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INDEX INDEX................ ........................................ i ARTICLE I. LEGIBUTIVE ...................................... 2 Section I. Senate...................................2 Section 11. Membership ............................... 2 Part 1. Selection and &erm.,................ ..... 2 Part 2. Qualifications ........................... 2 Part 3. : ->Apportionment and enumeration............2 Part 4. Vacancies........... ..................... 2 Part 5. Student Association Vice-president. ...... 2 Part 6. Other officers, pres. pro tem............2 Part 7. Impeachment power ........................ 2 Part 8. :_Impeachment pgrialty ...................... 2 Section 111. Elections....... ......................... 2 Part I. 'a Election of Senators.....................2 Part 2. Seante assembly .......................... 3 Part 3. Time of election. ........................ 3 Section IV. Fkocedure..... .......................... 3 Part 1. Judge ofmembers ......................... 3 Part 2. Rules of procedure, discipline and ex expulsion of members........ ............. 3 Part 3. Journal. ................................. 3 Section V. Senators, sepeaation of powers ........... 3 Section VI. Bills..... ............................... 3 Section VII. Powers of Seaate ......................... 3 Part 1. All-Campus Election ...................... 3 Part 2. Student Association Tax..................3 Part 3. Expenditure of Student Association Tax...3 Part 4. Student Welfare... ....................... 4 Part 5. Line of succession. ...................... 8 Part 6. Implementation of legislation ............ 4 Section VIII. Expenditukes and interference.. ........... 4 Part 1. '~I~~zZreas~u-y ................................. 4 Part 2. Sovereignty .............................. 4 Section IX. Initiative and referendum................4 Part 1. Initiative ............................... 4 Part 2. Referendum... ............................ 4 ARTICLE If. EXECUTIVE.................. ...................... 4 Section I. Student Association President and VicePresident ................................ 4 Part 1. Election and term....... ................. 4 Part 2. Qualifications ........................... 4 Part 3. Succession.. ............................. 5 Section 11. Student Association President, oath......5 Section 111. Student Association President, duties .... 5 Part 1. Presentation of legislative program ...... 5 Part 2. Appointment of officers. ................. 5

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Part 3. Part 4. Section IV. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. Part 5. Part 6. State of the Student Association Message ................................... 5 Execution of legislation .................. 5 Student Association President, empowered..S Written opinion of executive departments..5 Special sessions...........*...,... ..5 Recommendation of measures................S Agreements with outside agencies... ....... 5 Represent the Student Association.........S Assume powers not denied by the constitution..............................S ARTICLE 111. JUDICIAL. ....................................... 6 Section I. Supreme and lower courts ; justices, selection and term........................6 Section 11. Administration and appellate jurisdiction.6 Section 111. Judicial power.. .......................... 6 Part 1. Cases of the Student Association..........6 Part 2. Approval of student organization constitutions....... ...................... 6 Part 3. Constitutionality of legislation .......... 6 Part 4. Violation of act of Senate................6 Part 5. Dispute ................................... 6 Part 6. Cases not denied by the policies of S.U.N.Y. or S.U.N.Y. College at Oswego. ... 6 ARTICLE IV. AMENDMENTS................. ..................... 6 ARTICLE V. SUPREME LAW.....................................7 Section I. Previous engagements valid............ .... 7 Section 11. Student Association, supreme law of student life.......... .................... 7 Section 111. Senators and Executive and Judicial officers, oath......... ................... 7 ARTICLE VI* RATIFICATION..... ............................... 7 ARTICLE VII. IMPLEMENTATION AND TRANSITION...................7 BY-MWS.....................................-.-e..~...........8 1. Definition of living center........................8 2 Permanent speaking seats............. .............. 8 3. Legislative session................................8 4. Parliamentary authori ty........,................... 8 5. Civil officials....................................8 6. Participation of Senators and Justices in the Executive branch...................................8 7. Amendments to the BY-LAWS..........................8



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WE, TIIE STUDENTS OF TI~E STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEY YORK COLLESE AT OSPPEGO, IN RECOGNITION OF THE RESPONSIBILITY SIIARED BY TlfE ADMINSTRATION, TIIE FACULTY, AND TIIE STUDENT BODY IN S!lXlDENT LIFE WD AFFIARS, HEREBY CONSTrrVTE TIlE STATE UNNERSITT OF NEW YORSC AT OST!EGO STUDENT ASSOCIATION, BELIEZING THAT BY ORGANIZING IN WXS !JAY ME CAN BEST ACCOMPLISII TIIE FOLLOVJING PURPOSES: TO SERVE AS TIIE,STUDENT BODY AGENCY IN TIIE PRESENTATION OF STUDENT OPNION IN bIATTERS AFFECTING STUOEONT LIFE AND AFFIARS: TO SERVE AS AN APPEALLATE AGENCY FOR PROBLEMS REFFERED TO TIfE STUDENT ASSOCIATION BY STUDENTS OR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS; TO PROMOTE IN TEIE INTEREST OF TIlE COLLEGE COMMUNITY, A PROGRAM OF SERVICE, SOCIAL ACTIVITY, AND EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS.

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CONSTITUTION OF TIE! STUDESTT ASSOICATXON OE' TrIE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEF? YORIi COLLEGE AT OSVEGO ARTICLE I Section I All legislative power herein granted shall be vested in the Senate of the Student association, Section I1 1. The Senate shall be composed oE members chosen annually by the living center or centers, (The term living center shall be defined in the By-Lam of this constitution,) 2, All Senators shall be regulariy enrolled students of the State University of Mew York College at Oswego with an accumulative grade point index of at least the college minimum for good academic standing, and each shall at the time of his election be a neniber of that living center or of one of those living centers from which he shall be chosen, 3. Senators shall be apportioned among the several living centers within the college according to the respective numbers in the living centers, .The enumeration shall be made 30-60 days prior to the AllC mpus Election on the basis of estimated membership in each 12ving center for the coming semester. The S~nBte shall determine the number of Smators to be A chosen by each living center or group of living centers. The : number of Smators shall never exceed 25 nor less than 15, No living center shall be denied represenation, 4. When vacanies occur in the Senate by resignation or otherwise, they shall1 be imediately filled by Writs uf Election issued by the Executive Authorities of the living center or cena ters,affected, and eventually filled by special election conducted among the residents of such living centers, 5, The Vice-Prsident of the Student Association shall be the President of the Senate, but shall have a vote only in the event of a tie. 6. The Smtite shall choose ihs other officers, and also a president pro tempore, in the absence of the Vice-President, or when he shll exercise the office of President of the S udent L Association. 7. The SEnate shall have the sole power of impeachment and trail of impeachements, In all cases of impeachment the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall preside, except in the case of his own impeachment in which case the Vice-president of the Student Association shall preside, No person shall be convicted without the occurrance of 2/3 of the members present, 3. Judgement on cases of impeachment shall not extend further then to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy office of honor or trust in the STudent Assoication, Senators may be elected at an open election of the members

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of their living center or living centers group, 2, The ena ate shall as8emble at least once every full academic week during the college year, except during the weeks of final examinations and the first week of the fall semester, 3, All Senators shll be elected at the time of the AllCampus Elections, Section N 1, The SEnate shall be judge of the elections, returns, and qualifications of its own members; and a mjority shall constitute a quorum to do business, But a smdler of absent members under such penalties provided by the Sgnate. 2. The SEnate may determine the rules of its procccedings, discipline its members for disorderly behavior, and with the concurrence of 2/3 's of the total SEnate, expel a meniber. 3. The S nate shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and frornd&e time to time publish the same, and the years and days of the S nate on any question shall, at the desire of 1/5 of those present, be entered in the journal. Section V No SEnator shall, during the time for which he was hold any other civil office under the authority of Association and no person holding any office. mder Assiciation shall be a member of tho Senate during uce in office, chosen the STudent the STudent his continuSection VI Every bill which shall have passed the Senate, before it becomes law, shall be presented to the President of the Student Association, If he approves it he shall sign it: but if he returns it with his objection8 to the SenBPle, they vhall enter the objections in the Journal and proceed to recondider ot, If after such reconsideration 2/3's of the total Senate agrees to pass the bill it shall become law, But in all cases the vote of the Senate shall be determined by yeas, nays, and the names of the persons voting for and againist the bill shall be entered in the Journal, If any bill is not returned by the President within 10 regulw class days after it has been presented to him, the same shall be law, in like manner aa if he had signed it, unless &he Senate by its adjourment prevents a return in the form of a vote, in which case it shall not be law, Section VII The Smate shall be empowered: 1, To supervise the All-Campus Election; 2. To assess a Student Association tax (This tax shall be uniform throughout the Student Association) ; 3, To determibe the expenditures of the STudent Association Tax for the general welfare of the Student As sociaton;

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4, To have authority to make recormendations over all matters of policy affecting student welfare under this constitutions: 5, To determine the line of succession to the office of Student Associahfon President following the STudent Aa~ociation Vfco-Prae;Ldent; 8. To initiate and enact any legislation necessary to implement for forgoing powers or to fulfill the the purpose of this constitution as set forth in the preamble except where such jurisdAction shall be denied by the policies of the state University of New york or the State University of New York College at Oswego, Section VIII 1, No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropiations made by law, and a regular statement and account of the receiphs and expeniture~ of all money shall be published from time to time, 2, The Senate shall passs no law regarding the internal operation of any student organization regonized under the quthority of the office of the Dean aE Students. Section IX 1. Upon presentation to the Sanate of the Postion of 25% of the number of voters in the previous All-Campus Election any bill which they shall doom necessary shall be submitted 60 the STudent Assocaition within 2 weeks after the presenation of the petition to be accepted or rejected, and if accepted, shall have the name standing as any bill passed by the Senate and signed by the Student Associatbn President, 2, The Senate may, by 2/3@s vote of the total membership, submit any bill to the Student Associaton who shall accept or reject it; and if accepted said blll shall have the same standing as any bill passed by the Senate and signed by the Student Association President. Article I1 Section I 1, The executive power shall be vested in a Student AssoQiation President who shall, together with the Student Association Vice-president, be elected byan All-Campus Election at the earliest paacticable date during the period from the 15th of March to the 15th of April; snd hold office for a tern of the one year commenting the last day aE Flay of the same year. 2, Tho President and Vice-president shall be regularly enrolled students wach with an accumulative grade point index of at least t~m-moths of a point (-2) above the college minxmum for goad acdemic standing, and shall not be eligile for graduation until the completion of the semester in which theor term of offfice ends, The President at the beginning of the fasl

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semester during his term of office shall be at least a first semester junior with the minimum number of credits to be considered as such, and the Vice-president shall be at least a second semester sophomore. 3, In the event of the inability of the President to discharge the powers and suties of his office, the same shall devolve on the Vice-President, 1. The Steudent Assoication President, before taking office sahall take the follot4ing oath of office: I do solemnly swaer (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office OF President of the Student Assoiciation, and will, to the best of my ability, preseve, protect, and defend the constitution of the Student ~ssoication of the State University crf N ew Yorl: College at Ostvego. Section I11 The duties of the Student Association President shall include: 1. The presentation of a legislative prograh td th4 Senate at the first Senate meeting following hiB election and at the beginning of each semesters 2. The appointment, with the consent of the Senate, of all the officers, whose appointments shall not be otherwise provided for; 3. The presenation of periodic messages upon the State of the Student Assoicatdon to the Senate; 4, The execution of all legislation of the Senate for which he ehall be responsible to the Senate, except where a specifice excecutive department shall be given autbrity, in which case the appropriaae executive head shall be responsible to the Seanate, Section N The Seudent Association President shall be empowered to: 1. Require the opinion in writing of the principle officdr of any executive department upon any subject relating totthe department. 2. Convene such special sessions of the Senate as he shall deam necessary. 3, Reccommd to the Senate such measures as he shall deem necessary, and exLpedient. 4. Enter into aggreements with agencies and organizations outside the collepe community by and with the consent of the Senate and the proper college authorities: 5. Represent the Student Assocaition personally, and through his appointed representatives, in all its dealings with apencies and organizations outside the college community; 6. Assme such other executive powers as shall not be denied by the policies of the State University of New York at the State University of Mew York College at Oswego, or by this constitution.

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ARTICLE 111 Section I The Judicial power shall be vested in a Supreme Court and such lower courts as the Senate shall establifi. The number and manner of selection of justices of the Supreme and lower courts shall be determined by the Senate and the appointments of the justices of the Supreme and lower courts shall require approval by a 2/3's bote of the Senate. The term of office of the justices of the lower courts shall be for one year. Justices of the Supreme aourt shall serve from the time of their appointment until they ahall vacate their office by resignation otrotherwise. Section If The Senate sahll establish such adminiskrative offices as it shall deem necessary for the operation of the Supreme and lower courts and the Supreme Court shall appellate jurisdliction over any lower court created by the Senate. Section If1 The judicial power shall e~tend: 1. To all cases to which the Student Association shall be a party e~cept as otherwise stated in the following parts of this section. 2. To the student approval of all local student + organization constitutions. 3. To any case involving the constitutionality of an act or tulong of the Student Association. 4. To any case involving violation of an act of the Senate except as otherwise stated in the following parts of this sectian. 5. To any dispute beween students, or between a student organization and a student, or between student organizations, if no lower court, housing unit court, executive committee or commission, judicial board, or standards committee shall have prior jurisdiction, in which case the Supreme Court shall have the power &h to decide whether the trial or heating was conducted properly with the power to remand such cases back to the original trial body. 6. And to any other case where jurisdiction shall not be denied by the policies of the State University of New York oe the State University of New york College at Oswego.

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ARTICLE IV This Constitutuion may be amended in the following manner: Upon the signing of a petition by ?% of the number of voters in the preoious All-Campus Election, or by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate, an amendment may be presented to the Student Association within two weeks after the presentation of the petition, in the case of such a presentation, to be accepted or rejected,'and if accepted shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of this constitution. ARTICLE V 1. All engagements with organizations or agencies outside of or within the college shall be as valid apainst the Student Association under this constitution, as under the Associated Student Body Council. 2. This constitution, and the laws of the StudentsAssocr iation which shall be made in pursuance thereog, and all engagements entered into, or which shall be entered into, under the authority of the Student Association shall be the supreme law of student life at the State Unviersity of New York College at Oswego except where they may conflict with the policies of practices of the State University of New Ybrk or the State University College at Oswego. 3. The Senators before mentioned and all executive and judicial officers, of the Student Association, shall be bound by oath or affirination to support this constitution. ARTICLE VI The ratification of this conetitution shall be determined by at least a quorum vote of the Associated Student Body as established under the constitution of the Associated Student Body Council. ARTICLE VII This constitution shall take effect immediately and shall be implemented by the pree2nt Associated Student Body Council until may 1, 1966, at which time the new Senators, Student Association President and Vice-president, and other civil officials shall assume the powers and duties of their respective offices, and at which time this article shall be expunged. BY-LAWS 1. A living center shall be defined for the purposes of Senate apportionment to one of four categories as follows: (a) on-campu6 residence halls, (b) off-campus residence units recognized as residence halls by the college, (c) fraternity and sorori-ty houses, and (dl commuters (all students not residing in 1 i vi ng centers categorized by a ,b ,or c above. The Senate -7-



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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session la tSenate Meeting May 1, 1969 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 4 too p..d. Roll Call was taken and the following Setiptors were absent: Senator Bergman, Senator Emper, Senator Evans, Senator Hilfiker, Senator Jakubiec, Senator Kaplan, Senator Pfleeger, Senator Prinsell, Senator Rist, Senator Widof f. Mr. David Jarvis, Chief Justice of thestudent Association Supreme Court was called to administer the oath of the office of President To David W. Pellana, to administer to oath of the office of Vice Presicent to Alison Sanders, and to administer the oath of office to the mew members of the Senate. President Stone congratulated the new executives and Senators. He then officially turned over the "reinsH of the office to President Pelland. Vice-~reeident Terry Gray wished the new Legislature luck in the coming year. He then presented the new Vice-president Alison Sanders, with a gavel and officially turned the meeting over to her. Vice President Alison Sanders officially called to order the 5th Legislative Session, the let Senate meeting, at 4212 p.m.. President's Report: Now is not the time for us to reflect with complacency upon the past achievements of the Student Association, but rather a most opportune time to organize Dur plan of action and move ahead. This will not be a coat-tail adminstrationl This will be an adminiatration of constructive Btudent hctionk We mnet move beyond peripheral matters and get to the core issues: Students' rights and responsibilities. Thia administration will not hesitate to open new channels of communication within the University: As President of the Student Association, I stress the word "new" because this asmtniatration must achieve significant advances in the scadetaic policy-making of the University as well as in nonacademic affairs. The Fifth Legislative Session of the Student Association must set aa its goals the strengthening and the crflation of committeee. mere must be effective reciprocal representation on all faculty and administrative councils affecting academic decieions, and through the Student Association, student4 must become involved in policymaking at the department level. This involvement muet include

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the hiring, evaluation and retention bf faculty members, and the developement of an expanded Third Curriculum program, The Judicial Branch of the Student Association must be empowered with a means of enforcing its decisions and this power can only come with the cooperation of the Senate of the Student Association, A Public Relations Committee is in the process of being established, This will be the most valuable asset of the Student Association. *. It will be a committee to help the Senators and the Student -... -.. Association government remain in close contact with the student body who voted them into off ice, We must obtain and maintain a voice at every C3llege Council meeting, Only with work on the part of every Senator and dtudent will this administration be able to achieve an acadCmic community in reality rather than in name. Vice-president's Report: Vice-president Alison Sanders extended her congratulations ta the new Senate and stressed the importance of communications in the .. f 01 lowing year. Senator Seymour moved to accept the mominations of David R. Field for the office of Treasurer of the Student Association, Will Rogers as Assistant Treasurer. and Anne Clement for the Office of Senate Secretary. The motion was seconded and paased. Senator Anken moved to m&a into a Committee of motion was seconded and passed. Senator Johnson rn~ved to return to the Senate. seconded and passed. Senator Lukasiewicz moved to call the question. onded and passed. The question was called and was passed with one the Whole. The Tne motion was T The motion was secobjecth n, Senator Seymour moved to grant speaking seats in the Student Association Senate, to the student representatives to the Faculty Assembly,, other than the President and Vice-president of the Student Association. The motion was seconded and passed unanimously. Senator North nominated Senat~r Seymour for the office of President Pro Tem of the Senate. The motim was seconded, Senator Michaels nominated Senator Saltzman f~r the position. The mation was seconded. Senator North moved to close nominations, The motion was secmded and passed.

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Senator McKeever moved to vote on the seconded and passed. Senator McKeever Withdrew her motion. Senator Michaels moved to table voting was seconded and passed, A ten minute recess was given. nominations, The motion was There were no objectiona. for the nminees, The motion The Senate decided that the foll~wing Senate meetings will be held at 5300 p.m. on Tuesdays, Senator Lukasiewicz moved to approve nan-senator council-members. The motion was secanded and passed. 10-2 Senator Lukasiewicz moved to apyove non-senator council-members as individuals. The motion was seconded. Senator Lukasiewicz withdrew his motion, The second agreed. Nominations were made to the six councils of the Senate, Senator Kelly moved to accept ao a whole, the nominatimsfor the Senate Councils, The motion was seconded and passed, unanimously, Senator J3hnson moved to cast one unanimous vote to accept the nominations for the Senate Councils, The motion was seconded and passed. The Student Association Councils: Academic Affairs Council: Senator Linda Adsitt Senator Alan Boekhout Senator Douglas Hodges Senator Susan Konrath Senator Paul Lukaaiewicz Senator Sandrh.'Michaels Admiasions Council: Senator Linda Adsitt Senator Alan Boekhout Senator Kathleen Dillon Senator Dave Smithson Senator Pah McKeever Faculty Communications : Senator Susan Kmrath Senator Pat Mckeever Senator Eileen White Library councilt Senator Carole Seymour Senator Judith Wereszynaki Senator Eileen White

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Student Affairs Council: Senator John Anken Senator Kathleen Qi llon Senator James Kelly Senator Sandra Michaels Senator Douglas Nqrth Senator Dave Smi thson Summer Session: Senator Marie Johnson Senator Paul Lukaseiwicz Senator Nancy McCauley Senator Douglas North Senator Anken moved to accept Liz SoRal and Richard Rogers, two nonsenators, as mmbers of the Student Affairs Council. The motion was seconded, . Senator Adler moved to accept J3hn Rosbrok on Student Affairs .%z., ?? Council, 'bd that nominations be voted on as a whole. Vice-Presedent Sanders called the Question. The mation was passed unanimously. Committee Reports: none New Business: Senator Johgson moved to adjourn the meeting, The motion was -. seconded.The meeting waa adjourned at 5~10, Respectively submitted, Anne Clement Sanate Secretaq

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 6, 1969 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. Roll call was taken and the following Senators were absent but excused: Senator Anken, Senator Salzman. The minutes were accepted as read, Vice-President's Report The Chair announced that dinner will be avaliable to the members of Senate in the Union Snack Bar if the meeting runs over the dining hall dinner hours, The Chair requested the approval of four members to Budget Council. Treasurer David Field made the following recommendations : Tom Fisher ,Maryam Manetta, Joan O'Connor, Larry Reese. Senator Adler moved to accept as a whole these four people. The motion was seconded and carried. The Chair called the question, The motion was passed, Mr. David Jarvis, Chief Justice of the Student Association Supreme Court was called to administer the oath of the office of Senator to Sam Felicia, Fran Lapinski, David McGee, Randy Rist and Fred Talerico, The Chair called on Treasurer David Field for his recommendations for the p3s htion of Bu~ine~:: Manager of Student Association SenateTom Fisher was recommended. Mr, Field explained that the Business Manager will handle only student government financial matters, thus freeing the Treasurer to handle business in all other branches of the Studat Association. 1 Senat-.: F2rth mo::ed to zcceyt the nomination of Tom Fisher a As Busi~ess Managzr, The rmtion Was seconded, 4 P The Chair called the questionThe motion was carried, The Chair explained the Room Reservation Policy: Only President David Pelland, Vice-President Alison Xanders oc Secretary of Student Association P~S, Ginny Monroe may make room reservations for S,A, Vice-president Sanders announced that she and president Dave Pelland will attend the next College Council meeting. The Chair requested the Senators to study the Amendment to the S.A. Bylaws concerning Senate Councils, and to add these to their logs.

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~omiktee Reports : Faculty Assembly representative Harold Adler reported that in the Faculty Assembly Meeting held May 5, 1969, the COGS Committee Report was approved. Old Business r Senator McCauley moved to remove from the table nominations for President Pro Tem of the Senate. The motion was seconded and passed, 15-1. I The Senate was advised that Senator Salzman, one of the nominees for President Pro Tem, was absent, and unable to decline the nomination. Senator Hodges mved to retable nohinations for President Pro Tern of the Senate. The motion was seconded and passed, 15-6. Senator Lukasiewicz requested that the Senators be given copies of the proposed Student Cod8 of Conduct. Senator Seymour mved to move into Committee of the Whole, The motion was seconded and carried. Former Senator ~ichard Rogers briefly explained the purpose and content of the Student Code of Conduct. Senator Smithson moved to move out of the cormittee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and passed, New Business : Senator Seymour moved to accept the agenda as stands, The motion was seconded and carried. Senator Lukasiewicz introduced Bill 91 concerning allocation of the sum of $1,000,00 to the 1969 Student Government Budget for the Senior Gift. The bill was seconded, Discussion followed. Senator Seymour moved to amend Bill#l, so that Senate can epecific. ally approve the use of the $1,000.00 allocation Senator Adler moved to table Bill #1 and its Amendment. The Chair ruled that with the tabling of an amendment, it follows that the bill is tabled. Senator Lukasiewicz appealed to the Chair. The Chair s decision wa8 carried 14-7. Senator Lukasiewicz introduced Bi11#2 tdhich called for the allocation of $6,900.00 for cost, insurance and yearly upkeep of a Student Association Vehicle. The bill was seconded, There followed a lengthy discuesion, considering the cost and worth of a vehicle for this purpose.

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senator Bill #2 Senator Adler called the question. was defeated, 18-4. Lukasiewicz moved to open the fl6ar to nominations for non-senator positions on Student Affairs Council. The motion was seconded. Senator Lukasiewicz nominated Jeffrey Blackman. The nomination waa seconded, Senator Kelly nominated Liz Peterson. The nomination was seconded, Senator Seymour moved to close nominations, The motion was seconded-and pasaed. Senator Hodges moved to move into the Committee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and pasaed. Discussion followed, debating whether or not it was in order for the Senate to publicly interogate a nominee for a council or committee position. Senator Adler moved to move out of the C~mmittee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and cartied. Senator Kelly moved to table voting on nominations for a nonsenator member of Student Affairs Council. The motion was seconded and carried. Senator North moved to adjourn, The motion was seconded. The meeting was adjourned at 6:40 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Anne 8. clement Senate Secretary

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/' 4' 4+$& Student Association f State University College at Oswego + Senate 5th Legislative Session 41 p9.3~-d Senate Meeting 4 Minute? ?a May 13, 1969 --. The meeting was called to order at 5:17 p.m. Z RoXl Call was taken and Senator Kathleen Killon was absent. "The minutes were accepted as read. 8 9 Executive Rer Treasarts Re~ort2 c ~reaburer David Field reported on the first State-wide Treasurerts conference held May 8a and 9~ at Stanford, New York, hosted by the State University College at Oneonta. Beaauss of poor timing, the': Q conference was poorly attended, but nevertheless worthwhile as plans were made for a Second conference next fall at S.U,N.Y. at Albany. Y Vice-?resident s Rm Vice-president Alison Sanders announced that all items Senators rl have prepared for the agenda must be on Mrs, Monroe's desk by 12800 3 noon, on Monday, after they have been check by Dave Pelland or myself. Vice-president Alison Sanders also announced that no new study abroad programs will be carried through until new sources of funde a are found. Committee Rm Senator Carole Seymour requested that any senators interested in joining the Committee on Committees see her after the meeting. The Studeat Affairs Council met Thursday, May 7, 1969 and held -elections. ~lekted were Richard Roger~, Chairman; Sandra Michaels, Co-Chairman? and Douglas North, recorder. Three subcommittees of the Council were established: Corbmuter Affairs, Dormitory Affairs, and Greek Affairs. The Student Affairs Council recommended that Senate amend the By-Laws of S,A. to allow an increase in the number of non-senate members on Councils of Student Association, The Code of Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities was presented to be read and considered before the next meeting. 4 Admissions Council *4 A meeting was announced for next Thursday at gtOO AM, 5th floor Culkin Hall in the Placement Office. All members of Admiseiona Council were advised to attend since the S.A, Admissions Couricil 4 not yet appointed a representative to the corresponding Admissions Council of Faculty Assembly. 0Old Business: Senator Saltzman moved to untable voting for President Pro-Tem of 1 r the Senate. The motion was seconded and carried. Senator Seymour and Senator Saltzman enumerated their qualifications Vote was taken by secret ballot, and Senator Leonard Saltzman was elected President Pro Tern,

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-2New Business: % Senator Saltzman moved to approve the Agenda. Senator Seymour objected. Senator Seymour moved to amezd the agenda by placing item i) before item la) in order to have this item of business closed before the MUBM meeting at 7:OO P.M. Senator Michaels moved to move sectiori j) under section e) on the agenda. The motion was seconded and carried. The Chair called the question. The agenda was approved as amended. Senator Seymour introduced Bill #3, establishing the sponsorship of the check-cashing program only by and under the name of the Student Association. This program will no longer be jointly sponsored by the H.U.B.of M. and the Student Association. After a brief discussion the Chair called the question. Bill #3 passed 20-0-3. The Chair introduced Bill #4 concerning the summer activities fees policy. If carried through, this policy will Ifenable S.U.C.O. summer sessions to have an adequate program of activities, Senator Seymour moved to table Bill #4. The motion was seconded and defeated. Senator Kelly called the question. Senator Saltzman objected. Senator Rist moved the question. The motion was seconded and carried. Bill #4 was passed 19-1-3. The Chair introduced Resolution #I. It was seconded. Resolution one entails the establishment of an insurance representative for S .U. C .O. during the academic year 1969-1970. Senator Johnson moved to move into a Committee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and carried, Jim Freeman, Student Insurance Coordinator for 1968-1969 outlined two alternative insurance plans. Bankers and Travelers wid Life Accident & Health Life Accident 8a Health $22.20 15-19 yrs, 823.75 $22 00 $26.50 $25.50 20-24 yrs. Phys. Ed., Intercollegiate and Phys. Ed., Intercollegiate and Intramural Atheletics Intramural Atheletics. $2815,00 $3680.00 Mr. Freeman recommended Robert McCormack ans insurance representative from Bankers and Travelers, He is in residence in Oswego while Dave Allen would have to be reached at Troy or Schenectady. Mr. McCormackl policy appears to be more comprehensive and in the long run, less expensive. Senator Kelly moved to move out of a Committee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and passed.

