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STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT OSWEGO 6TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION 1970-1971 Peter Judith A. Paratore--Vice-president R. David Field--Treasurer George P. Joyce--Assistant Treasurer

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INDEX TITLE PAGE .......................................... ARTICLE I. LEGISLATIVE ............................. *. Section I. Section 11. Membership ...................... Part 1. Selection and &rm.. ............. Part 2. Qualifications .................. . Tart 3. :.. ->Apportionment and enumeration. .. Part 4. Vacancies....................... Part 5. Student Association Vice-Preside .! Part 6. Other officers, pres. pro tern... Part 7. Impeachment power............... ... Part 8. ... Impeachment p&nalty. ............ Section 111. Elections....................... Part I. -. Election of Senators............ Part 2. Seante assembly............ ..... ( Part 3. Time of election................ +, .. Section IV. Procedure...................... Part 1. Judge of emmbers.........:...... Part 2. Rules of procedure, discipline a expulsion of members............ Part 3. Journal......................... Section V. Senators, sepeaation of powers.. Section VI. bill^.........................^ Section VII. Powers of Senate................ Part 1. All-Campus Election............. Part 2. Student Association Tax......... Part 3, Expenditure of Student Associati Part 4. Student Welfare................. Part 5. Line of succession.............. Part 6. Implementation of legislation ... Section VIII. Expendituees and interference...., =a ................. Part 1. '1 ::~~Z~eitsury. ... ...-*. Part 2. Sovereignty ..................... Section IX. Initiative and referendum....... . Part 1. Initiative...................... Part 2. Referendum...................... .ARTICLE 11. EXECUTIVE.............................. Section I. Student Association President anc +, President....................... Part 1. Election and term............... Part 2. Qualifications... ............... Part 3. succession...........^.......... Section 11. Student Association President, ol Section IIJ. Student Association President, di Part 1. Presentation of legislative prop: Part. 2. Appointment of officers........ ". ........................

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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 Executibn of legislation. ................. 5 Student Association President, empowered..S Written opinion of executive departments..S Special sessions....,................. .. ..S 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-tern. .................. .. .. .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 Sscti-on IT'. 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-LAWS.............. ......................................... 8 1. Definition of living center........................8 2. Permanent speaking ~eats....................~......B 3, Legislative session.. .............................. 8 4. Parliamentary authority ............................ 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, TlIE STUDENTS OF 'Kh STATE UNIVERSITY OF MEI YON: COLLEGE AT OS'gEGO, IN RECOGNITION OF THE RESPONSIBILITY SIIARED BY TI-IE AD~~1I~TSTRATIOM, TIIE FACULTY, AND TIIE STUDENT BODY IN STUDENT LIFE AhTD AFFIARS, HEREBY CONSTITUTE THE STATE UNNERSI'IT OF NEW YORIC AT 0ST.m STUDENT ASSOCIATION, BELIEZING TIIAT BY .0RGmIZ3XG IN TUIS !JAY YE CAN BEST ACCOMPLISSI TIlE FOLLOWING PURPOSES: TO SEITJE AS TIIEt STUDENT BODY AGENCY IN TIIE PRESENTATION OF STUDENT OPNIOM IN NATTERS AFFECTING STUDENT LIFE AND AFFIARS: TO SERVE AS AN APPEALLATE AGENCY FOR PROBLEllS REFFERm TO TSlE STUDENT ASSOCIATION BY STUDENTS OR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ; TO PROMOTE Il? TfIE INTEREST OF TIIE COLLEGE COEIMUNITY, A PROGRAM OF SEFWICE, SOCIAL ACTIVITY, AND EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS.

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CONSTITUTION OF TTlE STUDEKT ASSOICATIOEJ OF TI12 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORI: COLLEGE AT OSYEGO ARTICLE I Section I All. Legislative power herein granted shall be vested in the Senate of the Student association. e Section I1 1, The Senhte shall be composed of members chosen annually by the living center or centers. (The tern living center shall be defined in the By-Laws of this constitution.) 2, All Senators shall be regularily enrolled students of the State University of Mew York College at Oswego with an accunulative grade point index of at least the college minimum for good academic standing, and each shall at the time of his election be a member of that 1iving.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 AllCampus Election on the basis of estimated membership in each ; hving center for the coming semester, The Ssnhte shall determine the number of S-.nators to be 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, then vacanies occur in the Senate by resignation or otherwise, they shall1 be inmediately filled by PJrits of Election issued by the Executive Authorities of the living center or cen= 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 Presidnnt of the Senate, but shall have a vote only in the event of a tie. 6,The S-lnhte shall choose it;s 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 1. 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 occurranee of 2/3 of the members present, 3, Judgement on cases of impeachment shall not oxtend furtfier then to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and.enjoy any office of honor or trust in the STudent Asaoication, 1, 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 SEnate shall assemble at least once every full academic vreek 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 IV 1, The SEnate shall be judge of the elections, returns, and qualifications of its own menbers; and a mojority 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 pf 2/3 's of the total SEnate, expel a member. 3, The S nate shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and fron,.ehe tine to time publish the same, and the years and days of 1/5 of of the sunate on any question shall, at the desire those present, be entered in the journal, Section V No ~~nator 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 the Senate during uce in office, Section VI chosen the STudent the ~~udent his continuEvery 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 objections to the Sentitte, they &all 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 Se~te 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 regular class days after it has been presented to him, the same shall be law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the Senate by its adjourment prevents a return in the form of a vote, in which case it shall not be law, Section VII The S-lnate 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 deterni3e the expenditures of the STudent Association Tax for the generak welfare of the Student Associaton;

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4, To bava abthority to make recornendations over all matters of polic y affecting student welfare under this constitutions: 5, To determine the line of succession to the office of Student ~ssociabkon President following the STudent Associati~n Vico-President; 6. 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 jurisd$,ction shall be denied by the policies of the state University of New yorlc or the State University of New Yorlc 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 receipks and expenitures of all money-shall b~ 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 of Students, Section IX 1. Upon presentation to the Sznate of the Postion of 2536 of the nunber 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 psssed by the Senate and signed by the Student Association President, 2. The Senate nay, by 2/3's vote of the total membership, submit any bill to the Studant Associaton who shall accept or reject it; and if accepted said bmll 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 Assotiation President who shall, together with the Student Association Vice-president, be elected byan All-Campus Election at the earliest pzacticable date during the period from the 15th of March ta the 15th of April; snd hold office for a tern of the one year commenting the last day d May of the same year. 2, The President and Vice-president shll be regularly enrolled students wach with an accumulative grade point index of at least two-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 tern of offfice ends. The President at the beginning of the fag1

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semester during his tern of office shall be at least a first semester junior Qith 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 an the vice-president. 1, The Steudent Assoication President, before taking office sahall take the following oath of office: I do solemnly swaer (or af f irm) 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 Assoication of the State university of W ew Yorl: College at Ostvego, Section I11 The duties of the Student Association President shall include: 1. The.presentation of a legislative program to the Senate at the first Senate meeting following his election and at the beginning of each semesters 2. The appointment, with the consent of the Senate, of all the officers, whose aspointments shall not be otherwise provided for; 3. The presenation of periodic messages upon the State of the Student Assoicat&on to the Senate; 4, The execution of all legislation of the Senate for which he shall be responsible to the Senate, except where a specifice excecutive department shall be given authority, in which case the appropria&e executive head shall be responsible to the Seanate. Section IV The Student Association President shall be empowered to: 1. Reire the opinion in writing of the principle officer 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 ex,pedient. 4. Enter into aggree~ents with agencies and or~anizations outside the collepe con~unity by and with the consent of the Senate and the proper collepe authorities: 5. Represent the Student Assocaition personally, and through his appointed re~resentatives, in all its dealinps with apencies and organizations outside the college comunity; 6. Assume such other executive powers as shall not be denied by the policies of the State University of Yew York o& the State University of New York College at Oswego, or by this constitution.

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ARTICLE I11 Section I The Judicial power shall be vekted in d Subreme Cohrt and such lower courts ds the Senate shall establish. The number and manner of seiection of justices of the Supreme and loker 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 &ourt shall serve from the time of their appointment until they ahall vacate their office by resignation otrotherwise. Section I1 The Senate sahll establish such adminiserative offices .as it shall deem necessary for the operation of the Supreme and lower courts and the Supreme Court shall appellate jurisaiction over any lower court created by the Senate. Section I11 The judicial power shall e~tend: 1. To all cases to which the Student Association shall be a party ep~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 kulong 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 section. 5. To any dispute beeween students, or between a student organization and a student, or between student organizations, if no lower court, housing unit court, executive com~ittee or comnission, judicial board, or standards conmittee shall have prior jurisdiction, in which case the Supreme Court shall have the power e& to decide whether the trial or heaking 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 05 the State University of New york College at Osaego.

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ARTICLE IV This Constitutuion may be amended in the following manner: Upon the sipning of a petition by 2p% of the number of voters in the preeious All-Campus Election, or by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate, an amendnent 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 I 1. All engagements with organizations or agencies outside of or within the college shall be as valid against the Student Association under this constitutipn, as under the Associated Student Body Council. 2. This constitution, and the laws of the StudentsAssoc= iation which shall be made in pursuance thereof, 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 Collepe at Oswego except where they may conflict with.the policies 06 practices of the State University af New Ybrk or the State University College at Oswego. 3. The Senators before mentioned an@ all executive and judicial officers,.of the Student Association, shall be bound by oath or affirmation to support this constitution. ARTICLE VI The ratification of this constitution 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 present 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-campus residence halls, (b) off-campus residence units recognized as residence halls by the college, (c) fraternity and sorority houses, and (dl commuters (all students not residing in living centers categorized by a,b,or c above.) The Senate -7-

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shall-determine each year the groupings of the several livinp centers for the purposes of apportionment and enumeration o'f Senators to be elected by those groups of living centers. 2. Permaneat speaking seats shall be awarded to: (a) A repersentative of the Office of the Dean of.Students (b) A representative of the Office of the Co-ordinator of Student Activities (c) The executive heads of C.U.B.M.,A.W.S., and Athletic Council (dB And to the delegated representaive of any organization which the Senate shall designate by. a majority vote. a 3. The legislative session shall be one (1) year in '2enpth and shall begin on the first day of May in one year and end on the last day of April of the following year. 4. All meetings of the Senate shall be condu-ed by Robert's Rules Of Order. --5.7iiil officials shall be a. President and Vice-president of the Student Association .. b. Senators of the Student Association c. Justices of the Supreme and lower courts d. Chairman and members of the various departments and the committees of the Student-Association Executive and Judicial branches. 6. A Senator or a Justice at his own discretion may choose to participate in any of the various departments and committees of the Executive branch of the Student Association for the purpose of aiding him in discharping the duties of his pffice. 7. These by-laws may be amended by a 2/3's vote of all the memvers of the Senate. All by-laws to this constitytion shall be subject to interpretation as bills under the provisions of Article I, Section 9 of this constitution.



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Introduced by Burt Naznitsky Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego that: No contracts may be signed for the Sgudent Association without prior approval of the Student Association Senate. These coctracts are to be signed by the S.A. President or his designated representative and the Student Associati~n Treasurer. Persons signing the Student Associztionls name to any contract without the approval shall be held liable for thrt contract. Senate approval of a Budget item will be considered "prior approvalii (i. e. if the Senate passed fourteen baseball games per season they need not pass again on who is played (what team) or what date). Passed 20-0-1 HM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University of Oswego Senzte 6th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Bill #2 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of &ts and Sciences at Oswego that: All undergraduate students be assessed .a$. $ 2I00 rox and post-sessions and b) $4.00 for regular session to finance the Summer Session Activities Program. The following sth?ulations will Students will be assessed only for those summer sessions they attend. The events which have been scheduled will occur at times convenient for those persons who are attending summer school. There may be special types of events which require an additional fee, but they will be kept to a minimum. Activity cards will be colored-coded, issued to summer students upon receipt of their registration fee. Approved 21-0-0 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIP,TION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Sena.te 6th Legislaltive Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 21, 1970 Introduced by Treasury Department Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $1,000.00 be alloted from Surplus to the account of Student government. These funds are to be used for 1) A secretary to work 3 afternoons per week for the summer (9-12 hrs.), 2) cover the unexpected office help since Hay 1, 3) cost of a new typewriter for the Senate lounge, 4) some pictures, etc. for the S.A. office, 2nd 5) a trip to Albany for the Treasurer and the Assistant Treasurer to meet with officials of central Passed., RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (3151 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 6th Lerrislative Sessi m 3rd Senate Meeting May 21, 1970 Be it enacted of the Studen.t Associstion Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $1,200 be re-alloted to the new uniform category of the College Band's Budget. The $1,200 coming from already existing categories within the College Band's Budget. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 21, 1970 Bill # 5 Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the Stste University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $579.56 be alloted to the account of The Pendulum to cover bills over and above the funds alloted in their Budpet for 1969-1970. Defeated 8-9-2 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Pssoci~tion State University at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Neeting May 21, 1970 Be it enncted of !I!he Student Association Senate of the State University of l?ew York, College of Arts and Sciences st Oswego thst: The Psycholo,m Club be panted the following funds from the progr~m f'unds for 1970-1971: 1. Conferences 1. New England Psychology $252.50 2. Undergraduzte at Oswego $1390.00 2. Journal--Student Psychology Journal "Mamasa" $700.00 Total $2,342.50 Passed 18-0-0 RM. 218 WEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting Bill # 7 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky and Joe Hecht Be it enacted of The Student Pssociation Senate of the Stzte University Colleqe at Osweyo thrt: F charity fund be established each year with half of the surplus rernainin~ from the previous year. And that appropiation of these f'unds be determined by a majority consensus of a Senete ouomun. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student fissociation State Universty at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 18, 1970 Bill # 8 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky and Joe Hecht Be it enacted of the Student Pssociation Senate of the State University College at Oswego thet: Five Hundred Dollars be appropiated from the charity fund to be donsted tc the Black Panther Defense fund. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State Univer*sity at Oswego Senate 6th Le~islative session 3rd Senate Meeting May 18, 1970 Bill # 9 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky and Joe Hecht Be it enacted of the Skudent Association Senate of the St ate University Collewe at 'Oswego that: Five Hundred Dollars be donated from the charity fund to the Oswego Strike Committee. (The money to be used to cover costs yet to be incurred during the summer of 1970). RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association Stste University at Oswepo Senote 6th Le~isl~tive Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 18, 1970 Bill # 10 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky and Joe Hecht Be it enacted of the Student Fssociation Senate of the State University College at Oswego that: The bill submitted to the Oswego Strike Committee for use of supplies be retracted. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 \

