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S tudcnt Association State university of New vork College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 1, 1968 Bill I Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: I. That students receiving traffic violations on campus be given the right to appeal said violation before payment. 11. Students applying for hearings must do so within forty-eight (48) hours after receiving the violation or automatically forfeit the right to a hearing and be required to pay the fine. 11 ..Upon receiving notice, which students must apply for in writing, the Student Traffic Court will notify the Campus Safety Patrol of the said hearing and as to its pending date. TV. Students who are found guilty to violations will be required to pay the fine on the night of the hearing. V. If found guilty, a stlident will be required to pay a service charge of $.25, Passed, May 1, 1968 Vetoed, May 2, 1968 Harlan B. Sgone President I Student Association

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" 1 S tudont tissociatim State University of New ft3;clc IC Collerj~ at Osweyo t P Senate 4th Leyislativc Session 'su 2nd Senate Meeting May 8, 1968 Bill 2 3 Introduced by Kenneth Rempell b-, AN ACT i -? To establish an Ombudsman Be it enacted of .the Senate b6 the Senate of the Student Association b of the State University of New York College at Oswego: i e I. Purpose A. The Ombudsman will be the focal point on campus for complaints, .la + questions and criticisms. li B. To increase communications between organizations and individt uals on the Oswego campus. 11 11, Appointment 4r A. The Ombudsman will be appointed by the Vice President of the Student Association withthe majo;ity approval of the Senate. 111. Powers and Duties A, To deal with and discuss and investigate complaints and crfticisms that are brought to his attention. B. To make available hisher phone number to all organizations and individual students of S.U,C,O. Passed,May 8, 1968 Approved, May 9, 1968 Harlan B. Stone President Student Association

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Student Association State University of New Work College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative Session 2nd Senahe Meeting May 13, 1968 Bill 3 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH A SENATE-CLUB CO-OP COMMITTEE Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: I. Appointments A. Members of this committee shall be appointed by the VicePresident of the Student Association with the majority approval of the Senate. 11. Membership A. All members of this committee shall be senators. B. Membership of this committee is not to exceed five members or to be less than three members. 111. Powers and Duties A, To operate a co-op organization to buy and handle all communications materials,i.e, Ditto paper, ditto masters, poster board for all clubs and student organizations on campus. B. TO operate on a floating budget of Eo purchase the materials, subject to revision each year. C. To charge only the price paid for such materials. D. To be empowered to establish its own procedures for distribution and payment. Passed, May 8, 1960 Approved, May 9, 19613 Harlan B. Stone President Student Association

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:;I=udcnt Lssociation Stab Universidy of New York .2ollege at Oewego Senate ,'ith Legirlative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 15, 1960 Bill 4 EG it enaoted of the senate of the Student Assooiation of the Stnto mivereity df New York College at Oswego t I. TIAL.::: student& recdving traf Eic violatf one on campus be given the rigki; to appeal said violation before papent, TI. Students applying for hearllngs must do so wichin forty-eight (413) hours after receiving the violation or automatically forfeit the rig?-i: to a hearing ad be required to pay the fine. 7. gp~n receiving noLice, aich students mus? apply for in wrfti-q, Liie Studcmt Tr-ffic Boar<. will notify the Campus Safety Patrol of said hearing znd as to I :s date. I: Students who are found g~iltjr to violations will be required to 3ay the fine on the night of the hearing, TI Studenks who Pail to appear at the time of their hearing wiil Zorfeit their riqht to a2peal. I. Btuaenta who cannot appear at the time of their hearing must 9okiPy thz Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, in charge of l!!r~jXfiq court, at least twnty-four (24) hours p=l.oz to t2re heaxinq. A charge of $.25 torvicd to those students who are found guilty :.t their hearing will be collected. Passed, May 16, 1963 Vetoed, May 16, 1:?:;!2 Harlan B, Stone StuGent Assoclat~.on President

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a E tudent Association :-State univetrilit~ of Hew York College at Oswego Senate 4th ~egislative ~easiah 3rd Senate Meeting Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the Skate UniversiCy of Hbw York College at Oswego: To allocate Seneca Ball treasury $40.00. mf sated

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Student Association State University of New Ygrk College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting May 20, 1968 Dill 6 To establish the basis upon which student eees shall be collected for the 1960-1969 academic year. To revoke section 11 A, B and C of Bill65 of the third legislative session of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego, and to establish finance policy appropriate and neaessary to the establishment of sound fiscal policy, Be it enacted of the Student Associathon of the State University College at Oswego: I. Having reviewed the results of the referandurn on mandatory student gees, the Senate takes the following action: A, A Mandatory Student Activity Fee of 27 dollars per student per semester shall be assessed. B, Student Teachers shall receive refunds upon request as follows: 1, Refunds of $13.50 (thirteen dollars and fifty cents) shall be granted upon request to those Student Teachers who teach for one quarter. 2. Refunds of $27.00 (twenty-seven dollars) shall be granted to those Student Teachers who teach one full semester. C. Faculty and graduate students may pay this fee on a voluntary basis, 11, Having reviewed the Student Association fiscal status, the Senate takes the following action: A. That no recognizes, finanded organization supported by the Student Association funds (i.e. Activities fee) shall make contract commitments without the approval of the Departmeht of Finance. Approval shall be made solely on the basis of the financial capability of the submitting organization to meet such a commitment. 111, Budget Council shall be empowered to establish policy necessary to carry out the policies of this bill. Passed, May 22, 1968 Approved, May 23, 1968 Harlan B, Stone President Student Association

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Student Association State University of New YorX College at Oswecjo Senate 4th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting May 22, 1960 Bill 7 AN ACT To grant the HUB of M those funds not spent from their budget and to establish the procedures for the use of such f6nds, Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego : Having reviewed the financial situat&on of the HUB of M, the Senate tdkes the following action: 1, Grants to the HUB of M all funds remaining in its budget at the close of the 1967-1968 fiscal year for use during the 1960-1969 fiscal year, with the following stipulations: These funds remain in the Student Association accounts until they are withdrawn according to proper procedure, That these funds only be withdrawn to pay for commitments which are open free of charge to all students who have paid for their 1967-1968 student fee regardless of whether or not they have purchased a HUB of M activities fee card, That these procedures not be deemed as a financial connection betmn the Student Association and the HUB of M but, rather, a guarantee that the student funds will be put to proper use, All such funds be withdrawn before the close of the 1968-1969 fiscal year, All funds remaining at that time shall revert back to the Student Association Surplus, Passed, May 22, 1960 Approved, May 23, 1968 Harlan B, Stone President Student Association

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Student AssxQation State University df Nek Y~rk College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting May 22, 1960 Bill 8 To transfer funds from the Student Association Surplus to the account of Symphonic Choir, 1>9 it enacted of the Student Association of the State University f ollege at Oswego t I. That $750.00 be transferred from the Student Association Surplus to the account of the Symphonic Choir in order to provide funds for activities contracted over the allotment of 1967-60 for said organization. 11, That spending, until the in accordance with the Budget CouncilSs Policies on deficit the Symphonic Choir be penalized at the rate of 15% per year account is cleared, Passed, May 22, 1968 Approved, May 22, 19613 Harlan B. Stone President Student Association

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Student Associbtioh State University of New York College at Osaego Semate 4th Legislative Session 6th Senate Me~ting September 23, 1968 Bill g To establish the means of&qnplementing the income of the Student Associa?~ion, with funds ~ther than thoss collected from the student body. Be it enacted of the Student Association od the State University of New York College at Oswego: That the Treasurer of the St~Zent Assoc&&tion be granted authorization to authorize, when the state of finance is amenable, the allocation of funds for Certif;-catc of kposit. 1, The offic~ of the Fa.:ult::-.Student Association shall be designated as "agent" for such finencial transactions, 2, That the interest accrued by such transactions be credited to the total surplus of the Student Association. passed, September 23, 1968 Approved, September 24, 1968 Harlan B. Stone President Student Association

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Student Association State university of New York College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting September 23, 1960 Bill 10 An Act .?a establish a Senate Committee on Committees. Be it enacted that a Senate Committee on Committees shall be formed, consisting of not less than four nor more than six members. Its duties shall be : 1. To appoint members to all Senate-formed gr Senate coordinated committees. 2. To review, and recommend action wdhe Senate upon, all execative appoi ntments. The temporary chairman of said committee shall be Senator Richard Becker, who shall be ~esponsible for choosing the rest of the committee which shall then elect its actual chairman. Passed, September 23, 1960 Approved, September 24, 1963 Harlan B, Stone President Student Association

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'-> Student Association +State ~niver'eity of New York ACollege at Oskego \ b *$ Senate 4th Legislative Session x.; 8th Senate Meeting r L % To establish and mxintein an s :ation, WOCR. % k c Ee it enacted of ths Student New York Coliege at. Oswego: *i u That thc sum cf twc thoxcand use of Ele rac:i-o ctstio::, in 468-69 Bu4get ;.-revl .;.lls ly qprc 'I October 7, 1960 on-campus, student o~erated radio Association of the State University of dollars ($2,000.00) be allocated to the addition to the $4,000,00 included in the 'zed 1:y the Senate, Passed, October 7, 1968 Approved, October 8, 1968 IInrlan B. Stone President Student Association

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Student Association I State University of New York College at Oswego A. \ c Senate A 4th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting a, October 7, 1968 Bill 43 Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the Stafe University of New Y~rk College at Oswego: I. That students receiving traffic violations on campus be given the right to appeal said violation before payment. 11. Students applying for hearings must do so within forty-eight (48) hours af ter receiving the violation ar automatically for eit the r@ght to a hearing and be required to pay the fine. 111. Upon receiving notice, which students must apply for in writing, the Student Traffic Board will notify the Campus Safety Patrol of the said hearing and as to its pending date. IV. Students who are found guilty to violations will be required to pay the fine within forty-eight (48) hours after notification of the court's decision, at the Faculty-Student Association Office. The time limit will not include Saturdays, Gunddys or holidays. V. Students who fail to appear at the time of their hearing will forfeit their right to appeal. Students who cannot appear at the time of their hearing must notify, within t~rsnty-four (&l) hours, the Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in charge of Traffic Court prior to their court hearing. Passed, October 7, 1968 Approved, October 8, 1968 Harlan B, Stone President Student Association



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Student Associatien State Univereity of New York College at Oswego Senate 4th Lagislativa Session Senate Maeting BILL Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oewego, That PEN AND BRUSH which is an approved, chartered organiwation of the Student Assoeiatfon sequeets a budget of 8 1200, for the fiscal year of 1968 1969 to cover publication costs,

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TO ESTABLISH A .?OLXCY BOB VISITT_BG IPOtlgS Ill 00 HIZ;fiS BE it encrcrted csf th a Sonata of tho Stdont ~l&~ion of the State Univereixy of JJw York at Omregor I. Time Of Oc~ureno~ A, Vieiting how shall be peraltted in oollege roaidenoe halls durirq the re{;ular ~oademio your, end during any mummer in whioh olaaeee cuw ir! seeeion. 6" B. The 1 aurn diorlng whioh trisitation mw ooour ehall be between 2 P.M, and oaurt&, Llondw throu* Thursdey, end between 2 P.M. Fridw and ourfew Smdey nie;ht. 11. Res;gonsi')ilJ. ties A. The j~i~tmy responeibility for tht euperviaion and adminAetratio:~ of the vieiting hours ehall .?eat with the individual student and t le Tnter Dorm Counoil P. 'rt, 4.3 l;ia reepansibflity of the indisidual atudent to insure tkat 81 rdtrno~phere conduoive to study b\a meintained and that the rights of thee students not participating in visitation be proteoted. C. &oh rmident haa the right and should a3eme the reeponeibility for -king ol;hem to maintain oder and quiet. Aiueee should be browht to the r~ttontion of the resident aseietant on duty and/or members of the ~?eaidenoe hall Judfoial boarde. D. At leuat one resident asrpietsnt hall be 11 the reeiderroe hall duriw th-t time visiting houre have been eohedd~ed. The reeiduqt asaio-ant will provide asaistanoe and suppo~~; where difficult eituationa arise and in the event of sn e;aer,..enoy. Ln or she ie not ex2eotec3 to fukfill the resgonsiblilitiee definedherin c~e the c IX. Viola-hiow ? e A. Violstiona ehall be dealt with by the reeidenoe hall w Judioial boards, or where no ewh b-e det, by the Sudent limociati on Supreme Court.

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B. Penalties for violations shall bc detominsd by these boardrs or by tho Supoms Court, whichever has jaisdiction,. C. Tho Sugrone. Court shall ham the power to remove the privibledfor a specified period of timo fmm my floor or raaidonoo hall fo&d to bo guilty of habitual violations.. 'IV. Initiation of me polioy A. This policy shall be initiated within two rioelrs &tor ra%ification by tho Student ~2ssoaiation.