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+ ,&enator Saltzman moved to table Resolution #1. The motion was se aeconded an4 defeated, Senator Lukasiewicz r.s.j-,2-l the previous question. Resolution#l Fwas passed 18-1-4. *' Senator Rist introduced Reeolution #2, concerning the coed housing proposal for Seneca Hall. He requested the Senate's endorsement of the proposal since it will be brought up before the College Council f at their next meeting. This housing proposal was researched and '. **: studied by a committee of students, faculty and administrators before being finally written up by the Housing staff. The Chair called the question. There was an objection from the floor and Senator Rist was asked to answer more questions. a Senator Kelly called the question. Resolution #2 was passed unanimously. -7 Senator Michaels and Senator Hodges introduced Resolution #3 and the motion was seconded. 3. The Senators were challenged by Resolution #3 to support the four demands of The Black and Puerto Rican Student Union. Regarding recruitment of Black and Puerto Rican student6, Senator Rist stated that Admiasions Council thoroughly investigating the admissions R policies of S.U.C.O. t Senator Lapinski moved the question. The motion was seconded and carried, Resoltuion was passed 16-3-3. Senator Lukasiewica introchced Resolution #4 which etates that starting with the fall 1969 semester all restrictive curfews will be abolished and Parental permission should not be required in order for women etudents to enjoy this freedom. Senator Johnson moved that Resolution #4 be tabled so that the Senators could communicate with their constituents on this issue. The motion was seconded and passed 9-8-0. Senator Rist called for a decision of the house. The motion was defeated by a roll call vote 9-12-1. More discussion followed. Seeor Kelly called the question. Senator Saltzman objected. Senator Saltzman moved to amend Resolution #4t "that this resolutlon be sent to College Counc$lw so that College Council is aware of the argument in favor of a non-restrictive policy. Senator Rist moved the question. The motion was paased 21-0-1. ,A pResolution #4 was pasaed 21-0-1. Senator Rist moved that the Senate recess for 45 minutes for dinner I 7 and reconvene at 8:00 P.M. 1' r The wotion wae rreconded and carried. (3)

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) C The meeting recessed at 7:?-54 The meeting reconveneci a'. Y:3:, 0 r\~enator Saltzman introduced Bill #5, an act to amend the S.A. By-Laws increasing Council membership to have up to eight Senate members. With eight-man membership, there will be assurance that students will be well represented on corresponding Faculty Assembly r* Councils. Senator Kelly moved the question. The motion was seconded and pasaed 15-26 4 Bill #5 was defeated 5-17-0. *r, Senator Michaels introduced Bill #6 which 1. changes the number of members on each Council and 4; 2. .Opens up ~"s,A. Councils for non-senate members. The motion was seconded. 4* Senator Saltzman moved to amend Bill #6 80 that there would be 4-12 9 members on each committee, 2-8 of the members being Senators. Again this would asslpne full student representation at joint Faculty Assembly Council meetings. It will eliminate the necessity for having alternates, and provide continuity. Senator Michaels moved to move into the Committee of the Whole. The motion was seconded and passed, Discussion followed so that Dick Rogers could speak. m a Senator Seymour moved to move out of the Committee of the Whole. Senator Kelly called the question, Senator Magee objected. More discussion followed. Senator Kelly moved the question. The motion was seconded and + passed 18-0-4. The amendment to Bill #6 was passed 11-30-1. Senator 'McCauley moved the question. Bill #6 passed E91*2-l, V The floor was opened to nomination for S.A. Councils. The following t seAf nominations were made and seconded: Frances Lapinski Admissions Council Randy Rist Library Council David Magee Academic Affairs Council Sanl Felicia Academic Affairs Council Leanard Saltzman Student Affairs Council Leohard Saltzman Admissions Council 4 Jambs Kelly Library Council fi Senator Johnson moved to approve tbabove appointments pending final .pr approval of Bill #6 by President Pelland. The motion was seconded and passed unanimously. Y 4 -he Chair called the question. The motidn yae harqied with 2 opposed, Senator Saltzman introduced Bjll #7. It 'as *ed&dW. This bill 'X combines the position of Onbudsmen and Chaira)afi 6k' the P"b1i.c Relation Lcomietee. C

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e In the discussion that followed, Senator Seymour felt that the two 1" positions should rexaf il sspmte, the Omb~..~:cnan working under and in conjunction with the Public Relations Committee. /A 4 Senator Saltzman called the question. c Bill #7 passed 17-1-3. tb Senator Saltzman introduced Bill #8. It wae seconded. This bill suggests a new policy regarding a vehicle for Student Association. F.S.A. will own the car, but agreed to the following etipulations: 1. The car is designated for S,A. use only. 2, Three members of S.A. will be appointed for assignment of the vehicles use. 3. S.A. will be able to dispose of the car, pending F.S.A, approval. Senator Adler moved thr, previous question. The motion was seconded and passed 19-1-2. Bill #8 was passed 16-6-0. Bill #9 was introduced by Senator Doug North, and seconded. This bill states that registered female guests in dormitories on weekenda from off-campus ehould enjoy the no curfew privileges. Bill 9 was discussed and several Senators commented on problems that will have to be dealt with if this policy were to be initiated. Senator Johnson moved to amend the bill to read as follows, under 2b: .,., and that she should be required to show other valid proof along lmwith the card in order to maintain security and that she be required to return the guest card when she leaves the dorm." C Senator Kelly moved the question. The motion was seconded and passed. The amendment to Bill 9 passed 17-1-2. a Senator Doug North introduced Bill #lo, an acceptance of the revision 4 of the old alcohol policy. A Senator North moved for a 5 minute recess to study the revised aloohol policy. I -4 Senator Lapinski moved to table Bill #lo. The motion was seconded. Senator North objected. 1C a The Chair gave the decision to table priority, since the motion to a* recess was not aeconded. '4 Senator Lukasiewicz appealed the decision of the chair. The decision 5 was defeated 9-8-3. c A five minute recess was recorded and passed. *9 The motion to talbe Bill #10 was defeated 4-10. Senator North explained point by point the revisions made in the r old alcohol policy. The Rationale for the new policy was also I presented. Motion was seconded and passed. Bill #lo passed 15-0-0. tr U Seantor Kelly moved to adjourn, The meeting was adjourned at 10 pm. Respectfully ~ubmitted,k R. C~~PN? 5.c fe += ry

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me tareebtfnq waa called to ordap at St07 Pdl. m;ssforo crat&lUhJ,ng my r~lamsm~ qPCs'c vetuafacg. Bill #6 EU~ fai1.L 97 let mqt rartke one lll0r8 xewye8C. 3Jz &8~ isp firm bdiaat that %he8 $?&@ of t%e sb-dmt ~.~ci3atim1 arWuW wet osr Way 27 adosag ie 4s wIZbdeat te me a5 thfe tithat k3eso w&f& ba wah need M! eta& a aw~t=ixm~f. jt thflac tl~at h m# $hi+ ay~6Wq ~g%b Zbeedm ~vid-t: t.~ m, if%f IZamqe CcaU^rciZ will not P&ciZitats gartianal actimlr, Hy rs&ms hw veW;fag BU am am fo.l12ows$ Secticm 3 i-a own to ma%?, 'n ths aama oiF. CaLurciiLs COMCU ntwitm~~ mrt br pzessat eoRtfuct btl~fness. q.?alj.ficatdon trih@%he?r tlm Chai.mm rcay or my not ba r nonwarra'ce wdxa, Bt f s my g-1 ing thak 6ana@a ~MBM~BP~~ w.re a~eczt;ga by UI~ popla. Bk, this ~o;;~ctl wcrk and t$at the bYr4en of these offdces mart rUll fa31 on .the PW~~BY~ m'$i3re. in ~~~i~lral #$a bill s~~ little frrrsthmght in deacxiblng al% rea~;~ns.Abilitia~ uLd cotraxegg w8cua *ere ahee mid be bla-k. Tba BexiaCo S&U&& in lq srski *a .1.ook irrta thf~ e.zes i3xt?&@r befc~xe tdchg action trn8 be a~tain ail c~saqumces arbn.hg fI)UCI~ a chzsqar. X:zr regard to BfLl #7 my mastons for opposing thia Biil 'are arr f 0lZcrrs 8 The fhmctlaaing of the otatlxsdeman ae 63' effective poaiCion wf ll not leave enough 'tS2ME to crrgatl%ea *% opdrationsl Publjie Nel&t.&oh~ Cow ttee Xn sly aatiraakkcm Ws, ChhnWmn asoulil operate vnCer the Pwblic Relations OOrhitAecb am a member. At pseesrant ,the Pcbiic Rslatio,~ Ol.a&rieul as appointcad by me does not wish to ogQzsrte a Oar3u4alsaan. Ky final request waul4 be raWm the dhdmwm myself to operate wl(ch vwy Em re8 far one ,yep; &nca me total mneapt: awl .rmponll'WIi~~~ srf ha wfP#i: nor: beJ&bdent witbm?t; itr egmraW,u& &3& a

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Alison Sanders reporhd on tpe College Council meeting on Friday May 16, 1969. Dave Pelland and Aleion rece%vd an invitation to attend tb luachdn and meeting with ~~~~e Council. On Thutrday, they recdved wrd from Dro Rock that the invitation to the meeting WBO withdrawn, but that they could otill aetend the luncheon, The firat-item on the agenda of the meting conridered opedting reata for Dave and Aliron, A rerolution wau parroed allowing for three Student Amsociation rpeaking mats pn the Council, College Wcil will notify the Student Amaociation of future meetingr. Uter in the meting, the coed houeing proposal war accepted on an experimental ba8is for Fall of 1970, The open vialtation hour. policy was rejected as it now sthnds, Committee and Council Rewrta t ly representative Harold Adler reported that the Bhyeica Mamters Program war approve& The Faculty Amwnbly did not take any action on Bill 129a. ~ltjt tlh Faoulty doem not comply with the State regulation, the Board of Truteer will. Student Affairs muncil t Senator North reintroduced Rewlution #6 concerning the Code of Conduct, Rightr and Reeponribilitiss an premntd by the Student Affairr Council at the last meeting, The ~notion war necon8ed. Richatd Roger. briefly explainad the putpose8 of thir code, praoenting it aa a Bill of Right.. Senator Riat moved to poetpone discuesion of Resolution #6 until disolsaion of Reoolution #6 until diocuanian of Bill 129a haa taken place. The nmtion was seconded and passed 19-1-3. Admiclarions Council: Senator Boekhout wae elected temporary Chairman. At the meeting this morning with AdaPirrrionrr CouncSl of Faculty Aeadbly Ptofesrrora Bm and Rumg pte+rrarted a petition with over 1,000 signat;u~en calling for an investigation of present admh8ion8 pliciem, *tion on the 11 point, of the petitian in immediately in thei planning rtage. d a meetivg for 7 tOOPM Tlruroday, May 22nd. Old Bueinese x Hew Business r Senator Wler mbved to amend the agenda. adaincr section f) letter to Faculty Alounbly. l%e modon mts o~conded. Senator Anken woved to place a) under e), The motion wss seconded. Gena-r Ri8t maoved to plaoe War; g) diacueriorr an Bill 129a.

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,Mew Bueinss~ t The first pasaed, The agenda wan approved aa afnended, amendment was defeated, The second and third were S Senator Anken introduced Bill #11 providing for at $10,00 student f@e per quarter for' student teachers, me. motion was seconded, In the dimcussion that followed, Treasurer Dave Field muppoxted the propdued bill, stating that it wag worth the extra amount of book-keeping Senator Kelly moved to amend the bill am followa: A etudent will submit a written request for a refund within thirty days after the start of the quarter in which he will be student tisaching, The am&ndment was passed unanimously. The question was called, Bill 911 wag passed 21-2-0, Senator Anken introduced Bill412 concerning responsibility of the Student Association vehicle, The motion wa& meconded, Senator Saltsman moved to amend the bill by striking out the lart two line8 ", ,and the President Pro Tern,, ,absence, '@ The Qldr called the question on the LLrnernknt to Bill #12. The amendment was pamsed 14-2-7. The diecurmion following related to whether or not the Treasurer should have partail zeaponmibility of the car, Senator Saltzman mbved to amend to strike out mection 3, replacing Treasurer with Senator, Senator Lukaefewice atated that the intent of the bill was t o eetablieh the Treasurer as the third person in charge of the vehicle, The Chairgo decision war reguemted, The Chair agreed w$th Senator hikanbwicz. The Chairgr decision was appealed and upheld, 'Phe Chair called the gueetion on Bill #12. Bill #12 wae defeated 3-8-12, Senator Hodgee pteoented ~eoolution IPS, an amendment to the new Alcohol Policy, Thirr callm for regulatloolrr concerning uae of alcohol on oa~p.rua ta be eubmitted to the Aleohax Beverage Conunittee and rwlewed annually. This Rerolution waa r-rtd $0 be lprerrerrted along with Bill 910, to thg College ~ouncig, so that they can aneider asl azternate policy. Resolution Y5 alao a2ld &rd,tory. Counci&s to sstablfeh regtakatione in thsir reopeotise &ma, Senator Adler called the que~tion, Resolution #5 was paaeet? 17-4-1,

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The Chairn\an of each Counci 1 ahall. be a $mator. .Fifty per-cent of the raRagberohip of the Council ehall cons~ituke a quorum. Businelra may be canducted only when a quorum ia present. Benator Adler called the Bill #&3 was parrsed 15-5-3, Senator Saltman introduced Bill 814, a revision of Bill 17. Thir bill *anger the poritioa of the Osabudmm mo that he ie a member but not the chairman of the Public Ralation8 Conunittse, Bill 814 was passed 19-0-1, Senator Adler mved to present hie letter to Faculty A~sebbly. The motion warr seconded, This letter is a statamant of dismay and strong dimapproval of the 'action. of collage Council at %e meting Psiday, May 16, 1969. Senator Lukasiewicz moved that the Senate rupport Senator Adlerae motion, and give him a standing ovation. In the following discussion many of the Senator. expremaed their approval of the position tdcen in this letter, Senator Saltaman wed to table the letter. The raation WM aecondet Senator LRikasiewicz retracted his motion, The second agreed. Senator Saltmaan moved to plme Senator Adler'e letter first on the agenda for the next meting, 'JChe motion wam seconded. Senator Adler advised the body that there ir only one more Faculty A.sembly meeting this spring, and again reiterated his position, I Senator Saltmwed to recess for 45 minutes for dinner. The motion wae seconded and defeated. Senator Johnson moved the previoum question. The motion was defeat Senator Johnson moved to endorse Senatox Adlerar letter and give full support and backing. Senator Felicia moved the question. The matioh was seconded. Senator Saltmuan objected, The discu8sion continued for and against the lqtter. Senator Johnson mved the quertion. Senator Adleras lettex wqe endoraed wanimusly. a

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Senator North, speaking for tuclent Affairs Council, mtated that they would comply w?.th Facu ty AssiemPbly'rr decision regaxding Bill 129a. Senator Michaels nroved to introduce Resolution #6, Senator Rist moved that the Student Aerrociation Senate comply with Bill 129a. Swator Lukaeiewicz anoved to amend Senator Riot's motion inserting the phrase "rclactantly complyn, The motion waa meconded and paaeed 12-0-6, Since 129 a was acted upon, a diacurrmion of the Stvdent Code of Conduct, Rights and Re~poneibilities waa in order, eu moved in the lart meeting, Senator Saltaman mved to refer this propoed code back to codttee for refinement. T'he motion waa meconded, Senator Saltzman called the guemtion, The motion wa pasaed unanimoumly. The meeting was adjourned at 8804 P.M. Respectfully Submitted, Anne Clement Senate Becretary

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Student Aseociatfcn State University College at Caxego Senate 5th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting Genate Kinutes The meeting was called to order at 5:17 p.m. Exwutive Reports: Thlik is the last meeting until next September, announced the first week school is in session. when a meeting will be Treasurer's Re~ort: --a Edget Council met with editors Ken Evans and Dick Rodgers of' The Pc~~cluluim and agreed to an initial allotmentof money so that the paper can operate at full expense next fall. Committee Reports: =tG on Committees: announced that there are still openings on admissions~ouncil. Senator Seymour moved to accept the nomination of Nancy Joyce as Chairman of the Public Relations Committee. The Chair called the question. The motion was accepted unanimously. Senator Boekhout announced that the F. A. Admissions Gouncil met at which time Yiss Dorothy Mott read a EtaTement concerning admissions policies. Of concern was the admissions policy of Black and underpriviledged students. Senator Hodges reported for the Academic Affairs Council the recent informal gathering of students and professors at the Warehouse to discuss the upheaval in the languag& departments. Facult As~embly: 4 Adler reported that inthe last f .A. meeting a pzssed concerning a new course drpp policy. A student signed permission of his instructor, drop a course up after the first of the semester. Old Business: none New Business: ?'he agmas accepted as amended with section C) to cussion of Billl29A. new bill was may, with the to ten weeks include a disa) Senator North moved to rescind Bill#lO, the alcolhol bill. Resolution #5, afinew alcohol policy proposa1,went to the Alcohol Beperage Committee,who will send it to College Council, urging approval Resolution #5 is neater and more concise.

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-2Senator Rist called the question asd the Resolution was passed 20-0-1. The Chair ruled th?,t Resolution #5 becomesBill 35 and Resolution#G become Resolution H5. b) Bill# 16 was intoo duced by Senator Anken proposing an additional $337.50 for 1969-1970 fiscal year alloted to SEANYS. Treasurer Dave Fields Explained the propoaal. Senator Seymour moved to table Bill #16. The motion was defeated. More discussion followed during which time the purpose of this organization was explained. Senator Saltzman moved to table Bill #16. The motion was passed 13-3-6. C) Senator Lukasiewicz moved that the S.A. Senate comply with Bi11129s of the State of New York by stating: "we will comply with all Federal, Local and Community laws.' The motion was seconded. Discussion folhowed. Senator Rist moved to omit the word Ii'conununity" from the statement. Senator Saltzmann called the question. Objection. Senator Lapinski moved to arnend:"we will comply with all Federal and State civil and criminal laws. The amendment was defeated 6-10-5. Senator Lukasiewicz moved the previous question. The motion was camied 13-8-0. REquest of division of the House: The motion to move the previous question was defeated 3~15.-2. Senator Saltzrnann moved to end debate and table Lukasiewicz's motion. Senator Adler moved the previous question and it was passed 16-4. The original motion was defeated 5-16=0. Senator Saltzman moved to suspend the rules to amend the agenda. The Chair also requested an additional amendment concerning a resignation. Saltzmann called the question and it was carried 15-0-0The rule$ were suspended with a vote 14-0-0. The agenda mas amended. Senator Saltzmann moved to reallot $300.00 from the Sheldon Forensic account for purposes of a summer trip to Washington D.C. The mot:-on was passed 14-4-3. me

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The Chair read the resignation request of RichardRodgers. Senator Felicia moved the question. The motion was approved 9-3-9. Senator Lapinski moved to adjourn. TBB meeting was adjourned at 7:35 p.m. Respectfully Submitted, Anne R. Clement Senate Secretary

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 7th senate Meeting September Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 7:12 p.~. The following Senators were absent: Senator Talerico and Senator Felicia (excused). Executive Reports: President Pelland rg9orted on a conference of Student Association Presidents, which he attended in Washington, D.C. this past weekend. He also informed the Senate of the following: he will be visiting dorms for discussions in order to learn the students' feelings on various issues; his main goal this year is to work toward a Faculty-Student Administration government for Oswego State; the ~lcohol Proposal has been passed:, and he still has received no suggestions for revisions of the Room Visitaiton Policy. Treasurer s Report : David Field announced that check cash in^ will start on Friday, September 26; that clubs cannot process until S.A. recieves registration money; and that a new printinp contract with Bower should save S.A. between $800 and $1500 a year. Committee Reports: Publicity Committee: Nancy Joyce announced that she can always use new membzrs and she will help anyone in S.A. who needs publicity. Faculty Asse~bly: Senator Adler reported that the Faculty Assembly filled pnsitions va~at~d by faculty turn-over and that President Pelland was elected to the Personnel Policies Council. Vice President Sanders explained the three day waiting rule on legislation which will be enforced this year. No bill or resolution may be voted on the same day it's introduced. She also informed the Senate of the need for a Traffic Court Justice. The Chair called for a motion to accept the resignation of Senators Saltzman and White. Senator Saltzman moved this motion, and it was carried by a show of hands vote. Old Business : none

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-2cont hued New Business : The agenda was accepted as amended with discussions on the time and day for Senate meetings, the Moratorium on the war in Vietnam on October lSth, Senate Expansion, the Election Committee, and the Committee on Committees. a) The Senate voted to meet on Monday afternoons at 5pm in 212 Hewitt Union. b) Senator Adler asked the senators to become familiar with the plans for a moratorium on October 15, seek out support for it, and be prepared to act on a resolution concerning it next week. C) Senator Ankenss plan for Senate expansion was discussed only briefly as it was not a motion or a bill. The Senate wants the student body to be aware that this is a plan by Senator Anken and not of the Senate as a whole. d) The Chair asked for members of an Election Committee which will set up the special campus-wide elections to be held soon. Senators Kelly, Konrath, Lukasiewicz and Wereszynski volunteered to work on this committee. The elections will be for the following positions: one senator each from Cayuga and Funnelle; one Faculty Assembly Representative and two alternates three Faculty Student Association members, one from the sophomore junior, and senior classes; and six students for the Student Conduct Appeals Board: two each from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. e) Senator Seymour explained that two old members of the Committee on Committees had resigned. A meeting for persons interested in fill in^ those vacancies would be held Thursday evening at 7:30 in the Senate Office. Senator Johnson moved to adjourn. The meeting was adjourned at 8:17 pm. Respectfully submitted, Linda 17. Palmer Senate Secretary

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s3w&#@. State University College at Omego Sena$C 5th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting September 29 .I969 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:14 pm, The following Senators were absent: Senator Rist and Senator Felicia. Treasurer1 s Report : David Field asked the Senatels approval for appointing Eileen Whited to the Budget Council. ~hk Chair called the question. The Senate unanimously approved Miss klhite in a roll-call vote. Executive Report: The Chair announced corrections on the Council's list to read as follows: 4-12 members on each council, 2-8 Senators and 2-4 non-Senators approved by the Senate: Senators Rist and White taken off the Library Council, 1 Senator and 2-4 Non-Senators to he added; Senator Saltzman to be taken off the Admissions Clouncil, Senator Adler and 2-4 non-Senators to be added: 2-4 non-Senatorst! to be added to the Academic Affairs Council* Senators Saltzman, Liz Sokal, and Dick Rogers to be taken off the Student Affairs Council, 2 non-Senators to be added; and 2-4 non-Senators to be added to the Summer Session Council. Vice-president Sanders asked for the SEnateYs acceptance of Ronald Rombachls resignation as Supreme Court Justice and Traffic Court Justice. The resignation received Senate acceptance in a show of hands vote. The Senate accepted an invitation from President Perdua for an informal meeting at his home on Tuesday, October 7. Committee Reports: Committee on Committees' Senator Seymour announced that 2 members were still needed for this committee. Old Business : Smator Adler introduced a resolution concerninn the Moratorium scheduled for October 15. He asked the senators to pass his resolution which says they agree with the aim of the Moratorium: bringing the Biet Nam war to the foreground. Senator North called the question, and the resolution was accepted unanimously in a roll-call vote. New Business : The Agenda was accepted as amended with section C to include approv&l of the guidelines of the Alcohol Policy.

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ASenator Lukasiewicz reintrod~ced a bill frov last semester which saysthat there should be no curdews for anyone. The Chair reminded the Senate that there could be no vote at this time because of the 3-day-rule. Senator North motioned to table this bill until it could be voted on. The motion was carried. BSenator Godges intm duced his bill which called for the Oswego Peace Coalition to receive Q200.00 f~om the S.A. to publicize the upcoming Moratorium. Discussion followed. Again the 3=day-rule prevented a vote. CThe Chair called the question of an emergency meeting on Thursday, October to vote on this bill. This motion was passed unanimously by a roll call vote. DSenator Kelly asked for Senate approval of the election committee's procedures for the up-coming electdons. Discussion followed during which many unanswerable questions were raised. Senator Lapinski moved to table the bill until answere were found. The motion was seconded. The bill was tabled until Thursday's meeting. FSenator North read a letter from the Student Association of PlcGill University in Montreal, Canada, concerned with American exploitation of the new Canadian oil finds. We have been asked to support Canada'a views. Discussion followed. Any decision will be put off until the Senate has had more time to learn about the matter. FSenator North asked for Senate approval of PresidentlS Pelland's guidelines6 of the Alcohol Policy. Due to the 3-dayrule, voting was pushed up to Thursday's meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 6:28 pm. Respectfully submitted, Linda M. Palmer

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Student Association State University College at Oswey Senate 5th Legislative Sessj-on 8th Senate Meeting October 2, 1969 Senate Minutes I I The meeting was called to order at 5-18 p,m. ~ I Senator Smithson was absent. Glenn Allen is the new SenatoF from I.G.C. Trea8urer1s Report: bavid Field announced that the Budget Council will allot $200.00 to the Oswego Peace Coalition if the Senate so desires. Executive Report: vice-president ganders ask4 the Senate to accept Senator Lukasiewiczls resignation ~5th the condition that he rerncins a Senator until Scales Hall elects someone to replace him. The motion was passed by a show of hands vote. The Chair announced that copies of the letter from McGill University were available to Senators. Committee Reports: 5:udent Affairs Committee: Senator North announced they had metamskussed the proposal to do away with ciirfews. Committee on Cowittees: Senator Seymour reported that all Senators should publicize the various positions open to students in their Government, Alcoholic Beverage Committee: Senator North announced that they would meet on October-f in room 215, Hewitt Union at 7 ph. Each dom should be represented. Old Business: ASenator Hodges moved to untable and accent Bill 18 asking for $200.00 for the O.P.C. (Oswego Peace coalition for publicity concerning the Moratorium.) The motion was seconded and discussion followed. Senator Talerico suggested spend in^ the money on blood for soldiers in Viet Nam. Senator Magee questioned the legality of the Senate's giving the money. Treasurer Field reported this action to be legal, The Chair called the question and Bill 18 was passed. BSenator Kegly moved to untable Bill 19, which contained the prodedures for this fall's election. The notion was seconded and discussfon followed. This bill was passed unanimously.

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vb r' -a. CSenator North moved to untamke Resolution 6 which was President Pelland's guidelines for the Alcohol Policy. The question was called and this resolution was ~assed unanimously. New Business: none : 9 The meeting was adjourned at 6:03. d Respectfully submitted, Linda M. Palmer

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Student Association State University College at Oswego th Legiblative Session th Senate Meeting Senate 14inutes The Meeting was called to order at 5-23 pm. All Senatom were present. Trearurerrs Report: bavi&"F'~a~~ wmmuicd there would be a Tre~usec's meet in^ in room 213 Hewitr Unicm, an Tuesday, October 7, at 7 pm. ~e also asked far Senate approval of Senator Lapfneki as a member of the Senate Finance Conranittee. The Senate approved Senator LapSaski's rappaintmnt unanimously,in a'dhov of hands vote. Comfttea RepoPt8: dk?ee a* -ttee.8: wfor Senate approval of Gary Gardnar as a Suprame Court Judge. This committee accepted him unanfmously, as did the Senate. Election Committee: Senator Kelly asked Senators to unge students to run for the 19 new positfond openings, S cia1 Committee on j4lcoholic Beverages : gator No~th announcad that at last Thursday's rnectina. the Alcohol Policies of Boirnean,Riggs, Loni~, and Morelfind Halls were accepted. Th$$ committee's next meeting will be held in 220 ~cwitZ Union, Thursday, October 9, at 7 pm. Student Affair8 Counci&: Sana*or Michaels amownced that at 7.30 pm tonight in the SA office the Judicial System of the College would be discussed. The meeting would be open to the interested public. Faculty Assembly Report: Benato~ Adler and Richard Rogers announced the outcome of the debate on the M~atorium. In brief, the faculty voaed that the students should act in accordance of thLir own conscfences and within the dictates of schoul mles with regard to the echeduled activities on October IS, W69. Old Business A Senator Lukasiewizls Bill 117, which advocates no parental permission needed for the "no curfew" Policy, was untablcd. Some discussion followed during which Senator North announced that a similar resolution, which included a plan far tighter security in wornen's dorms, was being worked on by the RA';s in Moreland. Senator tukasiewizr asked that hfs Bill 617 be tabled again until the results of the RA"s reeolution became known.

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B Senator Sgymaur questioned the whereabouts of Bills # 42 and 47 whfch ware passed last year. These bills heid to do with traffic vidrlatfons and Stated, in effect, that moving violation tickets would remain progressive (ie. $2, $4, $6) and that these two rules would become effective Fall 1969. The Chair informed the Senate that these bills had been sent to Mr. Bobert Barry, Director of Traffic and Safety. New Busi.ness : The Agenda was amended to include a dLacussion of Senator Anken's Senate Expansion amendments and a discussian of the Faculty Aseembly dec2&n earlier this afternoon. a). Senator Anken would like to see more Senators and have elections twice a year in. order to implement a rotating Senate and insure Freshman represantati~n The prapased amendments were tabled. b) Senator Hodges opened the discuseion of the Faculty Assemb%y decision on the Moratorium, Senators North &nd Boekhout asked Senators to support any students who my be intimidated by professors far participation in the Moratorium activities. The meeting was adjowned at 6t45 pm. Respectfully submitted, Linda M. Palmer

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 13, 1969 Senate Kinutes The meeting was called to order at 5:13 pm. Senators Dillon and Lukasiewicz were absent. Executive, Reports : President Pelland reported on the status of the recently passed Beil #18 which allocated $200.00 to the Oswego Peace Coalition. Many students have questioned the legality of this bill: they feel that the Moratorium has become a political issue, is no longer an informational event, and therefore, S.A. cannot SUDport it monetarilly. A retraction of Bill #l8 would have resolved the problem, but those who support the bill have decided to test its constitutionality. President Pelland also reposted that Joe Walker, of the Oswego Peace Coalition, has retracted any and all political statements in publications paid for by the money allocated in Bill #18. Aleo, the radio announcements on the Moratorium have been corrected to say that they are paid for by the Oswego Peace Coalition and not S.A.. Finally, President Pelland informed the Senate that the Supreme Court would rule tonight on the constitutionality of Bill #18; an injunction, effective midnight October 13, has been issued until the Court renders its decision. Vice-President Sanders appointed Senators as temporary chairmen af councils. Senators Wereszynski, Boekhout, Magee, Michaels, and Johnson have been named to Library, Admissions, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and Summer Sessions Councils, respectively. Also the pro sed Curriculum ~evision is now referred to the Academic Af r airs Council. Ken Evans and Dave Stickles are heading the Faculty-Evaluation Committee. Student members to this committee are very much needed. Committee and Council Reports: studant Affairs Council: reported that a short meeting woLld be held immediately arter the Senate meeting today. Committee on Committees: Senator Seymour announced that any senior&interested in being interviewed for Traffic Court oositions should leave their names with he* by Wednesday, October 15. ~lso, Senator Seymour asked for Senate approval of Gail Tooker as a new non-Senate member of the Student Affairs Council. The Chair called the question and Miss Tooker was accepted unanimously. Old Business : NONE

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New Bus ines s. : Thc agenda was accepted as mended to include intmxluction of Bill 122 which cDIK?erned allocation of money to the Order of Promatheus. a) Senator Lapinski introduced Bill #20, which has to do with check cashing in #s Union by S.A.. 'Phe main difference between the new policy and Sast year's system is that $.A. alone will now sponser this senrice rather than in conjunction with R.U.B.M.. Because of the three day rule, the bill could not be voted on today. b) Senator Lapinski introduced Bill 621, which cone-s the elimination of payment of Student Bady Fees by Oswego State students who partSeipate in an apprwrsd Study-Abroad mg~am. Because of tke thee day rule, the bill could not be voted on today. C) Senator Taleria introduced Bill C22, which asks the S.A. to allocate 8200.00 to the Order of &omatheus for charitable purposes. Senator Nurth suggestad that thie bill be preeented first to the Budget Council. The Chair concumed, and Bill 122 will. be presented to the Budget C~uncil at its next meeting, October 21. d) Senator Kelly announced that election petitions would be available at the dormitory's main desks tomorrow. The sleeting was adjourned at S:S4 pm. Respectfully submitted, Linda H. Palmer

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'0 CL \, I** hz Student Association I St&*@ University College at Oswego Osvego, New Yo~k 9 Senate e "' i "Y)... 5th Legislative Session [)th Senate Meeting k i @r October 20, 1969 1 z .s i' Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:13 pm. ders ~eported the f~llawin?~ land feels Bills 42 and 47 which deal with traffic safety should be rsvi$3wsd immediately. Senator Boekhout volunteered to be on an ad hoc~coffuntitt&e to do so. (1 The Supreme Court declared Bill 18 ($200.00 to Oswe~a Peace Caalft3on) not in accordance with budget policy. However, any bflls fnouzvred on or before October 12 by the Coalition would be paid. The Court has frozen the Senate's redining money until the Senate fmureaj: that itsbudget policy will be followed. Aleo the Court suggested that a -watchdog committee'? be set up within the Senate to in$ure proper all'ocation of Senate money. (c) The Septembe~ 23 bulletin from Financial Aids which contains important in%ornraiAon concern in^ loans should be read by all Senators and" students. Treasurer s Report : bav~~eld regoded that Senator Talerico's bill calling for $200.00 for chiwitable or$anizations in Viet Ham has been red%reeted fn the famof a letter to Bresident Pelland. Also, S~MZOTB Johnson and McCauley asked to be placed on the Senate Fi~nce Cornittee. The Senate approved these two new members unanlmo~sly. Camdttee Reports,: mion Conanlttae* Senator Kelly reported that only Faculty Gsembly electiofis will be held on October 21; Student Anpeals Board, Student Conduct Committee and Faculty Student Association elections will be held later as not enough candidates are in the running to offer students a choice. Library Council: Senator Wereszynski announced that this council needs one more Senator member. Academic Affairs Council: Senator Mapee asked members to stay after the meeting to set a time for an Academic Affairs Council meetinp. Comm2ttee on'Comsittees: Senator Seymour ~emrted~that they have met 'Hi;ur times. Liz Noetscher was approved unanimously as a Traffic Court Justice.