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Fssociation State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting Bill #.I1 May 21, 1970 Introduced by Chief Justice George A. Nuffer I11 Be it enscted of the Student :.ssociation Senate of the State University College at Oswego th~t: The only appeal to be made from traffic court to the Supreme Court are those, students who looses his or hers1 parking sticker through traffic courts action. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 21, 1970 Bill # 12 Introduced by Chief Justice George A. Nuffer I11 Be it enacted of the Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego that: The following Court procedure be followed: I. Court called to session by Chief Justice. A. Complaint read. B. Presiding justices named, for the case. 11. Plaintiffbriefly states his case. Allowed in do so without interuption. Court may ask for clarification at any point if it is necessary. 111. Defendentbriefly states his case. Allowed to do so without interuption. Court may ask for clarification at any point if it is necessary. IV. Witneeses A. Plaintiff calls andquaations his witnesses. When finished with each witness, the defense may ask questions. Court may ask questions. B. Defense calls and questions his witness. When firdshed with each witness, the plaintiff may ask questions. Court may ask questions. V. Recapitulation A. Plaintiff Summarizes. B. Defsnce Summarizes. VI. Court Deliberates VII. Court reconvienes for verdict of the case with both the Plaintiff and the defence present. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate bth Legislative Sessicn 3rd Senate i(eeting Bill # 13 Be it enacted of the Senate of the Stu2ent Association of the State University College at Oswego that: I. The penalty of fines for parking violations on campus shall be thus: First violation--warning Second, third, and fourth violations+2 Fifth amd sixth violations-$5 Seventh end succeeding violations -$lo 11. Excluciin~ and warning, after the sixth conviction the Traffic Board will review the students park in^ privileges on the State University Colleie it 0sw&o's campus, which my result in the loss of this p~ivilege to operate or park a motor vehicle on the above mentioned campus. This penalty further includes the surrender of the buriper parking per;;lits to the College Safety Departxent If court action results in the loss of the privileges of operating and parking a car on the Oswego cu;:lpus. The student will be issued a uon-registration vioaation, which is a $15 fine, if his car is ticketed again on this campus. This bill shall become effective at the beginning of the Fall Semester of 1970. Passed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT PSSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session kth Senate Meeting September 17, 1970 Bill # 14 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky Be it so enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York of .krts and Sciences at Oswego that: The term of office with the Student Association Treasurer shall be the same as and correspond to the start and finish of the Student Association fiscal year. Passed 18 in favor RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 17, 1970 Bill # 15 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky Be it enacted by the Student Associetion Senate of the State University of New York College of L~ts and Sciences at Oswego that: The following catagories of the Student Association, Department of Finance, budget be increased by the corresponding amounts. Item A3 B-1 Cat agory Secretary Printing Amount $1,900 500 Postage 400 Total Increase -$2,600 Passed 19 in favor RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 .. ,

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STUDENT ASSOCIQ.T!ON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 17, 1970 Bill # 16 Introduced by Judy Paratore Be it enacted by the Student 4,ssociation Senate of the State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill #3, first Legislative Session, second Senato Meeting, be amended to transfer part 111, section D2 to part 1 section B. This would add to the duties of the Treasurer, the power to transfer funds up to $200.00 between existing catagories within the budget of a student organization. Passed 20 in favor RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNlVERSiTY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association St ate University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Sessicn 3rd Senate Meeting May 21, 1970 Introduced by John ESnerson Be it enacted by Student Association Senate of' the State University College .of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $4,875.00 be alloted from the program fund to cover onehalf the cost of the Student Associstion Third Ciriculum Continuing Lecture--3ebate Series. The thid Ciriculum Committee of the Student Affairs Division will assume the other half of the series cost, totaling $9,750.00 Passed 22 in favor RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Associatton State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 4th Senste Meeting September 17, 1970 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the' State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Student Association underwrite H.U.A.C. for the maximum of $5,000.00 to hold a concert on October 4, 1970. Passed Unanimiously RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOC.14TiON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 24, 1970 Be it enacted by the Student Associntion Senate of the State University of New York, College of P.rts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Oswego Day Care Center be alloted $3,000 from the Student Association in the 1970-1971 budget. Passed 23 in favor RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 24, 1970 Bill ;Y 20 Be it enacted by the Student Association. Senate of the State University College of New York, .Prts and Scienced at Oswego that: The catagory of mecutive Expenses in the Senate and-Executive Budget of the Student Association be increased by $1,000 to $2,200. Passed 22-1-0 RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGG. NEW YORK 13126 Student J.ssociation St ate University College at Oswego Senete 6th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 24, 1970 Bill # 21 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Oswego that: All lands currently belonginn to the State *University Colleye of Erts and Sciences and a11 roadways connecting those lands declmed a soverei-wn n~tion seperclte and distinct from what is now knovm rs the United States of Jmerica. Also, th~~t the following specifications be declrred: 1.) The Student Associstion shall nct as a provislongi government until a national government if elected to ofrice by the populace, 2.) The presidential executive be empowered to apnoint ambassadors to rll nations recognized by the sovereign stote of Oswego, RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Rssociation Sta.te University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 4th Senste Meeting September 24, 1970 Bill # 22 Intraduced by Burt Naznitsky Be it enacted by the provisional governmental senste, University Colle~e of' P-rt and Sciences that: The following soverwign nations be recognized: Cuba North Korea North Vietnsm Peoples Republic of Communist China RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association St nte TTniversity at Oswezo Sen~te 6th Leqislative Session L!.th Senate >?eeting September 2L!, 1970 Bill # 23 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky Be it enacted by the provisional governmental senrte, UniversFty Colle~e at Oswego that: P11 l~ws orev~ously upheld within the cornunity of Oswe~o be upheld until well examined and chan,res are made, with the exception of those laws ap2lyinp to the sale and use of marijusna, which shall be made totally le51l for sale and consqtion. RM. 218 HEWlTT UN:ON PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASS3CIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Pssociation State University at Oswego Senzte 6th Legislative Session 4th Sennte Idieeting September 24, 1970 Bill # 214 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky Be it enacted by the provisionzl governmental senste, University College of Oswego th~t: The establishment of a Coast Guard be acted upon imrnediztely for the protection and welfare of the citizens of the sovereign nation, Oswego. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 6th Sen3te Meeting October 1, 1970 Bill # 25 . Introduced by >larc Koller Be it so enacted by the Student ~Aasociation Senate, State UniversSty College of Prts and Sciences at Oswego that: From this day forward the current policy of Parking Reguletions be revised so that a new policy of "first come, first served!; in all rreas other than medical parking areas. With regard to food service and maintenance personnel, their rreas shdl be reserved only between the hours of 7 am 2nd 5:00 pm. The new fine schedule will be as follows: First offense-Warning Second off ense-$2.00 Additional offenses-$2.00 In case of snow emergency, all students must follow the orders of the maintenance department. Passed 17 in favor 7 opposed 1 Abstention RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 1312.6 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 6th Senate meeting October 1, 1970 Bill # 26 Introduced by Narc Koller Be it so enacted by the Student Associaion Senate, State Vniversity College of Pats and Sciences at Oswego thzt: ~11 traffic violation tickets issued before the date of the acceptance of Bill 25 be null and void. Passed 24 in favor RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3502

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Ass~ciation State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting October 1, 1970 Bill # 27 Be it so enacted by the Student fissociation Senste, State University College at Oswego of crts and Sciences that: $750.00 be alloted from the propm Fund to sponsor a Caravan Theater with the Third Ciriculum. Passes 12 in favor 10 opposed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 6th Senzte Meeting October 1, 1970 Rill # 28 Introduced by John Emerson Be it so enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Pssociation at SUNY-4-lbany be alloted $500.00 from the Student fissociation, SUCO, Oswego, to help pzy legal fees in its defence of Student Control of the Student Activity Fee. Passed 20 in favor 4 opposed 1 Abstention RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOC STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Student Association Stzte University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session ION SENATE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 7th Senate Xeeting Bill # 29 October 8, 1970 Be it so enacted by the Student Association Senate, State TSniversity College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego thzt: The Philosophy Club be alloted $300 from the Program Fund to sponsor a program surrounding Dr. Thomas Szaz, author of The Xyth of llental Illness, ~nv; Liberty, 2nd ~sgchi~trp, to speak on a topic of his own choice. Passed 20 in favor RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3302

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STUDENT ASSOCiATiQN SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 7th Senate Neeting October 8, 1970 Bill # 30 Introduced by Dave Nealon and Dave Poland Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College at Oswego that: The current policy of parking reguletions be revised, due to the need for a responsive system of parking on campus. Lot 14 will be considered the Lekeside Parking Area. Lots 11. 19. 2h will be considered the Gnonda~a Parking Area Along with all psrking areas adjoining the individual dorm: Seneca, Oneida, Cayuga, and Onondaca. Lots 5, 16 be considered the Lonis-Foreland Parkin g Area. Lot 1 will be available an a j'i'irst come, first serve basis for all commuters and not Lakeside residents. Lot 9 and student pnrt of 18 be considered the Hart-Funnelle Parking Area. Lot 7 will be available to all students. Lot 13 will be a commuter parking are2 from Tam-Spm. Any lots not included in the above will be as they now exist. 11. After conferring with the campus department of Safety and Security, the Lskeside complex, Lonis &Moreland, and Hart-mnnelle will be empowered to ~djust the pnrking hours avail~.ble to suit their needs. They must take into consideration the needs of the dormitory directors, maintenance personnel, 2nd service staff, and emergency vehicles. 111. The Senate Committee on Parking conditions will be availeble to help work out any conflicts that may arise. IV. We recommend thzt a future study of parkin5 conditions be made on campus and that the shuttle bus service be expanded to include the new campus dormitories and the Lakeside area. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Lepislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 8, 1970 Bill # 31 Introduced by Joey Hecht Be it so enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: From the Program Fund $382.50 be alloted to the Russian Club to sponsor the following films: 1. Potemkin 2. Alexander Nevsky 3. Ivan I 4. Ivan 11 5. Strike 6. October(all directed by Serci Eisenstein) The purpose of this series is to m~ke people aware of the mmy new cinamatiaues developed by Eisenstein; it is elso of great historical v~lue. This will be open to the entire cempus and there will be no fee charged. The Bill was amended to read thzt all tickets given out for parkin? violations this academic year be declered null and void until new rules and regulations are applied by the S.A. Passed 17 in favor RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 *4 Student Association State University College at Oswepo Senate \ 6th Lef~islative Session 7th Senate Meetin? Bill #32' Introduced by Narc Koller Re it so enacted by the Student nssociation Senste, State University College of Jrts and Sciences at Oswego that: $1,000.00 be alloted to the Mourning Day (1 Committee. Passed 17 in favor 4 opposed 1 abstention RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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/ .'Student Association \. "~~tate University College at Oswego Senate '. -/ 6th Lenislative Session 8th senate Meeting October 15, 1970 / Bill 33 Introduced by Joseph Eecht; Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: "Flick", the Oswego Student Film Club, be alloted $6OC. 00 from the Surplus Fund for the successful operation of the club's goals. The funds will cover shipping charges of t1.e films, cost of films charges for projectionists, publicity, and office materials. Costs I. Film Rentals a. Films for $15-$25.00; admission free 1. Rhinoceros $15.00 2. The Fild Ones $20.00 3. Nanook of the North $22.50 4. The Invasion of the EoZy Snatchers $22.50 5. Little Lord Faunteroy $22.50 6. TY:c ?!altese Falcon $20 .OO 7. On the \!aterfrcrt $22. 50 '8. Chaplin Film Festival $22.50; TOTAL $167.50 b. Films for $25-$39.00; admission free 1. Phantom of the Opera $25.CO 2. Suddenly L.ast Sxrmer $25. CO 3. Walk on the Wild Side $25.00 4. Requiem for a Heavyweight $25.0@ 5. L5lith $27.50; TOTAL $127.50 c. .Films for $30-$65.00; admission free or filins for $50-$100.~C!; snall admission charge 1. Public Enemy $35-$50.00 2. The Eicycle Thief $45-$75.00 3. Diary of a Country Priest $45-$75.00 4. King Kong $60-$100.00 5. Citizen Kane $60-$100.00 6. Cool Mznd Luke $65.00 7. The Connittee $65.00 Hiroshima Mon Arour $7.5;00; TOTAL $450-$530.00

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d. Films for over $103; theeter nrices for admission 1. Shop On Mah Street $125.00 2. Wages of Fezr $150.00 . . . . . . . . . . 3. Hiroshina Mon lirr~our $125.00;'TOTAL $40@.00 11. Cost of Shippi~g Films $25.00 111. Cost of ~rojectionlsts $50.00 IV. Cost of Publicity $50.00 V. Cost of Office Materi&ls $25.00 5 With an allctnent of $600 the. club would he able to choose hb from a wide selection of film, ~ost of whict, would ke shown free and also rcaintain the costs of showing the film and running the % club. All filn~s will be opeR to the general student body. The Dill was =ended to read that the funds would come from Program fun^ instead of Surplus. Passed 14 in favor

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 8th Senzte Meeting October 15, 1970 Be it enacted by the Student Fssociation Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Draft Information Committee of Student Fssociation be alloted an additional $200. This will bring the total 1970-1971 allotment to $300. The additional funds will go for the following: $50.00 for 2 training session by the American Friends in Syrscuse, $50.00 for training by a professionzl militzry counselor for Ithacs, and $100 for additional literature and brecheres. Passed 19 in favor RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 2, 1970 Introduced by Barb Borsack Be it enacted by the Student bssociation Senate, State University College at Oswego of Arts and Sciences thst: The Student .tssociation Senzte allot $300 to Inter-Sorority Council so they can have Dr. Schoenfelt speak oncampus. Passed 10 in favor 4 against RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session Llth Senate Meeting November 5, 1970 Introduced by Sally Parrott Re it enacted by the Student Associ~tion Senate, State Jniversity College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: The Student Association Senate allot $558.50 to the 3arth Science Club for their budget. Passed 6 in favor 5 opposed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 0th senate Meeting October 29, 1970 Bill # 38 ntroduced by the Chair Be it so enacted by the Student Fssociation Senate, State niversity College of krts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Plssociation Senate allot $2,300 to the Black tudent Union for Activities involvinr "Black Solidarity Day. 'he money would be distributed as follows: lance Troupe$1,000.00 'i lms $1,000.00 khibit$ 300.00 The Bill was amended to resd that the money alloted would ome from the Program Fund. Passed 13 in favor 2 opposed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (3151 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting October 29, 1970 Bill # 39 Introduced by Cindy Hinmsn Be it so enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswepo that: Rpdio Station WOCR be allowed to chan~e its budget in the f ollowinq manner: Kove the funds from the following budget items to budget item P-8 which presently hcs $600. P-5Astrology Show$500.00 B-8Contest Promot?ons$50.00 B-10Promo Gimmicks~150.00 E-15Proffessional Enpineerinp $500.00 E-16Enpineerinp Reference$200.00 This would bring the mount under P-8 to $2,000.00. Tabled 13 in favor 6 opposed RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Essociation State UnS-versity College at Oswego Sen~te 6th Legislative Session October 29, 1970 Bill # 40 Introduced by David Nealon Be it enzcted by the Student A.ssociation Senste, State Jniversity of Prts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student kssociation Senate allot $279.79 from the Program Funds to the Rugby Football Club for their budget. b189.85 alloted for the purchase of 18 shirts at $9.95 per shirt $34.94. alloted for the purchase of 2 Rugby br.11~ at $16.50 per ball. 550.00 Telephone fees for the purpose of contacting other institutions for Fames. $5.00 alloted for postape fees for the purpose of correspondinp with the Rugby Union and other clubs. Vetoed 11/.h/70 brousht up 11/5/70 defeated 13 in favor 3 opposed 5 abstentions RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602



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\P STUDENT ASSOC IATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Student ~siociation State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 October 29, 1970 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $71 be alloted from the Program Fund to cover the expenses for 2 students to go to a VISTA Conference in Vermont, concerning community involvement. Bill was passed 17 in favor RM. 218 HEWlff UNION PHONE (315) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 14th Senate Neeting December 3, 1970 Bill # 42 Introduced by Burt Naznitsky Re it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $150 be alloted from the Program Fund to the Writer's Guild to cover the expenses of 2 visiting poets. Passed 19 in favor 2 opposed RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (515) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 10th Senate Neeting October 29, 1970 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Association Sen~te, State University College of Prts and Sciences at Oswego that: The following items in the Student Assocdation Sen~te and Executive Account be transferred into the item of "Dues." Publications---------------Foreign Students-----------S.A. Lecture Series--------Passed 14 in favor 1 opposed

