedat8:30.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski.Senate Clerk ------------------Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember 1982 Agendal-Calltoorder.2.Ro11call3Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutivereportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampus7.NewBusinessBill11Bill12Bill13Bill14PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember15 t 1982MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:15.RollcallwastakenandWilliamRistofftKaren Newhooktand DoreenCapelliwereabsent.AgendaapprovedwiththeSupremeCourtmoveduntilafterNewBusiness.Minutesapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTRickLee--Mr.WassenaarisnowVicePresidentforStudentServicesand DeanofStudents.-DropdatechangedtoSeptember22.-AKurzweilreadingmachinefortheblindwillbeinstalledinPenfieldLibraryinNovember of Dec.-TheSundayCentrobusrunbeginsSeptember12th.PubbusstartedSeptemberlOth.-Dr.JamesGrantwillbethenew DirectorattheMary WalkerHealthCenter.-SpoketoKiwanis ClubaswellasatOswegoCountyCommunityNightaboutSA.-AppointedKevin McDermott andLoriIrvingasdirectorandassistantdirectorrespectivelyoftheLegal Aidsoffice.Hoursareposted.-RickLee has beenelectedtotheBoardofDirectorsofSASUaswellastheSecretarytotheBoardofDirectors.-AppointedJeffMargariteastheDirectorofRefrigeration.-AppointedMicheleKleintoaFacultyAssemblyseat.-Anengineerwas foundthissummerforWOCRandmuchworkisbeingdonetogetthem backontheirfeet.-TheHSUgradingpolicyforinternswasapprovedbyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONSeptember15,1982Page 2PresidentoftheSenatethepresident.ItwilltakeeffectFall1983.-TheCollegeCommunityRelationCommitteemetthroughthesummer andtookupproblemsfromlandlord/tenantresponsibilitiestoWaterStreet.-StopOWlCampaign-TherearespecialpatrolsoncampustostopDWI.Penaltiesrangefrom $250tooneyearinjailforthefirstoffense.-AmotionwasmadetocloseoffWaterStreetonFridayandSaturdaynightssopeoplemaydrinkinthestreets. rhe motionfailed.-TalkedtoSenatorsMoynihan and D'Amato andCongressmanMartinabout'thePresidentsvetolofabillwhichcontains217millioninstudentfinancialassistant.-Studentlawyerwillbeavailablefrom12:30-2:00onFridays.-Oswegofilled600voterregistrationapplications morethananyotherSUNYschool.SueCastrigno--Therehave beennineresignations-7 on campus and 2offcampus.-AppointedLindaHoo,JeffWebster,and Mike NemecektotheFinanceCommittee.-AppointedMary RoachasJohnsonHallSenator-AppointedScottPosnerandFrankWixtedasFunelleSenators.-AppointedMikeBalfeasAssistanttoVicePresident.-GothroughSenatorfoldersandfilloutdatasheets.Alsoreadtheconstitutionand befamiliarwithrulesandregulations.-SuewasbusythissummerwithChuck WeeksdrawingupanoutlineforDormCouncilaswellasrevisingtheschoolalcoholpolicy.-CurrentlyworkingwithJohnSpringtogetthemen'svolleyballteamapprovedbytheAAC.-Senateofficehasbeenreorganized.Senatefileswerebroughtuptodateandcrossreferencewasrevised.Ifyou have anysuggestionspleaseseeSue.-Let'salltrytomakethisayearofactivismbygettingpeopleinvolved.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATION September 15,1982Page3PresidentoftheSenateKenKirsch--ApplicationsareavailableforAssistantDirectorofFinance.TheyaredueSeptember24that4:00andinterviewswillstartthenextweek.CommitteesRules-MeetingsonMondaysat4:00inroom205.Finance-Meetingson at4:00inroom217.Program Fund -$15,000allocatedtoclubs.ApplicationsareavailablenoWand dueSeptember17th.StudentServices-Bussheltersaregoingup.-MeetingsareonWednesdaysat5:30.-Facultyevaluationwillbemajor project thisyear.SUNYAffairs-MeetingsareonTuesdaysat4:00. cnd BusinessResolution10passedbyvoteofacclamation.PetitionofImpeachment-Defeatedbyavoteof8y,2n,7A,3P.Kevin Osborn -y SueMuar-yLindaHoo-yMarkContales-yBill -y Mike Nemecek -y HowardHyde-ANestorSalaczynsky-y MikeSattler-A John Rockwell -ARoom205HewittUnionJeffWebster-pSteveChristian-NBrianWaddell -A Marygene Cavaugh -A NancyGoldfarb-ACraigBenson -ySheldonMunford -NTonjaConhatz-a Mary Roach -pFrankWixted -pOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONSeptember15,1982Page 4Meetingadjournedat7:20.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAsseciationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate 18th LegislativeSession8thMeetingSeptember22,1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder.2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRick Lee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampus7.OldBusinessBill11Bill 13 Bill14 -withdrawnPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341!