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ssions Council: Senator Boekhout announced that non-Senator +-*' Alcoholic Beverage Cowittee: Senator North reported that no aorm's rules and regulatfons have been approved yet. They are not + likely to be approves before next month as this comntittee (ABC) 4@ Vmeets only once a week for one hour. Senator North urped Senator to discourage use of alcohol until the rules and regulations we passed because if word of misuse of alcohol in dorms reaches Colle w Council, it could jeo~ardize the policy. n Emerson reported on New Paltzls dormitory autonomy policy. opinion after hearing this weekend's visitors from New Paltz that this policy could easily fail before it would succeed. s accepted as presented. cz introduced Resolution #6 which called for the love af country statement in accordance with This resolution was defeated C3-9-61 Respectfully submitted, Linda Palmer

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Student Association State University College at Oswcgo Oswego, New York Senate 5th Legislative Session senate Minutes October 27, 1969 The meeting was called to order at 5:08 pm. Executive Reports: la) President Pelland urned the Senators to "rret active" and do the job they promised to 20 when they ran for their offices. He warned he would publicly ask for resignations if necessary, but he hoped that would not be the case. (b) Vice President Sanders announced that Bill #42 (1st parking ticket is a warning) is being enforced, that Bill #47 (non-progressive fines) was being looked into and that final copies of Bill #16 and 817 of last year's Senate Session are needed to complete records. The Chair also asked for Senate approval of the appointment of Senator North to the Alcoholic Beverage Committee. This motion was accepted in a roll call vote. Committee Reports: Student Affairs Cfouncil: Senator Michaels announced a meeting on Tuesday, October 28, in the S. A. office at 4:00 pm. Some topics to be hiscussed were open hours, coed dorms, alcohol policy, and the no-curfew policy. Faculty Assembly: Senator Adler began a discussion on the proposed college calendar for 1970-71. Some arguments against this calendar were as follows: students would not be able to work over Lebor Day, which is usually a good paying holiday; summer school would consist of only two five week sessions and not the present 3,6,3 week sessions; dead days before exams would be eliminated. Two arguments for the calendar are: 1) the advantage of being able to work over Memorial Day Weekend and during the Christmas holidays and 2) having the first semester finished before leaving for Christmas vacation. All Senators felt that students and professors should be made aware of the pros and cons of this calendar before the Faculty Assembly (which includes four student members) is called upon to vote on the calendar. Senator Adler urged Senators to learn their dormst feelings on this issue and to report to the student Faculty-Assembly members before Monday so they may vote accordingly. S.A. Budget Council: Senator Johnson introduced the Regulations For Special Accounts. They should be read, publicized, and will be voted on next Monday. Academic Affairs Council: Senator Magee announced a short meeting immediatley following the Senate meeting. Admissions Council: Senator Boekhout asked the members to stay For a few minutes after the Senate meeting. He also reported

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that interested persons are needed Election Committee: Senat~r Wereszynski reported that Cayuga will hold a re-election-for its Senator this Thursday as the last election was too close. Special Committee on Alcoholic Beverages: Senator Lapinski announced that representatives from Hart and Cayuga Halls are still needed. Alcohol Committee: Seneca's Alcohol Policy has been returned for minor revisions. Senator North also said he feels that at last one policy will be approved eac9eek by the Committee. Library Council: Senator Wereszynski asked that members stay a short while after the Senate meeting. Tutorial Committee: Senator Dillon volunteered to head this newfy tormulated committee. Old Business: Senator Anken asked for the present status of Senator Talerico's request for $200.00 to be used for charitable purposes in South Vietnam. Will Rogers reported that this request has been put to President Pelland in the form of a letter asking for money from last year's Campus Chest funds. New Business: none The meeting was adjourned at 5:56 pm. Respectfully submitted, Linda M. Palmer

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 13th Meeting November 3, 1969 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:18 pm. Senator Dillon was absent. The Inter-dormitory Council representative to the Senate, Emory Van Dunk, was introduced to the Senators. Two new Senators, Glen Allen (IGC) and Sandy Fletcher (Cayuga), were sworn in by Chief Justice Jarvis TREASURER'S REPORTS: David Field announced that S.A. has cashed $47,000.00 worth of checks during the month of October. Also, FSA has agreed to insure, register, license and maintain S.A.'s new car (to be purchased soon). This car will be available to students only. Chief Justice Jarvis reported that Bills 842 and #47 have been causing trouble between the administration snd security. Until these differences are cleared up, traffic court will not be held. Students may still appeal tickets, but their cases will not be heard until the court resumes sessions. EXECUTIVE REPORTS: Pice President Sanders reported the following* Senators are invited to attend the ~nternational Relations Club tea on November 11, from 4-6 in the Union's Informal Loun~e; the student representative to the Faculty Assembly Council is A1 Isaacson; S. A. can send three students as S.A. representatives(if they flylor soven(if they drive) to the Association of Student Governments Conference to be held over Thanksgiving vacation (11126-11/30) in Atlanta, Georgiastudent personnel and Security are meeting to work out problems, and more students will become involved as the year goes on: the journals of the Senate business will be ready for Senator's use after November 16th; and at the Faculty-Student Association Meeting, David Pelland was elected Vice President; the Student Action Movement asked for $400.00 for films and speakers (tabled until next meetin?) $100.00 was given to the new science-honorary fraternity (Sigma ~ij j and the riding rate at Fallbrook for non-students is now $2.25/hour, six riding lessons cost $25.00, and private lessons cost $8.00/hour. COMMITTEE AND COUNCIL REPORTS: Committee on Committees: Senator Seymour announced that applicants ?or the Supreme Court are needed and interested people should contact her. Academic Policies Council: Senator Magee announced that the council's main concern is how the Pnysical Education Department will fit into the new curriculum. Also, Senator Smithson is heading a committee to find recommendations concerning academic policies. Student Affairs Council: Senator Michaels announced a meeting at 6pm on Tuesday, November 4. Senators were asked to initiate discussion on open hours in their dorms.

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YFACULTY ASSEMBLY: Alan Isaacson reported that the proposed calenar was accepted with slight modifications by the Faculty Assembly. : + r\ $e school year (1970-71) will begin after Labor Day, (Sept.7) fall seme$terts classes will be 60 minutes long, the fall semester will -b be finished before we leave for Christmas vacation, (Dec.19) inter9 session will be six weeks long, Sprinp semester will begin Jan.14 and end May 23. President Perdue must give final approval to this icalendar. 1 SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE: Senator Johnson reintroduced the Regula..I, tions for s~ecial accounts and moved to acce~t them. err, The motion was seconded. The Chair called the question and the reg) ulations were passed unanimously. b JL OLD BUSINESS: none NEW BUSINESS: The agenda was accepted as amended to include discussion of senator Anken's Senate Expansion Policy, entitled Proposed Amendment number one, Senator Adlerts resolution on the war in Viet Nam, and the California Grape Boycott. ASenator Johnson read Bill #22, SEANYIS request for $405.00 to use for this year's project. The Senators were asked to ask their dormst opinions and to be prepared to vote on Bill 22 next week. BSenator Anken began the discussion of -# The talk was brief, and Senator Anken said he would get copies of his proposal to Senators next week for action. CSenator Adler read Resolution $7, a letter to be sent to President Mixon. He asked the Senators to talk about it in their dorms and to listen to President Nixon's address on the war. Senator Adler felt that in all fairness, the Senate should withhold its decision until after it heard what President Nixon had to say. DSenator Hodges began a discussion of the California Grape situation. He feels Food Service should sto~ serving grapes harvested by underpaid migrant farm workers until their union's demands are met. The meeting was adjourned at 6:22 pm. Respectfully submitted, Linda Palmer -2

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5-19P.M. Roll Call was taken and all Senators were present. November 10, 1969 The minutes were read and accepted with minor changes. Treasurer's Report: A reminder from Treasurer R. David Field that the newly vurchased duplicating equipment is to be used only by the secretaries. Executive Reports: Vice-president Alison Sanders made several announcements: 1. Senators were encouraged to attend the International Relations Club Tea on November 10, 1969, from 4:00 to 6:OOP.M. in the formal lounge of the Hewitt Union. 2. Sehators should consider nominations for President Prp Tem. 3. President David Pelland has not yet made his decision concerning who to send to the Association of Student Governments Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, over Thanksgiving vacation, November 26-30. 4. Vice-president Alison Sanders requested weekly reports to the Senate from the IDC, IGC, and H.U.B. of M. representatives. Committee and Council Reports: Library Council: Senator Kelly announced a meeting open to all Senators on Wednesday, November 12, 1969, at 3:30P.M. in the Senate Office. Student Affairs Council: Senator Michaels informed the Senators that legal counsel is needed to advise'the students who are working on oDen hours ~roceedures in the dormitories. A committeea on Committees : Senator Seymour announced that a meeting will be held on Sunday, November 16, 1969, at 8:OOP.M. to interview nonLsenator candidates for the Student Affairs Council, and at 8:45P.M. to interview candidates for the Academic Affairs Council. The Comrnittee on Committees recommended George Nuffew for the Supreme Court Justice position. The Senate approved the nomination unanimously. Admissions Council: Senator Boekhout reported on the first meeting of the Admissions Council with the Faculty Assembly Admissions Council. Discussion followed concerning reciprocal representation of faculty and students on Faculty Assembly and Student Association Councils. acu"~ss1: Representative Isaacson reported on the recent frictlon In 5he aculty Assembly concerning the Faculty Grievance Committee Report. IGC: Senaaor Dillon reported two items that are of present contern to IGC: a) It is hoped that more space will be provided in the Union for Greek pledging in order to draw some of the crowd out of the Snack Bar; and b) changes are presently under consideration regarding the status of sorority housing in relation to the administration of house regulations.

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Committee and Council Reports (cont.): Faculty Evaluation Cormittee: Senator Lapinski announced a meeting at 7:00P.M., November 10, 1969, in room 604 Culkin Hall. ABC: Senator North reported on the las* ABC meeting. Seneca Hall's policy has been approved. The policies of Scales, Funnelle, Lonis-Moreland, and Riggs were returned for revision. At the next meeting the committee will consider revisions from Scales, Funnelle. Lonis-Moreland, and Riggs (in that order), and originals from Onondaga and Johnson Halls (in that order). IDC: Representative Emory VanDunk reported that IDC is establishing a Court System set up to deal with situationsthat cannot be handled by individual dormitory courts, but should be handled on a lower scale than the Supreme Court. Public Relations: A coalition of Chairman of Senate Council and Committees and Chairmen of major campus organizations had its first meeting Thursday, November 6, 1969. It is hoped thaf, through this group, the various organizations represented will be able to coordinate their activities with more success. Student Association will have a full page of the Oswegonian every week. Senators were asked to contribute. S.A. handbooks have arrived. S.A.. Vehicle Committee: Treasurer R. David Field reminded the Senators tliat it would be necessary to elect one Senator to share the responsibility of approving the use of the S.A. vehicle. Senators Kelly, Lapinski, and McKeever were nominated; and Senao* Lapinski was elected. OLD BUSINESS: 1. Senator Anken moved to accept proposed Amendment #l. The motion was seconded. A discussion followed on the reapportionment problem. Senator Seymour moved to table the amendment:The motion was seconded. The vote was tied: 12-12. The chair broke the tie and proposed Amendment #1 was tabled for further study. 2. Senator Adler proposed Resolution #8 concerning a statement about the Viet Nam War to be sent from the Senate to President Nixon. Senator Adler explained that this letter would be a statement not reflecting the view of the student body, but that of the Senate itself. The question was moved with a vote of 17-7-0; and the Resolution was passed with a vote of 13-10-1. Senator Adler moved to attach a tally of the votes to the Resolution to send it ti President Nixon, the purpose being to give the minority a stronger voice. The motion was seconded; and discussion followed. Senator Seymour moved the question. The motion was seconded and carried 14-45. The vote on the amendment to include the tally of the votes was 8-9-6. Sehator Magee moved to permit Senator Adler to change his vote on the amendment to Resolution #8. The motion was seconded and carried 18-2-3, thus changing the vote on the amendment to Resolution #8 to 9-8-6. 3. Senator Johnson reintroduced Bill #22 concerning a $405.00 allotment to SEANYS. The chair called the question. Bill #22 was passed 19-0-2. 4. Senator Adler presented and explained the proposed college calendar for 1970-'71 which has been passed by the Faculty Assembly. The discussion was taped so that President Perdue could consider student opinion of the proposed calendar before taking action on it.

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NEW BUSINESS : Senator North introduced Bill #23 correcting a contradiction in the alcohol policy resulting in the new amendmenf to the policy which was passed by the College Council in September. 1969. The Bill will be reintroduced next week for discussion and vote. The meeting was adjourned at 7 : 28P.M. Respectfully submitted, Anne R. Clement Senate Secretary

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 16th Meeting November 17, 1969 SENATE MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5:20 p.m. The minutes were read and approved without changes. Executive Reports: The Chair called for approval of Fran Lapinski as Chaimn of Faculty EvBluation Coaaihittee. Senator Emersoh so moved. The motion was seconded. The Chair called the question. The motion was approved by roll call vote 17-0-1. Vice President Sanders announced that Senators Sandy Michaels and Douglas North will represent Oswego at the Association of Student Governments Sixth Annual Conference in Atlanta, November 26-30. The Chair read a letter from Mr. B.S. Oaks, College Council member who attended the last Senate meeting, unbeknownst to the majority of Senators. Each Senator was given a new Senate journal to be kept up to date and passed on to new Senators of the next legislative session. Committee and Council Reports: Mr. Haskins, Director of the (pi lot program) gave a report from Dean Powell's office brietly explaining the program in relation to objectives, recruiting, financial aids, and tutors and advisement. There was a brief question and answer period. Student Affairs CounciJ: Senator Michaels announced a -ti.= for November 18 at 6:30~.m. in the S.A.office. Inter-Greek Council : At the last f~ming the Greek Housing Row Cormration disolved. For financial reasons, the ~orpoFation wak unable to-obtain a building contract for the land ares south of Route 104. Pledging for the Greeks will continue in the Union as it has in the past, except 5n the ballroom. Academic Affairs : Senator Magee announced a meeting November 18 at 7:OOp.m. in the S.A. office. Alcoholic Beverages Committee: The A.B.C. passed Funnellets and Lonis-Moreland's alcohol policies.

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Onondaga Hall's policy was returned again for further revisions. The ABC will meet Novmnbe~ 19 at 7:SOp.m. in 212 Hewitt Union to review revised policie~ from Onondaga, Scales, and Riggs Halls and original drafts from Johnson -and Waterbury Halls. A dorm director and student must be present to represent each dormitory. Codttee on Cglmnittees: Senator SeyglauF mported on the mekings of last Sunday, November 16. The Cananittee recommended Tina Goldstein for non-Senate position on the Academic Affairs Council. The Cofnmittee will reintervieQ codidates for Student Affairs Council next Sunday night, November 23, at 8:00 in Room 218 df the Un on. At the time the Committee on C6mittees bill also interv f ew cbhdidates fbr Academia Affairs Council and Admissions Council. Inter-Dormitory Council: kipresentative VanDunk reported to the Senate from IDC by reading a written report which contains an intmducfion and coents on IDC's Judicial System, Constitution, Co-ed Dorm Speaking Seat, funds to dorms and announcements. Faculty Assembl : Representative fsracson reported on the continuing friction in Facultv Assemblv. He read a resolution submitted to F.A. from the ~epartment of Political Science. Old Business: Senator.Hodges reintroduced Resolution f9. This resolution, which was seconded and passed 19-0-1, acknowledges the Senate's support of the United Farm Workers Organizational Committee in their boycott of California table grapes. Senator Hodges met with Mr. palmer, Director of College Food Service, who agreed to cease purchases of California table grapes if Senate endoreed the resolu~ tion. Senator North reintroduced Bill #23 which corrected a contradiction that exists because of the amendment of last September in the Statement of Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages. The Chair called the question, and the bill was passed 18-0-2. New Business: Senator Boekhout introduced Resolution #lo, an implementation of Bills #42 and 47. The Bill was seconded. A lengthy discussion followed, during which time Traffic Court Gene Schreiner helped explain the necessity of this Resolution. Senator Zimmerman moved to refer the resolution back to committee. The motion was seconded. Senator Emerson moved to cease debate. The motion was carried by 4 hand vote 15-4. The vote on whether to refer Resolution #10 back to committee was defeated 3-17-0. Senator Magee moved to amend Section 8 of the Resolution to read: "Any student who loses hie garking &tickers through Traffic Court action has the right to avpeal either to the Traffic Court or the

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Supreme Court for their return." The Chair called the question, and the amendment was passed 15-3-3. Senator Boekhout moved to waive the three-day-rule and act on Resolution #lo. The motion was upheld by a hand vote. The Resolution was passed 17-2-2. The meeting was adjourned at 7:05 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Anne Clement Senate Secretary.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting November 2b, 1969 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:20 p.m. The minutes were apprcved as read Executive Reports: Treasurer's Report: Treasurer Dave Field reported on the S.U.N.Y. Treasurer's Conterence. On December 11, 12, and 13, SUNY at New Paltz will host a conference at SUNY at Albany. This will be a conference concerning student athletics. Vice-president: Vice-President Sanders requested approval of the following nominations for Council positions: Student Affairs Council: Pete Zinmerman, Sandy Fletcher, Gail Tooker and John Rosbrook. Plso requested by the Chair was the resignation of Douglas North from Student Affairs Council, Bummer Sessions Council and Committee on Committees. Senator North moved to accept these nominations and resignations. The motion was carried. Committee and Council Reports: The Alcoholic Beverage Committee approved the revjsed alcohol policies of Scales, Onondaga, and Riggs Halls and the original policies of Johnson and Waterbury Halls. Hart and Cayuga have not yet submitted policies. Election Committee: Senator Kelly moved that on December 11, elections will be held for L) Student Conduct Committee and 2) Student Appeals Board. Petitions are now circulating on campis, and must be returned to a member of the Election Committee by December 7. The motion to set these two dates for petition returns and elections was carried 15-1. Committee on the Establishment of a Tutorial System: Senator Dillon remrted that Mathematics and Science majors from Alpha Phi omega-will send their names to Mr. Maurice fiaskins, director of the Pilot Program, if they are willing to tutor students who need to work in these two areas particularly. Other student volunteers are needed. AD HOC Committee on Traffic Violations: Senator Alan Boekhout explained procedures to follow for the recipient of a traffic ticket. The first payable ticket automatically becomes a warning ticket. (You can appeal a warning ticket and, if it is repealed, the next ticket serves as a warning ticket.) The Senate page in the Oswegonian will carry an announcement aoncerning procedures. Faculty Evaluation: Senator Lapinski announced that a total of

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forty students are needed to be responsible for faculty evaluation procedures. Each academic department will at least one student. These people must be willing to supervise the completion of evaluation forms. Submit any candidates'names to han Lapinski. Interdomitory Council: Representative VanDunk reported briefly on the activities of the Judicial, Co-ed Dorm, Constitution, and F.S.A. Funds investigating Committees. Academic Affairs Council: Chairman Emerson announced that Dr. John Walcott is the reciprocal faculty member from Faculty Assembly on the Senate's Academic Affairs Council. Faculty Assembly: Representative Adler reported that President Perdue did not accept the proposed 1970-1971 calendar for several reasons; inconveniences for transfer students and student t-dcrw among them. Alan Isaacson' s anti-war resolution, ( 'Le t ter to President Nixon) was defeated by Faculty assembly. mew Business : Senator Hodges moved to amend the agenda to include under new business an amendment to Resolution #8, the letter to be sent to President Nixon regarding the War in Vietnam. The motion was seconded. Senator Johnson moved to include an informal Senate session as the last item of business. The motion was seconded, and both motions were carried. Senator Seymour introduced Resolution #11 which proposed to eliminate any restrictions placed on non-senator membership on councils and committees. Senator North called the question. Resolution #11 was passed, 1433. Senator Kelly introduced an amendment to revise the last paragraph of Resolution #8. Senator North seconded the motion. A lenghty discussion followed questioning the relativity of a national issue to Senate. There were strong voices on both sides of the debate. Senator Dillon called the question. There was an objection. Senator Kelly moved to revote on Resolution #8 with the amendment and include that vote with the Resolution to be sent to President Nixon. Senator North called the question. There was an objection. There was a motion to limit debate. The motion was defeated, 10-8. There was a motion to table the revote on Resolution #8 with the amendnent. The motion to table was passed, 13-6. The Chair requested that the Senate move into an informal session to discuss problems within the Senate body. Senator Johnson moved that the session be closed. The .'

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motion was defeated. The meeting was adjourned at 6:55 P.M. Respectfully submitted,

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Student Association St ate University College at Ostrego Senate St;h Le~islrttive Session 17th Senate iIeeting December 8, 1969 The meeting was c'glled to order at 5:15 p,m. The minutes were corrected to read, under Election Committee; Senator Kelly moved that on December 15 elections eill be held .,.p etitions...must be returned to a member of the election committee by December 11. Executive ReportPresident Pelland read parts of a letter which he would send to Dr. .Rock enumeEating personal grievances related to Dr. Rock's position in regard to student government. Senators were asked to refuse to cooperate with Student Personnel until f'urther notice in an effort to stimulate an evaluation by Student Personnel of its responstbilities to students. President Pelland also enumerated several issues which would be of major concern to the Sengte. They included the necessity of drawing up a Student 's Bill of Rights, and the urgency of solving the pollution problem caused by the power plant on campus. Vice-president Sanders announced an open hearing Monday, December 15, at 2:30 in 104 LR on the Curriculum Revisions. This meeting will be open to the entire college community. Vice-president Sanders also read a letter from the Hartwick Regional Fast Comittee of Hartwick College. Hartwick will sponsor a fast to be held on February 1, 1970.. Proceeds from this, and other f'und-raising activities of that weekend will be sent to Biafra. The Chair requested the approval of the appointment of Tim Richards to the Chairmanship of the National and International Affairs Department.. The appointment was approved unanimously. The Student Association Vehicle may be reserved for use by any organization which is f'unded by S.A, Reservations can be made through David Pelland, Alison anders or Fran Lapinski on condition that the day and tima desired are free on the calendar and that only a student will drive. Vice-president Sanders requested that Committee and Council chairmen submit a weekly written report to Public Relations Chairman Nancy Joyce. Treasurer1 s ReportTreasurer David Field announced that a random questionaire will be sent to 1,000 students to gather data pertinant to Budget council and Senate ~ina.&e Committee. Committee and Council ReportsASG ReportSee Michaells and NorthIs written reports.

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Senate Minutes 12/8/69 P-2 Faculty EvaluationSenator Lapinski announced that Faculty Evaluation needs many people to work-for not more than two hours a week. The training program for those working with IBM cards will be held January 5January 9. Faculty Evaluation of all undergraduate courses with enrollment of over 15 will take place January 12January 16. Election CommitteeSenator Kelly announced specifics about elections for the Student Conduct Committee and Student Appeals Board. He asked for help and reminded Senators that I.D. cards must be punched. Student Affairs CommitteeA meeting will be held at 6:30 P.M., Tuesday, December 9, in the S.A. office. Academic Affairs CommitteeA meeting will be held Tuesday, ~ecember 9, at 7:00 P.M., in the S.A. office. H.U.B.M.John Tam, speaking seat re~resentative for H.U.B.H. announced things going on in H.U.B.M. including Constitution revision, need $or applicants for Chairman of College Bowl, door prizes for winter show, and game tournaments. Old Business; Senator Hodges reintroduced the Amendment to Resolution 8 (letter to President Nixon on the Viet Nam War). Discussion followed. The motion to untable this amendment carried 15-5. Senator McKeever moved the question. The amendment was passed unanimously. The vote on whether or not to attach the amendnent and send it with the original letter deleting the final paragraph (adding the amendment as the last paragraph) was 13-6-5. Senator North moved Bill #17 concerning parental permission slips off the table. He asked all Senators to get student feed ack and signatures on petitions to get suppprt for the removal of parental permission for no curfew. Discussion followed. Senator Kelly called the question. Senator Hodges objected and voted no because he is opposed to takinp this to College Council for approval. Bill #17 passed 21-3-0. New Business: The agenda was amended as follows 4) Bill of allotment of $744 to A1 Isaacson (Senator Magee) 5) Bill on Chaperone Policy (Michaels) 6) Parking Resolution (Felicia) 7) New Curriculum(Senator Emerson) Senator North moved to accept the amendments as a whole. The motion was passed.

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Senate Minutes 12/8/69 1 1) Senator Johnson introduced Bill #24 which provides for an allotment of $300 to the Student Action Movement. Senator Johnson moved to waive the three-day rule on the first four items of the agenda. The motion was carried. The chair called the question on the Bill. Bill #24 passed 23-0-1. 2) Senator Lapinski introduced Resolution #12 re. Varsity Athletic Funding Proposal. This resolution will be of importance at an Athletic Funding Conference in Albany. Treasurer Field gave information about the purpose of the conference. Senator Kelly called the question. Resolutlon #12 was passed 23-0-0. 3) Senator Lapinski introduced Bill #25 to give $150 to send three students to Albany for a university-wide conference on Intercollegiate Athletics, December 10, 11, and 12. The Bill passed 23-0-0. $1 Senator McCauley introduced Bill 626 which calls for Senate to take from surplus $744.78 for A1 Isaacson as payment due:,bimf as former editor of the Oswegonian. Treasurer Field explained. Senator Kelly called the Question. The bill passed 20-0-3. B 5) Senator Michaels introduced Bill #27 on the Chaperone Policy. This should be brought back to the dorms. 6) Senator Felicia presented Resolution 13 concerning proposals for changes in Parking lot arrangements. Senator Kelly called the question. Senator 3oekhout objected to receive fuzeher clarification. The Chair called the question. Senator Wereszynski objected and motioned Senate into a Committee of the Whole so that Phil Hirsch could speak. Senator Smithson called the question. The resolution was passed 21-0-2. 7) Senator Emerson introduced as Bill #28 the proposed revised New Curriculum. He asked that Senators take it back to the dorms and urge their constituents to attend the open hearing on Curriculum scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Monday, December 15 in Room 104 L.R. The meeting was adjourned at 7:20 p.m. Respectfully Submitted, Anne Clement Senate Secretzry

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting December 15, 1969 The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. The minutes were approved as read Executive Renorts: President Pelland expressed his concern for the abuse of natural resources on this campus, emphasizing the air pollution problem. He also outlined several other problems which face the Senate next semester 1) Revision of the Student Association Constitution 2) Investigation of F.S.A. 3) Evaluation of student involvement in Student government Vice President Sanders asked for a consensus of opinion regarding Senate's action during the Biafrian Fast, February J, 1970. Senate expressed a desire to participate. A committee was formed and was delegated resnonsibility for the proceeds from any activities in which S.U.C.O.'might participate. Treasurer's Report: Treasurer David Field announced that the treasury will draw up a new questionaire to be distributed randomly to students to gather data relating to use of student fees. Committee and Council Reports: Faculty Evaluation: Chairman Fran Lapinski reported that a letter was distributed to the residents of all dorms ex~ressina a need > for participation in this evaluation. Budget Council: Senator Lapinski reported on the Albany Conference on Varsity Athletics. The New Paltz Proposal was passed. It proposed that the State University Athletic Budgets be subsidized by the State Budget and not by the individual State University College Budgets. Each University would now have to request the State to add this to the 1970-71 Budget. Student Affairs Council: Senator Michaels briefly discussed open admissions. On Wednesday, December 17, the Council will meet with Mr. Easkins to discuss the Pilot Propram. Sumer Sessions: Chairman Johnson reported that this Council met with the reciprocal representative from the Faculty Assembly Council. They plan to write a questionaire on summer sessions relating to the problems of course offerings, housing and social life. Su~eestions are welcome. Academic Affairs Council: --will meet Tuesday, December 16 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senate Office. FacultyAssem6ly Lib-r-ary Council: Senator Wereszynski reported that ,-Penf ield 'E-ibrafyY Eas $6 bOK000 use by February 1, 1970. They +decided Po dTvide the funds-mong the-twenty-nine academic departments. Dr. Thorton requested $1,300.00 to purchase books for the

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Black Studies Program. The Council discussed the status of Black Studies Program: whether it should be considered a separate department or a permanent program, etc. They could not reach a consensus of opinion, so a meeting was scheduled with the Vice-President of Academic Affairs to further discuss the issue. Inter-Dormitory Council: Representative Van Dunk reported that I.D.C. met with Mr. Palmer, Business Manager of F.S.A. to discuss a change in the meal ticket policy. The Judicial Committee of I.D.C. will present Senate with a statement regardine the necessity of an I.D.C. judicial system. The Co-ed Dorm Committee is now working on proceedures for selectin? students to live in Seneca Hall next year. Admissions Council: --will meet Thursday, December 18, at 7:00 p.m. in the Senate Office. The Council is requesting from Miss Dorothy Mott, Director of Admissions, a list of criteria for admitting students to this school. Pollution Committee: This committee needs more people to help gather dZta. Dr. Robinson informed the Council that this problem does not lie in the hands of this college, but will have to go to the State Legislature or Central Office. Traffic Committee: Buses will be running to Laker Hall for Physical Education crasses Monday-Thursday during class hours and Friday., 12:OO p.m.-8:00 p.m. Alcoholic Beverage Committee: ABC met and discussed "proun consumption" of alcoholic beverages, and when this is lepal. In order to obtain a chanee in procedures for a registered activity, a req.uest must be submitted to individual dorm directors. Publicity Committee: Publicity Manager Nancy Joyce explained why 1 elections wefe again called Off. 1) No seniors were on the ballot 2) The ballot was incorrectly typed up. Tentatively, *fie following election schedule has been established. Petitions will be redistributed January 4th. Campaigning will continue until midnight, January 15th. Elections will be held the 16th. Publicity needs volunteers to help make posters and flyers. Senator North was appointed the new Chairman. Old Business : Bill #27--Chaperone Policv-Senator Michaels moved toduntable the bill, and it was seconded. Senator Michaels proposed that this bill be taken to College Council with a vote fron the Faculty Assembly. Senator North directed a Guestion to Dean Rock as to the originality of the Chaperone Policy. The present Chaperone Policy was written and adopted by the Student Affairs Committee of Faculty Assembly about six years ago. Faculty Assembly approved the policy. The Chair called the question, and Bill #27 passed 21-0-0.