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S tudent Association State University of New York College at Osqego Senate 4th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting Bill 16 Intzoduced by: Cathy MacCrimmon November 4, 1968 To Establish Discretionary Curfew for Sophomore Women. J3e it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: Whereas the present curfew system is available only to juniors and seniors, and Whereas sophomore women jn every othe aspect of college living are considered to be upperclassm~~~n, Be it enacted the sophomore women be granted the privilege of discretionary curfew. The fol:o*adng prov3.siona wil : apply: 1, Sophomore worns wfli be reqvt:l.r.cd t? fo1:aw ali regulations and rules now governing the d: zzrsc-:.onax y curfew system* 2. The right to use this discret..maxy curfew will be effective at the beginning of Spring ser=,sstea.: 1969, Passed, November 4, 1960 Recinded, November 4,1960

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Student Association State University of New Ymk College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative ~~ssion lath Senate Meeting November 4, C968 Bill 13 To establish a uniform curfew policy for the Women of the Sophrm~~e, Junior and Senior classes and to establish a uniform curfew procedure for the Women of the Freshman class. Be ik enacted of the Student Senate of the State University College at Oswego: 1, That a no curfew privilege be extended to all Sophmore, Junior and Senior women, 2, That a discretionary curfew privilege be extended to the women of the Freshman class. In the event that any women student has not attained the age of eighteen (18) years, she must receive parental permission to participate in the discretionary or no curfew policy, Passed, November B, 1968 Approved, November 5, 1968 Roc 8 uoed Harlan B. Stone &resident Student Association

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Senate Aud ACT

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Student Association State University of New ~3rk College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative Session mth Senate Meeting Be it enacted of the Senate of University of New York College November 4, 1968 Bill 19 the Student Association of the State at Oswego : That all policies as established or altered by the Faculty Assembly of the State University of New York College at Oswego, directly affecting the members of the Student Aseociation, shall be subject to the review and approval. by the Senate of the Student Association, Passed, November 4, 1968 Approved, Wovember 5, 1968 Harlan B. Stone President Student Association

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Student Association State University of New York College at Oswego Senate 4th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 4, 1968 Bill 20 Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: That all policies as established or altered by the Administration of the State University of New York College at Oswego, directly affecting the members of Student Association, shall be subject to the review and approval by the Seaate of the Student Association. Passed, November 5, 1968 Approved November 6, 1968 Harlan B. Stone President Student Association

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State Unioerdfy of IJev Pork 4th LegMat57e -iun slms;te PI-at;ing .3 C RoOBmber 18, 1968 An A& l ----...--.-Te .aril b 2 of the l& leglalat2n .esdon (Pn-tetian of ~ppoiatment~) to rat@< 8s follavet Be Sf enaoted of the Senste of the Student Aewaiatlan of the State University of Pm Pork College at &suegpt --." --*.--.--. 11 _4_ ------A*.--.--II,Voting on Appoirrtaarwtr Spah app inbneate -1 be presented to the Seaate for itr vob at the ffrrrf regular oF apeulal nwtof the hate follovhg reid preskktion, and the vote of the Senate as to whether the appointment8 will be opprwed 2% &.i *<,y-=s A, l?herrr -1 be a roll uall vote on gach rppointment of the Student A~eoolatlan, 3, Debate on spmintmenta shell be United by a two-third8 vote of the &matee Cs The appoortew &all be notified in writing of the deolsion of the Senateo

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i c Y FOUBTB LEGISLATIVE SESSICN ., =#ATE lrlEBTfYG Prim primlag. will be axtaabad only at t&t-8 uhaa an uurou~~stnt ir .JLa tbat utudl.mt 0a.m to rorod trm their am8ign.d lot8 in ordar :>hat thir phua of maw ramoval oaa k acroologllmhodo

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ffnitfsn8 4,ehal.E ellw ~gacaoa to return ta the.ar our, before or aftor the cloaimg hears of thag clawsf tory, 2, no sign out ewda are nsccmsary, 3, there will be no dedliae for returning, i

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Department of Finance Student Association, State University College At Osweqo FINAL BUDGET 1968-1969 Name of Orqanization Art Exhibition Blackfriars Concert Assembly Ontarian Oswegonian Pen and Brush Writers Club Bit In Spur Catalina College Recreational Del Sarte Freshman Cheer leaders Judo Karate MRA Varsity Cheerleaders WhA Choralaires College Band Men's Glee Club Orchestra Symphonic Choir AWS HUB of M Student Association Biology Flying Club Chemistry Club English Club French Club German Club Graduate Association Industrial Arts Xn ternational Relations Club Math Club Philosophy Club Psychology Radio Club, Lakeshore Russian Club Sheldon Forensic Sociology-Anthropology Club Spanish Club SEANYS Ski Club Allotment 1968-1969 8,400.00 11,900,OO 32,000.00 29,979.00 23,OOO.OO None 150.00 625.00 620.00 6,350.00 560.00 260.00 1,196.00 880. GO 5,300.00 340.00 2,100.00 430.00 6,300.00 1,800.00 750.00 2,652.50 1.o00.00 None yt 23,850.00 270,OO 114.00 850.00 620.00 300.00 410.00 None 625.00 l,78O,OO None 920.00 900.00 275.00 215.00 49. WOCR College Radio 6,000.00 50. Black & ~uerto Rican Student Union Intercollegiate Athletics P~s& &, r Signifies revision to propoed Spring ~udget, A&.-. a

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' Student kaocf ation taw mivemity of Ww Ybrk llage at 08wmgo A Bill #_;hS Introduced by Jon Prfwall k it enactod of the 8-t k8ocfatian of th. 8tate miveraity (rtollrgr at O8wmgoa That the notfng ti.l. of the 8krdm k.ooiatfan 8mate tm chfra Ibnday at 4845 pen. ta 9uuday at 4245 p.m.

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Student Association State University of New York College at Oswego Senate gislative Session Meeting Date: LJ -9-LR Bill 37 Introduced by: John Anken and Bob McCarthy Whereas: The Interdorm Council represents some 3500 plus members of the Student Association, and, Wheream The need for improved lines of communication is necessary for future integrated efforts between the two organi zations concerning campus issues and activities, and, Whereas? %he need exists to formally recognize Interdom Council and its conetituent member dom councils: Ee it enacted of the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego: 5P+lI;q That the Interdom Council be alloted two v&aag seats in the f tudent Associ ation. UFhr -the occePtl.L o-f She); ~ouahtu%ou by Shhwt Supreme Court.

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Student Amaociat ion b.bruary 10, 1969 State Univeraity of IPork Senate Introdwead by and Ken Rtann Be it remolvrd of the Student -nociation Senate of the State Univeraity College at 0-go: Whereass Any inequality in the grading ancl evaluating procedtrrem -1the i?rofesnor correspondingly cauaed by either indiacriminate error, ovsraight, and or subjective non-co~~prhenaive evaluation ha8 no channel0 of app0.l or recourae that is capable of ascertaining the validity of such inequalitfes. Wherewt: A atudent'a grade wam not am acmrate measurement of his =lPof achiawement or indicative of hia maatery of mubject matter in accordance with fair and equitable grading criteria, 'fiere-: Ign order to prevent these infusticeo and inequalities athe ahdent It~nociation and the Faculty Als.rably both dedicated to the fair and equitable principles of higher education deafgn the machinery necesmary to eliminate any of the rbove inequalities, it resolbed that the Student Amnociation atrongly aupportn an Appeal Bomd that ha8 the pawar to EtE-IWAUZATE and RE-EXaUXZlI my case that: falls into the category described above, ThLboud will hlve the delegated authority to test the individual employing either oral or written exam8 to mocUure the studentom proficiency in the area in question. Thum it will hwe the authority to re-grade and re-avalurrte the studant,



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Student JMsociation State llniveruity of Hew York College at Omwego Bill $''I An Act to ammad the Student AB8ocIatlon By-Lap 1, "Ecilm of the S-ate So-f on 1. R88~01uibil&t&88 The Qomacib of tho Senate ue group8 uhicb roport to the SmtO. Bdh is WOd to q~~~int bd HOC comaitteem ub80 duties and respoaribilities shall bed deacrihd by the individual Cwaoila. Section 2, Staadinu Orwncila The Cotmcilr .ha1 be: 1, The AcQdrric Policies Qouncil 2, Tha Stet Affairs Council 3, The L,iwary Council 4, The AdmSssionm Council 5, Tho Sugarr Somsion Council Section 3, Ad Hoc 0011Pitt-s Subject to the approval of the Senate, lfhe Chairmur of the Senate my fraar time to tima appoint ad hoc oomittea to report to the Ssnate on special matters. All Council. ohall have tm to four mabers, except am may be othmmdse provided in thome BpLaua, Tho numibarship of me Councils e%copt u othendse pmidd shall be composed aa followas b) Ssn te Baeh smator s required to samte on at learrt one Council. -At it8 first meking tlm Senate 8hrll elect by secret ballot the madmrs of tbe councils, bto Sonata member shall serve on mora than tw Councilm concur1contly,

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Section 7, Oouncil. Of ficeqs and Ret~~tts ~t its first mating, each Council shall elect a Chairman and a Reoordw. The Chairman shall report to the Sonata on the actavitb8 of the Councils, Council proposrals shall be 8Ub&ttad to the Senate raumhrrs at leaat ow uaok in advance of the 8ession at whhch these proposals are to k acted upon, Section 9. lhoti~ Within thrwdks after the first meting of the ruw Senate, the Councils shall organiu. They shall mt at leaat once a mth during th. acrdrric year frm my 1st to April 30th. Any ttm menbars of a Oo\lacil may call a meeting of a ciuuncil by annauncwnt to tho chairman of the Cmnci 1. Soctfon 10, RaPoZt. te the President If a Council fof the Senate ehall be called upon by the President of Studont Amsociation to parform special tamks, the Council shall aopart its finding. and conclusions to the President and the Senate coacrurently, Ho such Council shall have the pamr to act for the Senate in apprwing or dfsapprwing policies, Hefther shall it ndke public elsewhere it. findings or eonclusionm prior to reporting to the Senate, 'Ilrexe shallba reciprocity of reprrosuntation on rogulu Comaitt-s ULd/ox Council6 of tho Faculty A.scrably and Studeat kmociation, One of a Sonate Cemittee or Cooncil shallba slectd by that dttw or Council to sit a8 a fall wmbex of the corresponding cknrmitteo oz COmCil of the ?.~~lty A86-l~~ md the Om laarmkr of the corresponding Mttee or council of the faculty organitation shall k electad by that Corraittee oz Council to stt on the carresponding Camittee or Council of this body with full rights, Th. Departlrcsrst of Paoalty Committoem shall, after CONUXtation with Faculty kscsmbly reprmentativea designate for approval by the Senate, the Ooapittees and/or Council. selected for matual membership,

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Seotion I.* The Director of Adhissionm he Mmiea&onm Council shall recsamibnd policy arr it relatea to the adaPismion of md8rgraduat.a student. to the collage, In addition go its regular report., th. Council shall report in writing to the Senate on addsdislru critexia currattly in effect during the firmt a-#te,r of each academic year. ARTICLB r0 'Ilre 8naaMr 8emsion O~PIIC~~ shall recommend policy u it refatas to the conduct of the sW ~ssitrs progrim. (kction 3. Rwort8 The auaavar $usion Omancil shall mdke r report to the Senate on the immediately up-comaing ewaer session erch spring, and St shall rssess the completed #mmmr sctssion in a report to the Senate each fall saamstu. The ikadsmic Vice-Pxesident Saction 2, lhanctioru The iWcdaaPic P01ici.s Council shall b. long-reango planning, organization 4nd mpoot. of the College's tadslcgzaduate recammd chamgas in such progroaro respom ible for the rvrlu8.Aon of all program% & shall

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The Vice=~aree&dcnt for Student Aff rir8, Section 2. Punction8 Xt shall rmomamd policy to the Sonata on all matar8 pertaining to the -1fare of student. not directly concorned with cl.lrmsolosa irrrrttuction, frorilty reratarch, or tho pmblic 8omrico function of the coll8g0, ARTICLE Vff The Librarian Section 2, Function8 The Library Qomcil aha11 recommend libraty policy to the Senate on all mattarm affecting the academic program, It #hall be particularly reaporulbla for the codnuing development of a mtmd rcquisitiolu mar, ravicm libruy proceduea, rail x-d policimm on libruy aerwLcea to faCUlty aad 8tUd8ntSO

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Student Amociation State Univordty of Bm York College at 0Senate 4th Legia l.ativo Seas ion 23rd Senate Meeting Bill 20 Whereusr The Sat8 hrrr decre88.d financial grant& to mll8go cultural went. and Whereut Tho Ooaeort A8seuibly of the 8tudcmt A8aocLation will ba ford to cancel fuzthoz activitiem fa this year without additional fund8 Be it enactsir That Student amciation grant an rC1Clitional allotmnt of $3,800.00,

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Student A ;sociation State Udtessity of Neu York enat e 4th Legis Lative Session 23 rd Senste 14eeting Bill # 35 Air ACT BQ it ezm:td of the Senat* of the Sudent Aasooiation of the State Unfvsrsit,r of New York College at Oawego r IUe resiclent8 me allowed to hare females in their dormitory rooms at my time=fectfve immediately,

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February 19, 1969 XXI, A floor member my Frtkmacute any resident on hir f Itmr who he Paela ha visleted any f imitation 0 hie flour haa enacted. Passed bv the Sanartrrs 2-19a 54 Sfxteen (161 Yess TWO (2) FP (Not yet act& ups by Harl an Stone, Ikesidsnt of Student Arrsociation, )

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(Not pet actad upon by Earlan Stone, Promident ofSSeudenf, Amrocfation.')

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Senate 4th Eaghl8tire Searion 25th Senat. llwting

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S tudant Amsociation State Ihivemity bollege at O.wrgo fntroducd by Carole Seymour. Wheream t Tha Senate of the 8Ment Amwcirtion of the State Uhiversity of Nw York at Oawago ham pusd Bill 36 and, Whereart This bill haa been signed by the Presidant of the Student Ammociation, and, Wherearr bill 36 aupercedes Bill 35, Be it reso1v.d that the Sonata of the Student Amsociation rescind Bill 35.

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TO: The Student Aaaociation Senate FROMI Student Affairs Council RE: COGS Repart of the Proposed Replacement for the Dirciplinary Procore The Student Af fdrs Council reconunende the acceptance of the COGS Report in Bill form with certain modificationm. It was felt by some member8 that perhape the Student Association Supreme Court rhauld be the judicial body to decide on came8 of posmible suspension or dismiemal, but it has shown an untdllingnese to take auch cues and feels that atudente alone are not qualified to make such a decieion in which the future of the student is at stake. The amendments that the Council has euggested are intended either to clarify certain point., erame ambiguities or to better insure due process for the student against whom action ham been taken.

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fntrductocy paragraph second sentence Only fa ,such caaes, involvfng possible auupsneion or df amf seal, the procedure8 , article E: adrese t3 addreas Article Xf, section B refuafng to appear wf thout due cause, Article ff, final sentence Mice Prezfdent withing 96 hours, not to include Saturdays or days in which classes are not in ~e~afon, Article XP t focal ad+freas and mailed or dsffvered 96 hour8 prior to such a h,rarfng not to include Saturdaycr or day in which claeaee sre not in aesefon, Brticle XV, oectfon D delete article Dl, add new section Dw Mtmbero ,f the commf ttee may be removed by the appropriate body (f,ls, Pacmfty Aeeembly, President of the State OnPvemfty College it Oewego or the Student Asuocf ation). Ramoval of student ~nenibers will foflsw the procedure stated in section %I paragra@l seven of the Student haacf ation Constitution, Amtfcfe V, asretion E three mernbers of the committee with 3ut giving cause and three rnejmbergl on prejudfefa'f grounds Article V, s~ctfon H and the student shall Be preaent and have the right to be repre;mnted Article VIE, insertion of shalla or the V ice President shaf P be dfxscted. , -irticfa VIE review bar the Preafdent of theColfege when appealed to him by the e:udsnt. Any modiffcatfan of the deciefon of an afore merttioned body shall be rrtated in a epecific written &xpfanatton and returned to the body and to the student. Srticle VI IP Berm on the Student Conduct Comf ttee, and may be removed from theLr poeftfona through the same ~rocsdore aa that stated for the !student Conduct Committee in Artfcfs XIY, Richard Rogexe Chairman, Student rafPrg,irs Cou nc f P

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Student kaociation State University College at 0mmgo Senate 4th Legislative Seaaion 28th Senat4 Meeting March 17, 1969 Be it enacted that the Student Aeaociation Senate at the State Wnfveraity College, at Oewego: That the Proposed Replacement for the Disciplinary Promem be implemented with the amendments propoad by the Student Affairs Counci l.