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'., STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting -. November 5, 1970 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College at Oswego of Arts and Sciences that: A new category be established in the budget of Blackfriars named "Pmahl and the Night Visitors." Also, that $700 be transferred from the category of Sets and Props from the musical production already in the Blackfriars Budget to this new category. Passed 21 in favor RW. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting November 5, 1970 Bill # 45 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: SEANYS be alloted an additional $481.80 from the Program Fund, This money will be used in tb three following areas: I, Educational Conferences A. Eastern States Asstn for ~eacher Education Conference N.Y. CityMcrch 1971 ( 1 faculty and 5 students) 1. Hotel 3 nights G7.50 -$ 22.50 2. Meals 4 days @ 5,00 -20.00 3. Conf. Reg. & Fee -10.00 $ 52.50 x 6 4. Trans. 1st car 680 mi. x .04d $27 20 Car Storage 3 nights 20.00 $362.20 11. SEANYS Dela~ate Assembly N.Y. CITY April 1971( 1 student) 1. Trans. Car 680 mi. x .04# $ 27.00 2. Storage 3 nights 20.00 3. Hotel 3 nights 22.50 4. Meals 3 days 111. A CENTRAL AREA CONFERSNCE ON DRUGG A. Transportation for 10 students, 2 cars,-$13.60 Meals for 10 students @ 2.00

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student P-ssociation State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting November 5, 1970 Bill # 46 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: I. Parking tickets be invzlidated, per the reccommendation of the Traffic fourtts Mernormdwn of Novemberb, 1970, from Oct. 15 through midnight, October 30. 11. &n mecutive Committee shall be appointed to: a. Carry out provisions of this bill. b. Nzke reccommendations as to how tickets recieved during this period should be ref'unded. c. Meet with a committee of representatives of 211 affected groups to establish new guidelines for the campus parking situation, 111. The executive Order to the Traffic Court, directed by the Student Association Senqte, to grant all zppeals is hereby rescinded IV. Old parking replations be in affect until the new guidelines (Art. 11, Section C) be established. V. The Executive Branch of the Student Association shzll be responsible for the enactment of this bill. VI. Students who recieved parkine tickets between 6:oop.m. Oct. 13 and 6:OO w.m. Oct. 15 who f~iled to eppeal shall be allowed to appeal for 48 hours after the appearace of this bill in the Oswegonim. VII. This bill shall supersede Bill # 31, psrsgraph 11. RM. 218 HEWltf UNION PHONE (31s) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 I Student l~ssociation State University College at Oswego Senate -6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting November 5, 1970 Introduced by Dave Nealon Be it enacted by the Student Associstion Senate, State University College at Oswego of Arts and Sciences, that: I. A11 those persons presently having a voting seat in the Senate, and the -:wo students representatives to the Faculty Assembly, may, between May 1 and Mny 10, 1970, by reauest to the Treasurer in writing only, recieve a refund of their Student Body fee for the year 1970-1971 at the rate of $2.00 per senete meeting attended, based on thirty(30) Senate meetings per yesr. Faculty Assembly representatives may recieve a refund at the rate of $2.00 per FaculGy' Assembly meeting attended. No person may recieve a refund of more than the totnl ?mount of their student fee. All'persons who may at one time or another have been se~ted in the Senate with voting priviled~es, but who subseauently resigned their position, end thus are not seated at this time, shall not recieve the benefits of this act, 2nd shall be eligible for refunds. 11. The Sen~te msy determine at the end of each subseauent legislative year whether or not re-funds will again be offered. 611 refunds of Student Body Fees to Senators and Faculty Assembly representatives shall not take place until after that person's tern of office has ended; and shall always follow the procedure and rate outlined in I. sbove. 111. That $1,000.00 be set nside from the Surplus of the 1970-1971 Student Pssoci ation Bud~et for this purpose. Any p~rt or portion of this sum not used for refunds as outlined in I. shove shall revert back into the Surplus. The Bill was tabled RM. 218 HLWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Sen?. t e 6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting November 5, 1970 Be it enacted by the Student Pssociation Senate, St~te University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $1,500 be alloted from the Propram Fund to cover the cost of Dr. Uriy blexandrovich Zamnshkin. Defeated 7 in favor 9 opposed RM. a18 HEWITT UNION PHONE 1315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University college at Oswego Senate 6th LegislatFve Session 11th Senate Yeeting November 5, 1970 Introduced by Joe Hecht Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Becutive Secretary of Student Association be allowed to wear pants while work in^. Passed 7 in favor 5 opposed RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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', STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswepo Senate 6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting Introduced by Mike Anguilio November 5, 1970 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that!. $750 be alloted to the Russian Club from the proprsm FZlnd witlithe stipulation thst the Russian Club raise the additional ?750 required to invite Dr. Alexandrovich Zamashkin. Passed 13 in favor 6 opposed RW. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (318) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 12th Sen2te Meeting November 12, 1970 Bill # 52 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arb. md Sciences at Oswego that: The sum of $2,200, kds that were alloted to B.S.U. for Black Solidarity Day, be transferred to the Black Week Budget. Rafferred to Committee

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Assock tion State University College at Oswego Sen~te 6th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 12, 1970 Bill # 53 Introduced by the Chair Re it en~cted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $200 be alloked to the Spanish Club from the Program l?und tp sponsor a folk singer and guitarist who specializes in LatfnAmerican soncs to perform in the Experimental Theater on November 19. Not brought up RM. 218 HeWlTT UNION PHONE 015) 941-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 L \ 2 Student ?ssociation St ate University College at Oswego Senate 6th Leeislative Session 13th Sennte Meeting November 19, 1970 Bill # 54 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Associ2tion Senate, State IJniversity College at Oswego of ?rts and Sciences th-.?t: T, That all orpanizations whose members recieve academic credit for their activities henceforth recieve no Student Association funds. TI. That this blll take affect in the 1971-1972 fiscal year. Passed 19 in favor 1 opposed

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate bth Legislative Session 12th Senate iIeeting November 12, 1970 :entroduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Associatidn Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: $200 be alloted to the Spanish Club from the Program Fund to sponser a folk singer and guitarist who specializes in Latin-American sones to perform fn th6 Experimental Theater on November 19. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student ~ssociation State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 14th Senste Meeting December 3, 1970 Introduced by Dave Nezlon Be it enscted by the Student Pssociation Senate, State University College of F,rts and Sciences at Oswego, that: The Parapsychology Club recieve the following funds from the program fund. A. Publicity and Experimentation 1. Ditto masters $10.00 2. Ditto papers $25.00 3. Poster papers $15.00 4. Magic Markers $ 3.00 '$53.Ti0 Total B. Office Supplies 1. Stationary $25.00 2. Postage $20.00 '$45.00 Total C. Speakers 1. Speakers compensation $100.00 2. speakers transportation$100.00 $200.00 Tot a1 TOTAL REQUEST -$298.00 Defeated 3 in favor 16 Against RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (31s) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student 4ssociation State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting Bill # 57 Introduced by Dave Nealon December 10, 1970 Be it enacted by the Student hssociation Senate, State University College of P.rts and Sciences at Oswego, That: The amount of $400 be alloted from the Program Fund to the Lee Hall Recreation Budget, and that life guards be paid $1.50 an hour. Lee Hall pool would not be open at the same time that Laker Hall pool is open. Passed 22 in favor RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (3151 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting December 3, 1970 Bill # 58 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of >rts and Sciences at Oswego that: $35.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to Women's Liberation to cover the cost of films. Passed Unanimously RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE L315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association St ate University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting December 10, 1970 Bill #. 59 Introduced by Dave Nealon and Karen Wright Be it enacted by the Student Essociation Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 11 bills introduced before the Student Association Senate be given a mandatory waiting period of three (3) days before a Senate vote may be taken. Defeated 9 in favor 13 opposod RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting December 10, 1970 Bill # 60 Introduced by Dave Nealon Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of arts and Sciences at Gswego, that: The following budget be approved by the Senate for the Lacrosse Club: Uniforms: 24 shirts @&.SO $108.00 24 shorts G33.95 94.80 39 numerals @, .67 26.13 Equipment: 2 dozen balls $9.00 a dozen $18.00 Referees: 2 referees for 2 games $25.00 per game $50.00 TOTAL $296.93 Refferred to Committee RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Associstion State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 14, 1970 Bill # 61 Introduced by Dave Nealon Be it enacted by the Student Pssoci~tion Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: The sum of $35.00 be alloted to the Italian Club from the Program Fund for expenses concerning the showing of a film. Passed Unanimously RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 17th Senzte Meeting January 6, 1971 Bill .# '62 Introduced by Don Beaumont Be it enzcted by the Student Association Senete, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Orzel Bialy be alloted the following Fund: 3 white mimeo psper 20 masters (asst. colors) 2 notebooks for secreterial minutes 1 Guide to Robert's Rules of Order 1 ledger acct book for Treasurer 100 U.S. postage stcamps 5 packs of business envelopes # stationary for club use 5 ball point pens for club use 2 carbon pgper packs # misc. rubber bands, paper clip, Pencils, etc.... Activity Program Polka Dance funds from the Program Price -$1.50 .06 70 4.00 70 .06 17 7 .29 Tot a1 mo 1.20 1.40 4.00 70 6.00 85 5.00 2.45 48 5.00 State tax 1.00 Total 'Tg3s cost of bend $150.00 decorations, tickets, etc..... 25.00 publicity posters, etc... 20 00 unexpected expenditures 50 00 Total $-.0( Running Expenses $32.58 Activity Propem a5.00 Grand Total $= -RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO,NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 7, 1971 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: The following policy, procedure and schedule be implemented for the operation and execution of the annual Student Association all-campus election. I. Schedule a. February 4, 1971, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. petitions be available at residence hall's main desks, and Student Association office, Room 218 Hewitt Union. b. March 3, 1971, 4:30 p.m. all petitions must be turned in at Student Association office before that time. c. March 4, 1971, 1:00 a.m., an official slate of candidates will be posted in the lobhy of Hewitt Union. d. February 8, 1971, to midnight of March 14, 1971, campaipning may occur. (see Sec. IV, para. Dl e. March 15 G 16, 1971, elections will be held in the following places at the times indicated: 1. Residence hall main desks, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 2. Hewitt Union lobby (counter area) 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 3. OntarioHall lobby, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. RW. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3601

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f. March 16, 1971, 7:00 p.m. until finished counting of ballots in Hewitt Union. Only complete results will be announced for each position as the counting is finished. Results will be announced inmediately upon availability over WOCR and by way of poster in Union lobby, also in the next edition of the Oswegonian. g. March 18, 1971, Senate Meeting request approval of elections. 11. Communication Senatfirs will announce policy, procedure and schedule in their respective living areas. WOCR public service announcements Newspaper 1. week of February 8-12, explanatory articles and regulations printed in Oswegonian. 2. advertisement (3 columns x3 inches) every week starting February 12 to March 12, 1971. Two sets of posters, to be placed in 11% all dining halls 2) all residence halls 3) Hewitt Union b) Ontario Hall, Sheldon, Tyler, Mahar, Lanigan, and Penfield Library. 111. Cooperation a. Senators are required to supply the Election Committee with the nanes of ten (10) responsible people from their living area who have'agreed to execute election in that' living area, (Greeks and commuters excepted) by March 4, 1' IV. Method of Control a. On campus residents will vote in the living center in which they reside. Colle~e I.D.'s will be checked and punched and a students name will be checked off a master occupancy

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list as certified by individual dorm directors. The letter (0) in SUCO on the S.A. Card will be punched. Off campus residents will vote in either Park Hall or Hewitt Union lobby. College I.D.'s will be punched and a list of those who reside off campus will be checked. I. (ONLY OFF CAMPUS GREEKS WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE FOR b +. GREEK SENATORS) L c. No candidate will spend more than $600.00 on their campaign. $ No group of candidates-will spend over $1,500.00 on campaign 1. a group of candidates is defined to be: a group of '* ) *students running on 'a. part; system; i e last year s "U.S.P." 2. All expenditures of monies, regardless of the source, &. must be registered with the Election Committee Financial Secretary, before March 10, 1971. Any candidate or group of candidates running together 3 shall automatically forfeit his, her, or their candidacy if found in violation of this clause. d. The person or persons who is in control of that voting poll shall remove all candidate's posters, pictures, flyers, etc. by Monday, March 15, 1971, at 8:00 am. within: a% 1. Residence hall lobby area 2. Hewitt Union entire lobby from stairs west to entrance 3. Ontario Hall foyer of 1st floor. 4 e. There will be no loitering of candidates with in 50 ft. of the polling area. f. A candidate running for the election of any office may not work at the polling booth. g. Residence halls if a candidate works at the desk in that hall and is scheduled to work one of the days during the

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page 4 election, he must be relieved from that position for those days. Enumeration a. There shall be one senator elected for approximately every 200 students in each living center as follows: 1. Lonis-Moreland 1 senator 2. Johnson Hall 1 senator 3. Riggs Hall 1 senator 4. Waterbury Hall 1 senator 5. Scales Hall 1 senator 6. Funnelle Hall 2 senators 7. Hart Hall 2 senators 8. Seneca Hall 3 senators 9. Cayuga Hall 2 senators 10. Onondaga Hall 3 senators 11. Oneida Hall 2 senators 12. Greeks 2 senators 13. Commuters 12 senators b. These figures are based on the total projected number of full-time undergraduate students E graduate students living in each area next fall. See Para. X. VI. Petition Procedure a. Positions open and number of signatures required tions; signatures must be from one constituency. can sign more than one petition for that office. for posiA person 1. President E Vice President 100 signatures 2. Faculty Assembly 75 signatures 3. Faculty Student Association 50 signatures (1 sophomore, 1 junior, 1 senior)

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4. Senators VII. Qualificaticns 'd. signatures For President ant ice President, ,see Article 11, Section I, Part 2 of S.A. Constitution. For Senator, see Article I, Section 11, Part 2 of S.A. Constitution. For all other positions: 1. an accumulative grade point index of at least the college minimum for good academic standing 2. a regularly enrolled full-time undergraduate student at S.U.C.O. 3. class standing as indicated in Part IV above (the candidates for the position of Faculty Assembly Representatives may be freshmen, sophomores, or juniors. Class standing indicated for candidates for positions on F.S.A., refer to class standing at the beginning of the fall semester, 1971. Those elected to office will not take office until that time. Explanaticn of offices 1. Senator representative elected by housing units or commuters to represent students in the policy making branch of the Student Body. Senate meetings held weekly; Monday at 5:00 p.m. Petitions require 35 signatures. One Senator from Cayuga, Funnelle, and Scales. 2. Faculty Assembly Representative: Represents Student Body to the Faculty Assembly meetings; has a voting seat there; has a speaking seat

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSVdEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Levislative Session 18th Senate Meeting January 14, 1971 Be it enncted by the Student Pssoci-tion Senate, State University Collepe of P.rts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Ski Club be rlloted 5900 to subsidise a trip to Gore 14ountain during intersession, md an additional $100 for 8 one day ski trip to Labrador Mountain, Defeated 7 in favor 13 against RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (3151 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Leeislative Session 18th Senate Meeting January 14, 1971 Bill # 65 Introduced by Don Beaumont Be it enected by the Student Pssocietion Senate, State University Colle~e of 4rts and Sciences at Oswego that: Fn extra $200 be alloted to Orzel Bialy to be used rs "working money'! on the upcoming dsncg swonsered by this club to be taken from the Program Fund. This money is to be used for the purpose of purchasine food to be' served at the dance. Be it also enacted that Orzel Rialy be allowed to charre admission tickets to S.A. holders for this dance, the purpose being to help cover the cost of the Polish food beins served. Defeated 6 in favor 10 Opposed RM.218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senote 6th Legisletive Session 18th Senate Meeting Bill .1166 January 14, 1971 Introduced. by Don Beaumont Be it enrcted by the Student Assoctation Senrte, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: 3300 be approprir?ted from the Promam Fund for Orsel Bi~ly. To be used for the purchasin~ of Polish Cuisine to be served at the upcomine Polka dance on February 13, 1971. This money would be used to supplement the polka dmce by shoving an additional aspect of the Polish Culture. Defeated