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Senator North moved that Bill #27 be Sent to Faculty Assembly and that the four student representatives be directed by Senate to express that Senate feels that the F.4. decision is final, and that College Council is only to be informed. In the discussion that fbllowed Dean Rock ex~ressed that he felt Bill 827 should be sent to College Council before it becomes Law. Dr. Rock would inform Student Personnel after Bill 27 was approved by either Fzculty Assembly or College Council. "I don't care which body" this is sent to first. The motion was passed 5-11-5. Senator North moved that this Bill be directed specifically to Faculty Assembly for approval. The motion was seconded. Senator Theibald called the question. Senator Adler objected in order to further the discussion. Senator North withdrew his motion and the second agreed. Senator Emerson moved to remove Bill #28,the new Curriculum proposal, from the table. The motion was seconded. Senator Emerson announced that the Faculty Assembly Open Hearing on the Curriculum proposal would continue Thursday at 3r30 pm in the Hewitt Union Ballroom. Senator Adler noved to amend Bill #28 to delete Section 9 in Bachelor of Arts for Arts and sciences and Section 10 in all other curriculum areas. (This information would be sent to the Academic Policies C~uncil MeetingIThe motion was seconded. In the discussion, Senator North suggested that the required credit number be lowered, and moved to amend the motion on the floor so that item 9 on page 3, and item 10 on all other pages read 42 instead of 54 credit hours. Senator Adler agreed. Senator Magee moved the question Adler seconded. The Amendment to Bill #28 passed 17-4-0. The Chair called the question on the entire bill. Senator Adler objected. A Aiscussion followed on the differences between the B.A. and B.S. degrees. Senator North called the question on the entire bill with amendment Senator Boekhout objected, stating that he feels the Senators are not well-informed regarding this issue. Senator North moved to table Bill #28. The motion was seconded. The motion passed 12-3. Mew Business: Senator North moved to amend the agenda to include item b) Committee uf Constitution Revisions of Student Code of Conduct.

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Senator Emerson moved Bill #29 regarding the proposed position of Attorney General of the Student Association. In the discussion that followed, the question was raised whether or not this should be in the form of a bill, or an amendnent to the Constitution. There was no quorum, so Bill #29 was tabled until the next meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 7:15 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Anne C. Clement

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting Senate Minutes January 12, 1970 The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. The minutes were approved as read. Executive Reports: Chairman Sanders read the resignation of Senator McKeever. The resignation was accepted. Rary Ann Tromblay will substitute until a new senator is elected to fill the position. Treasurer: Budget Council: Mr. Robert Schell helped the Council form a new Budget policy for the next academic year. Matters that will come up directly to Senate are: 1) Student Teacher refunds 2) Yearbook 3) Academic Clubs 4 Credit for Music courses 5) Debate Club(trave1 expenses) 6) Athletics 7) Commuters Committee and Council Reports: Election Committee: Senator North announced the election procedures : Monday, January 26 at 5p.m.-odeadline for return of petitions to S.A. office. Sunday, February 8 at midnight--campaigning over. Nonday, February 9 at 9:OOam-7:00 pm--elections at dormitory desks and Union lobby. Senator North moved for approval of this schedule. The motion was seaonded and carried. Committee on Committees: Senator Seymour announced that for next ( semester(Spring) there will be two openings on both the Traffic Court and the Supreme Court. Interested students should write a letter of application to the committee with two references-one from a member of personnel and another from a faculty member or administrator. Faculty Assembly Library Committee: Senator Wereszynski reported on the meeting with Dr. Thorton. The Black Studies Program still needs $I,B&. 00 for books. This request was approved by the Library. The remainder of the total $6000.00 available to Penfield Library will be distributed, one share to each department, with an additional half share to those departments with Masters Programs. Inter-dormitory Council: Representative Van Dunk reported that Room Visitation Committee is work in^ on 24Hour Visitation. The Co-ed Hall Committee is "working on-the division of floors

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Academic Affairs Committee: Senator Emerson announced that there will be a meeting Tuesday, January 12 at 7:30 pm in the S.A. office with the reciprocal faculty member. Chaperone Policy: Senator Boekhout questioned Dr. Rock about implementation of the no-chaperone policy. It will definitely be implemented by Spring semester. There has been no precedence for a dorm director to forbid an open house. Each dorm will establish its own policy. except for the chaperone stipulation, guest hour policies remain the same. Alc~hBlic Beverage ~&mrnittee: Senator North reported that Cayuga's -cy had been recehed and would be reviewed next Wednesday. Faculty Assembly: Chairman and Faculty Assembly representative Sanders reported that F.A., with Chairman Dr. Jones further discussed theRevised curriculum Proposal. Wiecha's Amendment calls for a Bachelor of General Studies degree. This proposal was sent to the Academic Affairs Policy Council. Dr. Perez moved to include a 12-hdur language requirement in the Bachelor of Arts Curriculum. This was discussed at length and defeated. There is no language requirement in the overall proposal, but departments still have perogative to require a language. Ad Hoc Committee on Biafra: Chairman Hodges announced the date of the fast to raise money for Biafra as Saturday, Feb. 14, 1970. Old Business: none New Business: Senator North moved to amend the agenda, adding item a) Bill #30--ASG membership and b) formation of an adhoc committee on Students Rights and Responsibilities Senator Johnson moved to add item C) Budget Request approval from the French Club. The motions were seconded and moved as a whole. A. Senator North introduced Bill #30 concerning Student Association membership in Associated Student Governments. Senator Michaels opposed the bill, reporting on the last ASG meeting. ASG will not take a stand on any political issue. A lengthy discussion followed. The question was raised as to the advantages of spending the $100.00 membership fee when S .A. could receive the same or similar correspondence by mail. Senator Darter moved to table Bill P30.f The Chair called the question and the motion was carried. B. Senator North moved to f~rm an ad hoc Committee on Student Rights and Responsibilities. The purpose of such a committee would be to consider the model student code of conduct. Senator Kelly called the question and the motion was unanimously carried.

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C. Senator Johnson introduced Bill #31, a Budget Request for French Club. The motion was seconded. Senator Johnson moved to waive the 3-day Pule. The motion was seconded and carried. Senator Kelly called the question. Bill #31 was passed 17-0-1. There was a motion to suspend the orders of the day. The motion was carried. Representative Isaacson suggested that the Senate establish an ad hoc committee to study-H.U.B. of M. Senator North so moved and it was seconded. Senate discussed this proposal. The motion was carried. The meeting adjourned at 6:40 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Anne Clement Senate Secretary

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Student Association State University College at Oswego 5th Legislative Session 7 21st Senate Meeting Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at S:~OP,M, February 9, 1970 The minutes were accepted as read, EXECUTIVE REPORTS : Chairman Alison Sanders read the resignations of Senators Kelly and Lapinski. The resignations were accepted as a whole, Supreme Court Justice George Nuffer swore in the new Senators Willoughby, Paratore, Janis, Owens, and Darter. The Chair also announced Dr. Rock's six to eight months leave of abscence. The appointments of Charles Johnson and John Canestaro to the Traffic Court were approved, The Chair informed the Senators of President Nixon's response to the Senatets letter, TFUUSURER' S REPORTS : heasurer Field announced that all surveys concerning the use of the Student Association fees have been returned and the results have been sent to the Pendulum and the Oswegonian. On Tuesday, at 4:30P,M,, in Room 212 of the Hewitt Union, there will be a mass meeting of all academio clubs, The appointment of Fran Lapinski to the Budget Council was approved unanimously. COMMITTEE & COUNCIL REPORTS : ELECTION C OMHITTEE : Senator North reported that the turnout for elections to Student Conduct committee and Student Conduct Appeals Board was poor, SUMMER SESSIONS COUNCIL: Senator McCauley announced that thfi Council needs new members. INTER-DORMITORY COUNCIL t Representative VanDunk re~orted that elections for a new Chairman are upkoming. IDC is now working on a 24 Hour Visitation policy, ADIrIISS IONS COUNC IL : Senator Boekhout announced that this Council will meet Thursday at 7:OOP.M. in the S.A. Office. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL : ?!!his council will meet at Tuesday at 7?00P,M, in the S,A, Office, TRAFFIC C OMIqITTEE : There is a new schedule coming out for busses running to Laker Hall and downtown on Fridays,

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COMMITTEE & COUNCIL REPORTS (cont, 2: co-s t Qenator Seymour announced that there are two vacancies on the Supreme Court, ALCOHOLIC BEVeRAGE COMMITTEZ : Senator North announced tha6 Hart Hall's policy is the only doam policy not yet passed; and that Greek ~ouse's policies will be comiag up for annual review in the near future. THIRD CURRICULUM: Chaimnan Sanders reported that Dean Michael Jones is drawing up a report on Third ~ur$iculum* STUDENT AFFAIRS COUNCIL t 3enator Zlmmemnan announced an organizational meeting at 7tOOP.M. tonight in the S,A. Office, OLD BUSIPIESS : -uley moved to untable Bill#16. The motion was seoonded and carried. ill #16 appropriates additional Rrnds to SEAWS, andl educational organization* Discussion followed, The Chair oalled the queation. Bill #16 was passed unanimously. The agenda was amended to include SenatorW Darter's Resolution, and to change item e to item b. The motion was seconded and passed unanimoua ly, A, A motion was placed on the floor to open nominations for President Pro Tern. Senators Eheraon, North, and S Zimmeman were nominated in that order, Nominations were closed and Senator P Zlmerman won the election, B, Senator McCauleg introduced Bill #32 on behalf of the Senate Finatnce Cormnittee, This bill allots money to four new cluba: 1, Writer's Club, 2, Ballet Club, 3. International Student Association, and 4, Italian Club, C, Senator McCauley introduoed Bill #33 providing for a maxinnua subsidy of $200.00 for any and all academic cluba, Treasurer Field explained the purpose of this Bill. Senator Darter moved to table discussion, The mqtion was seconded and carried, The meeting was adjourned at 6 rS0P.M. Respectfully submitted, 4flu Anne Clement

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Student Association State University College at Oswe~o Senate 5th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 16, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting opened at 5:15 The minutes were approved as read Executive Reports: Third Curriculum Dean Jones and Mrs. AmBurskv described the restructured Third Curriculum, which includes a new orientation program. The Third Curriculum propram is designed to a) introduce new students to the college b) meet the peneral needs of all students and c) meet the needs of specific groups. The three-day fall orientation will still take place, omittinp the traditional orientation procedures. What was, ~reviously a fall orientation week will now becope in effect a four-year propram of continuing orientation. The Third Curriculum steering committee welcomes reouests for proprarrs. President: President David Pelland delivered his State of the Student Association Address. After outlining the accomplishments won which the Senate is buildinp, he described the failures and shortcorrinps of Student Association this year. Pelland recommended a program of action for the remaining le~islative session. .[See attached copy of speech for details]. Cormittee and Councbl Re~orts: Student Affairs Council: Senator Zimrnerman has fist been elected chairman of this council. They will hold a meetin? Thursday, the 19th at 4:30 pm. Election Committee: Senator North reported on results of the recent elections. His request forvresignatiod from the conmittee was then ap~roved. ~i5 Library Council : senator Dillon reported that there is, at this tiwe, very little active student participation in Library Council, but that both the Faculty Assembly Cou~cil and the president's steer in^ Committee are becomminp active in workinp for improvements in Penfield Library. Admissions Counci&: mF~Cekhout announced a meetinp for Thursday, February 19, at 7:00 pm. in the S.A. Office. This Council will at that time begin to interview members of the Admissions Department. The meetings will be taped, and the Council will draw up a report of the interviews.

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2Registration Committee: Senator Boekhout reported that this committee has been working on a survey of registration which will be in the next issue of the Osweponian. Faculty Assembly: Representative Adler reported on the continuing debate on the New Curriculum Proposal. Biafran,Fast Committee: Senator Wodges reported that 2,371 students gave up a meal at 45$/ meal, Fivin$ a maximum total of $1,660.95 to be contr-ibuted to the Biafran Relie? Fund. $64.00 was collected at the booth downstairs. Old Business: a) Senator McCauley moved to table Bill #32. The motion was seconded and passed. b) Senator YcCauley reintroduced Bill #33 concerning a ceiling allotment of $200.00 to academic clubs. Senator Anken proposed an amendment to the bill allow in^ for ah additional fund request by academic clubs if they provide evidence of need for these funds. Treasurer Field explained that this policy will be in effect without the necessity of an amendment. Senator Anken moved to table the amendment with Bill #30. The motion was approved 14-1-0. New Business : a) Amend Apenda The agenda was amended to include as item #1 a discussion of a new Senate Meeting time. The time was temporarily set for 5:00 pm Thursdays. b) Bill #34 was introduced by Senator North. (Code of Conduct) The Bill was explained and discussed. Senator Emerson moved to amend by deleting paragraph #4, section C. The motion was seconded and carried. Senator Zimmerman moved to amend Paragraph #28 by adding Section C (see attached sheet). The amendpent was seconded and passed. The meetinp was adjourned at 7.00 pm. Respectfully Submitted, Anne C. Clement

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Student Association State University Colleee at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting February 23, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:20 p.m. The minutes were corrected: under Library Council, corrected to read "Senator Wereszvnski . b) ~kder Election Committee, sentence 2: "His request for his resignation. . C) under Old Business, section b, sentence 2, .if they provide evidence of obtaining funds from an outside source." Executive : Senator Konrath submitted a letter of resignation to which President Pelland will personally respond. The Chair requested a motion to accept the resignation. The motion was presented, seconded and accepted. Senator Darter is temporarily replacing Senator Kelly until elections are held in Seneca to seat a permanent replacerent. Supreme Court: Senator Seymour nominated Mary Treusdell for Court Clerk. The nomination was seconded and accepted. Dave Hults and Kay Guinane were nominated to two positions as Supreme Court Justices. The nominations were seconded and approved. There is still a vacant seat on the Supreme Court. Committee and Council Reports: CommiCtee on Conmittees: Budget Council has two vacant positions. hterviews for these positions will be heldnext Sunday afternoon, March 1. Inter-Dormitory Council: Representative VanDunk was elected new Chairman of I. D. C. Kathy Tuohey is the new Secretary-Treasurer I.D.C. has just provided for speakinp seats for S.A. Senate, Student Action Novement and Inter-Greek Council. I.D.C. has just formed two new committees, one for corr~unications with dorm govern,.~.,-.ts at other campuses and the other Faculty Assembly: Representative Adler reported that the 54 hour upper division course requirement in the New Curriculum Proposal was lowered to 42 hours. The Physical Education requirement was on the floor for discussion, but not yet voted upon.

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Student Affairs Council: Chairman Zimrnerman reported that Senator Retcher is the Senate's speaking representative to I.D.C. Senator Zimmeman appointed a student ~olop Bookstore Committee to investigate procedures for setting up a new book store, and to investigate the present College Bookstore. The Council also formed a new _-__ --Parking Committee to investigate the parking situation on campus. Biafran Committee: Senator Hodges reported on his last meeting with Mr. Palmer, Director of Food Service. After Mr. Palmer had assured Hodges that no workers would be laid off, the night of the Biafran Fast, and for this reason, only $.tS/student would be donated to the Biafran fund (the cost of food, only) Senator Hodges found that a significant number of student workers were laid off from work. MI. Palmer then agreed to give 1/2 of themoney saved to Biafra, and 1/2 of it back to the students who were laid off from work. The total amount of money to be sent to UNICEF now stands at $1,000.91. Academic Affairs Council: Chairman Emerson announced a meting February 24 at 4:00 ~m. senator Buehler is reestablishinn a Tutorial committee. A codttee is also being set up to investigate 8 General Studies Depree. A joint student-professor committee is forming to establish a means by which members of the college? eommunity will be informed of what texts will be required and available for courses the following semester. This Council suggested a joint meeting with Student Affairs Council. Alcoholic Beverage Committee: Senator. North reported that Hart Ball "s alcohol policy' was accepted. Registration Committee: Senator Boekhout reported that he hasnot yet prepared to present an itemized bud~et for the cost of the computer handling of the registration shey. The survey is in the last issue of the Owswgonian and has been distributed to dormitories' and in the Union. Old Business: Bill $34, Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities, was reintroduced by Senator North. The Code was further discussed *.* glnd explained. Senator North called the question. Bill #34 passed 17-0-0. New Business: The agenda was amended adding, under'New Busi'ness, part b) 24-hour room visitation. d a) Senator North introduced Bill #35, Council on Student Environment proposal. The discussion revolved around the question of student power, ie. whether or not this Council would invest what little power students have to a joint studentfaculty-adninistration body. Would not this bill give legitam. acy to the voice of people who should not make decisions regarding student affairs? Senator Adlcr moved to amend the bill by deleting sections 9 ,lo, and 11, adding a new section 9, 'three votinp members *of C.S-E. be elected by the student body at large. TBe motion was

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seconded. After much discussion, Senator Adler withdrew his amendment. Several Senators spoke in favor of Bill #35 as being a "step in the right direction" (toward a community government). Senator North moved to waive the 3-day waiting rule. The motion was seconded. The Chair called the question. The motion was carried. Bill #35 passed 10-6-1 b) 24-hour Room Visitatibn Policy. Representative VanDunk introduced Resolution #15 asking Senate to approve "in principle 1.D.c.'~ 24-hour Room Visitation Policy Outline. This would give support to the principle that students should be able to establish their own hours in their respective living areas. The question was called. Resolution 115 was passed 14-0=3. The meeting was adjourned at 7:00 p.m. Respectfully submitted Anne Clement

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting March 5, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5 : l7p.m. The minutes were corrected as follows, and approved: : 1. Under Supreme Court: delete the last sentence. (There are no vacant positions on the Supreme Court). 2. Under Biafran Committee: the total amount of money to be sent to UNICEF now stands at $1,091.85 + $65.00 collected from the booth in the Union. Executive : President Pelland made a statement informing the Senators of the situation S.A. is confronted with in regards to check funds for the Black Studies Week, sponsored by the Black Student Union. Student Association will be able to appropriate funds to Concert-Assembly which will, in turn, appropriate to the 3.S.U. Vice President Sanders announced that Senators Adsitt and Willoughby will co-Chair the Election Comrpittee. Other Senators should volunteer their time. Supreme Court: Justice George Nuffer swore in Senators Cindy Hinman and Camilla Buehler. Executive Appointment: The Chair requested approval of the appointment of Justice George Nuffer to the seat of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The appointment was approved. Also approved were the appointments of Doreen Mieczowski and Bill Molen to positions on Budget Council. Public Relations : Public Relations Manager Nancy Joyce requested that chairmen of all councils summarize this years activities and submit to her to be put in the Oswegonian. The Chair announced that President Pelland vetoed Bill #35. Committee and Council --Reports: -Tu3orial Committee: S-c?fiator Bueh: ,:ul announced that notices are . out informing students of the revivsd tutorial system. Student Affairs: Senator Zimmerman announced that the College -Bookstore and Parking Committees are continuing their investigations and will report these when completed.

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-2Registration Committee: Senator Boekhout announced that the Registration survey failed because of insufficient student response. Adnissions Council: Senator Boekhout reported that this Council, a Black Student Union representative, and the F.A. reciprocal representative met arch-3 with Miss Dorothy Mott of the Admissions Office. The meetirig was taped. Aaonp: the items that the Council recommended to Mise Mott were: 1. A supplemental admissions form sent with repular admissions materials relating to the field of creative talents, allowing for student selection on criteria other than academic. 2. Students accepted on a volunteer basis to work in the Admissions Programs with a vote in accepting and rejecting applicants Faculty Assembly: Representative Sanders announced that F.A. 2s still bogged down in discussion of the Physical Education Requirement. A vote on the New Curriculum proposal is in the near future. Old Business : The Agenda was amended--under Old Business: item c) Bill #29--Attorney General item d) Bill #30--A.S .G. Membership And under New Business: item e) Proposed Bill-0B.S.U. Request, removed new item e) Resolution #17--Mandatory Class Attendance a) Senator McCauley moved to accept Bill #32, New Club Allocations. Senator Emerson moved to amend to divide the bill into four sections. The motion died for lack of a second. The Chair called thb question and the bill passed 14-1-2. b) Senator McCauley moved to untable Bill #33, requesting its defeat. The Chair called the question. Bill #33, concerning maximum allocations of $200.00 to academic clubs was defeated 0-15-2. C) Senator Emerson reintroduced Bill 129, Attorney General. Chief Justice George Nuffer explained the role of Attorney General as a counsellor for each of the 15 courts now being set up. The bill passed 17-0-0. d) Senator North moved to untable Bill R30 on A.S.G. membership (introduced January 12). The bill was defeated 6-9-3. New Business: a) Resolution H16, 1970-1971 Budget was introduced by Senator McCauley. Treasurer Field explained the Budget, and answered questions. Senator Zimmerman moved to amend that all S.A. funds for the 1970-1971 Fiscal Year be withheld from all cduxwee offered by the State University College at Oswego. The motion was seconded and passed 16-0-1.

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Senator Zimmerman moved to amend Resolution #16 to strike International Relations Club from section 10 and nove it to Section 9. The motion was seconded. Senator Emerson moved to amend Senator Zirnmermanls amendment, placing I. R. C. in item 7, rather than 9. The question was called and the amendment was defeated 2-12-3. Senator North moved to drop the B.S.U. from item 7. There was no second, so the amendment died. Senator Zimmerman called the question on the Resolution #16. Senator North objected calling for a discussion on the B.S.U. B.S.U. meetings are not open to the general student body and, since the B. S .U. is a S .A. organization ,t 'he S .A. open--meeting policy is violated. Senator North the question on Resolution #16. The resolution passed 13-0-3. b) Senator McCauley introduced Bill #36 on Student Teacher Refunds. Senator Emerson moved to postpone debate uhtil the hext meeting. The motion was seconded and passed. C) Senator McCauley introduced bill #37, Program Fund of Student Government Budget. The Bill was seconded and tabled until next week. d) Senator McCauley introduced Bill #38, Senator Lapinski moved to delete Seciton 1 and in Section 2, parts C,D, and E. (Treasurer Field explained in some detail the new Budget, and why the Sennte Finance Committee was recommending. the changes moved by Lapinski) Senator Seymour moved to vote on thetwo parts of Lapinski's amendment separately. "L The Chair called the question and the motion was passed 10-3-0. Senator Emerson moved to waive the 3-day rule. Senator North called the question on item #1 of the amendment, which passed, 6-3-5. Senator McCauley called the question on Amendment #2, which passed 14-0-0, Senator Lapinski called the question on Bill #38. Bill 838 passed 11-1-2. The meeting adjourned at 7:40p.m. Respectfully submitted, Anne Clement Senate Secretary

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting March 12, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:17 p.m. The minutes were corrected as follows: 1. pg. 3 under Senator Emerson moved. , after "9" add the motion died for lack of a second. Executive Repoets: Vice President Sanders read a communication from the National College Association for the Conquest of Cancer. Treasurer Field asked for the approval of George Joyce to Budget Council. Motion carried no objections. Comittee and Council Reports: Alcoholic Beverage Comittee: Dorm Directors may now approve the use of alcoholic beverages in their own building. They no longer need to go through the ABC. ABC still handles dining halls, Fallbrook, and Shore Acres. Student Affairs: Senator Zimerman announced that a random questionnaire on the health services at SUCO is being prepared and will be ready in about 3 weeks. Old Business : a) Bill #36 was reintroduced by Senator McCauley. This bill concerns student teacher refunds. The chair called the question. Passed 15-0-0. b) Bill 837 concerning a Program Budget was reintroduced. This budget will probably be at least $5,000.00 next year. Chair called the question. Passed 14-0-1. New Business: The Agenda was amended as follows: 1) Senator North requested Resolution 17 become item e 2) Senator Zimmerman requested Bill re: George Nuffer as item f 3) Senator Emerson requested Resolution 17 be moved ahead of resolution 18. All changes were approved.

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a) Senctor Zimmermen moved to introduce Bill 39. This bill requests $6950 for Concert and Assembly to be used for Black Weck. Senator Emerson motioned to move into a Committee of the Whcle so that Ted Attles and Oli Cato could speak about the Bill. 3iscussion followed and it Mas mentioned that by passing the Bill. F precedent will be set of gi"ing Concert and Assembly moncy for a "major attraction Senator Emerson motioned to'move out of 2 Committee cf the Whole. Senator Emerson amended the Bill to include thr~.t--311 monies that are not used from this allocation for Concert and Assembly should be returned to the S.A. surplus fund. The chair called the question. The amendment Passed 14-0-O(hand vote). Smator Boekhout called the question. Senator McCauley objected to waive the 3-day waiting period for a money bill. Passed. The Chair called the question. The bill passed 13-0-3. b) Senator Anken introduced Resolution 17 which requests that Governor Rockefeller name the President of Student Association to a position (a one year term) on College Council. Discussion followed and it was felt that more information was needed on this question. Senator Boekhout moved to table ..the motion carried. C) Senator Adsitt introdu,ced Resolution 18 concerning election procedures. Senator Seymour moved to amend VI, 5 to 50 instead of 75 signatures. Motion was carried. Senator Hodges moved to amend V 11---Delete Greeks, V 12, increase commuters to 11. Senator North raled the amndrnent out of order because of by-law terminology which used "Greeks". Senator Zimmerman called the question. The resolution passed 13-0-2. d) Sen?-tor North introduced an amendment to the S.A. Constitution. He explained it and requested support from Dorm Councils in order to get it passed. e) Senator North introduced Resolution 19 calling for an end t to mt..ndatory ,class attendance. Discussion followed. Senator Hodge~ motioned to table. Motion carried" The meeting adjourned at 7:13 p.m. Res~ectfullv submittec QnnL wAnne Clement Senate Secretary

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Student Association State University College at Oswegb Senate 5th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeticg March 19, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. Senators Darter, Felicia, Hodges, Hagee, Owens, and Wereszynski were zbsent. There were no additions or corrections to the minutes and the minutes stood as read. Executive Reports: Vice-president Alison Sanders reintroduced the letter from the National College Association for the Conquest of Cancer. No further action on it was taken by the Senate. She also reported that she had been elected to fill the vacancy on the Faculty Assambly's Personnel Council. Treasurer David Field announced that all budpet requests had been received. The amount requested surpassed the proposed budget by $70,000.00. Hearings will be held throughout the following week on all budgets. Treasurer Field reported that the administration has apreed to pay part of the budget for campus musical organizations. This would leave the Senate only the costs of trips off campus by the nusicial groups, and 1/2 the costs of on campus concerts to subsidize. Old Business: Bill #40 was reintroduced. This was the proposal for reorganization of the present Judicial System. The Bill was passed by a vote of seventeen (17) yes, no (0) no votes, and there were no abstentions. Senator North reintroduced the constitutional ammendment which call for a deletion of Article I, Section 11, Part 3, the sentence: '! The number of Senators shall never exceed 25 nor be less than 15. The motion was passed by a vote of eighteen (18) yea, none opposed and no abstentions. Senato? North reported that letters of explanation will be distributed throughout campuse All Senators were asked to staff a polling place for the referendum on the amendment on Monday, March 23, 1970, throughout the dinner hours in all dining halls. New Business: Senator Zimnerman moved to amend the agenda with item B discussion of the Election Resolution. The motion was seconded Item A. Senator North introduced Resolution #20 and passed. the election

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1 piof Sena&&rs in Seneca Hall. Senator Anken moved to table the resolution but the motion was defeated 4-yes, 7-no. The question was then called and passed with a vote of seventeen (17) yes, 1 no, and there were no abstentions. Item 0. Senat~r Zimmerman moved that the statement i' Only offcampus Greeks will be allowed to vote for Greek Senators '; be clarified by the definition that "off Campus Greeks means those Greeks living in Greek Housing Units." The meeting was adjourned at 6:15 pm Respectfully submitted, Carole Seymour

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StBid.4~~ L"5~0ciatloii State University Callege at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session e Odth Senate Meeting April 9, 1370 Sspgtq Meeting The ~lteetinp was called to ordea at 5;15 p.m. The minutes of the Narch 19th meeting' wed read and anproved. Eyecutive Report : i 'Lfhe chair announced a Senate party April 30 at FaZlbrook. 'Contribution: $1.00. L The chair asked Senators to submit names of my istudsnts fnterested in Senior Weak PLaanabp Cami.P.tee. Election Committee hnato~ mved %o 6~uSpnd the by-lawe, Cabluwiln~ petisns *Q BQ accaptd osp 4m 4:W p.~., Ap~il 10). The motion was C, sectmded ad pam~~? 1s3-2. f\ % Senator Adler moved that all pstitimss swbmit4ad by PP: QO p.m. April 10 are valid. -6s moT5m w#s sswaded. %QJS~~W~ ZS~~9lemrranBcallsd the qutast&on. The motion was passed 18-04,

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03 9 @WOP~S Wffc~ %a 13113. I43The -tho* %saljr @s %a. The bUl w922 not be @iecwmd$ uhtg3, R~WI me$ti~&$.

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Student Assoication State UniversityCollege at Oswego Senate .. 5th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting April 16, 1970 Senate Meetinq The meeting was called to order at 5:14 p.m. Executive Reports: The Senior Week Planning Committee needs people to volunteer their time. The Chair read a letter to the Senate from the Rlack Student Union annouflcinp and describing Black Week. Treasurer s Repopt : Treasurer Field presented the com~leted hud~et for Senator's to review before next week's meeting. Committee and Council Reports: Election Committee : Senator Adsitt read the election report and moved that theelection procedures and results be approved by the Senate. A discussion followed, during which time several senators aired complaints over the manner in which elections were carried through. Senator North called the question. The motion was approved 10-1-4. Old Business: ; Bill# 43 on'the new judiciary structure was reintroduced by Chief Justice George Nuffer. Senator Zimmerrnan moved to table. The motion was seconded and carried 11-1-0. New Business: a) Bill f45Anken and North--Student Fee Refunds The bill provided for a student fee refund far all voting nembers of Senate, and the two Student representatives to Faculty Assembly at the raft of $2.00 ?>elb Senate meeting.

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Senator Emerson moved to amend by striking out "two student representatives to Faculty Assembly". The E amendment was passed 7-3-4. A lengthy discussion followed, debating whether or n ot senators should be paid. The Senate moved into a cornmithee of the Mhole to include non-speaking members in the discussion. '5 Senator Zimmerrran moved to move oht of a Comitte k of the Whole. The motion carried. Senator Seymour moved to amend the Bill, striking out parts I, I1 and I11 and including LSenators of the 5th Legislative Sesqion may request in writinp to the Student Assakiation Card. In subsquent years, elected representatives to the Senate (Senators) shall receive an S.A. card per academic semester in which they hold office. Senator Zimerman moved to refer the orginal bill back to comnittee. The motion was seconded and discussed. Senator Zimmer~an withdrew his motion with the agreement of the second. Senator Adler roved to waive the 3-day rule. The motion was seconded, and passed 9-4-0. Senator Zimmernan roved to amend the amendment to read "6 th Legislative Session': and l970-1971*'. The motion was seconded and defeated 2-9-3, Senator Adler called the question on Seymour's Amendment to Bill#45. The Amendment passed 6-1-7. Senator Seymour called the question on Bill#45. The bill passed 6-4-4. b) Bill#46-NorthResidence Hall Recreation Fund. This fund previously a temporary item on F.S.A. Budget, would be nade permanent, and transferred into S.A. Budget and pas$. out1 under Senate's jurisdiction. A discussion with members of I.D.C. followed Senator Emerson moved to table The bill. The motion -8?conded and passed 8-2-4.