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession8th September22,1982 Themeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04.RollcallwastakenandWilliamRistoffand DoreenCappeliwereabsent.PresidentoftheSenateTheagendawasapprovedwiththeomissionofKenKirschinExecutiveReports.ImpeachmentofBrianTodd andBill14 wereaddedtoNewBusiness.Bill12wasonspecialorder.Minutesapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--Atuitionincreasewillbeproposedaswellasacutof8facultymembers.Wecan andwill acceptthesecuts.-Therehave 42facultycutsatBrockport.40facultyarebeingretrenched.-Rickand Sue wenttoAlbanylastweekend andtookpartinasoftballgamewiththeSUNYAdministrators.-InthefuturewewillsubmitresolutionstotheSenate.FacultyAssembly.andCollegeCouncil.-Brockportisplanninganucleardisarmamentandwewilltakethesameaction.-Mike Murray wasappointedAssistanttothePresident.-Mike Murrayresignedasasenator.-AppointedJeffMargariteastheDirectorofRefrigeration.SueCastrigno--MaryRoachresigned.-LouTaravellaresigned.-AppointedCarolynWojtkowiczasSenatorofJohnsonHall-Therewillbea S.A Welcome BackPartyintheH.U. Formal LoungeonThursday,September30at7:30.Ticketsare$3.00apersonor$5.00acouple.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONSeptember22,1982Page 2PresidentoftheSenate-RossMion, MikeSt.Ledger,andNeilCohenweresworninasoffcampusSenators.-EricRitterwas sworninasaSenatorforOnondagaHall-ScottPosnerwassworninasSenatorforFunelleHallCOMMITTEEREPORTSRules-MeetingsareonMondaysat4:00inroom 217-Bill11approved.Finance-MeetingsareonMondaysat3:30inroom217.-Bill11passed.StudentServices-WorkingtogetloudspeakersintheHewittUnionRecreationRoom-Facultyevaluationwillbemajorprojectthisyear.-WorkingtogetasuggestionboxintheUnionforgripesorideasSUNYAffairs-MeetingsareonTuesdaysat4:00CommunityRelations-MeetingsareonTuesdaysat6:00inroom 409HartHall-Workingtogetintouchwiththelocalhighschoolstohave anassemblywiththeBlackFriarsOffCampus-MeetingsareonWednesdaysat5:00OLDBUSINESSBill11Bill13Bill14Bill12passedbyavoteof24y,On,laVoteresindingimpeachmentpassedbya vote of l1y,3n, 2pBrianToddcensoredpassedbyavoteofI4y,4n,4aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONSeptember22,1982Page3PETITIONOFIMPEACHMENTPassedbyavoteof22y,4aPresidentoftheSenateKevin Osborn -y Sue Muar -YLindaHoo-y MarkConta1es-yBillSpinelli yScottPosner-yFrankWixted -y Mike Nemecek -y HowardHyde-yNestorSa1aczynskyj-y MikeSattler-y RossMion-yCarolynWojtkowicz-yJohnRockwell -yJeffWebster-ySteveChristian-aBrianWaddell -a MaryjeanneCavanagh -y NancyGoldfarb-yCraigBenson -ySheldon -aTonjaConjhatz-y Karen Newhook -yEricRitter-a MikeSt.Ledger-yNeilCohen -y Themeetingwasadjournedat7:00.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember29,1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusPPBSenator7.NewBusinessBill15Resolution118.OldBusinessResolution11PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember29,1982MinutesMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:02.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand Mike Sattlerwasabsent.Also,NestorSalaczynskyjandWilliamRistoffwereabsentwithaproxy.AgendaapprovedwiththesumofSill13beingchangedto$132.85omittingadditionalmailingsand 250dinnermenu/programs.Bill14withdrawn.Minutesapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--On9/20/82awomanwasrapedoncampus.Severalofficersareworkingonthecase.Nostudentshouldwalkalone.SEEPisavailableSundaythroughThursdayfrom9-1bycalling2105.AnotheralternativeistocallCampusPolicewhengoingfrom onebuildingtoanothertoletthemknowthatyouwillbewalkingalone,thencallwhen youarriveatyourdestination.-AsecondMoneymaticmachineisnowinitsfinalstagesofbeingoperational.-TheFacultyAssemblyresolutionisbeingcompiledandwillbesubmittedinthenearfuture.-LookattheDaBdocument.Itwillbediscussedinthefuture.SueCastrigno--DoreenCappeliresigned.-NeilCohen waselectedPPBsenator.-SAWelcome BackPartywillbeSeptember30,1982.Ticketsare$3.00/personand$5.00/couple.Comeand have agoodtime.-Suewillbespeakingatalldormcouncilswithinthenexttwoweeks.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation9th September29,1982Page 2PresidentoftheSenate-Mike NemecekresignedfromtheFinanceCommittee-HowardHydeandSteveChristianwereappointedtotheFinanceCommittee -TimMinichwasappointedSenatorofRiggsHall-DavidRakowski wasappointedSenatorofOnondagaHall.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules---Bill13failed.-OffCampus and CommunityRelationsCommitteespleasesubmitattendancetoSue Muar.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:00intheUnion.Finance--Bill13failed.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:45.StudentServices--WorkingtogetphonesinallbuildingsinordertocallSEEP-WorkingtogetloudspeakersintheUnionRecRoomElections--Petitionsaredue9/29by3:00pm-10/4-officialslatepostedat12noon.Campaigningbeginsatnoon.-10/19-Campaigningendsatpollingplacesat8am.-10/19-Elections 9amand end7pminalldininghallsandtheUnion.SUNYAffairs--Between800-900peopleregisteredtovote.RegistrationendsOctober9. Community Relations--Workingtomakethecommunityawareofthingsavailabletothemoncampus.OffCampus--WillbegoingtoalltheGreekhousesformoresupportofvoterregistration.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:00intheUnion.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation9thMeetingSeptember29,1982Page 3OLDBUSINESSBill11passesbyavoteof25y,On, Oa,2pBill13failedbyavoteof12y,12n,2a,IpMeetingadjournedat7:47.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember29,1982TrialofBrianToddTrialcalledtoorderat8:08PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandNestorSalaczynskyj,MikeSattler,and Dave Rakowski wereabsent.WilliamRistoff,JeffWebster,and Karen Newhook wereabsentwithaproxy.Chargeswereread.BrianToddpleadsnotguilty.SueMuargivesopeningstatement:Clearmindabout Brian TOddasaSenatorandpersonally.Mr. Toddisinviolationoftheconstitution.Beobjectivewhenjudginghim.Civilofficerisdefined.SheldonMunfordgivesopeningstatement:Issueisdoestheconstitutionneedamending?Timeschange.Thesepositionsshouldbelookedatasalearningexperience.Sue MuarcallsMary Roachtothestand.WhenaskedwhysheresignedasaSenatorsheresponded"IwasnotinterestedinbeingaSenator."SheldonMunfordcontinuestoquestionMaryastowhyonherwrittenresignationsheclaimeditwasbecauseshewasPresidentoftheRussianClub.Maryrespondedsayingthatitwasacombinationofboth.Nofurtherquestions.RickLeeiscalledtothestand.Sue MuarasksRickifbeforetheBSUelectionshehadanytalkswithBrianaboutbeinginviolationoftheconstitution?Ricksaysyes.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation9thMeetingSeptember29,1982Page 2PresidentoftheSenateRickisaskediftheytalkedaboutaconstitutionconflict.Herespondedmaybe.Ifsoitwould bedeterminedbythecourt.Rick'spersonalopinionofArticle1Section5isthatthisclausewouldpreventasituationinwhichsenatorsmakedealsduringbudgettimes.SueCastrignoiscalledtothestand.Sueisaskedifshehad anyconversationswithBrianToddbeforetheBSUelections.Yesshedid.Did you haveanyconversationswithhimaftertheelections?Yes.BrianwasawarethathewasinviolationoftheConstitution.Sue'spersonalopinionofArticle1Section5isthatifsomeoneisanofficerofa-StudentAssociationorganizationand aSenatorthenheisinviolationoftheconstitution.SheldonMunfordthenquestionsSue.IfSue knewthatBrianTodd wasinviolationoftheconstitution,whydidn'tshegotoPeteTassiniandtalktohimaboutitlastsemester?SuerespondedsayingthatshehadheardPetetalkaboutittoothersandthereforewasundertheassumptionthathealreadyknew.BrianTodd hadtoldSuethathewouldputupaIIfightllintheSenateofficeinordertoholdbothpositions.PhilBrousseauiscalledtothestand.Sue Muarasks Phi1hispersonalinterpretation0fArtic1e1Section5.HerespondssayingthathefeelsBrianToddisinviolationoftheconstitution.SheldonMunfordthenquestionsPhil.DoyouknowJoeCoughlin?Philrespondsyes.Were youawarethathewas aSenatorofSA,RulesCommitteeChairman,andPresidentoftheLawSociety?Philsaysthatatthetimehewasunawareofit.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation -9th Meet ingSeptember29,1982Page3PresidentoftheSenateSheldon:Joehashisnameonmanybills.Don'tyoufeelthattherewas aconflictofinterest?Atthistimeameetingwascalledin Pete Tassini'sofficeforfiveminutes.Trialwascalledbacktoorder.AtthistimeSheldonMunfordaskedforarecessforoneweek.Recesswasgrantedonthegroundsthatthedefendanthasbecomeawareofnewinformationwhichmayhelphiminthecase.Recessedat9:35.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession11'thMeetingOctober6,1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.ApprovaloftheminutesPresidentoftheSenate5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrignoKenKirsch6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusPPBSenator7.OldBusinessBill15Resolution12Resolution13Bill16PeteTassiniRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession10thMeetingOctober4,1982MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat7:11.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand JamesDingley,MarkContales,BillSpinelli,WilliamRistoff,MikeSt.Ledger,and David Rakowsky wereabsent.CarolynWojtkowicz,SteveChristianandBrianWaddellwereabsentwithaproxy.AllanRoggen wasappointedasanOffCampusSenator.CraigBensonexplainsthatthereisaProgramFundbudgetofabout$15,000.Thirty-sixclubshaveapproachedSAformoney.Approximately$11,800hasalreadybeenallocated.Therewas amotiontostrikeNoNewPublicationsasaintheFinanceCommitteeGuidelinesbyArtSorenson.campus needtoknowwhatisgoingonwiththeclubs.failed12y,13n.Guidelinesapprovedasis.stipulationPeopleonThemotionKARATECLUBSandyMarlin-PresidentandTreasurerTheclubteachesselfdefense,weapons andclassicalinstruction.IIFinancerecommendationwas $100voteof24y,On,OapassesIV$1092wasrequestedforinstruction.$546 was recommendedvoteof18y,On,4a$781.20wasrequestedforinstruction.$390.60was recommendedvoteof24y,On,1a VFinancerecommended $35toadvertisevoteof24y,On,OaVI$1071.60recommendedforbottomline-passedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober 4, 1982Page2PresidentoftheSenateOswego,NewYork13126OUTINGCLUBMichaelRodriguez-PresidentPeterDevine-TreasurerTheclubteachespaddlestrokes,backpacking.Theactivitiesaretaughtbyothergroupmembers.$490.00requested.$326.50was recommended Bottomlinepassedbyavoteof 24y,On, Oa.RUSSIANCLUBMaryRoche-PresidentCarolynDietz-TreasurerIIpassedfor$50IIINeilCohenstronglyrecommends Crime andPunishmentbutitcosts$200insteadof$175.ArtSorensonrecommendsonly$100forCrime andPunishmentbecausethePhilosophyClubalsowantsthemovie.Theycansplitthecosts.AllanRoggen-recommendsthat$25beaddedtoBorisGodunovforpostagePassedat$300byavoteof 22y,On, OaV $20isdroppedforpostagebecauseitwasincludedinwiththefilms.$29 has been recommendedforofficesuppliestoadvertise.Therewas amotionfor$100toentertainSovietexchangestudents.AllanRogger-supportitbecauseifwedon't,whowill?ArtSorenson-Weshouldhelpshow themaround.Sue andRickshouldtakethemtolunch.NestorSalaczynskyj-shouldbepassed.Weshouldpickupthetabinsteadoftheprofessors.JeffWebster-Comebackwithalistofwhatyouexactlywantthe$100for.MotionforRussianClubtoreturnWednesdayat7:30-passesbyavoteof 18y,5n, 1aThereisan openbottomline.PHILOSOPHYCLUBDebbieVanSise-PresidentTomWall-Treasurer -----------------Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober4,1982Page 3PresidentoftheSenateII$150passedIIICrime andPunishmentrecommendationischangedto$100tosplitthecostswiththeRussianClubOrdetischangedto$50insteadof$125.IVWithdrawn V $47toadvertiseeventswas recommended.Bottomlineisnow$457.Passedbyavoteof24y,On,OaO.LA.A.LaiLam-PresidentTomHerting-TreasurerClubwantstobettergoalsthroughpresentationsandguestspeakers.IIEventBMikeSattlerfeelsthatweshouldtakeresponsibilityandrenovatetheclock.LindaHoo-notourresponsibility.avoteof2y,16n,3afailstorenovatetheclock.IIIPassesVPassesBottomlineof$195passes21y,On,1a.Motiontocome backwithmoreinformationonclock.Thestatemaypayforit.Motionisthenwithdrawn.ACCOUNTINGSOCIETYJohnTeeney-PresidentScottSullivan-TreasurerIIEventCismovedtoofficesupplies.JohnRockwell-supports$150recommendationsJeffWebster-Theclubalreadyhastwospeakerslinedupsoit itpossiblethattheywillhavemore.Isupportthe$150.HowardHudecallsquestion-passed14y,2nfor$150 VRequest$56forofficesuppliessothatJohnTeeneymaybereimbursedformoneyspentonthebulletinboardduringthesummer.BrianToddcallsquestion-6y,7n,1a$41motionstays.Bottomline$211passes14y,On,OaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober 4 t 1982 Page 4PresidentoftheSenateGERMANCLUBIreneMulcahey-PresidentPamelaMerriman-TreasurerIIpassesIIIFilmwillcost$315 andnot$200 Bottomlinerecommendedis$449 -passesbyavoteof 16YtOnt OaSPANISHCLUBPamMerriman-PresidentandTreasurerArtSorenson-MotionforeventAtohave$20.FinanceCommitteerecommendsit.ArtSorenson-MotiontodropEventC and add $75foraSpanishmusicalgroup.Thegroupwillperformoncampus.-passes 16YtOnt OaIIIFilmsarechangedfrom $200to$215toincludepostagepasses 16YtOnt OaV $40isrecommendedtoadvertiseBottomlineis$236 -Passes 16YtOnt OaANTHROPOLOGYCLUBAnneBergeron-PresidentRickPotter-TreasurerII$125isrecommendedinsteadoftheinitial$75Passes 9Yt 6nEventD-LindaHoospoketoDr.Pratt.HesaidthattheAnthropologyDepartmenthasequipmentwhichtheycanuse.Motiontobefunded$0RickPottersaidthatthereisnotanitemizedlistforwhatthe$47willgotobecauseDr.Prattdidnothavetimetodoit.Neil ClOhen callthequestion8Yt 3n.4anottofundDIIIFinanceamendsitsrecommendationfrom $55to$0.JohnRockwell-thelibraryhasthesedocumentsandtheyshouldnotpurchasethem.JeffWebster-Motiontogivethem $10forpamphletsandadditionalinformation-passes 10Yt4nt 1a Motiontoraisetelephoneto$7.50-passesMotiontoraisepostageto$7.60-passesBottomlineof$185.10passes 16Yt Ont OaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober4,1982Page 5PresidentoftheSenatePSYCHOLOGYCLUBThomasNettle-PresidentDianaLee-TreasurerIIPassesEventE-$10forguestspeakerismotioned9y,6n,OapassesEventF-DianaLeeexplainsthatOswegostartedtheUndergraduatePsychologyConference17yearsago.Weshouldcontinueit.Line5iswithdrawn.BrianTodd-LeavebottomlineopenandcheckwithAlumniAssociation,AuxiliaryServices,andStatedepartmentstoseeiftheywillfundtheevent.RickLee-Seehowitwasfundedinthepast.Motionpasses7y,6nIVDianaLee-Want aworkshoptopoolinformationandgetspecializedinstruction.Voteof8y,3n,5atoremainat$0VRequestfor$50forpostagebyTanya ConHatz SueMuar-Friendlyamendmentfor$10.ItisacceptedbyTanya.CraigBensoncallsquestions-passes11y,2n,2a $51forofficesupplies-passed12y,On,OaTentativebottomlineof$101METEOROLOGYCLUBKarenKowalewsky-PresidentSteveWhite-TreasurerIIPassesIIIPassesV$5forphone -passesBottomlineof$236passes16y,On,OaCATALINACLUBIIRecommended $100forsceneryproductioninEventAEventAispassedat$540 V Recommended $20forofficesuppliesBottomlineof$560passed13y,On,OaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober4,1982 Page 6PresidentoftheSenateFRENCHCLUBCharlesPaul-PresidentRebeccaShamey-TreasurerThenewFrenchClubadvisorisaggressiveandtheclubisgoingplaces.IIIFinancefeelsthattheFrenchClubshouldtrytogetcheaperfilms.RossMionmotionstomakeIIIto$300 -motionpassedFriendlyamendmentbyNeilCohentomakeIII$400 -passedBottomlineofIIIfor$400passed9y,5n,OaBottomlineof$435passed13y,In,OaITALIANCLUBMaryAnnCiriello-PresidentII$100bottomlineIIIRecommended $400becauseanothermovie wasadded-passes7y,6nV $35 recommendedforofficesuppliesBottomlineof$615passeslly,5nMeetingadjournedat12:05. Sokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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.. TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession11,thMeetingOctober6,1982MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.RollcallwastakenandSheldonMunford wasabsent.WilliamRistoffandJeffWebsterwereabsentwithaproxy.AgendaapprovedwithPPBSenatoraddedunderCommitteeReports.Minutesapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--MetwithMr.Wassenaarand wasinformedthatfundingforsecurityatathleticeventswasnotbudgeted.Mr.WassenaarfeltthatitwastheresponsibilityofSA.RickthenspoketoDr.Heminkwhosaidthatthestatewouldpickuptheexpense.Rickstronglyfeltthatitwastheresponsibilityofthestate.-TalkedtoJimTierneyofSASUandhesayshewillbecomingtoOswegosoon.Thegovernorhasreleased$2,790,000fortuitionreimbursement.Thereisstill$10millionforfacultyand$2.6millionforthemaintenanceofcampusfacilities.SueCastrigno--JamesDingleywas a_ppointed byCayuga Hall'sDormCouncil.-Thefirstinterdormitorymeetingwasheldanditwentwell.ThemeetingsareheldeveryfirstTuesdayofthemonthat6:30intheUnion.-Thewelcomebackpartyforthesenatorshasbeenpostponed.-KenKirsch,DirectorofFinance,hasbeengivenapermanentspeakingseatonthefloorduringmeetings.-ScottPosnerandJohnRockwellwereappointedtotheFinanceCommitteeRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober6,1982Page 2 REPORTSPresidentoftheSenatearealsoshown Wednesdayat3:00Rules-SueMuarneedsattendancefrom CommunityRelations,OffCampus, andElections.Finance-TherewillbeclubbudgethearingsonSaturday,October2at9:00,andSunday,October3,at10:00inroom212.-Monday,October4willbeanotherSenatemeetingforclubbudgets.StudentServices-Workingonfacultyevaluationsthisyear.Elections-LookingforpollwatchersfortheOctober19thelections.SUNYAffairs-Noreport.CommunityRelations-Wanttocreateanawarenessoffacilitiesoncampusavailabletopeopledowntown.-DWIskitswillbeperformedinOswego HighSchooltoshowthestudentstheprocedurewhenbeingcaught.OffCampus-Noformalreport.PPB-PPBhasnewshowcases.-Pleaserealizethatitisnoteasytogetverygoodgroupstoplayatthecollege.LakeronlygivesPPBthreedatestoworkwithandnotallgroupsareavailableonthosedates.-TheTuesdaynightmoviesintheUnion LoungeTherewillbe aDWIseminarinHartLounge,October8at7:00.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober6,1982 Page 3OLDBUSINESSPresidentoftheSenateResolution11passedbyavoteofacclamation.RickLeewentontoexplainthatthroughdeathsandretirementsDOBistakingawaylinesandsaystowaitbeforehiringagain.Theythenseethatwearegettingalongwithouttheteacherssothenextyearwearenotfundedtohireadditionalfaculty.Thegovernmentiscontinuallydecreasingthesizeandqualityoftheschool.Meetingrecesseduntil7:30.TRIALOFBRIANTODDMeetingwascalledbacktoorderat7:40.Rollcallwastakenand Kevin Osborn and David Rakowsky wereabsent.BillRistoffandJeffWebsterwereabsentwithaproxy.AtthispointinthetrialSue Muar hasnootherwitnessestocall.ShebringsforthacopyoftheSeptember16,1982issueoftheOswegonian.SheldonMunfordobjectedtothisexhibitbeingbroughtforthbeforetheSenate.PeteTassinicallsforarecess.Meetingiscalledbacktoorder.Sheldonwithdrawshisobjection.Sue MuarreadsIIIcouldnotbelieve I wassureI wasgoingtobeimpeached.Ifitwereme, Iwould'vesentapersontotrial.Whattheywerevotingonatthetimewas amatterofconstitutionality.lilt'splainthatI wasinviolation.1IRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober6,1982 Page4PresidentoftheSenateSheldoncallsJ.MichaelBrittotothestandandasks:Were youonceasenatorforSA?Yes,forOnondaga.AndwereyouBSUVicePresident?Yes. Did youeverhave anyproblemsservingbothorganizations?No.Whenitwasbudgettime,howdidyouhandlethesituation?Iabstainedfromvotingandretainedtherighttospeak.Inyouropinion,isitpossibletoholdbothoffices?YesWereyou asenatorwithJoeCoughlin?Yes. Were youawarethathewas asenator,RulesCommitteeChairman,andPresidentoftheLawSociety?Yes.Youbothservedtwopositions?yes.Sue MuarthenquestionsJ.MichaelBritto.Didanyoneapproachyou andtellyouthatyouwereinviolationoftheconstitution?No.SheldonpresentsadepositionofProfessorFritzMesserewhoisateacherinOswego'sCommunicationDepartment.ItishisinterpretationofArticle1Section5.SenateClerkreadsdeposition.RecessiscalledsothatSenatorsmayreaddepositionthemselves.Calledbacktoorder.SheldoncallsVPStudentAffairs,Mr.Wassenaartothestandandaskshim:Doyou haveexperiencedealingwithSAproblemsandconstitutions?Iamaliason.IfeelthatIamcapableofinterpretingtheconstitution.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober 6, 1982Page5PresidentoftheSenateSue MuarobjectsonthegroundsthatMr.Wassenaarhasnotbeenestablishedasanauthoritarianoftheconstitution.SheldonasksMr.WassenaartoexpandonhisdealingswithSAandcapacity.I have beenatOswegofor18yearsandfolloweddeliberationsofSAandotherorganizations.I have beenconsultedwiththeconstitutionofresidencehallsaswellasdraftingconstitutionsfororganizationsoncampus.WhatisyourinterpretationofArticle1Section5?Idonotfeelthatthereisadifferencebetweencivilofficeinthefirstpartandofficeinthesecondpart.Thepurposeoftheby-lawsistheclarifytheseambiguities.Inyouropinion,isBrianToddinviolationoftheconstitution?Ireservejudgement.Sue MuarthenasksMr.Wassenaar:InArticle1Section5doyoufeelthatiftheywantedbothsectionstoreadcivilofficetheywould haveputitthatway? No, inotherpartsoftheconstitutiontheyjustuseofficeaftercivilofficewasalreadymentioned.Doyoufeelthatbothsectionsrefertociviloffice?Yes.Sue MuaristhencalledtothestandbySheldon.SheldonMunfordbringsforthacopyoftheSeptember 16, 1982issueoftheOswegonian.Sue Muarisquotedassaying1I0bviouslywecan'tleavetheconstitutionthewayitis.1IDid yousaythis?Yes.IsBrianToddindirectviolationoftheconstitution?Yes.Suegoesontoexplainthatatthetimeshesaidthat,theimpeachmentdidnotgothrough.Brianheldbothpositions,thereforeitwould havetobeamended.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober6,1982 Page 6PresidentoftheSenateSheldoncallsMelanieJanowskytothestandandasks:DoyourecallyJurconversationwithSue Muar? Yes.AtthetimethearticlewaswrittenBrianTodd hadnotbeenimpeached.SuedidsaythatwecannotleavetheconstitutionasitisandthattheRulesCommitteewouldgothroughitandpulloutpiecesoramendit.MelanieshowshernotesofhertalkwithSue Itisnowevidenceofthecourt.Sue MuarcallsJ.MichaelBrittobacktothestandandasks:Youwere asenatorandBSUVicePresident,correct?Yes.Duringthebudgethearingsyourefrainedfromvoting?Yes. Didanybodytellyouto?No.BudgetingisabigpartofSA.Don'tyoufeelthatyou werenotfulfillingallofyourobligationsasasenatorbyabstainingfromvoting?Ispokebutabstainedwhen Ithoughtsensible.Howcome nobodyeverconfrontedyou?Doniknowwhy. Iabstainedfromvotingandeveryoneknewwhy. IpersonallyfeltthatIshouldabstain,andthattherewasnoconflict.SomepeoplemaynothaveknownthatIheldbothoffices.SheldonthenasksJ.MichaelBritto:Didotherpeoplealsoserveontwoseatsatthesametime?Yes. ThegeneralconSensusknewIservedon twoseats.DidPhilBrousseauknow? Idon'tknow.Hemighthave.Whomighthave known?Larryheld,MikeFlores(PresidentofSAatthetime), Sam Sugar,JoeCoughlin,SteveLitner,MikeD'Elia.Theseinfluentialpeopleneverapproachedyou?No.Sue MuarthenasksMichael:Didthesepeopledefinitelyknow? Yes.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober6,1982Page7PresidentoftheSenateSueCastrignoiscalledtothestandbySue Muar andisasked:Defineimpeachment.SuedefinesimpeachmentasaprocessinwhichtheSenatefeelsthereisenoughevidencetogototrial.Thepersonisnotremoved fromoffice.Istheissueathand oneof whether BrianToddcanholdbothpositionsoroneofconstitutionality?Constitutionality.CLOSINGARGUMENTSSue Muar:Duringthetrialseveralpointshavebeenbroughtupasto"Whyshouldn'taSenatorholdbothpositions,andinfacthasn'titbeendonebefore?1IArticle1Section5isthereforareason,thatreasonistoprotectthe studnt body frompossiblecorruptionintheSenate.ItispossibleforaSenatortousebothpositionstohisorherextremeadvantage.Weareallhuman andwillmakemistakes,butnottohaveanyrestrictionsonSenatorswouldbe,touseMr.Munford'swords,injustice.Therehave beeninstancesinthepastwhere aSenatorhasheldtwopositions.Itisafact.Butfailuretoactdoesnotsetaprecedent.Let'smake ananalogy.Ifamancommitsamurderandisnotcaughtandgetsawaywithit,doesthatmeanthatthenextmanwhocommitsamurderisnotinviolationofthelaw?Itdoesnot.Becauseotherswerenotbroughtuponcharges,doesthatmakeBrianTodd anylessguiltyofthechargesbeforehim?Wearenotheretoargueiftheconstitutionneedsamending.Thisisnotthetimeorplacetodiscussthat.ThequestionisifBrianToddisinviolationofArticle1Section5ofthe SA Constitution.Fromtheevidencepresented,thereshouldbenoquestionthatBrianToddisinviolation.RickLee,SAPresident,SueCastrigno, SAVicePresidentandchairoftheSenate,andPhilBrousseau,formerRulesChairhavealltestifiedthatBrianToddisindeedinviolationoftheSAConstitutionArticle1Section5.Whenyoutookofficeyoutookanoath.YousworetoupholdtheSAConstitution.NoneofuslikethefactthatafellowSenatorstandsaccused,butrememberthatitisyourdutytofindtheaccusedBrianToddguiltyascharged.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationOctober6,1982 Page 8PresidentoftheSenateSheldonMunford:TheissuebeforeusisifBrianToddisinviolationoftheconstitutionandisBrianabletoserveBSUandSenate.Weareheretoclarifyit.Sue Muardrewananalogywithmurder.Thisisnotmurder.Mary Roachdeniedthatsheresignedbecauseshewasisviolationoftheconstitution.Itwasbecauseshenolongerwishedtobe asenator.RickLee wasaskedforrecallandhecouldnotbesureofit.SueCastrignocouldnotfullyrecallherconversationwithBrianTodd.PhilBrousseau'sopinionwasthathefeltBrianTodd wasinviolation.PhilknewJoeCoughlinservedon twoseatsanddidnottellanybody.Howcrediblecouldhebe?Theprosecutiontriedanddidonehellofajob.TherewasJ.MichaelBrittoforthedefense.HewasBSUVicePresidentand aSenator.Hehadnoconflict.Hejustabstainedwhenvotingbutvoicedhisopinion.JoeCoughlinalsoservedtwoseatsunderSA.Brian notbesettingforthaprecedent.Mr.WassenaarstatedthatBrianwasnotinconflictorinviolation.FritzMesserefeltthatBrianwasnotinconflict.Wehave shownthatMike,Joeandwhoknowshowmanyotherpeoplehaveheldmorethantwopositions.BrianToddgotushotwater,busshelterinfrontofOneida.HeisanexcellentSenator.Hehasdone a goodjob.PleaseacquitMr.Todd.PeteTassini:TheSenatewillnowdebateinacloseddoorsession.Atenminuterecesswascalled.Senatedecision:BrianToddisacquitted.Meetingadjournedat11:45.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislative 12thMeetingOctober11,1982MinutesMeetingwascalledtoorderat8:10.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandTim Howard Hyde,BillRistoff,MikeSt.Ledger,MikeSattler,JeffWebster,NeilCohen,MaryJeanCavanagh,David Rakowsky, andTonjaConHatzwereabsent.JohnRockwell,SteveChristianandAlanRoggen wereabsentwithaproxy.Quarum wasreducedto12.Quarum wasreducedto7.OUTINGCLUBMichaelRodriguez-PresidentPeterDevine-TreasurerRemainsasisat$326.50byavoteof14y,On, 1pACCOUNTINGSOCIETYJohnFieney-PresidentScottSullivan-TreasurerII$150foreventsisobjectedbyBillSpinelliMotionstoincreaseitto$225.RossMion-Speaksagainstit.$150isenoughforlocalspeakers.Friendlyamendmentmadeto$215.Sue Muarcallsthequestion-passes11y,6n.VMotiontoreducetelephoneto$10byLindaHooMotionfails.Questioncalledfor$15 -passesOfficeSupplies-Motionof$65byBillSpinelliFriendlyamendmentto$60 -accepted-passes11y,4nBottomlineof$295passeslOy,2n.RUSSIANCLUBMaryRoche-PresidentCarolynDietz-TreasurerRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2IIPassesIIIBottomlineof$300 -passesVPassesat$29 Bottomlineof$379passes15y,OnPHILOSOPHYCLUBDebbieVanSise-PresidentTomWall-TreasurerII$150passesIIIMotionfor$315 -passesVPassesat$72 Bottomlineof$537passesIly,InMETEOROLOGYCLUBKarenKowalewsky-PresidentSteveWhite-TreasurerIIPassesat$100IIIPassesat$80 VPassesat$51 Bottomlineof$231passes14y,OnGERMANCLUBIrene PamelaMerriman-TreasurerII$100passesIIIMotionfor$315forfilmMarkContalesat$315 VPassesat$34 Bottomlineof$449passes6y,5nPresidentoftheSenateSPANISHCLUBPamMerriman-PresidentandTreasurerIIMotionfor$75foraSpanishmusicalgroupMotionwithdrawnBrianToddmotionsfor$40forthismusicalgroup.Passes6y,5nIIIMotiontofundat$150byRoss Mion -passesVPassesat$40Bottomlineof$230passeslly,On,OaRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3SUCOSAILINGCLUBVeroPiacentini-PresidentShariPiscitello-TreasurerIIPassesat $197.&0 V Motionfor$5forpostage-passesBottomlineofVpassesat$50 Bottomlineof$247.50passes14y,2nANTHROPOLOGYCLUBAnneBergeron-PresidentRickPotter-TreasurerIIBottomlineof$100forEventsA,B,CFriendlyamendmentbySheldonMunfordfor$125-rejectedFormal amendmenttochangeitto$125-passedQuestionmovedbySue Muar-MotionfailsOriginalamendmentis$100 Formal amendmenttochangeitto$75-passed9y,3n$75bottomlineforEventsA,B,Cpasses8y,OnEventD-Motionfor$35Friendlyamendmentfor$25-acceptedFriendlyamendmentwithdrawnEventDpassesat$35IIIMotiontofundat$0Formal amendmentfor$8Friendlyamendmentfor$4Questioncalledat$4passes7y,InV Motiontomaketelephone$7.50passesMotiontomakepostage$7.60passesBottomlineof$164.10passesat9y,2nO. I.A.A.LaiLam-President TomHerting-TreasurerIIEventA and Cpassesat$75EventBwithdrawnIII$75passesVpassesat$45Bottomlineof$195passes11y,OnPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage 4PEACEANDJUSTICEFORUMTheresaFrazer-PresidentTimothyHoone-TreasurerIIPassesat$200forspeakersEventJpassesat$8EventsM,N,0fundedat$1passes5y,3nEventsQ,R, Sfundedat$35 Motiontofund Tfor$1passes6y,4nIIIMotion madefor$350forfilms-passes6y,InIVpassesat$105 VPassesat$220Bottomlineof$920passes8y,InOSWEGOWILDLIFESOCIETYRobertScarcello-PresidentCherylTompkins-TreasurerIIEventCfundedat$170MotionbyLindaHootofundat$150-passesEventD-passesat$210IIIPassesat$50 V Motiontofundofficesuppliesat$90 Motionwithdrawn.Passesat$110MotiontofundPhotographyat$74Friendlyamendmentfor$100-failsFormal amendmentfor$100 Formal amendmentwithdrawnLindaHoocallsquestion-objectFormal amendmentfor$100LindaHoocallsquestion-fails$74passesBottomlineof$634passes7y,OnVETERANSCLUB KevinBoyce-PresidentRichardReynolds-TreasurerIIEventA Motiontochangepublicityto$50LindaHoocallsquestion-passes5y,4nMotionfor$50forstamps-passesMotionfor$25forsupplies-passesMotionfor$15forphoneMotionwithdrawnRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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'.TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 5 Motionfor$20passesMotionfor$24forofficials RDrmal amendmentfor$80 AmendmentwithdrawnMotiontofund 15officialsfor$6or$90Friendlyamendmentfor$75LindaHoomovesquestion-passesat$75EventApassesat$220EventBmotiontofundat$50-passes8y,OnIIIFilmsfundedat$365 Membershipfundedat$50CarolynWojtkowiczcallsquestion-objectRossMionmovesquestion-passesat$50 Bottomlineof$685passeslOy,OnPresidentoftheSenatePOll SBrianWaddell-PresidentMikeDembrow-TreasurerIIEventspassat$175IIIMotionfor$130TomCastrigno-fundraisetogettherestofthemoneyCarolynWojtkowiczsays$130isa goodstartfortheclub.EricRittercallsquestionMotionfails,standsat$170 VPassesat$110 Bottomlineof$455passeslOy,On,OaMotiontorecallOswegoWildlifeSociety-passesOSWEGOWILDLIFESOCIETYIIMotiontofundEventCat$150 LindaHoocallsquestion-objectionSue Muarcallsquestion-fails4y,5nMotiontofundat$170-passes6y,3nEventDpassesat$210IIIPassesat$50 VPostagepassesat$40Officesuppliespassesat$110Photography-motionfor$75Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage6 Formal amendmentfor$100Friendlyamendmentfor$126.10-passesFriendlyamendmenttochangeitto$75-deniedFormal amendmenttochangeitto$75CraigBenson movesquestion-deniedLindaHooMovesquestion-passes$75at5y,4nBottomlineof$655passes6y,3nMeetingadjournedat12:30Respectfullysubmitted, PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober13,1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrignoMikeJones6.SupremeCourtPeteTassini7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusPPBSenator8.NewBusinessBill199.OldBusinessBill17Bill18Resolution1.410.PetitionofImpeachmentPresidentoftheSenate11..MotiontorescindactionofSenate with OswegoWildlifeSociety.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober13,1982 PETITIONOFIMPEACHMENTName:BrianWaddellPosition:Senator-OffCampusDate:October11,1982Complainant:RulesCommitteeNatureof compaanant: AsperArticle1Section5intheStudentAssociationConstitution:PresidentoftheSenateIINoSenatorshall,duringthetimeforwhichhewaschoosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityoftheStudentAssociationandnopersonholdinganyofficeundertheStudentAssociationshallbe a memberoftheSenateduringhiscontinuanceinoffice.1ISenatorWaddellholdsbothapositionasSenatorandPresidentofPolis,thereforeRulesCommitteebelieveshimtobeindirectviolationofArticle1Section5 andfindnootherrecoursebuttoasktheSenatetoimpeachSenatorWaddell.Respectfully,Sue Muar,RulesChairRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober13,1982MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.Rollcallwastakenand KevinOsborn,CarolynWojtkowicz,WilliamRistoff,Dave Rakowsky wereabsent.MarkContales,BillSpinelliandEricRitterwereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill15beingsponsoredbytheFinanceCommittee,PeteTassiniaddedtoExecutiveReports,andBill16onspecialorders.PresidentoftheSenateTheminuteswereapprovedwithAppointedJamesDingleytoCayugaHallbeingchangedtoJamesDingleyappointedby CayugaHallDormCouncil.Also,"ItlsplainthatIwasinviolation"wasaddedtoSueMuarlsquotefromtheOswegonian.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--FacultyAssemblyisintheprocessofdiscussingtheguidelinesforresourceallocation.Itisthecriteriaforwhichourdepartmentsareevaluated.Wewillvoteagainstitbecauseitshowsthatouradministratorsareforbudgetcuts.-RickLeeisservingontheDanceMarathonselectioncommittee.Thiscommitteewilldecidewhatcharitywillreceivetheproceeds.SueCastrigno--MichelleKleinresignedfromFacultyAssembly.-LindaHooappointedtoRulesCommittee.-Attendancefor each committeeistobereportedtoRulesCommitteeduringSenatemeetingeachweek.-Dr.Hemick wascalledregardingdeadfishinthelagoon.Apparentlytherewas adischargefromSeneca'smanhole.Stepsarebeingtakentoclearthematterup.-Sueexplainedthatifyoucannotinterprettheconstitutionthenyoucannotmake adecision.Youshouldvoteundecided.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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Page 2 TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateKenKirsch--BillSchmidtand MarkDeviroarethe tWDlnew assistantstotheDirectorofFinance.-FritzMesserestatedinhisletterusedinthetrialofBrianToddthatBSUisseparatefromSA.Kenmadeitclearthatitisnotso.-ContingencyAccountstandsat$5,744.18.-AssetsAccountstandsat$3,384.50.-Financerecordsarebeingpreparedsothattheywillbereadytobeaudited.PeteTassini-GoldsteinvsScales-TrialwillbeheldconcerningScalesHallelectionssincetheydecidedtoacceptthecase.COMMITTEESRules-Bill15passed.-PathfinderisrecognizedasaseparatelivingcenterfromSenecabythecollege.AccordingtoArticle1Section2#3oftheconstitutionabuildingmust bedeclaredaseparatelivingcenter30-60daysbeforeanelection.ThiswasnotdoneforPathfinder.RulesCommittee recommendstogivePathfinderaspeakingseat.-BillSpinelliand MarkContaleswereabsentfromRulesmeeting.Finance-Bill15passed.StudentServices-Noformalreport.Elections-Officialslateispostedforelections.-ElectionswillbeheldOctober19thfrom9amto7pminthedininghallsandUnion.-Needpollwatchers.SUNYAffairs-Hashad tworesignationsand welcome anysenatorswhowishtojoin.CommunityRelations-Noformalreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3OffCampus-WorkingonaFallDay.PresidentoftheSenatePPBSenator-ProjectorwhichbrokeisbeingfixedinSyracuse.-WOCRisgivingawayticketsonthedayoftheevent.OLDBUSINESSBillI5-CraigBensonmentionedthatifweborrowsomethingweareresponsibleforit.JeffWebsterfeltthatsincePPBwasnotbudgetedforitandPPBispartofSA,we havenooptions.Billpassed26y,On,Ia.BillI6-M'ike Nemecekfeltthatwecannotdenyanystudenttherighttogo.SueMuarstatedthatwecontribute$20,000toSASUeveryyear.Goingwillteachus alot about whatisgoingon.JeffWebsterfeltthatnoteverybodyknewaboutitandSA'smoneyshouldnotbespent.Billwaspassedbyavoteof20y,5A,Ia.Resolution12-MikeSattlerfeltthatthisresolutiondoesnotbelongintheSenate.CraigBensonfeltthatweneedtobreakupthemeetings.Resolutionwaspassed23y,2n,Oa.ResolutionI3-passesbyvoteofacclamation.Meetingrecessedfor10minutes.Meetingcalledbacktoorderat7:25.MotiontoopenAnthropologyClubbudget-passedANTHROPOLOGYCLUBMotiontoamendEventDto$50bySue Muar. Formal Amendmenttotakeout$10.Formal amendmentdenied7y,IOn. Bottomlineof$185.10passesI9y,In,Ia.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 4 Quarumwasreducedto12.POLISBrianWaddell-PresidentMikeDembrow-TreasurerIIEventspassesat$175.IIIFilmspassesat$170.VPassesat$110.Bottomlineof$455passesat18y,2n,Oa.PresidentoftheSenateSUCOSAILINGCLUBVeroPiacentini-PresidentShariPiscitello-TreasurerIIPassesat$197.50V Motiontochangepostageto$5-passesShariasksformoneyfortransportation.MotionbyMikeSattlerfor$100 Theyrepresentourschool.John Rockwell-We havenobreakdownastowherethemoneyisgoing.Don'tsupportit.LindaHoo-Trytobecome anorganizationsothatyoucanbefundedfortransportation.Motionwithdrawn.Bottomlineat$247.50passes23y,On, Oa.ULTIMATEFRIZBEECLUBDavidMedd-PresidentRalphTowlen-TreasurerIIPassesat$100.VPassesat$114.Bottomlineof$214passesat21y,On, Oa.RUSSIANCLUBMaryRoche-PresidentCarolynDietz-TreasurerSpoketoclubadvisor.RussianDepartmentdeniedanymoneytoclubforthestudentreception.Clubproposestobefunded$201forexchangestudentmeals.John Rockwellmotionstomakeline$0-passes.Sue Muar-Our moneyisforOswegostudentsRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage5 RossMion-Motiontogivethem $25 -failsII$50passesIII$350passesV $29passesBottomlineof$429passes18y,In,Oa.CHEMISTRYCLUBEdwardBrewer-PresidentDanPeters-TreasurerTrytoshow whattheprofessionalworl.dislike.IIPassesat$250.VPassesat$47.Bottomlineof$297passes18y,On, Oa.OSWEGOWILDLIFESOCIETYRobertScarcello-PresidentCherylTompkins-TreasurerIIEventsA and Bfunded$0.EventCpassesat$170.EventDpassesat$210.IIIPassesat$50 VMotiontofundofficesuppliesfor$110 -passesMotionfor$126.10forphotography-passesPassesat$276.10.Bottomlineof$706.10passes21y,On,1a.ECONOMICSCLUBCindyBolt-PresidentSuePotter-TreasurerVPassesat$40.Bottomlineof$40passes17y,In,Oa.PresidentoftheSenateSTUDENTARTEXHIBITIONCOMM.AmyGothard-PresidentToryWysochanski-TreasurerIIEventA MikeSattlermotionstomakeit$150 -passes15y,8n,Oa.IVAmyGothardexplainsthatlastyeartheclubneeded$50Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 6foreachsession.They werefundedonehalf.getalongwith$75foreachsessionsothatisthisyear.NowtheyarebeingfundedonehalfV Motionforartsuppliesat$125 -passesMotiontorescindactionofclosinglineMotionfor$125forlineIV-passesBottomlineof$470passes22y,In,Oa.DELSARTElaurelD'Ambrosio-PresidentIIPassesat$200 VPassesat$71.Bottomlineof$271passesPresidentoftheSenateThey wereabletowhattheyaskedforagain.IVat$187.50-passesWEIGHTTRAININGJohnlalonde-PresidentTonyProvopia-TreasurerIIMotiontochangeto$462.50.Friendlyamendmenttochangeitto$793.93.Questioncalledfor$793.93passes14y,6n,Oa. VPassesat$20 Bottomlineof$813.93passes15y,3n,Oa.HISTORYCLUBBruceRybarczyk-PresidentIIPassesat$100IIIMotionfor$300forfilms-passesVFinanceCommittee recommends $35forofficesupplies-passes.Bottomlineof$435passes17y,In,la.THEGREATlAKEREVIEW'MeloraTurco-President,MargotRusse11-TreasurerIIPassesat$2,230Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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Page 7 TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateV Motionforofficesuppliesto$50byAlanRogger.Formalamendmenttog0to$40-passesMotionfor$22.40foradvertisingSue Muarcallsquestion-passes11y,7n.SheldonMunford makes amotionfor$24forcopyright-Peoplewanttheirworkprotected.SueMuar-Ifpeoplewant acopyrighttheyshouldpayforitthemselves.BrianToddcallsquestion-11y,IOntoreceivecopyright.Bottomlineof$2,241.40passes15y,5n,Oa.VETERANSCLUBKevinBoyce-PresidentRichardReynolds-TreasurerAccounttobefrozenuntilconstitutionisapproved-passesIIPassesat$340.IIIMotionfor$365byBrianWaddell -passesMembershipfeepassedat$50.00Bottomlineof$755passes13y,2n,1a.CRAFTsr1ANCLUBYvonneSpicer-President Richard Johnston-TreasurerIIPassesat$110.VPassesat$90.Bottomlineof$200passes18y,On, Oa.NON-TRADITIONALSTUDENTUNIONJamesBrown-PresidentLorettaBorelli-TreasurerIIPassesat$250.IIIPassesat$260.V Ross Mionmotionsfor$50forpostage.SheldonMunford makesfriendlyamendmentfor$150 -passes.Sue MuarcallsquestionBottomlinestandsat$701 -passes14y,On,1a.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 8PEACEANDJUSTICEFORUMTheresaFrazer-PresidentTimothyHoone-TreasurerIIPassesat$243.IIIFilmspassesat$400.IVPassesat$105.VPassesat$260.Bottomlineof$1008passes19y, On, 2a.PSYCHOLOGYCLUBThomasNettle-PresidentDianaLee-TreasurerIIEventF-Bottomlineof$300passes 9y,6n, la.Bottomlineof$401passeslOy, 4n, la.WRITERSGUILD All linesapprovedasrecommended.Bottomlineof$401passeslOy, 4n, la.COMPUTERSCIENCE jean Winters-PresidentRhondaWeir-TreasurerIIPassesat$75.VPassesat$165.Bottomlinepassesl5y, In, laat$240.PresidentoftheSenatePRE-LAWSOCIETYJimDingley-PresidentSueHilton-TreasurerIIInsteadofpayinghonoriumgivepenswhichare$14.95each.Passesat$125.VPassesat$61.Bottomlineof$186passesl4y,2n.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage9KUNDALINIYOGACLUBIVPassesat$376.32.VPassesat$20.Bottomlineof$396.32passes17y,On, Oa.GEOLOGYCLUBColleenMcGranahan-PresidentBertCorwin-TreasurerIIPassesat$80VPassesat$67Bottomlineof$147passes16y,On, Oa.Meetingadjournedat2:05.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober20,1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRick Lee SueCastrigno6.SupremeCourtPeteTassini7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusPPBSenator8.OldBusinessBill19Bill20Resolution15Bi11.21Bill22PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession ltHh MeetingOctober20,1982MinutesMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.PresidentoftheSenate RollcallwastakenandBillRistoffwasabsent.MarkContalesandCarolynWojtkowiczwereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwiththePetitionofImpeachmentadded,Bill17onspecialorders,Resolution14added,andBill18addedonspecialordersaftertheChairwasoverruled.TheminuteswereapprovedwithPeteTassini'sminutesbeing'changedtoGoldsteinvsScales-TrialwillbeheldconcerningScalesHallselectionssincetheydecidedtoacceptthecase.Also,CommitteeminutesshouldbechangedtoliThecollegerecognizedPathfinderasaseparatelivingcenterfromSeneca.MotiontorescindOswegoWildlifeSociety'sBudgetbyJamesDingley.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--ReadsnotefromLarryHeldexplaininghisinvolvementwithParentsWeekend -MetwithDr.Radley-shesaidthatlastAugustthecollegeadministrationgottogethertofigureouthowmanylineswewouldhave.Targetof940lines.SUNYCentralsaysweshouldhave alineof930.Wenowhave 944linesand 14linesmustbeletgobyDecember1.Dr.Radleywillnotletthemgointhemiddleofthesemester.Dr. Hemicksdivisionisalreadylow.Wecannothireanybodytoplow snowthiswinter.Campuspoliceisonemandown.Hecannotbereplacedthissemester.-Dr.RadleyandSUNYCampuspresidentsdiscussedSUNYoperatingcosts,cuttingenrollment,and a $400tuitionincrease.Itisdifficulttovoiceouropinionsbecausethegovernorisleavingandcannotbeaimedathim.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOctober20,1982 Page 2PresidentoftheSenate-PhilBrousseauexplainedthatRickandhimselfpresentedaproposaltotheBoardofDirectorsfor the newtypewritersinthelibraryforstudentuse.-RenovationofFallbrookshouldbecompletedinNovember.-Allocated$16,000torenovate the hockeyrink.-ApprovedbussheltersproposedbyBrianTodd andLouTaravellalastsemester.-RickreceivedaletterfromDr.Hemick. Theyarelookingforpeopletojoina parking committeetogoovertherulesandregulations.SueCastrigno--KevinOsbornresignedfromSenateandStudentServicesChair.-MikeBalfhasresignedasVicePresidentsassistant-MarkTaylorappointedfromCayuga'sDormCouncil-MarieGalvinAppointedfromOnondaga'sDormCouncil-DeniceGrillagivenspeakerseattoPathfinder-Budgethearingslastweek.Weoverbudgeted.-StudentActionConference.Sue Muar-OnAlbanycampustheyonlyspend$.35forcokeandwepay $.50.Checkingintogettingthepricelowered.Legallyyoucanbeinabarattheageof16.Wouldliketosee2stampsgivenatthetavern-onefordrinkingandtheothertobeabletojustgoinandenjoytheatnosphereifyouarenot19.Mike Nemecek-Lookingtogetintouchwithotherschoolstopullinformationtogether.BillSpinelli-Oswegoisa modelSenate.-Theconferencewasverysuccessful.Itwaswellorganizedandmanyideaswereexchanged.-Dr.RadleywishestomeetwiththeSenateonWednesday,November3,at4:30-5:30forwine andcheese.-Thelagoonhasbeeninspectedandtheyfoundthatthereisasepticsmell,andthataseweroverflowedfromSeneca.Assumingthatdeadfisharebecauseofoverflow.PeteTassini-GoldsteinvsScalesHall-Decisionshouldbeverysoon.MikeJones--Parentsweekendisuptoabout950peoPle.-Therewere 72nominationsfortheWho'sWhoaward. The CommitteewillmeetOctober.28thtopicktherecipients.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOctober20,1982 Page 3PresidentoftheSenate Rules--Bill17passed.-MotionmadetobringimpeachmentbeforeBrianWaddell.-MarkContaleswasabsentattheRulesmeeting.AlsoJeffWebster.Finance--Bill17passed.-BillRistoffandSteveChristianwereabsentattheFinanceMeeting.Elections--TwoseatsareopenforCayuga -Needpollwatchersfortheelctions-ElectionswillbeOctober19thinthedininghallsand Unionbetween9amand7pm-BallotswillbecountedTuesdayafterelections.ResultswillbeannouncedoverWOCR.-TonjaConHatz and NancyGoldfarbwereabsentfromtheElectionsmeeting.SUNYAffairs--MaryJeanCavanagh,EricRitterand NancyGoldfarb present.CommunityRelations--WorkingonaDWIskittobeperformedintheOswego Kigh School-Everyonewaspresentatthemeeting.OffCampus--NoformalreportPPBSenator--RockyHorrorticketswillbeonsalestartingTuesdsyofthatweek.-SpyroGyrawillbeperformingOctober23rd.OLDBUSINESS-Bill17passes27y,On,2a.ThemajorityoftheSenateagreedthatthiscontractfortheAMVarytyperswasgreatlyneeded.Itpaysfor100%labor,scheduledmaintenance,andallparts.-Bill18-Failed6y,19n,2a.Sue Muarfeltthatweshouldnotrewardpeoplebecausetheywillnotshowup.BrianWaddellfeltthattheyarenotshowingupbecausetheyarenotbeingrewarded.BillSpinellisaidthatwhengoingRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOctober20,1982 Page 4PresidentoftheSenatethroughbudgetsmistakesaremade andthisisone.MikeSt.Ledgerfeltthatover500peoplewillbeeffectedisthisbillisnotpassed-Resolution14passesbyavoteofacclamation.IMPEACHMENTOFBRIANWADDELLPetitionisread.CraigBensonmotionstobecensored.FailslOy,14n.PeteTassinitakesoverthechair.TwothirdsoftheSenatemustvotethatthereissufficientcausetogototrial.Ifso,hewillthenbeimpeached.Sue Muar-Lookatthisonitsownmerit.Ourconstitutionhas beenambiguousbutthereisenoughcausetomake' adecision.Movetoavote.11y,13n-BrianWaddellisnotimpeached.MotiontorescindOswegoWildlifeSociety'sbudget.RossMion-Ifwehavetoreopenthisbudgetwewillhavetoopenmanyothers.Voteno . SueMuar-Financerecommended$126.50forphotographyandtheyonlyreceived$75.Theydeservetohavebudgetreopened.BillSpinelli-Thisbody hasalreadyvotedtogivethem$75.Stickwithit.Otherclubswillcomebeforeusifwedon't.Motionpasses15y,lOn,1a.Recessfor10minutes.MikeSattlersubmitsresignationtoSenate.BUDGETQuarumreducedto9.Passes15y,3n.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONOctober 201 1982PSYCHOLOGYCLUBIIPassesat$40forEvents AIBICID IVPassesat$0. V Howard Hyde motions$5fortelephone-passes 9YI 5nOfficesuppliespassesat$41EventF-motiontobefundedat$300byJamesDingleyMaryJeanCavanagh-Westartedtheeventandnowweshouldhelpthemout.Motionfails 6YI 9nBottomlineof$96passes 7YI 6nKUNDALINICLUBIVPasses $376.32 VPasses$20 Bottomlineof$396.32passes 10YI InKARATECLUBIIPassesat$100IVPassesat$936.60VPassesat$35 Bottomline 11YI Inat $11071.60 NON-TRADITIONALSTUDENTSIIEventsfundedat$250 -passesIIIMotionbyNeilCohentofundfor$175 Voteof 6YI5nl 1afailsQuestionfor$260passes 5YI4nl 2aVMotiontofundpostageat$10byCraigBensonFriendlyamendmentfor$75byMaryJeanCavanaghMotioniswithdrawnMotiontofundat$30byJamesDingleyFriendlyamendmentfor$50byTimMimekQuestioniscalledfor$50 -passesBottomlineof$60passes 9YIInl laTHEGREATLAKEREVIEWIIMotionfor$1100byCraigBensonforEventA#1Photographypassesat$15EventB#1passesat$1100EventB#3passesat$15 Bottomlineofeventspassesat$2230Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOctober20,1982 Page 6PresidentoftheSenateV Motionfor$22forofficesuppliesbyCraigBensonFriendlyamendmentfor$40byHowardHydePassesat$40 Bottomlineof$2295passes11y,OnMaryJeanCavanaghmotionstoopenbudget-passesMotionstofundadvertisingfor$22.40CraigBenson -thereareotherefficientwaystoadvertiseandtheyshouldbeused.Motionspasses8y,3nMotionfor$24forcopyrightfails5y,5nBottomlineof$2317.40passes11y,OnMotiontoreducequarumto5-passes8y,3nECONOMICSCLUBIIPassesat $10 V'$30passesforofficesuppliesBottomlineof$40passes6y,On, 1aDELSARTEIIPassesat$200 VOfficesuppliespassesat$78 Bottomlineof$278passes8y,On,OaCHEMISTRYCLUBIIEventspassesat$250 VOfficesuppliespassesat$47 Bottomlineof$297passes8y,On,OaWRITERSGUILDIIEventspassesat$275 Bottomlineof$540passes6Y,On, 1aWEIGHTTRAININGANDFITNESSIIEventspassesat$400-5y,In,2aVOfficesuppliesfundedat$20 Bottomlineof$420passes7y,In,OaCATALINACLUBIIEventsfundedat$540 VOfficeSuppliesfundedat$20 Bottomlineof$560passes8y,On,OaRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOctober20,1982 Page 7FRISBEECLUBIIEventspassesat$100 VGeneralofficesuppliespassesat$114 Bottomlineof$214passes8y,On,OaITALIANCLUBIIEventspassesat$100IIIFilmspassesat$265 VOfficesuppliespassesat$35 Bottomlineof$400passeslOy,In,1aCRAFTSMENCLUBIIEventspassesat$110 VOfficesuppliespassesat$90 Bottomlineof$200passes11y,On,laFRENCHCLUBIIEventspassesat$300 VOfficesuppliespassesat$35 Bottomlinepassesat$335-8y,In,OaSTUDENTARTEXHIBITIONIIEventspassesat$100 Bottomlineof$420passes9y,On,OaOSWEGOWILDLIFESOCIETYIIEventspassesat$380IIIPassesat$50 VOfficesuppliesfundedat$110Photographyfundedat$126.10Bottomlineof$706.10passeslOy,In,1aCOMPUTERSCIENCEASSOCIATIONIIEventsfundedat$75 VOfficesuppliesfundedat$165 Bottomlineof$240passes9y,On, 2aPRELAWSOCIETYIIEventspassesat$100 VPassesat$61 Bottomlineof$161passes7y,On, 1aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOctober20,1982Page 8HISTORYCLUBIIEventsfundedat$100IIIFilmsfundedat$300 VOfficesuppliesfundedat$41 Bottomlineof$441passes8y,32,1aGEOLOGYCLUBIIEventspassesat$80VOfficesuppliespassesat$67Bottomlinepassesat$14712y,On,OaBill20PresidentoftheSenateDealswithfinalallocationofProgramFund.Passed12y,On,OaCraigBenson -y Sue Muar -YJimDingley-y MarkTaylor-y Mike Nemecek -YEricRitter-yTimMimek-YNeil Cohen': y MaryJeanCavanagh -yScottPosner-y Tonya ConHatz -y RossMion yDuringthistimequarum waspresentandallfigureshad beencheckedandapprovedbyAssistantDirectorofFinance,KarenMcCarthy.PeopleabsentduringtheBill20voteincludedLindaHoo, MarkContales,BillSpinelli,Frank Wixted, CarolynWojtkowicz,Howard Hyde,NestorSalaczynskyj,BillRistoff,MikeSt.Ledger,JohnRockwell,JeffWebster,SteveChristian,BrianWaddell,Karen Newhook,BrianTodd,MarieGalvin,NancyGoldfarb,SheldonMunford,andAlanRoggen.Meetingadjournedat12:27.Room205HewittUnionOswego, New York13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession15thMeetingOctober27,1982Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsSueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusPPBSenator7.OldBusinessBill19 -tabledPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversitycollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession15thMeetingOctober27,1982MinutesPresidentoftheSenateThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:10.Rollcallwastakenand MikeSt.Ledgerwasabsent.Also,BillRistoffwasabsentwithaproxy.Theagendawasapprovedwithomissi"onofthePetitionofImpeachment.Bill21andBill22addedtoOldBusinessonspecialorders.TheminuteswereapprovedwithBill22election beingchangedto11-2-82.Electionsbeginat9amand endat7pminLakeside,LittlePage,and Mackindininghalls,Funne11e1obby,Cauygalobby,andHewittUnion.SponsoredbyNancy Goldfarb, LindaHoo, andMarkConta1es.Added wasthisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislationand astipulationthatan Oswegonian ad betakenout.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--OnAugust28,avotersregistrationdrivestartedatSUNYOswego.RickwastoldbyNewYorkStateBoardofElectionsandAlbanyCountyBoardofElectionsthatthefinaldaytomailinvoterregistrationformswasOctober9.OnOctober6,Rickwent downtowntoregisterawomanandwastoldthatthelastdaytoregisterwasOctober4.AlawsuitwasbroughtagainstNewYorkStateduetothedenialofSUNYOswegostudentstofileforabsenteeballots.Apparently,formshadtobereceivedbyOctober9butpostmarkedbyOctober4.Weweregivenmisleadinginformation.JudgePittdecidednottoordertheStateBoardofElectionstoacceptthestudent's350voterregistrationformsduetoalackofprecedence.-ThehiringfreezeimposedonSUNYhasbeenlifted.WewillnothavetogothroughDOBtofilllinesanymore.Lineswillnotbefilledrightaway.WearewaitingforSUNYCentraltotellushowmanylinesweshouldhave.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2October27,1982PresidentoftheSenate-AllSenatorsareexpectedtobehereformeetingstorepresenttheirconstitutants.SueCastrigno--BillRistoffresignedfromhisOffCampusseat.-JeffWebsterresignedOffCampusChair,andFinanceandRulesCommittees.-NeilCohenappointedStudentServicesChair.-WorkingonSenatorsGuidetotheSenate.-ReceptionwithDr.RadleywillbeWednesday,November 3 from4:30to5:30.-TalkedtoMr. Shea fromSyracuseareatelephone.Wearelookingforatapetoplaywhen a phone numberisnolongerworking.Sinceourphonebilldoesnotincludethisservice,itwillbe workedoutfora lowcost.PeteTassini--GoldsteinVSScalesHall-Decisionthatelectionwaslegalandbinding.,-EllemenVSStudentAssociationElectionCommitteeEllemenclaimedthattheSAElectionCommitteewasrunningtheSenatorialElectionsinviolationofArticleI,section11-4oftheStudentAssociationConstitution.CourtruledthatguidelineswereestablishedinBill22ofthe7thLegislativeSession.TheseguidelineswerenotfollowedbytheWaterburyElectionCommittee.COMMITTEESRules-JeffWebster,Mike Nemecek, and MarkContaleswereabsent.-ApprovedBillSchmidtand MarkDeviroasAssistantDirectorsofFinance.-BillSpinelliresigned.Finance-noformalreportStudentServices-aplanforteacherevaluationsisbeingformed.Elections-electionsforSenatorswillbeheldOctober28.-20Senateseatsarenowopen.-Campus-wideelectionswereheld.CongratulationstoScottPosnerandPhilBrousseauforwinningtheSophomore andAt-LargeSeatsontheAuxiliaryServicesRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateOctober27,1982 Page 3 BoardofDirectors,respectively.-TonjaConHatz wasabsent.SUNYAffairs-Noformalreport.CommunityRelations-OWlskitforHSStudentsbeingworkedon.-Wanttohave Lee andLakerHallopenforcommunity.-BrianWaddell andMaryJeanCavanagh wereabsent.-BrianWaddell handedinresignation.OffCampus-Alan Roggen,NestorSalaczynskyj,and MaryJeanCavanagh werepresentatthemeeting.PPBSenator-Movieprojectorisbroken.Anewonewillcostabout$3000 andabout$600canbereceivedforsalvagevalueontheoldprojector.-RockyHorrorticketswillbeonsaleinCheckCashingtheweekbeforetheshow.BrianToddresigned.AppointedBrianToddasnewAdministrativeAssistanttoVicePresident.BrianTodd'snameiseliminatedfromBill19.OLDBUSINESSBill21passesbyavoteof24y,On,1a.Bill22passes24y,2n,1a-Bi11SpinellithoughtthattheDormCouncilsshouldruntheelectionsincethereisnotsufficientfundstoruntheFallandSpringElections.RickLee,AlanRoggen,and Sue MuarallfeltthatitwastheresponsibilityoftheStudentAssociationtoruntheelections.Resolution15-passesbyvoteofacclamation.Therewas amotiononthefloorbyBillSpinellitoaddbeitfurtherresolved theStudentAssociationSenateurges future StudentAssociationSenatestoparticipateinfundingthisevent.JamesDingleyexplainedthatthisresolutionwas only; tocommendthepeoplewhoworkedonParentsWeekend. Motion wasdefeated.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOctober27,1982Page 4Meetingwasadjournedat7:30.Motiontoreconvene-passedPresidentoftheSenateBillSchmidtand MikeDeviroapprovedas Assistant DirectorsofFinance.Meetingadjournedat7:32.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember3,1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator7.OldBusinessBill19 -withdrawnBill23Bill258.NewBusinessBill24Resolution16Resolution17Resolution18PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember3,1982MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03.Rollcallwastakenand HowardHydewasabsent.PresidentoftheSenateTheagendawasapprovedwithRickLeeomittedfromExecutiveReportsandBill19beingtabled.TheminuteswereapprovedwithElectionCommitteereportbeingchangedto20senateseatsareopen.EXECUTIVEREPORTSSueCastrigno--JimDingleyappointedtoRulesCommittee.-EricRitterandSheldonMunfordappointedtoFinanceCommittee.-Thereisa roomrateincreaseinthebudgetforOswegostudents.Oswego,outofalltheliberalartschools,receivedtheleastamountoffunding.-SpoketoCraigTravers,theDirectorofFoodServiceValidationofID'swillbegivenifyoubringadriverslicense,birthcertificate,orsheriff's10to503Culkin.-ThereisacurrentpolicyofFoodServicesayingthatifyouaresickandneedasicktray,you mustgetwhatisrecommendedtoyou.Sue wouldliketogetridofthepolicysothatstudentsmaygetwhatevertheywantonthemenu. Thesenateagrees.COMMITTEESRules-Bill19tabled-MarkContales,andNeilCohenwereabsent-MeetingsareMondaysat4:00Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2 November 3, 1982Finance--Noformalreport-MeetingsareMondaysat4:30.StudentServices--Noformalreport-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30PresidentoftheSenateElections--Electionsare Tuesdayw November 2 from9am7pm.CharterbuseswillberunningtoSyracuseThanksgivingweekend.Ticketsare$6.00roundtrip.BuseswillstopatGreyhound,Amtrack,andSyracuseAirport.TicketswillbeonsaleNov5 November15.SUNYAffairs--EricRitterand NancyGoldfarbwerepresent.-MeetingsareTuesdaysat4:00inHewittUnion-DiscussedSupremeCourtcaseofelectionswhichtookplacelastweek.VioletteRelerinappointedSenatortoOneidabyOneidaHall.CommunityRelations--SkitonOWlprogramisalmostcomplete.-Need 9characterstoplaytherolls.-MeetingsareTuesdaysat6:00inroom 409Hart-Women'sAwarenessWeekwillbepublicizeddowntowntogetthecommunityinvolved.-Everyonewaspresent.OffCampus--OffCampussenatorsarerequiredtoattendOffCampusCouncilmeetingsheldWednesdaysat4:00inroom 213HewittUnion.PPBSenator--Rocky III, RaidersoftheLostArk andPoltergeistwillbe shownintheUnionnextsemester.-Wouldliketohave Unionopenuntil1:00sothatmoreshowingscantakeplaceformovies.ThemeetingofOctober27washeldinOneidaHall.Ross MionfeltthatnothavingitinHewittUnion was ahassel.BillSpinelli,andSteveChristianfeltthatitwas agreatideatohaveitinpeople's livill9 quarters-itgetstheminvolved.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage3 November3,1982PresidentoftheSenateAlan Roggen andJeffWebsteralsofeltthatitwas agreatideabutitshouldbepublicizedandmentionedtheweekbefore.Meetingadjournedat6:40.Res pectfu11ysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember10,1982 Agenda1.Meetingcalledtoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteesRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator7.OldBusinessResolution16Bill248.NewBusinessResolution19Resolution20Bill25PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegOSenate18thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember10.1982MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.Rollcallwastakenandeveryonewaspresent.PresidentoftheSenateAgendaapprovedwithOffCampusCommitteeReporteliminated.OffCampusCouncilisaddedunderCommitteeReports.Bill19iswithdrawn.Bill25isonspecialordersandaddedtothisbillarethenumberofvoteswhicheachsenatorreceived.Resolution16.17.18underNewBusiness.OnBill24allnamesareundersponsoredby.Atthistime.Bill25comestothefloorandpassesbyavoteof24y.On. Oa.Minutesapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--AttendedtheSUNYBoardofTrusteesmeeting where theSUNYbudgetwasbroughtup.Threepointsstudentsconsideredchangingwere:1)Tuitionincreasewas recommendedbychancellorforoutofstatestudents.BoardofTrusteesturneditdown.2)PropositionfromSUNYCentralfor$80perstudentincreaseinrooms.Thisincreasewouldgenerate$5millionforSUNY.3)Raisecaponcommunitycollegetuition.Itwasheld.-November9ththerewillbe aMiss-A-MealinalldininghallstobenefittheUnitedWayofOswego.SignupFridayMondayatdinner.Allstudentsareencouragedtoparticipate.-FacultyAssemblymeeting-Gatheringnamesoffacultytoserveonamediationpanel.Also.thosestudentswhohavenotregisteredforthedraftcannotreceiveFederalAid.Draftresolutionwillbe drawnupRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateagainstit.-AppointedTammyKresstoFacultyAssembly.-CentrobuseswillbeavailableforThanksgivingRecessgoingtoSyracuseAirport,Greyhound BusTerminal,DowntownSyracuseand AmtrakTrainStation.Ticketsare$6.00roundtripandwillbe onsaleNovember 5 November 15intheUnionlobby.JimKellyspokeonAlcoholicsAnonymousmeetingsheldeachSundayat8:30pminroom 217intheUnion.SueCastrigno--InterdormitoryCouncilmetthisweek.Attendencewasminimal.All dormcouncilpresidentsshouldattend.MeetingsareeveryfirstTuesdayofeachmonth.-SenatoroftheMonth. Asenatorwillbepickedeachmonthtoberecognizedfortheirworkdonein tRe senate.-TheSenator'sGuidetotheSenatewasreviewedbySuetothesenate.-OffCampuscommitteewasdissolvedbecauseoflackofparticipation.OffCampusCouncilisnowunderCommitteeReports.-JeffWebsterspoketothenewsenatorsaboutnotbeingaffraidtospeakupforwhattheyfeel.Donotgowiththeflowofthesenate.Makeyourowndecisions.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules--Absentwas JamesDingley.-Bill23fails-Bi1124sponsoredbyRules.-Allsenatorsmustjoinonecommittee-meetingsareheldat4:00onMondaysinroom217.Finance--Noforrna1rep0rt-Meetingsareheld4:30on Mondaysinroom217.StudentServices--Workingonteacherevaluations.-Wanttohave Union openuntil1:00am.Petitionsarebeingcirculated.-Meetingsareheldat5:30onWednesdaysintheUnion.Aections--Congratulationstoallthenewsenators.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage3 November10,1982PresidentoftheSenateSUNYAffairs--MeetingsareTuesdays,4:00intheUnion.CommunityRelations--WorkingonprogramforOWltobeshownintheOswego HighSchool.-MeetingsareTuesdays,7:00inroom 409Hart.OffCampusCouncil--OffCampussenatorsarerequiredtoattend80%ofallmeetings.MeetingsareheldWednesdays,4:00inroom 213Union.PPBSenator--Gettingrepairedampbackina fewweeks.-WorldAccordingtoGarp and RoadWarri0rwillbe shownintheUnionnextsemester.OLDBUSINESSBill23failedbyavoteof3y,22n,2a,1p.MelanieJanowsky,JohnRockwell,SseMuar, NeilCohen,andCraigBensonallfeltthatweshouldallowforexecutivesessions.Ifwedon'thavethesesessionsthemeetingswillbeinformal,itwillresultinchaos,andtherewillbeaninterferenceofinternaloperations. t1ike Nemecekfeltthatitwasunconstitutional.RickLeeaddedthatsomethingsbroughtupinmeetingsare andshouldbeclosed.Heencouragedallstudentstojointheclubororganizationsothattheymaybeabletoparticipate.DuringdebateofBill23Oneida1sSenatorSheldonMunfordwascalledtoorderbytheChair.Therewas a twominute/personlimitondebateandSenatorMunfordextendedhisdebateoverthattwominutes.TheChaircontinuouslycalledhimtoorderandherefusedtoyieldthefloor.TheChairthenlefttheChairandwalkedovertoSheldonMunford andtoldhimhemuststopspeaking.Atthispoint,Mr. Munfordstatedhe wasleavinganddidso.S.APresidentRickLeerequestedthatthe"outrageousmisconduct"ofthissenatorberecordedintheminutes.TherequestwasgrantedbytheChair.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 4 November10,1982 ArollcallvotewastakenforBill23asfollows:PresidentoftheSenateMarkTayler-n JamesDingley-n Sue Muar -fILindaHoo-n MarkContales-nBillSpinelli-nScottPosner-n Mike Nemecek -nCarolynWojtkowicz-nNestorSalaczynskyj-n MikeSt.Leger-a tJohn Rockwell -nBrianWaddell -a Neil Cohen -nMarieGalvin-n NancyGoldfarb-nEricRitter-nCraiqBenson -nA1a n Roggen-yCharletteDrnek -n Mike Coots-n DaveFoley-nJulioGracia-nDonAmmann-nCharlieMitchell-p MikeVottis-y Mike DeLarm -nKeithRafferty-yResolution16tabled .... Resolution17 Mike Nemecekfeltthatracismisaproblemwhicheffectsmankindasawhole.Itisaveryimportantissue.Passesbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution18 -passesbyavoteof acclamattom. Meetingadjournedat8:50.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege at OswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember17,1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder 2. Rollcall 3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.SupremeCourtPeteTassini7.CommitteesRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator8.OldBusinessResolution19Bill24Bill26PresidentoftheSenate 9.NewBusinessBill27Resolution21Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember17,1982MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:00.Rollcallwastakenandeverybodywaspresent.PresidentoftheSenate TheagendawasapprovedwithResolution20addedtoNewBusiness.Resolution16 waswithdrawn.Bill24istabledandonthisbillpart"5"isc han gedt0part"11", "t'O inc1udesectionIIEIItore ad"isomittedand"asfollows"isaddedinitsplace.Mike Nemecek isdroppedasasponsor.Theminuteswereapprovedwith"WorldWarrior"underPPBSenatorchangedto"RoadWarrior".Under OldBusiness,"Mike Nemecekfeltitwasunconstitutional"isaddedunderBill23'ssummary.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--LastweekRickrequestedfrom 19organizationsofSAtosubmitproblemsandthingstheyhavedonesofarthissemester.Heistryingtoimprovecommunicationwiththedifferentorganizations.Feedbacksofarhasbeensatisfactory.-MetwithDr.Spencerand wasinformedthattheForeignStudentCounselorhasresigned.Rickwasassuredthattherewillbesomeonetheretohelpthestudentsiftheyneedit.-Thereisa rumorthatseveralComputerScienceteachershasresigned.Therewerenoresignationsreceived.-Calendarfornextacademicyearisbeinglookedat.Wanttoshortenwinterrecessbya week andpushgraduationbackaweek.-MetwithDr.Hemink anddiscussedthechemicalfirewhichoccurredinSnyggonNovember3.Therewas aproblemwithventilatidn.Collegeadministrationislookingintowaystocorrectthisproblem.Thereisapossibilityofbuildingavent.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2 November 17, 1982PresidentoftheSenate .-November11December11hasbeendeclaredStudentMonthattheFoodCo-op.A9%discountonallfood(exceptbeer)purchased.Itislocatedon West1stHoursare MTW, 9:306:00,THF, 9:308:00,Sat., 9:306:00, and Sunday10:00-3:00.-Karen Newhook, Kevin Osborn, and SueCastrignowereappointedtotheAthleticAdvisoryCommittee.-Overthepastfew weekstherehasbeenaproblemwiththeSenate.Theproblemisthatpersonalitiesarebeingbroughtintotheroom.Individualsbringinconflictswithothersenators.Thepurposeofasenatoristoservethestudent mody andlookatissuesfromallsides.Senatorsshouldasktobeputonthespeakerslistinsteadofcallingpointsofinformation.Whenaquestionisbeingcalleddon'tmoveit.Thiscutspeopleofffromspeaking.andsayingwhattheywanttosay.SueCastrigno--ChrisHuddlesonresignedasElectionsChair.-SpokewithCraig Traub, DirectorofFoodServices,andheexpectstohavethecomputersindininghallsnextsemester.-New mealcardsaremulti-yearcardswhichshouldlastfouryears.Thereisareplacementfeeof$10.-Matterofsicktrayswasbroughttohisattention.HewillcontactResidenceLifeandHousingandgetbacktoSue.-ContactedMr.Shawregardingrecordingontelephone.Duetoabouta $20increasein rates, theSenatethoughtthatweshouldkeeptheoldcontractanddoawaywiththerecording.-TheconductoftheSenatewillberecordedintheminutes.ASenatormaybeexpelled.-SenatorsshouldlearnthebasicsofRobertsRulessothatmeetingswillrunsmoother.MikeSt.Legerfeltthatthestudentswerebeingrippedoffpaying$10foranewmealcardandsuggeststhatSuelookintogettingthepricelowered.Sueagrees.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3 November17,1982 COMtUTTEES PresidentoftheSenateRules--AbsentwereNeilCohen,ChrisHuddleson,and Mike Nemecek.-TalkedaboutchangingPart"5"topart"11"onBill24.Finance--SheldonMunford wasabsent.-Intheprocessofcallinguporganizationstoseeiftheyhave anyproblems.Ifso.theywillhelpthem.-MeetingsareMondays,4:30inroom 217HewittUnion.StudentServices--CarolynWojtkowiczwasabsent.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.-Suggeststhatthereshouldbe afeaturearticleintheOswegonianexplainingthepurposeofAuxiliaryServices.-Asubcommitteewasestablishedtohelpwithteacherevaluations.Non-senatorsareonit.-Proposeda12:40Centrobus.Ifitgoesthrough,itwillnotberunninguntilnextsemester.-Subcommitteeswereestablishedtocallonorganizationstoseeiftheyneed anyhelp.SUNYAffairs--Noformalreport.CommunityRelations--Noformalreport.OffCampusCouncil--Attendencehasbeenpicking up atmeetings.-ArtSorensonresignedasPresident.-AstudyisinprocessforthepossibilityofgettingwashersanddryersintheUnion.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:00inroom 214Union.Thereismandatoryattendence. PPS Senator--"IOughttobeinPictures"wascancelledonDec.10.NEW BUSINESS Resolution19--After.alongdebate,theresolutionwastabledbyavoteof21y.7n.1a.SomeoftheSenatorsfeelingstowardRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 4 November17,1982PresidentoftheSenatethisresolutionwereasfollows:SueMuar-Thisissuehasbeendealtwithbefore.Otherresolutionshavepassedbutitfailedtohelpthematter.Wouldliketoseeittabled.JeffWebster-Thisresolutionisafterpolicytookeffect.Encouragetovoteforresolution.Nancy ijoldfarb--15 instructionaldaysisnotenoughtimesinceastudentusuallybasnotbeentestedyet.MikeNemecek-Sincenewfreshmenandtransfershavenotspokenonthisissueyetheurgestheresolutiontobepassed.JimDinley-ShowFacultyAssemblythatwestillcare.Passit.JohnRockwell-WeshouldreiteratewithFacultyAssemblythfactthatwearestillagainstthe15daydropperiod.BillSpinelli-Theschoolwouldloosefundingifthedropperiodwasextended.Moststudentswithdrawbecausetheyarefailing.Advisementshouldbeimprovedsostudentsknow what theyaregettinginto.Classsyllabusshouldbeonfileinthelibrarysothatstudentsknowwhattheclassisabout.Failit.Resolution20--Passesbyavoteofacclamation.Meetingadjournedat7:25.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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1,. SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession19thMeet ingDecember1.1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Ro11ca113.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteesRules i FinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator7.OldBusinessBill27Resolution198.NewBusinessBi1128Resolution22Resolution23Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember1,1982MinutesThe wascalledtoorderat6:06inCayugaHall.RollcallwastakenandNestorSalaczynskyjwasabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithResolution21addedtoNewBusiness,PeteTassiniaddedunderSupremeCourt,Bill26withdrawn,andBill24andResolution19takenoffthetable.Also,onResolution19,"orthecriteriaof"time"beeliminatedcompletelyfordroppingacourse"isomitted.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSPresidentoftheSenateRickLee--RickisservingontheOswegoStateDanceMarathonCommittee.They have cometotheconclusionthattheHeartClubandFARNHAMYouthDevelopmentCenterwillreceivetheproceeds.-Typewriterswillbeavailableforuseinthelibraryina fewdays.-OnDecember4,thedrinkingagewillberaisedto19.The Boardislookingintowaysoflettingstudentsundertheageof19intothetavern.-LastSaturdayattended BoardofDirectorsmeetinginAlbany.Dealtwithstaffingandrecruitingnewmembers. SueCastrigno--LindaHooandCharlieMitchellareco-chairpersonsoftheElectionsCommittee.-AcalendarhasbeeninstalledintheSAoffice.Feelfreetowriteineventsthatwillbehappening.-Anacademiccalendarcommitteeisinterestedingettingbacktogetheriftherearesome goodsolidideas.Itdecidesthecalendaryearschedule.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2 December It 1982-CraigTraubwillget back toSueregardingthesicktrays.Itlooksasifthecurrentsystemwillbedropped.-ABCisworkingonthealcoholagechange.Adraftisinworkingtotellabouthowtheagechangewilleffectstudents.-AthleticAdvisoryCommitteemet andgavetheMen'sVolleyballteamtemporaryclubstatus.PresidentoftheSenatePeteTassini--ApprovedconstitutionsfortwoneworganizationsBoxingandSkiing. carmI TTEESRules--MeetingsareMondaysat4:00inroom 217HewittUnion.-Bill26failed-SubmittedBill27-LindaHoowasabsent.Finance-MeetingsareMondaysat4:30inroom 217HewittUnion.-Linda Hoot Bill Spinellit SheldonMunford andSteveChristianwereabsent.StudentServices--MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.-Asubcommitteehasbeenestablishedforclubadvisory.Clubsandorganizationswillbesplitintosixcategories.Wishto statt contacts.JimDingleyisthechair.-Teacherevaluationsubcommittee-JohnRockwellchair.-PetitionsareincirculatianforhavingHewittUnionopenuntil1:00.Elections-Noformalreport.SUNYAffairs--Discussedcontactingotherschoolstofindoutwhentheiradd/dropdateis.-Contactingotherschoolstoseewhattheiracademiccalendarlooks1ike.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3 December 1, 1982PresidentoftheSenateCommunityRelations-WillhaveskitwithlocalhighschoolonOWl.Willshowtheproblemswhengettingcaughtalongwithshowingwhathappensifyoukillsomeone.OffCampusCouncil-Noformalreport.PPBSenator-UndergoingfillingopeningsinPPBoffices.-ThereareproblemsintheHewittUnionBallroomwithsoundformovies.-liMyFavoriteYearllwillbeshownnextsemester.Bill24failedbyavoteoflOy, 17n, 4a.SheldonMunfordstatedthateachsenatorhaddifficultywiththeword1I0fficellduringtheBrianToddtrial.Thisbillwilltellexactlywhatitmeans.CraigBenson-Thisbillwillmakeitclearsothatthereisnoambiguity.Sue Muar-Anofficerofaclubshouldnotbe asenator.Itisnotarestriction.JeffWebster-Reasonforthisbillistokeepconflictofinterestoutofthesenate. Just,because youarenotasenatordoesnotmeanthattherewillnotbeanyconflictofinterest.JimDingley-Asa memberofRulesCommitteehefeltthatitwasnottalkedaboutenough.MikeNemecek-Thisbillisveryrestrictive.Itwillpreventpeoplefromgettinginvolved.RickLee-Talkedtothreeothercollegesandreceivedthefollowinginformation:Albany-canbe asenatorandofficeratthesametime.They havenoproblemswithconflictofinterest.Thereareatleastfivepeoplewhoarebothandtheyarethemostactive.Binghamton-Canholdbothpositionsandtheyhavenoproblems.BuffaloState-EncouragesofficersofclubsandorganizationstojointheSenate.Allthreecollegeshavenoconflictofinterest.Outofdecencythesenatorsabstainfromvotingduringbudgettime.Notbeingabletoholdbothpositionsrestrictsthemembers whichcanjointhesenate.AlanRoggen-Mainissueisconflictofinterest.Asenatorshouldnotbesanctionedbutheshouldnotbeabletovoteonbudgets.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 4 December1,1982PresidentoftheSenateScottPosner-Thisbillisadefinition.Itclarifieswhatwasambiguous.MarkTayler-Shouldnotlimitstudentstowhattheycanparticipatein.BillSpinelli-Feelsthattherearemanysafeguardstopreventconflictofinterestinthesenate.DaveMcNally-Shouldbepassedjusttodefinewhatofficeis.Resolution19--Tabledbyavoteof19y,6n,Oa.Resolution21-Passesbyavoteofacclamation.PeteTassiniwasawardedtheOutstandingAchievementAward.Meetingadjournedat7:40.Respectfullysubmitted,JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember8.1982 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.GuestspeakerJimTierney6.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno7.SupremeCourtPeteTassini8.CommitteesRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator9.OldBusinessBill28Resolution1910.NewBusinessBill29Resolution25Bill31Resolution26Bill32Bill33 Res01uti0 205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember 8, 1982 nutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04.RollcallwastakenandCraig Rensnn wasabsent.Also St.Leger,BrianWaddell,and Cantaleswereabsentwithaproxy.Theagendawasapprovedasis.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--ReceivedanotefromtheAlcoholicBeverageCommitteeregardingthedrinkingageof19.Studentswillbeheldresponsibleforpeopledrinkingundertheageof19inapartmentsandresigentshalls.-NextSpringandFallSASUhasopeningsfororganizingandlegislatinginternships. ., Peel d1etterfromC han cell0r W h art 0nregardingthereleaseofDOBmoney. -ReadletterfromPresident P.adley regardingthelettershesenttoPresidentReaganonthesupportoftheefforttoreducenuclearweapons.SueCastrigno--SueFrenchresignedasAdministrativeAid. -Spoke toChuck Weaksregardingthesicktraypolicyandwasinformedthatitwasdropped.Theemployeesofthedininghallwillbefillingthetrays.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules--Noformalreport.PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage 2 December8.1982Finance--NoformalreportStudentServices--JimDingleyisheadoftheClubAdvisoryCommittee.AnySenatorthatisa memberofaclubororganization.pleaseseehimaboutbeingaSenaterepresentative.Elections--Noformalreport SUNY Affairs--Intheprocessofgatheringinformationonad/dropdatesfromotherschools. Community Relations--NoformalreportPresidentoftheSenateOffCampusCouncil--Thanksgivingcharterservice worked outverywell.IfstudentswishtohavebusesforSpringBreak.etc.theywillbernorethan \'1 i11ingtohavethem.PPB--Thereare10newmembers onthePPBCouncil.-"IOughttobeinPictures"iscancelledon December10.-Ain'tMisbehaviniscomingnextsemester.CharlieMitchellisappointedto Committee.OLD BUSINESSBill 27passedbyavoteof28y.On.3a.NeilCohenstatedthatthereisnothingintheconstitutionthatsaysthis.RecommendedthatDormCouncilsgetalistofproxiestofillpositions.Mike Nemecekaddedthatsinceaproxyholdsthesameresponsibilities.-theyshouldbeunderthesamerulesandregulations.Resolution22passesbyavoteof22y.3n.2a.1p.DaveFoleyexplainedthatnuclearpowerisveryserious.Itwouldservetheinterestofstudentsandpeopleinthearea.Otheraccidentswereseriousandmaykillpeople.Theplantsmustbesafe.SueMuar-PeopleinSenecafeltthatothermethodsshouldnotbeopposed.NuclearPowerishereandweshouldworktomakeitbetter.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPage 3 December8,1982PresidentoftheSenateRickLee-FriendlyamendmenttofurtherresolvethattheStudentAssociationSenateurgestheUSGovernmenttoencouragethedevelopmentofsolarpower whichincludeswind,geothermal,biomassandactiveandpassivesolarenergy.Itwasaccepted.Itwilltakeonlyone meltdowntokillthousands.ItalmosthappenedtwiceinNewYorkStatealready.CarolynWojtkowicz-Friendlyamendmenttolastwhereas:Concernedwiththepossibilityofallhealthrelatedramificationsanddeathas aresultofanuclearaccident-accepted.CharlieMitchell-SecondbeitresolvedshouldbetakenoutbecausetheSenateshouldnotopposepresentmethods.Weshouldworkwithittotrytoimproveit.JeffWebster-Secondbeitresolvedshouldbetakenout.Whoarewetosaypresentmethodsarewrong.Wedonotknowenoughaboutthem.MikeVottis-Hisformalamendment wasacceptedchangingthesecondbeitresolvedto-BeitfurtherresolvedthatthisSenatequestionsthepresentmethodsofNuclearPowerGenerationanditsnecessityandsafety.A twominutelimitwassetforeachspeaker.JimDingley-feltthatweshouldtabletheresolutionsincewedonotknowenoughaboutthesubject.AfterthevotewastakenJulioGraciafeltthattheSenateshouldvisitanuclearpowerplant.Thiswaywecouldpersonallygetinvolved.Sue Muarfeltthatresolutionsshouldbeinthepacketformorethanoneweek.Theyareimportantandtheyshouldbediscussedwithconstitutants.Mike NemecekagreedwithJulioGraciaandsaid that theSUNYAffairscommitteewouldlookintotakingthetrip.Resolution23passedbyavoteofacclamation.Mike Nottis explainedthatmanystudentsfeelitisinneed.PetitionswhichwerecirculatedwillgotoAuxiliaryServices.Thebuseswillencouragepeopletosupportsports.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage 4 December 8, 1982BillSpinelli-Feltthatthecampusisinneedofa busonSaturday's.Itisawellneededservice.PresidentoftheSenateDaveMcNalleyaskediftherewouldbe aChristmasbusruntoSyracuseforshoppingthisyear.Rick Leesaidthattherewasnotenoughneedforonebutinthefutureifthereisa need, theStudentAssociationwould behappytofundthemoney.Meetingadjournedat7:50.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateuniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary2,1983Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.SupremeCourtPeteTassini7.CommitteesRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator8.OldBusinessBill28Bill29Resolution199. New 3usinessBill35Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateuniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary2,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:05.TherollcallwastakenandLindaHoo,BrianWaddell,andSheldonMunfordwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill31,32,and 33onspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedas is. GUESTSPEAKERPresidentoftheSenateJimTierney-PresidentofSASUexplainedthingsthathavebeengoingononthefederalandstatelevelthatwouldaffectusasstudents.-WearefacedwiththeworstSUNYbudgetever.-Wishtoraiseroomrent$80,outofstatetuition$1,400.putonenrollmentcaps.-Theroomrentincreaseisupabout6%overinflation.SASUgotthemtoholdoffontheincreases.-Stateprovidesonlyabout72%ofthecoststoruntheschool.-RonaldReaganhasproposedeliminationof3outof5financialaidprograms.-Asofnow,tuitionand roomrentincreaseshave beenheldback.Thereisabattleofthebudget.Wemustyellout.SASUisworkingwithMario Cuomo. Heislookingformoneyforus.Statebudgetlooksbadbecauseofthepossibilityofa onebilliondollardeficitbyApril1.Therewillbecutsoneverycampus.-HigherEducationLoanProgram(HELPSProgram)willcost43millionoverthenextsixyears.Onlyhelpprivateschoolsandstudentswhosefamilyincomeisover$50,000ayear.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2February 2. 1983PresidentoftheSenate-D'Amatovotes9/10timesagainsthelpingstudents.-Househasvotedtokeepappropriationsatsamelevelaslastyear.Noprogramsweredropped.RickLee----WelcomedDr.BlissertfromFacultyAssemblyasasenator.-ThankedJimTierney-WishedalloftheleavingSenatorsgoodluck.SueCastrigno--ThankedJim Tierney -CongratulatedJeffCarrandPeteTassiniforwinningtheOutstandingAchievementAward.-ThereisaproblemwithattendanceatInterdormityCouncil.TheCouncilwillbespbnsoringa campuswidedancethissemester.-Novembersematorofthemonth was Mike Nemecek. DecembersenatorofthemonthwasJulioGracia.PeteTassini-CaseofSorensonvsOswegonianacceptedon December6th.Anhourlateriswasdismissed. COMMITTEES Rules--NeilCohenwasabsent.-Bill31passed.-Bill32passed.Finance-CraigBenson andEricRitterwerepresent.StudentServices--JohnRockwerlisworkingonteacherevaluations.E1ections-Noform a1rep0rtSUNYAffairs--Workingontriptonuclearplant.Notoursareavailabletothepublicbutthereisaslide show.program. andquestionandanswerperiod.CommunityRelations--Noformalreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3February2,1983PPB--Cinevisionshasanewpublicitycommittee.-Noformalp1 an sforcon ce r ts-Oldprojectorsareback.PresidentoftheSenateBill31--CraigBensonstatedthattheWomen1sRugbyTeamwouldnotbeabletoattendtheirawayscheduledgamesiftheydidnotreceivethe$460.50.Thebillpassedbyavoteof26y,In,1a.Bill32--Bi11Spinellifeltthatcampaigningforfourweeks was muchtoolong.DormCouncilsweregettingfrustratedwith the candidates.John feltthatbykeepingthecampaigninglengthatfourweeksthecandidates wOlil1d beabletomeet morepeople.CharlieMitchellexplainedthatfourweeks werenecessary one weektogetorganized,oneweekfordebates,and two weekstogetaroundcampus.Thedatesonthebillwerechangedpushingeverythingbackaweek.Thebillpassedbyavoteof20y,3n,2a.Bill33--JohnRockwellfeltthattheOswegonianmightbeabletoprinttheLegal Right's bookletwhichwouldhelpthestudentstobeawareoftheirlegalrights.Billpassedbyavoteof23y,In,3a.Bill34--Tab1ed.Resolution24--RickLeestatedthattheOswego Coopisavaluableserviceforthestudents.DaveFoleysaidthatthepriceswerecheapanditcontainsotherproductsnotfoundinotherstores.Passesbyavoteof21y,In,Oa.Resolution25--MikeNemecekstatedthatstudentsshouldnotbedeniedaccesstohighereducation.andthoughtthatitshouldbepassedbyavoteofacclamation.RickRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 4February 2, 1983PresidentoftheSenate,.Leesaidthatitputsan undueburdononthecollegeadministrators.DaveFoleyfeltthatit 1mpedesthe educationalprocessofstudents.Howard Hydesaidthatitisdiscriminatoryandisaimedatmaleminorities.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary9,1983Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.SupremeCourtPeteTassini7.CommitteesRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator8.OldBusinessBill28Bill29Bill35Bi1136Resolution199.NewBusinessResolution27Bill37Bill38Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATION Office of tl.e'V;ce-pre"iJent StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary9.1983MinutesMeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03.Rollcallwastakenand MikeSt.Legerwasabsent.AgendaapprovedwithBill28tabledbysponsor.Bill29tabledbyRulesandFinance.andResolution19tabled.Minutesapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSPresidentoftheSenateRickLee--Welcomeseverybodyback.-AttherecentgeneralfacultymeetingtalkedabouttheGovernor'sproposal-Therewillprobablybea $250tuitionincreaseperyearwhichwillgenerate$39.1million.$150 room andboardincreasewhichwillgenerate$3.3million.and a $25computerfeegenerating $3.9 million.-February26.27.29willbetheSASULegislativeConferenceinAlbany.Allareurgedtogo.-Receivedaletterfrom Dr.Wassenaarregardingvandalismoncampus.Itwasdown33%andallarecommendedfortheircooperation.SteveWagner--CutsfromSUNYwerenotasurprisebuttheirseveritywas.SASUwasexpectingsmallcutsin andlargetuitionincreases.-TofightthelegislationitwillrequirecooperationbetweenthefacultyandSUNY.-When afacultymemberretiresonlyoneoutofeverythreewillbereplaced.-Avoluntaryretirementprogramwillbeinstituted.-HospitaloperationsgetpreferencewiththebudgetandithurtsotherpartsofSUNY.25%ofthebudgetgoesto3%ofthestudents.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2February9,1983PresidentoftheSenate -March 31-Collegemustsubmitwhowillbelayedoff.-Studentstandstoloseinthisbudget.Facultyarenotalone.Weneedtoform acoalition.-Atleticsfee-ClaimathleticsareunderfundedbySA.Aresolutionwaspassedthataseparatefeebechargedonbill.Notsubjecttostudentcontrolorfinancialaid.-ComminaryofDamagefee-eachstudentwillbe charged$50Anydamageinthe dormwi11 betakenoutofthismoney.Money 'left overattheendoftheacademicyearwillbereturnedtothestudents.-SUNYisatrecordlevelsofenrollmentbecauseitisaccessable.Closinginstitutionswouldputcapsonotherscausingstudentswhowouldnormallybeaccepted,nottobe.-SUNYisaninvestmentinthestatesfuture.-SUNYisnotapriority.-Facultymayaskforhighertuitionsotheymaystay.SteveCox--ExecutiveBoardmeetsnextweekend andwilldecidewhatdirectionandactiontotake.-Possiblesolutionstobudget:Self-sufficiency-Statewillstoppayingfordorm.Theynowpay 75-80%. Inturnstudentsgetcompletecontrolofthedorm.-Hospitaloperations-donotservefunctionstoabout96%ofus.Payforthem somewhereelseanditwouldsaveabout$5million. increaseintaxeswillraise$1.8billion.-Closeacampus.SueCastrigno--IntroducedBill36.-AppointedKaraYoungandBethBuckustoOffcampus,Ken Steele toOnondaga,JanineFraniertoJohnson,and PaulAtkinsontoRiggs.-Welcomedeverybodyback.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3February 9s 1983PresidentoftheSenate-StudentServiceschairisopen.-Men'sVolleyballgamesareFebruary 23s March 15s and20heldinSwetman.COMMITTEESRules--NestorSalaczynskyjand JimDingleyresigned.-Bill29tabled-Bill28passed.Finance--MeetingsareMondaysat4:30inroom 217HewittUnion.-Bill29tabled.StudentServices--Noformalreport.Elections--PetitionsavailableFebruary3 anddueFebruary14.SUNYAffairs--ExpressinterestsinvisitingnuclearpowerplanttoMike Nemecek.-MeetingsareTuesdaysat4:00inHewittUnion.CommunityRelations--New fflembers welcomed.OffCampusCouncil--Repseatsareopen.-Meetingsare4:00inUnion.-Members mustattend80%ofallmeetings-Ifthereisanincreaseindormratestherewillbe anincreaseinoffcampuslivingalso.Bill28wastabledBill29wastabledResolution19 wastabled.PeteTassini-Munfordvs Oswegonian wasaccepted.Overbreakthedecisionwasreversed.-EvansvsSA-refusedtoacceptcase.ScottPosner--PhonathontobeheldFebruary28togetfundsforAlumniAssociation.LastsuntilMarch8.Freemeals.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPage 4February9,1983PresidentoftheSenateMr.Wassenaar--Vandalismrecordofthisthatweappreciatebeinghere.sometryingtimesaheadofussticktogethertofight.institutionshowsWeareinforandwemustallMeetingadjournedat7:30.Respectfullysubmitted,JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary16,1983 Agenda1.Meetingcalledtoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.SupremeCourtPeteTassini7CommitteesRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator8.OldBusinessBill29Resolution199.NewBusinessResolution28Resolution29Bill39Resolution30PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary16.1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:08.Rollcallwastakenandeveryonewaspresent.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill37onspecialorders,Bill29offthetable,and JimDingley'sname removed fromBill37.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSPresidentoftheSenateRickLee--Administrationwentovercuts which areplanned.Oswegowillsubmit100cutstoSUNYCentralinsteadoftheproposed111.SUNYCentralwillthencomebacktous andforceustomakethecutsortheywillmakethecutsthemselves.-Therewillbenodroppingofwholedepartments.CutswillbefromBusiness,Communications,IndustrialArts,Music,PhysicsandSecondaryEducationandalsoVocationalTechnicalTraining.-TheMensandWoman1sPhysicalEducationDepartmentwillbecombinedtobecometheDepartmentofRecreationandAthletics.Staffwilldropfrom20to10.Therewillbenomoreactivitiesforcredit.The isthattherewillbenodamagetovarsitysports.Thisisquestionable.-Hea1th-Sciencecourseswillnotbe0fferedforgeneraleducation.OnlytoEducation Majors. -Sixstaffpositionsinthelibrarywillbecut.-LearningResourceCenterwillbesignificantlycutbackwhichwilllimitaccess. -Mary WalkerHealthCenterandOSPwillbeaffected.-Cutbacksincustodialandmaintenanceindorms andbuildings.-Professionalstaffindormswillbecutback.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2 Feb ruary16,1 983PresidentoftheSenate-Thesecutsarecontingentonthegovernorchanginghisbudget.-Apetitiondrivewillbestarted forlesserincreasesandlowerreductionoflines.-2/15--2/16Letterwritingcampaign.Eachstudentshouldwritealetteratleastonce.Getyourparentstoalsowriteletters.Committeesarebeingformedineachdorm.-February25,26,27therewillbe aLegislativeConference in Albany. All arewelcometoattend.Costwillbeabout$20fortheweekendwhichincludesallmeals.-Facultyandadministrationaroundthestatehavepledgedtheirsupport.-MoneyusedforhealthcarefromSUNYbudgetshouldnotbeusedforthisreason.Itshouldstrictlybeusedforeducation.-Managementflexibilityofmoney.Ifwedonotuseallofthemoneyinthebudgetweshouldgettokeepit.Thereisnoincentivetosave.-Weshouldprocessourownvouchers.WhentheyaresenttoAlbanyitcostsabout$32.Ifwedidthemourselvesitwouldcostabout$4.SueCastrigno--JimDingleyandEricRitterappointedtoStudentServicesCo-chair.-PaulAtkinsonappointedtoRulesCommittee.-BethBackusappointedtoFinanceCommittee.-InterdormitoryCouncilmetFebruary8.OnMarch12theywillsponsoraSt.Patrick'sDayAffair.Talked about theupcomingelections.Ineachdormtherewillbe a meetthecandidatesnight.-Bill appointedAdministrativeAid.COMMITTEESRules--Bill29failed.RationalbeingthatclubsshouldcomebeforetheSenateintheFall.-Bill35passedbutthecommitteefeltthatthereshouldnotbeanopenendedamount.Recommend a $25ceiling.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3February16,1983PresidentoftheSenateFinance--BillSpinelliwasabsent.-Bill29failedforthesamereasonsitfailedinRules.StudentServices--Noformalreport.Elections--Springelectionsarebeingadvertisedtogetpeopletovote.-JeffWebster,KeithRafferty,and Dave McNallywereabsent.SUNYAffairs--MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:00inHewittUnion.-Encourageseverybodytowritelettersandsignpetitions.CommunityRelations--WritinglettertoOswegocommunity.Wewanttheirinputandideas.-PASwastesite.Working onresolutionstatingourconcern.-JeffCarrwillmakeweeklyPRreleasesabouttheSenate.-MeetingsareThursdaysat7:00.Allwelcome.OCC--Noformalreport.PPB--JimDingleyelectedPPBSenator.-Noformalreport.Bill28--ThefirstquestionthattheSenatehadtodealwithwasthatof"DoestheSenatehavethepowertomake thisamendmentalone?"The re was mi xe dfee1ingsfromtheSenatorsonthisquestion.Manyfeltthatthestudentsshouldnotvoteonitbecausetheywouldnotbeeducated.OthersfeltthatitwastheresponsibilityoftheSenatorstogoandeducatethem.Therewasavoteof20y,9n,OainfavorofhavingonlytheSenatevoteontheamendment.ScottPosnerfeltthattheamendment wouldeliminateambiguities.MarkCantalessaidthata goodworkingorganizationshouldbebasedontrustandthereforeapersonholdingtwoofficesshouldabstainfromvotingduringthe CharlieMitchellsaidthataperson who workedhardinanorganizationwouldalsoworkhardintheSenate.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 4February16,1983PresidentoftheSenateMarkTaylerfeltthatifthisbilldidnotpassitwouldblockpeoplefromgettinginvolved.Thebillpassedbyavoteof21y,7n,Oa.Bill29--EricRittersaidthattheBoxingClubhasalotofenthusiasmandiftheydon'tgettheequipmenttheinterestwouldbelost.BillWeggmann,VicePresidentoftheBoxingClub,saidtheequipmentisneededforprotectionandiftheycan'tspartheinterestfortheclubwillbelost.MikeMurrayaddedthatworkingwithoneheadsetisdangerous.Theyareonlyaskingforasmallamountofmoney.CraigBensonfeltthattheContingencyAccountshouldonlybeusedforshortfallsofclubsforobligationswemadetothem.Sue Muarsaidtheyshouldhave afundraiser.Billpassedbyavoteof18y,9n,1a.Bill35--JimEvanssaidthatOCAcannotprogramadequatelywitha $10stipulationonperformerfees.AlanBelkinaddedthatotherSUNYschoolshavehigherperformerfees.Theperformersworkhardanddeservetobepaidhigher.Sue Muarproposedaformalamendmentofhavinga $25stipulation.Kara Youngfeltthatthestipulationwastoolow andthatOCAisresponsibleenoughtojudgethemanagementoftheirmoney.WendyGrifkaaddedthat(;$25 wouldeliminateoutoftownperformers.The amendmentfailed.Thebillpassedbyavoteof23y,2a.Bill36--MoneywasgivenbytheUndergraduateAlumniAssociationforpostagefortheletterwritingcampaign.AstipulationwasaddedthattheUAAbeallowedtoreadthelettersbeforetheweresentoutandalsothattheywerementionedintheletter.Thebillpassedunanimously,24y.Bill37--SueMuarfeltthatthepeopleonBudgetCouncilshouldhavethebestinterestoftheSenate.SheproposedafriendlyamendmenttoaddKenSteeletothelist.Sue Muarthenwithdrewhermotion.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage5February16,1983Billpassedbyavoteof24y,In,1a.Resolution27--Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Meetingadjournedat9:20.Respectfullysubmitted,JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATION Student AssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary23,1983Agenda1.Meetingcalledtoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCouncilPPBSenator7.OldBusinessResolution19PresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession24thMeetingFebruary23,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:01.Rollcallwastakenandeveryonewaspresent.TheagendawasapprovedwithResolution30added.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.EXECUTIVEREPORTSPresidentoftheSenateRickLee--Bill29wasvetoedlastweek.Rickfeltthatitwasdangeroushavingclubscomingupforfundinginthemiddleofthesemester.Wantstokeepthingsconsistent.-RickandKenKirschattendedameetinginSyracusewithCentroregardingnegotiationsforthenexttwoyears.-PleasefeelfreetogointoRick'sofficeifyouhaveanythingyouwanttotalkabout.SueCastrigno--Attendancehasbeenpickingupatinterdormitorycouncil.TheyaresponsoringaSt.Patrick'sDayAffaironMarch 12 iRHewittUnion.Therewillbe a OJ,food,andcashbar.-SpoketoCraigTraubregardingthesicktraypolicy.Thewholepolicywasnotremovedbecausewarmmealsleavingthedininghallismoreapttogrowbacteria.PeteTassini--CaseofEvans vsSenate-withdrawn.-SA vs Oswegonzo -dismissed.-Sociologyandgymnasticsclubswerenewlyapproved.-Bill28broughttwocasesabout.Muar vsSenate-caseacceptedandFoleyandKenDavisvsStudentAssociation.Bothcaseswereaccepted.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONFebruary23,1983Page2Rules--Noformalreport.Finance--Noformalreport.PresidentoftheSenateStudentServices--Attendancewaspoor.-TalkedtoLindaSyskyregardingteacherevaluations.Theyshouldbegivenbeforetestsaretakenandtheteacherisnotobligedtoagree.Needstudentstoadministertheevaluation.-Lookingintohavingasyllabusinthelibraryofthedifferentcoursesoffered.-Lookingintogettinga phoneinthe24hoursroom.-WanttohaveUnionopeneduntillam.Itwas astaffdecisiontohaveitonlyopeneduntil12midnight.They need alaterbuswhichrunsafter1am.-Lookingintogettingiceorcoinmachinesinthedorms.-Wishtohavejustfirstsemesterfreshmenonthe19 mealplan.-Meetingsare5:15Wednesdays.CommunityRelations--Attendancehaspickedupto6peoplebutonlyonepersonisaSenator.-SentoutlettertoOswegocitizensaboutcollegerelations.Willwaitforfeedback.SUNYAffairs--Discussedfightsagainstbudget.-Discussedlobbyday.Informationissoontofollow. -Meetings areWednesdaysat4:00intheUnion.SuediscussedthepossibilityofbringingbackOffCampusCouncilCommittee.MarkCantales--Itwould beveryhelpfultoOCstudents.Guidelinesneedtobeset.Motionedtoreinstatethecommittee.Motionpassed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONFebruary23,1983Page3Elections--Needhelpinvalidatingpetitions.PPB--HavebeengettingrecordcrowdsatTuesdaymovies.-PPBapplicationsaredueFebruary24.-Projectorsareinbadshape.PresidentoftheSenateBill29--ThisbillwasvetoesbyRickLeelastweek.Rickfeltthatit was not fair thataclubcomeupinthemiddleofthesemester.Itwould beunfairtootherclubsiftheyneededmoney.BillWeggmannandRickarelookingforapromotionaldealwitheverlasttoseeiftheycouldgettheequipment.MarkCantaleswasthe1aonthebill.Hewould lmke togivetheclubthemoneybutalsofeelsthatiftheydootherclubswillbelookingformoney.CraigBensonsaidthatitwasnotfairtotheclubsthatwerecutinthebudgetprocess.Avoteof4y,19n,Safailedtooverridetheveto.Resolution29--Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution30--SueMuarexplainedthatChuck Weeks andDr.WassenaarfelttheOswegonzo wassoliciting.Itisafreenewspaper.Peopleshouldhaveitdeliveredunlesstheycalltheofficeandsaytheydon'twantit.MikeVottissaiditisnicetohave apaperdelivereddoortodoor.Denialwould beharmfultooursystem.MarkCantalessaidthenewspaperputsspiceintoourlife.It'sagreatalternativepublication.Puttingitunderyourdoorwouldnotharmanybody.MikeJonesexplainedthatWeeks andWassenaarwerenotopposedtoprintingthenewspaperbutfelttheyshouldabidetodistributionpointsinsteadofthecurrentway.Resolutionpassedbyavoteof24y,4n,2a.Meetingadjournedat7:10.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch2,1983Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.SpecialSpeakersDr.RadleyDr.Spencer6.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno7.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenator8.NewBusinessBill40Bill41Bill42Resolution31Resolution32Resolution33Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch2,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:01.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandJeffWebsterandSheldonMunfordwereabsent.TheagendawasapprovedwithResolution19removed fromthepacket.Theminuteswereapprovedwiththeterm"cone"machinesbeingchangedto"coin"machinesundertheStudentServicesreport.Also,whereMarkCantalesiscitinghisviewsabouttheOffCampusCouncilCommittee,"Feltthecommitteeneededtobemotivated"Isremoved.Kevin McCluskey andDanDeSantisareswornin.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--Welcomednewsenatorsswornin.-BoardofTrusteessentSUNYbudgetbacktoGovernorCuomoand recommendedthattherebe a $300tuitionincreaseand $25computerfeebestricken.Roomrentwasrecommendedat$150.The BoardofTrusteesfeltthatthegovernorshouldtakeahardlookatthebudgetandputmoney backintoSUNYotherwiseprogramswillbeshutdown. .-Board.ofTrusteesalsorecommendedthat1247ofthe3018jobscutberestored.-Thereisaproposedreductionofcampusspaceby26%.ThisspellstroubleforSheldonHall.-Wishtogenerateenergysavingsbutnotsurehow.-Therewillbe adelayinmaintenancerepairs.-Impoundequipmentreplacementfund.-RickspoketoKellyLatimer,AssistanttoGovernor,DavidLangdon,AssistanttoFink,andKenEastwood,AssistanttoWarrenAnderson.Allsaidnothingaboutthebudget.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONMarch2,1983Page 2PresidentoftheSenate,.-SentMailgramstoGovernorCuomo,Anderson,andFinklettingthemknowthattheUniversitywillcollapseifnothingisdone.-ThankstoallwhoworkedontheLetterwritingcampaign.-PhilBrousseaureportedthattheCollegeStorewasbudgeted$26,965andtoDecember31,1982theymade$45,894sotherewillbe a25%reductiononallmiscellaneous Thevendingmachineswerebudgeted$43,629andtodatehavemade$28,155sotherewillbe a 5 reductiononallsodamachines.SueCastrigno--AppointedScottPosnerand Mike toRulesCommittee.-OffCampusCouncilCommitteewasreinstatedandKeithRaffertyistheChair.-4Onondaga CoachbuseswereapprovedforthetriptoAlbany.Theywillleaveat6:00on Monday,February28.Thereisawaitinglist.-FoodServicesbudgetiscomingupandtheyaretalkingaboutinstitutinga5 couponplan.TheyarealsotalkingabouthavingOCCstudentspayonelump suminthebeginningofthesemestertopayfortheirgoodsintheUnion.-Letterwritingcampaignwas abigsuccessandthankedCraigBenson,Sue Zimmerman, Mike Nemecek, DaveFoley,JayShapiro,and MikeSanft,KenDavis-InterdormitoryCouncilhascancelledtheSt.PatricksDayAffair.-BudgetmeetingswillbeginWednesday,March2.Sincetherewas afullSenateof33members,therewas amotionbyBillSpinellitoratifyanyactionthathadtakenplacesincelastDecember.Itpassedbyavoteof31y,On, Oa.COMMITTEESRules--Noformalreport.Finance--Noformalreport.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONMarch2,1983Page 3PresidentoftheSenateStudentServices--Phonewillbeinstalledinthe24hourroomwithin10days.Itneedsauseof$6.00adayinordertostay.-ACentrolaterbuscouldbeinstitutedbuttheSenatewould havetopay thecostsandwedon'thavethefunds.-Coinandicemachinesaregettinglookinginto.-MeetingsareWednesdaysat5:30.Elections--DebatesareMarch2,3 from11:30-1inHUlobby.-ElectionsareMarch 14 -15.SUNYAffairs--Lettershavebeensenttoparentstoaskthemtowriteletterstolegislature.CommunityRelations--AttendancehasbeengoodbutwouldliketoseemoreSenators.withOffCampus ongettingyoungindividualsonprobationinvolvedoncampus.OffCampus are twonewofficers,JoanImholzforVicePresidentandBruceButlerasSecretaryandTreasurer.-Thinkingabouthavingaluncheontobettertenantlandlordrelations.-MeetingsareThursdaysat5:30in213.-ASaturdayschoolbus hasbeeninstatedandwillrunfrom12:40-11:40.PPB--SwampThingwillbefreeinthetavernonSaturday.-Monday,lfiebruary28,liThe MagicofStoltzmanandDoug1asIIwillbeattheWat ermanTheatreat8:15Meetingadjournedat6:39.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch 9, 1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:03.Rollcallwastakenandnoonewasabsent.PresidentoftheSenateTheagendawasapprovedwithDr.RadleyandDr.SpenceraddedunderSpecialSpeakers.Bill42wasonspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedasis.SPECIALSPEAKERSDr.Radley--ThankedtheSenatefortheopportunitytospeak.-SUNYistoprovidel0w cost, qualityeducationforthosewhocannotaffordit.-In 1948, Oswego was ateacherscollegeand wassoontobecome amultipurposecollege.MillionswaspouredintoSUNYandnowthereare64institutions.-In1948Oswegoacceptedallhighschoolgraduateswitha72average.SomedepartmentshadaverageY'eadinglevelof5thgrade.-In1974accepted67%ofhighschoolgraduateswhichapplied.Itwasthe3rdlargestoftheArtsandScienceschools.Knownasapartyschool.-In1982accepted54%ofallhighschoolgraduateswhichapplied.SATscoreswere1010whichisfarinexcessofmostpubliccolleges.They had an 85average.Oswego had anationallyknownfacultyandallmajoruniversitieswererepresented.-Dr.RadleywasProvostin1974.Wonderedifapublicuniversitycouldbeexcellentinall64schools.Mostotherschoolsacceptedallwhoapplied.Wekeptstandards-qualityattractsquality.Wenowhavethelargestfulltimeenrollment.Establishedthefirsthonorscollege.Wewerethefirsttoreinstitutegeneraleducationrequirements.Facultyandstudentscare.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatepage 2 March9,1983-SUNYnowfacesa crossroad. Wearefacedwiththequestion,IIWhatkindofuniversitydothepeopleofNewYorkStatewant?Itmustbediscussed,debated,andresolvedbeforewecanmove onwithourcourseofaction.Dr.Radley,facultyandstudentscankeeptheuniversitytogether.-Thestatestartedouthavinga gooduniversity.Thefutureisunknown.Dr.Spencer--SinceJanuary31SUNYhad beenstrugglingwithrequirementsofbudgetreductions.WesubmittedaplanFebruary9.OnFebruary25word camebacktorevisetheplan.Itwasdonethatday.Ratherthan$1.7millionfrom campuswewereeasedto$1.1million.Anewnumberof51facultylinesweretobedismissed.-16positionswillbecutfrommaintenance-3underMr.Wassenaur-4inlibrary-2inlearningresources-5in mon faculty-21faculty,9ofwhicharecurrentlyvacant.There-maining12willbevacantnextSeptember(duetoret;irement, etc.) -1mpac twillbel0ss0fservicesinmaintena nee The rewillbe ahigherfaculty-studentratio.-March1,ChancellorpresentedSUNYcase.ThereisacriticalperioduntilMarch31.Negativethingsmaystillhappenandwemustplanforthem.-NextSeptemberSheldonHallwillbeclosedsothatwewillhavemoreeffectivespaceutilization.Thereare185scheduledclassestobetaughtthere.Anewschedulemust bearrangedandtherewillbe more8:00andnightclasses.Thereisnowayaroundit.SheldonMunfordaskedhowwearesupposedtoaskthestudentsforsupportinclosingSheldonHallwhenitisbeingused?Dr.Heminkexplainedthatthiscampusisdesignedfor12,000students.Wehaveabout125%ofspacefortheamountofstudentsthatwehaveanditmust becompressed.SheldonHallisthemostexpensivetoheatandlightandcostsapproximately$6millionayear.Dr.RadleyexplainedthatSheldonHallthroughthe1950swas Oswego.Itisa symbolofloveandeducation.BeforeDr.RadleyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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itopen.Hecouldnotbe$23.000theTheywi11Itwillbe TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3 March9,1983tookofficeasPresident,Dr.PerduefoughttokeepgotitontheNationalLandmark which meantthatitknocked down.DuringthePhone-a-thonwhichraisedalumniconstantlyaskedhowSheldonHallwasdoing.bedisappointed.Rightnowwehavenootherchoice.closedforashorttime,butnotlessthanadecade.PresidentoftheSenateDonAmmanaskedDr.Radleyhowphysicaleducationwillbeeffected.Dr.Radleyexplainedthatshecouldnottell.Thereisnoplannottohaveintercollegateprogram.KenSteeleaskedifthechangingofSheldonHalltotheadministrationbuildingandCulkinHallintodormswasstillinconsideration.Dr.RadleysaidthatSheldonwould be usedforstorageandofficeswould beputwherethereiscurrentlystorage.MarkCantalesaskediftherewere anyotherbuildingstoclosedinsteadofSheldonand whateffectsitwillhave onprogramswhicharelocatedthere.Dr.Hemnicksaidthatallbuildingswereconsideredanditdependedonthesizeofthereduction.Nodepartmentwillbeeliminatedbecausethereisnoroomforit.Wewillmakeroom. John RockwellaskedwhythePublicCeremoniesCommitteewasaskednottoaskoutsidespeakersforgraduation.Dr.Radleyrespondedbysayingthattheceremoniesaresetayearinadvance.Theyaretriedtobekeptto1hour20minuteslong.Youcannotaskaspeakertoholdspeechfora fewminuteswhen you pay them$3,000-$4,000.CraigBensonaskedifthemoniessavedbyclosingSheldonHallwillbeputbackoncampus. Dr. RadleysaidtopushtheBarcleybill.Letcampus manageit'sownresources.Jim EvansaskediftheHewittUnion wouldbeeffected.Dr.Hemnicksaidthatitisthemostheavilyutilizedbuildingandtherewould benochange.DanDeSantisaskedifSheldoncouldberentedtoorganizations.Dr.Spencerrespondedbysayingitwasthestatespropertyanditwasnotuptouswithwhattodowithit.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage4 Office of 'lIice-presiJent March 9 t 1983PresidentoftheSenateSheldonMunfordaskedhowtheclosingofbuildingswilleffectenrollment.Dr.Radleysaidthatwehavethedormspace.Wewilljusthavetowaitandseewhathappens.JeffWebsteraskedifDr.RadleysawSUNYCentraladoptinganincentiveplanifitsavesmoney.Dr.RadleysaidthatiftheBarcleybillgoesthroughitwill.Sue Muaraskedifsecuritywillbecut.Dr.Radleysaidno.Wehavethelowestvandelismrateincolleges.RickLee--ThankedDr. RadleYt Dr. Spencert Dr.Hemnick andDr.Hendersonforspeakingandansweringquestions.-TheSASUlegislativeconferencewentwell.-RallywasheldonMonday. 3000studentsfromaroundthestateattended.Itwas averysuccessfulday.-SpoketoSenatorLevalleanddiscussedSUNY.HefeltthatSUNYdoesnotfacethedestructionthatmostpeoplethinkitdoes.-Wishesalltocontinuewritingletterstohomelegislators.-ThefightwillcontinueuntilSUNYgetswhatweneed.SueCastrigno--1000letterswereproducedduringtheletterwritingcampaign.-TriptoAlbanywasagreatsuccess.-Budgetsbegan March 5at10:30am.Scheduleisasfollows:March 6 t Sundayat12:30March 9 t Wednesdayat8:00March 12 t Saturdayat10:30March 13 t Sundayat12:30March 16 t Wednesdayat8:00March 19 t Saturdayat12:30March 20t Sundayat12:30.-Allmustattend.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules--Noformalreport.MeetingsareWednesdaysat4:00in217.Finance--Noformalreport.Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5 March9,1983StudentServices--Phonewillsoonbeinthe24hour r:oom. -Syllabusguidinlibrary.Groupofpeoplewillbearoundtoeachdepartmenttopickthemup.Hopetohave acompleteguidebyAprilbeforepeoplepicktheircourses.-Lookingintogettingicemachinesindorms.Cannothavecoinmachinesbecausetheywillbebrokeninto.Elections--Debateswillbeindormsonfollowingdates:-March9,Johnsonat9:00Waterburyat10:00March10,Hartat9:00Funnelleat10:00SUNYAffairs--Workedonfinishingletterstoparents.-SASUconferencewentwell.Allhad a goodlearningexperience.-Schoolswerethrowingoutideasaboutwhatcanbedoneaboutthebudgetandwehadalreadydone CommunityRelations--Dr.SpizmanwillattendmeetingonMarch 9-Workingonprobationfordelinquentkids.OffCampusCommittee--MeetingsareMondaysat5:30.-Organizinga campuscleanup.PPB--Givescollegehighqualityand lowcostentertainment.Catertostudents.RickLeementionedthattheChamberofCommercepassedaresolutionsupportingSUNY.Bill42--SinceitwasbroughtuponspecialordersithadtofirstbepassedthroughRulesandFinance.ChrisWilliamsexplainedthatSolidStateneedsthemoney duetohighcostsand lowallocation.AllocationtoChamberSingerswastoohigh.ItisasimpleswitchoffundsthatwillmakeSolidStatestourpossible.MarkCantalespointedoutthatthemoney wouldnotbeusedotherwise.Passedbyavoteof25y,2nOa.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6March9,1983Resolution31--MarkCantalessaidthattheresolutionspeaksforitself.Itpassedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution32--Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution33--CraigBensonsaidthatDonHarrisonhelpeduswheneverhecouldandCollegePublicationswereswamped andtheyhelpedus.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Meetingadjournedat8:00.Respectfullysubmitted,JocelynSokolski,SenateOerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession26thMeetingMarch9,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat10:40.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenand MarkTayler,MarkCantales,BillSpinelli,CarolynTighe,JohnRockwell,JeffWebster,NnacyGoldfarb,SheldonMunford,CharlieMitchellwereabsent.KenSteelewasabsentwithaproxy.FAMILYPLANNING$3,900waspassedunanimouslytomaintainbenefitoftheorganization.HOMOPHILEFRIENDSOfficesupplies-$125.00wasgiventogettheclubstarted.Communications-$50.00allocated.Transportation-Thegroupexplainedthat$94.00wasonlyenoughfortwopeopletogotoAlbany.Itisnotenoughtorepresenttheorganizationintheschool.DanDiSantisfeltthattwo -wasenough.KaraYoungsaidthatweshouldsendfourpeopleandmotioned$124.00.JimDingleyagreedwithKara.Mike Nemecekfeltthattwowasenoughandthatifotherpeoplewantedtogotheyshuuldpaytheirownway. Sue Muaralsofeltthattwo wasenoughandthatiftherewasmotivationthemoneywillcomeuptofundothers.$124.00failedand $94passedbyavoteof19y,3n,Oafortransportation.Publicity-MikeDeLarmfeltthattheyshouldonlybefunded$112.00for5 pageads.Theydonothavetoadvertiseeverytime.Sue feltthattheyshouldusethemoney fromofficesuppliestomakedittosandadvertisethatway. Thegroupexplainedthatwithanad,theorganizationisguaranteedpublication.They havealreadytriedtoadvertisewithdittosandtheyhavebeentorndown.ChrisGarciastatedthattheorganizationisonly asking forwhat need andthattheSenateshouldbefairtothem.KaraYoungsaidthattheyshouldalsobegivenlinespaceandmotionedfor$140.00.JimDingleysaidthatthesepeoplemustberepresented.OtherpeoplewillnotknowaboutthembecausetheyarenewtheOswegonianloosesads,dittosaretown down. Give them space.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2 March9,1983PresidentoftheSenateEricRittersaid thelinespacewasessentialtotheorgani-zation.Itiss01itt1eforsomuchLindaH00movedthequeStionand$140.00failedbyavoteoflOy,12n,1a.TimGlissensaidthattheyshouldbegiven$112.00toadvertiseanywaytheywantto.EricRittermotionedfor$112.00anditpassed.Education-Thegrouprequested$469.85butDonAmmannmotionedfor$125.00onthebasisthattherewasnoplacetostorethesepublications.Thegroupexplainedthatthelibraryhasmanyoutdatedmaterialandthatitisveryimportanttogetthematerialforeducation.Theyarelookingtoestablishanoffice.EricRittermotionedfor$150.00whichis$125.00formoviesand$25.00forthenewsletter.Theyshouldbeputinthelibrarysothateverybodywillhaveaccesstoit.Thegroupexplainedthattheyneed more moneyformoviesbecausetheyareusedatmeetingsandtopromoteworkshops.DaveVitchsaidthatmeetingsshouldnotbecenteredaroundfilms.ChrisGarciastatedthattheorganizationwasbeingdiscriminatedagainst,adswerebeinglostandnotprinted.JulioGraciasaidthathewouldfightforthegroupiftheyfelttheywerebeingdiscriminatedagainstbuttheSenateshouldnotbeaccusedofdoingthesame.Healsosaidtheywerenotspecial.Theyaretreatedlikeeveryothergroup.Sue Muarcalledthequestionand$300.00passedbyavoteof12y,7n,3a.Bottomlineof$681.00.SAILINGCLUB$197.50passedfortheMAISAfeewhichisneededinordertocompete.Travel-Passedat$840.00Corinthianfee-Passedat$35.00Seminar-Passedat$500Telephone-Passedat$20Postage-Passedat$5OfficeSupplies-Passedat$25 Theorganizationrequested$2.000.00forthreenewboats.BudgetCouncilsaidthatitshouldbeconsideredthroughfixedassets.Bottomlineof$2.512.50passes.WOMEN'SRUGBYMeals-BudgetCouncilrecommended$1.080for20participants.Thegroupexplainedthattheywouldliketobefundedfor30people.Dave McNallymotionedfor$1.350.00.Itfailedbyavoteof7y,lIn.Mike Nemecekmotionedfor$1,080.00.KaraYoungmotioned$1340 andtofundraisetherest.MikeVottismotionedafriendly mentfor$1.440togotoawaytournamentsbuttheywould havetoRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage3March9,1983 payforthesecondday fundraising.Notaccepted.Mike DeLarmcalled tbe questionand$1,340.00passed.Transportation-Passedat$1,098.50$370.00wasfundedforUnionfees.Equipment--Thegroupexplainedthattheyneed15jerseyswhichwerepromisedbytheSenate5yearsago.RickLeesaidthatthejerseyswillbe S ft, property.TimGlissonmotionedfor$420forjerseys.KaraYoungcalledthequestionand $420passedby avoteof11y,6n,Oa. Thetotalequipmentlinepassedat$744.35by avoteoflOy,5n,1a.Telephone/Supplies-Passedat$85.50Bottomlineof$3,638.35 thistimetherewas amotiontoreducequorumto13.MichaelNemecekfeltthatitwassickeningthatitwasonlythefirstdayofbudgetsandalreadyquorum hadtobereducedto13.AtthistimeScottPosner,CharlotteDrnek,DaveFoley,MichaelNemecek, Sue Muar,JulioGracia,LindaHoo,TimGlissen,DaveMcNally,JimDingley,Kara Young,KeithRafferty,EricRitternJanineFrainier,Vinn yeas asanta,Bet hBackus,and Kevin M cCluskywerepresent.DonAmmann,DanDiSantisand Mike DeLarmwerealsopresent GfEERLEJUERS TheorganizationwasnotfundedforsneakersbecausetheycannotbecomepropertyoftheStudentAssociation.Equipment-Passedbyavoteof19y,On,OaSupplies-Passedat$61.751.Bottomlineof$77.65.INTERNATION J1l STUDENTUNIONOfficeSupplies-Passedat$124.80and wasbrokendownfor$70tomaintainoffice,$10forads,and$44.80for2 ads. Pc tivities-BudgetCounci1recommended$1,300withthatrationa1thatitwasenoughtohavefood. Eric Rittermotionedfor$1,300.thegroupexplainedthattheyusuallyspendabout$900 onfood.EricRitterwithdrewhismotionand made anewonefor$1450togetentertainment.Astipulationwas addedthat$150 beusedforentertainment.Passedbyavoteof11y,7n,1a.CulturalEvents-Therewasamotionfor$20.Thegroupsaidthatlastyeartherefreshmentsranoutinabout hour.Wouldliketoreceive$40.$20passed.Lectures-LindaHoomotionedfor$125.Thegroupsaidthattheywereplanningdoubletheamountoflecturersnextyear.JulioRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 4March9,1983Graciafeltthattheyshouldreceivemore money. Knowledgeisbasedonlecturersandtheyarea mainbenefittotheclub.Motionedfor$250.00.TimGlissenaddedthat$250willenablethemtoattractmoreglamorousspeakersandmakeitattractivetothewholecampus.EricRittercalledthequestionand $250failed.$125passed.Films-SueMuarmotionedfor$300 andsaidthattheycanbuy whateverfilmstheywanted.Passedat$300.Trips-Passedat$0 Bottomlineof$2,019.80.MEN'SRUGBYGamescosts-LindaHoomotionedfor$641 anditpassed.Uniondues-$440isnecessaryanditpassed.Uniforms-Motionfor$45passedOfficesupplies-Motionfor$83passed.Transportation-Passedat$2,248.00.Meals-LindaHoomotioned $2.280. Thegroupfeltthattheyshouldget$8perdaybecausetheyaretheclosestthingtobeingintercollegiate.Thevarsityathleticsget$8.Sue Muartoldthemthatwereareheretosubsidizeandnotpayforeverything.EricRittercalledthequestionand $2.280.00 passed.Bottomlineof$5,737.00passed.BLACKSTUDENTUNIONEducation-BudgetCounci1fe1tthatmoviesA and Bsh0u1dbed0nethroughPPBandsuggested$200forboth.BrianToddsaidthatitisnecessarytotakeprogrammingoutofPPB'shands.PPBsaidthattheywould pay EricRittermotionedfor$700forfilmB.A and Bpassedat$200.ItemC-Motionfor$120passed. Item D-Motionfor$6passed.ItemE-BudgetCouncildidnotthinkthatfundingthe organization $1,500fortheirownnewspaperwasjustified.BrianToddsaidthatDr.Glicksaiditwasfunded4yearsago and Mr.Wassenaurthoughtthatitwas a goodidea.BSUmustmoveonandletotherschoolsknowwhattheyaredoing.DanDiSantismotionedfor$100whichwould beenoughforseveralnewsletters.EricRitteraddedthata isimportantbecauseitpromotesdiverseideas.TimGlissensaidthatitwould bevaluable.ItwillputOswegoinbetterlightswithotherschools.Passedat$100 by avoteof11y,5n,Oa.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 5 March9,1983Cu1turalEvents-BudgetCounci1recommen de d$ 375tofun dthep1ayBrianToddsaidthattheyneed more moneyforcostumes,etc.GetnocooperationfromBlackFriars.MichaelVottismotionedfor$475.00anditpassed. FamiJy Reunion-SueMuarmotionedtohaveitfundedat$0becauseshefeltthatrefreshmentsarenotnecessary.Motionpassed.wltural JWareness Week-DonJ1rnmannmotionedfor$300 anditpassed.LinkingJoint-SueMuarmotionedfor$75 anditpassed.OfficeSupplies-ScottPosnermotionedfor$100.DonJ1rnmannsaidthathewouldlike$75alongwithSue Muar,and DaveMcNally.$100failedbyavoteof8y,9n.$75passed.Publicity-SueMuarmotioned$104.20anditpassed.Incomelineof$150fordinnerand$313.50fortheplay.Bottomlineof$1,755.20LATINOSBUDGETOfficesupplies-Motionfor$84.80passed.Activities-Craig Bensonmotionedfor$285.EricRitterthenmotionedfor$300 andsaidthathewenttothedinnerand manypeopleattendedandenjoyedthemselves.SheldonMunfordthenmotionedfor$350fordinnerbecausehefeltthattheincreaseshouldbeshown.Passedat$350byavoteoflOy,8n.Films-DanDiSantismotionedfor$200 anditpassed.Lecturers-BudgetCouncilfeltthat$200 wasadequatetoprovidespeakers. Sue Muarmotionedfor$150.Thegroupexplainedthattheyweremoretogetherthisyearandthattheyplanonspendingallofthemoneyallocated.JimDingleyurgedtopassat$200becauselastyearshouldnotreflectwhattheyaregoingtodointhefuture.$200passes.Bottomlineof$679.80Meetingwasrecessedat4:45.Themeetingwascalledbacktoorderat12:47onMarch6,1983.Rollcallwastakenand MarkTayler,Vinny casasanta, Markcantales,BillSpinelli,KevinMcCluskey,CarolynTieg,JohnRockwell,JeffWebster,NancyGoldfarb,SheldonMunford,CharlieMitchell,MikeVottis,KeithRafferty,and Kara YoungwereabsentEricRitterwasabsentbecausehehadtowork.DaveFoleywas absentwithaproxy.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6 March9,1983EXECUTIVEBUDGETFirst,thequestionofwhetherornotthePresidentshouldstayupallyearwasposed.MichaelNemecekthoughtthatheorsheshouldbecausetheygettoknowaboutSA,takeonresponsibilities,andthingscomeupwhichneedtobetakencareof.Sue Muarcalledthequestionanditpassed.Therewas astipulationaddedthattheSenategetsaformalreportthefirstmeetingofthesemesterandthelastonetellingus what heorsheplansondoing.$1.594passedforthepresident'ssalaryforthe19thsession.$531passedforthepresident'ssalaryforthe20thsession.$826.39passesforassistant'ssalaryforthe19thsession.$236.11passesforassistant'ssalaryfor20thsession.Receptionist'ssalarypassedat$3,000.$940passedforSASUconferencesin19thsession.$60passedfor SPSU conferencesin20thsession.Expenseaccount$112.50passedfor19thsession.$37.50passedforthe20thsession.Thisaccountisusedwhenthepresidenttakesadministratorstolunchandthingsofsuch.Officesupplies-$750passesfor19thsession.$250passesfor20thsession.Telephone-$1,500passesforthe19thsession.$500passesforthe20thsession.Publicity-$311passesforthe19thsession.$89passesforthe20thsession.AcmUNTING fflD FIN ffl CEBUDGET$3,200passedforDirector'ssalary.Thisimposeda20%cut. salarY-Usedthe50%guideline salaryof Passedat$1,600.Secretariessalary-8%increase.Positionisfulltimeandduringthesummer.$7,705passed.Bookkeepersalary-$11,718passedSpecialprojects-CoverscostforSASUDirectorofFinanceconference,flowersforsecretary.Passesat$200.Expensekcount-Passedat$100OfficeSupplies-Passedat$1,550 Sf1, Stickers-Stickersusedfor1Dcards.Passedat$900.Printerswst torunBurrough'sbookkeepingmachine.Passedat$1800.Telephone-Passedat$1,800.Audit-$3,000passed.Bankcharges-$900passedDisability-$2,600passed.Thisamountisrequiredbylaw.Taxes-Unemployment1nsurance-$3,000passed.Requiredbylaw.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 7 March 9, 1983Service contracts-$4,300passed tocover typewriters,calculators, andvariousorganizationtypewriters.ComprehensiveInsurance-ThiscoversallphasesofSA.Passesat $5,300. Bottomlineof $49,673. centro-RickLeeexplainedthateverytwoyearsthecentrocontractisrenegotiated.Therateswereincreasedby12%.There'isafigureof$60,800fortwoyears.ThecostissplitwithAuxiliaryServices.Itwillcostus $15,200 plus $1,500 fortheSundayrun.JimDingleyaSkedaboutthelaterrunson Wednesday andThursdaynights.Rickexplainedthatitwillcostabout$1,200forayeartohavetheseruns.Since fluxil iaryServiceswill pay!z itwillcostus$600.Itwasthendiscussedifitshouldbeputinthebudgetatthispointifitisnotarrangedyet.JimDingleymotionedtoincreaseitto$17,300.$17,300passed.Electionfund-$700passed.$140isallocatedforeach team anditisbasedonfiveteams.EmployeeBenefitsofinsuranceonbookkeeperandsecretary.$850passed.PriorYearsExpense-Foritemswhichwegetbilledforduringthelastyear. $1,500 passed.SJlSU-Rickexplainedthat SASU hashelpedUSpayforthelawsuitwhichRickbroughtagainstthestate.KenSteeleaskedifpeoplelikeJimTierneywillcontinuetobeinoffice.Ricksaidthatthereisnod0ubtthatS (JlS Uwillbeasstrongasitisnow. Sue Muaraskedifwecouldputthe$20,000somewhereelseandstillgettheinformation.Ricksaidthatnowecouldn't.SJlSUisacentralSA.Weco u1dnotinanyway0btaininformationandres0urcesanywhereelse.MichaelNemecek addedthatitiswortheverypenny.LindaHoocalledthequestionand $20,085 passedbyavoteof 17y,On, Oa.Qambake-Passedat $5,000 and wasbrokendownwith $4,500 to clambake, $450forentertainmentand $50forprinting.DirtDay-Passedat$800.StudentRefunds-$5500passed.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 8 March9,1983 Program Fund-$15,OOO waspassedtofundclubs.SummerSalary-Passedat$3,000.Programming$2,700andprogramsalary$300.MRAEquipment-SueMuaraskedwheretheequipmentwaskept.InthebasementofLaker.DaveVitchaddedthatthehockeyequipmentisoutdated,nochestprotectors.JimDingleymotionedtomoveequipmentlineonthetableuntilweknowwhatMRAalreadyhas.Officials-$5,902.50passedbyavoteof11y,In,1a.Trophies-Passedat$200.Miscellaneous-$300passedtocoverthecostofschedules.Secretary-$500passedIncomeLine-$835fromsporteventfeespassed.Meetingadj0urnedat3:40.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch9,1983Agenda1.Meetingcalledtoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsPhilBrousseauforRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenator7.OldBusinessBill40Bill418.NewBusinessBill43Resolution34Resolution35Resolution36Resolution37Resolution38Resolution399.BudgethearingsPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch16,1983Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenator7.NewBusinessBill44Bill45Bill46Bill47Bill48Resolution40Resolution418.BudgethearingsRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenate