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STUDENT ASSOCiATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 16, 1971 Bill #. 67 Introduced by Jim Wallace Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of arts and Sciences at Oswego, That: The amount of $302.00 be alloted fd om the Propram Fund to the French Forum, so that they may purche.se three films. Passed Unanimously RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student As socistion St ate University Colle~e at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Sem te Meeting February 16, 1971 Introduced by Rick Handley Be it enacted of the Student Associatian of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: The amount of $550.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to Student P.ssociation Finance Department to cover the cost of auditing Student Association accounts. Passed Unanimously RM.218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3502

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'4 V L Student Association' State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 16, 1971 Introduced by Tom Dydyk Bill ,#69 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, college of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Oswego Chamber Singzrs, a singing group of 16-22 members, be alloted $260.00 from the Program Fund to defray the costs of performing with the orchestra this semester and to give a concert of their own. The expenses include: Taping @ $3.00/hour $15.00 Lighting @ $2.00/hour 10.00 Posters @ $.15 a piece 25.00 Programs 25.00 Concert Props 35.00 This includes material for a table covering, and other necessary props. This is only an initial expense which should not appear hereafter. Music $130.00 20 copies of Cantatai @ $2.5O/copy $50.00 20 copies of Madrigal Book @ $3.0O/copy 60.00 20 copies of a different Bach @ $ .3O/copy 20.00

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 16, 1971 Bill 170 Introduced by Donn Latt Be it enacted by the Student ~ssociation'senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Spanish Club be alloted $160.90 from the Program Fund to show three award winning films by Spanish and Mexican producers. The expenses for the films are: La Casa 88 minutes $60.00 Mequelin 63 minutes 37. 50 Dona Barbara 137 minutes 45.00 Projectionist 11.40 mailing E insurance 7.00 Total \ $160.90 Passed 20-0

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Semte Meeting February 16, 1971 Bill # 71 Introduced by the Chair Re it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego That: $2000.00 be alloted to the Black Student Union from Propram Fund to cover expenses for "To Be Youn~, Gifted and Black'! to be presented April 18th, during Black Week. Passed Unanimously 2-16-71 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student As sociation St ate University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 16, 1971 Bill # 72 Introduced by John Levlne Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego th2t: The Pendulum be instructed to submit two budgets, one a magazine and one for e newspaper. The choice of its form of existence will be left to the staff, it the budget is passed. Passed 10 in favor 4 opposed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 16,1971 Bill #73 Introduced by Mark Koller Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The League of Art Students be alloted the amount of $100.00 from the Program Fund. Passed Unanimously

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO-, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association St ate Unrversity College at Oswego Sen:) t e 6th Legislative Session 20th Senate Neeting February 22, 1971 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego th~t: The Senate and Executive Account of the Student Association be increased by the following amounts: A. Office Supplies $1500.00 B. Secretarial Passed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session X)th Senate Meeting February 23, 1971 Introduced by Election Committee Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Write-in candidates must gain a minimum of 5% of the total number of votes cast by thbse voting for the particular position in order to qualify to hold that position, md must qualify according to the Student Associationts Constitution. Passed Unanimously RM. 218 WEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION -SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 22, 1971 Bill # 76 Be it enacted of the Studenb Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Executive and Senate account of the Student Association be granted $300.00 to complete a study of previous Student Association Administrations. This will cover the cost of labor and of compiling volumes of all bills and resolutuions passed during previous administrations. Passed RM. 218 HEWllT UNION PHONE (31s). 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 6 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Stud-ent ~ssociation State University College at Oswego Senate6th Legislative Session 20th Senate >Ieeting February 22, 1971 Bill # 77 Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Irts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas: The Concert Assembly program will be running in deficit starting the week of 2/21/71 and, Whereas: The Student,kssociation is obligated to meet the debts of the Concert !-ssembly Committee as contracted throu@ the remainder of the 1970-1971 academic year. The Student Association treasurer be authorized to increase the budget allotment of the Concert Assembly Committee on a week to week basis as deficit spending is incurred. The total increase shall not exceed $9,000.00. Passed RM. 218 WEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 \

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 23 19 71 Bill #78 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that.: $845.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to sponsor three groups : A. Fredonia Jazz Ensemble $100.00 C. Chamber Music Group 300.00 D. Commission 75.00 E. Additional Expenses 20.00 TOTAL $845.00 These events will all be held in Hewitt Union with an announcement in the Oswegonian prior to each event. Passed Unanimouslv ,' P' c/'

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 22, 1971 Bill # 79 Be it enzcted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of F.rts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senate and Executive ccount of the Student Pssociation be increased by the following amounts: A. Office Su~plies $1 500.00 B. Secretsrial 900.00 RM. 218 UEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association St ate University Collep at Oswego Senzte 6th Legislative Session February 23, 1971 Introduced by Burt Naznitskg Be it enacted of the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Prts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Vice President appoint a committee consisting of two Senators, one member of the Senate Finance Committee, one member of the budyet Council md one member of the K.U. Prograrmninp Staff md znyone else who wmts to go crazy to investigafe the possibilities of the S.A. sponsoring a popular concert this spring. Passed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3802



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Sennte 6th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 23, 1971, Introduced by Donn Latt Be it enncted of the Student Associetion of the State University of New York Colle~e of A-rts and Sciences at Oswego to: Provide $800.00 from the Program Fund to finance and sponsor competition for a memorial to remember all those 1.7ho have died in the Vietn~m conflict. The $800.00 is a maximum for the >reject, md if it costs less, the remainder will be returned to Student Association. Competition is to be open to the collere community only. The Art or Industrial Arts Department will supervise the project. The War Dead Connittee, Lrt or Industri~l rts De~artment and the Budaet' Council are charged. with the responsibility of ma kin^ sure the money is used correctly. This memorial shall make no poltic~1 statement. Referred to Committee RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 \

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State Universi2;y Coll3ge at Oshrego Senate 6th Legislativs Session 20th Senate Heeting February 22, 1971 Bill 3 82 Be it enacted of the Student Association or' tie State Universitp of New Trork Colleqe ol" -4rts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Aesoci?.tion, along with the Drug Crisis Canter, co-snonsol* a d~urr: bust alert for the entire CZ:q~us. T~L Crisis Center y--ill be infoxnation cente~ in the casl: of a bust on canqus 0:. in the area. It ;:ill i>elay tne infomation it ~ecieves to selected dorrnitoi*ies on t;le cazgus, WAO in turn :-~511 s~read t:lis inform?.tion to the rest of -;n2 CaZpUs. Introduczd b~r Dave pol~"*r.d and liichael Brody RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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1. % Student Association %State University College at Oswego Senate w 6th Legislative Session wy. 21st Senate Meeting Bill #83 Introduced by Mike Brody March 2, 1971 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Lacrosse Club be alloted the amount of $283.13 from the Program Fund so that they may purchase the following equipment: AMOUNT 24 ITEM PRICE Shirts (Jerseys $4.50 TOTAL $108 .OO Numerals .67 26.13 Balls 1.00 24.00 Referees 100.00. 100.00

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Student ~ssociation State University College at Oswego 'Senate 6th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting March 2, 1971 Bill #84 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Writer's Guild be alloted the amount of $205.00 from the Program Fund for the purpose of bringing a poet by the name of Mr. Anthony Hecht to Hewitt Union on April 16, 1971. $200.00 will cover Mr. Hecht's fee and transportation 5.00 in order to cover his meals. TOTAL $205.00 Passed 1 Opposed

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Student Association state University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting March 2, 1971 Bill #85 Introduced by Senate Finance Committee Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Biology Club be alloted $200.00 from the Program Fund to present Mr. Bill Anderson in a program entitled "Designs for Survival.'' This program will be held March 15th at 8:00 P.M., in the Hewitt Union Ballroom. Defeated 9 'for 11 against

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STUDENT ASSOCiATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State Uni~e~sitg College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Se~cion 21st Senate I-Ieeting March 2, 1971 Be it enacted b.7 the Student Association Senate of the State gniveraity of New Yorlc, Colleze of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Black Studsgt Union be alloted friorn the Progrm ~?md $~,000,00 for tke following entertainment during Black Week. April 23 Roy Aires $1,830 Leon Taomas 2, GOO -4pril 19-34 Black Boutique 400 -4~ril 20 Fashion Show Band 200 Hiscellaneous 100TOTAL $5,000 Passed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting March 2, 1971 Bill #87 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego 'that : $480.00 be re-alloted to the Swimming Budget for four (4) swimmers to participate in the NCAA College ~ivision Meet to be held on March 17, 18, 19 and 20, 1971, in Springfield Massachusetts. Tentative Budget Traveling expenses by Faculty Student car to Springfield (650 miles) Lodging for five people (Coach Howard included, for four nights) Mdls Entry Fee Miscellaneous TOTAL $480.00 Passed /

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St'udent Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 21st Senate Keeting March 2, 1971 Bill #88 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University bf New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $1548.00 be alloted to the Wrestling' Budget for five (5) wrestlers to go to the MCAA Wrestling Tournanent on March 11, 1971 in Fargo, North Dakota. Tentative Sudget Air travel (five wrestlers and coach) $1142.00(round-trip: Entry Fee 20.00 Food E Lodging 336 .OO Car Rental 50.00 TOTAL $1548.00 Passed Unanimously

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State Unive~si tCollege at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Ses~ion 22nd Senate Meeting March 11, 1972 Introduced by the Chai~ Be it eqacted bthe Student 4ssociation Senate 02 the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Osxego that: The Oswego Hosoital ~?und be alloted ;;2211.25 to complete the $5,000 pledge made b~ the Studont Association. Tabled RM. El8 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 4 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate. 6th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Xeeting March 11, 1971 Bill # 90 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of !Jew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $33,000.00 be alloted for a Student Association Activities Week, April 25th thru ilay 3.rd, under the chairmanship of R. David Field. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (311) 341-3802

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r Student Association kt% State University College at 0.swego Senate I 6th Legislative Session 1 c 22nd Senate Meeting 1 r# ..I + Bill #91 I h w March 11, 1971 Be it enacted bv the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $33,000 be alloted for a Student Association Activities Week, April 25th thru May 3rd, under the chairmanship of R. David Field. PASSED Unanimously

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-1. John Denver 2. Folk Singers (2) 3. Wednesday Union 4. Wednesday Movie 5. Thursday Union SUGGESTED BUDGET 6. Friday Double Feature 7. Saturday Circus 8. Saturday Double Feature 9. Jam Session 10. Fire Works 11. Concert 12. Minor Events \ 13. Publicity E Administration TOTAL

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Sunday, April 25 Monday, April 26 Tuesday, April 27 Wednesday, A~ril 28 Thursday, April 29 11:oo 1:oo 5:OO 6:30 Lee Hall Mackin Hall Lakeside Littlepage Cooper Pathfinder Tyler Hall Union Lounge Littlepage Lakeside Tyler Hall Ballroom / Union Lounge Pathfinder Cooper Tyler Hall (John Denver) Folk Singer (a) Folk Singer (a) Folk Singer (b) Folk Singer (a) Folk Singer (b) "Taming of the Shrew" (Rock group) Folk Singer (a) Folk Singer (b) !'Taming of the Shrew" Movie (Jazz group) Folk Singer (a) Folk Singer (b) "Taming of the Shrew"

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Fridav. A~ril 30 Saturday, May 1 Sunday, May 2 Monday, May 3 8:15 Mackin Hall Learning Resources Formal Lounge Tyler Hall Union South Athletic Field North Athletic Field Learning Resources Union Lakeside Laker Hall \ Tyler Hall ~olk Singer (b) Double Feature Folk Singer (a) "Taming of the Shrew" Magician Double Header Baseball Circus Double Feature Jam Session Fire Works Concert Choralaires Concert

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OTHER ACTIVITIES Free cokes in the Uni.on. A booth in the Union for information. This will also be the center for give away items.( Cheese samples, balloons etc. Ice cream cones free in the academic plaza on Friday afternoon. Free hot dogs and soda at the baseball game. Beer will be available at cost. Possibly a picnic lunch before the concert. A party for those who Collecting for Campus worked on the week. Chest

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 6 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University Collede kt Osweeo Senate bth Legislative Session 22nd Senate :leetine March 11, 1971 Bill # 92 Introduced by Don Beaumont Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego, that funds be alloted in the amount of $2,503 from the program fund and or reserve fund so that they may purchase the following equipment: From the Chute Sho~ I3ain Parachute Coinplete (2 each) 28' pioneer "Lopo" 1.6 oz. w/risers with harness and ejectors and D rinss sleeve and iIA-1 $3j2,50 each Para Comander Conple te PC JarB I w/harness ,and ejectors and d rings 3 pin cont. and ripcord sleeve, PC pilot chute (40") 241 Ripstop Heserve Co:iplete ( 2 each) 2&' 1.1 oz. ripstop canopy -. t~/ripcord and ballybamd $s8.00 each w/ripcord and ballyband packed/ready to jump nylon curved corit 261 Conical Lopo Reserve Conplete 26' conical 1.6 oz canopy w/tso mod shor~ risers and ripcord curved nylon cont. and bellyband $177.50 Ma-! kicker plate $b.SC) Break Cord Static Line (2each) whilitary type slide hook $5.3~ each Fluch Panel (,2 each) $b.50 each From Parachutes Incorporated 7. Altimaster (j each) $39.95 each 8. PI Stopwatch ( 2 each) $14.75 each $29.50 9. Wrist Xount for Altimaster $ 4.50 10. Wind Drift Indicator (bdoz) $21.75 RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 11. Cotton Cord pb for statiac lines and tacking 12. Line Rertainer bands, rubber, one lb. From Parachutes Incorporated 13 Tension board ( 2 each) $b.75 each 14. 1 lb. shot bag (b each) $1 each 15. 2% lb shot bas (j each) $2.50 each 1. Line Sepatator (2 each) $1.35 17. 1% shot conversion kit 18. Ripcord Simulator (2 each$2.40 each) 19. Pilot chute assist system ( 2 each) $3.70 20. Sentinel ( 2 each) 129.50 each 21. Sentry ( 2 each) $47.50 each 22. Professional Instructoras has been done with other organizntions in the past, we ssk Sa $0 fund halt the cost of the first jump lesson an amount which would cost the student $ji).03. There are approximately 40 students who will be jumping for the first time. 23. Ofi'ice suppliesfor poster paper, markers, films, stationary, publicity. etc..