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C) Bill# 47 Campus Chest Allotment. $250.00 alloted to the Sts%ns family who last their home, and nursery for their expected baby, by fire on April 15, 1970 There was a motion to,waive the 3-day rule which was carried 11-0-0. Senator Adler called the auestion. The Bill passed 13-0-0. dl Bill #48 Senator McCauley $1500 allotment to Spanish Club. The Senate moved into a committee of the whole to hear George Colon speak for the bill. Senator Adler moved to wavie the 3-day rule. The motion was carried. Senator Adler called the question. Bill #48 passed 12-0-1. el Bill #49 McCauley contracts for Student Association must be approved by the Senate. Bill held until next meeting. f) Bill #50 NcCauley Student fee raised to $35,00 Senator McCauley moved to postpone action until after the Budget is passed. The motion was seconded. The reetin~ was adjourned at 7:05 p.m. for lack of a quorum. Respectfully subhitted Annb Clenent Senate Secretary



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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Bill #1 May 5, 1969 Introduced by Paul Lukasiewicz Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University College at Ostitego: That, in addition to the sum already prescribed by the 1969 Student Government Budget, the sum of $1,000.00 be allocated for the Senior Gift. TABLED

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Student Association State University Colle~e at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Bill #2 Introduced By Senator Paul Lukasiewicz May 6, 1969 Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego: That the followinq funds he allocated for the purchase of a Student Association Vehicle: 1, Cost of vehicle $4,400.00 2, Insurance S1.000,OO 3. Yearly Unkeea $1; 500.00 Total Cost of Vehicle $6,900.00 Defeated 3y Roll Call vote: 1in1

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Student Association State University College at Osweqo Senate 5th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 13, 1969 Be it enacted that the check-cashing program established under the joint smnaorship of the Hewitt Union Board of Mnnagers and the Student Association be sponsored only by and under the name of the Student Association beginning with the Fiscal year 1959-1970. Passed by Roll Call vote: 20-0-3 Approvedt 5-14-69

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Student Association State Unj vereit*! C~lbe~e at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 13, 1969 Dill #a, an Act Intraduced by the Chair De it resolved that the Student Association Senate at the State University College at Oswego endorse the following policy regarding summer activities feesr At summer session registration, students will be assessed a] $2.00 for re-session; b) $2.00 for post-sesgion and c) $4.00 for regular session to finance the summer session activitiee program, At present, there is no budget allocation which will enable S.U.C.O. summer session8 to. have an adequate program of activities. Students will be assessed only for those sessions attended. Scheduling of events will occur in a manner which bendfits those persons attending ahy of the three sessions. Those events onen to the Oswego community-at-large will carry a nredetermined attendance fee required of non-registered participants. Special events (e.g. bus tours) may require an additional fQe from reyistered participants because of their costly nature or limited benefit to a small segment of interested students. Activity cards, color-coded for ?re, regular, or post sessions will be issued to summer students upon receipt of their registration fee. Note: The Trededing financial arrangement will anable S.U.C.B. summer sessions to have an adequate nrogram of activities. A tentative schedule of events includes four musical concerts men to the cm+>us and community: Pa~a Bue's Viking Jazzband: Francisco Esqenosa, S~anish Guitarist# and the Youngtimers mwical comnany In addition, bus tours have been suggested to locatione such as .the Canandaigua Amusement Psrk, the Utica Club Brewery, Corning Glass Works, Vernon Downs, and the Morman Pageant in Palmars. Bridge and chess lessons and tournaments could be initiated within the Union facility. Resident poets, authora, and educ3tors from campus may become involved in forums cmcerning the messing issues of our times. The traditional weekly films, watermelon and ice cream socials and campus Ticnics will he continued. Passed by Roll Call votet Approved: 5-14-69 19-1-3

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Student Association Stato University Collogc at Oswcgo Scnat e 5th Legislative Session 3rd Sonato Meeting An Act to ,amend tho Studont J.ssociation By-Laws Amend Section Fivo to road as follows: Section VB1.fomborship All Councils shall have: 4 to 8 Senate mombors. Iiitroducod by Leonard Saltman defeated by roll call vote 5-17-0

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Student Association State University Collcgc at* Oswego Senate 5th Lcgislativc Session 3rd Senate Mccting Introduced i;y Sandy IIichacls An Act to amend tho ,Ey-Laws of Counc May 13, 1969 Membership: 1. To mend Articlc I, Section 1~ by substitution. All Councils shall havc 4-12 mcmbors. 2. To amcnd by addition Article I, Section 5 part b...one Council, shall havc 2-8 Senators. 3. To amend by addition Article I Section 5 (c) Non Senate licmbors Thcre shall bo ~ctwoen 2-4 non Senate members serving on each Council. 4. To amend by doletion Article VI Section 3. passod as amcnded by roll call vote 19-2-1 Vetoedr 5-14-69

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Studont Association Statc University Collcgc at Oswcgo Scnatc 5th Lcgislativc Scssion 3rd Scnatc Picctin@ Introduccd by Lconard Saltman Nay 13, 1969 To amond Xll s:12 of thc 4th Lcgislativc Scssion in thc following manncr : Dclotc soction IIA and substitute for thc dclction thc following: 11. Appointments A. Thc Ombudsman shall scrvc as thc chairman of thc Exccutivc Public Rolations Committcc. R. The appointmcnt to this position will bc subjcct to thc Scnatc' s approval. Eill $2 thcn rcads as follows: To establish an Ombudsman Bc it cnactcd of thc Scnatc of tho Studcnt Association of thc SAzatc Univcrsity of Ncw York Collcgc at Oswcgo: I Purpose A. Ykc Ombudsman will bc thc rocal point on canrpus for complaints, questions, and criticisms. B. To incrcasc communications bctwccn organizations and individuals on thc Oswcgo campus. 11. Appointment A. Thc Ombudsman shall bo thc chairman of the Exocutivo Public Relations Committcc. 3. Thc appointmcnt to this position will bc subjcct to thc approval of thc Scnatc. 111. Powcrs and Dutics A. To dcal with and discuss and invcstigatc complaints and criticisma that arc brought to his attcntion. B. To makc availablc his/hcr phono numbcr to all organizations and individual studcnts of S ,U. C.O. passcd by roll call votc 17-1-3 Vetoed: 5-14-69

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Studcnt Lssociation Stato Univcrsity Collcgc at Oswcgo Scnatc 5th. 'Lcgislativc Scssion 3rd Scnatc 1-lccting Ilay 13, 1969 Bill ;I% Cc it cnactcd bythcscnatc of thc Studcnt Association of thc Statc Univcrsity of Now York Collcgc at Oswcgo: That thc following allocation bo madc to purchzsc a vchiclc for thc Studcnt Association; 1. Cost of 7chiclc 2. Tnsurancc 3. Ycarly Upkccp (no allocation pcnding -%00.00 approval of pctition by passcd by roll call voto 16-6 -0

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Student Association State University Cqllege at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 13, 1963 Bill #9 an Act Introduced by Doug North Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: I. That registered female guests in dormitories on weekends from without this college be extended the privilege of no curfew. 11. That the nrocedure be ss follows: A. That the guest be issued a guest card by the dorm entitling her the same curfew privileges that the residents of the dorm have. B. That the security officer admit her to the dorm when she shows the card, and that she bo required to show other iralid -roof along with the card in order to maintain security and that she be required to return the guest card when she leaves the dorm. Passed by Roll Call vote: 17-1-2 Approved: 5-149

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate Sa Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting II~Y 13, 1969 niu an Act Introduced by Senator ~orth~~ Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: That the Statement of Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages be revised as follows: That the Revised Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Bevera@ee, if accepted by the College Council, take effect September September 1, 1969. Passed by Roll Call vote: 15-0-0 Approved: 5-14-69

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legialative Session 4th Senate Meeting May 20, 1969 Bill #11 Introduced by John Anken Whereas: Student teachers do not have the direct opportunitifks or time to participate in campus activities and/or organizations and, Vhereas: Student teachers have been exenpt from paying their full Student Aswociation fee in the pas*% and, Whereas: Student teachdfs do receive some indirect benefits such as the Oswegonian and Ontdrian from the S.4. Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego: That student teachers be charged a rate of $10.00 per quarter of student teaching. Amendment: The student shall submit a written request for a refund 30 days after the start of the quarter.-anended by Kelly and Lapinski---PASSED UNANIMOUSLY Passed 21-2 Approved DWP

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting Nay 20, 1969 Bill W12 Introduced by John Anken Whereas: the recently approved S.A. vehicle has been registered with F.S.A. to be co-ordinated by the S.A. President, Vice-president and a6 Senator, and, Whereas: The S.A. Treasurer may have greater need of the S.A. vehicle in the execution of his functions, and, Whereas: The Treasurer must be responsible to both Executive and Senate divisions concerning his utilization of the car, whereas the President Pro tern answers only to the Senate. Be it enacted by the State University College at Oswepo that : The S.A. vehicle's utilization be directed by the S.A.'s 1. President 21 Vice-president 31 Treasurer Deieated 3-48-12

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting Bill 513 An Act May 13, 1970 Introduced by Sandy Michaels An Act to amend the By-Laws of Council Membership: 1. TO amend Article I, Section 4 by substitdion. All Councils shall have 4-12 members. 2. To amend by addition Article I, Seetion 5 part b...one Council, shall have 2-8 Senators. 3. To amend by addition Article I Section 5 (c) Non Senate Meaers There may be between 2-4 non Senate members serving on each council. The number of non-Senators may not exceed number of Senators on the Council. 4. To amend by deletion Article VI Section 3. 5. Must be a majority of Senators on each council. 6. The chairman-shall be a Senator. 7. 50% menibership of Council shall constitute a quorum business maybe conducted only when a quorum is present. Passed 1453 Approved D.W.P.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting Bill #14 An Act Introduced by Leonard Saltzman May 13, 1970 To amend Bill #2 of the 4th Legislatire Session in the following manner : Selete section IIA and substitute for the deletion the foling : 11. Appointments A. The Ombudsman shall serve as a member of the Executive Public Relations Committee. B. The appointment to this position will be subject to the Senate's approval. Bill #2 then reads as follows: To establish an Omb Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Associatinnof the State University of New York College at Oswego: I. Purpose A. The Ombudsman will be the focal paint on campus for complaints, questions, and criticisms. B. To increase communications between organizations am4 individuals on the Oswego campus. 11. Appointment A. The Ombudsman shall be a member of the Executive Public Relations C~mdttee. B. The appointment to this position will be subject to the approval of the Senate. 111. Powers and Suties A. To deal with and discuss and investigate complaints and cf5ticisms that are brought to his attentian. B. To make available h$,s/her phone number to all organizations and individual students of S.U.C.O. Passed 1901 Approved D.W.P.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting May 20, 1969 Bill #15 Introduced by Senator North Be it resolved of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: To amend the present Statement of Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages as follows : That Section VI under Iriplementation on page three be amended by substitution and replaced with a Section VI to raad as follows : VI. The use of alcoholic beverages at other than registered events may be appropriate in Residence Halls, whose Residence Hall Councils are hereby mandated to develop a set of regulations governing the individual use of alcohol by the members of that Residence Hall other than at registered events. These regulations shall include a provision which prohibits the serving and consumption of alcoholic beverages outside the confines of their buildings or building. Such regulations shall be subject to the approval of and placed on file with the Alcoholic Beverage Committee and shall be reviewed annually. That Jection VI of the present policy shall become Section VII of the Revised Policy. That the amended Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages, if approved by the College Council, shall take effect September 1, 1969. Note: The same rationale and results of polls used in defense of Bill #10 of the 5th Legislative Session may be used likewise in defense of this Resolution. passed by Roll Call Vote 5/20/69 17-4-l-abstention APE! 51211'' 4 d@ J David W. Pelland

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State University College Oswego, New York Revised Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages Effective September 1, 1969 IX. Rationale The main reason for the need of a revision of the Statement Of Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages, passed by the College Council in May of 1969, is that the present policy does not make possible the use of alcoholic beverages by individuals in their rooms. The use of alcobolic beverages by an individual or small group of individuals presents many fewer problems than does the use of alcohol at registered events by large groups of individuals. For instance, the serving of large quantities of beer at a jam session or beer blast involves a large number of students, certainly more than one hundred, and usually closer to three or four hundred students concentrated into a small area. Under such conditions, especially after many individuals have consumed enough alcohol to markedly effect their actions and emotions, a form of group psychology comes into play where individuals may become roudy, excessively noisy, and even destructive* Eowever, since the present policy and the conditions and restrictions set forth in the policy have effectively controlled these situations, and since responsible students have been instrumental in helping to make the policy work effectively, that part of the policy regulating the use of alcoholic beverages in public places at registered events has been virtually unchanged. It is the intent of this rationale to explain why a revision in needed where individuals or small groups of the same are concerned. It has been reiterated time and time again that the responsibility of the college community, which includes students, faculty and administration, is to present an opportunity for its members to receive a broader and fuller education in every aspect of life, including the students academic, social, and personal life. It is hoped that, in so doing, the individual will learn to accept the many responsibilities that he will be confronted with later in life. One very import qt responsibility an individual must learn to accept deals with h 1 $ use and his control of his own use of alcoholic beverages. ff he comes to accept this responsibility while a student in college, he will be a more mature individual when he graduates. It is the intent of this policy to allow the individual an opportunity to learn to accept this responsibility concerning his use of alcohol. In so doing, the policy must permit the individual to be exposed to a situation as similar as possible to the situations which will exist later in his life. By allowing him to possess and consume alcohol in his own room which is in effect his home at college, this policy would allow for a very real situation to exist. It is probably true that many will not learn to accept this responsibility. But it is also true that many, thouph perhaps not the majority, will learn to accept this responsibility; and if this happens, then the policy will have been worth while. For if

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you cannot reach everyone, you must at least try to reach as many as you can. By revising the Statement of Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages to include the opportunity for individuals to use alcohol in their rooms, we will be presenting a more effective way of "reaching them" than does now exist. Recognition of a person's individual rights must alwayq be given .andVpreserved. For this reason, special consideration must be given to common areas, such as recreation rooms, rest rooms, hallways, etc. that most residents use. The individual should be allowed to use alcohol in these areas. For instance, a pereon should be allowed to carry a can of beer with him as he walks down to a friend's room in a different part of the dormitory or to the TV room to watch television. But to allow large numbers of residents to hold a party without any form of restriction in a hallway, for instance, would be infringing upon his rights and the rights of others. To prevent such an infringement, the ABC will have to give special attention to such cases where common areas are involved. This may necessitate the advice of a Director of the Residence Hall; for the mGmbers of the committee cannot be expected to be as familiar with the detailed construction of the building. It is hoped that this part of the policy will probe quite flexible to interpretation. Other situations which may be considered are as follows: A. The difficulty involved in preventing students from using alcohol in their rooms. (A recent poll of a 10% random sample of the resident student body revealed that many if not most of the residents have now or have had at one time alcohol in their rooms.) B. Free access to alcohol may actually take some of the novelty out of drinking, thus making it of less importance to the college student. C. The revised policy could be effectively incorporated into the student's initial exposure to college life by means of the Resident Assistant and Orientation Programs. D. Because of existing policies of room inspection, reimbursement for damages incurred as a result of drunken behavior could hardly be neglected. Also, since only small groups of individuals would be involved, never more than ten or fifteen people together in one room, it is anticipated that damage to property would nat become a greater problem than it is now. E, Existing situations would not greatly change since we have experienced the presence of drunKGn behavior by individuals in the residence halls before, especially after coming back from one of the more popular bars on weekends. Again, it seems appropraite and certain that the educational and developmental possibilities involved in exposing an individual to a more realistic situation concerning the use of alcoholic beverages are of a greater importance in developing an individual's

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capability of accepting responsibility than are the possibilities of certain less significant adverse effects which would also exist in a real life situation anyway-. It is quite possible that the total experience, involving both good and bad possibilities and results, would be of an extremely valuable nature in educating the individual in the acceptance of responsibility. Here, as well as in many other aspects of college life, the old maxim which says: ''We learn from our mistakesi', contains a great deal of truth.



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Student Association state University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting Bill # 16 May 27, 1969 WHEREAS: The Student Education Association (SEANYS) has appealed its allocation for the 1969-1970 Fiscal year, and WHEREAS: The Budget Council and a SEAPJYS representative have met and, WHEREAS: The Budget Council has approved an additional allotment for the Student Education Association. Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University at Oswego that the Student Education Association be alloted an additional $337.50 for the 1969-1970 Fiscal year. tabled 5/27/69 reintroduced and passed 18-0-0 2/9/70 Approved 2/10/70 David W. Pelland

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Student Association State UniverBity of New York College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting Bill #17 Introduced by Paul Lukasiewicz September 29, 1969 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswepo: That, commencing with the Spring 1970 semester, all curfews imposed upon students be abolished. That, from this time foreward, parental permission not be required for students at this institution (to come and go as they please in regard to their residence area.) That the College Council be notified of thts Act, by the President of the Student Association at his earliest convenience. tabled 9/29/69 untabled and voted on December 8, 1969 passed 21-3-0 -2 ya+.<-Q David W. Pelland

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Student Association State University of New York College at Oswego th Legislative Session th Senate Meeting i' Introduced by Doug Hodges October 2, 1969 Bill 18 AN ACT Funds are needed by the Oswego Peace Coalition to carry out plans for the October 15th Moratorium. Money for paper, poster-board, writing materials, radio announcements, and advertisements in campus and community Newspapers, etc. is needed. Be it enacted that the S.A. Senate allot $200.00 to the Coalition for use in carrying out its plans for the Moratorium. Passed 19 YE8 1 NO Oct. 2, 1969

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Student Association State University of Xe-,; Ycrk College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting Bill 19 Presented by the Election Committee AN ACT Octcber 2, 1969 The Election Committee would like to ask the Senate to ratify the following election procedures. PEBITIONS: Petitions will be available October 13 Petitions must be returned by Oc20be~ 17 The treee Senate petitions require 35 signatures Faculty Assembly petitions requie~ 75 signatures Student Faculty Association petitions require 50sign. Cojlmittee on Student Conduct require 50 Signatures Student Appeals Board petitions require 50 signatures. 'RE JUIKEMENTS : All offices except Student Appeals Board may be sought by anyone who.is a Sophomore or above To seek Student Appeals Board position you must be a Junior or above. A 2.0 Cumulative index is required for all offices OFFICES OPEN: 3 Senators: Cayuga Scales Funnelle 1 Faculty Assembly Rep: The two runners-up will be alternates 3 Faculty Student Association positions: 1 Sophomore 1 Junior 1 Senior 6 Committee on Student Conduct positions: 2 Sophomores 2 Juniors 2 Seniors 4 Student Appeals Board positions: 4 from Junior and Senior classes

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ELECTIONS: The electfcrs will be held on Gctobe? 21. This will allow 4 days for campaigning. Canpaigninp will be allowed during the days that the petitions are out. The elections will he held in each dorv at the main desk. The dorm eovernment of each dorm will run the elections in th~ir dorm. Commuters will vote inf the Union. The elections will start at 9:00 am and last until 7.30 pm. The EBection Committee will count the ballots that evening and make the results known that ni,yht if at all possible. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY 10/2

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Student Association Slate University of New York College at Oswego 5th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting October 20, 1969 An Act To establish a procedure for, and define resvonsihilities pertaining to, the implementation of a Student Association Check Cashimg Service. IProcedures: A. Checks shall be cashed by Frewitt 1Jnion. desk attendants dur.i.ng 11uur.s sct up by the Student as so cia ti or^ Treasurer. B. Cash-ups shall be done bv qualified students, that is, students previously trained in cashing-up procedures. C. Checks will be returned to the bank to exchanpe them for cash via a security police car, in which will be at least one security officer and the treasurer, assistant treasurer, or the business manager of the student government. D. Checks will be cashed at the main information desk of Hevitt Union. 11. Responsibilities: It is the responsibility of the Student Association to provide the capital for the check-cashin3 fund. It is the res~onsibility of the Student Association to. 1. Provide funds for payment of cash-up Personnel. 2. Pay the cost of Ronding people handling this money (i.e. secretaries, Business Mana~er, and cash-UD personnel.) 3. Attempt to regain any lost monies from the check cashin fund due to theft, negliqence, or insufficient backing for checks. Hewitt Union takes no responsibility whatsoever for the monies or materials (other than Union owned materials) used by members of the Union staff while Serforminp the operations of this check-cashing service. This is to say that Hewitt Union Directors, Assistant Directors, and Student Directors are in no way responsible for money used in exchange for checks while it is in the desk attendant's possession. The desk attendant will, however, si~n a receipt for each and every cashbox he uses. siyning for one (1) cashbox and contents, and nothing more.

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D. Individuals handling check-cashing fund monies, i.e., peo~le cashing-up and desk attendants to cash checks, are in no way responsible for the monies which they are handling, except in cases of proven theft. PASSPD Ub?AMIMOUSLY 10/20/69 Passed David W, Pelland October 21, 1969

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative session ltth Meeting October 20, 1969 Bill f21 Introduced by Senate Finance Committee Whereas: students participatine in the new Study-Abroad Program are completely cut-off from campus, and Whereas: these students must pay a Student Body Fee at the foreign University they do attend, Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswepo: That Oswego State students participating in an aboroved Study-Abroad Program be exempt from paying the Student Body Fee for the semesters for which they are studying abroad. Passed Unanimously 10/20/69 Passed David W. Pelland October 21, 1969

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session l&h Senate Meeting November 3, 1969 Introduced by Senator Johnson Bill #22 Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the State university College at Oswego that $405.00 be alloted from surplus to sponsor an educational project on Learning Disabilities, under direction of SEANYS. The cost breakdown of this project is: + Passed 19-0-2' 1 + W, November 10, 1969 t4 t $275.00 Film 30.00 Publicity 100.00 Mileage Approved 11/11/69 David W. Pelland

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Student Asgociation State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting November 10, 1969 BilJ. 23 Introduced by Douglas North 4 An Act Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University af New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, New York: That Section IIA of the Statemerit of Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages passed by the College Council in September of 1968 and amended by the College Council in September of 1969 be amended by deletion. That Section IIC of The Statement of Policy on the Use of Alcholic Beverages passed by the College Council in September of 1968 and amended by the College Council in September of 1969 be amended to read as follows: IIc. Any other areas not listed in I above, and not mentioned in V and VI below. NOTE: The purpose of this Bill is to correct a contradiction that exists because of the amendment of last September in the Statement of Policy on the Use of Alcoholic Beverages. Reintroduced 11/17/69 Passed 18-0-2 Approved David W. Pelland n e

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting December 8, 1969 Bill #24 introduced by Senate Finance Committee, Senator Johnson AN ACT Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York C~llege at Oswego: That #300.00 be alloted from surplus to establish a new account (#61) in the name of Student Action Movement. introduced 12/8/69 passed 12/8/69 23-0-1 V David W. Pelland 12/9/69

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 17th ?Senate Meeting introduced by Senate Be it enacted of the the State University That $150.00 be December 8, 1969 Bill 625 Finance Committee AN ACT Senate of the Student Association of of New York College at Oswego: alloted from surplus to send three representatives to Albany for a University-wide conference on intercollegiate athletics to be held December 10;11, and 13. introduced 12/ 8/69 passed 23-0-0 Approved David W. Pelland 12/9/69

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting December 8, 1969 Bill #26 introduced by Nancy McCauley AN ACT Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: that $744.78 be alloted from surplus to the account of the Oswegonian. This is to pay a past bill presented by Alan Isaacson for his services as editor of the Oswegonian during 19671968. The breakdown is as follows: S.A. allotment Amount cut 2/13/68 Total allotment Advertizinp income according to Oswegonian checkbook between 12/1/67 and 8/8/68 $ 4,464.21 Income from advertizing according to S.A. books for 9/18/67-5/14/68 449.39 Total income 1967-1968 $ 17,395.62 5% of total income amount taken amount left unpaid introduced 12/ 8/69 passed 12/8/69 20-03 Approved A

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting Bill 827 Introduced by Senator Michaels AN ACT December 8, 1969 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, New York : That the Senate approve and accept the following chaperone policy as proposed by the joint Faculty and Student Affairs Councils. introduced 12/8/69 reintroduced and passed 12/15/69 Roll Call Vote 21-0-0 David W. Pelland

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STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Oswego, New Yark The Student Affairs Council of the Faculty Assembly was formally organized on October 29, 1969. AS its first order of business it took under consideration the proposed Student Or anization Activ-e--, ities Handbook, a copy of which is at*While the andbook -tailed and does resent in one document the administrative requirements necessafi for an organization to conduct an activity, it does in effect, contravene the Regulations for Social Affairs Sponsored by Organizations of the College found on pages 25 and 26 of the 1969-1970 Faculty Handbook. -Briefly stated the regulations require faculty or adhinistration chaperones for all social activities. It is the feeling of this Council that any policy governing student activities should be established in a direct and positive manner after a thorough consideration of the educational effect and implications of the policy. The administrative requirements and guidelines or handbook should be an implementation of the stated policy. It was agreed that the pidelines stated in the handbook should be reviewed after a consideration of the desirability and feasibility of the present chaperone policy. One aspect of the discussion focused on the responsibility, both moral and legal, of the college to maintain a chaperone policy. Since there are no qualified lawyers on the Council, it was agreed that this aspect would not be discussed, but once the educative and moral responsibility had been clarified, a legal opinion on a "no chaperone" policy would be requested from University Counsel. The Student Affairs Council has accepted the following principles and the statement indicating the manner in which they will be applied. Philosophic Principles The major responsibility for student activities should be vested in the students. This Council believes that the closed circle philosophy that denies student responsibility on the basis of immaturity and lack of experience while simultaneously protecting them fnom those necessary experiences that would remove these objections is neither good logic nor good education. Each student has the right to expect an opportunity to assume the responsibility of an adult in our culture. Guidance in the assumntion of responsibility should be sought by the student rather than directed from faculty or administration. In an age of instantaneous electronic information, when the formal education of the classroom plays at best a poor second in the information transmission business to the electronic media, to deny to students the right to those (extra curricular? educative

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experiences that come from taking responsibility seems to be the epitome of reified thinking and denial of present realities. The media'have for better or worse, torn down the barriers that in the past allowed teachers and administrators to act as if they had the answers to life's problems; that they "knew what was best. Today, the entire college community knows what the best of teachers and administrators have always known--that while they may optimally be able to guide students to ask the relevant questions-they do not have all the answers. The teacher has always spent more time questioning answers than answering questions. In today's electronic world, the teacher with all the answers is an anachronism. The following are specific applications of the principle stated above : 1 The present system of "chaperonage" is unnecessar cationally restrictive and a manifestation T-Ti?Y9 o a p 1 osophy eduof student activity predicated upon distrust and the assumption of a singularly unwarranted paternalism that has no place in an insti/ tutio~ of higher education. \ The responsibility for student activities shall be borne by the students, that is, by the s~onsoring organization. i' -* ----A i 3. The college shall deal with student requests for the use of its facilities and buildings in a manner generally consistent with normal adult practice, i.e., by negotiation with the responsible manager of said building or facility. This necessitates that each college building have a "responsible manager", so designated, with whom interested ~arties may negotiate. 4. The above policy (3) is that of decentralized Peeponsibility on the part of the college. It suggests that student usage of buildings or facilities on campus will be based upon~successful negotiation with the management. It will also be construed as covering the student usage of off-campus facilities. 5. Implementation of the above policy in no manner implies the college "sanction" of any student activity. p-.. COMMENT i It should be clear that any activity sponsored by a recognized student orpanization falls under the purview of the above. becognized State University of New York at Oswego orpanizat ons are as follows: i/ k = . Student Association and its constituted councils and commit* ees ; i' 2. Student organizations recognized by the Student Association J (e.g., various clubs and organizations who have had their constitutions approved by the Student Association); i I

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3. Student organizations who ator of Student Activities; 1 4. Other student groups that Dean of Students;" -3have registered may receive the with the Coordinrecognition of the HOW TO BECOME A RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATION Recognition Procedures: n 1.. Groups that wish to seek the recognition. of the Student Asso\ ciation (for budget allocations, etc.) must have constitutional j approval through the established procedures of the Student Assoc' tion located in Room 218, Hewitt Union; telephone 341-3602. 2. Groups may also receive recognition by presenting a list of officers and faculty advisor(s1 upon organization or at the beginning of each senyster to the Coordinator of Student Activities, Main Office Complex, Hewitt Union; telephone 341-2301. 3. Through written application to the Dean of Students, Room 711, Culkin Hall; telephone 341-3214, groups may also become recognized organizations. WHERE AS the Council recognizes the interest and maturity of college students with regard to social activities: AND WHERE AS a college education is several years of total experience in a total living environment; AND WHERE AS this Council believes that a policy based upon student responsibility for student activities coupled with a decentralized "local manager" concept, is consistent with its stated principles: *College Administrative Council Policy, adopted January 5, 1967. Part 4, Section B, items 1,2,3,4. BE IT RESOLVED that the section titled Regulations for Social Affairs Sponsored by Organizations of the College found on pages 25 and 26 of the 1969-70 Faculty Handbook be voided; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that procedures governing student activities in accordance with the application of principles stated in this brief be iy~lzrnen ted. Approved: Student Affairs Council December 3, 1969

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r : a* i The Student Affairs Council his Accepted the following principles ts nd the statement indicating the manner in which they pill be Epplied. 1 Philosophic Principles '4 1 The major responsibility for student activities should be vested in the students. This Council believes that the closed circle philosophy that denies student responsibility on the basis of e* immaturity and lack of experience while simultaneously protecting $ them fmm those necessary experiences that would remove these t objections is neither ~ood lopic noy good educstion. Each student has the right to expect an spportunity to assume the rpsponsibil_.-= I (. ity of an adult in our culture, Guidance in the assumntion of P I\ responsibility.should be sought by the student rather than direct:* ed from faculty or administration. In an age of instantaneous electronic information, when the formal education of the classroom plays at best a poor second in the information transmission business to the electronic media-, to deny to students the rie;ht to those (exWa curricu1ar:c educative I I

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ally consistent ion with the responThis necessitates ognized State University of New York at Opwe~o orpapizations Student Association and its constituted councils and committees ; I ,f 2. Student orpanizations recognized by the Student Association it b (e.g., various clubs and orpanizations who have had their constitutions approved by the Student Association): 't J

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I. -3. Student or~anizations who have registered with th tor of Student Activities; 4. Other student groups that may recei Dean of Students;" HOW TO BECOME A RECOGNIZED STIJDFMT ORGAM eco~nition Procedures: oups that wish to seek the recoEn iation (for budget allocations, etc.) a1 throuch the established proced iation located in Room 210, Hevitt Union: telephone 341-3602. 'I k? 2. Groups may also receive recognition by presenting a list of officers and faculty advisor(s1 upon organization or at the bepin* 9 ninp of each sewester to the Coordinator of Student Activities, i r) Main Office Complex, Hewitt Union: telephone 341-2301. .# 3. Through written application to the Dean of Students, Room 711, Culkin Hall; telephone 341-3214, proups may also become recopniz* ed organizations. Fc WHERE AS the Council recognizes the interest and maturity of I f college students with regard to social activities. i r AND WHERE AS a colle~e education is several years of total ex; perience in a total living environment; a '2 .> AND WHERE AS this council believes that a policy based upon stu$ dent responsibility for student activities coupled with a decent4 ralized "local mana~er" concept, is consistent with its stated principles: i, s *Colle~e Administrative Council Policy, adopted January 5, 1967. Part 4, Section B, items 1,2,3,4. 9 -+ I P BE IT RESOLVED that the section titled Repulations for Social Affairs Sponsored by Orpanizations of the Colle~e found on napes : C 25 and 26 of the 19C9-70 Faculty Handbook be voided; -C? AND BE IT FURTIER RESOLjVED that procedures governing-student t'c activities in accordance with the avplication of principles stated in this brief be i7nlmented. t P*' '1:. Approved Student Affg5rs Counci 1 December 3, 1969 b h J ,. 7L i, rC

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Student Association State University College At Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting December 8, 1969 Bill #28 Introduced by the Academlc Affairs Council John Emerson Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York VCollege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego: That a new curriculum be established for the following degrees: 1. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Arts and Sciences and Elementary and Secondary Education. 2. The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Arts and Sciences 3. The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Elementary Education 4. The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Secondary Education according to the stipulations in the attached document. Amendment by Senators North and Adler (12/15/69) Part #9 page 3 change 54 to 42 hours. Part #10 page 4,s chanpe 54 to 42 hours. passed TABLED 12/15/69 Approved <.-. David W. Pelland 3/11/70

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?. $, 'r r L!(; The most striking featbre of this proposal is the absence of specif i ;*. di f' required courses in the Basic Program. This is consistent with the phi1 5 $) that students have a freer hand in shaping their own college careers and I personal responsibility in meeting their general academic needs. The abs ?>; b specifically required courses has the following advantages: Ca i 1. The entire advisement concept ir more meaningful when a larger choic of courses becomes available to the student, 2. Departnents will be able to offer more flexible course selections. 3. Free election of courses will stimulate a stronger motivation for learning. 4. Staff members will enjoy a greater variety of teaching opportunities and a wider range of experiences can be made available to students. Essentially, an upgrading of quality in course offerings, keener interest on the part of both faculty and students, greater flexibility in course offerings, and a far greater capability to compete for well-qualified personnel, should appeal to the entire academic community. The Council recognizes potential scheduling problems when the changeover occurs, We note, for example, that the English department has detailed a study program for the next six months to develop alternative solutions to the contingencies that may arise. It should alaa be noted that enrollment increaser up to 1975 should offset in part difficulties which may be encountered initially, providing a base for data collection attesting to future staffing needs. The four curriculum revisions in this proposal are presented on the follawiqg 3 pages. These are: 5 ?* d Academic Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree for students enrolled A in the Division of Arts and Sciences, and Elementary and Secondary Education. .d ~ Academic Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree for students -F enrolled in the Division of Arts and Sciences, w' *, II Academic Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary ,3 Education. Academic Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Squrrddary Educat ion. For ident if icat ion, this proposa 1 from the Academic Po 1 ic ies Oounc il is dated December 5, 1969, =

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(2) A minimum of 12 semester hours of human$tiee to be eelected from at le ,,T two of the following disciplines: 1 /j :&.+ Art Ladguage Ph ilosophy 4 English Mus ic Speech 6 Theatre s (3) A minimum of 12 semester hours of social and behavioral sciencea to be L eelected from at least two of the following disciplines: 3 Anthrop~logy Psychology Economics Sociology 4 Geography His tory I, Political Science r/ (4) A minimum of 12 semester hours in the natural, physical, mathematical, and computer sodences to be selected from at least @wo of the following / d i dieciplines: e Biology Computer Science Mathemat ice J Chemistry Earth Science Phys ice i (5) A minimum of 3 semester hours to be selected from performance and/or b activity courses. a (6) A minimum of 90 semester hours in arts and sciences courses. (7) Major field requirements: 30-36 semester hours. (8) Cognate requirements for the major field as specified by the major department.' I 1 i (9) All students are required to complete a minimum of 54 semester hours of credit in upper division courses in order to be eligible for the baccalaureate 1 degr eeu::, i (3 *j (10) A maximum of 44 semester hours in a single department shall be accepted $ for credit toward the B.A. degree, C *Subject approval of the Assembly. bi The Bachelor of Arts Degree is available to students in the Arts and Sciences Division Curricula, to students in the Elementary Education curriculum, and i to students in the Secondary Education curriculum.