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Student Asooc istion State Univerm f ty CoRaege at Os*wego An Act Be ft eraactad of the Senate of the Student Assac: &&?on sf the? State Wnivmrs ity of New York College at Osvmgoa X, A etudent reeafving hisr firat traffic v.alat%an an campus will be given a warning tic \ w :, This ticket will inmr no penalty of fine. %L The vfslatar will bo notified of the mrrrfng ticket pzscsdttre upon pxesentati~n sf that : tcket to the Tzaf fie and Safety ihpartmemrit Off far 'This mst be done to ensue that the violator unC I :,ftands the warning tfcket prc~:sdure, and that tl 1:s ticket is pr~perly recarded by the Txafffe anr Safety S%tpatrtmewt Of ffce* fEX. All Future tfckmts received by thzil mtuddnt wf 1% follow the es tablinhed procedure sf sn-cat~pus traffic violations during that lr: a: year, W, Only one warning ticket wi Pl Be gf wq n ,ler acac3emi.c year to all students #Rs have the. .r vmh Lclee properly ragP8tered at the Traffic : r lad Safety Off f ce3, VI, ThPe bf 11 will beetme ef feet tv \s i it Uk ) beginning of the Fall rr aster of 1969.

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Student Asaacfatkon State Unfvmsfty College at Oswago Senate 4th Legf al ativm Sess%on 32nd Senat s bet%ng April 21, 1969 An set to mend the Student AssocPatfon By-Law Amend by addf tion Aatf clte VX Student Affairs Councf l Sectbn 4 IWn-Senate Memberas 'PPle Senate shall elect for term of the ,mr%od of cme legialakLve 'seaaion four members from . :he atuden.:. body who ahall meet the eligibf lity

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Student As socf ation State Wniuersfty College at Oewego Sea te 4th Legfsl ative Session 32nd Senate bating April 21, 1969 sill #U An act it enacted o f tho Senate of the Student Association of the State University College at Omegos Z, The penalty of fine for perking vfolat%ons on cmpu8 shall be two dollas, 1%, !&?he penalty of fine for moving vfolrtion~ en campu~ shall follow thm present pattern (lee, $2 for the first moving violation, $4 for the second, $6 for the third and subsequent moving wiolatfons) and shall be rocardsd separately from pwking vfolatfons. XIX, 'This kill shall become effective at the beginn%ng of the Fall eemster of 1969,



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Resolution 2 That interviewe held by4the Senate Connfttee on Col.snittaes TIU be open fa all sermnbsa, for the pur2x,se of int~e~ persons seeking executive appinbonts,

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S dent Aesoci~tion te University of New York '-College &t Omego ,4 Legielative Session November 4, I968 4 Introduced by t Robert Mc Certhy $. L Recolution 4 Be it resolved of the Sfudent ~seociction SaneCe of the State University 'College ct Omego: hererur: It hoe been the policy of those personnel directl:' involved L with registration and pre-registratton to list vcriow .coureee w th t also listing the wofessore who uill be -#I+ teaabing ose pmtioillar courses and We, es students, look uwn this ae a very unfair and inexcusable t practice that should not be overlooked !?refore, be it resolved the* we, as renresentatives of the etudent body, urthct this praotioe be eliminated in all instancles wherever meeible. v ;We firthor wge fh& thia resolution be submitted to all officiale ,aonoerned wlth registration, as well ae el1 Department Chdrman to ba rurOher declt with there in sinoere hopes that this policy be eliminated in the future.

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Student Aseociation sate miverdty of lBrrr Yo& College at O8lego Senate That lolladng eMry Sonata resting tho rulibrm of tha Senate mhall diw in Udtt Onfaa cafeteria, 1, ~ZXJ living in roaidmnce halle mhall ham their ma1 ticRota transferred for ma -age 2, Mglanre not living in midance hall. mhall hava their ma18 paid for by ae Senate expense acca9nt. 3. The Student Ammodation Premident shall be invited to attend then diners.

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Student Association State mivarsity of Bow York Oolloge at Omwu~go Ingislative lossion senate mating Whoroam tho studont umociation, in coajrrnctian with Hwitt Onion, hu. in tho put, rude nrril8blo a am of -nay md th. porsotmol tmcosauy to bplownt a &odecuhing fund, and Whereu Hdtt flaion is, at th. prount th, unrblo to us\raw financial mpaauibility for oporatiomm such u irightly camh-upr ubd trips to tho bank for tho #up080 of cashing choalu in and replenishing tho cuh .upply, and Wherou thoro ham hfinitoly boan cutprosad a dosiro and a nod for such a checR-cuhiog fund, That tho Studmt ksociation mtar into a contractual agreamnt with tho Hedtt Union Board of H8aagors to cosponmor a ch&mhing so-ico, to tho actont of sharing yrmruos incurred tlhilo LrPplmmnting a systan of chodt cuhing with the inithl $7000.00 praviausly mot uibo by Student Association for this check cuhing sorvico.

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$e It resolved of the %tuQeat Amiiooiation Senate of %he S%&e Univerai%y Cojbloge at Osacagor Kh&ossr The exoegtioml sttdon% who fe able to &a BL~~~~ 09 aoa4oroic @xooXlsnoo #iBh~ut rc)gu&ss( a%taxbnoo and trhois able 60 B~ttsr utiUrao bia olaere tiae in Sn4~oadwt sobol~~ship outr~ide tho al~srooat nryr be gwrrliss8 ahply far exoeodiw thia nu~mica.2 quoia, rand thua prm~~~td from obtainiag tho optiau bemfi%s

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1968-69 FACULTY RANGBOOK STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEN YOBK COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AT OSWGGO (ppo 12-131 ATTmlDAN CE POLICIES lo Student izchievemenl and the de~elo~ment of sohalarship ar3 responsibilities shared by the student-and by the college, .L; .ia the responsibility of the instructional staff of the oollege 50 provide worthwhile and rewarding learning experienoes coxrrnen?nf=t, with the objeotiocs of the aolleger.: It is the res~onsibilit! of eaoh student So maintain regular class attendacme since such attendanoe is essential to obtaining optimum beneflts from Lb3 calf egg program o 2, The relationship between class attendanoe and s,tudent aoc mr.l. IT^,:. is not constant for all students and varles with the of instr~ct*!c; :I. activity being csrried ono because of' these variables, no numericaP quota of allowable abaenoes is set, 30 Any absence from clas~ or other assigned educational acti vi%? results in lessening, Lo ~0x0 degree, the studer,tas progress, 1% is, therefore, the responsibility of each student, in sa f IP. as possible, to naquaint himself with the concerts and to at^ .$:I the skills developed in the period? or periods missed, 4, Excessive absence in arly cowrse wlll be construed to be absence, regardless of cause, which a~~rcciably lamrs the ~cc~myl.ishrrent of the stuCent in that course, so An instructor may, after consultation. xith the chaiumam of 11:s department, recmrend to the director of the division in whlrtt t2;t student 18 enrolled that the student be dropped fro= class h~= cause of par achievement due to excessive absence, If the direcGor agrees that such aotion is justified, he will notify Lhch student that he has bean drog~ed. and that a mark of G has been recorded on his recordo 6, The attendance policy is focused on the twin aoals of ef: sct~, ,, tnstruction and scholarly achievementr hence no account has :sen taken in the preceding statements conoerning the cause of zbrsnas It is a~~arent;, ho~~ever, that certain instances of absence 3m class are unavoidable, In the case of such absenoe the stxB~~e_t; should infom the instructor of the situation whioh accasionr3 the absenoe, and the Instructor, in so 'far as fcaslble, shoo Ed assist the stuZenL in accom~lishing the work ~issed~ to It is the Ieyal obligation, as well as the educational rcs~onsibZlitty, of e~ch staff member to keep an accurate and u.ytodate record of attendance of each student enrollted in his clesrcc, I"nc class book ~rovided for this Furrose must be de~ositea i!'~ the Offlce of the Cean of the appropriate Divisionoat the cor clusion of each ~csdemfc year,

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Because an extended .period of absenoe fron: college clusrzea nay indloate tha stubent is eerlously ill. or has eat with a S~I.:-aocident, each Instructor must report the absence of any stud: :.t to the Office of the Assistant Lean of Students when an a3seni t. totals two suacessive class reriods,, 8, Because nas~ absences bePorc and after vacation pc~loda rt=duce the nwber of effeot?.ve C~SF ~eet%ngs in a course a,nd tP penalize the students who a!w rresent as well ss those uho aw absent, attentaoee st the~e times is particularly importmt, Since these yoliuies RSFUEC that bt Is the responsibi2i$y of student La attend olasces chsaughaut the scseste~, no menfla~ of this problen is fnoluded in the state~ent cf ~olScy aulgli 5 t;a students, As starPrcejrbers, it is our res~snsibilily kc ~crjx'-~, tafn suoh a high level of infitruetion Lhst volunkar~ rznQ nrso.:: at).:. absenoe at these times w~ll carry its own pcnal$go. The saheduling of fnstructicnal aotivfties thz t will sGrmgly encourage attendancejust iefore and just after vacaticn periods will be very helpfulo In oese of aboldabl~ absence the hr ructor is under no obl:.gation to provide opportunities for rnk: 17, P; up the work misseb, 90 The Eealth Center will issuB ti BaiSy bulletin listing tho:, students who are in +he Infirmary, Lhose who are csnfinud to residence because of illness, sod those who are able to rtiturr Lo classes,. One cojy of this dail~ soyart will be p~stec? ~3 tLE feculty bulletin bend,. 10o Authorizetior. for field trips and other oe;l?ege spansnror activities that r.guire student abserice from classes murut; be oleared through t~e chairman of the dspart~ent involved ~md t? : Associate Decn ftr Academic Affairs, The request for such 21;. 42 $3 mu~t be made a zinimum of one weex in advenoe of the dace of i ::I activity, Lf st, of students invWcd ir#each such activity wil; be furnished tc the ohaimen of the de~artments and a list w'i.2 be posted an tb.s faculty bulletin board, Tho ma jcr DU~~TOB~ 8; these lists is to assist faculty members in planning their work

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kw York a: The Student Aaaoohtion Semk of th. Stat, Univmmfty Collage at Cswrgo Is the eloobd mplrsont tibody of the skdsnbo and,

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u 8ta-t kwciation stat. mivmr8ity of Ikw Tb* .. 911.g, at C, k it rololv.4 of tho Studant Aaaociatlon Sonata of C I tho Stata Univaraity of Bow Yo* dallogo at -8 % That fund. be allotod for the ~urcmao of financing ? .,. legal .id in tho event that the Studont kaociation / Senat. d..larr it necumary to challoathono ~niatrativa L b farof tho Oolle~ at 0-go an their autocratfc policiw 0e bamed on tho theory of fn lopamntim.

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Legislative Session th Senate Keeting Flesolut ion A RESQLUTION &'to s: accordinq to Article 111, Section 11, 'of the Constlhtution of the Student Association Senate of the Sti+te University of Mew York Collage at 3swego which states,",,, the Supreme Court shall appellate jurisdiction over anv lover court created by the Senatewand, reas: accordinq to Article 111, Section 111, number 5, of the Student Association Constitution which states, The judicial power shall extend: to any dispute between students, or between a student or -adzation and a student, or between student organizations, if no lower court, housing unit court,,, iudicial board, or standards committee shall have prior Jurisdiction, in which case the Supreme Court shall have the vwer to decide. .," and, a the Supreme Court of the Student Association has accepted the case of "Susan Lortie vs, the Hart Hall Judfcinl Boardwand, s: The Hart Hall Judicial Board exists and is not a lower court created bv the Student As:;ocintion Senate of the Satate University of New York at Oswego,

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Blew Yofk That tho 8onato call8 fox a pra-mgimtrcation In tho tamhion aimflu to ~QZPW: pro-rogbtratfOll and tho pr-lbont Qno thf8 mam8t.r be u8.d am a gplib for oour~ offufngr,

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STUDEkT ASSOCIATION J STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEU XORK ). flnf.T.EGB AT OSUEGO rSENATE 1) Put a &rulk Canlttae on Traffio ud Waty Peili~iaa be erkbll.hedo Z b. 2) put sbikrvhip -1 k oorpomd of om ramtar iron era homing oorplar (Loniu-ISamlaafl, Lah81da Hut-Rmmlle, ud SonaeaChyw=-), me uemtor rapramnting ooprptine rttrdentm, .nd "-2 of th student -tic -. I I

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A Resolution / 3 Whemae the 8fudent Assaciation Supem Caurt accepted es a csse fbr its coneicterationthe csse of Susan Lortie w, Bwt Rsll Jtrdicial Board snd, Whercss said caurt heard the csse and presumed to make a ruling concerning the decision reached by said Judicial Bawd and, Whereas Articile 119 Section 111, paragraph 5 states tbat said court may rule ugan gmpr conduction of court trials, an8 may sb@y remeurd cases to their origional courts Be it resolved Tbat the Studezrt Asmciation of the State University of New York College at Omgo censure the Student Association Supreme Caurf f&r their unconetitutiorrsl ruling pertaining to the diepbsition of the* me prevloulily menfianeb, P

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, +& ir~1:.C.~tivt~ "~;gr;iou .,)I BEIIR~ Nee?i.iri+j; December 16, 1968 -? \ 'C Resolution 14 . & i~troduced by Fen, Ken 'Rempell %Whereas: Zefi'rey Feinman is the appointed Ombu6.~rrsn of Stvdent Aeacrcb %atJ.o,n, &nd Vharesn: greet in?ust2ces fnhcrenl. wltllin the Indcritrial Arte doportC, mni: hwe httrtrc bl-augh5 to hie ui%exr5iou, md Whereas: we beli.eve that the act!.on Nr. Fainmen has puseucd in recmt L weeks is within she bounds of his poeition, and Whereas: for a Long time the dideatisfsction of the Industrial Arts students has been known to exist on this campus, and a Wherea~: most of the Industrial Arts students are hesitant to approach b the pr~lper authorities because of the consequences they feel b they may suffer Be it Resolved >f the Student Association Set.-te at Oswego that yr We commend Mr, Fel~:ian for what has to be ucnsidered a service wellrendered, mPor, t'lcugh it has not yet been cozplzted, and assure him that he haa our confidence in any actions he deed3 aecessary in b coatlr-:ing to serve his fellow students at the State t7i,iver.-ity College at 0 3wegp. f

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Student Allsodat i on Strte Wnivexmity of Hew York Collega at O8W93 Senate Fourth Iagimlative Seer ion Twenty-first Senate hating Introduced by Itemeth Ranpoll Where: A unifo:m regf atration procedure over a period of year8 will balance the fortune8 and misfortune8 a etudent encounterr during regietration thrcmghout hi8 college cueor, and, Whereass The need exirb to i~ure upperclaasmn of a courae or coureee necaeaary to fulfill graduation requirementcl, Be it resdlved 0:: the Student lbeociatfon Senate af the State Univerclity College at Orwegoo lt. Priority for registration be granted firat to the senior claort followed by the junior clrucl, than mophmore8 and froallmen in thir ordu. If. Within each cl-8 there will be a continual rotation of reglatrstion order according to am social security numlmr,