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession3 2t hMeeting March16,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04.PresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandSheldonMunford andDonAmmannwereabsent.MarkTaylerwasabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithResolution38andResolution39added.Bill43onspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedasit.EXECUTIVEREPORTSPhilBrousseauforRickLee-RickwasinAlba'nylobbyingforbudget.-Centrowillcost$60,800forthenexttwoyears.AuxiliaryServiceswill Itwillbe$30,400forStudentAssociationand$15,200peryear.-TheCentroWednesday andThursdaylaterunwasdonethroughanotheragreement.Thetotalcostis$12,000fortheyear.-Miss-A-MealwillbeThursday,March17.SinceitisSt.Patrick'sDay,Rickfiguredthatnobodywouldgotodinneranyway.ProceedswillgotoFarnham andtheHeartAssociation.-AuxiliaryServicesapproved$1,350fora busgoingtoLowellNCAAHockeyTournament.-BoardofTrusteesplansfornextyear.Theyareproposingnopricehikesinfoodpackages.Priceswillbe$1,040forthe19 mealplan,$892forthe9couponplan,and $812forthe7couponplan.-Proposedtheeliminationoffoodpackageprogramwhichwouldsave$40,636.-Proposedpaying$25intosysteminHewittUnion andasfood wasboughtitwouldbesubtracted.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2 March16,1983PresidentoftheSenateSueCastrigno-Budgetdatesareasfollows:-March16,Wednesdayat8:00 19,Saturdayat12:30-March20,Sundayat12:30-Allmustattend.-Dr.RadleywasimpressedwiththeSenateandshehopestodoitagain.-Wishedlucktoallintheelections.COMMITTEESRu1esLin daH00,Pau1Atkinson,and ScottPosnerwereabsent-JimEvansgetshonorablementionbecauseheattended.-Bill40failsbecausetheyshouldsubmitabudgetatbudgettime.-Bill41passedFinance-Bill40failedbecausethebudgetprocessshouldbefollowed.Thereshouldbenoexceptions.-Bill41passed-ScottPosnerwasabsent.StudentServices-LookingintogettingphonesinTylerandCulkin.-Intheprocessofgettingsyllabifromdepartments.-PetitionwillbecirculatingtokeepUnion openlater.-Don fmmann wasabsent.Elections-Noformalreport.Urgedeveryonetovote-oncampusinthedorms,andoffcampusintheUnion.SUNYAffairs-DiscussedROTCproposal.CommunityRelations-Allwerepresent.-Planonhavingaletterwritingcampaignintown and hopeitisasuccess.OffCampusCommittee-Vinnycasasanta,MikeVottisand Kevin McCluskey werepresent.campuscleanuporganizationiscomingverywell.-LookingintogettinggarbagecansonWashingtonBoulevard.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 3 March16,1983DanClark-Gettingcompetitionfrom dormsinsponsoringevents.Theyaredoingitbythemselves.Daniswillingtohelpthem p1anthingsBusgoingtoSyracuseAirportand An track andtheproceedswillgotoDKKfortheSpringBreak.PETETASSINI-on Monday, t4arch 7,Muar and Benson vsStudentAssociationandDavisandFoleyvsStudentAssociation.Bill28amendmenttotheconstitutionwasstruckdown. Only29Senatorswereinthesenateatthetime.Theprocesswasincomplete.Forthebilltopassithastohavea2/3votefromthesenateandthen toreferendumanytimeorgetapetitionfromthestudentsandthengotoreferendumby2weeks.Bill40-CraigBensonsaidthatPeterGui1ietti0ftheJudoClubapproachedhimaboutbeingfunded.Craigtoldhimabouttheboxingclub.BillfailedbyavoteofOy,30n,Oa.Bill41-CraigBensonexplainedthattherewas aseriouspointbehindthebill.TheSenateistheleastrecognizedandthanked.Senatedeserved100%increaseinpats Jnd recognition.Sue MuaraddedthatshethoughtSenatorsshouldnotbepaidbutthatshouldberecognized.JeffWebstersaidthatthis bill didnotbelongintheSenateandthatanyonewhoneedsapatonthebackshouldleavetheroom.KeithRaffertysaidthattherearenot33hardworkingsenatorsandthereforethebillshouldfail.NancyGoldfarbsaidthatsenatorsshouldnotgetrecognitionintheformofabillbutmaybe anewspaperarticle.Billfailedbyavoteof9y,16n,4a.Bill43-ScottPosnersaidthatthisbillgivesstudentstherighttoholdbothpositions.Itshouldpassinthesenateandthenthestudentsshould make thefinaldecision.KenDavis said thathethoughtfourdayswasnotenoughttimeforthestudentstofindoutaboutthereferendum.LindaHoosaidthatthebillshouldnotpassbecauseitforcespeoplewhoarenotsenatorstogetinvolved.LouTaravellasaidthathedoesnotthinkitwillpassreferendumbecausethestudentsdonotknowenoughaboutit.Senatorsdidnotinformthem.Mike Nemeceksaidthatthisbillwasalreadytalkedaboutbefore.ItopentheSenateup.tomorepeoplewhowanttogetinvolved.OtherRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 4 March16,1983PresidentoftheSenateSUNYschoolsfindthesepeoplethemosthardworking.DaveMcNallysaidthatfiveelectionpeoplecannotgetthereferendumtogetherin5days.ScottPosnersaidthateverypersonon campusisrepresentedbyusandifwecannotinformthem,thenweshouldnotbesenators.Avoteof21y,6n,4a anditfailed.Arevotewasgrantedsincemanypeoplewereconfused.ManythoughtthatthereferendumhadtobedoneduringtheMarch14thand15thelections.Bill43wasbackonthefloor.Kara wasagainstthebillbecauseshefeltthatnotasmanypeoplewould beinvolved.Mike DeLarmsaidthathewasundertheimpressionthatthereferendumhadtobetakenintheMarchelectionsandfeltthatthestudentsco u1dnotbeedueatedintime.Astipu1ationwas add edthatthereferendumhadtobeheldMarch19thanditwillbeconductedbytheSUNYAffairsCommittee.Thebillthenpassedbyavoteof28y,3n,Oa.Resolution34-MikeNemeceksaidthatthisresolutionwastocongratulatetheHockeyteamontheworktheydidthisyear.PatSpadaforesaidthattheydeservecredit.Passedby avoteofacclamation.Resolution35-PatSpadaforesaidthattheresolutionspokeforitself.JulioGraciadidnotthinkitwasfairtotherestoftheteamthatonlyoneindividualisrecognized.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution36-PatSpadaforeexplainedthatEileenSommers wasgoingforNCAArecords.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution37-MarkCanta1esexplainedthatthisresolutionwastoshowthecommunitythatwedoknowtheeffectsthebudgetwillhaveonthem andtogetsupportfromthem.BillSpinelliaddedthatittookayeartogetthisinformationtogether.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution38-KenSteeleproposedaformalamendmenttopostponeFacultyAssemblybringingthereso1utionup.PaulAtkinsonsaidthatpeopledevotealotoftimetoROTC.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 5 March 16, 1983PresidentoftheSenateHeexplainedthatthereareabout70peopletakingtheclassesandthattheyonlywantcreditfortheclassroomsetting.Theformalamendmentpassed.SueCastrignoexplainedthattheclassesthattheyaretakingaremarching,jogging,mapreading.DoesnotsupportROTCbecauseshedoesnotthinkthatthemilitaryshouldpickupwherethestateleftoffinbudgetcuts.ROTChasmadeitalmostimpossibleforustogothroughschoolwithoutborrowingmoney, andbeinganofficerwhenwegetout.ManypeopleareinROTCbecausetheycannotaffordcollege.Theyalsogetpaidforbeing in,:the classroom.Paul Ptkinson saidthatROTCinforces peiice andthattheonlythinktheyarelookingforiscreditforclassroomtime.Peoplehave achoiceofjoining.BillSpinellisaidthatSue hadoutstandingpoints.Therewasafriendlyamendmentthatwhereas,NYShighereducationfacesevenhardertimeswithreceivingcutsinstaffandfacultyandalsowhereas,StudentAssociationSenatedoesnotfeelthemilitaryshouldpickupwherethestateisbackingouton responsibilitiestostudentsinhighereducationinNYS.MarkCantalessaidthatthequestioniswhetherweshouldexpandtheROTCprogram.MichaelNemecekproposedafriendlyamendmenttoscratchwhereas 3,4,5, 8 andII,and addwhereas,webelievethatthiscollegeshouldnotcondonesubstitutinglostdepartmentswithROTCprogramsreceivingcredit.DanDiSantissaidthattheyshouldgetcreditbecausetheyareworkinghardtowardleadershipanddevelopingthemselves.Karasaidthatmilitaryshouldnotbeoncampus andsupportstheresolution.The J.\nother whereaswasaddedstating,theROTCinstructorsdonotmeetthesamerequirementsasthe instructors.Theresolutionpassedby avoteof17y, In, Sa,1p.EricRittersaidthatROTCwasinconflictwiththegoalsofcollege.Itteachesyoutofollowordersandnottothink.Preparespeopletoserveinthearmy andisnotapartofliberaleducation.Resolution39-PhilBrousseaustatedthatforAuxiliaryServicestosupportanythingitalsohastobesupportedbyanorganizationincaseanythinghappened.Itisforlegalitypurposes.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 6 March16,1983Themeetingwasadjournedat8:30.Respectfullysubmitted,JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkThe28thMeetingwascalledtoorderonMarch 9at8:30.R011callwas ta ken andMarkCantales,Car01ynTighe,JeffWebster,SheldonMunford,MikeVottis,Mike DeLarm wereabsent.MarkTayler,JimDingley,ScottPosnerandCharlieMitchellwereabsentwithaproxy.BIT&SPURTransportation-$1,123passedGeneraloperations-$115.45passedEntryfees-$398passesMeals/Lodging-$1380passedRental-Therewas amotiontofundat$0.DanDiSantissaidthatweshouldgivethem $650tosubsidizethem andallowsomepeopletostayintheorganization.BillSpinellicalledthequestionand $0passedbyavoteoflOy,5n,4a.Bottomlineof $3016.45 passedbyavoteof16y,3n,Oa. SAVACCommunications-Passedat$340.50Insurance-Passedat$3,400FuelExpenses-AuxiliaryServicespicksupcostifSenatedoesnotfundthem.$0passesPublicrelations-BudgetCouncilrecommended$94.80togofor2 Oswegonianads,$25forphotocopyingand $25forother.LindaHooaskedwhytheyphotocopyandthegroupsaidthattheycanusethedittomachineatthehealthcenter.$94.80passed.MedicalExpenses-$2000passed.Officesupplies-$150passedPersonnel-$3900passedConference-BudgetCouncil recommended $100becausetheythoughtthatRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 7 March16,1983itwas enoughtosendtwopeople.Thegroupstronglyobjectedandsaidthattheywouldliketosendfour.DanDiSantissaidthattheyshouldchipinsomeoftheirownmoney. Thegroupsaidthattheconferencewouldbenefitthewholecampus and would maketheambulanceservicebetter.$100passedbyavoteof18y,2n,Oa. Bottomlineof$6,475.30passedbyavoteof19y,2n,la.LAKERHJllLEmployees-SueMuaraskedwhattheemployeesdidandthegroupexplainedthattheywork from4-6and7-9andareinchargeofthebuildingandthatthereisalsotwoequipmentclerks.$3,024passed.Equipment-BudgetCouncilrecommendationwas $500tomaintainpresentallocation.Thegroupexplainedthattheyhavetoreplacestolenbasketballsandsquashracquets.andthattheequipmentboughtisnotthebest.VinnyCasasantasaidthattheequipmentgoesthroughalot.Passedat$500byavoteof18y,2n,Oa. Bottomlineof$3,524passedbyavoteof18y,2n.LEEHALLStudenthelp-Thegroupexplainedthattheywouldlike 25 anhourraiseforlifeguards.Theyareguardingpeople'slives.TimGlissenmotionedfor$140tofundlifeguards.Karen McCarthysaidthateverybodyshouldmakethesamerateandthataraiseisnotnecessary.Passedat$4,158byavoteof15y,2n,la.Publicity-Passedat$50.Equipment-$225passedbyavoteof19y,InBottomlineof$4,433passedbyavoteof18y,2n.WR IIUTf icesupp1ies-$12485 wasBudgetCounci1'srecommendationwhiehwasenoughforofficesuppliesandbrochures.Passedat$124.85.Officials-Passedat$2,360Supervisors-Passedat$1,850Equipment-$4,658.60passedMeetingwasadjournedat11:30.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 8 March16,1983The29thMeetingwascalledtoorderon March12that11:05.RollcallwastakenandLindaHoo, MarkCantales,BillSpinelli,CarolynTighe,JohnRockwell,JeffWebster,NancyGoldfarb,SheldonMunford,CharlieMitchell,MikeVottis,KeithRafferty,Paul and Kara Youngwereabsent.MarkTaylerwasabsentwithaproxy.MichaelNemecek made amotionthatanyonewhocomesinafter11:30would be markedabsentanditpassed.CHECKCASHING/DUPLICATION passedandthedecreasewasduetoa10%decreaseinsalaries.Bankruns-$210tomaintaincurrentallocationat 15 mile/50miles/28weeks.Mike Durneysaidthat 15 amiledoesnotcoverthegas.JimDingleyaskediftheyhadtoreachintotheirownpocketinordertoget bank.andMikesaidyes.JimDingleymotionedfor$300 anditfailedbyavoteof7y,IOn.Dave McNallymotionedfor$252whichis 15/60 miles/28.Motionpassed.Tellers-BudgetCouncilrecommended$4,489.24whichisadecreasefromitspresentallocation.Theyfeltthattheemployeesshouldnotbeonthemeritsystemsincethereisnoproblemgettingemployeesfor$2.65.Randy Kaplansaidthatitworksasanincentiveprogram.Theygetalotofapplicationsbutnotquality.$4,489.24passed.Officesupplies-$167.48passedBottomlineof$6,708.72.Duplication-BudgetCouncilthoughttheyshouldmaintaintheirpresentallocationof$2757.Itpassed.Income-$1000passedBottomlineof$1,757.00SENPTEBUDGETVicePresident-19thsessionpassedat$1140duetoa!15%cutinsalaries.VicePresident-20thsessionpassedat$326. Salary-19thsessionpassedat$565 Salary-20thsessionpassedat$168SecretarY-19thsession-$933passedSecretary-20thsession-$267passedOfficeSupplies-19thsession-$778passedRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage9 March 1983Officesupplies-20thsession-$400passedTelephone-19thsession-$1400passedTelephone-20thsession-$400passedExpenseaccount-19thsession-Usedforthingswhicharenotallocatedanywhereelse.$112passed.Expenseaccount-20thsession-$33passedElectionaccount-SueMuarspokeandthenhopedthatsomebody wouldmotiontofundforfallelectionsalso.DaveMcNallymotionedfor$1900inordertocarryoutproperelections.SueMuarwentontosaythatpeopleleaveandthatfallelectionshelpssomebody workforaposition.Theyareverynecessary.KenSteelesaidthatweshouldnotpayforfallelections. passedBottomlineof passedLOCOJ'dministrative Pssdstants-$600 was recommendedby-Budget :Councilbasedonsalarycuts.Thegroupsaidthatsincethereisanincreaseindorm morepeoplewanttomoveoffandthusthereisanincreaseinthecoordinatorstime.$600passed.Officesupplies-$415passedTelephone$739.68passedPublicity-$343.95was recommendedbyBudgetCouncilbecausetheythoughtthattheorganizationshouldmakemoreuseofcampusmedia.DanDiSantismotionedfor$500because worn andWTOPdonotgooffcampus.Don Prnmann saidthatLOCOismostlyforpeoplewhoaremovingoffcampus,Thisiswherewehavetoadvertise.ThepeopleoffcampusalreadyknowaboutLOCO.Dave McNallyproposedafriendlyamendmentof$419.95.Itpassed.Conferences-$150passedbyavoteof 7n.Postage-Thegroupexplainedthattheyhavealreadyspent$290inpostagethisyear.Mike DeLarmmotionedfor$424.Thegroupsaidthattheycouldnotsendthingsoutinbulkbecausetheydon'thaveenoughatonetime.Sue Muarfeltthat$424 wastoohighandthatdropfilesshouldbeusedmore.Vinny proposedafriendlyamendmentfor$300 anditwasaccepted.$300passedby avoteof 2n.Bottomlineof Meetingadjournedat1:00.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 10 March16,1983 The30thMeetingwascalledtoorderat1:45onSaturday,March12.Sue Muarmotionedtohavepeoplethatcomeinlatemarkedabsent.Sheexplainedthatsomesenatorscomeinfor1or2budgetsthattheywantpassedandthenleave.Themotionpassed.R011cal1was taken and Lin daH00,MarkCantales,BillSpinelli,CarolynTighe,JohnRockwell,JeffWebster,NancyGoldfarb,SheldonMunford,MikeVottis,KeithRaffertyand Paul Atkinson wereabsent.MarkTayler,CharlieMitchell,KenSteeleandBethBackuswere absent withaproxy.CORNERSTOREEli Majalaton saidthathewatchedthecornerstoregrow.He plainedthatthemanagerneedsleewayorelsemanagementwillbestiffled.Theyshouldbegiventheoptionofopentobuy.They havederivedprofitforSA.Theyshouldhaveareservefundforreplacementofequipmentbecauseitmust bepurchasedimmediatelyorelsethestorecannotoperate.Sue explainedthattheCornerStoretotalsaleswere$74,361.46,inventoryexpenseswere$59,167.55andadministrationexpenseswere$6,247.81.ThatgivesSAaprofitof$8,946.10.Theyareveryefficientwiththreemanagers.Therehas been anincreaseinsalesof28%.Sincethereisabout$8,000ingroceriesinthestorerightnowthereisover$16,000profitfortheyear.SAonlyforwardsmoneytotheCornerStore.ItisusedtogetestablishedandthenreturnedbacktoSA.Personnel-$3,645istheamounttohavecashiersat$2.70perhour.$3,645passed.Manqger-$1080isproposedbyBudgetCouncilaccordingtothesalarycuts.Thegroupexplainedthatwhengettingpaid$1200(presentsalary)itisabout$1.52/hr,and whengettingpaid$1080itisonly$1.36/hr.Themanagershavetosweep andmoptheflooreveryday.Gettingacademiccreditisnotguaranteed.Thestoretakesupalotoftimeandlearningexperienceshouldnotbebarecompensation.Sue Muarsaidthatthejobisalearningexperience.Senatorsdonotgetpaidforwhattheydoand moneyshouldbesecondarytolearning. thispointweneedtoconservemoney andthecutbackwillnothurtmuch.SupportsBudgetCouncilrecommendation.DanDiSantisals0supp0rtedBudgetCouneilandsaidthatpeopleshouldtakethejobfortheexperience.Cutsareacrosstheboard,andtheprofitthatthestoregeneratesshouldnotbe anissue.JimDingleysaidthatthereisnoequityRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage11March16,1983incrossboardcuts.ItisnotthefunctionofSAtodecidehowonegetsexperience.BrianHartmansaidthataccordingtoasurveya fewyearsago,theCornerStoremanagerwas number 1inresponsibilities.KenKirschsaidthatwhenthecutswereinstitutednoonejobwastakenintoconsideration.Thenewpersonwillnotbetakinga paydecrease.DaveVitchsaidthata11positionswi11notgetpaidwhattheyarew0rth Thepositionshouldbetakenforexperience.Debate was thenlimitedtotwominutes.EricRittersaidthatthemanagerwillnotbelesseffectivebecausethereisacutinsalary.Theexperienceisworthit.SueCastrignosaidthatSAisinexistencetoexpandcollegeexperiencebeyondacademicarena.SueSantamariasaidthatthecutsshould go byjobdescriptionandthatsome compensationsystemshouldhave beenused.MichaelNemeceksaidthatthecutswerejustified.DanDiSantiswastotallyforthecutsbutthensaidthatthepaystructureiswrong.Manager'sjobentailsmoreresponsibilities.$1080passedbyavoteof16y,2n,2a.Assistants-BudgetCouncil recommended $540fortheCornerStoretohireasmanyassistantsastheywantedbasedon salaryofsupervisor.JanetBurkesaidthatthestorecannotberunwithjustoneassistant.ThestorecostsSAnothing.Twoassistantsareneededtobeeffectiveand have asuccessfuloperation.$540isnotfaircompensation.DanDiSantismotionedfor$1080withthestipulationthattherebe twoassistants.SueCastrignosaidthatshecouldnotupholdBudgetCouncilsrecommendationthistime.The twoassistantsoftheCornerStoredoalmostthesamethingsasthemanager.Didnotsupportthe$540.MichaelNemeceksaidthathe mijst supportthe$1080becauseitisshownthattheyneed twoassistants.TimGlissensaidthattheyareboth worth 50%ofthemanager.Sue Muarsaidthatnoexceptionsshouldbe madetothesalarycutsandthatitwas aproceduralissue.MichaelNemecekmotionedtohave an8%cutsfortheassistantsbutitwasnotaccepted.Don calledthequestionand $1080withthestipulationthat2assistantsbehiredpassedbyavoteof13y,4n,2a.Mvertising-BudgetCouncilrecommended$246.80for7 adsintheOswegonian and an adinthehockeyprogram.$246.80passed.Telephone-$517.67passedEquipment-$100passedOfficeSupplies-$350passedIncome-$85,000passedKenKirschsuggestedthattheCornerStorepricesbeloweredsinceRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 12 March 16, 1983theyshouldnotbe making aprofit.Atthistimequorum wasloweredto13byavoteoflOy,9n.CAMPUSLIGHTINGSupplies&partsreplacement-Passedat$1,695PublicitY44.80wasBudgetCouncilrecommendation.KenKirschsaidthatsincethegroupaskedtobefundedat$0thatiswhatweshoulddo.DaveVitchsaidthattheyshouldbefunded$44.80sothatotherstudentsmayjoin.Sue Muarsaidthatadvertisingwillbringmorepeoplewhoarenotjusttheatreintotheorganization.$44.80passed.Wages-$2.75wasrecommended.Thegroupsaidthattheywouldliketohave $3.35 inordertomaintainahighlyskilledworkforce.JimDingleysaidthatnoorganizationhascomeupfortheirbudgetwantingmore moneyforlighting,and a payraisewasnottakenintoconsideration.$2.75passedbyavoteofl1y, 2n, 3a.Bottomlineof$1,739.80.MEN'SVOLLEYB /ilL Membershipfees-$125passedTransportation-$343passedOfficials-$420passedEquipment-$190.95passedOfficeSupplies-$185.04passedBottomlineof$1,263.99passedMRAEquipment-ThislinewastakenoffthetableandBethBackustoldthesenatorshowmanyofeachitemwasleft.Thelinewasfundedat$1,558.00byavoteof13y,InBottomlineof$8,460.00.UMOThegroupexplainedthatUMOisonlythetourbudgetoforganizations.Itisaveryimportantaspectofthegroup.Theygettogotootherschoolsandperformforthem.Givesthem achangetoknowwhatitisliketoplayindifferentenvironments,andtoworkontheirskillsandtalents.ItisveryeasytooverlookthebenefitsofUMO.Touringisjustasimportantasrehearsingandperformingathome. Theydonotgotorecruit.Iffundingmusicgroupstoonlyplayoncampus,thequalityofmusicwillgodown. 259studentsareeagertoparticipate.KenKirschgaveBudgetCouncilrational.HesaidthatitisthefunctionofSAtoserveRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 13 March16,1983thestudentswhopaidtheirSAfee.Purposeoffundingisnottorecruit.Theyshouldplaylocallywhichwouldalsobenefittheorganization.Sue Muarsaidthattheprimarypurposetoallocatemoneyistobringbenefittostudentsoncampus.Wouldliketoseemoneyusedtoplayoncampus andshouldbefundedat$0.Thegroupexplainedthattheydonotgotorecruit.Whentheyplayon campustheyplaythesamethingsoverandoveragain.Theygotoimprovethemselves.Cannotcontinuallyplayinthesameplacewithoutlosinginterest.JanineFrainiersaidthatitisthejobofadmissionstorecruit.Recommendsthatthey are fundedat$0.EricRittersaidthattherewas anarticleinNewsdaysayingthatOswego wasknownforthearts.Ifwedonotfundthemthequalityofmusicwillgodownandwewillnolongerbe knownforthearts.Theorganizationneedstobroadentheirhorizons.ThefazingoutofUMOshouldbedonemoderately.JimDingleyreadthedefinitionofrecruitmentwhichwastoreplenishortorestore.TheorganizationwillbeindependentifnotfundedandshouldrenameitIMO.Therewillbenoincentivetoputtimeintoproductions.Karen McCarthysaidthatwearenotgettingridoftheorganizations.Thearts.arealwayschangingandimprovinganditdoesnothavetoleavecampustodoit.The mainpurposeoffundingistoservethestudentsandcommunity.Themusiciansaregoodbecausetheyhavegoodinstructors.Dave McNallysaidthatifwetakeawaytouringwetakeaway a ofbeingaprofessional.ScottPosnersaidthatitdoesnottakeatourtomotivatepeople.Thereisalotofmoneyallocatedfornewmusicforeachorganization.The keytoagreatbandisnotgoingaway.Youdon'tgoawaytogetgreat,yougoawaybecauseyouaregreat.JenniferWichsersaidthatwhen anorganizationgoesawayitisnottorecruit.UMOisonlyaskingtobringbackenrichmentoforganization.Urgedsenatorstoputmoneybackintothebudget.Thegroupsaidthatthemotivationtoplayoncampusdiesafterawhilebecauseitisthesameaudience. Going awayhasawholedifferentatmosphere.Qualitycomes fromgoingoutintotheworldandbeingabletoworkwithdifferentpeople.Mr.BurrittsaidthatiftheywerenotfundedtherewouldpossiblybeastrongresistancetopayingthemandatorySAfee.WouldthinkofpullingoutofSA.KenKirschsaidthatthatsoundedlikeathreat.A goodinvestmentbeginsrightathome.Wemustshowthestudentsoncampuswherethemoneyisgoingto.Sendingthewholeorganizationisnota goodrepresentationofourSAfee.Otherorganizationsjustsenda fewpeopletore-presentthem.JimDingleysaidthatwewereheretorepresentoutconstituantsandthatweshouldnotcatertoBudgetCouncilRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 14 March16,1983recommendations.Thesenatevoted6y,13nthatitwasnotundertherealmof SIl. tofund JulioGraciasaidthatweshouldnot1imitthemtoalocallevel.Thegroupsaidthattheywereverydissappointed,andthattheyfeltveryintimidated.Wouldliketoseeallattheconcertbecausethatwould show themthatthestudentswant themhere.oCAOfficesupplies-$150passedConference-BudgetCouncilrecommended $210fortwodelegates,withastipulationthattheSAlawyerberequestedfirstforthepara-legaltrainingseminars.Mike DeLarmmotioned$270becausetheyneed a member fromeachdepartmenttoattend.MichaelNemeceksaidthathe wasagainstfundingconferences.$270passedbyavoteof8y,7n.Directorssalary-$600passedPublicity-BudgetCouncilrecommended$192.10becausetheyfeltthatOswegonianadsarenotjustifiedforeveryevent.$192.10passedTelephone-$355.68passedPublications-JimEvansexplainedthattheOCANewsletterhas anewformatand would need $300inordertokeepthenewformat. Tim motionedfor$1,028.18anditpassedby avoteof8y,7n.programming-DaveVitchmotionedfor$800 andsaidthatitwasadequateenoughtoprovideentertainment.$800passedBottomlineof$3,395.96.Meetingrecessedat7:30.The30thMeetingwascalledbacktoorderat12:45onSunday,March13.Rollcallwastakenand MarkCantales,BillSpinelli,KevinMcCluskey,VinnyCasasanta,'CarolynTighe,JeffWebster,NancyGoldfarb,SheldonMunford,EricRitter,MikeVottis,KeithRafferty,KenSteele,Paul andBethBackuswereabsent.MarkTayler,James Din g1ey,andChar1ie Mit chellwereabsentwithapr0xy Themeetingwasadjournedat12:47.The31stMeetingwascalledtoorderat 47on March13.RollcallwastakenandBillSpinelli,KevinMcCluskey,VinnyRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 15 March16,1983Casasanta,CarolynTighe,JeffWebster,SheldonMunford,MikeVottis,KeithRafferty,andBethBackuswereabsent.MarkTayler,JimDingley,LindaHoo,EricRitterandCharlieMitchellwereabsentwithaproxy.RickLeeaddressedtheSenateaboutMarch9,1983 whenhewenttoAlban ywith JimTierney andlobbiedagainstthebudgetcuts Theyvisited8senatorsofficesandweregiven8differentstoriesaboutSUNY.Thegovernorhasnowcuts2millionmore.Nooneknowsexactlywhatisgoingon.OnMarch16,RickwillagainreturntoAlban ytolobby.The StateUniversitYis100kingfor48milliondollarstobeputbackintothebudget.$22millionwouldstoplayoffs,4millionforthecomputerfee,5milliontosupportcollegeworkstudyprogram,and 17millionwouldrolltuitionbackto$150.RickwastoldthatifSUNYgets15milliontheyarelucky.Thingsareworsenowthaneverbefore.Wemustcontinuetowritethe6toplegislatorsincluding LaValle,Marchi,Cuomo,FinkandSiegel.Sue Muaraskedifweweregoingtoinstituteanotherletterwriti.ngcampaign.Ricksaidthathedidnotthinktherewastimebutifwehadthematerialsandpeopletodoit,itwas a goodidea.JohnBondiaskedifletterwritingshavehad animpact.CraigBensonsaidthatheheardstudentsmentionthattheirparentsreceivedtheletterswhichwesentoutandweregoingtowrite.LEGALAIDS fees-$3115passedOfficesupplies-$200wasBudgetCouncilrecommendation.Itpassedat$200.Bottomlineof$3,315GRE PI LAKEREVIEWPublication-$3,300recommendedbyBudgetCouncil.$3,300passedTransportation-$36fortransp0rtationtoAlban yconference$36passedPostage-$10passedOfficesupp1ies-$25 was rec0mmend edbyBudgetCounci1.The gr0upsaidthattheyhavealreadyused$35thisyearandthattheydidnothaveatypewriteryet.JohnRockwellmotionedfor$50.$50passedbyavoteof16y,3n,2a.Photography-BudgetCouncilfeltthat$40 wasjustifiedanditfeelsthattheissueshouldfocusmore ondrawingsandpoetry.Thegroupsaidthat$40 wouldonlybuy themfilm.Kara YoungRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 16 March16,1983motionedfor$80.Sue Muaraskedwhyitcostsmoretotakepicturesoflargerthings.Thegroupsaidthatthechemicalscostmuchmore.TimGlissensaidthattheyneed$80totakepicturesoflargerobjectsandthegroupshouldnotbelimitedintheirpicturetaking.ScottPosnerthoughtthattheydidnotneedtoputthatmanypicturesintheissue.Hewouldliketoseemorepoetry.LindaHoosaidthattheyshouldconcentrateontheliteraryaspectsofpublicationbecauseyoucannotfinditaroundcampus.JohnRockwellsaidthatweshouldnotinfluencethewaythattheyarrangetheissue.Markcantalessaidthattheyarelookingtoincreasequalityandnotquantityofpictures.Sue Muarsaidthatbudgetingisdoneonlytosupplementtheorganizations.$40isplentyofmoney. $80passedby avoteof14y,6n.Copyright-$Owas recommendedbyBudgetCouncilbecausetheyfeltthatitwasnotSA'sjobtoprotectanindividualswork.ThegroupfeltthatitwasnotrightforstudentswhopaidtheirSAfeetoalsopayforthecopyright.JanineFrainiersaidthatitwasuptotheindividualsinceitwastheirs.$0passedby avoteof14y,2n,2a. Mvertising-$44.80 passedfor2 pageadsinOswegonian.Speaker-$Owasrecommended byBudgetCouncilbecausetheyfeltthatGLR'spurposewastoputoutthepublication.JohnRockwellagreedwiththem.$0passedbyavoteof15y,2n,2a Bottomlineof$3,520.80passedby avoteof17y,3n,Oa.Motiontolowerquarumto13passedbyavoteof9y,6n. ONTPRIAN Officesupplies-$60passedPublications-$14,489passedEditorssalary-$500passedtomaintainpresentsalary Mvertising-$250 passedPhotography-$1183recommended, $528fordarkroom and $655forequipment.Thegroupsaidthatlastyeartheywereallocated to$300 andonly$600isleftnow.Don askedifpeoplesubmittheirownpictures.Thegroupsaidthattheydidbutnotthatmanybecausetheyarenotgivenbackuntilthefollowingsemester.JohnRockwellsaidthattheydidnotneedthreecamerasbecauseifthestafftookgoodpicturestheywouldhavetheirownequipment.Therewas amotiontotablephotographylinesothatthegroupmaycomebackwithabreakdownforrepairsandadditionalphotographicsupplies.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 17 March16,1983Staffenumeration-$400was recommended. Thegroupexplainedthatthisyeartheyhave alargerstaff.00notgiveweeklysalaries.They paypeopleattheendofeachyearforkeepingwiththejob.Sue Muarsaidthatifweregoingtogivethem moneyweshouldknowhowitisgoingtobedivided.DaveVitchsaidthatitshouldbeuptotheeditortoseehowthemoneyissplit.$400passedbyavoteof16y,5n,Oa.Postage-$50passedTelephone-$120passedConference-$Owas recommendedbyBudgetCouncil.MarkCantalesmotionedtoincreaseitto$75becausetheymustgotoGettysbergtoseethatthepublisherisdoingtheproperjob.$75passedbyavoteof14y,3n.Incomelineof$14,050passedOSWEGONI fIN Publication-$19,260passedPostage-$300passedOfficesupplies-$250passedProductionsupplies-$500was recommendedbyBudgetCouncil.Thegroupexplainedthatpriceshave goneupandtheyneednewitemswhicharenotinbudgetlastyear.John Rockwellmotionedfor$555.86anditpassedTelephone-$650passedTransportation-$925passedforcirculationanddelivery.Newsservice-BudgetCouncilrecommended $325becausetheythoughttheyshouldfocusoncampuswidestories.MelanieJanowskyexplainedthatSPSwas anaffiliationbetweenallSUNYschools.RickLeesaidthatthey should obtaininformationaroundthestatebyothermeans.JohnRockwellsaidthatSPSissetupsothattheOswegoniancangetgoodobjective coverage"of everythingacrossthestate.Storiescanlegallybeputintothepaper.DaveMcNalleymotionedfor$725.RickLeesaidthathewasveryconfidentthattheOswegoniandidnotneedoutsideorganizations theyareaveryinvestigativenewspaper.Mark askediftheOswegoniancouldfindstoriesonitsown. Thegrouprespondedbysayingthattherewas atimefactorinvolvedandthattheydidnothavecorrespondents.JohnRockwellsaidthatyou havetoreceiveimmediateinformation.Oswegonianmaynotfindoutaboutituntila weeklater.Feltthat$400isjustified.$325passedby avoteof14y,4n.Studenttypist-$2,342.60passedRenumeration-secretary-$3,506.25passedRenumeration-layoutstaff-$625passedRenumeration-Businessmanager-$645passedRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage 18 March16,1983Renumeration-Editorialstaff-$4,380passedTypesetting-$3,262passedPhotography-$2600was recommendedbutMark motionedfor$2,784.83duetotheincreaseinthepriceofsilver.Itpassedbyavoteof9y,8n.Conference-$150passedbyavoteof16y,2n,laTravel e*penses-$O was recommended andpassedbecauseitwasfeltthatitwasunnecessarytotraveloutsidetheSyracusearea.AfterthevotewastakenBobMonsonsaidthathe Gouldnotbelievethatanewspaperwasfundedat$0fortravelingexpenses.Howaretheysupposedtogetthenews?Typesettingmaintenance-$4,423passedPhotographyreplacement-$OpassedRefunds-$100was recommendedbyBudget KaraYoungfeltthatthislineshouldnotexistbecausethenewspaperneedstobeeffictent.Thegroupexplainedthattoexpectthattherewillnotbe amistakethroughouttheyeariswrong.They have a$20,000advertisingbudgeteveryyear.KenDavismotionedfor$150.MarkCantalessaidthatafullpageadisworth$170 and onemistakecouldwipethewholeaccountout.$150passedIncome-Passedat$20,000Bottomlineof$23,888.94PENDULUMPrinting-BudgetCouncilfelthat6issueswereenoughtomeetcollegeneeds.RossMionsaidthathewouldliketosee8issues,oneforeverymonth.$5040passedTypesetting-Craig Bensonfeltthat6issueswereenoughforaliterarypaper,andthatthislineshouldbebasedon6issues.$420passedProductionsupplies-Therewas amotionfor$178.75.DaveVitchmade afriendlyamendmentfor$150 anditpassedPhotosupplies-$200passedOfficesupplies-$35passedCirculation-ScottPosnersaidthatthiswasnotthetimetobringupanewbudget.$25passedSalaries-$Owas recommended byBudgetCouncilbecausetheyfeltthatsalarieswereunjustifiedatthistime.Ross Mionsaidthattheyallworklonghoursonthepaper.RickLeesaidthatsalaryshouldbeconsideredafterthePendulumisestablished.KaraYoungmotionedfor$200 and said thattheamount wasnotsubstantial.Ross Mionsaidthatitactsasanincentive.$200failedand$0passed.Bottomlineof$5,956.20 failed. Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenatePage19March16,1983Sue thenaskedtheSenatehowtheycouldpasseverylineandnotthebottomline.JulioGraciasaidthattheirsurvivalcoulddependonanewbudgetbeingsubmitted.BrianHartmansaidthathe wouldsubmitanewbudgettofiteverybody.Sue Muarmotionedtorevoteandsaidthatabudgetshouldneverbesubmittedthatwaythatitwas.Sue said thatjustbecauseyoufeelonelineisnotjustifiedyoushouldnot vote noonthebottomline.Ross Miondidnotknowaboutthebudgetprocedureandapologized.CraigBensoncalledthequestionagainandthebottomlinepassed.Kara YoungsaidthatthePendulumdidnotoweuSanapology.Thisiswhythesenateislookeduponasitis.Weareheretohelpthestudents.Meetingadj0urn edat6:40Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateC1erkRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315) 341,3601