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. STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University Ccllege at Oswego Ser,ate 6th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Keeting arch 18, 1971 Bill #93 Introduced by Karen Wright Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate cf the State University of Kew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: I. That all organizations whose members receive academic crec?it fcr sheir activities henceforth receive no Student Assocjation funds. 11, That this bill take affect in the 1972-73 fiscal year o 111. This bill renders Fill #54 null and void, PASSED 14 IN FAVOR

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February 26, 1971 We are writing in regard to Bill No. that was passed by the Senate. We, as the'presidents of the various music organizations are very concerned about the futures of our groups. We understand your concern about funding academic organizations and we agree the state should and will take over financial responsibility as soon as possible. We have been assured that the state will assume financial responsibility as of 1972-73. The problem we are facing now is that state budgets are made out tigo years in advance, so that for the 1971-72 academic year no funds have been able to be allotted. The budgets of these organizations for the 1970-71 year totaled $17,893. Dr. Boyd, Chairman of the Nusic Department, informed us that only $4,00O~can possibly be made available next year to help cover the total expenses of all the organizations. The 250 members of these organizations petition the Senate to continue with the support you have given us for one more year. We urge you to amend your bill to read: "This will go into effect as of the 1972-73 academic year." Sincerely, \ The Presidents of the Music Groups &QZ'// pf,rn Pres., Choralaires m., Menv s Glee Cld

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Associafion State UniversitCollege at OSW~~O Senate 6th Legislative Sesion 23rd Senate 1heting Introduced bthe Chair Be it enacted by? the Student Association Sonate, State University Colle.-e of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: Vega be alloted the appropriate funds from t'ne Studen;; -bsociation ?or a speaker to perrorm at the Honor's ~0nvocakion (May 5 0,19) Tram the follor~ing pi-eferential list: Pee F'XD ense s 1. A1 Car>n $~~oo.OO $2-03.00 2. David Sucslrind $2500.00 200.00 3. David 3~inkle>33500. 00 200.00 4. Sen. Ibp~ham Zibicoff ~32000.00 200.00 5. Sen. '.fa:me Jorse -i1500. SO 200.30 6. Jer--qosenbe13g 3 7;;O.OO 7. Pie-re Salil>ger .31750.00 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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L -I b STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE \ A STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 .L ./ 5 % Ir + L _-Y % Student Association i aState University College at Oswego Senate !/ 6th Legislative Session \i 24th Senate Meeting . March 24, 1971 s. % h4 Bill #95 4 SP Be it enacted by the student Association of the State $ University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1 The Black Student Union be alloted $3250.00 from Surplus to be used for the following activities 44. I' ( which will be held during Black Week: . 17 Jam' Session "Kool and the Gang" $1700.00 b 1. Band Jazz Grcup after Fashion Show "Bobby Hamiltcn Quintet" 300.00 . i*. Speaker Minister Lewis Farrakhan 750.00 C Films "Riot", "Stagger Lee ," "What Do You People \*:antf' ;I' 200.00 I p ?) Fashion Show (All Clothing to be offered for sale) 300.00 1 TOTAL $3250 .OO e :I I I + s PASSED . i'. '+ C \ RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 f

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE : p. it !. A STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Ib Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 23,. 1971 Bill $96 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $450.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to Vega for a speaker for Honors Convocation. PASSED 13-2

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March '23, 1971 Bill $97 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Elections shall be held next fall for any housing units which change from nale to female and visa versa. k" (-1 1 !I. RM. 218 HEWlTf UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 &dent ~ssociation State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting Bill #98 March 23, 1971 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Black Student Union be allowed to charge $1.00 surcharge to F.S.A. and S.A. card holders to the Roberta Flack RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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'Z STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting April 8, 1971 Be it enacted bv the Student Association Senate of the state University of New of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The following be pla$ed before on the student body for the purpose of a campus refurendurn. That this question be, placed on the election ballot of April 15 and that no later than Monday of that week shall the student body be iqf ormed that this question will appear: Yes No Sport Men's Intercolle~iate Athletics Baseball ~asketball Cross Country Golf Hockey Soccer Swimming Tennis Track Wrestling Women's Varsity Sports Organization Field Hockey Volleyball RM. El8 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3302

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Women's Varsity Sports Organization (Cont'd) Yes Sport Tennis Golf Swimming Basketball Bowling Softball

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO-, NEW YORK 13126 Studen-i Associetion State UniversitCollege at Oswego Senate 6tln Legislative Sec sion 25th Senate Iketinp; April 6, 1971 An act to amend the Student Associntio~ Constitutian as currentl:: a3proved. Article I, Section 111, 23 : All senate::. shsll be elected 2-i; the time 02 tha all Cmpus election s'lall be chan2ed to read: All senators shall be elected et the tine of the all-cawus elections. There shall be ',-.YO elections, ons in the sp2ing-senester and one in the fall semester at es.ch tine half' of tile senata shall be elrcted, Passed RM. 218 HEWIT' UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student :-~ssociation State Unive~sitg College at Os:.iego Senate 6th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meetin? April 8, 1971 Be it enacte3 b-the Student Association Senate of thz State University or' Nsw Yo&, College 02 Arks and Scia-ices at O,x.?e,qo that: :%!00,00 be allotnd ?.?on the Program fund to :he Senate-Zxecutive 3,men~es, fo;. the purpose or" incmasing the sa1ar:of the C'-:.iel" Justice of the Sucrene Court. Tabled RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UFdlVERSlTY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Staden? hzociation Stzts Unive~si ty Coil ege at Oswego Senate 6th LegislatLv.3 Ses* ion 25th Ssnsze ~~Ieeti~? April 8, 1971 Bill # 102 Introduced by the Cha.ir Be it gnactej bthe Student Associ-tion Senate of the State Universitof New York, College of Arts end Sciences at Os--ego t!:~t: The "ulacl: Student Union be allotea the amount or $2,000 lo? expenses to be incuzred during Black Week f su:plus, Passed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATiON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Associr tion State Unive~si ty College at Oswego Senate 6th Leaislativ.? Ses~ ion 25th Senate Zleetinrz April 8, 1971 Bill 2 103 Introduced by Donn Latt An act to a~end t?;~ Student Association 2ons-iitutio;z as currently a??roved, Add a ti4 to ilrticle I, Section I11 fo read: Tile fa~~~lt~~, teachin2 pe~son2l art time and full tine, of State Univey~ jc~Colle~e ~t Oswego shall have one seat on the Sena-Le foever7 200 nenbers or greater thepeof and that these nenbzrs shgll be elected by tne 3'acnl t:~ Asseribly -~-~ough means theconsider necessaT-y and FFoper. Passed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College ac Oswego Senate 6th Le~islative Session 25th Senate I4eeting April 8, 1971 Be it enacted bthe S-Lrtdeni; Association Senate, Stake University of ETew York College at Osi.~ego that: Tne Spaaish 2lu.b be al1oted 61?~,00 in order to bi-irg Pedro Juan Soto to Oswego f20n the Program -"und. h50,OCI for lecture Passed

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State UniversitCollege at Oswezo Senate 6th Legislative Sesa ion 25th Senat e 14eetinz April 8, 1971 Bill ," 10.5 Be it enacted by the Stude~: Association Senate of the State University of New York, Solleqe of Arts and Sciences at Osxego tb.t : Bill ,: 7!1-, Article IV, Section C, number 2 be changed from "April 8, to "-qpr5.l 13:', and read as follows: All expenditul=er or nonies regardless of the source, must be reqistered l~ith the Elsction Committee Financial secretary, before A~ril 13, 1971. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 ,.lo:? Student Azsocia+' State UniversitCol lege at Oswego Sena.ie 6th Legialativs Session 26th Senate lleeting April 15, 1971 Sill i# 107 Introduced by the C'nair Be it enacted b:? the Student Association Senate of tnc State U~iversity College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Treasurer be instructed to sell th Student Associztion Car. Passed 10-3 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Associe:ion dtate Uni~e~sitColleae at Osxego Senate 6th Legislative Session 26th Senate EIeeting April 15, 1971 Bill # 108 Introduced by tl?e Chair An act to anznd the Student Association Constitution as currentl-7 ap~roved. Add a #3 to Article I, Section 111 to read: All Senators sh;ll be elected at the tine 02 tho all canpus electio~s, 2nd shall hold office for one gear Comencing the first day of the first xonth after the election, RM. 218 WEWITT UNION PHONE (3151 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO., NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting Bill #lo9 Introduced by the Chair April 22, 1971 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Association Budget for the 1971-72 fiscal year be $258,196.76 PASSED 20-1 \ RM. 218 HEWKT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswepo Senate 6th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 22, Bill I110 Introduced by Rick Handley Be it enacted by the Student Association Sen ate of the State University college of New York at Oswego that: The Student Association Fee for the 1971-72 academic year shall be $22.50 per semester for all full-time undergraduate students. ), PASSED UNANIMOUS4Y I-.. iRM. 218 HEWITT UNION PUONE 4315) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 22, 1971 Bill #11-1 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senior Committee be alloted $1800.00 to subsidize a Senior clam bake. $1500.00 will'be applied towards 50% of a $6.00 ticket cost per senior in attendance. $300.00 will be alloted for a band at the event. PASSED RM. 218 UEWlTT UNION PHONE (315'l 341-3502

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 I' B Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting ApriL 22, 1971 Bill $11.2 Intr~duced by Jill Wallace Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $300.00 be alloted from Surplus to S.A.M. to be used to help defray the expenses of medical supplies and transportation for students going to Washington. I PASSED 16-2 RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 4 OSWEGO..NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting April 29, 1971 Bill ff113 Introduced by Donn Latt Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $398.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to the Order of Prometheus in order for them to participate in a Conference of Veterans on Campus. The Conference will be held out of state. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY \ RM. 218 HEVTT UNION PilONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE @ OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 22, 1971 Bill #I14 Introduced by Mike Brody Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of State University of New York, College of Arts and Scien at Oswego that: the ces $194.25 be all~ted from Surplus to the Rugby Club. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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I I\ lSTUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting ~~ril 29, 1971 Bill #116 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Association Constitution as approved by amended, and that: Article 11, Section I, Number I be deleted in its entirety, and that: Article 11, Section I, Number I be replaced by the following: "The executive power shall be vested in the Student Association President, who shall together with the Student Association Vice President, be elected by an All-Campus Election. The All-Campus Election shall be held at the earliest practical date during the period from the Fifteenth of March to the Fifteenth of April. The President, Vice President and Senate shall hold office as of, the First Day of May, or as soon thereafter as possible if a particular election is contested in the Student Association Supreme Court. The President, Vice President And Senate shall hold office until April 30th of the following year except in cases where a particular election has been contested in the Student Association Supreme Court. In that particular case, the President, Vice President and Senate shall hold office until such time as the Student Association Supreme Court reaches a decision." RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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, STUDENT ASSOCiATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 1 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting April 29, 1971 Bill $117 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association President be empowered by the Senate to conduct a Campus-Wide Referendum concerning Bill #116. The results of said referendum shall be reported by midnight April 30, 1971. 21 in Favor \ J RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHOHE (315) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO,' NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 29th Senate Keeting April 29, 1971 Bill #I18 Introduced by Ron Sears Be it enacted 3y the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: A fee of $3.00 be charged to all undergraduate students attending the ~e~ular Session of Summer Session, 1971 at the State University College at Oswego, for the purpose of programming and administering activities. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PilONE (31.5) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting April 29, 1971 Bill #I19 Introduced by Donn Latt Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswega that: $5,8BD be taken from the Surplus Fund, and deposited into the Program Fund. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATI0I.d STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 131 26 Student Associatjon State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 29th Senate Eeeting April 29, 1971 Bill # 12 0 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences Oswego that: The Senate shall establish a standing committee for the Free University. The Free University Comittee shall consist of three students, one of whom shall be a cember of the Student Senate. These students shall be a~pointed by the President, of Student Association, with the consent of the Student Senate. The Free University Committee shall, through a budget determined annually by the Student Senate, offer noncredit courses to the colle~e connunity, and shall be empowered to provide the necessary materials, and publicity to assist those individuals offering courses under the auspices of the Free University. Any individual or group of individuals mav participate in the teaching of the Free University provided that they meet the following criteria. a. The course taught must be of redeeming educational value as determined by the Free University Committee. b. A course outline must be presented to the Free University Committee for approval, and followed throughout the course. c. Any individual wishing to teach a course under the auspices of the Free University must display to the Comittee that he has some background in the area which he is teaching. RM. 218 HEWI~T UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 -

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d. No course may be offered more than once Der semester. e. Each course must consist of at least three, and not more than eight, classes each semester. f. Courses must be approved for each semester they are to be taught. g. Classes must be held in a time and place ap~roved by the Committee. The Corninittee shall be em~owered to fix a sti~end not to exceed $5.00, per hour-cf class ti~e for teachinp participants, and provded that no more than two individuals are sinultaneously drzwing a stipend for the same course at the sane hour. PASSED



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State gniversity College at Osuego Senate 6th Legislative Session 2nd Senate [Ieeting Resolution # 1 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Yew York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Robert .'lcCorrnack act as representative for insurance at S.U.C.O. for the 1970-1971 academic year. Passed Unanimously 21-0-3 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Resolution # 2 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Jew York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Robert IkCormack act as representative for insurance at S,U,C .O. for the 1970-1971 academic year. Passed 21-0-0 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State Universi ty Colleze at Osw8ego Senate t 6th Legislative Session 4th Senate Xeeting September 17, 1970 Resolution # 3 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: In view. of the fact that President James Perdue has abolished the police powers of the Carzpus Security Force, that He, President Perdue, be held responsible for the safety and security of life, property, and civil rights, of' the Student Body. Tabled RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORM 13126, Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate Oth Legislative Session October 8, 1970 7th senate ifleeting Re;solution # 4 Introduced by Tom Fisher Be it so enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: This body demands of the administration of this college that Dr, Zenaida Sutierrez-Vega be rehired to the faculty of this college for the 1971-1972 academic year, Passed 15 in favor 0 opposed RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3502

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Xeeting November 5, 1970 Resolution # 5 Introduced by John Richardson Be it resolved be the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciexces at Oswego that: Both Newspapers print the schedule of the Placemnt Office, Passed Unanhmously RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State university College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting December 3, 1970 Resolution # b Introduced by i'4arc Koller Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, that: The S.U.C.O. Food Service be asked not to carry non-union lettuce in the cafeteria in support of the migrant workers in California and Arizona. Passed 23 in favor 1 opposed RM. 210 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University ColleF;e at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 19th Senate Aeeting February lb, 1971 Resolution # 8 Introduced by the Chair Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Alcoholic beverages; namely, beer, be sold in Zewitt Union Snack Sap. RM. 218 HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3802

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RES,OLUTf ON F 9 The People of the United Sta~cs, South Vietnam 2nd F!orth Vietnam cw consent. 11 destroys me Ion6 and peo~ie of Vieinom. It droins Arnerico of its resources. Ls yourh ond its honor. We hereby oaree to end tire wor on the following terms. so that both peoples con Eve under he joy of i~deseroentc cnu con devcte thcmseives to bvi;ding o mtiety boted on hvmon eqvolity ond rerrect icr me eoith. tn rtjccting the wor we oiro reject all form ef tocism cnd d~~crcmrr~rron ogairs~ peop!e S~sed on cc!or, clors, scx, notisnot origin 1. The Americons ogrce to immediate ond totol withdrawal !;om Victnom, ond pvbfi~ly to st* the dole by wn~ch all US. milltory fortes will be removed. 2. The Wetnomew pledsc thoa os soon os the U.S. government publicly sets o dote for tolo! withdrowcl: lney w;;i emv d~scvsrions to secure 1% release of oll American prisoners. includrnp ptiors copwed while bombing Nor:h Vietnam. 3. There ~itl be on irnwedicte ceose-fire between U.S. forccs and rhotc led by the Provisional Revo~urianory Government oi South Vietnom. 5. The Arnericons pledge to end the imporition of Thieu-Ky-Khiem on the people of South Vw!norn in order to insure rneir right to self-determinotion and so rhot all political prisoners con be reieosed. 4. fht Vietcanwse oleloe to fcrm a provirioncl coohion covernmeni to orgonize demo. crotir ekctions. A!I cwso qree to respect tire resuits of eiections in which all South kttmnrcse con psrticipnte ireeiy without the presence oi ony -foreign troops. 7. Me Sooth Viemomere pledce to enier discwsion of procedurer to gvorontee the safety ond politicoi ircecom oi tirose SOJI~ Vietnomere who hove coliaborotcd with the US. or with the US. supported regime. 8. 3he Americons and Vietnctmese oarre to respect the independence, peoce and uvtrofity of Loo3 or?d Combodio in accord with the 1954 and 1962 Geneva convenSons end not to inleriere in the intern01 asairs of these two cbuntries, PA~SED BY STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE .. *'