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February 19, i96?$

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C L li;" I Student Association State Unfverrity Oaflegs at Oawego Fabruary 19, 1969 RESOLlJTION 19 ntrsduced by Richard Becker AIllD 8XhW8r Students can and mhould have the po-r to regulate matters which p~rtain to ~tudsnt life, on thi. cmpuar Pured by the Sanata 2-19a.69 Bight (8) Yam, Seven (7) No (Hot yet acted upoa by Harlan Stans, Prsmident of Student maociation. )

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'sat

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Ba it r-lwed of the Senate ef tb4 Student Aullodhtiaa \. of tht~Skto Univermity of 1Pw Yo* ae O.mrgor

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Student A88ocfation Skk Onivrr8ity Ool1.g. at Ompgo 8tPdYRt Ibrwciatioa dnae not ybcoo~ag8, nos will it

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Sonate 4th Leginlative Sessicjn 26th Senate 1 setfng ThaWthe Senate svlppoa~t the b9%% Sn@rodiicsd and passed by Inter-Greek Council on Fsbmarg 27, 1969 concorning t'ns action taken by InterFraternity Counci.1 and eho Stude~t Association on open dormito~ios and fraternfty houses

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Student AE ssciatlon State Universfty College at Oevsgo Senate 4th Legielative Seeafon 32nd Senate Meeting it resa lved of the Senate sf the Studer\t Assoc%ation the State Universfty College at Omg~r That the students of the Gtate $irRboers.ity College feel that it is right and just %hat they be represented at all mcsstinga sf the College Cs~mc%l, That a minimum sf three students &muldl represent the student body at all ColPsge Council rneei.:%ngrr, That thssa three students be the Presfdcnt of the ~me~b~d Student Wssscirtfon, the Chakman of the Student &s~ber~t + Affaixe Council of the Student As.oc%atfon, and a khlrd member to be elected by a majority vlte st the 2mmberS Senate,

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i'lfiercas: The Student Aosociatiou, State University Collece at Gswcgo, hao planned and carried out aervico projects, nme3y Cmpua Chcst Neekcnil, in tho past and ahould continue to do so in the f~t~os aid Ylhcrch~: The above mucd proJocts have not bcen planned properly for best reoulta Ln rebwd to publicity, control 09 activttica, md cleaa-up, md tho Student Asaociati~n ha3 bcen unable to aupply the nccesaary liBn poner to CILTV out the projects, be it Hmolved: The StutLent Association of tho State Univcroity colle@o at C.orro~o establish a Service Connittec ao of Septsnbcr 1969. Thia Scrvlca Connittee shall havo a co-chairxmshig, one chair-bo be a Senator in the above iimed Student Aosociation the othr to be thc First Vicc Prcsiacnt in charge of 8~rvice~ of I3psU.o~ NU chapter of Alpha Phi Cllllcga at the Stato Univcr&iy CoZle~e at Ornogo. Tho rnenbemMg of this co& rrcltteo rrill be oolccted by the chaLmen at the bc@mlng of each aenestcr. Thc purpose of this cormittoe aodd bc to armc for the plsl;uuz3ng, or~onizing, carryin; out, and cl~aniw up ator, of thc abovc nonticne8 projccts and a~yr new projects qq?roved by the Student Associationo



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May I. 1968 me ffret: rneeti~~~ of the euurth l.eqirtat( *e ssrdon beqan at 4tC? '1 p,~, VIC~ Prtlaidefit Cirsir amed the meetinq bv rmortJ.nrr +ha+ a raaue.t had Man smt to Mr WasJenaar, dire-!or of housincr, remsut ns the menataye 8 for the war 196869 b; allowed to 1 foe in their rer-eetim,%l% 'they are I renressnting Re also relortad that a +one w;lt be fnsq-alled In .'he Vncon i for 8 ttldmnt8' Uee. began hi r re?art by conqratulatinq +he and -1hi8 remrt, Preddent Stone 1Smted *he ~ro~osad folldwlnq wart ty to haova weekly meetf nqs facultq a-pa aatjon mrrr(r eva"at10n fro.mr'can courses to be instituted wj th4n the curriculum sena-orm t~ mmek OW and find mnsakera to me and aqea* at the 'rcr.3ate meetings -~&nr amatorsan attem3t. to uae the loud u-reaver and a deeq C~I t-?.'? Ondmn +.o a; d 'n faeitf tet3n.r c?ammunf cation w4 th the cafmnr ..err Qorz ~l~~~to+schallencre them to mabe +he4 r restdantm aware 40 :i. t i. on ana the dorm muncil meetincrs -~:udt?n ~QQairst.0 +n olw the students heye an3 .+en rewesentat tn : s neces8arv a. u.udent d44.-1.4nea cromm;t+.ee mn8ietJnq of 2 rtudentrrf 22aculty 1 2adm:ni stratorr eonrrti.u+f.on retrir40n ry)mm; +.+ee

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pamising of bills rad a roalution, 9%Presideat dray rlro inaludmd that big1 t vatcnd by tl# Rtcnidrat-8 1. supra8 aoart Qiof r).;u+iaa Alur Xaammn Slutiqor Ran Redmck, David Jarvia, Immy mq1-p IBnatar -11 mmvd to veto upon thesa peeple 8. @ mhqar, group Seaatar Wal mmtionad to move into a emmiittee 4)s th+ *k, Sonator Ihrrarr rwrvrd to lllopa out of tho qmdtt.s QC Wk. Vica krrrideat dray callad th8 qu08tiaa. Tho wtioa m 40foaesd 1 ry, lb~y, Sonator Alsxcadar moved to accept Alan Ia88oclon u 8rimf3wUco, Roll cutant rota wa8 tcrkenr

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Senator 8Wers wvod to aurtioe, Roll amnt vote Alexander, J ay w.olk~r D -, B8y I$-,, K Etilf&kOr, J' ry 3s)c*iea, #t .ay I'lolLtUkO. Jb ay ma QriaraM, It rg tk Cuthp, Do W !'mmll& a4 ap Sonatox i41.xlttdu moved to .o& Davad Jarvir aa a StiprCcwrt SwtLco, Re11 count voto wan tdcan, It waa otrurimm9.. Alacmsda~~ J 8y Ma my, B ay Wsdof f b a BOdkW, 0 ff Paorlli,H ay BmWb 8--*.a. fa.--., + Rompll. IC 0 ay Rejyd.b, P ay' 1ht.n.t K -. ry flilfilter, J ay S.nb.s.8 A ay Jdtoblac, EI ay Sa-w, IC 8y KoepaIro, A ry Seywur, C ay ldst CrirraWm, X ay Elokal, L ay Senator Mc Cu:thy wved to acaept knny Englandez am a Suprema ~trati~" &6X1 caont wote wu tcilnn,. Xt wau pu+.br16 sy 0 niw, iib. mw&r + -ay Paobll5; I ay W!@COZ?; O 0 &b qtl, k 8y ma '8 ern 8Y ReywZQ, B ay Ik-; K -ay Scmdera; A ay R&lfiksr, J -> ay saw, x .Y SaHbisb, H ay S~yllOllV. C ay X&wM,i& ay Sokal, L ay iUw CWimm,-'X ay Widofb, L ay wcaruqr; way

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me rnxkm&n Sam Carpentier, Mary AM Ninmtti, Kathy Waleh, 13ax sdhntxra leaator Bvaas umtiond that 8-ak should wve into a dttee of the -18, Seaator BPana wved to out of the cogmittee of the tihole. Sena&r Sandus mottad to accmpt "Docu Bllison as Traamrer, The motion was paesed lSay, Oney, 2rb. Senator Mac Crhmmna ~ovd to accept Wkb Barkman ru Amsiatat Trsaourer, The motfon pcrased lQay, 3nay, 8matolt Rempell moved to accept Budget Council aa a total gfoop, Thcr motfan was passed and a 'ttote wam taken, It #M parrseci otranin#.usly t NEW B08mBaS8 Senator RmcpeklT. awrtgd to tali r~olutfon 2, Senator Brawn mopad ko wave #a thrae day limit procmhre -. concerning the acceptance of s bill, Passed, .Senator Rl%cpell aaaved to accept bill; ZZ concetafng the ereation of an ombudmnan. It waa passed 14ay, itmy, SEnata, Alexarrder moved to sos' table BIll XII, Senatar Soh1 matkoned to move into a dttea of the *lee -Kathy Walah reaigned from the past of Budget Council, Senator Brown motioned to mom out of the conmitt0% the WhoLee 8enator bfe%ander motioned b adjhrn the meet&n& me megt&rkg rdjourrred at 6825 O.M,

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senate 4th Legfmlative Stmafan 3rd Senate Pleating Vfoe Freufdeat Way balled the meeting to order at 15:s P.?.ID Hin utea af th e p~?evioue meeting were rend an d approved., Attendan oe wao talcen; th e results were ae follows t

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BILL 7 1Po want HUBN thoas -8 not spent f'rom their bwet an& to eaPabliah the pmaeedure for wo of sush ftmds0 Sen. 3en.,poll moved to aooept M11 7, disou.&aion f olkowed. Sen Alexander uallsd the qyastian Alastrrnder -aY Anken aY Beaker ay Koeusko Mathens Rempell, Rep olds 3a.n dors Seymour Sokaf. eJr aY -aY aY nay w QY RY despea~~x3~y su2ab tted,

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Vies Frrc~fdaat Gray caLed the meeting to kxdar at btSLaP,~IL, ltfnutes were reaa an4 approved, Itall. wa.a tnkan. Senator Wfcfdff! mvod to acszapt Diane Plovesarr and $oar\ Xnaptan an voting rep~aaenativwa bar ZGC, Famed I5ay, lab. TXBrpL6;'Sh,EB 6 XEPfXAa2 s 5%0r0 18 reafxdftinq of the Sczcke (ciue to e~nfli~t with tnu Soc-iokri, OW;) SUS XUESS a senator Krurdero tsovad +A table kesc Sut%on#L, Sonator Alerxm-dcx novod to untzLh2.s siii ?, SE~atc Club Coop ~uttmittea, Sonatox IIao CrPmunor; orcvad tn amenit r:FLL 3tc 4rI.cta artfc2.c 3, noction 8, Vice Preoirjlsnt Gray cnLLod the qarsctbm:Gay, Zcb, V$ae Praraident Gray ;~nLlod tho qt:esticn on ?\%113, Pavcfid unaa$.mualy, &li count vcto,

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li ?: -4. ~iudsnt 4 lrrociatia 8WnS-varrity of Hew Yc :k dollega ; t OB~go mmta 4th &gi! latiw. Sarrion pad Sans;. mating Sapt-r 23, 1968 Sbadent M.3 of Oondttcrt suprema Qoust tame& to be activated, Faculty Eva i.aation prhtvdure availabla in 6.A. office. 'Ilre wad fa;: t"cnutitutiona1 Oonvantion to roviaa tha praaant oonr3tktutione Traf fic Bsa-:d collage Oou-acit and Board of Truake8 pur amnpum policriar, It meet. aproximataly four timer a year. We need mtudant repree mtation on thim amaittae, S,A, nWb ;UlW representation porh.pra conwntion at -=go. saptdmr 2 i, 7: 30 P.M., 213 8mitt Union an informal 8.~, taa, Prarident 8 -am new tira 88DIt0r18 help to re-h a gar1 thare is m:h work to ba done ocmitteer needed for Publf maluation pacu l':y Boa hat ion dwf eF coure -1 laa luat ion pramidmt :itma racwmendbd Norman Wemham far paculty Affa%xa, Jqmer Bovsy to bcw on tha Aicoholic Bovdraga council Cwmittee, -ranee !,"uller wu recoopamndd fox the committee of 1ntsmatio;al Affair.. Win 16.ly.r~ to fill the Buprano court vu?a.tcy, S,A, b ap toint a cadhpittee on Comdttaea, WJ mEi388r Sanrtt~r bloCa:-:thy introducad .Bill # 9-93 rntab1i.h th. 02 Aqple:.nt%ng th~ income of the Student Ilrroaiatioi, with fundm other than tnome ocrl.laatad from the re kudent body Saclator #&Carthy sow* to wava the three Bay remirownt, 8snator VonImbarg smed to dtangs the word implaranting to paad

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3LC 3USI"=SS a 8.n. Brown mtionsd to untable the motion to aopaint Robyn Xoyw as 8 Suprel3e Court Jurtioe. Sm. Uie\otf ealle3 tke guestton. Pasred 1%~~ lab. The Chair ukad to untoble the motion to apgotnt Lury Tullar a8 Chaifiltrn af Intemmtional Affairs. stme Kso Crlmione nova to aooept the motion. Dirourrian follow84. Sen. Widoff oallml the quoation. Roll oall vote ma taken. Pura 1%~, -v,3Qb. Aluxamlor aV Banpall 4 A*on .-:-W& Rynoldr et Beekrr ar 3anQar8 Prerident Pro Tom. Sen. Alrunder mad to untable the elmtiana for t5e porrftion of Preri4mt Pro-llm. Sen. 9ey8our eallrb the quertion. a011 0.11 rote mr takm. Sen. 3mpe11 11. Sen. Sudarr7.

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Alexander Ankon Beaker Brown Svans ftllf lker Jqkubleo Xro Criamona Mathewe 140 Carthy BIW 10 To ~tabBl18h a 8errrte Committoe on Conittee8 8m. Brom 1scm4 to rooept Bill 10. Dtuoulrrion followed. Sm. Widoft v~wd to end debate. 3011 -11 vo:e rrar taken. Paaaed wrrmimaurly. Supreme Court Clerk: Sen. Bro#nrmel to rocopt Davi3 Field u Supran* Court Clerk. Disourrion C01lo~~~ Roll 0811 +OW ma8 hkm. Pasred unanimu~ly. @ILL# 11 -An Aot a paltoy on the art ot rloohollo bovmrager. Sen. Ranpel1 MVW to mept Bill 11. Sm. 8 gmam me4 to table Bill t1. Dioiuion of the Boure low. 8u. sm. ~&i .ad to t.bie eiii ti aria two it be vford to uomlttee. for. hrther revirion. Parred.. Sgn. Berker motlone4 to have a 88Mte meettng on Wdnr~+cll.gr at 4t4p.n. to rwim the rlaahol propaurl. Direuarion fo'llow~. Pha Ch?tr oalldl the queutian. Purd. 9rm. #!.doif nap@ to adjourn. The rmeettnq: rdjournd rt C120 P.M.