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession34thMeetingMarch23,1983 Agenda1.Calltoorder2.Rollcall3.Approvaloftheagenda4.Approvaloftheminutes5.ExecutiveReportsRickLee SueCastrigno6.CommitteeReportsRulesFinanceStudentServicesElectionsSUNYAffairsCommunityRelationsOffCampusCommitteePPBSenatorParentsWeekendCommittee7.OldBusinessBill45Bill46Bill47Bill488.NewBusinessResolution42Bill49Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession34thMeetingMarch23,1983MinutesThemeetingwascalledtoorderat6:04.OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateRollcallwastakenandScottPosner,VinnyCasasantaandSheldonMunfordwereabsent.MarkTayler,CarolynTighe,NancyGoldfarbwereabsentwithaproxy.TheagendawasapprovedwithBill44onspecialorders.Theminuteswereapprovedwithpage13,DaveMcNallysaidthatifwetakeawaytouringwetakeaway apartofbeingaprofessional.EXECUTIVEREPORTSRickLee--Congratulatedallcandidates-Rickhadjustgottenback fromtlbanya fewminutesbeforethemeeting.HesaidthathespoketoSenatorBarclayregardingSUNY,andhesaidthatsome moneywillbeputbackbuttherewillstillbelayoffsandincreases.-Ataxincreaseisnotanimpossiblethinganymore.-Thingsdon'tlookgoodforSUNY.TheStatedeficitisrealandthereislittleflexibility.-Ifanymoneyisreturneditwillbegivenbackbyasupplementalfundafterthebudgetis Thiswillhappenin Jlpril toJuly.-PhilBrousseauthengavethe J\uxil iaryServicesreport.The 19 meal planwillcost$520,360couponplanwillbe$446,and 280 couponplanwillbe$406.Thisreflectsnoincreaseover82-83budget.Therewillbenomore foodpackages.A20unitGuestCoupon bookwillbeissuedandmaybeusedforfamily,friendswhenvisiting.Studentwillhavetopay4%salestaxonit.SueCastrign0-Budgetsareg0ingwe11-IfyouaregoingtobelateornotbeatameetingletSue know.COMMITTEEREPORTSRules-Bill44passed-Bill9ofthe10thlegislativesessionwasreadregardingRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 2 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateabsencesforSenators.Atthistimethecommitteemotionedtohave themcensured.TheSenatorswereSheldonMunford, Carolyn Tighe,andJeffersonWebster.Itpassedbyavoteof18y,2n,7a.JeffersonWebsterexplainedthatheworks onweekendsandcouldnotmakeitforbudgethearings.Heresignedatthistime.SueCastrignoexplainedthattheSenatecouldnottakeanyactionfortherestofthenightbecausetherewouldnotbe33membersintheSenate.JeffersonWebsterthensaidthathewouldresignattheendofthebudgethearingsandthatifOswego had morestudentsforabetterSAthisplacewouldgosomewhere.Finance-SheldonMunford,LindaHoo, andBillSpinelliwereabsent-Bill44passedStudentServices-Workingonevaluationsforteachers.WillestimatethecostandthenbringabilltotheSenate.-LookingintodoingsomethingtohelpOKK.Elections-Wentwell.-Therewasaturnoutofabout37%SUNY fJffairs-No formalreportCommunityRelations-HopedtohavealetterwritingcampaigndowntownoCC-Noone waspresentatthemeeting-ThereisapetitioncirculatingtokeeptheUnion openlater.-KeithRaffertyaskedalloftheon-campussenatorstobringupthecampuswideclean-upattheirdormcouncils.PPB-FridayRockyIIIwas shown-Saturdayinthetavernwas WhereisPapa -PPBisforeveryoneandentertainsSARickLeespokeabouthowitisgoingtobe adifficultyearforSA.HesaidthatstudentswillcometoSAandaskthemtotakeresponsibilitieswhichwillbequestionable.ThebudgetcutswillnotstopanditwillbecrucialthatSAistightnextyear.StudentsRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 3 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenatewillhavetobeunitedandstronginordertogetthingsdone.Whenthereisapublicdisagreement,thenpeoplewillnotbotherwithSA.Thismighthavehappenedthisyearsoweshouldlookbackandlearnfromit.ThereisalotofenergyintheSenateanditshouldbefocusedina morepositivedirection.Bill44-MikeSattlerexplainedthatalloftheclubsdowntownaresponsoringDKKbutthereisavoidand SP. shouldfillit.The moneywillbehelpingDKKbecausetheirhouseburneddown. Will showstudentsofcollegethatSAisworkingforthestudents.MarkCantalessaidthatweshouldpromotethiskindofinteraction.RickLeesaidthatco-sponsorshipisimportant.BillSpinellisaidthatwehavehadhardtimeswiththecommunity andweneedtobuildupourrelationship.Passedbyavoteof28y,On, Oa.Resolution40-MikeDeLarmexplainedthattheRetiredSeniorVolunteerProgramweretheelderlypeoplemaningthepollingboothsduringtheelections.Thiswastheleastwecoulddoforthem.Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Resolution41-JanineFrainierexplainedthatKathy Bloom wasthefirsttobecome an PllAnericaninthehistoryofOswegoState Passedbyavoteofacclamation.Meetingrecessedat6:55.Themeetingwascalledbacktoorderat8:00.WTOPWTOPhas beenrebuiltinthepast6-7weeks.Theoldstructurewasinviolationoffire,building,andelectricalcodes.Programming-BudgetCouncilrecommended $1800whichincludesforpermanentandrentalprograms.JohnRockwellsaidthatthatisonlyenoughforabouttwomoviespermonth and hopedthatsomeone wouldmotionfor$3000.BillSpinellimotionedfor$3000.MarkCantalesexplainedthatweneed morequalityandcontinuousprogramming andaddedastipulationthatthereisamonitorintheformalloungeoftheUnion sothat0Cstudentsmayalsobenefit.DanDiSantissaidthatprogrammingisthemeatofthebudgetandbelievethatpeoplewillwatchit.Thegroupexplainedthattheirgoalistohelpthestudentsbutalsoliketoincreasetheamountofviewersthattheyhave.Sue Muaraddedthatitisaviableresourceon whichisnotusedenough.Karen McCarthysaidthatshereallzedprogrammingisimportantbutitshouldhappenRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 4 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateonagradualbasis.Shouldlookintothepossibilityoftradingwithothercolleges.BillSpinellimotionedfor$2400 and a twominutetimelimitwas set onthedebate.EricRittersaidthatyouhavetohaveprogrammingtoestablishanaudienceand hopedthatsomebody wouldmotionfor$3000.BillSpinellithenmotionedfor$3,000anditpassedbyavoteof12y,9n,2a.Production-Passedat$50.Publicity-$155.56wasrecommendedbyBudgetCouncilbecauseadvertisingintheMessengerisnotnecessarysincetheyarenotanOCservice.MarkCantalesmotionedfor$277.16andsaidthatTOPmustdowntown.DanDiSantissaidthattheyalsoneedtoadvertiseoncampus.Therewas afriendlyamendmentfor$355.56forposters.Itwasnotaccepted.Sue Muarcalledthequestionand$155.56passed.Telephone-$400passedBroadcastoperationsandengineering-$1852.71recommended.ThegroupexplainedthattherackthattheyhavenowisnotsufficienttoholdVTR's.Cannotconstructonefor$100,andtheywouldhavetocheckonthecostofmaterials.TherewasamotionbyBillSpinellitoreducequorumto14 anditpassedbyavoteoflly,3n,2a.MarkCantalessaidthattherewas apossibilityofitbeingbuiltbutnotfor$100 sotheyshouldgobackandfindout.Mike DeLarmsaidthattheywereaskingforsomethingthattheyreallydon'tneed.JohnRockwellsaidthattelevisionrunsonequipment.Thisisayearlypartofengineeringexpense.Need aprofessionallybuiltrack.Engineeringneedstobeboughtonacontinuingbasisand wouldliketosee$495backintothebudget.Therewasa twominutespeakerlimit.Mike DeLarmmotionedfor$1752.71totakeout$100fortherack.Wethenwentlinebyline.Awasfundedat$0.Bwasfundedat$816.Cwasfundedat$50.DJohn Rockwellmotionedfor$495 anditfailed.Passedat$0.E-JohnRockwellsaidthatthestationneeds4lightsinordertoproperlylight.ThegroupexplainedthattheyneedqualitylightingbeforetheycaneventhinkaboutgoingOC.Kara Youngfeltthattheyshouldget4lights.Kevin McCluskeymotionedfor$800.DanDiSantissaidthatthequalityofproductionisnotasimportantasthequalityofthenews.RickLeesaidthathewouldliketoseeTOPcompetewithChannel5inSyracusebutwemustdeeidehowmuchwewanttoaccomplishinone year. Mike Nemeceksaidthattheimprovementshouldbedonegraduallyandthattheyonlyneedtwo.SueMuar movedthequestionand $800failed.$400passedbyavoteof13y,4n,la.Lightbulbspassedat$120.F-Mwerefundedasrequested.Linepassedat$1752.71.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-Presidentpage 5 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateNewsdepartment-$1428passed.Consultingengineer-$1400wasrecommended.Thegroupexplainedthatnolicensedengineerwillcomeinforthisamountofmoney.Hehasdoneanadequatejobandputsinmorethan10hoursaweek.John Rockwellsaidthatotherprofessionalswantatleast$30 anhour.$2100isjustified.MarkCantalesmotionedfor$2100 andsaidthatthis persom isanintricalpartoftheorganization.DanDiSantismotionedfor$1900.BillSpinellisaidthatTOPhad alotofprioritiesandaskedifwecouldreconsidersomeotherlinesthatwerealreadypassed.SueCastrignosaidnotatthistime.JenniferWichsersaidthatsincetheprofessionaltaughtthemhowtofixthings,couldn'ttheydoitthemselves.Thegroupsaidthattheydon'thaveaccesstoequipment.KenKirschsaidthathewantedthestationtoexpandinalldirectionsandthatitwasuptotheSenatetodecidewhichwaytogo.Itshouldbebasedon ameritincrease.MarkCantalesmotionedfor$1512.PeteSawyersaidthatiftheywerefundedat$1400thenwecanhavefunfindinganengineer.$1512failedbyavoteof7y,IOn.$1400passedbyavoteof11y,5n.Postage-$95recommended.MarkCantalesmotionedfor$200sincewealsoincreasedprogrammingandtheygohandinhand.$200passed.Maintenance-$1000passed.Officesupplies-$225passedIncomeline-Thegroupwasveryupsetatthispointsincetheyfelttheywerenotgettingthemoneythattheydeserved.Theystatedthatiftheydon'tgetanewengineer,TOPmaynotberunningandthatifequipmentkeepsbreakingtheyaregoingtokeep comingbacktotheSenate.JohnRockwellsaidthattheyonlyaskedforwhattheyneededtorunthestationwith.Cuttingoutequipmentwhichisintegraliswrong.CraigBensonsaidthatifequipmentwasneededtorunthestation,thentheSenatewouldpassabilltogetitfixed.MichaelNemeceksaidthatitwasnotproperatthistimetoreopenthelines.BillSpinellisaidthatinthebeginninghewasmisconstruedand wouldliketoseeitreopen.JeffCarrsaidthetheyconstantlytoldtheSenatetheyhad manyprioritiesand wasagainstthemreconsideringthelines.Incomepassedat$200.Bottomlineof$9411.27BLACKFRIARSlighting-$900passedCostume-$4500passedSets,etc-$8000passedRoom208HewittUnion-Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentOfficeofthePresidentoftheSenatePage 6 March23,1983Photo-$700passedRecep./subscrip.-$100passedwithastipulationthatpartofitisusedfor pageadtolookfornewmembers. Publicity-$1000passedSound-$500passedRoyalties-$1110passedTreasurer-$300passedStudenttheatre-$1800passedIncome-$4000recommendedbyBudgetCouncil.KenKirschexplainedthatitonlychangesthenetamountofmoneygiventoanorganization.Thegroupsaidthatiftheincomelinewasraisedthentheywould havetothinkaboutraisingthepriceoftheirtickets.EricRittermotionedfor$3500 sothatthepricesmaystaylow.BillSpinelliagreedwiththe$4000 andaddedastipulationthatifthe$4000wasnotmetthenitwouldbeunequitabletotakeitoutoftheirbudget.$3500failed.$4000passedbyavoteof12y,5n,1a.Meetingadjournedat12:30.The33rdmeetingwascalledtoorderonMarch19,1983at12:43.RollcallwastakenandLindaHoo, KevinMcCluskey,CarolynTighe,JohnRockwell,SheldonMunford,CharletteDrnek,CharlieMitchell,MikeVottis,KeithRaffertyandKenSteelewereabsent.MarkTayler,ScottPosner,VinnyCasasantaand KaraYoungwereabsentwithaproxy.PPB-LECTURESERIESProf.services-Majorspeakerspassedat$9000.MikeSattlersaidthattheywouldlikeanother$1000forminorspeakersbecausetheyareabout$1500each.JimDingleymotionedfor$3000.KenKirschremindedtheSenatethatthisyeartheywerefunded$10,000and had 7speakers.Thegroupexplainedthatthereisabigdemandforbigspeakersandthatiswhytheycostalot.Mike DeLarmsaidthattheyshouldtrytogetsomemoneyfromclubs.Sue Muarfeltthattheydeservethe$1000more.DaveFoleycalledthequestionand $3000failedbyavoteof6y,9n,1a.BethBackuscalledthequestionand $2000passedbyavoteof15y,4n,1a.Club'speakerpassedat$500.Prof.Speakerspassedat$11,500.Supp.services-Thegroupexplainedthattheywouldliketotakeaspeakertoaniceplaceto eat. $7paysforabout ofthemeal andthereforewouldliketoseeitraisedto$10formealsforboardRoom208HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 7 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenatemembers. Sue MuaraskedwheretheyusuallywenttoeatandthegroupsaidWoolseys.She wouldliketosee$10foreachboardmember.DanDiSantiswasalsoinsupportoftheincrease.MikeSattlerexplainedthattheyneedairfairfor4people,carsforsix,anddinnersfor6.They havetogotoSyracusetopickupeveryspeakerotherwtsetheyhavenowayofgettinghere.Janinemotionedfor$1286.BethBackusexplainedthattheywerebudgetedfor7speakerslastyearandonly4ofthemflewinandsaidthatshecouldnotunderstandwhytheyneeded4airfaresiftheywereonlybudgetedfor4speakers.Thegroupsaidthattheyallwouldflyinnextyear.$1286passed.Promotion-SueMuarexplainedthatadvertisingisveryimportant.Thegroupsaidthatitwasridiculoustobudgetfor4speakersbutnoadvertisingforit.CannottakeoutoneadintheOswegonianandexpectthattobeenough.JimDingley.motionedfor$691.20andsaidthatthesame amountofstudentsshouldbeattractedforeachspeaker.Sue MuargaveafriendlyamendmenttodroponeofthefiveOswegonianadsanditwasaccepted.Motionnowat$668.80anditpassedbyavoteof12y,6n.Personnel-$OpassedBottomlineof$13,454.80PPB-ADMINISTRATIONACCOUNTSTelephone-$2700passedMemberships/sub.-$529passedOfficesupplies-$300passedExecdir-$740passedConferences-$2059passedBottomlineof$6,328.PPB-PUBLICITYOswegonianads-$627.20passedSpecialpromotions-$576.70passedSupplies-$114.54passedBottomlineof$1318.44PPB-CINEVISIONSProfServices-BudgetCouncilsaidthattherewas anexcessoffilmshowingseachweek andtheywantedtocutdownonquantityandnotquality.Shouldallowotherclubsandorganizationstomake use ofthe.ballroom.JimDingleymotionedfor$15120for24Fridaynight :he group thatclubscannotafford$630fora .MlkeDeLarm andR1CvanDonselbothagreedwithBudgetCouncil.TlmGllssenfeltthatwereareheretovoteforourconstitutantsRoom208HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 8 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateandthatattendanceatPPBmoviesareourconstitutants.Sue Muarfeltthat werwere notallowingclubsenoughtimetoputonevents.Supported20films.PeteSawyer made afriendlyamendmentfor22filmsat$13,860.ThegroupsaidthatithasbeenatraditionthroughtheyearsthatPPBhas aFridaynightmovie.Everyclubthathas hadFridaynightfilmshaswalked awaydisappointedbecausetheydon'tmake money. ThefilmsshouldbelefttoPPB.$13,860passedbyavoteoflOy,9n,2a.Saturdayfilms-BudgetCouncilrecommended$2,300.KenKirschfeltthattheyshouldbefundedat$0becausethefilmsareshowninthetavernanditispartofAuxiliaryServices.Janinemotionedfor$0 andsaidthatifASwantstobringmorepeopleintothetavernthentheyshouldpayforit.Dan ntissaidthatthetavernwouldnotpay andthatAShasnotbeenapproachedwiththefundingyet.SueCastrignosaidthatthislinecannotbebasedonthefactthat AS willorwillnotpayforitiftheyhavenotbeenapproachedyet.JimDingleysaidthatKenKirschshouldnotinfluenceeverybody.Weshouldvoteforwhatourconstitutantswant.TimmotionedtohaveittableduntilWednesdaybutitfailed.KarenMcCarthysaidthatitwasridiculoustofundat$0 andthatBudgetCouncil'srecommendationwasgood.Mike Nemecek wasagainst$0becausetheSaturdaymoviesarepackedanditisabigservice.SueCastrignosaidthateverybodywasconcernedifASwillpayforaservicewhichisfullyutilized.ShesuggestedthatitwasfundedatBudgetCouncilrecommendationandputastipulationonitthatitgoestoASandiftheyfunditthe$2,300willgotocontingencyfund.JanineFrainierthenmadethatmotion.$20,780passedby avoteof14y,3n,Oa.Tuesdayfilms-$4000passedPostage-$620passedSupportingSvcs-$217passedEquipmentmain.-$830passedPromotion-$940passedPersonnel-$712passedforFridaynight,$80passedforTuesday.Security-$135passedProjectionist-$432passedPersonnelat$1359Incomeline-$12,063passedBottomlineof$24,126PPBCONCERTCOMMITTEERegenerativebudgetpassedwiththestipulationthatthelargeconcernnotbescheduledforthelastshow.ProfessionalSvcs-$25,000passedRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 9 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateSupportingSvcs.-$27,488recommendedbyBudgetCouncil.Thegroupexplainedthatifthedon'thavethegeneratortheycannothavetheshows.Otherwisetheyruntheriskofblowingfuses,etc.PeteSawyermotionedfor$28,288anditpassedPromotion-$3,466passedPersonnel-$940recommended.JimDingleymotionedfor$56becausehefeltthatticketsdonotconstitutepayment.Itpassedbyavoteof9y,7n,2a.Bottomlineof$996passedIncomelineof$24,800passedBottomlineof$57,750passedPPBIMPROMPTUProfSvcs-$12,200passedSupp.Svcs-$1,588.63passedPromotion-$921.58passedPersonnel$450passedIncomeline$2,200passedQuorumloweredto15.PPBFINEARTSProfSvcs-$17.500recommendedwhichwas adecreaseof1smallshowat$3,500.Thegroupsaidthat$21,000wouldprovidehigherqualityshows. dim Dingleymotionedfor$21,000becausehefeltthatweneed morefineartsoncampus.$21,000failedand$17,500wasbackonthefloor.DaveVitchexplainedthattheycanstillhavehighqualityshows,andthatwearejusttakingonaway.$17,500passedbyavoteof12y,5n.SuPP.Svcs.-$3,595recommended andTylerArtGallerywasfundedat$0.JimDingleymotionedtoincreaseTAGto$300.Sue MuaragreedwithBCorelsewewouldbeputtingmoneyintosomethingthestateowns.JimDingleymotionedfor$125 andBethBackusaddedthestipulationthatanythingpublishedhadtohaveSA'sname onit.$125passedbyavoteof13y,3n.SuPP.Svcs.fundedat$3720.Promotion-$2131passedPersonnel-$448passedIncomeline-$3,800recommended.Thegroupsaidthat with fourshowstheycannotreachit.Theyarehavingproblemsmeeting$3,500now. SueMuarpointedoutthatSleepingBeautywillbe apackedhouseand mostwillbe fromthecommunitywhich are-higher pricedtickets.JimDingleysaidthatwedon'tknowifalargepartofthecommunitywillbethere.CanraiseitnextyearaftertheSenateseeswhatRoom208HewittUnion-Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 10 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenatehappens.JimDingleymotionedfor$3,500anditpassedbyavoteoflOy,6n.AtthispointPeteSawyer,MichaelNemecek,DonCorbett,Sue Muar,JulioGracia,JenniferWichser,TimGlissen,DanDiSantis,BethBackus, Mike DeLarm, NancyGoldfarb,DonAmmann,RicvanDonsel,HeidiStamback,JimDingleyandJanineFrainierwerepresent.WhenKenKirschwasaskedifhewasreadyherepliedIIIl malwaysready!IIPPB-THIRDWORLDThegroupaskediftheycouldhaveallaccountscombinedintoone.BudgetCouncilfeltthatitwas a goodideaandthatitwouldgivethemflexibilitytoworkwithintheirownbudget.ProfSvcs-$7000passedSuppSvcs-$1075passedPromotion-$600recommended. Thegroupsaidthattheactsareflnotwellknownandthereforeneed alotofadvertising.JenniferWichsermotionedfor$724becausethestudentsneedtolearnabouttheacts.DanDiSantissuggestedafriendlyamendmentfor$650 anditwasaccepted.$650passedbyavoteof9y,6n,1aPersonnel-$180passedbyavoteof11y,2n,2a.IncomeLine-$975passedBottomlineof$8905Meetingrecessedat5:15.WOCRGroupdiscussionbeganat1:20sincetherestillwasnotquorumintheroomatthistime.Thelineswillbevotedonlaterwhen quorumispresent.News-$1400isrecommendedbyBudgetCouncil.Ifmore moneyisneededtocompetewithUPIitwillbeconsideredinabilltotheSenate.$1400passed.Music-$575recommendedforcontractsandmusiclibrary.MichaelBrittoexplainedthatalbumsgetwornoutandtheymustbereplacedandalsonewalbumsmust bebought.PeteSawyeraskedhow many:: recordsarestoleneachyear.About40.BethBackusaskedwhattheirsecurityisand wastoldthatitistrust,thatcertainalbumsarelockedupandthatallradiostationshavethesameproblem.DanDiSantisaskedhowmanyalbumstheygetwiththecontracts.Cannottell.Sometimes4,sometimes10.JanineFrainiermotionedfor$775.KenKirschsaidthathewasagainstthemotion.MoneyRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentOfficeofthePresidentoftheSenatePage 11 March23,1983shouldbeusedthroughouttheyear.Heaskedwhytheycontinuethecontractserviceiftheyarenotsatisfiedwiththemusictheyarereceiving.MichaelBrittosaidthatsometimestheydogetgoodmusic.MichaelNemeceksaidthatweshouldnotfund them!1!this muchiftheyarehavingproblemskeepingthemusicdownthere.CraigBensoncalledthequestionand $775failedbyavoteof3y,8n,1a.JulioGraciamotionedfor$700becausehesaidthemoneyshouldbeusedtoexpandtheaudience.Everybody1istenstoWOCR.TimGlissensaidthatloosingmusicwillhappenandisvalid.Needprogressivemusicsothatitappealstoavarietyofaudiences.$700failedbyavoteof4y,7n,1a.$575passedbyavoteof7y,3n,2a.Magazines-$260passedEngSalary-$1400passesIBAmembership-$100passedIBSconvention-BudgetCouncilrecommended $75for3people.DanDiSantissaidthattheyshouldalsogettravelmoneysinceitishelpinWashingtonD.C.MichaelNemecek andJohnBondibothfeltthat$75 wasfair.Thegroupexplainedthattheyspent$300 ontheconventionandthattheyhadtogoinordertorepresentWOCR.Learnedatremendousamount.DanDiSantisaddedastipulationthatthe$75 beusedfor1-3people.$75passedbyavoteof11y,In,Oa.Postage-Passedat$50byavoteoflOy,2n,1a.Telephone-$1700passedOfficesupplies-$325passedProduction-passedat$30015%Salescommission-MichaelBrittoexplainedthatitishardtoholdontosalespeopleandthatacommissionwould be anincentive.Quorum wasnowintheroom sotherewas amotiontopassalllines.Itpassedbyavoteof11y,4n,1a.JeffCarrwasinfavorofthe15%commission.MichaelBrittosaidthatnobodywantstosellexceptforseniorsbecausetheywanttoputitontheirresume.Passedbyavoteof7y,5n,4a.Promotion-$458.60passedfor6 pageads,41/8ads,and $70forhockeyplaybi11Main/Eng-$1000passedEquipment$780passedEngstudy-IfSAisseriouslyconsideringgoingFM,thisisnecessary.DaveVitchaskedhowmuchitwouldcosttogoFM. Brittosaid$35-40,000dollars.ThisstudywilltellushowtodoitintheguidelinesofFCCanditwillnotbe astudent.$0passedIncomeline-KarenMcCarthyexplainedthatsincetherewas a15%commissionitwouldeffecttheincomeline.CraigBensonmotionedtomakeit$5000.Janinesuggestedthatitbeleftat$4000becausewedonotknowiftheincentivewillwork.Iftheydon'tmakeit,itRoom208HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentOfficeofthePresidentoftheSenatePage 12 March23,1983willhurtWOCR.BethBackussaidtoleaveitat$5000becausethegroupsaidtheincentivewouldhelpsales.KarenMcCarthysaidtogowiththe$4000becausetheyhavenotmettheirincomelineasofyetthisyear.$5000failesand $4000passed.Bottomlineof$8,763.60Motiontolowerquorumto11passed.COLLEGEBANDInsurance-$210passedConcertPromotions-$120passedMusic-$150passedEquipment-$550passedUniformupkeep-$200passedBottomlineof$1230passed.COLLEGEMIXEDCHORUSPoster,Publicity-$60passedMusicrental-$250passedBottomlineof$310passedCraigBensonsaidthatJSUwillnotbe cominginforabudgetthisyear.RAPECRISISCENTEROfficeSupplies&Adv.-$300recommendedwith4 pageads.BethBackuscalledquestionand $300passedEducation-$170recommended andpassedPostage-$25recommended,Thegroupexplainedthatthefilmscostmoneytosendback.BudgetCouncilrecommendedthattheyusemorefilmssonowtheyneed morepostage.PeterSawyermotionedfor$35 anditpassed.Transportation-$30passedBottomlineof$535.JAZZ/LABBANDMusic-$250recommended andpassedPublicity-$60recommendedwithstipulationthatforeachconcerttheyhave pageadintheOswegonian.$60passedBottomlineof$310.SOLIDSTATEMusic-Thegroupexplainedthatthepriceofmusicisgoingupanditisboringtheplaythesamethingsoverandoveragain.Passedat$350.Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentPage 13 March23,1983OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateEquipment-$600recommended. John RockwellsupportedBudgetCouncilrecommendation.$600passedConcerts-$600recommended.DanDiSantisaskedwhatcostsareincurredduringtheconcertand wastoldlighting,sounds,publicity.Allthingsaregoingupand $800generallyreflectstheseincreases.Danfeltthatthelineshouldbeincreased.$600passedRepairs-$500recommended andpassed.Insurance-$210passedBottomlineof $2,260. Thegroupexplainedthattheyweregiventhesame amountofmoneylastyearandthatbecauseofthistheycannotmaintainthequalitythattheyareatnow. Askediftheycanhave moneyfora bustogotoSUasanexchangeprogram.MichaelNemeceksaidthatitshouldbebroughtuptotheSenateintheformofabill.Meetingadjournedat5:20.Respectfullysubmitted, JocelynSokolski,SenateClerkRoom208HewittUnion-Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSessionBill1PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationfiscalyearrunsfromJuly1toJune30,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationcannotfunctionwithoutanannualbudget,andWHEREAS,the17thLegislativeSessionSenatehaspreparedabudgetforthe1981-82year,andWHEREAS,thesaidbudgetistheproductofmanyhoursofhardworkandheateddebate,andWHEREAS,thelargemajorityinvolvedinthepreparationandapprovalofthebudgetagreethatitisthebestpossiblebudgetthatcouldbedrawnup,consideringallthecircumstancesasevidencedbythepassageofBill50bythe17thLegislativeSession,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthisSenateapprovesandadoptsasitsownthe1982-83budgetasapprovedandtransmittedbythe17thLegislativeSession.SUBMITTEDBY:RickLeeLaureenRyanSE ATEACTIONVoteof 22y/On/labs SPONSOREDBY:CraigBenson '-:L PresidentDatePresentedtoPresidentApri127,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril21,1982Bill2PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,PPBrequireslargeamountsofstagingfortheirperformers,andWHEREAS,theoldstagingisinsufficientandcausesPPBtorentstagingwhichincreasestheirexpenses,andWHEREAS,theoldstagingisunsafeandcouldcausephysicalharmtoperformersresultingina lawsuit,andWHEREAS,acquiringthenewstagingwouldgenerateadditionalincome,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof13,659betransferredfromFixedAssetReplacementAccount#891toPPBStagingAccount#tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbillforthepurchaseofsaidstagingasenumeratedbelow:Twenty-four(24)2-legged3011-5611ShowmasterStagingunits#11C161@407.00eachTwo(2)4-legged3011-5611showmasterstagingunits#11C165@517.00each9,768.001,034.00Sixty-four(64)Unit-to-Unit Su....... ,'(TEe:.a.y:ppBllo,,),s,o&t;-l>Bv;c., \ "'" I \Coe;SA-T\LE"ACTION voteof27y/On/1abs DATETO PRESIDENTApril27,1982 clamp@37.00each2,368.00TOTALEQUIPMENT13,170.00SHIPPING489.00GRANDTOTAL13,659.00 Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSessionBill3PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,WOCRisOswego'sonlystudentownedandoperatedradiostation,andWHEREAS,WOCRhasbeennominatedfortheU.P.I.BoardofGovernors1981awardforthebestnewscastinasmallmarketstation, and WHEREAS,thehonorofreceivingthisnominationhasnotbeenbestoweduponWOCRoranyotherstudentownedandoperatedradiostationinthepast15years,andWHEREAS,WOCRhasbeenselectedfromover4,500applicants,themajorityof which werecommercialstationsacrossNewYorkState,andWHEREAS,itisonlyproperthatthepersonsresponsibleforthisgreatachievementbepresenttorepresentourcollegeandthestationatthisreception,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatthesumof$betransferedfromContingencyAccount#890toWOCRConventionAccount#337tosend2peopletoNewYorkCitytorepresentourschoolatthisevent.Brokendownasfollows:Reimbursementorentryfee2peopletogotoreception 100$135SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:SENATEACTIONVoteof27y/On/OabsRickLeeJohnStemtin(AssistantNewsDirectorWOCR)TimHoran(NewsDirectorWOCR) 11 ikeMurrayCraigBensonRickOatePre5entedtoP YJfOcfu,iMlJitwitt Union_Oswego,NewYork13126A1 1121982Phone(315)341pr,,.