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for semestar hourc nf credit. (2) A minimum of 9 semester hours of humanif ies to be selected from at least two of the following discipli~es: Art Language Philosophy English Mus ic Speech & Theatre (3) A minimun of 9 semester hours of social and behav$oral sdiences to be selected from at least two of the following disciplines: Anthropology Psychology Economics Sociology Geography His tory Political Science (4) A minimum of 9 semester hours in the natural, mathematical, and computer sciences to be selected from at least wo of the following disciplines: Biology Computer Science Mathematics Chemistry Earth Science Phys ic s (5) A minimum of 3 semester hours to be selected from performance and/or activity courses. (6) A minfmum of 90 semester hours in arts and science courses. (7) Major field requirements: 36-48 semester hours. (8) Cognate requirements for the major field as specified by the major department.* (9) Departments offering a B.S. must also offer a B.A. option to students. (10) All students are requirad to complete a minimum of 54 semester hour8 of .::hi credit in upper division courses in order to be eligible for the baccalaureate degree. (11) A maximum of 62 semester hours in a single department shall be accepted for credit toward the B.S. degree.

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"4 6 -5a, r. (" STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ti ,4 .;.. OSWEGO, NEW YORK -, > b December 5, 1969 -+ < P Lcademic Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education, 0, i f ; 2 (1) A minimum of 120 semester hours of credit, ) L 7 *a (2) A minimum of 12 semester hours of humanities to be selected from at least I two of the following disciplines: u Art Mus ic i English Philosophy $ -9 Language Speech & Thestre 9 (3) A minimum of 12 semester hours of sociql and behavioral sciences to be selected from at least two of the following disciplines: 4 i Anthropology Geography Sociology Economics Political Science History Psychology r; (4) A minimum of 12 semester hours in the net ural, mathematical, aqd computer sdiences to be selected from at least two of the following disciplines: La 4 Biology I Earth Science A Chemistry Ma thema t ics Computer Science Phys ics i (5) A minimum of 3 semester hours to be $elected from performance and/or activity courses. (6) A minimum of 75 semester hours of arts and sciences courses. (7) Professional eddcation requirements: 31 semester hours. (8) An academic concentration: 24 semester hours. (9) Cognate requirements for the major field as epecified by the major department .* (10) All students are required to complete a minimum of 54 semester hours of credit in upper division courses in order to be eligible far the baccalaureate degree. (11) A maximum of 62 semester hours in a single department shall be accepted for credit toward the B 3. degree. XSubject to approval of the Assembly.

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0 i & be -6* + -r STATE UNIVERS ITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW MRK ti, December 5, 1969 1*, 6 %r Academic Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education. 1, i ; (1) A minimum of 120 semester hours of credit. v (2) A minimum of 12 semester hours of humanities to be selected from at leeat Btwo of the following disciplines : 7 Art Mus ic 5 Eng 1 ieh Langmge Philosophy Speech & Theatre t 6 (3) A minimum of 12 semester hours of social and3behavioral science8 to be selected from at least two of the following disciplines: t4 4, Anthropology Geography S oc io logy Economics L Political Science His tory q Psychology (4) A minimum of 12 semester hours in the natural, matheinatlcal, and computer &, i sciences to be selected from at least two of the following disciplines: Biology Earth Sc ience f' Chemistry Mathemat ice Computer Science Phys ics i, (5) A minimum of 3 semester hours to be selected from performance and/or activity courses. h 9 (6) A minimum of 75 semester hours of arts and sciences courses. I Y (7) Professional education requirements : 17 semester hours (19 for Secondary _" l"' Engliehj .I : 44 i (8) A concentration in an area of certification: 25-42 semester hpurs. P 'P(9) Cognate requirements for concentrations ae specified by the acsdemic 1 departments* I 1% -, (10) All students are required to complete a minimum of 54 semester hours of credit in upper divis ion courses in order to be eligible for the 4 baccalaureate degree. i (11) A maximum of 62 semester hours in a single department shell be accepted it for credit toward the B.S. degree. r; .. :: *Subject to approval of the Assembly. t % t P i i g f c

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-7The Council spent sonsiderable time comparing this proposal with three I SUNY Guide Lines for the Colleges of Arts and Sciences; Undergraduate Programs ; Draft : 23 November 1965. SUNY Curricular Guide Lines for Colleges of Arts and Sciences; Programs of Teacher Education; Draft: 23 November 1965. I Certification Requirements for the State of New York, Date: 1 October 1968. e Council submits the following juetifications in support of the proposal. T (A) One hundred twenty (120) semester hours ie a minimum Univere ity etandard (B) The minimum requirements stated in items (21, (3), and (4) of this 7 proposal conform to the Guide Lines and Certification Requirements referred to above. A certain degree of breadth of knowledge is assured since a student-must take a minimum of 12 semester hours (9 semester hours in the arts and sciences B,S,.) in each of three categories. (C) Item (5) in the propoeal was added by the Council. '$ '9 The original question concerning the physical education requirement came unresolved from the Steering Committee to the Academic Policies Council. u Preliminary discussions by the Steering Committee and later by the Council f with representatives of the Physical Education Departments resulted in two diametrically opposite pesitions, with apparently no compromise in sight. 5 On the one hand -it was argued that physical education should be required /because (a) this college must contribute to the physiological well-being of its students, (b) many high schools are not doing an adequate job in physical education, and (6) it is unlikely that many students will elect P physical education if it is not required--one reason being that physical education offerings are not included in any of the three major sub'I b, divisions of the arts and sciences offerings. On the other hand -it was argued that physical education should not be required because doing 80 %& would constitute a glaring inconsistency with the basic philosophy of the 9 proposed new curriculum, i;e. giving the scudent (with advisement) as much leeway as possible in choosing the courses which best suit him as an F individual. Why should one particular course, or x hours in one particular department be required for graduation, when this is pot the 9 -case for any other course or department in the college? F
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-8bear the responsibility for offering relevant and substantive courses Such courses may well find themselves among the most popular electives. The Council however, recognizes the d ilemrna of the Physical Education Departments on this campus: (a) a major program does not exist; (b) physical education courses are not included in any of the three major sub-divisions of the arts and sciences of ferings ; and (c) a majority of the current physical education activity courses carry only 1/2 semester hour credit. Theref ore, the Council recognizes the disadvantage imposed on physical education electives when placed in competition with those of other departments. In light of this dilemrrg, the Academic Policies Council proposes the inclusion of a fourth area into the general requirements (item (5) in the proposal). This area is intended to encourage students to (a) initiate interest or (b) further existing competency in individual or gropp expression not readily available within the limits of the classroom or lecture hall. The Council expects that such courses will originate in the areas of physical education, art, mus ic and drama. Departments interested in offering such opportunities will submit their proposals to the Academic Policies Council for review and recornendations to the Faculty Assembly. The Council further recommends that current physical education courses that carry 1/2 semester hours credit be increased to one semester hour of credit. This change will enable physical education activity courses to I I compete" equally, 0m.a credit hour basis, with other courses3 in the performance area. Physical edwation activity courses carrying 2 and 3 hours of credit would als~ be welcome in this area. In short, the Academic Policies Council recognizes the obligation of this college to make available relevant and substantive courses in physical education, but it does not recognize an obligation to require them. Should the ''performance and/or activity course" requirement not be satisfact~ry 50 the Chancellor of the University in accordancd with the decision of the State University Board of Trustees on 9 November, 1967. then the Faculty must inquire of the Chancellor as to an acceptable requirement, All policy statements on this point are entirely tqo vague, at times contradictory and invariably a few years old. Item (6) in the proposal contains the minimum arts and acience requirements. The minimum of 90 semester hours in arts and sciences conforms with the Guide Lines for the Bachelor of Arts Degree. The minimum of 90 semester hours in arts and sciences was maintained in the arts and sciences Bachelor of Science degree since this is no less an arts and science program than the Bachelor of Arts program. The art8 and bciences Bachelor of Science program then allows for greater concentration in a major. The tyo proc fessional df5gree programs, included in the proposal, each require a minimum of 75 semester hours in arts and sciences in conformity with the Guide Lines. Major field requirements (the Rofeseional Education requirement in each of the professional degree ~rograms) are stated under item (7) in the proposal. S ince the amount of required cour sework varies somewhat, depending on the major, a range is provided in the two arts and sciences programs. As was noted above, the arts and sciences Bachelor of Science degree provides for a greater concentration in a major field. The Guide Lines suggest a minimum of 30 semester hours, 6 hours of which are at the most advanced undergraduate level, for arts and sciences programs.

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suggest that pr u~gested for all secondary program the two professional propam in keg earlier that major program would no e two profesa ional certification und sub ject matter specialization for o secondary level 36 bsmester hours semester hour range should adequat W '& *$! (GI Cognate requirements are lieted under item (8) in the arts and sciences C I '* B.A. and B.S. degree programs and under item (9) in the two professional -% degree programs. Should the proposal ba kpproved, all department6 would I*:' :, be asked to review their cognate requirements and present any changer to the Academic Policies Council sb~:.eubmiasion to the Assembly, The Council has added the definition that s cognate requirement be (a) a prerequisite to a major field requirement or (b) specifically related to the major discipline. Further it is understood by the Council that cognate require* menta (as well aa major requiremento) may be applied toward the minimms hour6 required in humanities, social and behavgoraf sciences, etc. Hent ion must be made at this point regarding the foreign laql~~ge requirement. The Council encountered difficulty Ln determining Fhe University's position in this regard. Variation in this requirement exists both within the University and among a variety of liberal arts colleges, The Council's understanding of the matter, at this point, is that a foreign language requirement for all arts and sciences degree programs is preferred by the University. However, the ~ouncil's position is that any foreign lan~uage requirement should not be included in the basic program, but rather as a requirement should more properly be justified by individual departments to strengthen an3 enhance individual programs (H) Item (9) in the B.A. proposal (Item (10) in the three B.S. proposals) was added by the Council and is consistent with its reports to the Assembly dated January 1, 1969 and November 24, 1963 regarding course numbering. Although the four-year learning process is continual, there is customarily a separation of undergraduates into two categories; the upper and lower divisions The separation is primer ily one of organizational convenience and plays a substantial role in the organization of higher education within the State University of New Yorlc. The lower division, the first two years, is theprovince of community colleges and technical institutes besides being the first half of a Bachelor's degree dt a four-year college. (a) Lower divis ion courses are numbered from 1-99 and are designed to be taken primarily by frashmen and sophomores. Lower division courses are designed primarily to provide studenks the opportunity to (1) sample many fields of knowledge, (2) acquire prerequisite knowledge and skills for courses in other areas, and (3) acquSre basic knowledge and skills in the academic field of epecialization. puring their freshmen and sophomore years, therefore, students became acquaipted with the basic knowledge and skills of their chosen major field and pave the opportunity to determine where their personal interests and abitit ies lie.

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upper-divis ion courses dur ing their junior and genior yeare. I ; 2 (1) The Council also recommends that 62 semester hours in any department be the 'i ; maximum number of hours allowable for credit tmrd any Bachelor of Science I ,,. degree. The maacknum numberof hour8 in any one department which may be counted toward the Bachelor of Arta dea~sa ~$11 be 44. These maximum8 are Z see so that students will be exposed totweair af knowLedge other than those In which chair degree will be awarded. An arts and aciencee education implies not enly a depth of understanding in a partiuular dCsclpline, but I also assyres that the student be able to understand and be knowledgeable % i in sevexgl ielde o endeavor. $c, Finally, the Council believes that the "~netructuxed" Curriculum proposal (submitted by the Steering Commit tee) needs further study and theref ore will ot be presented at this time, Similarly the proposal to include "Heglth c ience" under social and behavioral sciences will be studied further The Council theref ore moves that theproposed curriculum revis ions, embodied in this document, be approved by the Faculty Assembly. It further moves'sfhat they become effective immediately upon not if icat ion of approval by Ceptral Off ice.

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Student Association State University of New York Senate 5th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting Bill #29 December 15, 1969 Introduced by Senator Emerson Be it rnacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Scienccs at Oswego: That the office of Attorney General shall become a part of the Judicial Branch of the Student Associa.tion. That, he shall be appointed by the President of the Student Association, and his term of office shall exist for only one full school year. That, the Attorney General will act as an advisor to.the Executive Branch, and an advocate in the Supreme Court. Thzt he will have charge of the institution and conduct of the pleas of Student Association and the litigation which is necessary to establish the rights of the Student Association and maintain the Student Association Constitution. That, in cese of vacancy during the Attorney General's regular term of office, the position will be served out for the duration of the term by an appointment by the President of the Student Association. introduced 12/15/69 reintroducsd and passed 3-5-70 17-0-0

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Student Association State University College Senate 5th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting Rill #30 Introduced by Senator North AN ACT -January i2, 1970 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, New York: That should this Bill be passed by this Senate by 2/3 of all its voting members, the Constitution of the Association of Student Governments of the United States of America shall be considered for all intents and purposes to have been adopted by the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Osweqo, New York. That 3100.00 be alloted from the Student Government Budpet under National Dues in the catepory of Miscellaneous (Section I11 A.) in order to meet the financial obligations of membership in ASG. That this Bill, should it be sivned by the Pr~sident, be sent along with a tally of the vote to the Executive Council of ASG, along with an accompanying letter from the President of the Student Association, notifying said Executive Council of our desire to be included in the voting membership of ASG. introduced 1/12/70 reintroduced E defeated 3/5/70 6-9-3 ?, I Ci i. a-.. .-A w ?( (, ec .: -'-, David W. Pelland



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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session January 12,1970 Bill 31 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego: That the Senate approve the following budget request for the French Club for 1969-1970: Organization : French Club Total Request 69-70 $350.00 Faculty Advisors : Martine Phillippe Michelle Olivier. Dr. Smernoff number of active members: 20 ITEM REQUESTED AMOUNT OFFICE SUPPLIES 1. postage 2. posterboard 3. dittos, paper Educational projects 1. films 2. lecturers Entertainment 1. annual tea passed 17-0-1 approved A

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 20tSenate Meeting February 9, 1970 Bill l32 Introduced by Senate Finance Committee--Senator PlCCauley Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego that: The following funds be alloted from SURPLUS: 1. Writers Club $300.00 2. Ballet Club; 300.00 3. International Student Assoc. 300.00 4. Italian Club 274.00 Introduced 2/9/70 XY i?e~~ C'AU Uwe -3kWd 2/16/70 David W. Pelland 3/16/?0

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Student Associztion State University College at Oswepo Senate 5th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting Bill #33 February 9, 1970 Introduced by Senate Finmce Committee Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego that: All organizations shall have the option of appealing to any other source for funding of special projects. 1) Student Association Lecture Series. Money available to sponsor activities of campus-wide appeal. Applications for funds must bz made to the Student Association President. 2) Hewitt Union Board of Managers may be willing to sponsor a certain program if it holds interest and funds are available. Requests for funds should be made to the Executive Board of the Hewitt Union Board of Managers. 3) Faculty Student Association. Funds are avail?.5le here in several areas. They maintain certain money for a lecture program. Also, large items pay be considered for Budget Appropriation. Requests mzy be made to the Board of Faculty Student Association through the Vice President for Business Affairs. 4) Third Curriculum: A special fund for continuing orientation. This o~ganization has money available for programs which relate to student activities. Requests should be made to the Vice Prcsident for Student Affairs. 5) Academic Departments: Because these organizations are dircctly related to their corr~spondinp academic de~a~tments, we consider it a responsibility of the department to help these organizations. Money spent in this area by departments can be well justified because it is for the benefit of their majors that these organizations cxist. Due to the number of other options avaihble to these orpenizations, we feel that $200.00 is an appropriate zmount to come from Student Fees and if these students arc really interested and thdr activities worth support, they will find it in one of the a-bove five areas. introduced 2/16/70 untabled 3/5/70 .. Defeated 3/5/70 0-15-2 i '7 .. th) . 6 . : David W. pelland 3116/70

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Student Association State University College at 08wego Senate 5th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting February 9, 1970 Bill 834 Introduced by the Committee on Student Rights and Responsibilities AN -ACT WHEREAS it is in the judgement of this body that the present student Code of Conduct, as printed in the "Handbook for Students', 1969-1970" by the Division of Student Affairs of the State Univer-' eity of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, New York, is inadequate, inappropriate, and, to a degree, unjust: and WHEREAS we believe that a Code of Student Conduct must have been originally enacted by the recognized student governinp organization of the student body in order that said Code not be enacted by unilateral and arbitrary methods; and WHEREAS we believe that a Code of Student Conduct must, by its very nature, include explicit definitions as to the rights and responsibilities of students ; so BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, New York: I. That the attached Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct shall become effective at the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswe~o, New York for all intents and purposes immediatley upon the passage of this Bill by this Senate and provided that the President of the Student Association has affixed his sipnature below. 11. No amendments, additions, deletions, etc. to this Code shall be considered valid or effective without the approval of the recognized student govern in^ organization of the student body of this institution and the approval of the President of said student body. introduced 2/16/70 reintroduced and passed unanimsulsy 2/23/70 David W. pelland President, Student 4ssociation

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CODE 4F STUDENT RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES & CONDUCT STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES OSWEGO, NEW YORK \' Enacted by: Student Aasoci a tio~r Senate Bill #34 5th Legislative Session 22nJ Senate Meeting February 23, 1970 Approved 2-25-'70 pavid W. Pelland

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SHORT TITLE 1. These rules shall be known as the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswepo, New York Code of Conduct. BILL OF RIGHTS 2. The following enumeration of rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by students in their capacity as members of the student body or as citizens of the community at large ; A. Free inquiry, expression and assembly are puaranteed to all students. B. Students are free to pursue their educational goals; appropriate opportunities for learning in the classroom and on the campus shall be provided by the institution. C. The right of students to be secure in their persons, living quarters, papers and effects asainst unreasonable searches and seizures is guaranteed. D. No disciplinary sanctions may be imposed on any student without notice to the accused of the nature and cause of the charges, and a fair hear in^ which shall include confrontation of witnesses against him and the assistance of a person of his own choosing. E. A student accused of violating institutional repulations is entitled, upon request, to a hearing before a judicial body composed prirarily of students. 3. When used in this Code (1) The term "institution" means the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, New York and, collectively those ~)esponsible for its control and operation. ( 2) The term 'student includes all persons taking courses at the institution both full-time and part-time pursuinp undergraduate, graduate or extension studies. ( 3 ) The term instructor'' means any person hired by the institution to conduct classroom activities. Incertain situations a person may be both student" and instructor. Determination of his status in a particular situation shall be determined by the surroundinp facts. (4) The term legal compulsion" means a judicial or legislative order which requires some action by the person to whom it is directed. (5) The term 'organization" means a number of persons who have complied with the formal requirements of Student Association recopnition as provided in parapraph #11. (6) The term "group" means a number of persons who have not yet complied with the formal requirements for becomin~ an organization. ( 7) The tern! "student press" means either an orpanization whose primary purpose is to ~ublish and distribute any publication on campus or a repular publication of an organization. (8) The term "shall" is used in the imperative sense. (9) The term 'may' is used in the permissive sense. (10) All other terms have their natural meaning unless the context diatates otherwise.

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ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION 4. Within the limits open to all applicants who requirements. of its facilities, the institution shal are qualified accordinp to its admission A. The institution shall make clear the characteristics and expectations of students which it considers relevant to its programs. B. Under no circumstances may an applicant be denied admission because of race or ethnic background. CLASSROOM EXPRESSION 5. Discussion and expression of all views relevant to the subjec* matter is permitted in the classroom subject only to the responsibility of the instructor to maintain order. A. Students are responsible for learning the content of any course for which they are enrolled. B. Requirements for participation in classroom discussion and submission of written exercises are not inconsistent with this section. 6. Academic Evaluation of student ~erformance shall be neither prejudicial nor capricious. 7. Information about student views, beliefs, and political associations acquired by professors in the course of their work as instructors, advisors, and counselors, is confidential and is not to be disclosed to others unless under lepal compulsion. A. Questions relating to intellectual or skills capacity are not subject to this section except that disclosure must be accompanied by notice to the student. CAMPUS -EXPRESSION .---8. Discussion and expression of all views is permitted within the institution subject only to requirements for the maintenance of order. A. Support of any cause by orderly means which do not disrupt the operation of the institution is permitted. 9. Students, groups, and campus organizations may invite and hear any persons of their own choosing subject only to the requirements for use of institutional facilities. (Paragraph #14, infra) CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS 10. Orpanizations and proups nay be established within the institution for any legal purpose. Affiliation with an extramural orpanization shall not, in itself, disqualify the institution branch or chapter from institution privileges. 11. A group shall become an orpanization when formally recopnized by the Student Association. A13 pr~oups that meet the followin? requirements shall be I-ecngni zed:

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1. Submission of a list of officers and copies of the constitution and by-laws to the appropriate Student Associaofficial or body. All chanpes and amendments shall be submitted within one week after they become effective. 2. Where there is affiliation with an extre~ural organization, that orpanization's constitution and by-laws shall be filed with the appropriate Student Association official or body. All amendments shall be submitted within a reasonable amount of time after they become effective. 3. All sources of outside funds shall be disclosed. B. Upon recognition of an organization, the Student Association shall make clear that said recognitidm infers neither approval or disapproval of the aims, objectives and policies of the organization. C. Groups of a continuinp nature must insti,;tute prc~ceed.i1l#= for formal reco~nition if they are to continue receivinp the benefits of paragraphs #14, $16, and #17. D. Any organization which engages in illegal activities, on or off campus, may have sanctions imposed against it, including withdrawal of Student Association reco~nition for a period not exceeding one year. E. Any proup which engages in illegal activities on campus may have sanctions imposed against it including the denial of all privileges afforded groups for a period not exceedinp one year. 12. Membership in all Student Association-related orpanizations, within the limits of institutional facilities, shall be open to any member of the institution community who is willing to subscribe to the stated aims and meet the stated obligations of the organization. 13. Membership lists are confidential and solely for the use of the organization except that names and addresses of officers Fay be required as a condition of access to institution or Studdnt Association funds. 14. Institution facilities shall be assipned to orpanizations, groups, and individuals within the institution cornunity for regular business maetin~s, for social propams, and for proflrams open to the puhlic. A. Reasonable conditions may be imposed to regulate the timeliness of requests, to determine the appropriateness of the space assipned, to regulate time and use, and to insure proper maintenance. B. Preference may be given to programs desifmed for audience. consistinp primarily of members of the institution conlmunity. C. Allocation of space shall be made based on priority of requests and the dernorlst&tcd needs of the or~anization, group, or individual. D. The institution may delepate the assignment function to an administrative official, to a student or students employed by or under the institution, or to a student cornnittee on organizations. E. Charges may be imposed for any unusual costs for use of facilities. F. Physical abuse of assigned facilities shall result in reasonable limitations on future allocations of space to offendinp parties and restitution for damages.

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G. The individual, proup, or organization requesting space must inform the institution of the general purpose of any meeting open to persons other than members and the names of outside speakers. 15. The authority to allocate institutional funds derived from student fees for use by organizations shall be delegated to a body in which student participation in the decisional process is assured. A. Approval of requests for funds is conditioned upon submission of budget8 to, and approval by this body. 8. Financial accountability is required for all allocated funds, including statement of income and expenses on a regular basis, Otherwise organizations shall have independent control over the expenditure of allocated funds. C. Any organization seeking access to institutional funds shall choose a faculty member to be a consultant on institutional relations. Such a person may not have a veto power. 16. No individual, group, or organization may use the instifution name without the express authorization of the institution except tp identify the institutional affiliation. Institution approval or disapproval gf any policy may not be stated or implied by any iwividual, group, Qr organization. 1 PUBLICATIONS 17. A student, group, or organization may distribute written material on campus without prior approval providing such distribution does not disrupt the operations of the institution. 18. The student press is to be free of censorship. The editors and managers shall not be arbitrarily suspended because of student, faculty, administrative, alumni, or community disapproval of editorial policy or content. Similar freedom is assured oral statements of views on an institution controlled and student operated radio or television station. A. This editorial freedom entails a corollary oblipation under the canons of responsible journalism and applicable regulations of the Federal Communications Commission. 19. All student communications shall explicitly state on the editorial page or in broadcast that the opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the institution or its student body. IWTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT ----_ 20. All constituents of the institutional community are free, individually and collectively, to express their views on issues of institutional policy and on matters of interest to the student body. Clearly defined means shall be provided for student expression on all institutional policies affecting academic and student affairs. 21. The role of the student government and its responsibilities shall be made explicit. There should be no review of student government actions except where review proceedures are aereed upon in advance

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-I 22. Where the institution owns and operates residence hallls, the % students shall have final authority to make all decisions affecting their personal lives including the imposition of sanctions for violations of stated norms of conduct, except that the institution may impose minimal standards to insure compliance with all federal, state, J and local laws. i 23. On questions of educational policy, students are entitled to a participatory function. i A. Faculty-student committees shall be created to consider a' questions of policy affecting student life. B*, B. Students shall be designated as members of standing and 9 special committees concerned with institutional policy affecting academic and student affairs, including those concerwed with curriculum, discipline, admissions, and allocation of student Ot funds C. There shall be an ombudsnan who shall hear and investik gate complaints and recommend appropriate remedial action. 4 PROTEST i' 24. The right of peaceful protest is gallranted within the insti4 tutional community. The institution retains the right to cssure the safety of i.ndividuals, the protection of property, and the continuity I of the educational process. rm t 25. Orderly picketing and other forms of peaceful vroteot are permitted on institution premises. A. Interference with inpress to and egress from institution facilities, interruption of classes, or damahe to propert9 exceeds t permissible limits. ;h B. Even though remedies are available through local enforcement bodies, the institutjon mag choose to impose its own disciplinary sanctions. 26. Orderly picketing and orderly demonstrations are permitted in public areas within institution buildinps subject to the requirements for non-interference in paragraph #25A. 27. Every student has the ri~ht to be interviewed on cappus by any legal oreanization desirinp to recruit at the institution. A. Any student, group, or organization may protest apainst any Such organization provgded that protest does not interfere with any other student's rki~ht to have such an interview. k VIOLATION -OF -LAN AND UNIVERSITY-LDISCI_PLIN~ P 28. If a student is chargee with, or convicted of, an off-campus # violation of law, the matter is of no disciplinary concern to the institution unless the student is incarcerated and unable to comply with academic requirements, except, A. The institution may irnvose F* sanctions for pave misf conduct demonstratinp flapsant disrepard for the rights of others. f In such cases, expulsion i$ not permitted until the student has i~ been adjudged ~uilty in a qourt oB law, and: 1 I

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B. Once a student is adjudped guilty in a court of law the institution may impose sanctions if it considers the misconduct to be so grave as to demonstrate flapant disrepard for the rights of others, and; C. A student adjud~ed guilty in a court of law should be allowed readmittance to the institution after those sanctions imposed by the court of law have been fullfilled, and if the presence of the student is not considered a serious and immediate threat to the individuals or property of the students, faculty, administration, and/or staff. 29. Under paragraph #28A, the institution shall reinstate the student if he is acquitted or the charges are withdrawn. 30. The institution nay institute its own proceedinps against a student who violates a law on carpus which is also a violation of a published institution regulation. PRIVACY 31. Students have the same rights of privacy as any other citizen and surrender none of those rights by becoming members of the academic community.. These rights of privacy extend to residence hall living. Nothing in the institutional relationship or residence hall contract may expressly or? impliedly give the institution or residence hall officials authority to consent to a search of a student's room by police or other government officials. 33. When the institution seeks access to a student room in a residence hall to determine compliance with provisions of applicable multiple dwelling unitlaws or for improvement or repairs, the occupant shall be notified of such action not less than twenty-four hours in advance. There may be entry without notice in emergencies where imminent danger to life, safety, health, or property is reasonably feared. 34. The institution may conduct a search of a student room ina residence hall to determine compliance with federal, state, and local criminal law where there is probable cause to believe that a violation has occurred or is taking place. 'Pribable cause" exists where the facts and circumstances within the knowledge of the institution and of which it has reasonable trustwoethy information are sufficient in themselves to warrant a man of reasonable caution in the belief that an offcmse ha~ been or is L.ei.n,~ comwitted.