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I :jtu cn-t .:-;soci -stion 3% .te Us?iv::rsitg of New York Collc,f;;o ?t Ccule,'=o th ernto ileotirlg Yctobcr 14, 1968 7ico Zresid'nt Grcly cdlcd the meeting to orcier 1t 4150 I:.: n.rc trtken, sen. iien~ell nm 33 ent. Tb mii3v.tes were corrcctod -ad approved. 3,7L";SIXa::T S IGPOBT : cv-.ident btom nditremed tle Sen.~te. He called upon the sop VICE PX:?IX::T*S XlPCRT: 'hosident 3r?y requested to move into 31d Ijusine~s. 9l;D E;USLr;.~SS : Deckor xldromed the senate concerning the coclnittea on tt en. 1,cetin;ro are at 8 I?. TI. Sund~y nights at Eewitit, Uriior. bciw apgoSn+;ed ekould qnear at these rneet*s, Senztor :;qvory moved to untable the appointment of Gene or znd Jave I'mhm, to tmffic court. Senntor Voraocber;: czlled the ouesti on. Shrincr-unmimouo r2kn17 3;., 0 nzy, 1 ab. -~y LlcCnrthy -3Y -oy 2empell -:by Be;ynoldo -aY t SmBers -BY S. A* involve self in renedicl praSrzlrs. Pro:::ote bctter rel."~tioncBina botneen tl-e Collo,.;e :md the tom, Incumcechoose P. naenbcr to zork on' Sncw-mce gro3lcn. CurfewSenators re~~rt back feelings on hot: students 3?zK:Qmhol.'Ucohol -tt xinor f'unctionf; and 6'1)06%21 3rem m"Bir reco,gired. 'L review of the policy vril: not t3ke 3 sear. 2epreaeht&tiorr College council mill welcome otodent repreaent%t10n. Ft?culty 2eseably?resident Stone will sddrccs tkm. ~irrick2.z;resiiki.rt Stono will meet Dean 'i'heelezcommittee of six students arc needed to dmiv up .an zcade~~ic policy ?acUtg ~sse3bly rneztinga >re not closed, Tmffic courttwo people to be npnointed to tmffic court. S. 3.ill sponsor fnculty ovfiuc?tion. Senators! 9tte:ld Don Courcil mectinzs for better corn-unixtion within the do-ms. .t~~cint~~eqit of St eve Dmtzig ss reycaentztive of tae Sopbmore Clam to FSA. Qddresoel Seste conccmiq S.A.*s budget.

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, Studerlt .?szoI",I,H~~Q~ State University of New York College at OsTm~o th Legislative Session h Senate Meeting October 28,1968 B Vice President Gray called the meeting to order at 4:50 P.M. k+: Attendance was taken. Senator Mathews was absent, The mlnutes were read and corrected, 3 k i) Seno Reynolds moved to accept the newly elected senators, -'&.c*cf Justice Ron omb back swore in the new senators. Vice President Gray impressed the issue that action ip needed on the new budget. The senators were asked to take an active role LC In the check cashing fund problem. -@. ITTEE R,IPOHTS: The CommLttee on Committees approved the appointof Senators McCarthy, Savary. and mans to the Finance Committee. rnmlttee also approved the appointmaent of James Freeman iman of Communications and FZlblic Relations, en, Becker moved. to accept James Freeman, Passed unarrimously OLD BUSIN %S: BILL 11 Alcohol Sen, Rempell moved to unt-ble Bill 11 so that it may be dePeated, Sen, Widoff called the question., Defeated. Re8olutlon 2 that interviews held by the Senate Cornnittee on 11 be open to all senstors for the purpose of lnterns seeklng executive appointmentso pel1 called the question, Passed 22 ay, 0 my, 1 ah, Resolution 3 Dropping Courses Sen, Prlnsell moved that the last day for dropping cowsee te extended to the seventh Saturday after the first class day. '3e %it resolved that a copy of this resolution be sent to the appro9riate ials to demonstrate student concern with this pxobSen, WcCrimmons c6lled the question, Roll oall vote was ';ak3n passed unanimously. BILL 13 That Pen and Brush, which is an approved, chartered organization of the Student Association, Requests a budeet for the fiscal year 1968-1 969 of $2200 to cover publicationcosts. Sen. McCrimmons eoticnel to nave Into a committee of' the ole, Pqssed, Sen, Seymour moved to table Bill 13 and refer It to Bddet Council. Divfsion of the Rou~e 10 aye 9 nay 4 abm ry requested a roll count vote, 13 aY, ~IWY, 1 abServary aY nay nay Seymour aY aY Sok'al SY aY VonLoeberg nay BY Widof f aY fiY Plfwgor sY nay Ember aY nay Ssnders nay nay Prinsell aY *Y Rempell MY rYY.-"'

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BILL 14 Pollcg for visiting hours in collewge residence Sen, Evans motioned to taUe Bi1114. Defeated. Sen. Rempell called the question, Overridden, Sen. Prlneell moved to end debate. Divieion of the house 13 ay, 9 nag, Defeated Sen. Evans motioned to table Bill 14. The Chair ca! led t9e Division of the house. 12. ay, 10 nay. Sen. Remp911 moved to establish a committee on curfews. Sen. Sanders oallad the question, Passed, Sen. Prlnsell moved ta open the floor to nominations for the poaitlon of President pro tern. Passed, Seno Prlnsell nominated Se, Rempell. Sen. Seymour motioned to cl.oee noninations, Passe&, 8en. Wkdoff oast one officlal ballat to Sen. Rempell. Sen. Widoff motloned,t~ adjourn, The meeting adjourned at 6:25 P.Mo Ldtirj.~? it? &-+@ I

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iY'tudsnt Assocfa tlm %State University of New York College at Oswego I A pate I s ,h Legislative Session i J %9th Senate Meeting November 1968 Vice President Gray oalled the meeting to order at 4rb5 PaMo PAttendanae was taken* Senators Brawn. and Vldoff were absent. Minptss were oo~reated and approved. Vloe President Gray mentioned that two executive appointments have been referred to the aommlttee on aommltteea for a ad hoe committee on registrationo Those being referred are Riahard Dicklnaon and Fred Barker, L OLD BUSINESS s 4 Senate Finance Committee .@en, Savarg moved to scoept the 1968-69 Student Asaoolation Wldget, & Sen, Hilfiker cralled the questiono Passed unanimously, ?rCommLttee on committees8 Seno Becker moved to accept David Fields to Budget Counall, the Chair aalled the question, Passed unanimouslyo @en, Eeoker moved to accept Sen, Rempell as ohairman of the Senate alL; aohol aommitteeo The Chair called the questlono Pasred, k Resolution 48 Registration MoCarthy motioned to bring Reaolutiont) to the floor, Alexander esrlled the questiono Passed 20 ay, 2 aha, EW BUSINESS: BILL 11) To establish disoretionary ourfew for sophomore women, Sen, NaoCrlmmon moved to acaept Bill lbO en, MaaCrimmon motioned to move lnto a oommittee of the whole, en, Rempell motioned to move out of the ocnnmltteeeof the whole, Sen, MacCrimmon oalled the questlono Roll call vote was taken 21 ay, Savary abstained, BILL 15 To establish a uniform aurfew policy. &en, Sokal motioned to move lnto a emsittee of the whole, Sen, Evans motioned to move out of the aommlttee of the whole, Sen, Savary oalled the questlon to end debate, 15 ay, 6 nay, Sen. Savlry oalled the question, Paseed 14 ay, 4 nay, 4 abs, ay I ay l Ry 4 nay 3YI ay s ab. ab 1 RY 3b I ab. -Macarthy Pleegor -Prinsell Reynold s -Rernpell -R0~er8 Sand era -&vary -Seymour -Sok.ll -VonLpsberg

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sen, Beckar mowd to reeoind Bill 14. Sen Alexander cslled the queatlon. tR ay, Senators MaeCrlmmon, Mattewr, MoCarGhy, VanLosberg nay, c ''Polutlon 5 That the Sermte shall dlneeln Rsritt Unlon oafetnrlu sen. Savary movedto aooept Resolo 5. sen. Rempell mlled the questiono Un~nimour~ '* BILL 16 Preoentatlm of Appointmanta j 23en. Reapell moved to aocept Blll I6 4 pen. baker moved to uaslbd Bill 16 to read at the end of seotion 1 The preoident of the Senate rhall prorent the mmes of prorpeotiva qppointmentr to the Senate Committee on Commltteer tor revlew before the Senate takes aotlon on the aald appointments, I me Chair oalled the questlon. Umnimoua. ILL 17 That all polioies as ertabllshed or altered by the Adminisktratlon of the State University of New York, College at Osre~to directly affecting the member8 of SoA. ahqll be suhjeet to the revia and approval by the Senate of SoA, %en, Alexander eslled the question, Unaniaouao ILL 18 All pollole8 established by the Ploulty Assembly shsll be ..gubject to the review and approval by the Senate of SoAo Sen, Savary mooed to aacept Bill 18. The Chair ealled the question. Unqnlmous, en, Rempell maved to adjourn, The meetlw ndjburmea at 7800 PM,

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,%enatc I 4th bgialative Seesion /%pp "*tin& 3ove~ber 11, 1968 I Vice $resident Gray called tke ~ectiw to order at 4:55 P.K. / fttendsnce-nas taken. Senstare 3ana and Reynold. were absent. Sin%tes were read and approvcd. 1 i sen. Savary announced that dinner would be available in the Union rafter the meeting for all Senators, Permanent ~eal tfcket transfers "3x1 be required in the Pltute for all on campus denatore. 1.. Sen, Seapel1 mule the Senate aware of the fact that iL la proper j~rocedure for Yenatore to etand while speaking in '.he Senabe, / PLD i3UYlXES: i none W BUSINEYB: en. tiilfiker moved to acoept Lyn F.?illhover aa substitute for Sen, Rep old8 of Johnson wh3 ie now student teaching, Sen. Prlnscll motioned o move into a aoaalttee of the whole, 3en. VonLosberg m0:ioned to out of the cort~ittee of the whole, Sen, Rewpell calle? the queson. Pasaed 11 a3; 10 no after the chair broke the tie. -no Prinsell -nQ -BY dempell -no -ay Rogers -no -ay Sandere -no -a:[ Sovary -no -a1 Seymour -aY -aY Sokal -no -n> VonLoeberg =no -ay Ytdoff -no -w -BY den. Becker zovef ;o acoept F:ed Barker and Diok-"icklnson as represenatativea to th3 2d hoe Registr@t1on Committee. No second, The mot/ion rae withdrawn. % Sen. dempell questioned mether Bill 16 had been paesed or vetoed. The Xdeciaion ~$11 bo annouwcd at the next Senate meeting. sen. Becker card to accept Sen. IcCarthy as chairman of the Pa~ulty i2valuation CovJO Sen, Vidoff called the question, Sen, 3okal obiected, he question. Kotion passed unanlsoualy, Sen, ve,,lrz~Crg moved $0 accept ReeolutSon 6To cstablieh a check cash(, fmi CO-eponeored with H3=. Sen. %vary motioned to move into a 1,omrnitfcr of the whole, Sen. VonLosberg motioned to move out of the b committee of the 'whole. Sen, Alexander called the question. 'Pasetd unanimously. Alexander reported on the Faqlty aesembly meetine held at 3:3O (Ct. 11. 1969. ;'den. iempell and Sen. Prineell made the following motion: ,We move to have an agenda aetr up before each meeting, 411 Infometion

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b -3to be discussed shall te in tho posnes~ion of the Secretary of the S.A. by the Thuredag nick% before the meeting, The agenda shall be presented and approved by the 3enato at tho tart of the ~eetinfl. Jen. Hc~pcll called the que8tion. i.otlon naoaed l2ay, llno after the I mhair broko tho tie. I 1% :;en. aoger8 cotione: to nova into a uoimrittoe of the whole. Ihrt Hazi, nitsky ur'ged Senetorl to uae their sperkiw voice at Paoultp Aatembly ~eotir~e partiaularly wncerning ourrimalum revision pol6cIe8, Dtsar1 ,ion lollovec!. Sen. PrinselX rationed to MI. out of the mittma of 1 P the whole. Yen.&mkerroved to adjourn. Themeetiagadjounedat6:15 PM,

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Student Assoolatlarr Ststa Univerrlty of New York conem su Ome~ AaeoptUrae of the a&end8 t &no Rlnmll roved to rocept the qpmlao P18ssdo Sen. VoaSRmbrg wrsd to amend the rgenda to 1ncrlu.le r bill on seation 6 of nw 'bu8inerr aheok arrhlzag. Plussd OLD BUSfNESSt Ssno VanLRrbrg rwed to untable the narlnrtlorr of Stm, Evans a6 obirun of the lbtarirl RroCprr, Sarr. Rln8ell oallml the quertiono PasseU 16 ajr, 4 my, 2 ab, mu PRf8IIIIE88: BILL 19 An Aot ponnntrtian of rppointarent8, 8m. Rampoll muvawl to aeaspt Bl11 19 and to amend Bill 2 of the 1rt Laelahtin 8088%-6 The Qmlr omllod tho quartion, Pasad ~nanlmaos~~ BILL 20 8emk Ruler and Proasbur08 Seno Rap012 .9.rd to maept E%11 20, Sen, Beaker moved to .nd debate, Dlvlsion of the house 13 aye 8 a40 mf.rtd, !Rw ehnir 8all.d the question I1 aye It nay. Beoount 10 aye 12 nrJI, Dstomtd BBSOLUTI~ 7: to ertabllsh r uniform pallay eo ellmlnate penalti for rbrmoe. Sen. Ro~rr rorsd to aaaapt the rerol, Sea. lhoCrImman ea11ed tho q\re8tlaaie Sen, &La1 okjeatml, Seno $okal moved to mend the rcbrolutlan, elirlnatl~ edd.itlan8 1 & 2 adding that r aut pollg k ertabllsh~ at the beginning of the

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8ue8t.T between the profearar"8nU btudent8, Sen, IUllhofer arlled the qu~stianon the uendment~ 10 rg, 9 my, 3 a8eo Pb88eQo Sen, Ro~era roved to the raaol, to reinatate addittans 1 O 2, and to ahinpy. .dditian 3 adding it to the out polioy to that poliq an alarr partialpatlono %!he Qmlr ealld Wt8 que8tiw om the oandpcmt. Boll -71 rote was 1) 4, 13 nay, jrko defeated, -0 VOninam SWO~ ta the -8010 'bg -1njr fhrt rddition 1 all be the newrddit;ion .dditloar 2 will be the erigiml addition 1. with -leu sw3ctdl -wBctr in~titu~, Seno Priaue11 rorsd to mend the mealo witha third smsndrrenC!Skn' FNO %i mtleat the abmmeer Sen, Prinaell rlthdrsrr uond8ent 3. The Chair aalled thw quertlon an aaendment 2, 10 *ye 8nay, 1 aba, Paeredo Seno VonInuber8 ealld the quertlon on the raao10 an. Beoker objsoted to the dealaim of the ahair on the that it la prejudialalo Boll dl rob 12 ay, 8 nay, 1 abo BILL 21 To ertablidr a poeedure tor, and define rerpanaibilitie8 pertaining to the lrplememtation of a ao-8panrand Student A88oal~tion Hmltt Unoin Baud ot Ih;rryCarr: ahoak oatshing rerriaeo Ssn, VonInrbarg mweQ to aaaept the Bill with the addition that it 18 amtinsent upon tlts aoaeptansrr of HUBW and a letter of sgreerent tram Xro Ramye Seno VonLoaburg rwed to mend aeotim 2, B, 2 to red that an attompt to ragain loat maaie8 fmm the ah@& eaahiry iund, theft, neglleme or lnmffiaient baakingo m, WJrwur %O mend roetian 116 B nett all take the re8ponrlbilit~ of hlriw and tiring perrOnel,..It was lort due to no sea-o SQnO Jakublea ealled the quertion on the bill, hand unulimm8ffo Seno Vldoft motioned to .dJourno Ihe meeting rdJcmrned at 6845 P,H,