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril7,1982Bill4PresidentoftheSenateUHEREAS,money, wasleftoverfromtheFallFestAccount,andWHEREAS,ticketpriceswentupadollarthisyearfortheSeniorClamBake,andWHEREAS,wewouldliketomaintaintheticketpriceforallstudents,therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,thattheamountof$1,.100.00betransferedfromFallFestAccount#897toClam BakeAccount#576tosupplementticketpricesforallstudents.---SUgMITTEDBY:LaureenRyanSPONSOREDBY:BillRistoffSENATEACTIONVoteof22y/4n/Oabs.DatepresentedtothePresidentApril13,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession2ndNeetingApril7,1982Bill5PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS.the:oncertBand wouldliketoattendtheSUNYFestivalofWindsatSUNYPotsdamonApril15-17,andWHEREAS,thiswillrequirefundsinexcessofthe$1,690.00allocatedtotheConcertBandAccount#373 within theUMObudget,andWHEREAS,thereisanexcessoffundsintheUMOaccount#370fortheChamberSingers,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegothatthesumof$671.20betransferedfromAccount#370toAccount#373forthepurposeofattendingtheSUNYFestivalofWinds.Submittedby:ConnieLinslerSusanRuehleSponsoredby: Maria CristinaGarciaSENATEACTIONVoteof24y/On/OabsDatePresentedtothePresident April12,_ 1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState College atOswego Senate 18thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril21,1982 Bill6PresidentoftheSenate WOCR Campus providesavitalservicetothiscampuswithinformation,news,music,andspecialprogramming,and WOCR providesalearningexperienceforthosestudentsinterestedinradioandbroadcasting.and vitalequipmentfor isinneedofreplacementtoinsurethecontinuedoperationof therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudent 'ssociation SenateoftheStateUniversityof York College of,'\rtsandScienceat 0swego thatthesumof$10.853betransferredfromFixedAsset Account#891to wacr EquipmentAccount#,to be establisheduponthepassageofthisbill,for purchaseofsaidequipmentasenumeratedbelow: Tea creel33400rXlO$588 Optimod-FM rlodel8000:'\................................... 2,50'JCatel FM modulatorw/widebandinput..845Spotmastertripledeckercartmachine..................2,4758channelL pr S1 ....................................4,195Patchfie1dmodel#16343................................. 150TOTAL$10,753 SHIPPING 100 TOTAL $10,853 SUB ITTED 13 Y: wac R SPONSORED BY:CraigBenson SENATE Voteof29y/On/OabsDatePresentedtothePresident 6,1982