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting Resolution # 10 Introduced by Donn Latt Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the Skate University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego to: Provide for the seating of faculty representatives on the Student Association Senate. Whereas: We feel that the campus should be viewed as a community rather than its component parts, and, Whereas: We feel that many of the problems on this camDus stem from distrust and poor communication between the government of the student body and the government of the faculty, and, Whereas: The Student Association has four representatives on the Faculty Assembly and the faculty has no representation on the Senate, Be it therefore resolved by the Senate of the Student Association of the State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego, That: The faculty from this time forth shall have one seat on the Senate of the Student Association for every 200 faculty members or part thereof, and be it further resolved, RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 That: These members shall be elected according to the Faculty By-Laws, and be it further resolved, That: These members shall have all the Rights, Priviledges, and Powers of Full Membership on the Senate of the Student Association. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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', STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 2 3rd Senate Xeeting Resolution # 11 Introduced by Karen Wright Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Whereas: ?he Student Association Senate recognizes the fact that the Faculty Student Association operates a nunber of services for the Student body, and Whereas: The Student Association Senate feels that these services are an asset to the total co-curricular program, and Whereas: The Student Association Senate has been asked to react to those various services, Therefore: Be it resolved by the Student Association Senat e that Fallbrook and Shore Acres should reslain open under the auspices of the Faculty Student Association. RM. 218 HEWiTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at 0sw.ego Senate 6th Legislative Ses-sion 2jrd Senate :hetine March 18, 1971 Resolution # 12 Introduced by John Levice Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Jew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Election Cornnittee shall not be involved in setting up discussions between candidates. Passed 13-6 RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 23, 1971 Resolution '#I3 Introduced by Chris Pelkey Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas: Attendance at graduation ceremonies at Oswego is now a requirement for graduation (page 43 of the College Bulletin,) and Whereas: Graduation ceremonies present a financial hardship to many students, and Whereas: Graduation should be considered a privilege and not a responsibility, and Whereas: The student has earned this privilege himself, Therefore: Be it resolvkd by the Student Association Senate that the wording in the College Bulletin (page 43) be changed to read: a "Requirements for Graduation" #7, be omitted and a new heading "Graduation Ceremonies" be included which will read as follows: "Attendance at graduation ceremonies is a privilege which a student at the State University College of Oswego has earned. He, therefore, has the choice of either attending or not attending this ceremony. There will be no sanctions of any kind placed upon those students who do not attend. Realizing the expense involved in renting a cap and gown, a student shall a130 have the choice of whether or not he or she wishes to attend the ceremonies in the traditional cap and gown. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 25th Senate Mae ting April 8, 1971 Resoluti on #14 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of 1;ew Yo~k, College of Art and Science at Osweeo that: Twice every semester there shall be a joint session of the Faculty Assembly and Student Association Senate to discuss matters of mutual concern and that the tine and. place shall be determined by the Student Association Vice President and Chairman of Faculty Assembly. 8 RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:2L~ p.m. There was no old business. New Senators were sworn in by Dave Holts. Appointments were made and approved as follows: David Field Treasurer George Joyce Assistant Treasurer Carolyn Wah Secretary Joseph Orcutt Public Relations New Business Senator Burt Naznitsky moved to dispense with the Robert Is Rules .of Order except during voting as an experiment in running better meetings. Vote 8 opposed and 13 in favor. Senator Parrot moved to form a committee to investigate the use of Robert's Rules. Senator Burke seconded the motion. Passed 1 opposed and 17 in favor. Cam Buehler moved that the Student Association support a 3 day, 3 meal fast to be held Wednesday May 13 to Friday May 15 with the money from meal tickets to be donated to the Committee for Responsibilty. Dave Poland seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. Senator Marc Kolar moved that the meeting be adjourned and Senator Emerson seconded the motion. Peace and Power b Carolyn Wah RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:07 p.m. Senators Poland, Tripoli, Hinman. Koller, and Borsack were absent. There were no additions or corrections to the minutes and the minutes stood as read. Executive Reports: Vice-president Judy Paratore introduced a letter from the National College ~ssociation for the Conquest of Cancer. The letter was inregards to a letter writing campaign that the Association wished the College to partake. The Senate felt that the letter should be reffered to the service sorority and fraternity. Vice-president Judy Paratore explained the new procedure for Parlimentary Procedure to be used in Senate Meetings. It was voted on and passed. Copies of the procedure will be made and passed out. Judy Paratore introduced a letter of resignation from Chuck Johnson as Judge on Traffic Court, to be effective immediately. Treasurer's Report A weekly report to be included in the minutes from now on. Committee and council reports will be postponed until fall. Old Business None New Business Senator Burt Naznitsky introduced his bill #1 amendment thatnsigned by S.A. President" portion include signature of the S.A. treasurer. The entire bill was passed 20 in favor and 1 abstain. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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b \ STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE -\ STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Dave Field introduced Bill #2. Motion to approve was made by Sally Parrot and seconded by Karen Wright. The bill was passed unanimously. Dave Field introduced Resolution #2. Motion to approve was made by Jill Wallace and seconded by Cam Buehler. The Resolution was passed unanimously. Resolution #3 concerning maintaining a flag in front of the Union was withdrawn. Motion to approve speaking seat for I.D.C. and F.S.A. was passed 20 in favor and 1 against. Appointments were made to Budget Council: F. Lapinski, W. Rogers, and N. McCaulley. The appointments were passed unanimously. Ken Proulx was appointed to Traffic Court to replace Chuck Johnson. Cam Buehler made a motion to accept the appointments. It was passed unanimously. Cam Buehler moved to adjourn. The mogion was seconded and the meeting was adjourned at 6:07 p.m. Peace and Power Carolyn Wah Secretary RM. 218 HEWIlT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University Colleee at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 21, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 Senators Buehler Borsack, Pfeil, Law Owens, Hi.nman, Tripal i, and Angiulo were absent. There were no additions or correotions and the minutes stood as read. Executive Report None Old Business None New Business David Field introduced Bill #3 concerninn a $1,000.00 allotment from Surplus to the account of Student government. Marc Koller moved to accept the Bill Chris Scoones seconded. The bill was passed 17 in favor and 2 abstentions. George Joyce introduced Bill $4 concerning re-allotment of College Band Funds. Chris Scoones moved to accept the bill and Ernie Mercurio seconded. The bill was passed 19 in favo~ and 1 opposed. George Joyce introduced Bill #5 concerning allotment of funds to the Pendulum to cover bills. Dave Poland moved to accept the bill and John Emerson seconded. The bill was defeated 10 opposed, 9 in favor and 1 abstention. # Dave Field introduced Bill #6 concerning funds for Psychology Club to be used for Conferences and the Student Journal "Manasa". Burt Naznitsky seconded the motion.

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Thc bill w~.s p3ssed with Part B tabled 18 in f.?vor. Burt nzznitsky introduced Rill 87 concrrninp establishrmt of a chqritv fund fro^ surnlus rem-ininp from the ~revious y2sr. Flaznitskv movcd to tzhl-2 thc Pill until a rdfercndun could Dc dram un. This potion T.J~S p;lssed. Joc Pecht movcd to tiible F3ills QS 3-nd 9 with ;! correction rwde in Bill $9 that the Blsck Pmither Pefense Fund' be chan~ed to dcfense of Robbv Scale-. Ron Sears seconded the potion and it ~J;?s t;).blcd. Burt TT2znitskv introduced Pill f1C1 conccrnin~ funds for the Ost~epo Strike Co~mittce. The hill was defezted 14 z~zinst ~nd F in favor. Georvc 'Tuffer introduced ?ill "11 conccrninp Trzffic vioL'tion and the Sunreme Court Ron Sems seconded the motion. The Rill was defeated 14 svainst and 3 in favor. Cearge Vuffer withdrew the Ri11.412. John Emerson introduced Rill *I2 concernine trzffic vialatiens md fines FTzznitskv ~oved to table the hill and Joet Yccht seconded. The bill tras b.bled 11 in favor clnd 5 opposed. The first meeting of ?emto next Sentember will take ~laccl on the first Yonday after repistration. fkt 7:10 the aeetinv w~.s ac?journed. The potion was ~ade by Mrc Koller ~.nd seocnded by Sally Pwrott. Peace 2nd Power Carolyn vah

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I 4 I .! A > 4 C L4 ,r b 'L 4, r' . .'5 @ ? I i (a, \ I '.% 9. I' *( !'? 1 'L tk rH 4 j ,* 1 a I \ y. C 9 4 ?* + f $P 4 i. 9, t., ,\y1 5 0 &l Student f,ssociation State University College at Qswepc Senate 6th ~episletivk Session 4th Senate IJeetina Fent~~5er 17 193n Senate Yinu ees The meetinp was called to order ar 5.ln Zenators ?e~lcn F'inrtan, and !Iecht WTP. -7hsent. b-l 1.he minutes we revised to read th3.t C-eo~~e P'uffer withdrw Bill 12 end that Joh F~erson introduc~d Rill 13. Senzte ~eetin~s will be held on ?ursd?ys at 5 n.F. in the Ben?-te chmnhers Senators are reminded that it is the5r resnonsihility to ioin one of the stand in^ councils. The 'follovinq an~oint~ents hzve +en acrerted bv the Senate* Ji~1 ?osspraher ~s Director of PC~inl strative !-f fairs Jip Gouacr as 9:ttorncv Ccner2l Douplas Porth as mmher of the Ilcohol and Severaaes Co~fnFttce he treasurer's renort \-?ill be submitted to the Senators at each neetin?. Council and Colnrlttee Reports Cam Buehler rclninds the student body that tutorial help will be continued at tke earliest nossible dzte. Old Business !!one Vew Business Burt Yaznitskv introduced Rill 14 concerninf the term of the Student !issociztion Treasurer. Ymc roller noved to accent the bill ~nd Rob seconded. The hill was pqssed vfth 18 in favor. Eurt ?lamitsky introduced Rill 15 concern in^ additional funds to cover nostzne, qrintinv and a secretzrv to the avount of $2,800. John Pichardson roved tht the hill he ~ccented and John Emerson seconded. The hill wijs passed with 19 in favor.

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Judy Paratore introduced Bill 16 concerning transfer of funds within the organizations budget. John Emerson moved to accept the bill and Marc Koller seconded. The bill was passed with 20 in favor. John Richardson introduced Resolution 3 concerning the police security force. The resolution was defeated 12 against and 3 in favor. John Emerson introduced Bill 17 concerning a program fund to cover one half the cost of the Student Association and Third Curriculum Continuinp Lecture Deb hn Emerson moved that the bill be accepted and seconded the motion. The bill was passed with 22 in favor. Burt Naznitsky moved that S.A. underwrite H.U.A.C. for the maximum of $5,000.00 to held a concert on October 4, 1970. Burt Naznitsky moved that the motion be acce~ted and Dave Nealon seconded. The motion was passed unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 6120. The motion was made by Tom Fisher and seconded by Marc Koller Peace and Power

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Student Association Statz University College at Oswego Senate 6th Le~islative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 24, 1970 Senate Minutes The meet in^ was called to order at 5:10 by Judy Paratore. There were no Senators absent. The ~inutes were revised to read Rob Trinoli as secondinp Bill 14 and Jim DeGolycr as Attorney General. Executive Reports President Peter K. i'im~errnan addressed the Senate. Fe wishes to welcome the student body and exDresses hope for a successful year. President 2ivmerrnan outlined the poals he hopcs to follow with his .%dministration and offered a sufimary of his work as Student 4ssociation President durinp the summer. !.more complete copy of his speech will be issued to the student body at a later date. Vice-president (Judy Paratore ~oved that speakinp seats be piven to representatives of F.U.A.C., I.D.C.. Chairman of Public Relations, and Chairman of Student bffairs. Senator Warc Koller rrovcd to accept the nosinations and Senator John Emerson seconded the potion. The motion was carried unanimously. The Treasurer's Report 1~7as read. Council and Committee Re~orts Senator Cam Buehler requested to have this inforration passed on to the student body. If you are qualified for Work Study there are two openin~s at the Day Care Center from 9-11:30 on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridav. If anyone is interested please contact Cam Ruehler as soon as ~ossible. In conclusion, if anyone is interested in volunteer in^, your help is needed. I Senator Ruehler announced the a~~ointment of Pr. Virqinius Thorton as Director of Black Studics. Old Business a. 'Setbator Jill Wallace moved to acce~t the revisions in the budget policy. Senator John Emerson seconded the motion. The notion was carried with 23 in favor. Treasurers of all organizations funded by SA should be aware of the chanpes.

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Senator Rurt ~aznitsky moved to accept 4 additional bills to the a~enda. New Business Senator Cam Buehler introduced Rill 19 allotinc $3,000 to the Day Care Center. The bill was accsptsd unanimously. Ron Sears moved to accept the bill and Cindy Hinnan seconded. David Fields introduced Bill 20 incr~eanincl the Executive Bud~et. John Emerson rrlovc? to accept the Di-17 and Marilyn Pfeil seconded. The Bill was accepted 22 in favo~. dnd 1 opposed. Senator Burt Naznitsky introduced Eill 21 concern in^ a declaration of all the lands currently belon~ina to the State University Colle~e of Arts and Sciences to be a soverign nation. Vice-President Paratore declared Bill 21 out of order because it violated the constitution of Student .kssociation and the Education Law. Senator Rurt Naznitsky introduced Eill 22 concern in^ the recognition of Cuba, North Korea, North Viet Vam, and the People's Rep~blic of Communist China. This bill was declared out of order. Senator Burt Naznitsky introduced Eill 23 concern in^ the sale and use of rarijuana within the Oswe~o community. This Bill was declared out of order. Senator Naznitsky introduced Bill 24 concerninp the establishment of a Coast Guard for the ~rotection of the citizens of Oswepo. This Bill was declared out of order. John F~nerson moved to adjourn the meetinp at 6:02. The motion was seconded by Dave Mealon. Ri~ht on, Ripht on, d Carolyn !Jah

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Student Association State University College at Oswe~o Senate 6th Lepislative Session 6th Sena-te Peetine Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5 D.m. Senatore Robert Tripoli was absent. The minutes were revised to read Fills 22, 23, and 24 are not out of order and can be recalled under old business. Executive Renort Vice President Judv Psratore announced the availability of anplications for Uho's Who in American Co1l.c~~~ and TJniversities. 4----P.11 rnenbers of the class of 1971 are ?ll-~?lhlc. Vice Prseident Judy Par<-.tore also ur~cd the merk?rs of standin~ Councils and Committees to bevin work as oon zs ~ossiblc. The Treasurer's ?.eport was read. Council end Cormittee Yenorts Senator Cam guehler urpez all interested students to hcl~ in runnin~ the gay Czre Center. Volunteers md money are desperately needed. Old Susiness John Emrson 27, and 28. Senator Burt moved to amend the aeenda to includ~? Rills 8, 262 Kaznitskv introduced Rill 22 conccrnine ???cop, nition of Cuba, North Korea, Yorth Viet Yam md th~ Peo~le's Republic of Pcd China. Thc Chair ruled the Pill out of order since it violstes thc Constitution of Student "ssociation abd the Educztion Law, Article 7, Section 7, Pzraeranh 6. Senator Burt Naznitskv also introffuced Fill 23 concernine the sale end use of marijuana within the Cswcoo co~munity. This Bill was also dcclared out of order. Senztor Yaznitskv also introduced Rill 24 concerninp the establishment of a Coast Guard for the protection of the citizens of r?sw~~o. This Bill was also declared out of order.