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CtuJent Anrooiut ion State U~~iverrity ot ~ew yak College at Orrrsgo ath Legirlat ire Seemion 15th Senate Meeting November 25, 1968 Viae Remident Orw oalleci the meeting to order at SO POW, Semtorr Beoker, aud JsLubieo (exou.acl) were abmnt, Wte 4ewh war oorreoted to read the 15th Senate neetiuy, Sea, Prin.ell mmd to amend trw ageuda old luaiaers, rrttclilioa of nil1 1 5 oo open haurr. WU. Yapell rtmred ao amend the agentin with the Wdit ion uf item G revirion of the SA budyot. Sen, &ruy moved to uwud the a;iencia i tev 11, reool, Faoul by by-law8 ma, VoaLooberg nored to awen* the tagcintltr item 1, regol, Suprc?ue Oourt oonmre and mot ionr B,E Woore 11, I rerpeotirely, Sen, Setaderr waved to aooept the wendam Pa88 ed. PltKSIDEYT@S nSI'OI!T: The prerident reported on problerr faoinh t41e Senate: ourfew, tuiorial proasam, weakly reportr of oorittear to the 8earC6, Orweyo IiigIb Sahool, horpitnl fund Jaoque Louwsieu oonoer t, Herpur ooareut iou, ool ley6 r i-I, Plcultt ~8dll by-laur, p.9eSUollWnt ~obl4*m. Trearurer 'boo8 Elliron reported that tire buclg6tr of the Blaok and Puerto Pioqp Student Union, Math Olub, Pen and Brurh would be JiH~uueotL uder new burlaerr. QOWITTKB RIlPOWfS: Sea, Kaplao reported on the 8.rpur ooov~ntioa ooaoaraing loo0 parerrti8 lurfl letter gruier, 800. 811~1~~ring oono Ik JlOued the new sin8 deriya to the Senate rrrci exp1ain.d why the or~irrrl oontmt wrr broken, me new oontracrt ir witb Baltour Oo, Dellrery &to8 -11 be in ~pril ud ordering ator rill tab plaoe in 040,, Jan., Fob. Ben, ~lemer Tutorial R-ru -A? tar 'Pb.arl.l;irina thore numer of 8 rtndeotr intererted in tutorin& rill be relayed to dept, ohaimen and remident hall direotorr, Sen, YWrirwon Ourter Om, notioer bw been dirtributed to eaoh perron to bo returned after Pbnkr gitiw, OLD BUSlNE88: Sen, Prim11 roved to unfable BILL 15 in order to cleftbet it, Sen, Roger. oalled the qaertion, Def~ted 0 w, 20 aaf, 1 tab80 IUW BUSIIP88: ne.01, 8 Be it remolrsd that the Uollege Coumil erkbllrh a aommittfrom the Student Arrwi~fiaa Seaate, &a0 priomll loto moopi tho rerol, r ith tam oorreofion trmt motlob rend Student Armoalafion rad not rtudenf !%a. Pfleegor orXlad the quertion Uaarriurourly prrud, Memolo 9 Lwo Parent18 WID. K-or mtesl to acroept the rerol, &u, Ylllrr osllmi the queotion PIrW 20 ry,~lsxnnc(er M abrkinsd

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11 11 1. 2!s Iteviseti student APROC~R t ion Iil~dget Sen, Iiampell moved to iiccept the bi 1 lo Fun, r'r insel 1 cnl led tlru quo~t ion, Sell, Eivnn~ objected, 'the Chrir ca 1 led the qrros t ion. Paamti 19 ay, Son, Ycc'ar thy abetiiinorl, :
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Student A8sooiatiorr State Univereltr or #.u ?ark College at: Oswgo l Senate 4th Legl slativa UeaaLOn 16th Senate Meeting December 9, 1968 Vice Presgdsnt Gray called thd"aentinq to order st 4150 P.M, Attendance was taken Son3tera Akexsnrler, Reeker, Bapsz, HlAfIker, Jakubiec, Kaplan. md PlcCarthy wore absent, Ninutes were peel and corrected. VICE PRESIDi-3T.S BEPORT: The FSA reeeinss are open to the public, Also the check cashing hurri is bslns dloartxs-ed. COMNITTEE REPORTS r OLD BUSIN!SSS: Sen. Prtnsall moved to 'accept; Resol, 11 3upreme Court ccPn
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CStudent Representation In the Paaulty AssemblJr Sen, Prime11 moved to open the floor to noninatione for representatlvea in the fimlty Assembly. BILL 29 haulty Auaembly representation Sen. VcmLoaberg moved to aacept the hill stating that the four representntlves will be the President and Vlae President of the Student As8ociatlon, and two presldentl~lly appointed and een~toriallyapproved SA senatorso Sen, Rempell moved to amend the bill 6tatlng thst the Senate will nminate and eleat the senators who rill be the representatives in the fi~ulty A~s-blyo Sen, Rempell moved to amend the bill that the two people eleated will have a speaking seat in the Senate, The Chair ruled Sen. Rempell out of order, Sen, Rempell Appealed the deaislon of thechair, Sen, Rompell withdrew the appealo Sen, Wldoff anlled the question on the amendment, Passed unanimouslyo Sen. Prinaell a9lled the question an the bill, Sen, Brown objected, Sen0 Brown mwed to amend the bill that all four independant members all be ampus wide eleated next year, Seno VonLosberg moved thst all four people to be representative8 in the Paaulty A8sembl.y k Semtorlally nominated and elected, The Chair ruled him out of order, Sen0 Widoff iia1i.d thq question on the amendment. Defeated 5 ye 9 nay, 1 abs, 8.11, ~on~o6bem o~l1.d the queatian on the bill Passed 13 aye 2 nay Senators Anken md Brown, Sen Samopened the floorrto narinations to FoAo Mvision of the House 9 aye 6 n-ye Paused Sen, Widoff nominated Sen. Saw Sen, Seymour moved to table naalnations, Division of the House 10 w, 5 nayo Passed, Sono Brown mottoned to adjourno the meeting adjaurned at 6845 PA,

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B c Student kasociati~n State Unlvc roity Gollege : at Oswego *ate 4th Legislative Session 18th Senate :4eeting December 16, 1968 Senate Xsnutep f 1 r vice ~re&.derit ~ray'a called the seating to order ar 4:35 PI(. Seaatore I I* Jakubiec, katthews, Yon Losberg, an8 widoff wore absent and Senator I ") hna waa substit.u$ed for by Zdward Pogaraky. I CE-?HE31 DE3T S 3EPOitT Terry Gray amounted tho reoignation of Yecretary n. J. La Barge, buda~.an,Jeff Peinaan, addressed the' Senate concerning hi8 work th Induetrial Wts atude~ts who w8nt uhangea made in the Industa1 Arts Dept, He read his letter to Dr. Allen and other conuerned avties ae well as the letter he received from Dean Rock. The minutes were rsad and accepted as corrected. Terry gavd sbrief account of what vect on at the Faculty Aseembly meeting, ib announced that a reaolutian sawed by the Senate calling Tior an exttnsion of the drop date for couraes wa8 defoatcd by the Eacul ty A~aembly. Sen. Erinsell aovcd to accent Ed Eogarskj assubstitute for ;en, ~tm~s. 1.~0 t ion pa ssed unanimous1 y GL~ a-,SI:!ESS none y &Sf '6 Lien. 3eyr.our volwtecrcd to fill the position of 3enate Secretary. I+@ Pro~oeed additions ta the agenda were accc~ted. r ,. BE &solution 1; to eatablieh a winter bus service for aen gojng t3 Physical Education claesea in Laker Iiall. w88 prop08ed by Sen, iiogars. iesolution pas eed unaninoiiely, (Sen. Brown aallce the. question. ) IF, Sen, Ae~pell introduced desolutLon 14 to commend CnPubeman, 14 Jeff Feinmanla action and servicos ren3erad to tho Irldustrial Arts \& students at OSW~~O. Sen. 3rom called the questjan. ?awed unanimously, PrinseX. roved to adjourn

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Student 'Aasoci+tion State University Colleqe at Oswqo Senate 4th Legislati vC Session 19th Senate MeCting January 6, 1969 Vice President Oray called the mooting to order at 5830 p.m. Senator Bergman was not prement. President '6 Repart r Tont E~M Stone will attrad a banquet in Sou York citp in honor of tho -110 8 Altronmat.. He axtendad Rw Year's greeting8 to tho Sonata and oxpresmed 8of his thought8 for the coming nw year. Prosidant 8t-o hopes that 1 a Studont Grievance ckmnittm wfll be croated, 2. Tho studonto and facarlty will wrk together, 3. fhe Ommitton Cownittwill establish a ca~arittee to mrdinato idem with tho Faculty ks-lye 4. (ihidontr wfll offer caar808 oither in the Spring and/or fall someet, 5. Eltudont. becormr involvod in this new year. Vf cu-promidents Re Vico ~roaidont rry Gray a8k.d that altarnatos be elected for the four studont roprosontativofil on tho Faculty Amsonbly. An ondon-nt of the Btudont ksociation'r alVO Curfew Policya has beon given by the Studmt Affairs C~uncil.~ Old Bueiness: ~enator~tuell alternates for oach moved to open thb floor to naminatione for of the four mtudont reore8entativ.r on the Faculty Aarsmbly. The motion wu seconded and approved. 8enator Rodger8 noanhated Sonator Sokal to be his alternate. The nomination was seconded. Senator Bocker nominated Sonator Sanders to be the alternate for President Stono. Tho nomination war seconded. Senator Ankon nominated .Ionator kcker to be the alternate for Vice Proaidant Terry bra'?. Tho nomination was secended. Sonator VonLosberg nomin.rtd Senator Wan8 to be the alternate for Senator Savuy. The norination was seconded. Senator Brown moved to cut a unanimum ballot. St0 motion war seconded and was parsed by tho Senato with no objoctione. Haw Busine88s Eto new business ua8 prosmted. Sonator Savary moved to adjorrrn at 6805 p.m. --The motion was oeconded by Senator Widoff and appramud the the Senate. Resneetfully Submitted, glAs\ Senate Secretary

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January 13, 1%9 Vico Pramidantam -port8 Th. Faculty A.mely ha8 the Studant &raohkfanem Mo Curfew Pelfcy bill # 26, Ones rppr
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February 10, 1969 President Pro Tom Rapell calLlted the mooting to order at 7812 p,m, Attendance mr taken mad the following Smatorm mre .b.mhtr Senator Matthmm, Senator -thy, .nd 8.nrtor Widoff, C~llege Council apprmfd the "No Clufrwn bill in principle, but hu deed for a limt of Student Reaporuibilities. Open rppraral of this limt a no mmfa poliuy will ba for all gfrb of tho state Onivemaity Oolloge at OmmgoO Vice President: Orrp gmm the 8tak of the Student ~..aciation Mdreaaa Aehiwenmtm of tho 1968-1969 Student &sociation uet Alcohol all wam pamaed, mad, md a lice1188 wu obtained, 1Bo curfa wu realized .nd appropriata wuuru umre tdken in the 8ttrdmt kaociatba Bill #26, bream eoapration ham dawelapsd betwaan the Itudent kaoeiation and the F-ty kuarbly aa aeon by mtodent repmmutation on Facrrlty km.bly, Tho crsgprta now ham the facilities to operatheir own AU rbdio 8tatioa. A crbwk ca8hing memica i8 ww 8v.ilable to the mt9dmtm of the O.urgo c8mpu8. A CSo1Paitm on Grievaau aad Sdmlarahip (0008) ham &en eatabli8hed Jhich involve8 --rdhrrs frm the Faculty, the Adarini.tration. and tbe Studant body, Which have mot beon fully rralisd or achieved uet A rrt.abudized organizatioa of reciprocal Irrul.ritto8a to F.orrlty kssaably ha8 not yot b8en eatablimhed. he Pamalty Oourae Bctaluatioa program ha8 not boon completed, %he 2utorial Program f. not cmpletely orgmised. he ale1 Bill should bo followad up with tbe pooaibility of allowing 8lcoh01 in individual atudent roou, A etataent of Student lW8poruibilitiem in the l8o Curfew Bill 8bo\tld be prepared for the Oollego Council. The rulu md regulatioru of the Chaporone policy for dodtolcp functions hhould be reviewed and clarified, A policy of meat Hour8 for Domdto~iea mhould be eatabliahed. President Pro Tam Rampell Reported8 It is aecsuup to form a Senate 8lsction Qoaaarittfor the caning StPdent kmoc0,ation elsotiona Mmiaaioxm Oooncil report mr ~eamtd by Seaator mgrrw. me ?to\rlty k8dly &W&8aioru Oouncil i8 mating F-ary 11, 1969, at 9 a,m0 and they hnr. aaked that a mtw&nt repremmtative bo prea~nt at ae mooting.

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achdc Poficlsae C%mawzbf repre: pr@a@nked by Senator Bsdcer, a Faculty hw~ssBly hu before a proposal to efiPaia8to the "D* policy for LiB.ral Arts, A meeting will k held to ~81~. the registration progrrer. Library Council Report war presented by Smator Pf 1eeg.z. A weting of the Faculty A8sably Library Cmncil will meet February 11, 1969 at 3 p.m. The Black Stmdemt Union hu prw 8 list of book8 it would like to sea in Ponfiold Wruy, Oodttee on Camitteem R.port ua8 pr-anted by S(y1ut0r Rogers, Sona,tor Rogers ukd that tha Sonata apprawa 8-8 Froammk for the position of Stu&nt A8.ociation li.roa. Traffic Codttea Report wm prosontad by Senator Rogus. The httee is studying the poasibil4tiu of puking oppotttwities., for second sewstor freshman with a niaimm index of 2.0, They also hope to rwise tho systfor fixme and also for ragl.tratioa of -tor vehicles, The agenda wu -Ad tOt 1, delete 7b 2, add a rowltrtion concerning &a proposd incsouo in tuition, Senator 8-ary mad to eliri&o tho wrd %o-oxm&wa fro18 the r8aolution, II# wtion wu aeeoadd and pamsed with a vote of thirtoen (13) yesr five (5) m8 md two (2) .ktsntio-o Senator Sawto elirirrrk tho llpt tam santunw8 of the Rasolution, Tho wtion wu 8.conikd and pusd without objwtion. The rcwolrrtioa m dofeatad with r rok of niru (9) yam, tan (10) no, and tm, (2) oktmatio~, Promideat Pro Ta broke tho tie with 8 "I@" VO- Senator 8urb.r. wed to aceapt r bill dhich wu an Act to &maend the Studmt A.saciatian By-lw8, Senator -11 mod to tablo tho Bill, The mtion warn seconded, .Ica pused without objection. Senator Smuy Introduced Resolution 15 to endorse a ruolution pamsed by the CSG at the SWY confu~ amcerning iaclceud costa in the University System, Senator Rogers requested a fiva rfrruta recess, ft wu granted, Senator 8wuy rrrrrd to table Re8olution 15, The motion warr seconded and wu pusd unanimously. Senator Smuy mwd to amend the agenda, The motion wu seandM urd approved, Senator Savary intzoducd Resolution 16: 84 it zuolvd at the Sat State Uaiversity ~o110go at ~suago, that the Student JUmociation offidally join aBO and tho Student Information Center. The amtion wrs seconded and tho qwmtion was called by Senator VonIosberg, Tho notion wu puud amanhmusly, Senator Ssrary to adjourn, me motion wu maaondrd ad pused, and tha mting wu adjourned at 9823 p.m,

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8-t~~ 8#azy introdwad Rasolotim 1s to en&rn r -1ution pu8d by tha OBO at t&a SQY confesama -rniag ineramu mat. in the tlhrivumfey aymtem* RrrnrtOr -t@d 8 fi~ mU i.01b.8, It QIC-~~O -tor aw8ry to t8bh -01utiam 250 me wtioa rru moumded rob lm8 pawd uxmnixmly. 8-.rCg -8d to -4 tb. -&a The r~th W S~CO~ .ad mm=-dSmW Smug introdwed Ramolutioar 16s B. it ruQlrrd at th. sat a+.G mi~er&ity Ool3aga rt o8Umg0, that tha 8-t Amsm?irtion offhially join CBQ rd tho Btrdr#rt InfomtSo8 O.ntar, cmir mtiolr n8 and tha qrawtiom was called by SesmtQr V-. 'ma rrrtioa m .rrW-rA rrunlrwrrly.