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SSOCIATION Stud2nt AssociationStateUniversity Colleg2 at Oswego Senate18thLegislativeSession4th eetingApril28,1982 ill7PresidentoftheSenate The Student AssociationallotsthePresidentasalarybasedon 28 weeks,and, RickLeeisthePresidentoftheStudentAssociatiGn,andwillbeactingassuchfromJune14thuntilAugust31st,and,WHEREAS,Therearea numberofprojectsforRicktowork onthatwillbenefittheStudentAssociationandthecollege. ;herefore, BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof New YorkCollegeof Arts andScienceat Oswego thatthesum$600.00betransferredfromcontingencyaccount890toPresidentialSalaryaccountnumbertobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbill,contingentupon summeremployment. 3Y: RickLee SPONSOREDBY: CraigBensonSENATEACTIONVoteof29y/On/OabsDatePresentedtothePresident 0,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341 --------------------------------,...--

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociation State CollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession4thMeetingApril28,1982Bill8PresidentoftheSenateWllEREAS,TheStudentl\ssociationallotstheVice'Presidentasalarybasedon28weeks,and, SueCastrignoistheVicePresidentofthe.StudentAssociation,andwillbeactingassuchfromJune14thuntil August 31st,and,WHEREAS,Therearea ofprojectsforSuetowork onthatwillbenefittheStudentAssociationandthecollege.Therefore,BeitenactedbytheStudent SenateoftheStateUAiversityofNewYorkCollegeof Artsand ScienceatOswegothatthesum $45Q.00 betransferredfromcontingencyaccount890toVicePresidentialSalaryaccountnumbertobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbill,contingentupon summeremployment. SURMITTED BY:SueCastrignoSPONSOREDBY: Mike NemecekSENATEACTIONVoteof28y/On/1absDatePresentedtothePresident ay6,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341 -

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState Collegeat Senate18thLegislativeSession5th May5,1982 Bill 9 W.T.O.P.hasoverextendedtheirbudget,andPresidentoftheSenate Therewas acommunicationsbreakdownbetween W.T.8.P. and w.o.c.n. overbillingfortheU.P.I.service,and WHEnEAS, Thishasbeenanunforeseencircumstance and measureshaveheentakentoavoidcircumstancessuchasthisinthefuture,therefore, Be it 2nacted bytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof Mew YorkCollegeofArtsandScienceat Oswego thatthesum of$859.47be transferredfromcontingencyaccount#890toWTOPnewsaccount#340forthepaymentoftheU.P.I,billfor1q81-1982., BY: FinanceCommittee ACTIONVoteof22y/On/5abs PresentedtothePresident 6,1982Room205HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState CollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession5thMeeting May 5,1982Bill10PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,an ad hoccommitteewasdevelopedforthesolepurposeoforganizinga "WelcomebacktoOswego"for SUCO stude'ntsfestivalnextSeptember10,and WHEREAS, manygroupssuchasthe DOEP,S,The ChamberofCommerce,ThirdCurriculum,StudentsLifeOfficearecontributingeffortsandfundstomakethiseventasuccess,andWHEREAS,itisinthebestinterestoftheStudentAssociationtocontributetoanyactivitysuchasthiswhichwillenhancecommunityrelations,and WHErEAS, theStudentAssociation wDuld liketocontributebyfundingashuttlebus from campusthroughtown from4:3011:00pm ontheabovedate,therefore, 3e itenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothattheamountof$250 betransferredfromContingencyAccount #890 toanaccounttobeestablisheduponthepassageofthisbillforthepurposeofashuttlebus.SlJ B TTEDBY:Ric k Lee SueCastrignoSenate BY:CommunityRelations SENATE ACTIONVoteof25y/On/OabsDatePresentedtoPresident t4 ay10,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill31Page 2UPSTATETournamentfortwodaysPresidentoftheSenate 225VanRentalInsurance.20cpermil egasallotmentTOTAL$70.0010.0045.0022.50$147.50Account497(GameCosts)UnionFee:$65.0065.00GRANDTOTAL$460.50SUBMITTEDBY:JanetTimlin.TreasurerofWomen's RugbySPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonSENATEACTIONVoteof26y.In.1aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember10.1982RickLee.S.A.PresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20tht1eetingDecember8,1982Bill32PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSenatehastosetdatesfortheSpringelections,andWHEREAS,allSenateseatsandpositionsofPresident,VicePresident,AuxiliaryServices,FacultyAssembly,andSASUdelegatesmustbefilledbytheelection,andWHEREAS,theElectionsCommitteehasagreedupondatesfortheSpringelection,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheSpringelectionsscheduleforthe1983Springelectionswillbeasfollows:2-3-832-14-832-17-833-14-833-14-83to3-15-83PetitionsbecomeavailablePetitionsdueatStudentAssociationofficeat3:00p.m.Officialslatepostedat12:00noon.Campaigningbeginsatnoon.Allcampaigningendsatpollingplacesat8:00a.m.Electionsheldinalldorms andHewittUnion.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341 \'i