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STUDENT RECORDS 35. The privacy and confidentiality of all student records shall be preserved. Official student academic records, supporting documents, and other student files shall be maintained only by full-tine members of the institution staff employed for that purpose. Separate filas shall be maintained of the follow in^ academic records, supporting docmments, and peneral educational records: records of discipline proceedings; redical and psychiatric records; financial aid records. 36. No entry may be made on a student's academic record and no dociment may be placed in his file without actual notice to the student Publication of ~rades and announcement of honors constitute notice. 37. Access to his records and files is puaranteed eveLby student subject only to reasonable repulation as to time, place, and supervision. A. A student may challenge the accuracy of any entry or the presence of any iten by brinpinp the equivalent of an equitable action against the appropriate person before the judicial body to which the student would be responsible under parapraph #52. 38. No record may be made in relation to any of the f0llowinp matters except upon the express written request of the student. A. Race; B. Religion; C. Political and social views, and D Merrbership in any organization other than honorary and professional organizations directly related to the educational process. 39. No information in any student file may be released to anyone except with the prior written consent of the student concerned Or as stated below; A. Members of the faculty with administrative assignments may have access for internal educational purposes as well as routinely necessary administrative and statistical purposes. B. The following data may be given any inquirer: school or division of enrollvent, periods of enrollment, and degrees awarded, honors, major field, and date. C. If any inquiry is made in person or by mail, the following information may be given in addition to that in Subsection B; address and telephone number, date of birth, and confirmation of signature. D. Properly identified officials from federal, state, and local government agencies may be eiven the followinp information upon express request in addition to that in Subsections B and C: name and address of parent or puardian if student is a mino*, and any information required under lepal compulsion. E. Unless under lepal compulsion, personal access to a student's file shall be denied to any person makinp an inquiry. 40. Upon graduation or withdrawal from the institution, the records and files of former students shall continue to be subject to the provisions of this Code of Conduct.

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SANCTIONS 41 The following sanctions may be imposed upon students; A. Admonition: An oral statement to a student that he is violat3.q or has vlolated institution rules. B, Warning: Notice, orally or in writing, that continuation or repitition of' conduct found wrongful, within a period of time stated in the warning, may be cause for more severe disoiplinary action. C. Censure: A written reprimand for violation of specified regulations, including the possibility of more severe disciplinary sanctions in the event of the finding of a violation of any institution regulation within a stated period of time. D. Disciplinary probation: Exclusion f~om pax-tlcipation Sn privzleged or extracuricular institution activities as set forth in the notice for a period of time not exceeding one school yearE, Restitution: Reimbursemnt for damge to or rn3sap~l'opriation of property. This may take the form of appropriate service or other compensation, F, Suspension: Excludon from classes or other privileged or extracurricular institution activities as set forth in the notice for a definite period of time not to exceed two years. G, Expulsion: Termination of student status for an indefinite period, The conditions of readnrission, if any, shall be stated in the order of expulsion, @, No sanctions may be imposed for violations of rules and r8g~lations for which there is not actual or constructive notice. PROSCRIBED CONDUCT 43. Generally, institution discipline shall be limited to conduct which adversely affects the institutional communityts pursuit of its educational objectives, The following misc&nduct is subject to disciplinary action: A, All forms of dishonesty including chaating, plagiarism, knowingly furnishing false information to the institution, and forgery, alteration or use of institution documents or instrumants of identification with intent to defraud, Be Intentional disruption or obstruction of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary proceedings or other institution activities, C, Physical abuse of any person on institution premises or at institution sponsored or supervised functions. D. Theft from or damage to institution premises or damage to property of a member of the institution community on institution premises. E, Failure to comply with directions of institution officialc acting in performance of thebr duf)ies. F, Violation of published institutlonal regulations including those relating to entry and use of institutional facilities, the rules of this Code of Conduct, and any other regulations which may be enacted. G. Violation of published rules governing residence halls. H, Violation of law on institutional premises or residence halls in a way that affects th6 Instjtutional community's pursuit of its p~wper educational pi~rposee,

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PROCEDURAL STAWARDS IN DISCIPLINE PROCEEDINGS 44. Any academic or administrative official, faculty member or student may file charges against any student for misconduct, In extraordinary circumstances the student may be suspended pending consideration of the case. Such suspension shall not exceed a reasonable time, 45, The institution may make a preliminary investigation to determine if the charges can be disposed of informally by mutual consent without the initiation of disciplinary proceedings, 46, All charges shall be presented to the accused student in written form and he shall respond within seven school days. The time may be extended for such response, A tinre shall be set for a hearing which shall not be less than seven or more than fifteen school days after the student's response, 47. A calendar of the hearings in a disciplinary proceeding shall be fixed after consultation with the parties. The institution &all have discretion to alter the calendar for good cause, 48. Hearings shall be conducted in such manner at to do substantial justice, A, Hearings shall be private if requested by the ~ccused student, In hearings involving more than one student, s?vefance sha1.l be allowed upon request. .?. B. An accused student has the right to be represented by counsel or an advisor who may come from within or without the institution, C. Any party to the proceedings may request the privilege of presenting witnesses subject to the right of cross-examination by the other parties, D, Production of records and other exhibits may be required. 49. In the absenee of a transcript, there shall be both a digest and a verbatim record, such as a tape recording, of the hearing in cases which may result in the imposition of the sanctions of restitution, as suspension, and expulsion as def im d in paragraph #4L 50. No recommendation for the imposition of sanctions may be based solely upon the failure of the accused student to answer the charges or appear at the hearing, In szch a case, the evidence in support of the charges shall be presented and considered. 51. An appeal from a decision by the initial hearing board may be made by any party to the appropriate appeal board within ten days of the decision, A. An-appeal shall be limited to a review of the full report of the hearing board for the purposes of determining whether it acted fairly in light of the charges and evidence presented, B, An appeal may not result in a more severe aanction for the accused student C. An appeal by the institution, in which the decision is reversed, shall be relaanded to the initial hearing board for a determtnatlon of the rrpproprlate sanction.

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JUDICIAL AUTHORIm 52, Appropriate judicial bodies shall be formed to handle all questions of student discipline, The initial hearing board shall be composed primarily of students and any appeal board shall have voting student representation, 53, The judicial bodies my formulate prooedural rules which are not inconais$ent with the providon of this Code. 54, The judioial bodies may give advisory opinions, at their sole discretion, on issues not before any judicial body and where no violation of institutional regulations has taken place, Such opinions shall not be binding on the party ding the request nor may it be used as precedent in future proceedings. 55, A judicial body may be designated as arbiter of disputes within the institutional community, '*' ,.. All parties must agree to arbitratLon and agree to be bound by the decdon with no rQtght of appeal, This Code Is, with only minor revisions, the same as the t1i'40del Code for Student Rights, Responsibilities & conduct" as prepared by the Committee on Student Rights & Responsibilities of the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association.

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Student Association State University College at Oswepo Senate 5th Legislat$ve Saseion 2let Senate Meeting February 16, 1970 APPENDIX To Bill C34 and the Model Code for Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct. Re : Corrections The follow5ng comctfons am to be inaorparated in the Model Code for Student RSghts, Rersponsibllitfea, and Conduct under 3513 634. A. Paragraph 1, lina I, and paragraph 3, line 1, insert in the blank spats pravided: State Univerdiity of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oawego B. Paragraph 2, part E, lbne 3, substitute the word rimaril far tihe word solel Thle is so that the Student Conduct amittee + will fit nto this code, -7mF C, Paragraph 4, part C line 1, omit tha mrd (Optional) D. Paragraph 14, part D 8 Alternate psrt D, omit, replace with a p-t D to mad a6 follc#oS: D. The institutfon may delegate the assignment function to an addnistrative official, to a student or etuden'ta mplayd by or under the institution, or to a student acmt3ttee on organizations. 15, part C, line 1, omit the ward (Optional). aph 23, part C, line 1, otnit the word (Optional). waph 88, part B, lina 1, omit the words: (amit if 4C ie enaated). H. Omit the entire paragraph 45 designated (Alternatal. f. Paragraph 52, line 3, omit the ward eolely, replace with the word: primarily.

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,Senator Peter ~imrnernan~ s AdendLmnt to the plodel Code for Student ~ights, ~esponsibilities and Condubt: Paragaph 28, Seotion C.: A student adjudged "'allty lnc.a c:tvfl court slLoald be allowed readdttance to the institution after those sanctions imposed by thac civil court have been filfilled, and if the presenze of the student is not considered a serious a-ndiimnediate threat to the individuals or property of the students, fa cdty, addnistration and/or staff. passed by hand vote: 2/16/73

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting Bill # 35 Introduced by Douglas North AN ACT Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Scienoes at Oswego, New Yorko That a Council on Student Environment (CSE) be established by the College Council with power to act on policies, proueedures, rules and regulations, issues and other conditions which affect the non-academic lives of the members of the student body, to be oonstructed in the following manner : I0 PURPOSE A, To provide greater student involvement, with voting powers and not merely speaking privileges, in organizations which make final deoisione concerning matters which affect the nonacademic lives of the college students; Bo To act as a coordinating body, to coordinate the efforts of all three factions of the college uo~ity (e,g, students, faculty, and administrators) in the formulation od and decisions on matters concerning the nan-academic lives of the college students; Co To be a body with a much higher degree of awareness and understanding concerning the problems and needs of the college students than is the College Council; Do To be the first maJor step toward the realization of the ooncept of governanoe by the coonwnity. 11, MEMBERSHIP A, Temporary Chairman The President of the College B, Voting members2 1. President of the College 2. Vice-President for Student Affairs 3. Executive Dean for Student Affairs 4. Director of Housing (or his Assistant) 5. Chairman of the Faculty Assembly 6. Chairman of the Faculty Assembly Student Affairs Council 7. President of the Student Association 8 Vice-President of the Student Association 9. Chairman of the Inter-Domnitory Council 10, One of the Co-Chairmen of the Inter-Greek Counoil 11, One of the Student Associati~n Commutor Senators, who shall be designated for this positian by the Student Associatian Senate with the approval of the President of the Student Association, C. Ex-Offlcio (non-voting) members 1, Chairman of the College Council 2, Co-Ordinator of Student Autivities

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111. MEETIPIGS A. The CSE shall meet at least once each month with the exceptions of the months of June, July, and August. B. Seven of the eleven voting members must be present at each meetinp in order to conduct business. C. Meetines shall be held on the Oswepo campus. D. The specific time and place of each meeting shall be detemined by the CSE itself. Special (e,~. e~erpency) meetinps shall be called by the Chairman at the request of at least four of the eleven voting members. The time and place of the first meetinp shall be determined by the temporary Chairman, The first meet in^ shall be held within fifteen days after the establishment of the CSE by the College Council. IV PROCEEDURES A. The CSE shall consider policies, proceedures, rules and regulations, issues: and other conditions which affect the non-academic lives of the collepe students, and which have oripinated or been endorsed by any one or combinations of the following moups, provided no lesser person or eroup has previous jurisdiction or power to act on said Policy: 1. The Student Association Senate, if such policy shall affect the resident student body, the Greek students, the commuting student body, or the entire student body 2. The Inter-Dormitory Council, if such policy shall affect the entire resident student body3. The Inter-Greek Council, if such ~olicy shall affect one or more of the Greek organizations 4. Any person or proup representing the entire co~mutinp student body, if such policy shall affect the entire commuting student body. 5, Any Residence Hall Council, if such policy shall affect that Residence Hall and no other6. The Student Affairs Advisory Council (SAAC) and/or the Residence Hall Staff, if such policy shall affect any se~ment or portion of the Student Body. 7. The Faculty Assembly, if such policy shall affect the non-academic lives of any portion or segment of the Student Body. B* The Agreement of seven of the eleven votinp members of the CSC shall be sufficient to render a decision on any policy introduced to the CSE. C. The first item of business of the CSE shall'be to elect a permanent Chairman fro^ amonpst themselves, and to establish general rules of procecdure which shall not be in contradiction to the sense and substance of this document. D. The CSE.shal1 issue specific reasons and recommendations in writing to the appropriate group or organization in the case that the CSE shall take a position on any policy which originated or was endorsed by said group or orpanization. E. Minutes of the meetings of the CSE shall be nresented in writinp to the members of the CSE, and to the members of the Collepe Council, after their approval by the CSE. F. Copies of policies, etc. acted upon by the CSE shall be presented to the members of the College Council. 6. All actions of the CSE may be reviewed by the Collepe Council.

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ij: V. GENERAL DUTIES AFT) RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PERIMNEMT CHAIRMAN AXD THE RECORDING SECRETARY A. The permanent Chairman shall. 1. Preside over all veetin~s of the CSE, 2. Have the same voting nower as any other votinr member, 3. Anpoint a Recordinp Secretary to the CSE. B. The REcordinp Secretary shall: 1. Attend all meetings of the CSE, 2. Pave no vote, 3. Insure the distribution, to the appropriate persons, of all written materials pertaining to the operation of the CSE (minutes, reasons and recommendations, copies of policies, -etc. and correspondence from the CSE). VI. ABSENCES A. Incases where a voting me~her of the CSE (with the exception of the Chairman) cannot attend any repular or special meetinp of the CSE, he may send a person termed his designee to represent him at that meetinp subject to the approval of the CSE, B. In the case of the prolonped or chronic absence of any votinp member, the CSE may a~point a person from the same segment of the college community (e.g. student, faculty, or administrator) to take the place of that absent member until such time as said absent member shall agree to resume his attendance on a regular basis. C. The CSE, in addition to electing a Chairman from amongst themselves, shall also elect a Vice-chairman from amongst the~selves to take the chair at meetinps which the regular Chairpan is unable to attend.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 5, 1970 Bill #36 Introduced by Senator McCauley Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State Univeristy College at Oswego that: Students who are out practice teaching shall be refunded a percentage of their student fee for that period of time they are gone from cappus upon request. This percentage shall be defined as the percentage of the entire budget which is composed by the Student Government, The Ontarian, The Oswegonian, The Pendulum, and Sheldon Forensic. This refund must be requested in writing within 30 days of the start of the quarter of student teaching the student is in. Also, upon requesting his refund the student must forfeit his S.A. card for that period he is requesting a refund. This card shall be returned at the end of his student teaching. introduced 3/5/70 postponed 3/5/70 reintroduced and passed 3/12/70 15-0-0 Approved / A

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 5, 1970 Bill N37 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego that a Program Fund be added as a line item to the Student Government Budget, and that the following rules apply to this fund: 1) This fund ahall be an account of the Senate to be used for special propramming during the year. 2) Requests for funds shall be directed in writing to the Senate Finance Committee, 3) A request shall be made of the S.A. Treasurer to check the validity of the costs as requested. 4 The Senate shall then either grant or deny the request on its merit. 5) If passed, the S.A. Treasurer shall be instructed to establish an account for that project. 6) Money remainine or made from this program shall be returned to the Program Fund. 7) This fund may be used to sponsor any program or activity the Senate feels of interest to the Student Body. Introduced by Senator McCauley tabled reintroduced 3/12/70 passed 3/12/70 14-0-1

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 5, 1970 Bill #38 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego that: The following funds be allotted: 1. MRA: requested': A. Football(under-budgeted) $ 134.00 B. Basketball(under-budgeted) 72.00 C. Equipment 509.70 D. Awards(under-budgeted) 172.95 E. Handbook(under-budgeted) 62.70 F. Bill from 1968-1969 40.80 Total $= 2. Shdldon Forensic: requested: A. Cortland Tourney(St. Cham.p.1 $ 152.50 B. New York Universi .y 250.00 Total $ 402.50 3. Oswego Industrial Arts Association requested: A. American Ind. Arts. Conv. Louisville, Kentucky, 4/8-11/70 for 2 people $ 300.00 Total $ 4. Student Association requested: A. Office-under-budgeted) $ 2150.00 B. Officers 900.00 Total $ 3050.00 5. College and Jazz Lab Band requested: A. Music $ 150.00 B. Concerts(2 additional) 180.00 C. Equipment D. Off-campus trips(under-bud.) 995.00 Total $ 1447.00 6. Oswego Area Draft Committee requested: A. Office supplies $150.00 Total $ 150.00 7. Concert-Assembly requested: A. Artists Fees $ 3446.20 B. Outstanding bills 605.00 C. Estimated running expenses 2637.35 estimated-income -3229.00 Total $ 3459.55 GRAND TOTAL REQUESTED $10,058.70

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&& bill #38(allotinq funds) introduced 3/5/70 and passed 3/5/70 11-1-2 4p~roved .-. ',.< 0 t ,. /4 (\ 4 i.2.; ,,kt &; ..--5, Be, David W. Pelland 31 16/70

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meetingq Bill 839 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee March 12, 1970 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswepo that: The following funds be alloted: Concert E Assembly raeques ted A. Entertainment 1. Fashion Show $ 350.00 2. (2) Nepro Ensembles 800.00 3. Buffalo State Dance Ensemble 200.00 4. Dance Band 300.00 5. Jazz Band 300.00 6. Major Group 5,000.00 Total request $6,950.00 All monies not used from this allocation shall be reverted back' to the Student Association Surplus Fund passed 14-0bill passed 13-0-3 Approved i' /? ac~---h V&--Q avid V. Pelland

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're Student Association State Ilni ver eity at Oawego Senate 5th Lepislative Session Senate Neetine; Introduced by thr Ccnate Finance Connittee Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the State University Collepe at Oswe~o that: $180.00 be alloted from Surplus for the Russian Club to present s pmgram of three Fuqsian film. introduced and passed 15-0-1 4/9/70 avid W. Pelland 4/20/70

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* f' Student Association State University Collepe at Oswepo I Senate 5th Le~islative Session Senate Fleetinp Bill #42 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee April 9, 1970 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University at Oswego That the Biology Club be alloted an additional $250.00 to sponsor a proprap by Mr. William Anderson dealing with pollution of the Everplades. This will be presented in the Hewitt 4 Union Ballroov on April 14 at 8-00 p.m. Publicity and lecturer's 4 expenses to cone from the Riolopy Club's operatinp budpet. intmdlmo? and passed 113-1 4/9/70 Approved /7 David W. ~ella6d 4/20/70

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Student Association gtate University at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 27th Senate Heeting Bill 148 April 9, 1970 Introduced by Chiof Justice, Wqge A. Nuffer ,111 WSREAS: Tho Court needs a set stzuature to follow during their am8, and UHZWUr Yo, the Supreme Court feel8 that this is an adequate to follcm duFing the Court oaras, and WlEREM r Tho 1-2 courts could a180 follow this ryutem: Be it enaetod by tha State University College at Oswogo that the Senate aoempt thiil Court proceedura and that tho lower Courts u8a this also, and be effoetive immediately. YO ACTIOIO WRIWB STR LEGISLATIVE SESSIONm

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Three juskicos ~.imt be pmsent0 'ifhe ininutos of 5110 ;tiai%i;%:l; rs'il.1. 1:s *.oeolldod, Tho Chief Justlcr.: wi31 CS!.~.' %o riei.t::icg te me plaingift muat pm~ent S1i3 c:,tso, ifi ;,;~~"SCJ:I, 3b tilo hsapinil; for accaptmcs. IIo ti:u.st sub. .l t t3 c~:~r?s';l.r~.ib frn' : the court6 Tke defzndant mod not be presont. The JustScos shall queotfon iu oPl?,e~ 0-7 seniority, Thay shall ask throd or less giaosl;f~.iM the first roL:md, xiad th:! saaond ~ound wfll bc ~:tllii.&tedd The eowt will .~ove on the uccegtance of n cusa, Upon accoptonoo of ~i ct;sit, ti*> c:>;;.rf; ~ii3.L sot a d~co for the he(ir?ing. It shall bo at ICC.S~ ~;.LE~OS but mt .I;~XT t~.!:!-i ten Cays until t.10 first bay of th~. hc~rZn&, Copias of ths co..q;lalxlt sls~I1 be typed a nd ssnt to the justicert,' the Court Clerk, tho p.litlnf;iff, .ma t;he dof endncto ages to a closod huaring. 3) Tan G:m court fools that publication of the clrcmrlstancua to tb studont body fis necesnary, tilfs ilri'or~~mtiofi will bd re?-eased, 4) Xo 6~~363 can be docfded ~nless all justicoa am notirlecl of tb3 trial md at loast fo~r justices uro piwaont at tJr> trial Itself, 5) Ail J-isticas, who are pr2aent, will be roquir~:d tq vote is tIf3 Cec!lslon, 6) PZ~lj~tif f or def ondun t r.i& challanp tho r1,;ht a f aTc7 ;w?riW.r of tho court to ::oar tlls case. Such cl~3l:ange mist bo for goad museb A majority of ths pulzai #?ng zreaberaa ill decldo on the challanpd ;:iot;lbor*,. 7) Dacorliq of the court ill .be upheld by all, Violation will, cotisidered a3 contciqt :)I' co-crt, 3?.ch conta!:ipt ~A21 133 ptmiahod a8 thc3 ..sjo:ity of tho court dccj.de8. 8) sj~linds on proccduro will bo r:ubo b, tho Chlof Jufielco mr Sonlor Ju~itlce przsi~in;; strbjoct to obJoctlons by any

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ti Who 1;+m rtd BL(C ,dreedur ti w ;%+ mtro.. #a* a8 w ad* the @hela aMu*r. to m. ohrr,&a. *b&magbt Z*ZO~. 5) Tho plailltifi will bo hetrd first und the Qefendmt will bo hoard qocond j.11 the prcsentatio-r OF bric..'s of 5hei.r casesu 6 llftor Part (21, wl tnsso .s ag Lo proacutedo a) The plalntfff has the option to call h!.s tritnessoe, Then the defendant ha8 tile option to questlon t'l:~.~, The court :.my then qusabfon the uitnosses., b) the defendant; has the option to call hie witnes=lc;, i'en tho plaintiff 1us tba option to quo3 tflbn tho.:, I'he court Inlay then q~frstion tha witnesses. 7) Tha oourt iay take tho op1;ion to reoall turd CF033 o=i;t~rL.~c any witnassos, 8) The sut,zmry stattsm.nts are divon first by the pl:;intci'-t', then by the dofendante 9) The court reuessds to decide the caseo Frocedurcs for the Deciding of Caaos, 2) Sach :.sr~ber voices Is53 ~pinio& Disousaion of the car;o f ollowa. 21 The -i.ote is t;ds on, 3) 'tha ~..aJorf t;y vot;o Ss reqirirud in a deo1s;on. V. :lotlf icatton of Dccf sion, I) '2ho court is rccallod to order, 2) A vocal deciaion is given by. the chief Justice aftor the co~rt is recalled, 3) A11 oo~mspondonce concernign recou-end~tion rrnd decisions k-flX be ~ivor? Ln writ in^ ai'tor the vocal tiff, clefendant, md tho Iloa~i of Students, omnt of Doclslon, 3) 1-F' k'ne ~OJ~",doLis ft a;.,?:ro;?riate 2nd nocecssry, tho OfTf cs of SZ;td.erit P..rsonr-,sl. wP3.1. assist ii~ t;ha a&t;inis t7.r tl.l>:! of tho decisions of tho court, IS called apon, 4) Tg: the court desw It npg~op~9.ate and ilecessary, tho dxecutlve ih=nnch of Clis 3 tttdmt Associa tton w : ll assist 111 ~SB :rdr ii.nfstration of' the d(:cisions o$ tho court,

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3 ) Tho Suphsmc3 Court dm?.?. approve 613 AoowS ~t~udcnt O:-:-r.7,:-.Fm ti on ~onsf;TP;~~t ~ms, A1IIS;ocKl. student orgu.n,? !s:3 $5 c;i=. am dsf fned as: R) a grrwp ufl studer~ks iqi.15~11 sltfu~k thatosz?!vos kc. :hTez?archy of powor, 1)) ALtzrS-buto themsel.ass to a ~Svon goalc o) AE.i'iJ.iate t.hemsl.ucs ~dth 2; o rmne of the Sit:++ . Unlveralty "oJ.l.oqn at. op,i.~o;o niid. bhey gu,~p(,;-G I,<: i.1::: ctudeata of the h%t.eges Anfr ertudant orgtralza tfon bhtt t. reco5ves Piinzrrxii cl F::I;-);):>. '.. rmst have ogprova,3. of ttm3.r cons $1 tuelon and sa.vo.~i: .:*: by Me ~amt~bm~ir. of $Be Supi?eirm Cou.~qt,~ a r,r i.oi:?,!on 2) Any studonti organiatitlon wl ahtng bo bawa their non ,.'--" sppx-oaed xriust @ulm$i, it LO ~i%im~ Che h~y~wm ''OWL C3 :::-I, 027 the S,creL8:.-.; of t;hu S tudc-nt .A ssociat hn, *-I 3 1 Studant; oqgmiization const.3 hat; ons shall be ~onsS.dc;tc~d at t. .e x~~~laz~f y selretlul zd %p~cms "otrrt3esslons 1: e +a ~lopr.use~~is.t;t;S \.o cif tbc si;udent 0z.g8.nf aation .vius t be FI.?:..~? ? A3 5 stsd~ni; on.ga:ii at: tion c.olzst5 kutPons wJ 13. b@ CQMS~ c:z)-2 an.d voted :in by cX:i tho nmrnkoias oE C:be Yuprer:~o bousz'i, and passed hg a ii~a:i)i75ty VO'GC cf the CCWP~, ,, 5) .Tn spo(:i@.] (?%SO.$ IT~?CS~C89]3;r'0~~1. 0f 8 flt~d~~lt OS?{;BS$ PC~; i!E c;onr;t;:lt;ui;5 on .in 01' vj.tai f L:li~03~1;e~~~~, nn e*-I:t<:Pgfii?<;ry RZ>:"Z 5 c-I 02 the gvpra.vs bosr<, ORS :m OEA .i c:d ily th4 ~135 of JW: t.:; c;-: uith .i,l~e Asaoc:?ifite qTv.al,;ice.s belns ,~ot;Sf f tsd by the Cou~t; Clark. h ) The Cou;.$ nhsf 7. d ec2.d~ '.lor? :::c:il;T ;.~e:d>ei-a ~hcJ.3 he ~~ccdr~d &a appao:ie the Y t;i:d ~351; c;c):I~ 1;; P;\if;%i,i~ at ,an eLow4genoy ce~l onk &) A3 1 chtmges (add3 GS ong, ~z.v.t>tr.ac tdona.) to bb3.e proeodiwo 1.1.3.3.3 bcr by i~ijox.3 L;; c~oc.~s~~~~ of thc~ Suprame: cr,u~S~

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Student Association State University Colle~e at Oswepo Senate 5th Lepislative Session Senate Eleetin~ Bill If 44 Introduced by Tom Ot~ens April 9, 1970 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York Collepe at Oswego. That money be rebud~eted into the Student Government Account, item I11 B, the Conference allotmentto cover the following expenses. needed to send two(2) members of the veterans orpanization t3 the FTational Association of Collepiate Veterans Convention in Lincoln, Nebraska on A~ril 23, 24, and 25: Delegate Fee Organization Pee Transportation Room Board Miscellaneous TOTAL $ 524.90 introduced and passed 15-0-0 4/9/70 \ ', ;'\-;~A.J ,CC -t. C' David W. Pelland

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Student Aaeociation State Udveraity College Senate 6th kghl&tiv8 88aaian 28th Wata batin# Bill r)4s April 16, 1970 8. it .arcrhb of tb Sumto of th Studat hrociation of the Stat8 Uniwawaity of Nw York Collmgs of &ta md Soimcmrr at Onnyo, kw Ye:

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JUSTIFICATION FOR BILL #45 Tha poeitiona of Senator) and Student Faculty Acsdly Repmaantative u?. eleated paaitions of honor and trust under the 8tu-t k8odation. It ie pdmarily for thb mason, and also tho numm outlined blow, that we mcollraacsnd that these pernone be eligibl. for a refund of their, mtudsnt fee: 1. Ph. oost of cogpai ing, or contributing to a political E pmc8-g,Wba eXm680f $25.00; 2. Both elected md appointed officer)^ are salaried, and an inorrue in -8 8a1IPPjt wa8 made by the Senate, and made rotZW&&~V~, M8 m-8 8, hkb# Sumtom and etudent P.A. Reprerentativee elig&bk fo~ =fund8 ray encowage them to work harder, to be mzw mrpauiva to tbolr oorrutituentr, and to stay in offics far their, furl term# 8 Atfrnduaca at Senate metings may meurvdly imp]~)ve; 6. Ediw of th. rtudent nwrpaperr axw salaried; 6. 0th8tudent menator8 at other State Univerulty units are m 8~d.d (Plattuburgh Senatore am salaried at 81S0.00 p.p me); 7. Civil goo~ntal official8 (10. local, rtate, and id-) am 0rlaPl.d; 8. 8.iund. wuld enoourrge atudmtr to run bor office ,... and would ammw8ge axprhntzed Banatore to run for m-elmotion. Hwld Adlap Linda Mritt PaCln8at John Aakua Alan Bodehaat Cdlla Bwhle~ IhbaPcdh Clinoh John EPsrwn Sam Falieia Cyntbia Hhnm Dav Doufl" d Sadthoon Elimbath Klinka David Mag08 NanMcC.uley Douglw ZOarth Thoma8 Onsru, Judith Pa~tora Cuwla bafrrnour Judith Wamsymki Me Johnson Petor 28Wra Fl0tch.r



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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 28th Senate Methg April 16, 1970 sii 1. -. :s s Introduced by Douglas North AN ACT -Be it enaeted of the Senate of the Student #e State Univereity of New York College of Arts at Oswego, Now AYork: Association of and Soiencee That tha bridenoa Hall baroation Fund, which has in the put b..n ion Me Pacultp-Studant Aaeodation mgmt. ahalm& k bWg8t.d as a parmanant itam, awl k truarfm hdiataly upon aydlability into the StuUant Arrodathn Budgot, UI. Student O.Qidence Hall Reoreation Fuad, md not to the Studrat Affair6 Division. That tho raid wnq ahall thuh be diatributad to the m8id.noa hall8 wador? nrali dtions, rsstrictforu, and praaed\un o tho Senate bhall decide. That the total awn of money transferred be in the anmunt of $8.00 POF mridant studant, baed on the total of being bod in an-ampurn residurca halls $11,856 .OO inoluding Oneida).