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Student Amaeiation State University Cbllege at Oswgo, Hew York Senate 4th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting February 17, 1969 SmATB -8s The meting waa called to order at 7820 pen., February 17, 1969. Attendance was taken, The following Sonators were not present: Senator Brown, Senator Hilfiker, Sonator JdCUbieC, Sonator Hatthaw, and Senator Widof f, Vice President's Report: Vice President Terry Gray reported that he had reciowd the resignation of Alan Isacson relinquishing his position am Chief Juaticm of the Student Association Supreme Court. The chair ruled that the Senate did not have tho respoluibility of accepting or rejecting the resignation, Tho docision wam q\ristioned wlth reference to Robert's Rules of BrW and the Daaision of tho chair WM reversed. Sonator Vonfasbarg awwd to accept the resignation of Alan Isaaon, The motion was seoond.8. The question warr called and was pused with one objection. Senator Decker presented a report from the COGS -tiny he had recently attended. The mating drew up a proposal which v.8 sent to Alabany for legal appraisal, Tho proposal called for student discipline for Student problsar. The proposal was returned with the interprotation that a student discipline oooaaaittee can only act am an advisory council to the President of the college. The Traffic 8nd Safoty Committee report uaa presented by Senrtor Rodgers Bull transportation began February 12, 1969, to Physical gdtrcation classes in Uer Hall and the Field House. The report on the Student Information Center was presented by Senator Rodgers, The Canter ham kan tentatively established at SU~JV at Oeneseo.Ooardinating centers aure to established in medmr achoals, Senator Swuy Reporthat there will be a C,S.G. Conference on the SUkW at 0sCampus February 21 through Pebruuy 23, 1969, Old Business t Senator Savuy Moved to un-table resolution 15. The mtion waa seconded and passed ulanimouly, The quemtion wam called and the motion pusad without objection, Senator R-11 wet to un-table bill 33, The motion was seconded and pamad. Senator Romp011 rpoped to amend bill 33 aa followr : Article It Set, 2 muld becow 8ec. 6; Att, 8 wuld be incorporated to read "THE Doputmsnt of Faculty Coaraitteea *Ad hoea would be read am *subco-tteear The quemtion wu called and wrr passed with one objection.

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Agenda 8 Senator Swuy tawed to delmection b which was a Bill concerned with the hpmachmmt of Alan fmac8on from the office of supreme mutt ~ustice. The motion uu metmnded and pumed. Senator Rampall mod to amend the agenda with item b Lhich would be a bill concmraing dofiritory room. The motion war mecondod and pammod, Bill 34 wam placed on the Senate f loor by a motion made by Senator Backer. Tho wtion wu mecoldtlod, Senator Sandorm mved to amend the bill to read $1,000,00 instead of $3,800,00. The wtion wu mecondd. The question was called and the mdmnt y.8 aceapted, The quemtion wu calld to vote on the bill am a~~~nddd, The motion waa mecondad urd tho bill wu pammod with one .b.tention. Senator Swuy mod to accept Bill 35, The motion war .wended 8nd Senator -11 moved that the Sonata mhould onova into a committee of tho -18. The motion war mecondad and pusdo Senatox Vonbomkrg ama&d the motion but withdrew his ammdment. f t uu -red upon by th. mecond, Senator Rodger8 ratred to move out of a Committee of the Whole, The motion vu mecondad and apprewod. Senator R0dg.n callod the quemtion on Bill 35, The bill wu pumod with a vote of thhtaon (13) yem, (0) no, iive (51) .b.kntio-. Senator Sapmu ratrod to amend the agenda to inch& a bill granting one (1) mprking meat to the Xnter-Dorm Oo\mcil, The wtion wu meconded 8nd pused. Senator Swuy mved that w oxtend a 8p.king reat to inter-Dorm Counhil. Tho rotion wu aecondod, Senator BO~U ---raded th. bill to red8 "extend a mpmking meat to 1,D.C. follawiag tho approval of it8 corutitution by the Student kmociation Supran -to The awndmmnt wu mecendad and pumod, The quemtion m calld, md Bill 36 gumed witb one objection, Senator Srnruy -ad to adjourn hat withdrew hi8 mtbn, Senator Srtruy mad for a fifteen minute adjournmnt of the Senate, The motion wu then meconded and pumed, The meting wu r-oalled to ordu by Premident Pro Tom Ken Rampall, Senator Rompell raportad that bill 35 *id readsr Ba it enactd of the Senate of the Studant kmockition of the State Wnivermity of New Yorlt College at O.wrgot Male residmntm ue allto have fgulem in their dormitory roam at any time. Bffoctive inmdiataly. was vetoed by Acting Preaident Terry bray. Senator Rodgerm moved to reconaidu Bill 35, President Pro To Rsqpall moved that the motion waa out of order, Senator Prinsellnwwad to qppeal the decimion of the chair. The motion wu ramadd and the decirion wu reversed am a remult of an over 2/3r& vota of the Senate, Senator Rodgar. callad the quemtion, Senatox VonIRsbarg objected, The qtmmtian m aylrin called, The veto of the Acting President wu eweruled by a vote of mixteen (16) ya, 0 no, md threa (3) ibataation8, Senator Savuy bed to adjourn tho mting at 10827 p.m. The qtion ru mecondmd urd puredo

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lOIw Yo* -tor Rampell rgrub to rsrol.pt Ra.olatiom 17, 'Ib notion nm seconded, 8amtos Br0g.m mmma to mpald tho -la8 to allw mr. of ratartbrmrcil to spoe, ma moth m moamded, tha quostion warn lkrrtc# Mu mmmS that tho 8-t. rtotrua to the Rolas, The mtion I.arlur kdku mowd t4B reto tho subat., Tho mtion wu sowidlad p888edm % qaamtioa an ~lut~aa 17 nm crllb, The rtmolution pused with ;,,a vow of tourtam (14) m, fivm (5) no, mad w .ktentioar, Water Ramp11 te rwnd th .9.nbr, to plum itam nrukr 3, u fitam ttm. and itr ~*rkr u itr 3. +h. motion wu ,# seammaad .1Ld mmtslc to -t Bill #36. 'Ib motion ru soaood.d.

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Student Absociation State University College at Osweso Senate 4th Legirlative Session 35th Sanate Meeting Fm'q ?% fmm greeident Hazla~n State &dressed the Stui%sa:ct Mgociatioat Bill #37, allocating $5,O#Q.00 in Student ~saociation funds for the purpoae of finaaaing legal aid in the event Student Asmeiation deems it neoeasarg, ir paseed wleh ttne following ~onditionst 1, mat said money be ueed snly in hgaE deferma of student8 participating under the official sanction of Student Atssoc. 2, That a legal committee be established and maintained by the Premident ol S tudsat Atwocbation, 3, a) That such a legal committee be responsible for ths initiation of a lecture program of legal opinion and advise regarding pertinent fssws on the Oswego aampua, b) That legal adivse, and if necemsary council can be obtained aa soon as passible. c) That this cornmitteve be Ohe cbaring hours for all statement8 regarding federal, state, local and educational

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2legal statutee. 1btw3an'k &s~~~ietFsa~t qiawt ?st& to establb&b :@&re@& Bing'lyr; S t-f: 1. That Studewe. t 9% iw find@* I xm rsar;k&rklt*M kt3

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Old Business : No old buainess was presented, New Bueineaer Aqenda: Senakor Prinsell moved that Resolution 23 Support af females be placed on the agenda, TPle motion was seconded, Senetor Asmpell moved that election of Council Me&Ws be p5nced on the agenda, The motion was secanded, Senator Evans moved that Resolution 22 become item "At on the agenda and all other matters of busineaa follow accordinglyTh motion waer seconded. Senator Sandera movsd to accept the motions a8 one, The -tion was seconded, and the question wa-3 called, and the motion was paseed, Senator VonLosberg moved to accept Renolutian 22, The mdtkon was seconded, Senator Savary moved to strike the worl3s "or disruption of the college community," The motlon was seconded, Senator Vonmsberg moved to amend the reaoltuion to have tihe phrase "Bill #35", replaced with "Bill #36", The motion wan aeaomded, The question wa~ called on the first amendment and the motion was passed. The question waa called on the eedond amendment, %e* second amendment waa passed. .. . The question was called on Rss-olution 22, The vote was twnaty (20) yes, one (1) no, and zero (0) abstentiono, Senator Rogers moved to accept Resolution 20, fie motion was seconded. Senator Rogera moved to table Resolution 20, The motion waa aeconded and passed, Senator Liz Sokal moved that the Senaee accept Bdll #30m The : motion waB seconded, The question was cdlled and the vote wat3 stghteen (18) yea, one (1) no, and three (3) db~tmtiCm~, Senator Rogers moved ta accept Resolution 21. The motion was seconded, Senator Rempell moved to move into a Committee of the Whole, The Motion was secondecl and passed, Senator Rogers moved to return to the Senate. The motion was seconded and passed* The quention was called on Resolution 21, The vote was unanimous. Senator Prinsell mved to accept Resolution 23. The motion wad seconded. Resolution 23s Student Association will support all women at the State University College at Oswego who have or plan to constructively and actively respond to Bill #36, The question wan called and palsaed by a vote of twenty (20) yes, zero (0) no, and one (1) abstention, Senator Savary moved to open the Senate floor to nominations for thesenate Councils. The mation was mconded,

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P -4The nominations were as followst Senator Evans announced that plans are beiag formulated fog Funaral pxaceaarion, to symbolicly bury "Student Apathy." rti el& begin at Shsltkm Ball and will preeeed te culkin Ball, Senator Brown mmmd &a: the meah8ng Be adjourned. ?he tmkh& wam seoonded and passed and meetinf~ was adjourned at 9247 p+& Reepeckfully Submitted, Carole M, Seymour Senate Secretary

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S &dent ~seociation State university College at Oewego Senate 4th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting March 3, 1969 SENATE MINUTES -The Senate meeting was called to order at 7 a12 Pam., March 3, 1969, The roll call was taken. The following Senators were not present* Senator Matthews, Prinsell, Rempell, Savary, and Widoff, prenident Harlan Steng Addxe.ased the Student Association8 -.a"The freedom and duty to cpestion, the right to make decisions, the need to avoid blind acceptn;:ce of every dictatim from 'superior' sources :he freedom to investigate, erc,, should all exiat in fact in the University as well as the goals of education," The previous quote was token from the rationale report of the FacultySenate Committee on Student Affairs found in the Development Document of 1968 of the State University of New York, The document also states, "Responsibility for policy decisions in the area of student activities (cultural, social, and athletic) should rest primarily with the a tudents themselves. Faculty involvement would seem justified under only two conditionsa When invited by the students, or when any atudent activity comes into direct conflict with primary educational ajectives of the institution. Students throughout the country are fighting for their rights. I am not speaking of riots and destruction, I am speaking of students do are responsibly wceking for gains in student rights. They are asking why 3hould e tudents be mandated to live in dormitories, without the freedom of entry, freedom to entertain guests, freedom to privacy, freedom of drin what and where they want to, that no other landlord would deny them, Why should students question the existence of due process of the law, a right which is explicitly stated in the constitution? Why should students be forced to remain in the same housing and pay a forty-three percent increas in rent when no benefits are shown in housing? All of these are questions to which studente have the right to demand satisfactory answers, Student Association has used the traditional "channelsw with dubioue effectiveness, Bill #3S and preceeding bills establish the concept of student responsibility. Student Association has therefore, acted as an informative body in the instance of Bill #3S and/or legislative body in Bill #36. Students do have rights and these rights must be made known and protected. To ensure our freedoms, the following steps must be taken8 1. Student Affairs Committee a. To review and codify all existing social regulations and caust the publication of such regulations; to recommend new social regulations, 2. Student attendance at all College Council Meetings, 3. he Establishment of direct response to and from the College Wun 4. All new social regulations must require the approval of the Student Association. 5, Any deletion from policy presented to the College Council muat

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5, Any deletion from policy presented to the College Council must be returned with stated reasons before the policy is put into effect and finally approved, As we ponder the direction of the Student Association, let us keep in mind the Preamble of the Constitution: We, the students of the State University of New York College at Oswego in recognition of the responsibility shared by the Student Administration, the Faculty, and the student body in Student Life and Affairs, hereby constitute the State University of New York College at Oswego Student Association, believeing that by organizing in this way we can best accomplish the following purpoBes: to serve as the student body agency in the presentation of student opinion in matters affecting student life and affairs: to serve as an appelate agency for problems referred to the Stude :..r;sociation by the students or student organizations; to promote, in the mterest of the college community, a program of service, social activity, ;nd educational projects. Finance Committee report was given by UDoc" Ellison. Financial Report, March, 1969: From the checking account of the Student Association the following monies were committed to short term Certificates of Deposits CAPITAL $4O,OOO,OO $212,33 $567.86 Total Interest In savings Accounts of the Student Association, the following monies constitute the S,A, Reserve: 7/1/68 Balance $9,366,52 11/1/68 Deposit 792.58 Deta Tau Epailon Loan Payment 2/31/68 Interest 243.80 3/1/69 Deposit '792-58 Beta Tau Epsilon Loan Payment $11,195,48 Total in Bank Savings Pending the approval of the re-allocations to the original Student Assaciation Budget, the overall S,A. Surplus for the re~a,inder of the year will stand att $1,448.34. Senator VonLosberg moved to accept the following amendments to the Budget t 1, Allocate to Concert Assembly additional funds of $2,800,00 2, Allocate to Men's Recreational Association additional funds totaling 1,118-50 3. Allocate to the psychology Club additional funds of 300,OO 4. Allocate to the Oswegonian additional funds of 892-08 5, Allocate to the budget of the Inter-Cellegiate Athletics program additional funds totaling 4,153.35 6. Allocate as a special addition to the InterCollegiate Dudget, for the purposes of sending five competitors to the NCAA finals, the additional funds of 1,681,OO Sub-total Sew Funds $10,944.93