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONBi1132Page 2Thisbillsupersedesallpreviouslegislation.PresidentoftheSenateSPONSOREDBY:JeffWebsterDonAmmannCharlotteDrnekScottPosnerNeilCohen James Di.ngley Dave McNally Mike NemecekItshouldbenotedthatElectionsCommitteewithdrewsponsorshipofthisbill.SENATEACTIONVoteof20y,3n,2aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember10,1982RickLee,S.A.PresidentRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember15,1982Bill11PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theoff-campusassociationhasmovedit'soffices,andWHEREAS,theorganizationwillfunctionmoreeffectively,andWHEREAS,itwillbecomepossibleforthepara-legalstomaintainconfidentialitywithatelephoneremaininginthesmallerofficeaswellBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothatthesumof$194.38betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885toO.C.A.account#765tocoverthecostofplacinga phoneinthemainofficeandtopayforitsannualcost.SUBMITTEDBY:Jim EvansSPONSOREDBY:BillSpinelliCraigBensonSENATEACTION25y,On, Oa,2pDatePresentedtoPresidentSeptember28,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork1312695.7138.46Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember15,1982Bill12PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSenatehastosetthedatesforthefallelections,andWHEREAS,a numberofSenateseatsmustbefilledbytheelection,BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothatthefallelectionscheduleforthe1982fallelectionswillbeasfollows:9-16-829-29-8210-4-8210-19-8210-19-82PetitionsavailablePetitionsdueat3p.m.Officialslatepostedat12noon.Campaigningbeginsatnoon.Campaigningendsatpollingplacesat8a.m.Electionsbeginat9a.m.and endat7p.m.inalldininghallsandtheunion.Thisbillshallsupersede any andallpreviouslegislation.SUBMITTEDBY:ChrisHuddlestonSPONSOREDBY:BillSpinelliSENATEACTIONVoteof24y,On, 1aDatePresentedto Presddent September20,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thlegislativeSession7thr,1eetingSeptember15,1982Bill13PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theParentsWeekendisafunctionthatinvolvestheentirestudentbody,andWHEREAS,itisbothinformativeandeducationaltobothparentandstudentalike,andWHEREAS,theParentsWeekendCommitteehasexhaustedallotherpossiblesourcesofrevenue,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$132.85betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885totheParentsWeekendCommitteetofundthefollowingitems:100MusicPosters:PrintingPaper500Dinnertickets500PrintedschedulesSUBMITTEDBY:Karen GroveSPONSOREDBY:KevinOsbornMichaelNemecekSENATEACTION12y,12n,2a,1p$39.8510.0018.0065.00$132.85Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession7thMeetingSeptember15,1982Bill14PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheGreatLakeReview,beingthesolerepresentativeofSUCOswegoArt,andespeciallyoftheWritingArtsDepartment,hasbeendeniedFundsbecauseofthemisunderstandingandcarelessnessofthepreviouseditor.WHEREAS,WithoutfundingtheGreatLake Reviewwillnotbeabletogotopress.therefore, Be itenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothatthesumof$2500.00betransferredfromcontingencyAccount#885toGreatLake ReviewAccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).GreatLake ReviewBudget(for2 issues: FallandSpring)PublicationsTransportationOfficeSuppliesPostagePhotographySPONSOREDBY:BrianWaddell$2,400.0010.0040.0020.0030.00$2,500.00SUBMITTEDBY:StaffoftheGreatLake ReviewBILLWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember 29s 1982Bill15PresidentoftheSenateWHEREASsinthefallof1981 aTallscopeMovableScaffoldownedbytheStateofNewYork wasaccidentallydamagedby PPBs anagencyoftheStudentAssociationsandWHEREASsitistheresponsibilityoftheStudentAssociationtoprovidereplacementpartsorareplacement becauseStudentAssociationwasresponsibleforitsdarnage san dWHEREASstheState of' NewYork hasaskedthatthedamagedscaffoldbereplacedorrepairedsthereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothatthesumof$1077.75betransferredfromFixedAssetAccount#886toAccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTEDBY:PPBSPONSOREDBY:FinanceCommitteeSENATEACTIONVoteof 26ysOns 1aDatePresentedtoPresidentOctober 12 s 1982Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober6,1982Bill16WHEREAS,SASUisarecognizedorganizationandfundedbytheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,SASUwillbeholdingit'sfifthannualRayGlassConferencethisweekend,October8,9,and10th,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theconferenceisopentoallstudentsattheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego, andWHEREAS,15studentshavesignedupandareanxioustoattendtheconference,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$80.85betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885toaccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassage bill),forthepurposeofrentingacartogotoRayGlassStudentActionConference.Rentalcost:$20.95perday,3days$62.85Insurancecost:$6perday,3daysSPONSOREDBY:Mike NemecekStipulation-AreportmadetoSenateconference.SENATEACTIONVoteof20y,5n,1a18.00$80.85bysomeonewhowenttothe Oswego,NewYork13126DatePresentedtoPresidentOctober12,1982 -----------------Room205HewittUnionPhone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober13.1982Bill17WHEREAS,theAMVarytypers5404 504 3510arevitaltotheoperationoftheOswegonian,andWHEREAS,thecostincurredwithouttheuseofaservicecontractisfiscallyunsound,andWHEREAS,aneightmonthservicecontractwouldinsurethattheOswegoniantypesettingequipmentwould beproperlymaintainedatthemosteconomicalcosttothe Student Association,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$2.313.33betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885toOswegonianServiceContractAccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SUBMITTEDBY:BobMonson relanie JanowskySPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonFinanceCommitteePresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTIONVoteof27y,On,2aDatePresentedtoPresidentOctober18,1982Room205HewittUnion Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober13,1982Bill18WHEREAS,Intramuralsportscompetitionisanintegralpartofpositivecollegeatmosphere,andWHEREAS,MRAfootballisthemajorcompositionofthefallintramuralsportsprogram,andWHEREAS,MRAfootballcannotberunsuccessfullywithoutafullstaffofqualityreferees,andWHEREAS,therefereesarecurrentlygrosslyunderpaidat$2.50pergame, andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,becauseoftheextremelowpay,refereesdonotshowuptothegamestowork,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885toaccount#471,refereesaccount,forthepurposeofinsuringa smooth andefficientfootballseason.NumberofrefereesNumberofgamesremaining:SalarypergameTotal1240$3.00$40.00SUBMITTEDBY:DanShea,MRAFootballDirectorSPONSOREDBY:MikeSattlerSENATEACTION6y,19n,2aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober20,1982Bill19BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatArticleISectionVoftheStudentAssociationConstitutionbeamendedasfollows:The words "..andnopersonholdinganyotherofficeundertheStudentAssociationshallbe a member theSenateduringhiscontinuanceinoffice."bestricken. ArticleISection'Vtoreadasfollows:"No.Senatorshall,duringthetimeforwhichhewaschosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityofthe-StudentAssociation."SPONSOREDBY:SheldonMunfordMichaelNemecekWITHDRAWNPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity nllege atOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober20,1982Bill20BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthe1982-1983ProgramFund beappropriatedwithatotalallotmentof$14,995.52asenumeratedbelow:PresidentoftheSenateAccountingPhilosophyMeteorologyGermanSpanishSailingAnthropologyO.LA.A.PeaceandJusticeOswegoWildlifeSocietyVeteransPo1isPsychologyYogaOutingRussianKarate$295.00537.00231.00449.00230.00247.50164.10195.00920.00706.10685.00455.0096.00396.32326.50 300.001,071.60NonTraditionalStudentsG.L.R.EconomicsDelSarteChemi stryWritersGuildCatalinaFrisbeeWeightTrainingFrenchStudentArtExhibitionItalianComputerSciencePrelawHistoryGeologyCraftsman601.002,317.4040.00278.00297.00540.00 560.00214.00420.00335.00420.00 400.00240.00161.00441.00147.002-00.00SPONSOREDBY:SENATEACTION12y,On,OaCraigBenson,FinanceCommitteeChairmanDatePresentedtoPresidentOctober19,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober20,1982Bill21WHEREAS,theCampus-wideElectionswereheldforAuxiliaryServicesBoardofDirectorsatLargeSeatand SophomoreSeat,andFacultyAssembly,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegodeclaresthefollowingastheElectionresults:AuxiliaryServiceBoardofDirectorsSophomoreSeat:ScottPosner256At-Large Sea t: Phi 1B}'CUsseau 497FacultyAssemblyPresidentoftheSenateRichardVanDonselSUBMITTEDBY:ElectionCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:NancyL.GoldfarbSueMuarNestorSalaczynskyj454SENATEACTIONVoteof24y,On,laDatePresentedtoPresidentOctober22,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober20,1982Bill22WHEREAS,theSenatehadsetupadateforthe1982FallElections,andWHEREAS,theSenateportionofthe1982FallElectionswasnotconductedduetoaninjunction,andWHEREAS,itisessentialthatelectionsbeconductedforsenators,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesat,Oswegosetthespecificdatespertainingtosaidelectionsasfollows:PresidentoftheSenate11-2-8211-2-82Campaigningendsat8amatallpollingplaces.Electionsbeginat9amand endat7pminLakeside,LittlePage,Mackin dinin halls,Funnellelobby,Cauygalobby,andHewittUnion.Thisbillsupercedesallpreviouslegislation.StipulationthatOswegonianad betakenout.SUBMITTEDBY:StudentAssociationElectionCommitteeSPONSOREDBY:NancyGoldfarbLindaHooMarkContalesSENATEACTIONVoteof24y,2n,1a DatePresentedt n--P-rrp-c:--+ril-a-rrt----------Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession15thMeetingOctober27,1982Bill23PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Studentspay amandatoryStudentAssociationfeeof$75.00perannum, andWHEREAS,involvementisencouragedbytheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,beinginvolvedwouldincludetherighttoattendstaffmeetingsasobservers,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatallboardmeetingsoforganizationsfundedbytheStudentAssociationbeopentoallinterestedstudents.Noncompliancewouldresultinafundfreeze.SPONSOREDBY:Alan RoggenSENATEACTIONVoteof22n,3y,2a,lpRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember 1982Bill24BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatapart"11"beaddedtotheBylawsoftheStudentAssociationConstitutiontoreadasfollows."Theterm"office"shallbedefinedasPresident.VicePresident.TreasurerorSecretaryoranyequivalenttitleofaStudentAssociationorganizationorclub."SPONSOREDBY:SheldonMunfordCraigBensonRulesCommitteeSENATEACTIONVoteof 4aPresidentoftheSenate /'-".-""'-'......r"Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislattveSession16thMeetingNovember3,1982Bill25BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1962FallSenateElections:PresidentoftheSenateOffCampus:Riggs:Johnson:Onondaga:Oneida:Cayuga:Mackin:Funnelle:Waterbury:SPONSOREDBY:StudentSENATEACTIONVoteof24y,On,OaMikeCoots49CarolynWojtkowicz96EricRitter61MarieGalvin97SheldonMunford31Dave McNally 40 JamesDingley84MarkTayler87JulioGracia138ScottPosner138CharletteDrnek92DaveFoley58DonAmmann91CharlieMitchell112 MikeVottis154Nei1Cohen 102 Mike DeLarm106KeithRafferty131 AlanD.Roggen 107 MikeSt.Leger110AssociationElectionsCommiteeDATEPRESENTEDT Of-----+JP'itR-FE-s-S+!frOFErN-'Hf-----------November4,1 205Hewitt UnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember 10, 1982Bill26WHEREAS,TheStudentAssociationSenateistheultimaterepresentativeofthestudents,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationSenatelacksa methodofIIcheckingllontheorganizationsitisresponsiblefor,thereforePresidentoftheSenateBeitenactedby StudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationSenatebeempoweredwiththerightofIIfiringlltheprincipalexecutive,(definedaspresident,editor,director,oranyanalogousterm),ofanyorganizationitallocatesfundsto.TheStudentAssociationSenateshallbecapableoffiringthelIexecutivellbyayesvoteofasimplemajority.SPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaWITHDRAWrJRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember17,1982Bill27WHEREAS,aproxyholdsalltheresponsibilitiesanddutiesofanelectedSenator,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,aproxyhasthepowerofvotingandspeakingasdoesanelectedSenator,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothataproxycomplywithallrulesandregulations,includingtheSAConstitutionandbylaws,thatanelectedSenatorisexpectedto.SPONSOREDBY:RulesCommitteeNeilCohenSENATE ACTION Voteof28y,On,3aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember4,1982Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember 1, 1982 Bi1128PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thecurrent con stituti -0 nallawsdon0tallowpersonsholdinganoffice(i.e.President,VicePresident,Treasurer,Secretary,etc.)ofa Stodent Associationclubororganizationtoserveasasenatorwhileincontinuanceofthatoffice,andWHEREAS,someofourmostactivesenatorsinthepastandpresenthaveheldandhold positions,andWHEREAS,tolimitthesepeopletoonlyoneofficewouldbeagreatinjusticenotonlytothembutalsototheSenate,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatArticleISectionVoftheStudentAssociationConstitutionbeamendedasfollows:The words "an d mo personholdinganyotherofficeundertheStudentAssociationshallbe a memberoftheSenateduringhiscontinuanceinoffice."bestrickenfromtheconstitutionleavingArticleISectionVtoreadasfollows:"NoSenatorshall,duringthetimeforwhichheorshewaschosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityoftheStudentAssociation."SPONSOREDBY:ScottPosnerCharletteDrnekMichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteof 21y,7n, OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTUnconstitutionalasperSupremeFebruary 10, 1983 wurt rulingonMarch 7, 1983------------------Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember8,1982Bill29WHEREAS,theBoxingClubhasbeen newlyre-recognizedbytheStudentAssociationasaclub,andWHEREAS,theBoxing Club members have aninterestinsparringbutlackthenecessaryequipmenttoprotectboxersfromphysicalharm,andWHEREAS,theBoxing Clubcannoteffectivelycontinueinpromotionandeducationofthestudentsintheartofboxing,andWHEREAS,theclubisnowfacingtherealdangeroffoldingwithoutthebasicequipment,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$284.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885totheBoxingAccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)forthepurposeoftheneededequipmentlistedbelow:RickLee,S.A.PresidentITEMDESCRIPTIONEverlastheadgearSetofEverlast16oz.sparringglovesTOTAL$116.00168.00$284.0084.00$58.00PRICEPERITEM QUANTITY2 2SPONSOREDBY:EricRitterSheldonMunfordSENATEACTIONVoteof18y,9n,1aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDATEREPRESENTEDTOSENATEFeb ruary10, 1lc91813W5 HewittUnionF fNVi 3 voteof"-qy, 19n,5aPhone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember8,1982Bill30PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,itisimportantthatabalancedbudgetbepresentedtotheSenatebytheBudgetCouncil,andWHEREAS,BudgetCouncilistoservethestudentsandtheStudentGovernment(Senate),thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthecompositionofBudgetCouncilbestructuredas follo\'/s: 1.DirectorofFinance2.President3.VicePresident4.3;AssistantstotheDirectorofFinance5.2Senators6.1Studentat [arge TheBudgetCouncilwillbechairedbytheDirectorofFinance.SUBMITTEDBY:KennethKirschSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecekWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,New'{ork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENTSSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember8,1982Bill31WHEREAS,theWomen's RugbyteamwasfundedbytheBudgetCouncilandtheStudentAssociationSenateforsixaway games and onetournament,andWHEREAS,thecostofthesegames was underestimated byBudgetCouncilandtheStudentAssociationSenate,andWHEREAS,theStudentAssociationfundsongroundsofprincipalandnotdollaramount,andtheWomen's Rugby wasgranted,inprinciple,fundingbyStudentAssociationfortheabovementionedevents,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothat$460.50betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885toTransportationAccount#496 andGameAccount#497 asenumeratedbelowforthepurposeofprovidingfundstoWomen's Rugbyfortwo away games and atournament.Oswegovs.St.BonaventureatSt.BonaventurePresidentoftheSenateMileage386VanRentalInsurance.20cpermilegasallotmentTOTAL$35.005.0077.2038.60$155.80Oswegovs.CornellatCornell MHeage 174VanRentalInsurance.20cpermilegasallotmentTOTAL$35.005.0034.8017.40$92.20Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember 8, 1982Bill33 WHEREAS, theLegal AidsOrganizationoftheStudentAssociationisanintegralpartofthis campus, andWHEREAS.itisimperativeforthestudentstobeawareoftheirlegal rights, and WHEREAS, thepublicationofaLegalRight'sbooklet would helptofillthevoidleftbytheabsenceofsuchapublication,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$462.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885toLegalAidsAccount#684forthepublicationof500copiesofthisLegalRight'sbooklet.SUBMITTEDBY:Kevin LaurieIrvingSPONSOREDBY:P.MichaelVottisCharlieMitchellPresidentoftheSenateStipulationthatLegalAidsofficeinvestigatethepossibilityofusingStudentAssociationequipment(Oswegonian)andiftheOswegonianprovidesitforalessamountthanstatedinthis bill, Legal Aids istousethe lessco:tlY,sf)/vice. SENATEACTION V0teof23 y, 1 n, 3aR iCkC e e,S---.A--.--;::"P-r-e-s--:i:-d'e-n-t:-DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTDecember 10, 1982Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember 8, 1982Bill34WHEREAS,theStatePressServiceisa newly formedorganization,andWHEREAS,theOswegonianwasonthesteeringcommitteethathelpedtoformthisvaluableorganization,andWHEREAS,itprovidesexceptionableinformationtotheOswegoniansuchasinformationonoccurrencesinvolvingtheSUNYbudgetwhichaffectseverystudentattendingOswego, andWHEREAS,thisservicealsobringsprestigetotheOswegonianwhenotherStateSchoolsusematerialprovidedbytheOswegonian,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#totheOswegonianaccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill).SPONSORED BY: Sue Muar and JohnRockwellWITHDRAWNPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession21stMeetingFebruary2,1983Bi1135WHEREAS,thereispresentlya $10stipulationon maximumperformerfeesintheOCAbudget,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,OCAcannotadequatelyprogramwiththisstipulationineffect,andWHEREAS,ifthestipulationwerelifteditwould makeitpossibletoprovideadequateprogramming,therefore Be itenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatstipulationnumber two ontheOCAbudgetbelifted.Stipulationreads:A $10ceilingonsinger.Trytouseteasers.SUBMITTEDBY:JimEvans,OCACoordinatorSPONSOREDBY:BillSpinelliMike DelarmSENATEACTIONVoteof23y,2aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary10,1983Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary 9, 1983Bill36 WHEREAS, 111.8positionsareslattedtobecutfromSUNYOswego, and WHEREAS, atuitionincreaseof$250isplannedfor 1983, andWHEREAS,a roomrentincreaseof$150isintheworking,andWHEREAS,apetitiondriveand astudentletterwritingcampaigncouldeffectivelyblocktheseproposed cuts, andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theSUNYAffairsCommitteewillbethemostefficientbodytocarryouttheseoperationsalongwiththe"StudentsforContinuingEducation,"thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof $129.25 betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885totheSUNYAffairsCommitteeAccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbill)asenumeratedbelow:2boxesofBicpensat$4.6820padsat 49 each160boxesofMeadenvelopesat 89 TOTAL20%discountatCollegeStoreTOTAL9.369.80142.40$161.5632.31$129.25MoneyforpostagewillbegivenbytheUndergraduateAlumniAssociationwiththestipulationsthatsomebody fromtheUAAreadsthelettersbeforethearesentoutandalsothattheUAAismentionedintheletter.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBill36Page 2Beitfurtherenactedthatthesumof$22.08betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885intoSUNYAffairsAccount#(tobeestab-lisheduponpassageofthisbill)contingentupontheuseoftheabovesuppliesbytheSUNYAffairsCommitteeasenumeratedbelow:20padsat 49 20boxesofMeadenvelopesat 89 TOTALDiscountof20%fromCollegeStore.TOTAL9.8017.80$27.605.52$22.08SUBMITTEDBY:"TheStudentsforContinuingEducation"SueCastrigno,VicePresident,StudentAssociationRickLee,President,StudentAssociationPhilBrousseauMikeMurrayRossMionMikeBrittoW.O.C.R.PeteTassini IHOP JeffCarrPeteSawyer e1anieJan0WskyTheOswegonianJocelynSokolskiJimEvansEricRitterJimDingleyScottPosnerSue MuarJohnRockwellSheldonMunford Frain;erRickLee,S.A.PresidentCraigBenson,FinanceCommitteeChairmanMike Nemecek,SUNYAffairsCommitteeChairmanMarkCanta1esSUNYAffairsCommitteeElectionsCommitteeRulesCommitteeCommunityRelationsCommitteeStudentServicesCommitteeFinanceCommitteeLindaHooSPONSOREDBY:SENATEACTION24y,On,OaDATEPRESENTED ToolbR2!JHlWAtNWnion Oswego,NewYork13126February10,1983 (315)341



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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary9,1983Bill37PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,itisimportantthataproposedbudgetbepresentedtotheSenatebytheBudgetCouncil,andWHEREAS,BudgetCouncilistoservethestudentsandthestudentgovernment(Senate),therefore -' ,Beitenacted by'tt{e$-tudent AssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthecompositionoftheBudgetCouncilwillbe:KennethKirsch,ChairmanRickLee Ka renMcCarthyBillSchmidt Mark D'Avirro,SecretaryDonAmmannScottPosnerDaveVitchSueCastrigno(Ex-Officio)Beth BackusSUBMITTEDBY:KennethKirschSPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonSENATEACTIONVoteof24y,In,1aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTFebruary10,1983 Rick Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary9,1983Bill38WHEREAS,theSpringElectionsareanessentialprocessoftheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theSenatedidnotbudgetforFallElections,andWHEREAS,FallElectionswereheld,andWHEREAS,therewereunusualcircumstancessurroundingtheFallElections,andWHEREAS,thesecircumstancescausedanoverexpenditure,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$294.30betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885totheElectionsCommitteeAccount#876forthepurposeofinsuringthatthereisnotanoverexpenditureinthataccount.SPONSOREDBY:LindaHoo,Elections Chair WITHDRAWNPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary16,1983Bill39PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thetotalon-campuspopulationispresentlyover3,800students,andthetotaloff-campuspopulationispresentlyover2,500students,andWHEREAS,thetotalnumberofvotingboothstoservicestheon-campuspopulationis11,andthetotalnumberofvotingboothstoservicetheoff-campuspopulationis1,andWHEREAS,thedutyoftheStudentAssociationSenateistoservicethestudentsandpromotestudentinvolvement,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$65.00betransferredfromContingencyAccount#885totheSenateElectionAccount#876forthepurposeofprovidingasecondvotingboothforoffcampusstudents.SPONSOREDBY:JeffersonA.WebsterWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch2,1983Bill40PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theJudoClubisrecognizedbytheStudentAssociationasac1ub,andWHEREAS,theJudoClubmembers,sinceJudoisatournamentsport,needtobeincontactwithotherclubs,andschoolsinordertobeinformedofthesetournaments,andWHEREAS,theJudo Clubneedsaqualifiedinstructor,whoisrecognizedby:TheNEWYORKJUDOASSOCIATION, andtheNATIONALGOVERNINGBODY,inorderthatthemembersmightparticipateinanylocal,state,ornationaltournaments,andWHEREAS,theJudo Clubisnowfacingtherealdangeroffoldingwithoutthesebasicnecessities,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$274.50betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885totheJudoClubaccount#(tobeestablisheduponpassageofthis bTTrr-as enumeratedbelow:QUANTITY19 weeks1ITEMDESCRIPTIONPRICEPERITEMTOTALC1ubGi(uniform)$22.00$22.00Instructorsfees @$45.00/wk$202.50Dem0nstration$25.00$25.00Telephonecosts$10.00$10.00Officesupplies$15.00$15.00$274.50Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONBi1140Page 2SUBMITTEDBY:PeterGuilietti,Judo ClubSPONSOREDBY:SheldonMunfordPresidentoftheSenateSENATEACTIONVoteofOy, 300, OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch10,1983 Ric kLee,S. fl,. PresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeat Oswego Senate18thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarc h2,1983Bi1141WHEREAS,theOswegoStateSenateiscomposedof33hardworkingmembers,andWHEREAS,thesemembersputinlonghardhoursand havenotbeenproperlycompensated,andWHEREAS,the100%increase in payisnotaskingforanexorbitantamount,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheannualsenatesalarybeincreasedby100%Beitfurtherenactedthatthesenatepensionfundforretiredsenatorsbeincreasedby100%.SPONSOREDBY:CraigS.Benson,FinanceCommitteeChairmanMichaelNemecek,SUNYAffairsChairSue Muar,RulesCommitteeChairwomanPresidentoftheSenateSEN ,AT EACTIONVoteof9y,16n,4a DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch10,1983Room205HewittUnionRickLee,S.A.PresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch2,1983Bill42WHEREAS,theSolidStateJazzRock Ensemble andtheStateSingerswillbetouringtheIthacaareaMarch15thtoMarch18th,1983,andWHEREAS,costs(basedonestimatesfromMr.HughBurritt,DirectorofSolidStateand Mr.StanleyGosek,DirectorofStateSingers)willbe:1)A)B) C)Transportationcosts:*148seatbus(ThousandIsl.BusCo.)traveling275miles112'U-HaulTruck(forequipment)1carforAuxiliaryServices for thedirectorforareturntriptoOswego$1100.00240.00125.00Lodgingcosts:ThreenightsinIthaca,NYTota1mea1TOTALCOST862.15585.00$2,912.15perperson1.002.003.00$I3.00costMealcosts3breakfasts21unches2dinners2)A)3)A) B) C)*Includesgasandtollmoneyand,WHEREAS,thepresentassetsofSolidStateandtheStateSingersare:Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONBill42Page 2SolidState(UMO)#616StateSingers(UMO)#617Totalassets and, PresidentoftheSenate1304.40 $1612.15WHEREAS,thedifferencebetweentotalcostandtotalassetswillnotallowthistourtotakeplace,yieldingadeficitof: 2,91 2.15-1,612.15$1,300.00 and, WHEREAS,theChamberSingersduringtheirSpring1983tour,(Jan27Feb1)usedonlya oftheirallocationintheirUMObudget.Thesumof$1,893.95remainsintheiraccount(UMO614),thatwillnotbeused.Mr. PaulMueller,DirectoroftheChamberSingershasacceptedthetransfer,thereforeBeitenactedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegotransfertheamountof$1,300.00fromUMOaccount#614toUMOaccount#616forthepurposetogivefundstoallowsemesterlytourasscheduled.SPONSOREDBY:JimDingleyMarkTaylerSUBMITTEDBY:JimDingleyChristopherSENATEACTIONVoteof 25y,2n, OaDatePresentedtoPresidentMarch 3, 1983Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341State

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TUDENT SSOCIATION Office of ti,e'lIice-prll"iJent StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch9,1983Bi1143PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thecurrentconstitutionallawsdonotallowpersonsholdinganoffice(i.e.President,VicePresident,Treasurer,Secretary,etc.)oftheStudentAssociationclubororganizationtoserveasasenatorwhile in continuanceofthatoffice,andWHEREAS, some ofourmostactivesenatorsinthepastandpresenthaveheldandholdbothpositions,andWHEREAS,tolimitthesepeopletoonlyoneofficewouldbeagreatinjusticenotonlytothembutalsototheSenate,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatArticleISectionVoftheStudentAssociationConstitutionbe amendedasfollows:Thatwords1Ian dnopersonholdinganyotherofficeundertheStudentAssociationshallbe a memberoftheSenateduringhiscontinuanceinoffice.1IbestrickenleavingArticleISectionVtoreadasfollows:IINoSenatorshall,duringthetimeforwhichheorshewaschosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityoftheStudentAssociation.1IBeitfurtherenactedthatareferendumvotebetakenontheabovequestiononthe19thofApril,1983underthedirectionoftheSUNYAffairsCommittee.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341]

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage2Bill43ShouldthelastportionofArticleISectionVoftheStudentAssociationConstitutionbeeliminated?1Iand nopersonholdinganyofficeundertheStudentAss0ciationshallbeamember0ft heSenateduringhiscontinuanceinoffice.1ILeavingArticleISectionVtoreadasfollows:IINoSenatorshall,duringthetimeforwhichheorshewaschosenholdanyothercivilofficeundertheauthorityoftheStudentPssociation.1It:1YESoNOPresidentoftheSenateSPONSOREDBY:ScottPosnerMichaelNemecekCharletteDrnekSENATEACTIONVoteof28y,3n,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch10,1983 Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession30thMeetingMarch16,1983Bill44OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenate W HEREAS,itisthepurpose0fthe Stu dentAss0ciationgovernmenttoservethestudentsofthiscollege,andWHEREAS,itisthepurposeoftheCommunityRelationsCommitteetopromotegood betweentheOswegostudentsandthe0swegoCommunity,and WHEREAS,thereisabenefitdan ceatWineCreekInnon J'p ri19th_fortheDeltaKappaKappaRebuildingFund,and WHEREPS, thisbenefitdanceisco-sponsoredbysuchrespectableorganizationsasthe 1\ iwanisClub,RotaryClub,andMusicianslocal#441,andWHEREAS,itisexpectedthatmanyprominentpeoplefromthecommunitywillbeattendingthisfunction,and W HEREAS,thiseventprovidesan excellentopportunitYforinteractionamongstudents,faculty,administrationand Oswegoresidents,andWHEREAS,itwould beinthebestinterestoftheStudentAssociationand CommunityRelationsthattheSenatesupportcosponsorshipofthisevent,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArts andSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$58.00betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885toCommunityRelationsCommitteeaccount#tobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbillasenumeratedbelow:TicketsPostersRoom208HewittUnion$18.00 40.00 1:, $58.00Oswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentOfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateStipulation:Student nameappearsonalladvertisements.SUBMITTEDBY:CommunityRe1ationsCommitteeMikeSattler,FundraiserD.K.K. Pau1Atkinson SP0NS0REDBY:MarkCantalesSENATEACTIONVoteof28y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch18,1983Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch16,1983Bill45PresidentoftheSenateWHERE PS, theSenatemailedout803letterstovariouslegislativeofficers,thereforeBeitenactedthatthesumof$53.54betransferredfromContingency J1ccount #885toFinance J1ccount #836.Beitfurtherenactedthatthesumof$53.53betransferredfromContingencyAccount #885toSenate Jlccount #873.Beitfurtherenactedthatthesumof$53.53betransferredfromContingency J1ccount #885toExecutive Jlccount #855.SPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonMichaelNemecekLindaHooJanineFrainierSENATEACTIONVoteof25y,On,OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch23,1983Room205HewittUnion_Oswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch16, 1983 Bill46PresidentoftheSenate theSenatehasvoteddownbillsforthefundingofclubsandorganizationsthatappliedforfundingoutsidethebudgetprocess,and theSenateallocatesspecifictimesintheyearforbudgetingsoastobefairtoallgroupsapplying,andWHEREAS,astatementofpolicyonbudgetisneeded,andWHEREAS,theSenatehasinthepastfollowedtherecommendationsoftheRulesandFinanceCommittees,thereforeBeitenacted bytheStudentAss,OciationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArts andSciencesatOswegothattheSenateshallnothearabillwhichfailsboththeSenateRu1esCommitteebya2/3v0teandtheS e:..na'te FinanceCommittee by a2/3vote,ifsuchbilldealswiththefundingofanorganizationorclubwhichdidnotgothroughthe budgetprocess,unlesstheSenate,sochoosesto suchabillbymajorityvote.SPONSOREDBY:CraigBenson Mike DeLarmWITHDRAWN /" Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch 16, 1983Bill47OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenate W HERE AS, BudgetCounci1rec0mmendedt0theSenatethatthePresidentoftheStudentAssociationremainforthesumme r, and W HERE AS, theBudget Co unci1rec0mmend edasalaryforthePresidentoftheStudentAssociationforthesummer, andWHEREAS,theSenatepassedbothrecommendationsinthebudget,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofPrtsandSciencesatOswegothatthePresidentoftheStudentAssociationremainatOswegoduringthesummersession.BeitfurtherenactedthatthePresident,onthelastmeetingofthesemester,giveareportastowhatheorsheplanstodo.SUBMITTEDBY:KennithKirschSPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonSENATEACTIONVoteof 25y,On, OaDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch 23, 1983 <-:::d Rick S.A.PresidentRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch16,1983Bill48BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCo11ege0f Jlr tsandSciencesat0swegothatthefollowingbeacceptedastheresultsofthe1 983 SPringAl1Cam pus E1ections:PresidentoftheSenatePresidentVicePresidentCo11egeCounci1AuxiliaryServices:SeniorSeatJuniorSeatAtLarg eFacultyAssembly SPSU DelegateSenators:CayugaWaterburySenecaSca 1 es RiggsOnondaga Oneida Lonis-MorelandJohnsonHartFunnelleRoom205HewittUnionSu zan neCastrignoSueWrayJeffersonWebsterJeffersonWebsterEricRitter J.NemecekRicvan Donsel Lind aHoo J.NemecekJim,DingleyMiguel Montes Trusso,LouTaravella, Steve Planamenta MLc_b'ael J.NemecekPau1AtkinsonKenStee1eEricRitterDaveMcNallyEricHoeglerJulioGraciaJanineFrainierRicvan DonselMichaelD.PerrinPeterD.SawyerChar1etteDrnekOswego,NewYork13126/Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2 Bi1148OffCampusVinnyCasasantaBethA.BackusBethKuekerMichaelR.DeLarmDon AumannKaraYoungKeithRaffertyCarolTigheDonCorbettBrianDonovanSP0NS0REDBY:LindaH00,E1ectionsCommiteeChairPresidentoftheSenateSENATE ACTIONVoteof22y,2n,2aDATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch23,1983 R S::-'.....A;--.-:P=-r=e=-s-=-i""7d-e-n""':""t--Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession34thMeetingMarch23,1983Bill49OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,DaveLairisanoutstandingOswegoStateHockeyPlayer,andWHEREAS,DaveLairhas beenselectedtoplayinanNCAAEast-WestInvitationalHockey game, andWHEREAS,tobeaskedtoplayisahighhonor,andWHEREAS,DaveLairwouldrepresentOswegoStateatthisinvitational,thereforeBeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatthesumof$160.00betransferredfromcontingencyaccount#885toanaccounttobeestablisheduponpassageofthisbilltocoverhotelcostforhisstay.$40.00/nightX4nights=$160.00SUBMITTEDBY:SPONSOREDBY:SENATEACTION25y,On,OaRickLee,StudentAssociationPresidentKenKirsch,DirectorofFinanceCraigBenson DATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch23,1983Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSessionMarch23,1983Bi1150BeitenactedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArts andSciencesatOswegothattheSenateofthe18thLegislativeSessionrecommendsthatthefollowingbudgetbepassedbytheSenateofthe19thlegislativeSession:SourcesofFundsOfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateDues and FeesInterestonInvestmentsSummerSessionDuesRefrigerationIncomeMIAGateReceipts$502,12515,0003,00012,5003,000$535,625MIAWVSOSailingWomen's RugbyMen'sRugbyCheerleadersBit-N-SpurVolleyballIntramuralsWRAConcertBandJazz/LabSolidStateChamber SingersCollegeChoir CollegeOrchestraStateSingersMixed Chorus G0spelCh0irGreatLake ReviewOntarian74,985.5058,918.502,512.503,638.355,737.0077.653,016.451,263.997,625.504,658.601,230.00310.002,260.00390.00580.00-0310.00300.00 310.00332.353,520.805,758.20PendulumOswegonian PWOCRISABSULSUJSULakerHallLeeHallBlackfriarsExecutiveLigislativeFinanceFamilyPlanningGALASAVACCheckCashingDuplicationLegalAidsLOCOoCA5,956.2023,888.949,411.274,763.601,294.801 ,291.70679.80-03,524.004,433.0014,900.0010,737.508,222.0049,673.003,900.00681.006,475.30 6,708.721,757.003,315.002,624.633,395.96Room208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)

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StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSessionMarch23,1983CornerStoreCam pus Lighting RapeCrisisW0menIsCenter CommunityServiceRefrigerationPPBGeneralPublicityCinevisionsConcertsImpromptu Fine J\rt sThirdWorldLectureSeries-01,739.80525.003,144.002,953.62-0-6,328.001,318.4411,775.0032,950.0012,960.2120,299.007,930.0013,454.80SEEPCentroBuscandidateElectionsEmployeeBenefitPriorYear1sExpenseSASUSen i0rClambakeDirtDayStudentRefundsProgram Fund SummerSessionFi xedAssetsContingency581.6517,300.00700.00850.001,500.0020,085.005,000.00800.005,500.0015,000.003,000.004,000.003,559.42SUBMITTEDBY:KenKirschSPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonSENATEACTIONRollCallVoteof17Y,lN,OADATEPRESENTEDTOPRESIDENTMarch24,1983

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TUDENT SSOCIATION Sturlent State'lniversity,Collegeat (lswego Senate18thLegislativeSession1st l4e etingApril7,1982 RI:S "LUTI ON 1PresidentoftheSenate the 3tudent Senatorsofthe17thLegislativeSessionhave,to the bestoftheirability,surveyedthestudentsof nswegotoassesstheiropinionconcerning proposedgradepolicychange,and it seems tobethegeneralconcensusof studentsonthiscampusthatitwould bein their bestinteresttomaintainthepresentgradingsystem, Pe itresolvedthattheSenateoftheStateI!niversityCollegeatOswegosronglyurgestheAcademic ?olicy Counciltoopposetheproposedplus/minusgradechange,and, ge it resolvedthattheSenatetrulyappreciatestheFacultyAssembly'scompliancetograntusthemuchneededextratimetoreacha decision thatbestrepresentsthestudentsof Oswego. .MicheleKlein cc:FacultyAssembly,J. LeJ=iorer.hair ofAcademicPoliciesSENATEACTIONvoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeat Oswego Senate18thLegislativeSession1stMeetingApril7,1982RESOLUTION 2 PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theDanceMarathonCommitteedidandoutstandingjob,andWHEREAS,theDanceMarathon'sproceedsaretobeusedtohelptheAmericanHeartAssociation,andWHEREAS,the1982 DanceMarathonwas agreatsuccess,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeatOswego,thatwecongratulateallthosewhoorganized,sponsoredanddancedinthe1982HeartAssociationDanceMarathonand madeitasuccess.Submittedby:Rick LeeSponsoredby:TheStudentAssociationSenateSENATEACTIONvoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationState CollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession2ndfleetingApril14.1982Resolution3PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS. SUCOstudentspaythesameservicechargeastheresidentsofOswego. andWHEREAS.theserviceofferedtosueostudentsisnotasefficientasservicesofferedtotheresidentsofnswego.andWHEREAS. studentsrealizethat YorkTelaphoneisbeingdelinquentintheirservices.andWHEREAS.itisaninconveniencetosueostudentsnottohavetheseservices.therefore.BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof YorkCollegeatOswegothatNewYorkTelephone Co. expeditethedisconnectionprocesssostudentshavethesameservicesasotherpayingNewYorkTelephonecustomers. gy; PeteHadeAndy Karph Ray RickguckinghamSteveHughs SPONSOREDBY;P-ill Spinellecc:Mrs. NewYorkTelephone DepartmentSENATEACTIONvoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession2nd eetingApril14.1982Resolution4 WHEREAS. worldwidehungerisawidelyrecognizedandabhorrentconcern.transendinginternationalboundaries,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS.an estimated twenty-eightpeopledieeveryminuteofstarvationormalnutrition.mostofwhomarechildren.and, WHEREAS. Food ForTHe Hungry. anon-profitorganization.is rkingtoalleviatetheproblemof world widehunger,and. StevenMurphy.StephenToomer.SteveScbreiner.RayClark,and Nancy Flynn.ChristineStump.and Mike Kehoe.studentsattheStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswego. havedevotedmuchtimeandaremaking agenuineandconcertedeffortwithFoodForThe Hungrytohelpalleviatethedepravationofchildrenaroundtheworld. itresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof New York College ofArtsandSciencesatOswegosupportsandapplaudes both Food For The Hungry andthesevenstudentslistedaboveintheireffortstowardsuchahumanitarianendeavor. Be itfurtherresolvedthattheSenateurgesanyandallotherorganizatinstogivetheirsupporttosaidstudentsandthusFood For TheHungry. BY: Steven Murphy BY:MarkCantales SEN ATE ACT I0 voteofacelamationR oom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession3rdMeetingApril21,1982 Resolution5PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheSUNYbudgetforthe1932-1983academicyearhasbeendrasticallycut,andWHEREAS,theSenateLegislatureattemptedtoreinstateadditionalfundsintothebudget,andWHEREAS,GovernorCareyhaschosentovetotheadditionalfunds,whichareanecessityfortheretainmentoffacultyandstaffmembers,BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothatWestronglyurgetheStateLegislaturetooverrideGovernorCarey'sveto:restoringthe17.5milliondollarstotheSUNYbudget.cc:SenatorBarclayAssemblymenChesbroSponsoredby:Sue Huar Mike NemecekSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamation.DatePresentedtoPresident ,1\pri 127, 1982 Room205HewittUnionRickLee--S.A.PresidentOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATION Office of ti,e'Vice-pregiJent StudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeofNewYorkatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession3rdMeeting April 21,1982Resolution6PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAStheAcademic PoliciesCounciloftheFacultyAssemblyhasproposedachangeinthepresentsystemofgradinginternshipswiththethetraditionalA-EsystemtoanUnsatisfactory,Satisfactory,High Honor(U,S,H)system,BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswegothatwestronglyopposethissuggestedpolicychange.BeitfurtherresolvedthatthefollowingisthebasicrationalefortheStudentAssociation'ssupportofthepresentsystem.1.Thereseemstobe afeelingofuneasinessamong membersofthefacultyduetotheIIhighllgradepointaveragedistributionintheGeneralStudiesprogramandinDepartmentInternships.The Student Associationdoesnotfeelthataninternshipgradecanbecomparedtotheclassroomsituationwhereabellcurveoranevendistributionofgradescanbeapplied.TheInternshipisanindividualexperience.Thestudentisactingalone,inauniquesituation,andhis/hergradecannotbeevaluatedon acomparativebasis.2.TheInternshipis, inaeed, anacademicexperience,anditwarrantsanacademicgrade.Thewrittenproposalfortheinternship,whichincluaestheIInatureoftheworkexperience,theacademicobjectivesoftheinternship..andthemethodsbywhichtheinternshipwillbesupervisedandevaluatedlllcorrelatesdirectlywithanacademiccourserationale,syllabus,andevaluationprocedure.Inaddition,itseemsonlylogicaltoapplyanRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution 6, con'tPresidentoftheSenateacademicgradeforaprogramwhichawardsacademiccredits.Thiswrittencontract(theproposal)mustbeapprovedbythestudent,academicsupervisor,anddepartmentchairperson.Noparticipantsshouldsignthedocumentiftheyarenotsatisfiedwiththeproposal.Wesuggestthatonsitesupervisorsplayagreaterroleintheplanningofthiscontract,sothatobjectivesareclearlyunderstoodbyallparties.Inadditionwesuggestthatfrequentcontactbemadebetweenacademicsupervisorsand onsitesupervisors.Frequentmeetingsofparticipants(academicsupervisor/student,and/oracademicsupervisor/student/onsitesupervisor)wouldfacilitateagreaterunderstandingofallaspectsoftheprogram.3.OnsitesupervisorsengagedbytheschooltoserveaspracticaleducatorsforstudentsinvolvedinInte.rnshipsareentrustedwithagreatresponsibility.Thisresponsibilitywould becomenolessofaresponsibilityifthemoreambiguousgradingsystemweretobeimplemented.Incaseswherestudentsareinvolvedinsecretorconfidential work, theonsitesupervisor must, nevertheless,beentrustedbythecollegetoproperlyevaluatetheintern.Thecollegefacultymemberhaseveryopportunitytorequireothercriteriaforevaluation,iftheintern'spracticalworkmustremainconfidential(i.e.reportwriting,relatedreadings,etc.).4.Itishumannaturetoworkdiligentlyforpositivereinforcement.Intheacademicarena,positiveornegativereinforcementisrepresentedby agrade.ShouldthetraditionalA-Esystembesubstitutedwitha U/S/Hsystem,the reW3.rd ofpositivereinforcementwillbecompromised.Wefeelthiswouldadverselyeffectastudent'sperformance.Sponsoredby: SueHuar Submittedby:MicheleKleinRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution6con'tPresidentoftheSenate1StateUniversityofNewYorkatOswego,1979-80UndergraduateCatalog,pg.55.cc:FacultyAssemblyDr.J.LeFlore,Chair,Academic Committee ACTIONvoteofacclamation.DatePresentedtoPresidentApril27,1982RickLee--S.A.PresidentRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession4th l"'!eeting April28,1982Resolution7PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, Thebaseballteamispresentlyridingasixteengamewinningstreak,and,WHEREAS,theSenaterecognizedthesuperiorachievementsofit'sathleticteams,BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceat thatSundaY,May2,1982 beproclaimedGreatLaker3aseballDay. SUBMITTED BY:Roxanne MosesBrianTodd BY: BrianToddSheldonMunford SENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession5th,MeetingMay5,1982Resolution8PresidentoftheSenate WHEREAS, 2ndfloorHartHallwasrenovatedoverthepastChristmasbreaktoaccomodatehandicappedresidents,andWHEREAS,Thereareseveralareasdealingwiththeserenovationsthatareinadequatesuchas:showerwaterdrainage,waterfountainsandstalldoorstonameafew,andWHEREAS,Theseproblemshave beenbroughttotheattentionoftheHartHallDormDirectorandthereisnoapparentimmediateactionintheworkstoalleviatetheseproblems,therefore, Be itresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYork ofArtsandScienceatOswegothattheseproblemsbetakencareofthroughanyandallnecessarychannelsneeded. SUSMITTED gy:2ndfloorHartHall BY:PillSpinelli Cantalescc:MargaretSteckJimScharfenbergerChuck vI eeks SENAT!: ACTIONVoteof6y/12n/5absRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeat Senate18thLegislativeSession5th May5,1982 Resolution 9PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,TheFacultyAssemblyhasproposedachangeinthepresentsystemofgradinginternships'withthetraditionalA-Esystemtoanunsatisfactory,satisfactory,highhonorsystem,therefore,3eitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandScienceatOswegothatwe strorrgly urgePresident to VETO thisproposal. Be itfurtherresolvedthattheSAstronglyurgesthePresidenttorequesttheFAtoreconsiderthemotionpresented(tothe FA)byDr. H.VanSchaak(andsecondedbyPresidentRickLee)whichsuggestedthatInternsbegradedbyeitherthetraditionalsystemortheHSUmethod,providedthatfacultysupervisorand student mutuallyagree.Thismotionincludedastipulationrequiringthatthepolicybeevaluatedtwoyearsfollowingitsinitiation.SIJB f1 ITT E0 D Y: r1 iche1eK1einSPONSOREDBY:LouTaravellacc:PresidentVirginiaRadleyCouncilofAcademicDeansF.A.ChairmanDr.Fisherenc.S.A.Resolution6 SENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityofNewYork.CollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession6thMeetingRESOLUTION10PresidentoftheSenateSeptember 8. 1982WHEREAS.onSeptember1stoftheyear1982theFreshmenclassof1986begantoarriveoncampustostarttheircollegecareers.andWHEREAS.manyTransfershavealsoarrivedoncampustocontinuetheircollegecareers.andWHEREAS.theStudentAssociationistherepresentativebodyofALLthestudentsatthisfinecollege,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswego welcomesallFreshmen andTransferstudentstoSUNYOswego andwishesthemthebestofluckinpursuingtheircareergoals,BeitfurtherresolvedthattheSenateencouragesallSUNYOswegostudentstotakeadvantageoftheservicesofferedbytheStudentAssociation.SUBMITTEDBY:RickLeeStudentAssociationPresidentSueCastrignoStudentAssociationVicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:StudentAssociationSenatecc:allfrontdesksSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession9thMeetingSeptember29,1982Resolution11PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,undertheCareyAdministrationtheDivisionofBudgethasgainedexcessivecontroloverSUNY,andWHEREAS,PublicHigherEducationisnotapriorityofGovernorCareyandhehasallowedandsuggestedexcessiveunwarrantedcutsinthestateuniversity,andWHEREAS,DivisionofBudgetwhichactsunderdirectionofthegovernor,hashampered,thwartedandhinderedtheoperationandfurtheranceofpublichighereducationinthisgreatstate,andWHEREAS,PublicHigherEducationshouldbeapriorityofanyStateAdministrationinanystate,andWHEREAS,fulltimeenrollmentatSUNYstateoperatedinstitutionshaveincreasedfrom148,000in1975-76to156,000in1981-82,andWHEREAS,thereisnojustificationfortheactionsbeingtakenagainsttheStateUniversityofNewYorkbytheDivisionofBudgetandgovernor,andWHEREAS,thecontinuallystrongdemandforaSUNYeducationhasnotbeenmatchedbyanequallystrongcommittmenttoitssupplyinthatSUNYisspending$657.00lessperpupilthanitdidin1975-76,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswego demandsthatGovernorCareyreleasetheremaining12milliondollarsimpoundedtohimtogotofundtheoperationofSUNY.ThiswillenableSUNYtooperateatanefficientlevelwhichservesandbenefitsthecitizensoftheStateofNewYork.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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Page2TUDENT SSOCIATIONPresidentoftheSenateBeitfurtherresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethatthegovernorallowtheSUNYCentralAdministrationsmoreflexibilityinrunningtheStateUniversityatthelevelofefficiencyinwhichiswasintendedtorunbythefoundersofSUNY.SUBMITTEDBY:RickLee,StudentAssociationPresidentSueCastrigno,StudentAssociationVicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:MarkContalesSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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State University of New YorkStateUniversityPlazaAlbany,NewYork12246OfficeoftheChancellor 17,1982Mr.RichardLeePresident SuzanneCastrignoVicePresidentStudentAssociationRoom 205HewittUnionStateUniversityCollegeOswego,NewYork13126DearMr.LeeandMs.Castrigno:I amrespondingtoyourletterofOctober13concerningResolution11adoptedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswego.IappreciatetheactionsoftheStudentSenateinsupportoftheStateUniversity.Duringthesepastmonths,theUniversityhasbeenworkingwiththeDivisionoftheBudgetforreleaseofappropriationspassedbytheLegislature.Ourtoppriorityhasbeentherestorationofstudentaidandtuitionreimbursement,forwhichtheDivisionoftheBudgetrecentlyreleased$1,600,000inStateUniversityStudentTuitionAssistance(SUSTA)and$2,790,000inTuitionReimbursement,pendingapprovalofaplantodis-bursefundsearmarkedforgraduateeducation.Inaddition,anumberofpositionshavebeenrestoredandsomepersonalservicefundshavebeenallocated.OnOctober14,1982,theDivisionoftheBudgetremovedthehiringfreeze,therebyreleasingadditionalfundsforemploymentpurposes.ProgressinthereleaseofthefundscontinuestobemadeandweappreciatetheexpressionofsupportfromtheOswegoStudentSenate.Sincerely,CliftonR.Wharton,Jr.ChancellorNO'! ::2198? 1\ '.11\ J w-'--'.... -'___ii1 ,cc:PresidentRadley