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Senator John Ererson moved to untahle Rill 8 concerninu the retraction of a $100.00 hill submitted to the Osweeo Strike Cormittee for the use of office supplies. This hill was defeated; 5 in favor and 15 o~posed. New Susiness Senator Marc Koller introduced Rill 25 concern in^ camus parkinp and revision of the method of issuin~ traffic violations. Burt Naznitsky roved to accent the bill snd Joey Fecht seconded. ?'he bill was passed 17 in favor, 7 o~~osed and 1 abs2ntcntion. Senator Marc Koller introduced Pill 26 concerninu traffic tickets issued before October 1. That all tickets issued hefore the date of the acceptance of Bill 25 be null and void. Dave ?.'ealon noved to acfcpt the bill and Joev ITccht seconded. The Bill was accepted with 24 in favor. Senator Marc Kollcr moved that a Committee be created to invcstipate the effects of Bill 25. The follow in^ students volunteered for this committee: Yarc Koller Richard ??atson Cindy Hinman Jeff Staub Jill k~allacc Geor~e bluffer Don L,att Senator Buehler introduced Bill 27 concerning Student I+-ssociation's co-soonsershiv of Caravan Theater with the Third Ciriculum. Caravan Theater is conc~rned with the Women's Liberation Kovement. Senator Jill ?aloace moved to accevt th2 hill and Scnator Euehler seconded. The hill was passed 12 in favor and 10 onposed. Senator E~erson introducsd Rill 28 conczrninp contribution of $500.00 to the Student F.ssociation at SU?Y ,\lhany to heln with lepal fees used in-their court case concerninv the rivht to control use of Student Association Fees by the Student Association. Senator Emerson moved to accent the hill and Scnator Hecht seconded. The hill was oassed 20 in favor, 4 opposed and 1 abs~ntention. The meetinc was adjourned at 6:04. All Power to the People, a Carolyn \?ah

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:05. October 8, 1970 Senators Mike Anguilo, Cindy Hinman, and John Emerson were absent. The minutes were accepted as read. Executive Report Senator Cam Buehler's letter of resipnation was read and accepted. Senator Tom Fisher was elected President Pro-Tempore for Student Senate. Vice President Judy Paratore asked for volunteers for Public Ceremonies. If you are interested contact the S.A. office. President Peter Zimerman exvlained his reasons for vetoing Bills 25 and 26 concerning student parking on technical difficulties. President Zimmerman explained the revamping of the Faculty Senate by-laws. Security police have been reinstated as Peace Officers for their ~rotection and changes have been reviewed to upgrade Security training. Elections for Senate seats vacated since June will take place before November 1, 1970. The Treasurer's report was changed to read $4.25 in Senate Accounts instead of $25.00. Supreme Court Justice George Muffer I11 explained the procedures taken concerning substitution of Senators who resign, or go student teaching. If you a Senfitor resigns, a new Senator must be elected within a month,#if you are going student teaching, a Senator may name his own substitute.

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Committee and Council Reports Senator Cam Buehler asked for volunteers to help tutor college, high school and grade school levels. If you are interested contact Cam Buehler in Johnson or through the Student Association office. Old Business Senator Marc Koller moved to revote on Bill 25. Senator Tom Fisher moved to accept the Bill and Burt Nazltjlshy sccundcd. The Bill required a 2/3 vote and was dcfeated 13 in favor and 10 against. New Business Items ca Bill introduced by Joey Hecht concerning all-otvent of funds to Russian Club. Item da Resolution concernin? Dr. Zenaida Gutierrez-Vepa and the Spanish Club was introduced bv Tom Fisher. Item ea Bill intoduced by Marc Koller concerning allotment of funds to the mourn in^ Day Committee. The above ite~s were added to the agenda. Vice President Judy Paratore introduced Bill 29 concerning allotment of $300 from Program Fund to Philosophy Club to sponser Dr. Thomas Szaz. Judy Paratore moved to accept the Rill and Jill Wallace seconded. The Bill was accepted with 20 in favor. Senators Dave Nealon and Dave Poland introduced Bill 30 concerning redesignation of parking areas. Dave Poland moved to accept the bill and Cam Buehler seconded. Don Law moved to table the motion and the motion was tabled, 19 in fzvor and 3 against. Senator Joey Hecht introduced Bill 31 concern in^ allotnent of $382.50 to Russian Club for six films. Senator Naznitsky amended this Rill to read all violstions of parking resulting in tickets be made null and void until the S.A. make further arrangements. The amended bill was passed 17 indfavor.. Tom Fisher introduced Resolution 4 concerning Dr. Zenaida Gutierrez-Vega and the Spanish Department. The Resolution was passed 15 in favor and ncne opposed.

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Senator Marc Koller introduced Bill 32 concerning an allotment of $1,000 to Mourning Day Committee. Marc Koller moved to accept the bill and Burt Naznitsky seconded. The bill was passed 17 in favor, 4 opposed and 1 abstention. John Richardson moved that recognition should be paved to osrs Lennie Englander for serving on the Supreme Court for 3 v, IPwas seconded by Ton Fisher and passed unanimously. All Power to the People, Carolyn W'ah

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 15, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:05 Senators Cam Buehler Dave Poland, Mike Anpulio Robert TRipoli Sandy Fletcher, John Emerson, and Marc Koller were absent. The minutes should be revised to read $425.00 not $4.25 in Senate Accounts. Executive 3eport None Council and Committee Re~orts Ron Sears request all interested Seniors to fill out application forms for ___ Who's Who _____ in American _____ Colleges. .. _N& Business Bill 33 was introduced by Joev Fecht concernin? allotment of $600.00 to the Oswe~o fturlenc rFlm Club for films to be shown on campus. Thz bij l v=is ser:o;?ded bv Ron Sears. Dave Poland moved to tablr? tk 03 Xil.; mi Jchr. ~ichardson seconded. The bill was tabled S i.n ; r:*.-or, E cp; set?, zncl 2 ahsten cions Bill 34 was i -1trc4:. zed k:r GCIZ:I !-h?~'!:-t con xrning an allotment of $200 0 0 t 3 -,-?I.. I,-. 3. T:lf o;:.7.:'-?ionr! C~;:i:-Ltt,?e for literature brocheres, 1rf2 tr,~i~ics sessior?. Thc bill was seconded by -. Jill Wallace. ~.$.ll 'mllac-, ~nc.i.ed to table the bill and Sally r 3Parrott seccr::lcd. 1:e bill uzs tabled 19 in favor. Bill 35 was intrnduced by John Richardson concerning allotment of funds to bj0C.R tc, cover 5P% of the ccst of broadcasting hocke~ pames. To::v Pecht scxinded the '>ill. The bill was defeated 19 o~:w::cd. The meeting was zdjcurned ar 5:;s. Peace and Power, Carolyn W&

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate Neeting 6th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 22, 1970 I Senate Yinutes --'The meeting was called to order a* 5106. Senators Scoones Whitney and Fmerson were absent. The minutes should read Dave Yealon not Dave Poland in reference to Bill 33. Executive Report Faculty Assembly will issue an official statement on November 2 concerning New Curriculum. Letters of resignation were read for Sandy Fletcher and John Emerson. Both letters were accepted. Jo-e OrcuTt announced an executive order to Traffic Court concerning Bill 31 and the validity of parking tickets issued this semester. This issue has not yet been settled. The Finance Committee will consist of three volunteers; Bob Kronenbitter Dave Nealon and Burt Naznitsky Dave Fields welcomes any suggestions for the 1971-1972 budget Refunds of S.A. fees may be made to any student teacher or student who pleads financial hardsldp. Committeeand Counncil Reports ---_. .. . Cam Buehler announced that Elections for Dorm Senators will be held on the 19th and 20th of November. Petitions will be available in the next ten days and must be returned by November 14 to the Student Association office. Library Committee wishes to announce that Penfield will allow students to borrow books for 4 weeks at a time and will issue renewals. I

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-2The agenda was revised to read: a. Bill 33 b. Bill 34 c. Bill introduced by Barb Borsack for allotment of $300.00 to I.S.C. d. Bill introduced by Sally Parrott for allotment of $558.50 to Earth Science Club. A billApres.ented on the original agenda concern in^ an allotment to the Black Student Union was removed due to technicalities with the constitution of the organization. Old Business Joey Hecht reintroduced Rill 33 concerning allotment of $600.00 to the 0swe.qo Student Film Club. Ron Sears seconded the motion. Dave Fields moved to anend the bill so that funds come from Program Fund rather than Survlus funds. The amendment was accepted 12 in favor. The entire bill was passed 14 in favor and 7 opposed. Cdm Buehhr reintroduced Bill 34 concerning $200.00 to Draft Information Cormittee. The bill was seconded by Joey Hecht. Cam Buehler amended the bill to grant $200.00 to the Senate Executive Account to be used by the Draft Information Committee. Dave Poland seconded the motion. The bill was passed 19 in favor. New Business Bill 35 was introduced by Barb Borsack to allot $300.00 to I.S.C. to sponser Dr. Schonfelt. The bill was eeconded by Marilyn Pfeil. The bill was accented 10 in favor and 4 Bill 36 was introduced by Tom Fischer to allot $355.00 for speakers on student life in N. Viet Nam and s in the City. The bill was seconded bv Jill Wallace. e bill was defeated 4 in favor and 11 against. 4 w Bill 37 was introduced by Sally Parrott concern in^ an allotment of $558.50 from Pro~ram Fund +o Ea-th Szie~ce Club. a, Sally Parrott to amend the bill to r2.i?. .?Z>C: from ?rcgrm Fund. Dave Nealon moved to table tl".~ X2.1. The bill was & tabled with 18 votes in favor. 91 The meeting was adjourned a& 6:36. Power to Those Who Take It.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meetinq October 29, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5 :O3. Senators Robert Tripoli, Sandy Fletcher, John Emepson, Tom Fischer, Ron Sears and Tom Owens were absent. The minutes were accepted as read. President Peter Zimmerman spoke to the Senate about Bill 31 concerning traffic conditions. He pledged to stand behind any decision that Senate took concernine this matterh more precise copy of Mr. 7immerman1s report will aDDear in the Oswegonian at a later date. President Zymmerman also ur~ed the Senate to pass Bill 43 which allows for the redistribution of funds in the Senate account to cover dues to State University Student Association Council. Vice-president Judy Paratore read Sally Parrott's letter of redignation fromnStudent Senate. The letter was accepted. Vice-president Paratore also moved to add Neal Hannon, Nancy McCaulev and Rich Galloway to the Finance Council. Dave Nealon moved to accept the motion and Cindy Hinman seconded. The motion was carried. Chief Justice George Nuffer I11 announced certain ideas to chage the structure of Supreme Court into a Hearing Body for S.A. organizations an certain student grievences. This move is being considered o eliminate the necessity of going from court to court withi the present Judicial system. f David Fields wishes o remind the Senate that Program Fund is down to $7,432.50 and that the Fiaance Council should be used more often. Committee and Council Reports Katy Tuohy from I.D. announced the allotment of $1.95 for each student living i a dorm to the Dorm Council for Dorm activities. d

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ally Parrott moved to untable Bill 37. Cam ~uehler moved to reinstate Bill 31. c Old Business '&Sally Parrott reintroduced Bill 37 concerninp the allot&. ment of $300 to Earth Science Club. The bill was seconded by i r $ \" I, 'Y ti 144 P i b u 4% l;! 9 pt, % 7 t t il. $4 I? 'b I \: Y !4 (-' ,A IS? 4\ t L 5. Cindy Hinman. Burt Maznitsky moved to refer this bill to the Finance Committee and Fark Koller seconded. The Bill was referred with 12 in favor and 5 opposed. Bill 31 was reintroduced by Cam Buehler. Marc Koller seconded. Dave Nealon moved to rescend the Bill and Cindy Hinman seconded. The motion was defeated with 13 against and 6 in favor. Burt Naznitsky moved to invite Dr. Robinson to entertain questions concern in^ the parking situation to be held in the ballroom for the entire student body. Parc Koller seconded the motion and the motion was carried 19 in favor. John Richardson moved to request F.S.A. to refund eraffic fines paid prior to the date of the original motion and requested an Executive Order to Traffic Court to make all tickets null and void. New Business Change in Agenda to include: Item d Bill introduced by Cam Buehler for the allotment of funds to send 2 students to a VISTA Conference. Item e Bill introduced by Burt Naznitsky to allot funds to Writer's Guild. Item f Bill introduced by the Chair to reallot funds to cover S.A.S.U. dues. The Chair introduced Bill 38 concerning the allotment of $2300 to the Black Student Union to cover expenses of Black Solidarity Day. The Bill was seconded by Burt aJaznitsky. Burt Nazni-tsky movcd to have the funds cv~llc out of the Program nd Marilyn Pfcil S~COIL~IP? the .-t~wndntent and the amendment was accepted with 13 in favor. The Bill was passed with 13 in favor and 2 opposed. Bill 39 was introduced by Cindy Hinman concerning redistribution of funds already allotted to W.O.C.R. The Bill was seconded by Varily Pfeil. Burt Raznitsky moved to table the bill and Sally Parrott seconded. The Bill was.tabled 13 in favor and 6 opposed.

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Dave Nealon introduced Bill 40 concerning the allotment of $279.79 to the Rugby Football Club. The Bill was passed with 17 in favor and 1 opposed. Bill 41 was introduced by Cam Buehler concerning the allotment of $71 to cover expenses of 2 students to a VISTA Conference in Vermont. The funds are to be gotten from Program Fund. The Bill was passed with 17 in favor. Bill 42 was introduced by Burt Paznitsky concerning the allotment of $500 to Writer's Guild to cover expenses of two visiting poets. Dave Nealon seconded the motion and Burt Naznitsky moved to have the Bill referend to the Finance Committee. Mike Anguilo seconded the motion and the Rill was moved to Finance Committee without further delay with a vote of 15 in favor. Bill 43 was introduced by the Chair concerninp the reappropiation of funds in the Senate Account to cover S.A.S.U. dues. The Bill was seconded by Marc Koller. The Bill was passed with 14 in favor and 1 opposed'. Power to those who take it Carolyn Wah

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting November 5, 1970 Senate Meetings The meeting was called to order at 5:09. Senators Robert Tripoli, Cindy Hinman, John Emerson, Tom Owens, and Barbara Borsack were absent. The minutes were accepted as read. Executive Report President Peter Zimmerman has been reauested to mention the fact that there is a rise in the frequency of cases of venereal disease on campus. There is also a nation-wide fuel shortage, especially those with low contents of sulfur since the supply comes from theMiddle East. The numerous reasons whv Mr. Zimmerman vetoed the bill concerning the Ru'gby-Football Club may be obtained from your Dorm Senator. Vice-president J. Paratore announced that the Sociology Department will hoid a discussion on November 9, 1970. in Room 122 M concerning How To Get In And Out Of Grad School. Chief Justice George Nuffer I11 requests that you no longer forward your traffic tickets to his room. Thank you. Committee and Council Reports H.U.A.C. requests that you do not smoke reefer or drink in Laker Hall during the concerts. If these incidents occur at the Melanie Concert, H.U.A.C. will not be allowed to use Laker for concerts again. Thank you. Old Business Dave Nealon reintroduced Bill 48 concerninp allotment to the Rugby-Football Club which was vetoed by President Zimmerman. The bill was again defeated with a vote of 13 in favor, 3 opposed, and 5 abstentions. Since the bill had been vetoed it needs a 2/3 vote which would be 18.