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The motion was seconded and approved by a vote of fifteen (15) Yes, one (1) objection, Senator Rogers moved to accept Michael Swartz as a substitute for Senator Evans. The motion was seconded and passed, Old Business: Senator Rogers moved to un-table Resolution 20 and commit it to the Student Affairs Committee, The motion was seconded and passed, New Businessr Agenda : Senator MacCrimmon moved to amend the agenda with Resolution 24. The motion was seconded. Senator Drown moved to accept the agenda as amended, The motion ...r s seconded, .and passed, Senator Seymour moved to accept BiLI 40. The motion was s,econded, 2tc question was called and was passed with a vote of sixteen (16) Yea, J? *1ne (1) objection. Sanator MacCrimmon moved to accept Resolution 24. The motion %*as seconded, Senator MacCrimmon moved to move into a Committee of the whole. The motion was seconded and approved. Senator VonLosbexg moved to return to the Senate. The motion was seconded and approved, Senator MacCrimmon amended the Resolution to read "resolution" instead of "I3i11". The amendment was accepted by the second. The question was called and passed by a vote of eleven (11) yes, one (1) no, and five (5) abstentions. Senator Sanders recommended that an Election Committee be established, The recommendation was seconded and passed by the Senate, nnnouncements : An Executive Meeting will be held Wednesday, March 5, 1969, at 7:00 p,m,, in room 212, Hewitt Union. Senator Brown moved to adjourn. The motion was seconded and passed, md the meeting was adjourned at 8:00 p.m. Respectfully Submitted, Carole M, Seymour Senate Secretary

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-. d > P t )l ? : F*t Student ZUmcirtion State tlniwsrity College at Senate 4th irgi~tativo seasion 27th Sonata Dboting Much 10, 1969 8en.U finretor Tho 801uto meeting wu crllod to ordar at SrSO p.m., March 10, 1969, Roll Cnll wu tdcon urd tho iolldng Sonatarm nrr not prcrmoat8 Srsnator Beckor, Ikn8tar Bllrgmur, Sonator J3nibiec, Berutas Hatam, mator ICtinralL, mnater R.rp.11, mnator Bevuy, Ckarter WonLmakrg, lknator Wi&f f. Banatou Boynaldm pr-tad tho Iloction O#rittnor Rapart, 80naDa:r Roynald8 thm mvd that tho Bonrk ..eza~pt the onrrmsration of Senator8 uhiah mttho r.l# aa th., proront rawuratioa, Tho motion na 8wmwhd. qum8tlarr wu calld md tha mt.b wu pamad orrurimmmly. S.rrclto:c Roynold8 than mvmd that tho L1.aato awapbr tho aloetion mchodulo. -0 aotion wu mocondd. 8onator Pflomqor 110v.d to end tho 8c)ldalo to read March 24, 1969, in plm of tho phramm, *nilrrch 27, 1969*. The mtion uu aoeandod, tha qumstion warr callad, mb )f tho natiin wu dofoated, Bonatoz 80kal moved L4 eliminate the early daldlino propollad in tho Elretion Sc)rrdoIo. Tho motion nm aocandsd, tho quo8 tior.3 wrr callod, and tho mtion was pammod, 2%. Chdr callod tho qmmtion on tho Bloction 8chedule. The umnbod mchedulm pamaad unurimu~ly. Bonakoz Reynold6 mv.4 that tho Sonato a&pt tho fallwing nuwr of rcsquird 8ignatur.a for petitionmt C;sndidate Uudbr of Siqnatuxom Studant ~G~c+rtkan Rraloidant 100 Student M~irtion Vic. P$erP&n t 100 8 tudont hrociation Seaator 35 8 tudont Ropramontativo ta ?.culty-a8m.mbly 7s Thr motion vu mooondad md wmm pu8.6 una~l~*. 801~tor ncCuthy pro8omt.d the +aport for thr, Fmulty maluatian -it-, A 8-241 qw8tion.ira hu brnn propared and will k diatr4.bmt.d r#ulbg *a Sanatarm, It i. bp+d that a ffnal draft nil1 b. fiai~rbad in tha mu fu-. Soartsr Rodgar8 -04 to ham tho Traffia and Safmty OaPlmaittam hma mub-car~littao af the Stud.nt Affair. Oouncil. Tho mtion warn #+condad. Sonator Aodgmra withdm him 'mtion. mm -d agrerd. $a-~~aw Brwn -4 ta roca apt the tgmda. The mtfon wu ascanded rrnd pamod.

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m XPmnar, Tha mtion wu 8ecoadmd, and wu pasrcrd unmai~aoorly, The qwetioa on the Rafaronltrm nm callrrd. Tha m&m warn psr~dl Mtbrqt &joct%on. Disslsaai@a sf Saturday, Wch lmt meeting af 601LZoge Cortncll, Ut-g4ant Affairs 0orrrmgi1, atudont reprasentrtiosa, Dr. R~ck, ~~8 Parduo, and Dr. Pitluga. -8 t Wfalrr cBmf&I xrroclorrurnto tiha u'mllrgm gbarrlrabl-t that all nan-aomlaio rtm0snt affrirr k tha topponoibitlty eg atudant~, so fm rs tq kogally parsibh. 1C)tga qbCllre rmammndation 'lirJnivwl a unaair511a rafffrmativs .prate of t'haee promnt at tho arrtiag, A Stadant Amocfation rrfarmd\9ar wall k csmcbctnb an March 13, 14, 15, 1969. All Z,D. eu& will ba ptmdted. R..p.ctfulLPLy .lg ktsd, && n QA)NI ujWbmw+ Care10 W. lapmar Senate Seazetrry

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mfarodhr acrlgorts Aff raCllcw uo ta k rotorrrcsd to the Studrat kmefation Otfia by 3806 pa,, Tmdrg, Much la, f%9, 6-t Afflllrm Ckrtncfl Rapext wu pr-tad by 8mkator -re, %ha Stotlont M A dOrmcfl z(1d~1~n6rb mnte W -0 C,OO3,o roport Ah bro?tg2& up Pndu %rrp BP8Q moo nw rnf#m*;sa Senator Vantaaborg raa+.d that tho Sonata 8aaspt Rurdy, Ri8t from tho mtardrnk dowreil, aha tho I,d,C, mat 611 be vqcretmd by Smaa-r VatrX6l?sasg ping Studant Ihaahfuq, Tho mtion war mmQandd rad wco g~~.med una&wmaly,

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Student Association State University College at Osego Senate 4th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 14, 1969 Senate Meeting The meeting was called to order at 7:15 p.m. Roll Call was taken, The following Senators were not present: Senator Prinsell, Senator Rist, and Sanator Widof f. The minutes were read. Senator Savary moved to accept the minutes as read. The motion was seconded and passed. Vice President Terry Gray reported that the No Curfew Policy is in effect as of April 11, 1969, The requirement for parental permission slips will end at the end of this academic year. The Faculty-Student Association hae received their Liquor License. service is expected to begin next week in the Restaurant. Committee Reports : Senator Savary presented the Social Committee report. An informal gathering of the Senate will be held at Fallbrook on April 28, 1969, at 8100 p.m. Senator Sanders presented the report for the Committee on Committees. David Jarvis was recommended by the Committee for the position of Supreme Court Justice. Senator Sanders moved that the Senate accept the appointment of Mr. Jarvis. The motion was seconded, Senator Rodgers moved that the Senate move into thecommittee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and passed. Senator Seymour moved to move back into the Senate. The motion was seconded and passed. Senator Becker moved to move into a Committee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and passed, Senator Seymour moved to move back into the Senate. The motion was seconded and passed. Senator Becker moved to table the motion. The motion was seconded, and was lost for the lack of a 2/3 vote of the Senate. Senator @vans appealed the ruling of the chair, stating that in his interpretation of Robert's Rules of Order only a majority vote was required to table the motion. A five minute recess was given.

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The Benate voted to overrule the decision of the chair and the motion to table was passed with a vote of eleven (11) yes, and ten (18) no. Senator Reynolds presented the Election Committee report. The ballots will be picked up at 6x30 p,m,, April 15, 1969, They will be counted immediately, and it is hoped that the results will be ready by 1l:OO p.m. that night, Old Businesz: No old business was presented, New Dusinessr Senator Savary moved to delete Item B from the agenda. The motion was seconded, Senator Savary withdrew his motion. The second agreed, Senator Seymour wed to amend the agenda with Item DCampus Chest Weekend, The motion was seconded. Senator Sokal moved to add Item E to the agenda, The motion was seconded, Senator Sokal withdrew her amendment, The second agreed. Senator Rodgers moved to amend the agenda with Item I3 2, The motion was seconded. Senator Saltzman moved to interchange Item B 1 with Item B 2. The motion was lost for the lack of a second, Senator Savary moved to accept the agenda with amendments. The motion was seoonded and passed, Senator Savary moved to accept Bill 42. The motion was seconded. Senator Rodgers moved to move into the Committee of the Whole, The motion was seconded and passed. Senator Brova moved to move back into the Senate. The motion was seconded and passed. Senator Brown moved to delete section 5 of the Bill, The motion was seconded and passed, The question was called on the Dill, The question was passed unanimously Senator Rodgers moved to accept Dill 43, The motion was seconded.

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Senator Becker moved for a ten minute recess. The motion was seconded and defeated, Senator Seymour moved for a ten minute recess. The motion was seconded and passed, Senator Rodgers moved to amend "E:, page 12. The motion was approved by the second, Senator Jakubiec moved to move into the Committee of the Whole, The motion was seconded and passed, Senator Rodgers moved to return to the Senate. The motion was seconded and passed, The question was called on Dill 42. The motion was passed. Senator Seymour asked that the Senate give a vote of unanimity to Bill 42. Senator Kaplan objected, Senator Rodgers moved to accpt Bill 43, The motion was seconded, Senator Evans moved to move Item B 2 to the end of the agenda. The motion was seconded, Sanator Evans withdrew his motion, The second agreed. Senator Becker moved to table Dill 43. The motion was seconded and passed, Senator Saltzman maved to accept Dill 44. The motion was seconded, the question was called, and the Dill was passed by a vote of fifteen (15) yes, zero (D) no, and one (1) abstention, Senator Seymour moved to accept Dill 45. The motion was seconded, Senator S~yrnour moved to move into the Committee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and passed, Senator Rodgers moved to move back into the Senate, The motion was seconded and passed. The question was called and Dill 45 was passeh, Senator Rodgers moved to untable Dill 43. The motion was seconded and defeated, Senator Becker moved to adjourn the meeting. The motion was seconded and passed. The meting wb~ adjourned at 9:29 p,m, Respectfully submitted, Senate Secretary

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I P. Student bsooicrtion b Seate Universitat of New York Senate 4 Legislative Sesaion Senate Eeeting ,, S Dater Outober 28, 1968 Submitted Byt Charleta Kaplen A EA!l'IONALE OH POLICY FOR VISITING HOURS IN COUZE RESIJXBHCE We the eleoted r(~~reaentativem of the student body strongly feel we are upgable and mature enma& to assume t&e demands plwed won ua by the morsl wde8 of oomun%ty lW.ng. We bslieve the adminilatrafion has nsgSeoted its moral obligation to the oodty. When one establishment triarr to hpoea ifs value jud&saant on another it; ia ne~leoting the need8 of so~iew by preventing a living situation that will pregare the studeat8 for meeting the demanb of society. Moral oonoepts of littirig are developed throw@ aultural and wdal intermtion that are essential in the establishment of oocial patterns, These patterns axe oomtantlg crBan@g and wolving. When this ah* or res4luot&ring of sooiety or intermfion is prevented and inhibited by the imposed will or an establishment it will lsorm a oomsive element that wlll stagnate ad prevent this construotive interaction needed to prepare individuals to aesume the responsiblities of soaiety. Situatione of this natm will euooeed in perpetuating instability and inseozlrify that ere so oomrnon in our sooiety. It is the resgo~lsiblity of the wllege to assume tM,s obligation to sooiety by delegating more responsibility and. dooiaion making power to the student body. This university ahould be an experiment in community living that will aat as a guiding light that will inapire Bnd improve society,

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1Art =hibition 19,035.00 s3,OOO.OO 9,050.00 Mackfriars 11,060.00 .LO,OOO.QO 12,615.00 '3.~. C~EWS Armsmbb ~ 49,000.t.00 35,Wb.Ob ,W, 200.06 4fpntarian 33,975.00 29,9?9.00 37,160.W' 5nmwgonian 20,604.20 ]Lb,QOO.C)O 27;696,?8 & Fan L ~rtrsrh 2,717.60 1710,OO none '% ~3riterr ~luh 600.00 4 595.00 none Athletics 9Bfk 'n Spur 9eatalina 11ml Gaxts 12Brrrlbncan t?hb~~rlaabsrr 13JWQ 14aarate 15RPA 16varsity Cheerleadera 17WhA 18Fmralaixar 530.00 490.00 525.00 19qollega nand 3,272-00 2, WU.Gd 5,$@2.45 20Men 'a Glee club I, 980.00 I,!!MO.CIO 2,030.00 21Cmzhwtra 810,OO 750.00 950.00 22Svqphmic C'noir 6,O_iT5.00 3,400,. 64 3,7!75.00 23Wf 2, 577.50 1.7Qf.00 2,410.00 24XVS3 of M J 29,641.00 none 25student +mociation ?3,6C)0.00 23,000.00 Budget. uf part yeam

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STUDENT MSOCIATION mmammms m mB Bum= 1) Allocate to Concert AI86nhly additional fundm of $2,800.00 2) Allocate to Man a Recreatianal Aseaciation additions 1 fun& totaling 1,118.50 3) ~llocata to the Psychology Club addf tional fun& of 3@O. 00 4) Allocate to thti 08-1AP additional fundm of 892.08 $1, UlocILL. to tht! budget of the fntercollegiat. ~thletica progxam additianrl fund. totaling 4,153.35 6) Alloorto am a r.mcia1 dchndm to the Intarcollegbt~ Bndg(tt, for the porpaoem of mendtag fiva cmpotitaru to the IPCM Pinalm, the additional fundo of ... 1,681,OO Alkrtion of $5,300.00 by act of the Sonata, for kha Legal Aid! Pmad,, 5,000.00 Total MV $15 944.93' allocation. 6-A. Stup9ram $17, 393.27 Additional rllocationr 15,944 -93 I$1.448.34 Etw strrpltrm figure