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober6,1982Resolution12WHEREAS,sometimesaspecialoccasionoccursthatdeservesrecognition,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,a21stbirthdayisanexceptionalbirthday;beingthatitdeclaresapersontofinallybe anadult,andWHEREAS,Wednesdaythe6thdayofOctoberintheyear1982isSenatorBrianTodd andSenatorHowardHyde'sbirthday,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegowholeheartilywishesourfriendsandcolleaguesBrianTodd and Howard Hyde averyHappy21stBirthday.SPONSOREDBY:Sue MuarSENATEACTIONVoteof23y,2n,laRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession11thMeetingOctober6,1982Resolution13PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,34,000childrendieeachdayfromstarvationinvariouscountriesthroughouttheworld,and W HEREAS,900,000 000 pe0p1e,abo ut1/50fthew0r1d'spop u1ationliveonlessthat$200.00ayear,andWHEREAS,ModernCivilizationhasprogressedtoapointwhereitisunnecessaryforthistobehappening,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatOctober17thbeproclaimedWorld HungerDayonthiscampus,andthatallstudentsbeawareoftheproblemsandsolutionsconcerningworldhunger.BeitfurtherresolvedthatallstudentsareurgedtoattendtheWorld HungerDayrallytobeheldintheCampusQuad(betweenHewittUnion andLaniganHall)at1:30onSundayOctober17,rainorshine.SUBMITTEDBY:BobKellySPONSOREDBY:Karen NewhookSENATEACTIONPassesbyvoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession13thMeetingOctober13,1982 Resolution14PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,therearevariousinterestgroupsinourlivingcenter,andWHEREAS,onesuchinterestgrouphassponsoreda campus wideIISmoke0util,andWHEREAS,thegoalofthisIISmokeOutllistoform a campus wideefforttoshowthattherearemanypeoplethatwouldenjoythisday,andWHEREAS,manynon-smokersandsmokerswouldprobablyliketoseewhatthiscampusislikewithoutcigarettesmokeforoneday,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatMonday, November9thbetween12am and 12amTuesdaybeIICampusSmokeOut Dayll.SUBMITTEDBY:MikeCartonSPONSOREDBY:BillSpinelliMarkContalesSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession14thMeetingOctober20,1982 Resolution15PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thisyearhasbeenthefirstformalParentsWeekend, andWHEREAS,ParentsWeekend,heldonOctober15th,16th,and17thbroughtwellover1,000parentstoSUCO,andWHEREAS,Karen Groce wasthechairpersonforthisveryspecialevent,andWHEREAS,Karen'sandmanyother'sdedicationandhardworkmadethispossible,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegowholeheartilycommends Karen andeveryoneelseinvolvedwiththesuccessofParentsWeekend.SUBMITTEDBY:JamesDingleySENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegcSenate18thLegislativeSessionNovember3,1982Resolution16PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS:TheNuclearRegulatoryCommissionhasfoundnewproblemsattheNiagraMohawkNineMilePointIINuclearPowerPlantconstructionsite,andWHEREAS:Buildersoftheplantadmittedthatmorethan1,300weldswereimproperlyinspectedthisyear,and itisquestionablethatNineMilePointsitenumberIIisbeinginspectedinapropermanner,andWHEREAS:thechancesofanuclearaccidentincreasegreatlywhenfaultsarefoundindesignandconstructionofanyl'uclearpowerplant,andWHEREAS:thiscountryandstatehaveseenanoutrageousnumberofnuclearaccidents(eg.GinnaandThreeMileIsland),andWHEREAS:the\NuclearRegulatoryCommissionhasconductedastudystatingthatanuclearaccidentatNineMilePointNuclearPowerPlantsitesIorIIortheFitzPatrickNuclearPowerPlantcouldleave1,520peopledeadand28,800peopleinjuredwithina12.5mileradiuscfthEplant,andWHEREAS:manypeoplelivewithin12.5milesoftheplantsmentionedincludingtheresidentsofOswegoStateCollegeandtheCityofOswego,andWHEREAS:wedonetwanttodieinanuclearaccident,thereforeCONTINUEDRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution16continuedPresidentoftheSenateBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationoftheState University ofNewYorkCollegeatOswegothatweurgethePublicServiceCommissionandthe Nuclear RegulatoryCommissiontore-evaluatetheneedfornuclearpowerinNewYorkState a)d intheUnitedStatesasawhole.Beitfurtherresolvedthatthissenateopposetheccnceptofnuclearpowerandquestionsit's andsafety.SponsoredBy;SheldonMunford,MikeNemecekWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember3,1982Resolution17PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,racismisaveryprevalantproblemintheworld,andWHEREAS,racismalsoeffectsthiscampus,therefore / BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwewholeheartilysupporttheantiracistrallybeingheldSaturdayNovember6th.SUBMITTEDBY:BrianToddSPONSOREDBY:Sue MuarMikeNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession16thMeetingNovember3,1982Resolution18PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,a Women'sSafetyWeekwillbeheldfrom Monday, November8,1982toThursday,November11,1982,andWHEREAS,theeventstobeheldareasfollows:Monday,11/8-SelfdefenseclassbyMr.KennethPetersonintheFormalLounge,HewittUnion.Tuesday,11/9-LectureonpremaritalviolencebyDr.Weinerat7pmintheFormalLounge,HewittUnion.Wednesday,11/10-LectureonrapebyDr.AmiBaronat7pminroom214,HewittUnion.Thursday,11/11-LectureontheaffectsofToxicsubstancestohumansbyJerryFullerat8pmintheFormalLounge,HewittUnion.WHEREAS,theseeventswillmutuallybenefitthewomenstudentsandthewomenthatresideinOswego,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwebothsupportandencourageparticipationoftheseeventsbyallthestudentsandwomeninOswego.SUBMITTEDBY:ChristinaGarciaSPONSOREDBY:MarkContalesSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamation.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember10,1982Resolution19WHEREAS,theprimepurposeofSUNYatOswegoiseducationandhigherlearning,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,astudentinthiscollegehas fifteeninstructionaldaystodropaclass.whichinsomecasesmeansthatthestudenthasonlybeenabletoattendclassthreetimes,andWHEREAS,thetimeallowedisnotsufficienttoarrivetoconclusionsaboutaclass,(conclusionsconcerningtheworthinessofthecourse,theefficiencyoftheprofessor,thetypeofgradingandtests),thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegotorecommendtotheofficersoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswego,thatthetimeallowedfordroppingacoursebeincreasedtothirtyinstructionaldayssincetheopeningdayofclass.SPONSOREDBY:JulioGracia r-1ike VottisBillSpinelliRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession17thMeetingNovember10,1982 Resolution20PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theAmericanCancerSocietyissponsoringtheGreatAmericanSmoke-OutonThursday,November18,andWHEREAS,theCampus WideSmokeOutonNovember9thwassuchagreatsuccess,andWHEREAS,OswegoStatecangetnationalrecognitionfromtheAmericanCancerSociety,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityof New YorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwewholeheartilysupportandencourageparticipationintheGreatAmericanSmokeOut.SUBMITTEDBY:PattySchulerSPONSOREDBY:WilliamSpinelliSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversitycollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession18thMeetingNovember17,1982Resolution21WHEREAS,DouglasC.EckertwasastudenthereatSUNYOswego,andWHEREAS,HistragicdeathlastAugusthasleftthecollegecommunitywithafeelingofemptiness,andWHEREAS,Heinspiredmanystudentsbyhiscourageandinvolvementinstudentactivities,andWHEREAS,"Hewasamanwhoconstantlyremindedusthatlifewasmeanttobelived",thereforePresidentoftheSenateSponsoredbyBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenatethatthisplaquewillbeplacedpermanentlyinRiggsHallasalastingtributetothisexceptionalman.SASenate SENATE ACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember1,1982Resolution22WHEREAS,TheNuclearRegulatoryCommissionhasfoundnewproblemsattheNiagaraMohawkNine Mile PointIINuclearPowerPlantconstructionsite,andWHEREAS,itisquestionablethatNineMilePointsitenumberIIisbeinginspectedinapropermanner,andWHEREAS,thechancesofanuclearaccidentincreasegreatlywhenfaultsarefoundindesignandconstructionofanynuclearpowerplant,and WHEREAS, thiscountryandstatehaveseenanoutrageousnumberofnuclearaccidents(eg.Ginna andThreeMileIsland),andWHEREAS,theNuclearRegulatoryCommissionhasconductedastudystatingthatanuclearaccidentatNine Mile PointPowerPlantsitesIorIIortheFitzPatrickNuclearPowerPlantcouldleave1,520peopledeadand28,800peopleinjuredwithina 12.5-mTfe radiusoftheplant,andWHEREAS,manypeoplelivewithin12.5milesoftheplantsmentionedincludingtheresidentsofOswegoStateCollegeandtheCityofOswego, andWHEREAS,weareconcernedwiththepossibilityofallhealthrelatedramificationsanddeathasaresultofanuclearaccident,therefore 8e itresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatweurgethe Ptiblic ServiceCommission"andPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONPage 2Resolution22theNuclearRegulatoryCommissiontoreevaluatetheneedfornuclearpowerinNewYorkStateandintheUnitedStatesasawhole.BeitfurtherresolvedthatthisSenatequestionsthepresentmethodsofNuclearPowerGenerationanditsnecessityandsafety.BeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateurgestheUnitedStatesGovernmenttoencouragethedevelopmentofsolarpowerwhichincludeswind,geothermal,biomass,andactiveandpassivesolarenergySponsoredby:DavidFoleycc:PresidentReaganStateLegislatureNuclearRegulatoryCommissionUSDepartmentofEnergySENATEACTIONVoteof22y,3n,2a.IpPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession19thMeetingDecember1,1982Resolution23.PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thereisanapparentnecessityanddesirefortheestablishmentofaSaturdayBusRunaroundcampus andWHEREAS,thisbusrunwouldincreasestudentsafetyandmeetthetransportationalneedsofthestudentformobilityaroundcampus andWHEREAS,apetitionwithover1,000student exemplifiesthisnecessityanddesireandWHEREAS,itwillbeproposedto Auxiliary ServicesforforfundingofthisSaturdayBusRunaroundcampus,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwefullysupporttheimplementationofaSaturdayBusRunaroundcampusbytheGoldenSunBusService.cc:AuxiliaryServicesSponsoredby:P.MichaelVottisSENATEACTIONPassesbyavoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeat aswe;o Senate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember8,1982 Resolution24PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theaswego CommunityCooperative(hereafterreferredtoasaCC)initstenyearsexistencehassavedSUCO$45,000onfoodstuffs,whichtranslatestorepayingtheoriginalStudentAssociationgrantwhichgreatedtheCoopninetimesover,and WHEREAS, theOCChasbeenandwillcontinuetobe aplaceforstudentlearning,i.e.,thefirstBusinessAdministrationInternshipevercreatedwaslocatedattheCoop, andWHEREAS,theacc'srecentexpansionwillundoubtedlyleadtoevengreateranticipatedsavingsinthefutureforSUCOstudents,andWHEREAS,theOCChasandwillcontinuetobe avehiclefortheintegrationofcollegeandcommunitylifebyservingtodevelopmutualtrust,asenseofcommonpurposeandthepromotionofthegeneralwelfateofallOswegopeople,andWHEREAS,theOCCisaprimarysupplieroftheStudentAssociationfunded"CornerStore"locatedinHewittUnion,andWHEREAS,accisanimportantresourcetoaneglectedelementofourcommunity--seniorcitizenswhoenjoytheprivilegesofdiscountpricesonallgoodswithnoobligationontheirpart,andWHEREAS,accwouldprovideallsucastudentswithCoop membershipsentitlingthemtovotingprivileges,specialdiscountpricesonallfooditems,couponuse andthecontinuationofinternships,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution24Page2WHEREAS,OCCwouldprovidea9%discountonallfoodstuffs/groceriestoallstudentsprovidedstudentsputinonehourofworkpermonth,andWHEREAS,OCCrecognizedthatstudentsplayasignificantroleinenablingtheCooptosurviveandgrow;thus;OCCanticipatesthatStudentAssociationwouldlookfavorablyongroupmembershipforallstudents,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationoftheStateUniversityCollegeatOswego(withastudentpopulationofover7000)recognizestheneedfortheOswego CommunityCooperativeanditsessentialitytothecommunityandthisinstitution.BeitfurtherresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenatewillseriouslyconsiderofferingthisvaluablestudentservicetoall SUCO studentsnextsemester.SPONSOREDBY:AlanRoggenSENATEACTIONVoteof21y,In,OaPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember8,1982Resolution25WHEREAS,PresidentReagansignedtheDefenseAuthorizationBill(PL97-252)onSeptember8, 1982, tobecomeeffectiveJuly1,1983,andWHEREAS,thislaw makesmaleswhofailtoregisterforthedraftineligiblefortheprogramsofGuaranteedStudentLoan,NationalDirectStudentLoan,PellGrant,CollegeWork-Study,SupplementalEducationOpportunityGrant,StateStudentIncentiveGrants,andWHEREAS,thislawwillhave adisproportionateimpactonmalesandminoritystudentswhoarethemosteconomicallydisadvantaged,andWHEREAS,thislawdiscriminatesonthebasisofsexinsofarasitisindirectconflictwiththecivilrightsrequirementsofTitleIXoftheEducationalAmendmentsof1972Regulation34CFRPart106,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thislawdiscriminatesonthebasisofrace,color,nationaloriginindirectconflictwithTitleVIoftheCivilRightsActof1964,andWHEREAS,theSelectiveServiceestimatesthatapproximately527,000eligiblemenhavefailedtoregisterforthedraft,and WHEREAS, malesrequiredundertheSelectiveServiceActtoregisterforthedraftwillberequiredtofileastatementofcomplianceindicatingthattheyhaveregistered,andWHEREAS,thosemenwhofailtosupplysuchstatementofcompliancewillbeineligiblefortheabovementionedprograms,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 2Resolution25WHEREAS,thelawrequirestheSecretaryofEducationincooperationwiththeDirectorofSelectiveServicetoprescribemethodsofverifyingstatementsofcompliance,andWHEREAS,theDepartmentofEducationisworkingontheNotiveofProposedRulemakingwhichwillcontainproposedproceduresforimplementationofdraftrequirementsforTitleIVstudentaideligibility,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theEducationalInstitutionwillbe maderesponsibleforidentifyingmenwhohavefailedtoregisterforthedraft,andWHEREAS,theEducationalInstitutionwillberequiredtodenyfinancialaidundertheabovementionedprogramstonon-registeredmalestudents,and theresponsibilityforimplementationwillmostprobablyfallontheadministrativepersonneloftheEducationalInstitution,andWHEREAS,theNewYorkStateFinancialAidAdministratorsAssociationhasreportedthatthislawwillcausemajordelaysandbacklogsinstudent-aidprogramsintheyearstocome, andWHEREAS,theDefenseAuthorizationSill(PL97-252)willunfairlyassumethatstudentsareguiltyofnotregisteringuntiltheyhaveprovedthemselvesinnocent,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegourgesPresidentReagan,SenatorMoynihan.SenatorD'Amato,andtheNewYorkStateCongressionaldelegationtorevoketheDefenseAuthorizationBill(PL97-252)alsoknownastheSolomon Amendment.Room205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONPage 3Resolution25SUBMITTEDBY:RickLee,StudentAssociationPresidentSuzanneCastrigno.StudentAssociationVicePresident BY:MichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341PresidentoftheSenate

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession20thMeetingDecember8,1982Resolution26PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,NeilCohen,SteveChristian,MarieGalvin.andBrianWaddell have beendedicatedsenatorsforatleastthepastyear.andWHEREAS.theyhave shownexceptionalservicetotheStudentAssociation,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationthankstheabovementionedfortheirdedicationandexceptionalserviceandwewishthemthebestofluckintheirfutureendeavers.SUBMITTEDBY:RickLeeSPONSOREDBY:TheStudentAssociationSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession22ndMeetingFebruary9,1983Resolution27PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theproposedNewYorkState1983-84budgetcontainsmassivecutsinpersonnelfortheSUNYsystem,andWHEREAS,thesecutsareaccompaniedbyequallymassiveincreasesinuserfees(i.e.roomrent,tuition),andWHEREAS,theseactionswilldoirreparabledamagetotheeducationofthousandsofstudentsstatewide,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwestronglyurgeallstudents,faculty,andadministrationtoworktogethertohelpSUNYpursueitsgoalofprovidinglowcosthighqualityeducationtoallwhoseekit,aswasintendedintheoriginalcreationofSUNY.BeitfurtherresolvedthatGovernorCuomoandtheStatelegislaturereevaluatetheSUNYbudgetandconsiderrestoringfacultyandstafflinestoanequitablelevel(i.e.tomatchotherstateagencies)andtoconsidersmallerincreasesintuitionand roomrent.SPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecek,SUNYAffairsChairCraigBenson,FinanceChairSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary16,1983 Resolution28WHEREAS,therearemanyactionstobetakenonthepartofstudentstofighttheproposedSUNYbudget,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,oneoftheseactionswould betodiscussproposedbudgetcutswithstateofficialsonMonday,February28inAlbany,andWHEREAS,participatinginthiswouldrequireanalldaycommittmentonthepartofeachstudent,andWHEREAS,February28thisaclassdayandeachstudent woula misshis/herclassesonthatday,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatweurgeallfacultytoallowforMonday,February28thtobe anexcusedabsencefromclassesforallstudentsgoingtoAlbanywiththeunderstandingthattheStudentAssociationwillprovidealistofthosestudentsgoingtoAlbany.SUBMITTEDBY:SuzanneCastrigno,StudentAssociationVicePresidentSPONSOREDBY:MichaelNemecek,SUNYAffairsChairJimDingleyMikeVottisEricRitterWITHDRAWNRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary16,1983Resolution29PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thepurposeoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkatOswegoistoprovidequalityeducationavailablewithinthefinancialmeansofallpotentialstudentsinNewYorkState,andWHEREAS,SUNYOswegoisfacingbudgetcutsthatwillseriouslyundermineitspurpose,(byincreasingtuition,byeliminatingcourses,byeliminatingfacultymembers),andWHEREAS,thestudentsofthisschoolareconcernedabouttheadverseactionsbeingtakenagainsttheirschoolandtheirfuture,andWHEREAS,thestudentswishtodosomethingaboutthissituationbypersonallypresentingtheirqualmstothegovernmentalleadersofthisstate,byconveninginAlbany,NewYork,onMonday,February28,1983,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegorespectfullyrequesttoallprofessors,topermittheirstudentstoattendthestudentconventioninAlbany,onMonday,February28,1983,withoutpenaltyorconsequencefortheirabsencefromclassesthatday.TheSenatewillprovidea1istofallstudentsattending.TheSenatemakesthisrequestwiththeutmostrespecttoallprofessorsandadministratorsofthisschool.TheSenatewouldneverpresumetomakesucharequestifthewelfareofRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution29Page 2thestudentsandthefutureoftheschoolasaneffectiveeducationalinstitutionwerenotinjeopardy.Weaskthatprofessorspermitstudentstocometotheaidoftheirschool.SPONSOREDBY:JulioGraciaMike Nemecek MikeVottisJimDingleySENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession23rdMeetingFebruary16,1983Resolution30WHEREAS,theOswegonzoisa newly formedstudentnewspaper,andPresidentoftheSenate"WHEREAS,wefindtheneedtodeliverthepaperdoortodoortoinsurecontractualagreementswithadvertisers,andWHEREAS,theAdministrationofSUNYatOswego,specificallytheDepartmentofHousingandtheDepartmentofStudentServiceshashandeddownadecisionaskingustoceaseourcurrentdeliveryprocedure,andWHEREAS,underSection25,page38ofourcurrentStudentHandbook: ".Astudent,group,ororganizationmaydistributewrittenmaterialoncampuswithoutpriorapprovalprovidingsuchdistributionhasnoreasonablepotentialfordisruptionofcollegeoperations."therefore,BeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwerespectfullyrequestthereversaloftheAdministratorsdecisiontodenytheOswegonzotherighttodistributetheirpaperdoortodoor.Beitfurtherresolvedthatwedonotbelievethedistributionofafreenewspapertobe anactofsolicitation.SPONSOREDBY:Sue MuarMichaelNemecekSENATEACTIONVoteof24y,4n,2aRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession25thMeeting 2,1983Resolution31WHEREAS,thePollutionAbatementServices(PAS)toxicwastesitehas beenratedthesecondmosttoxicsiteinNewYorkStateand oneofthetenmosttoxicsitesintheUnitedStates,andWHEREAS,theformercitydumpandadjacentpropertyalsocontainstoxicwaste,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,run-offhasbeenfoundinastreamthatemptiesintoLakeOntarioapproximatelyonemilefromtheCityofOswegoswaterintake,andWHEREAS,apotentialexiststhatthecommunitywillhavetoassumethecostsofmaintainingandmonitoringthesiteaftercontainment,andWHEREAS,therearetwoothersitesintheOswego area, theOxCreek(Clothier)siteandtheByer Roadsite,andWHEREAS,theOxCreeksitecontainsmanytoxicchemicals,includingPCB'stestedat92partspermillion,andWHEREAS,OxCreekemptiesintotheOswegoRiverjustsouth of Fulton'swaterintake,andWHEREAS,theDepartmentofEnvironmentalConservation(DEC)failedtoincludetheByer RoadOxCreeksitesassatellitesitesintheoriginalrequesttotheUnitedStatesEnvironmentalProtectionAgency (EPA)forfederalIISuperfundllmonies,andWHEREAS,thecommunityhasbeensubjecttothisenvironmentalhazardforoveradecade,andRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONResolution31PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,thecontinuedexistenceofthesesitsintheirpresentconditionposestotheresidentsofOswego,thestudentsofSUCOOswego, andtheeco-systemasawhole,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswego,thatweacknowledgetheEPA'sfundingofthePASsitethusfar,andstronglyurgetheEPAandDECtotakeexpedientactiontothoroughlycleanupallthreesites.Beitfurther thattheEPAandDECrealizeourconcernforanylongtermenvironmentalandfinancialburdenthatthesesitesposetoOswego andsurroundingcommunities.SUBMITTEDBY:TheCommunityRe1ationsConmi-tteeSPONSOREDBY:MarkB.CantalesKaraYoungSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch2,1983Resolution32WHEREAS,SUNYOswego'sannualOpen Houseprogramhas grownrapidlyinbothscopeandpopularitysinceitsinceptionin1978,andWHEREAS,the1983Open HousescheduledforMonday,April11isexpectedtoattractapproximately2,000prospectivestudents theirparents,andWHEREAS,thiseventrepresentsanexcellentopportunityforstudent'clubsandorganizationstogainadditionalvisibilityandpossiblysomenewmembers, andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theOpen Houseprovidestheaddeda,dvantageofhelpingtobringpresentmembersclosertogetherthroughparticipationinanexciting,informativeactivity,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegofullysupportsthe1983CollegeOpenHouse.BeitfurtherresolvedthattheSenateurgesclubsandorganizationstoparticipateactivelyinthe1983Open Houseprogramthroughdisplays,presentationsandotheractivities.SPONSOREDBY:TheStudentAssociationSenateSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudent Associatjon StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession25thMeetingMarch2,1983Resolution33WHEREAS,CollegePublications,andDonHarrisonhave been immensehelpwiththeconductingofourmailinghometoparents,andWHEREAS,withouttheirhelpwewouldhavenotbeenabletoconductthis thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwesincerelyappreciatedthehelpofDonHarrisonandalsoCollegePublicationsinoutcontinuingendeavertosaveOswegoSPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonMichaelNemecek Sue MuarSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationPresidentoftheSenateRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswego Se nate18thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch9,1983Resolution34PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theOswegoStateGreatLakerswontheECACDivisionIIWestChampionshiponMarch5,1983,andWHERE AS, theyarenowheadedforLowellUniversityforthefirstroundoftheNCAADivisionIIHockeyChampionship,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationcongratulatestheOswegoStateGreatLakerHockeyTeamandenthusiasticallysupportsthemintheirquestforthenationaltitle.SUBMITTEDBY:DanWilliamsPatSpadaforePaulRowlandRickLee,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:Don Allmann MichaelNemecekJohnRockwellSEN JlT EACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession27thMeeting t1arch 9,1983Resolution35PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,DaveLairhas been aplayerontheOswegoStateHockey teamforfouryears,andWHEREAS,heisoneofthegreatesthockeyplayerswhohaseverplayedintheNCAADivisionIIhockey,andWHEREAS,DaveLairhasbrokenmostoftheNCAAscoringrecordstodate,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesat thattheStudentAssociationcongratulateDaveLairforhisachievementsandwishhimwellashepursueshiscareergoals.SUBMITTEDBY:DanWilliamsPatSpadaforePaulRowlandRickLee,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSORED BY: DonAmmannMichaelNemecek John RockwellSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone l31p) 341-3601

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch9,1983Resolution36WHEREAS,theOswegoStateWomen'sBasketballteamisrankedsixthinthestate,and WHERtAS, EileenSommersisanintegralpartoftheWomen'sBasketballteam,andPresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,EileenSommershasbrokentherecordfortopscorer,soaringover1000points,andWHEREAS,EileenSommershasalsobrokenthereboundingrecordatOswegoState,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothattheStudentAssociationSenatecongratulateEileen SOMmers onherachievementsandwishherthebestinpursuinghercareergoals.SUBMITTEDBY:RickLee,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:DonAmmannMichaelNemecekJohnRockwellSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch9,1983Resolution37PresidentoftheSenateWHERE PS, GovernorCuomo'sproposedbudgetcutswilleliminateanestimated52positions(revisedfrom112)attheStateUniversityCollegeatOswego, andWHERE PS, inastudycompletedbyDr.LawrenceSpizmanandDr.JamesCicarellioftheSU 00 EconomicsDepartment,foundthatamultiplier-effectcouldcauseadditional4.22jobstobelostintheeconomyforeveryone(1)lostintheuniversity,andWHERE PS, facultymemberswillmostlikelybe movingoutofOswego;theincreasedsupplyofhousesinthemarketwillcausehousingpricesintheentirecommunitytobereduced,andWHERE PS, thecurrentrecessionhasalreadyimposedfinancialstrainonUSall,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCbllegeof Jlrts andSciencesatOswegothatweareconcernedabouttheimpactof the budgetcutsontheOswego CommunityaswellastheCollege,andthatwestronglyurgethepeopleofOswegotojoinusinouractionstoopposetheGovernor'sbudgetcutstotheSUNYsystem.SUBMITTEDBY:CommunityRelationsSPONSOREDBY:MarkcantalesKara YoungSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversity llillege atOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession27thMeetingMarch9,1983Resolution38PresidentoftheSenateOswego,NewYork13126WHERE PS, SUNYOswegostudentscurrentlyenrolledinROTCarereceiving1physicaleducationcreditpersemester,and WHEREPS, ROTCisaskingformoreaccreditationintheverynearfuturefortheirprogram,andWHERE PS, wecanmake astatementthatwe,thestudentsofSUNYOswego,willnottakeanypartinexpandingtheroleofmilitaryscienceonthiscampus,and WHEREPS, NewYorkStatehighereducationfacesevenhardertimeswithreceivingcutsinstaffandfaculty,and W HERE PS, StudentAss0ciationSenatedoe snotfee1themilitaryshouldpickupwherethestateisbackingoutonitsresponsibilitiestostudentsinhighereducationinNewYorkState,and WHEREPS, webelievethatthiscollegeshouldnotcondonesubstitutinglostdepartmentswithROTCprogramsreceivingcredit,andWHEREAS,theROTCinstructorsdonotmeetthesamerequirementsasthecollegeinstructors,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArts andSciencesatOswegoopposesanyfurtheraccreditationforROTCparticipants,andurgesFacultyAssemblytofailtheproposalforcreditforROTCclasses.SUBMITTEDBY:RickVanDonsel SP0NS0REDBY:EricRitter,Studen tServicesCo-ChairmanSENATEACTIONVoteof 17y, l'IewltPUnion Phone(315)341

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SSOCIATIONStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollege Senate18thLegislativeSession27th Meeting March9,1983Resolution39PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,a busisgoingtoLowellUniversityonMarch11thand12thforthepurposeoftakingspectatorstowitnessthedestructionofLowellUniversityHockey team bytheOswegoGreatLakersintheNCAAPlayoffs,thereforeBeitresolvedthattheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegowholeheartedlysupportsLakerHockeyintheirquesttobecome#1intheNation.SUBMITTEDBY:PhilBrousseauSPONSOREDBY:CraigBensonBillSpinelliSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStuden tAssociation of StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch16,1983Resolution40PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,theRetiredSeniorVolunteerProgram was atremendoushelpintherecentStudent Jlssociation elections,andWHEREAS,withouttheirdedicatedhelpinrunningtheelectionbooths,wewouldnothavebeenabletoconducttheelections,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudent Ass-ociation SenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArts andSciencesatOswegothatwesincerelyappreciatethehelpoftheRetiredSeniorVolunteerPrograminhelpingwiththeelectionsprocess.SPONSOREDBY:MichaelR. DeLarmLindaHoo,ElectionsChairDonaldAnmannEricRitterSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego.NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONStudentAss0ciation Off;.,,, of 'ViwpruiJ"nt StateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession32ndMeetingMarch16,1983Resolution41PresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Kathy Bloomisa memberoftheOswegoStateWomen's Swimming andDivingTeam, andWHEREAS,Kathy BloomplacedthirdinthefiftymeterbutterflycompetitionattheDivisionIIINationals,andWHEREAS,thismakes Kathy BloomthefirstwomaninthehistoryofOswegoStateathleticstobecomePoll-American,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUnivetsityofNewYorkCo11ege0f k' tsandSciencesat0swegothattheStudentAssociationSenate Kathy Bloom onherachievements,andwishherluckinthefuture.SUBMITTEDBY:JanineFrainierBeth Gura 2ndEastJohnsonSPONSOREDBY:JanineFrainierSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom205HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession34thMeetingMarch23,1983Resolution42OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,Rick LeehasbeenStudentAssociationPresidentforthepastyear,andWHEREAS,Rickhasshowndedicationthroughhishardwork onbehalfofthestudentsofthiscollege,andWHEREAS,Rick'sterminofficeiscomingtoanend,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwethankRickLeeforhishardwork anddedicationoverthepastyearandwishhimthebestofluckinhisfutureendeavors.SUBMITTEDBY:Kevin McDermottPhilipBrousseauSPONSOREDBY:StudentAssociationSenateSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603

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TUDENT SSOCIATIONOfficeoftheVice-PresidentStudentAssociationStateUniversityCollegeatOswegoSenate18thLegislativeSession34thMeetingMarch23,1983Resolution43OfficeofthePresidentoftheSenateWHEREAS,CraigBenson,StudentAssociationSenatorforSenecaHallandPathfinderforovertwoyearshas shownexceptionalserviceanddedicationtotheStudentAssociation,andWHEREAS,theseexceptionalserviceshaveincludedFinanceChairandPresidentPro TemporeoftheSenatealongwithcountlesshoursworkingfortheStudentAssociation,thereforeBeitresolvedbytheStudentAssociationSenateoftheStateUniversityofNewYorkCollegeofArtsandSciencesatOswegothatwethankCraigBensonforhisserviceanddedicationandwishhimthebestinallhisfutureendeavors.SUBMITTEDBY:BillSpinelliSueCastrigno,StudentAssociationVicePresidentPhilipBrousseauRickLee,StudentAssociationPresidentSPONSOREDBY:StudentAssociationSenateSENATEACTIONVoteofacclamationRoom208HewittUnionOswego,NewYork13126Phone(315)341-3603