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Student Association State University at Osweg6 Senate 5th Legislative Session 28th Senata Ueeting April 16, 1970 Bill #47 Be it enacted of the Senate of the Student Association of the State Univem14fy College at Oawego: That Senate allot from the Campus Chsrrt Fund an amount of $250.00 to Mr. And Mrs. Ed Stevens whose new home was destroyed by fire last evening. In pmpar.tion for the birth of their first child the' aoupla had furahahad a nursery+ and pwahamed clothing for the child. All of .wis was coapletely destroyed. !Chi8 money will be used by Pir. And Mrs. Steven8 as they deem necessary to metors the nursery. Approved DWP

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BILL. --43" Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of .The State University Collepe of Arts and Sciences at Oswepo that: $1500 be alloted frov surplus to the Spanish Club to partially sponsor the musical program "Areito". This will be b~ksented. at 9:00, May 15 durinp the Nation-Vide Puerto Rican Conference beinp held at Oswepo. passed 12-0-1 Approved DWP

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Student Association State University at Oswepo Senate 5th Le~islative Session Senate Meetimp April 16, 1970 BILL #x Introduced by Nancy McCauley Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the State University CoLleps at Osweco that: IJo contract?; nay be signed for tl-e Student Association without the prio;" approval of the Student Association Senate. These contracts we to be signed by the S.A. President or his desipnated representatisle Persc,~; signin? the Student Association's nare to any contract without S.:iiate approval shall be held l'.able for that contract. Senate approval of a Budpet iter? will be considered "prior approval". (i.e. If the Senate passes fo~rteen baseball pmes per sesoa they need not pass apain on whc is played(what tea^) or what 11ate)

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Student Association State University College at Oswepo Senate 5th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meetinp April 16, 1970 Introduced by Nancy PlcCauley Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the State University of Vew York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All full-time under-graduate students enralled at S.U.C.O. at Osweeo be charged $31.00/se~ester during the 1970-1971 academic year. The only exceptions being for poverty reasons and the Senate Bill referrinp to Student Teacher Refunds. Passed 14-1-2 Approved DWP

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 29th Senate Veetinp Bill $51 Introduced by Nancy XcCauley April 10, 1970 Be it enacted of the Student Asaociat&on Senate of the State University of New York Collepe at Oswep that: The following allotments be budpeted for the year 19701971 Student Association Fiscal year. Budget sub-total Projected income at $31.0O/semester/persgn Safety margin passed 12-4-1 Appz?oved DWP

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Nee t ing ; .'[j .-.' a/( -2 To the Constitution of ?he Student Association of the State Universfty of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, New York. That, in Article I, Section 11, Part 3, the sentence: he number of Senators shall never exceed 25 nor be less than 15,, be deleted. Note: The abwe Amendmnt, in accordance with Article VI of the S.A. Constitution, may by a 2/3 vote of all the members of the Senakebe presented to the Student Association, If a majority of all the full-time, regulnrly enrdlled, graduate and undergxwadunte students of thes institution vote to approve thfs Ammdmant, it shall be valf d for all Slltent.~ and ~II~-~~RCR RS pavt of the S.A. Constitution.



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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative: Session 3rd Senate Meeting Resclution #1 May 13, 1969 Be it resolved of the Senate of the Student Association of the State Universtiy of New York College at Oswego: That Robert McCormack act as the representative for Insurance at S.U.C.O. during the academic year 196901970. passed 18-1-4 by roll call vote Resolution #2 Introduced by Randy R'ist Be it resolved of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: That the Student Association Senate endorse the proposal to house men and women in Seneca Hall, 196901970. passed 22-0-1 by roll call vote

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5 th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting Resolution # 3 Introduced by Sandy Michaels and Douglas Hodges May 13, 1969 Be it resolved of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: That we, representatives of the student body, support the following demands of the "Black and Puerto Rican Student Unionn 1. More intensive recruitment in predominately black schools 2. Recruitment of black faculty and staff including admissions officers. 3. Relevant sources in the library by black authors and relevant to black studies. 4. Education courses relevant to the needs of black geoole and for student teaching centers in urban areas or ghetto schools. The Student Association endorses the four demands presented to the college by the Black and Puerto Rican Student Union on May 5, 1969. The Student Association recognizes that a total cornmi ttment on the nart of administrators and students is necessary for the realization of these demands. A sustained . effort allressed toward ending social and racial injustice must be made. The senators fear that increased frustration, hostility, and violence will develop unless the causes of these tensions are adequately dealt with. Passed by Roll Call vote: 16-3-3

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Student AseocL~tion State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Lczislativc Session 3rd Senate Iieetir-g Resolution #4 Int~oduced by Paul Lukasiewicz Be it resolved of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego: Th2.t) starting with the fall 1969 semester, all restrictive curfews be abolished. That parental permission not be required for women students for the freedom to come and go as they please from their resiaence area. That we believe that this is a positive and necessary measure to insure the basic rights that belong to all members of a functioning, adult society as we have at this college. That this resolution be sent to the College Council, and that College Council be notified of the ensuing argument as to whether or not parental permission is required, and that the President and Vlce President of Student Association present the reasons that parental permission should not be required. passed as amended by roll call vote 21-0-1

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting RESOLUTION #5 Introdueed by Harold Adler September 29, 1969 Be it resolved by the Student Association that on October 15, students are urged not to attend classed or any normal University functions in accordance with the aims of the Vietmam Moratorium bringinp to the front the issue of the Vietnam War and showing mass dissatisfaction by the public with the continuance of the war. The S.A. also urges the school adninistration to officially close this college for that day. We also feel that faculty members should cancel all their classes if school is not officially closed. passed unanimously 9/29/69

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%* Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate ,/e 5th Legislative Sesrion ; Senate Meeting L RESOLUTION #6 A Introduced by Doug North October 2, 1969 Be it resolved that the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of hew York College at Oswego that the following Guidelines be adopted: Guidelines requested by the College Council for the Implimentation of the Revised Alcoholic Beverage Policy of the State University Colle~e at Oswego for the Fall semester 1969 to be approved by the Senate. The following ~uid~lines express the concern of the Student Association for the proper use of alcoholic beverages within each residence hall (1) The residents of any hall wishing to have alcohol for individual use must have an established and recopnized student povernment and judiciary: (2) follow in^ (1) above, the residents of a hall nust approve by a majority vote the use of alcohol in the building and policies developed (see belaw) by the hall government with regard to the use. Referendums of this question shall be conducted by secret ballot, (3) It is generally agreed that residences have four types of areas that include individual room: commons areas, (e.g. floor lounges reserved for the exclusive use of residents on that floor), public areas, and work and office areas. Recomizinp the differ: ent physical features of the buildings, each residence hall is free within the ap~roved guidelines, to develop its own ~olicies on individual use of alcohol, hut such policies shall take into account and recognize that certain areas in a buildin? are inappropriate for the individual comsum~tion of alcohol; (4) All policies must recopnize that the rights and propertys individually snd collectively, of others are inviolate and that abuses which may result fro^ the pisuse of alcohol are in no way excusable and thzt this is ~articularly true when these abuses may occur in a Froup living situation and, (5) The student government of each residenc,~ shall nresent its policies to the S~ecial Committee on Alcoholic Beverapes of the Student Association >r another Froup designated by the Student Senate for approval before subnission, review and filinp with the Alcoholic Beverapes Committee.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session October 20,1969 Resolution #r Introducedby Senator Paul Lukasiewicz Be tt resolved of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New Yoek College at Oswego that: We a representatives of the Student Body, support the idea of love of our country, the United States Of America, that is to be expresses on Veterans Day of this year, 1969. defeated 10/20/69 3-9-6

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Student Association State University College At Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session November 3, 1969 Resolution # 8 Be it resoived by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College at Oswego, that the following statement be sent to Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States: For eight long years, this nation has been bogged down with the War in Vietnam. Our involvement in this Asian conflict has led us to support a military dictatorship which jails political dissenters, which suppresses all media of free expression, and which lacks the support of the South Vietnamese people. Thus our participation in this war negates those principles which guidelined the birth of these United States. Effects of the Vietnam War have disastrously marred our nation's international image and have poisoned society. Many Western democracies, deemed our allies, have strongly condemned our actions in At home the war has precariously polarized all society. Most seriously affected has been the all facets of our most trustworthy Southeast Asia. segments of our youth, our nation1 s most priceless resource. Alienation, radicalization, pessi~5sm and vast distrust of our countryls leaders profiles America's youth. The greatest question posed by many younp Americans is what constitutes our national purpose and our national priorities. Xe believe our nation should attack the problems of poverty, overpopulation, pollution, dieease and racism instead of spending bil

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lions upon billions of dollars and thousands upon thousands of lives in this abortive and unjustifiable war. We hereby request through the auspices of the Presidency, that you initiate an immediate ceasefire and commence total troop withdrawal. Should we persist in the Vietnam War we may cmseqwntly pervert our national purpose and forsake meaningful priorities. passed 13-10-1 November 10, 1969

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Student Associttion State University College At Oswepo Senate 5th Lepislative Session November 24, 1969 Amendment to Resolution #8 Be it enacted of the Senate that the following paragraph amend by deletion the last paragraph of Resolution #8: We hereby request through the auspices of the presidency, that you initiate an immediate ceasefi~e and commence total trwop withdrawal. We advocate that a timetable be publically issued providing for the withdrawa of all groun and support troops by no later than December 31,1970. Related to troop withdrawal, is the issue of potential "mass executions". There is much concern for those South Vietnamese people whose lives may be in danger because of their close association with the Saigon regime or their collaboration with Americans. In order to prevent many of the possible executions we reccommend thatthe United Staes offer political asylum for those people whose lives are potentially threatened. Should we persist inthe Vietnam War, we may consequently pervert our national purpose and forsake meaningful priorities. passed 11/24/69 1442

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Student Associ3tion State University Colleee at Oswepo 5th Legislative Session November 17; 1969 Resolution $9 The United Farr Yorkers Organizational Committee hezded by Cesar Chavez has organized a nat5.onal (and to some extent in-ternational) , Boycott of Czlifornia tanle grapes. The UFWOC is a farm labor union made up mostly of Kexican-American mipant workers. The union has been striking a number of California grape growere since 1965 demanding union recognition, decent wages and benefits, and humane working conditions. The strike and Soycott, however, have become more than a labor movement. La Causa represents the efforts of YexicanAmericans to gain ~espect and a share of the wealth of Anerica. It is a movement to blunt the effects of racism and to imp-ve the social, political, and economic condition of the Mexican-A~erican minority. The boycott, which began in 1967, was insfituted to assist the often ineffective strikes. The boycott up to now has shown some succcss. The market price of grapes has dropped 15% anj ten growers representing 125 of California's grape production have apreed to negotiztc oti-21 the union. No contracts, howsver, have yet been signed and many of the largest growers still refuse to talk vith the United Farm Workers. The boycott must be continued and expanded in order to keep F2essure on the growers to meet the demands of the union. Be it resolved of the Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego: That thci St0.dent Association Senate, in support of the table prape boycott, the objectives of the United Farm Workers Or~anizational Committee, and the aspirations of Mexican-Americans, petition the Oswego College Food Service to irnrnediatley stop all purchasing and servinp of California table napes. Introduced by 3wlg Hodges and Jin Kelly Passed 11/17/69 19-0-1

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Student Association State University College at Oswego 5th Legislative Session November 17, 1969 Resolution #10 Introduced by Alan Boekhout Be it resolved of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York, College at Oswego, that the following implementation of Bills 42 and 47, passed in the fourth legislative session, be sent with our approval to I)r. Robinson, and Director of Campus Security, Mr. Barry. 1. Up until registration no tickets will be given out. 2. Starting at 8 AM on the day following the last day of registration, nomal tickets wtll be given out. 3. The first such ticket shall be considered a warning ticket by the traffic court indicating it is his fourth parking ticket. At this time the traffic court shall summon such a student to appear before it for the purpose of reviewing that student's parking privleges 5. All cases of suspension of parking privleges shall be handled by the traffic court. 6. All students who loose their parking stickers through traffic court action are not allowed to park on campus, and a list of such students and their cars shall be carried by security officers on 7. This list shall be updated by traffic court 8. Any student who looses his pdpklng stickers court action, has the right to appal either to Supreme Court for their -turn. 9. A student who has lost his parking stickers ia subject td a fifteen dollar nm-registration campus Motion to refer back to corn. --defeated 17-3-0 Amendment --Passed 15-3-3 Passed 17-2-2 L1/17/69 as necessary. through traffic the Traffic or due to court action, fine, if parked on

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting November 24, 1969 Resolution #11 Introduced by Senator Seymour WHEREAS: The Committee on Committees recognize the flaws in the present system of admitting non-senate menbere to the various committees and councils of the Senate, and WHEREAS: The Committee feels a pressing need for change in the present system, be it therefore RESOLVED OF THE SENATE OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AT OSWEGO: RESOLVED : RESOLVED : That the only requirement for non-senate membership on the various committees and councils of the Senate be interest and a willingness to work, and be it further That all students showing this interest and willingness to work be included in the official membership of that committee or council, and be it finally That the chairmen of the various committees and councils be empowered to denote the four (4) non-senate members allowed to vote at meetings of his committes or council as prescribed by the By-Laws of the Student Association. vote 11/24/69 passed 1433

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate -5th Legislative Session Senate Meeting November 205 1969 Resolution 812 VARSITY ATHLETIC FUNDING PROPOSAL Introduced by Fran Lapinski We believe that a varsity athletic program is a necessary element of a college community, as it serves an important educational and social function. Athletics are a recognized and important part of our American culture. Not only do they foster personal ideals and growth, but also provide an avenue for wholesome competition. Through spectator participation a lar~e segment of the community (both college and surrounding areas) is brought together, and leads to the formation of a cohesive relations hi^ for all those affected. Therefore, in accordance with the State University of New York motto: "let each become bll he is capable of being, (and indeed athletics serve this function). We make the following proposal : I. That beginninp with the 1970-71 fiscal year, the State of New York, in conjunction with the State University of New York, assume the responsibilitv of funding varsity athletic programs at all units of the State University of New York. 11. That coaching staffs involved in varsity athletic programs receive a salary cornpayable to coaching salaries at other State Universfties. 111. That student government associations be reimbursed for varsity athletic expenditures for the fiscal year l96%l97O. IV. That no varsity athletic program shall be forced to decrease its level of operation as a result of this change in funding procedure. We firmly believe that this fundamental change has been long forthcoming and in the interest of not only the college communities, but the People of the State of New York. Sanford Koeppel Treasurer, S.U.C. New Paltz introduced 12/8/69 passed 33-0-0 12/8/69 Seth Eric Rubenstein Administrative co-ordinator S.U.C. New Paltz, New York

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ifStudent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session' Senate Meeting December 8, 1969 Resolution $13 Introduced by Senator Felicia(cornmutor) WHEREAS: there is a growing commuter parking problem and WHEREAS: rows 5 and 6 (countinp from the Route 104 end) of lot #18 are not being fully utilized by staff and faculty as shown in the accompanying data sheet Be it resolved that the Student Association Senate Traffic Committee present this data to Kr. Barry, the Director of Safety and Security, and ask that these two rows be designated as part of the commuter parking lot. introduced 12/8/69 reintroduced and passed 21-0-2 12/

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session Senate Meeting February 9, 1970 RESOLUTION # 14 Introduced by Steven Darter Be it resolved that the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego, that the following resolution be passed to alleviate the was tin^ of parking spaces on campus: a. b. C. d. e. f. FS* All Parking lots number 9,13,18,22 be considered the Academic plaza parking area. Parking lots number 2,6,8 $16 be considered the FhZ Idon . Hall parking are,?.. . Parking lots number ~0~12~17 be considered the Swetman and Poucher Hall parking areas. Parking lots number 4,7,20 be considered the Romney Field House parking area. Parking lots number lj3,5,16 be considered the Lonis and Morelanddparking areas. Parkinp lots nunber 11,19,24 be considered the Onondaga parking area. Parking lot number 14 be considered the Lakeside parking area. persons who desire to obtain permission to park on campus mustcomplete form lla. The following parking lots are to be designated as student lots. Any student properly displaying his sticker mav park in lots number 2,9,13,17. A. Parking lot number 9 follows the follow in^ stipulationn that parking lot number 9 have reserved spaces for only those students that reside in Hart or Funnelle Halls. That the number of reserved apaces allocated will depend upon the number of registered vehicles from Hart and Funne lle The following parkinp lots are to be designated as facultyadminietra.tio~r lots : nunber 6,8 ,lo ,12,18,22. A. All facuzty and Administration memhcra who conduct business in the Sheldon Hall area will be assigned parking permits for lots 6 and 8,.

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B. All faculty and administration members who conduct business in the Snetman and Poucher area will be assigned parking permits for lots 10 and 12. C. That parking lot number 18 have reserved spaces for only those administrators or faculty members that have offices located in Culkin Hall. The number of registered vehicles shall determine the number of reserved spaces allocated to faculty and administration members in Culkin Hall. All faculty and administration members not assigned a reserved space who conduct business in the Academic Plaza for a substantial period of time will be issued permits for parking lots number 18 or 22. Parking lot number 22 shall be totally filled before spaces will be given in parking lot number 18. The number of co~bined spaces of parkinf? lots number 18 and 22 shall not exceed the nunber of permits for their use. If an over-abundance of spaces should result, it will be found in lot nuvber 18. If the over-abundance is noticed, then parking lot number 18 will be partitioned 18 A and 18 E. Parking lot 18 A will be designated as faculty-administration parking and lot number 18 B as a free lot. A free lot can be parked in by any member of the college community who is properly registered. 5. Parking lots number 1,3,4,5,7,11,14,15j16919920~and 24 be considered free lots to any member of the academic community who is properly registered. tabled 2/9/70

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Student Association State University Colle~e at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting February 23, 1970 RESOLUTION # 15 Introduced by Emory Van Dunk Be it resolved of the Senate of the State University College at Oswego. that the Senate' Approve in principle Inter-dormitory Counci1.s 24-hour Room Visitation Policy Outline. This would give support to the princi '. ple that students should be able to establish their own hours in their respective livinp areas. introduced E passed ( 14-0-3) 2/23/70

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Student Association State University College at Oswepo Senate 5th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 5, 1970 Reaolution #16 Be it resolved of the Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego that the' 1970-1971 Student Association Budget be prepered by the Budget Council under the following That the basic idea behind this budget be to provide the student with the most return for his invested fee. That the results of the survey taken on student fees be considered when the budget is prepared. That the Budget requested of the Oswegonian, Pendulum, and WOCR be handled under the same guzdelines they now operate under. That the Ontarian be proposed as a voluntary item if feasible. That the Student Government Budget be split into two sections. One entitled Student Government and one entitled Treasury Department. Also3 under the Student Governrent Budget a new item entitled S.A. Program Fund be established under direct control cf the Senate through the Senate Finance Committee. These funds may be used for any prowam the Senate feels to be of benefit to the Student Body. That these organizations operate under the same guidelines as presently: Concert-Assembly, YRA, WAA, College Recreational, Art Exhibition, and SAM, under the category of Service Organizations. That the following organizations be continued on the same basis as this year: Blackfriars, Pen and Brush, Freshman and Varsity Cheerleaders, Choralaires, College Band, Men's Glee Club, Orchestra, Symphonic Choir, B.S .U. Jazz Lab Band, and Sheldon Forensic with no major changes in programming under the category of groups with implications of service and participation. That the following organizations be considered as special interest groups requiring professional instruction: Karate, Judo, Flying, and Ballet Clubs with the Student Association paying 1/2 the cost of instructions. That,the following organizations be considered as special interest groups which require distinctive categories to each organization: (i.e.ski club doesn't have weekly meetings, but is composed solely of ski trips) Ski Club,

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Bit'n Spur, Catalina, Del Sarte, Lakeshore Radio, Women's Varsity Sports, Folk Club, and Scuba Club. That the following organizations be considered as groups whose activities center around meetinns in a certain area with special projects to highlight the year: Biology, German, Chemistry, English, Industrial Arts, International Relations, Math, Philosophy, Psychology, Russian, Spanish, S.E.A.N.Y.S., Geography, Physics, League of Art Students, and French Clubs. These clubs should be kept to a budget of $200-$300 and spec;-a1 items should be cut and recommended to the Senate Finance Committee for consideration under the program fund. Conferences--the Student Association will pay 1/2 the costs of conferences from the alloted funds. That major speakers shall not be budgeted for any organizatiorPother than the S.A. Lecture Series and Critical Issues Weekend of Student Government and/or the Program Fund. That major entertainment proups shall be budgeted to Concert-Assembly only. That the Intercollegiate Athletic Program remain at status quo unless Student opinion warrants change. All S.A. funds for the 1970-1971 Fiscal Year be with held from all courses offered by the State University College at Oswego. introduced 3/5/70 passed 3/5/70 j 3-0 -3 Approved, :fT

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8tudcat Asdociation Sat* University College at Oswego '5th Legislative Session 2at.h Senate Meeting March 12, Proposed Resolution #l$ '7 WHEREAS : the College Council assumes an important position in v reviewing student policies, and insuring continues college functions at Oswego, and WHEREAS: two College Council seats are at present vacant, and WHEREAS : WHEREAS : WHEREAS : the need for increased student communication with the College Council is most apparent, since the present College Council members have little, if any, contact with the college community, and C atudents are -interested in the functioning of their collepe community, and the nominations for these vacant posts have been delayed for almost two years and this situation must be solved THEREFORE : Be it resolved that the Student Association Senate of the State sity College at Oswego hereby request the Honorable Governor n A. Rockefeller to name the office of the President of the go Student Association to one of these vacant positions on lege Council annually.

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Student Association State UnTversity Collsge at Oswego Senate 5th Legislative Sessibt. 23rd Senate Meeting March 12, 1970 Introduced by the Election Committee Resolution # & Be it resolved of the Senate of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arta and Sciences at Oswego, New York : That the following policy, proceedure and schedual be implemented for the operation and execution of the annual Student Association AllCampus Election, I, Schedual a) March 16th, 9:OOA.M. to 4:30P.iY0 March 28th Petitions available at residence hall main desks, union lobby, and SoAo Office, b) March 28th, 4:30P,M, Petiti+eons must be returned to SoA, Office Room 218 Hewitt Union, C) MBmh 26th. 7:OOP.M. Official slate of candidate. posted in the lobby of the Hewitt Union, d) March 20th, 8 :OOA,M, to midnight April 12th (12~00 A.M.) Campaigning may occurr, e) April 13th & ath, 9tOOAoM, to 7:OOP.M. Eleotions will be held in the following places: 1) Residence Halls (bootha and dinner lines); 2) Hewitt Union Lebby (counter area) 3) Park Hall Lobby (booth) f) April ath, 7:OOP.M. until finished Counting of ballots in Hewitt Union. Only complete reaults will be announced for each position as the aounting is finished, Resalts will be announced immediately upon availability over WOCR and by way of postera in the union lobby. g) April 16th, Senate Heeting Request approval of Elections, 11. Connuunication a) Senators will announce poliay, proceedure and schedual in their respective living areas, Wocr public service announoements (periodic ) Newspapers 1) Week of hrch 16-20 Explanatory artiale, 2) Advertiaenent (3columna X 3inchea) every week starting week of i-oh 16-20 until week of eb ationso Two sets of posters (30 posters peraet) to be placed in: 1) ~ll dining halls; 2) All residence halls; 3) Hewitt Union (six posters); 4) Park Hall, Sheldon Hall, Tyler Hall, i3shar Hall, Lanigan Hall and Penfield Library, Results of elections will be announced in newspapers in the iaeues immediately following the elections,

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Election Committee Heeolut-tm. (ccn5. ) 1x1. Cco eratica~ a -J--~enatori ~e ?l?qut-?sd to sirpply the Election Committee with the ~ams of ten (10) responsible persons Tram their living area vho have egreed to execute elections in that living area (Greeks and Cormnutors exoepted) by March 28th. IV. lYethod oB Control a) On campus residents must vote in the living center in which they restde. College 1.9,s will be checked and occupancy liats will be employed by those staffing the polling places, b) Off campus residents must vote in either Park Hall lobby or the union lobby. College 1.D.s will be checked and pundhed. Off campus directories will be employed by those staffing the polling places. ONLY OFF CAMPlfS GREEKS WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE FOR GREEK SENATORS, Off campus greeks will not be allowed to vote for commutor Senators, c) No candidate, nor roup of candidates running together, may spend more than $ 8 00.00 for hisa, her or their campaign. All expenditures of monies, regardless of the souroe, must be re istered with the Election Cononittee Financiaal Secretary t Douglas N. N~rth) within 48 hours of the time of the expenditure. Any candidate or group of candidates nuvling together shall automatically forfeit his, her or their candidacy if found in violation of this clause. a) There shall be one Senstor elected for approximately every 200 students in each living center as followe: 1) Lonis-Horelud 1 Senator 2 ) Johnson Hali 1 3) Riggs Hall 1 4) Water5ury Hall 1 5) Scales Hall 1 6) Fumelle Hall 2 bntida 7) Hart Hall 2 8) Seneca Hall 3 9) Cayuga Hall 2 10) Onondaga Hall 3 11) Greeks 2 12)
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Election Comq!,ttes Ile~o1~:L.i cn (cont, ) Positions cjnsv. and nurnSr?i,9f signatures required for petitiens. ------1) Presiddnt & Vice-president 100 t&5 signatures 2) Faculty Assembly-2 persons 3 ) Faculty-Student Association 75 on3 Sophomore 50 one Junior one Senior 4) Student Conduct Appeals Board four persons from the 50 Junior and Senior classes 5) Senatcrs 60 VII. Qualifications 1) For President & Vice-president, see Article 11, Part 2 of the S,A, Constitution, 2) For Senators, see Article I, Section 11, Part 2 Constitution, 3) For all qther positions: a) An accumulative ~rade point index of Section I, of the SoAe at le ast the college minimum ?or good academic standing, b) A regularly enrolled full-time undergraduate student at S.U.C.0. c) Class standing as indicated in part VI above (the candidates for the position of Faculty Assembly Representative may be Freshm n, Sophomores, or Juniors), Class standings indicated for candidates for positions on FSA and the Student Conduct Appeals Board refer to class standing at the beginning uf the Fall Semester, 1970. Those elected will not take office until that time. VIII, Responsibility 1) The members cf the Election Committee shall be legally responsible fsr the proper execution of the foregoing schodual, policy and proleeuures, 2) The persons staffing the polling places $? shall be legally responsible for the ppoper operation and execution of the elections th~mselves d-wing the following period of time: April 13th, 9:00A.i4. until 14th, 7:OOP.H. 3) The Senators and Officers of the Student Association shall be responsible for the constitutionality and appropriateness of these policies, proceodures and schedual.

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Student Assocfatioma State University College at oswego ~~S atu8&'t;8 -do ahow a great deal of re glvm the apgartwxtty by some profsaaors, a dance ot olassepj and & wr=s CLASS* ATTENDANCE in itaeli ahailti not be a critufa b~ Mcrh students aze gmded; and WERlUS 8TUDElJTS W#EREAS gtudmta ahould be a~ademioally disc1 abasnoa from ulaas results in Us fail'eo atru~tum of the QOUF88 as det-ea by' me to e;rt8ms, pmaeartaticm of aaaigpled out-of-olaaa Wk, class gartioipatia, etc. ) now RESOLVED of tbn Senate of the Studeat Association vepsity of New York College Of .rta and Soienees oxshall penalice nor othemdae aaademicalXy solely bocaue of his laok of olasa attsn% dantes exeapt that an instmator mag paaz&ite or ot;h6FWIae auadmntcally diaoiplfne a studant when his abeaace fmrn class prevents h3.m from somplyhg with kYaor the tousrre I as dotermhed by the instruotor ards t;o .xama, out-or-olaas ,work not prrssepted on tbe date for Moh It was assigned,' olaass paicipation, eta. If, Suetiriaation of a 8nt*s abscmee A?om olaea (+oh may auba~tly reat in Ma bein& penalized or ot&erwis@ aoadsmoioall~p diuciplinad by his instructor) shalZ be a matter of negotiation betweea tho s%at and his ins.tmutor. Absantle bue te health 'Masoas -ahoul?t alwaye be oonsidered jue tif ied, .L

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'C Student Aseociatfon Staae University at Oawego Senate 5th hgielativs Sw8ion 26th Senate Meeting Inftusducmd by the Election Colsaittae Bs it reeolved of the Senats of #e Studant Asrrdation of the State Udwmity fo York Collsge of Art6 and Seiencms af Oarega, New Y&: That trro crleetions for Seneca Hall Sunatom be held, as follcam: A. Samoa -1 Senatem shall be elaoted by and frm the oa Ha12 en qprU 13 and X4. rhalX ba e%e&aid by aab i.r~ Sunscm #a%l nwtt ZaXl at a m&eU by th. lL.-$&thte t~tw%~n? d by ee 8aSd rruraibnt8 next Fall*

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;IS: lany stvlents, partic lnrls Ed mat ion .Iajors, arc dcp mdant upon the ssca~ ~ondat iona acqaired d~zring their colld~o curoer s'~ch as uvaluati~na roeeiv?d during st.ncLont tc: ciiidg, and I / > A; : the s,>udent i f .(Gum ocoaoat ional nr.lil oducat ional phnf .lay be I..~~:edlatolg affected by .iat.,rial f om,li within one s Plucc~eht folder a:ld knculudba tl~erof uo Id enable one to co~r(:ct his doi'icfuwq and to i..prove his position in a job interview, and. ,A ?-T ,, !he upyliccanLb sooz~ ;om f:'%nanclal n&l personal invoa t..ien& In his c~1l.b;~ purg~i t ~y be endan,:rsrc;d by the co.~i;c;r-its of a Plucetwrit fi~ldep and h;owle.i;e thereof iiui3 hap hiiz s~ctify the sf'. tuatl on, and

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Department of Finance Student Association, State University College at Oswego FINAL BUDGET 1969-1970 Name of Orqanization Allotment 1969-197Q 1, Art Exhibition $ 8,040.00 2. Blackfriars 17,240.00 3. Concert Assenibly 42,664.50 4. Ontarian 33,445,07 5. Oswegonian 16, 0 1.7 ., 95 6. Pen and Brush it '3.92,CfO 8. Bit 'n Spur ??ti-00 9. Catalina 561 -00 10. College Recreational ?, 5~l.4~~72 11. Del Sarte 575 ,i;0 rn 12. Freshman Cheerleaders 328-72 tl 13. ~udo .!> :lone d n .rl 14. Karate 1, .'.E,4.90 B 0 15. W.1, C 6,359,03 01 16. Varsity C3eerhaders 395. '76 in N U 17. Whq 1,869.00 u 18. Choralaizes 1,300.00 x Q) 19. College D3nd 4,000.00 20. Men's Glee Club 2,010.00 950.00 21. Orchestra 22. Symphonic Choir 4,040.00 23. AWS none 25. student Association 30,000. 00 30, Biology 395.00 31. Flying Club 856.00 o a *a n t4 32. Chemistry Club 965.00 o &ma, 33. English Club 530,OO CI: 553 34. French Club none ho aa, @psE 35. German Club 419.00 37. Industrial Arts Club 623.80 UCQ) (II 38. International Relations Club 1,730.00 c la bra al 39. Math Club a sum 40. Philosophy Club 606.50 ,,c,"la 1,000.00 U-rl Q)aJ 41. Psychology Club 1,697.00 OD ~JOOH m-n~ 42. Radio Club Lakeshore oual id 43. Russian Club 397*00 rn(d;I&. 238.00 m ~i u 44, Sheldon Forensic 5,550.00 L m ul c 45. Socio-Anthro none 0 2 46. Spanish Club 565.00 g$ 47. SEANYS 200.00 0 u 4 id m 48. Ski Club 483.94 c u m 49. WOCR 9,874.00 (d h Q) 50. Black & Puerto Rican Student Union 944.00 a E.c x >( 52. Women's Varsity Sports 3,720.00 urn 53. Geography Club 590.00 a Em 54. Scuba Club 697.00 -d 7 55. Physics Club 56. Folk Club 425.00 U 57. League of Art Students 792.90 .. Q) E (58.) Tentative allocation, pending constitutional u 9 B cn approval, ao Gadfly ... (campts newspaper bi-monthly) 9, 500,OO 59. Intercollegiate Athletics 60,073.09 Budget Total$284,108. f8