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New Rusiness The agenda was amended to include the following items: e. Bill introduced by Mike Angulio concerning an allotment to Russian Club to invite Dr. 4lexandrovbch Zamashkin. f. Bill introduced by Burt Nazn y concerning contracts signed by members of S.A. g. Bill introduced by Joey Hech ncerning the dress code of the Executive Secretary o h. Resolution introduced by Joh ardson concerning the two campus newspapers. Bill 44 was introduced by the Chair concerning reappropriation of funds already alboted to the Blackfriars. The Bill was seconded by Jill Wallace. The bill was accepted 21 in favor. Bill 45 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee concerninn the allotment of $481.80 to SEANY for Educational conferences, SEANY Delegate Assembly and a Central Area College Conference on Drugs. Cam Buehler seconded the motion. Sally Parrott moved to refer the Bill to Committee and Cam Buehler seconded. Tlie Bill was sent to Committee with the grand total of 18,votes in favor. Bill 46 was introduced by the Chair concerning the age old question of the validity of parking tickets. "Parking tickets be invalidated, per the recommendation of the Traffic Court's Memorandum of November 4, 1970, from 6:p.m. October 5, 1970, through midnight October 30. This Bill shall supersede Bill 31, paragraph 4. Bill 47 was introduced by Dave Nealon and seconded by Marc Koller. Since the subject of the Rill was not exactly clear, Dave Nealon moved to table the Bill and Ron Sears was good enough to second the motion. Bill 48 was introduced by Mike Anguilio concerning allotment of $1,500 from Program Fund to invite Dr. Alexandrovich Zamashkin from the Soviet Un5on to lecture. The bill was defeated 7 in favor and 9 opppsed. Bill 49 was introduced bu Burt Naznitskv concerning persons who sign contracts in the name of S.A. without the consent of the Senate. The Bill has Seconded by Dave Nealon and was unanimously defeated

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Bill 50 was introduced by Joey Hecht that the Executive Secretary of S.A. be allowed to wear pants while working. The bill was seconded by Marc Koller and passed 7 in favor and 5 against. John Richardson introduced Resolution 5 that both of the campus newspapers print the schedule of the Placement Office. Resolution was passed unanimously. Bill 51 was added to the Agenda with the consent of the Senate. Mike Anguilio introduced Bill 51 concerning the allotment of $750 to Russian Club with the sti~ulation that Russian Club raise the additional $750 required to invite Dr. Alexandrovich Zamashkin. The Bill was secolded by Marc Koller and was passed 13 in favor and 6 opposed. The meeting was adjourned at 7:05. Power to Some of the People, Caroly Vah Carolyn Wah

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 13, 1970 Senate Minutes Senate was called to order at 5:lO. Senators Anguilio, Tripoli, Emerson, Fecht, Fischer, and Owens were absent. The minutes were accepted as read. Executive Report A letter will appear in the Oswegcrnian fi-on, Ji~dy Parmdl-ore concerning the parking situation. Committee and Council --...Report Petitions must be in the S.A. office by noon Saturday. All official campaigning must end by midnight Wednesday. Old Business Bill 45 concerning allotments to SEANY was passed 12 in favor and 5 opposed. Bill 37 concerninp allotments to Earth Science Club was passed with 6 in favor and 5 opposed. New Business Bill 52 was introduced by the Chair concerning reallmtment of funds already credited to the Black Student Union Account. The Bill was referred to committee. Bill 53 was introduced by John Richardson and seconded by Sally Parrott concerning the allotment of $425 from the Senate Account to retain an attorney to advise the Senate in regards to the parking situation. The bill was defeated 16 opposed and 1 in favor. The meeting was adjourned a% 5237. Free Angela Davis, Carolyn Wah

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting Senate Minutes November 19, 1970 The meeting was called to order at 5 :O3. Senators Beuhler, Anguilo, Fletcher, Hinman, Owens, and Richardson were absent. Senator Joey Hecht did attend the 12th ~egislative Session. Executive Report In order to help the disaster victims in Pakistan S,A. is trying to organize a Day of Fasting much like the day held last year for Biafra. The National College Association for the Conquest of Cancer has asked S.U.C.O. to join their letter writing campaign to Dick Nixon to urge further funding for Cancer research, Anyone intere,sted please contact the S ,A. office. HELP is needed in Faculty Evaluations. If you are interested please contact e'ither Fran Lipinski or the S.A. office. The first Senate meeting after vacation will be held in the Formal Lounge with refreshments, as usual all are invited. Old Business Bill 52 concerning reallotment of funds already alloted to the Black Student Union was introduced by Dave Nealon and defeated unanimously New Business The agenda was amended to include item B concerning allotments to Spanish Club. w Bill* introduced by the Chair and seconded by Hermes Knauer concerning all organizations whose mcnlbe~~s rereivc crcdi t for their activities h~nccfur*ch no S.A. funds. The bill was passed 19 in favor and 1 opposed. Bill 55 introduced by Dave ~eaion and seconded by Jeanne Whitncy concerhine the allotment of $180 to Spanish Club to Sponser a Spanish folk singer. The bill was defeated 2 in favor and 18 opposed. The meeting was adjourned at 5:50. Free Angela Davis,

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Student Association State University College at Oswzco Senate 6th Lepislative Session 14th Senate Meeting December 3, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:02. Senators Mike Anyuilo, Robert Tri~oli, John Emerson, and Tom Owwere absent. Mr. Enpel, the Director of the Registrar's office, s~oke about reasons for some of the inconveniences at repistration. It was agreed that this semester's pre-registration was not up to par. At the next Senate meetinp Dave Fields will make recowmendations for next year's bud,~et. This Dart of the Senate meetinq will be closed. Senator John Richardeon moved to have this meetinp open and Dave Mealon seconded. The motion was defeated with only 3 in favor. President Peter Zirnmerman has apnointed Richard Forster to the seaTim SUCm*. Thfsmation was unanimously accented. The followink are new members of Senate and have been accepted by the Senate with a unanimous vote. Oneida Rick Handley Funne lle Tom Dydvk Cayuga Patt Gnazzo Lonis-Voreland Tim Coo~er Seneca Don Latt Don Beaumont Tara Levine Rigps Robert Goode Contracts for the Canadian Ooera Company and an orchestra from Noscow were submitted bv Concert Assenblv. Burt Naznitsky moved to acceot the contracts and Jeanne Whitney seconded. The motion was unanimously defeated. Old Business Bill 42 which had been in committee concernins the allotment of $500 to Writer's Guild was reintimduced by Burt Naznitsky. The bill was amended to allot $150 and was passed with 19 in favor and 2 ooposed.

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enda was amended t .ude item D. Mew Business Bill 56 was introduced by Dave Melaon and seconded by Ron Sears. This bill concerns the allotment of $298 from Program Fund to the Paraosycholopy Club. The bill was defeated 16 opposed and 3 in favor. Bill 57 was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Ernie Mercurio. This bill concerns the allotment of $824.25 to the Lee Pall Recreation for life puards in Lee Hall. Dave Nealon moved to send the bill to comrhittee and Burt Naznitsky seconded. The bill was then swiftly sent to Cor!~~uittee wit11 an overwhel~inp vote of 20 to 5. Resolution 6 that the S.U.C.O. Food Service be asked to not purchase non-union lettuce in the cafeteria in sunport of the niprant workers in California and Arizona was passed with 23 in favor and 1 opposed. Burt Maznitsky moved to have a copv of this resolution sent to Caesar Chevey. Bill 58 was introduced bv the Chair and seconded bv Ron Sears that $35 be alioted from Propram Fund to cover the cost of tlomans LibePation films The meet in^ adjourned at 6:35. Be Kind to Ruby Day,

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Lepislative Session' 15th Senate Meeting December 10, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5 :O7. Senators Jeanne Whitney, Tom Owens and John Richardson were absent. The next Senate meeting will be held at 5 P.N. next Monday. The Treasurer made his recommendations for the 1971-72 Student Association budget. These items will appear in a Resolution in the near future. Student Affairs work with evaluating the Food Serwicc will appear in the Oswegonian. If you are interested in helping with Faculty Evaluation please contact the S.A. office in the Union. If everything works out well Faculty Evaluation should take place before Christmas vacation. Old Business Bill 57 which had been referred to committee was resubmitted by Dave Nealon with amendments that the amount be dropped f~am $824.24 to allated from Program Fund to the Lee Hall Recreation to $400 and that Life Guards be paid $1.50 an hour and that Lee1Hall pool is not open at the same time that Laker Hall pool is open. The bill and amendment were passed 22 in favor New Business Bill 59 wasintroduced by Dave Nealon and Karen Wright and was seconded by Kay Denton. The bill concerns the introduction of all bills before Senate to be given a mandatory three (3) day waiting periad before a vote can be taken. The bill was defeated 9 in favor and 13 opposed. Bill 60 was introduced by Dave Nealon and seconded by Ernie Mecurio concerning allotment of $296.93 to the Lacrosse Club from Program Fund. Dave Mealon moved to have the bill referred to Committee and Burt Naznitsky seconded the motion. The motion was unanimously passed. Without further hesitation the meeting was adjourned at 6:40. RECEIVED Fsve a Reasonably Merry Christmas JAN 13 1971 CCL.L&+-J Carolyn Wah

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 14, 1970 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:07 by Judy Paratore. Senators Gnazzo, Hecht Hinman, Borsack, Hercurio, Scoones Koller, Law, Richardson, and Pfiel were absent. The minutes were accepted without changes. Executive Reports There will be a Christmas party for Student Association tonight at Fallbrook. There is approximately $7,200.00 left in Program Fund. Old Business None New Business The agenda was amended to include item b. Bill 61 introduced by Dave Nealon and seconded by Bob Goode concerns the allotment of $35.00 from Program Fund to the Italian Club for a film. The bill was passed with an overwhelming 13 in favor Due to a numerical mistake by several parties, Oneida Hall was given one Senate seat. They are supposed to have two. Therefore Rick Handley the lone Senator from Oneida moved that the Oneida Hall Dorm Council be given the power to appoint a Senator subject to the confirmation of-the Senate until an election can be held. This-motion was seconded by Tom Fischer and passed with 12 in favor and 1 opposed. The meeting was then adjourned at 5 : 25. Free Angela Davis, et al. CW: ln caroly'h Wah

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b L student Association A b state university College at Oswego I I, Senate 6th .Legislative Session I' 17th Senate Meeting January 7, 1971 Senate Minutes C kt The meeting was called to order at 5:lO. I L-+-Senators Naznitsky Sears, Fisherman, Aben, Fischer, Levine,
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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting February 4, 1971 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:lO. Senators Naznitsky, Cooper, Poland McLean, Dydyk, Knauer, Denton, Levine, Handley, Ganz, Gnazzo, Latt, T. Levine, Pelkey, Borsack, Goode, Donald L. Beaumont, Wright, Killer, Wallace and Sears were present. The minutes were accepted with one correction: That in Resolution 7, Part B, the staff does not receive the funds, the students do. Executive Reports: Dr. Robinson spoke about the present parking situation. The essence of his conversation with the Senate can be read in Campus Review in an open letter from Dr. Robinson. George Nuffer explained the infraction of the Senatorial elections in Johnson Hall. I Old Business NONE New Business Bill 64 concerning allotment of $1,000.00 from Program Fund to Ski Club was introduced by Dave Fields and seconded by Rick Handley. Rick Handley moved to amend the bill to $200,00 for transportation at any time. The motion was seconded by Ron Sears and passed 13-5. Bill 64 was defeated 13 to 7. Bill 65 concerning the allotment of $300.00 to Polish Club was introduced by Donald Beaumont and seconded by Mark Koller, The bill was defeated 10 opposed and 6 in favor. Bill 63 concerning Elections was untabled and passed 17 in favor and 3 opposed with the following amendment: awhereas no candidate may -spend over $200.00 and no party more than $900.00. bwhereas there will be 1 senator for every 100 students. cwhereas under Section A the Election Committee must rule

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appropriateness of campaign activities' in the polling building comrnessory with the policies described by the appropriate. directors of the polling building. I.. -+'The meeting was then quickly adjourned. Vietnam: Love it or Leave it.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate Meeting .6th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 23, 19 71 Senate Minutes The Senate meeting was called to order at 5:02. Senators Angulio Donald L. Beaumont, Borsack Goode, Law, Owens, Pfiel and Sears were absent. Executive Report President Zimmerman's speech was cancelled due to inclement weather. Senator John Richardson has resigned. Dr. Powell has resigned and is seeking a replacement. Students may make recommendations until April 1st. Chris.Pelkey and Mike Brady have been elected to Senate Finance Committee. Old Business None New Business \ Bill 69 was introduced by Tom Dydyk and seconded by Mark Koller. It concerns the allotment of $240.00 to the Oswego Chambers Singers from Program Fund. But Nanzitsky moved to have the bill referred to the Senate Finance Committee. The motion was seconded by Ernie Mercurio and passed unanimously. Bill 70 was introduced by Don Latt and seconded by Tom Dydyk concerning the allotment of $160.90 to the Spanish Club for films. The bill was accepted 20-1. Resolution 8 concerning the consumption of alcoholic beverages in Hewitt Union was passed unanimously. Bill 71 was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Ernie Mercurio concerning the allotment of $200.00 to the Black Student Union for presentation of a play, To Be Young, Gifted and Black, -from Program Fund. Burt Nanzitsky moved to refer the bill to committee, and the bill was then unanimously referred to the Senate Finance Committee.

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Student Association State university College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting March 2, 1971 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:02. Senators Angulio, Beaumont, Cooper, Lawj Owens, Sears, Pfiel and Tripoli were absent. Corrections to read: Bill 69 was referred to committee, not passed., and Bill 71 to read $2,000.00 not $200.00 Executive Re~orts: Copies of "Freedom and Responsibility on Campus", a report on the Spring Strike are now available. George Nuffer announced that there will no longer be a Student Conduct Committee. Committee and Council Reports: changes were made in the Election Bill as follows: I. date in (b) March 17 date in (f) April 15 date in (c) March 18 date in (g) April 22 date in (dl April 13 dates in (el April 14-15 II. date in (c) March 12.changed to April 12. 111. (a) date in (a) March 17 (b) date to April 8 (c) date to April 14 VIII. (b) April 14 at 9 A.M. to April 15 at 7 P.M. Chris Scoones moved that there be one Senator for every 200 students in a living center. Bob Goode seconded. Burt Naznitsky moved that one senator for every 200 be elected in the Spring and one for every 200 students be elected in the Fall for the term of one year. Also, that the date of expiration be striked. These amendments were passed 20-2. Bill 74 was passed 19-3. Bill 75 was introduced by Nancy Richards and states that write-in candidates must receive at least 5% of the total votes in order to be eligible to hold office. This bill was passed by Bob Goode and unanimously accepted.

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'. f' i b Old Business : ILc Bill 71 was intorduced by Chris Pelkey concerning the allotment of $2,000.00 to the Black Student Union for the presentation of -. "To Be Young, Gifted and Black,". The bill was seconded by Burt Nanzitsky and passed 21-1. New Business: '3. h Bill 76 was introduced by Rick Handley and seconded by Burt Naznitsky. The bill concerns the allotment of $300.00 to the Senate and Executive Account to study previous Senate bills and by-laws. The funds are to be taken from the surplus fund. The bill was passed 21-1. Bill 77 was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Bob Goode. The bill concerns the increase of funds to the Concert Assembly budget in order to cover their debts from 1970-71. The funds will come from surplus. The bill was unanimously accepted. Bill 78 was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Chris Pelkey. The bill concerns the allotment of $845 for three music groups to appear on campus. The funds are to come from Program Fund. The bill was unanimously accepted. # &ill 79was in-traducred' by the Chair and seconded by John Levine concerning the allotnent of $2400.00 to the Senate and Executive account for office suppli&s and a secretary. The funds are coming from surplus and the bill was unanimously passed. Bill 80 was introduced by Burt ~aznitsk~ and seconded by John Levine stating that the Vice President will a~~oint a committee to investigate the possibility of a unanimously accepted. Bill 81 was introduced by Donn concerning the allotment of $800.00 a memorial to those men who died in sent to Finance Committee. Spring concert: The bill was Latt and. seconded by John Levine from Program Fund to spoqsor Vietnam. The bill was unanimously Poland and seconded by Michael of Drug Council and S.A. to have Bill 82 was introduced by Dave Brody concerning the co-sponsbrship a drug bust alert for the entire campus. Burt Naznitsky moved to table and Ernie Mercurio seconded, The bill was tabled 10-4. Resolution 9 was introduced by Tom Fisher which calls for the ratifying of the Joint Treaty of Peace between the people of the United States, South Vietnam and North Vietnam. Rick Handley moved to table the reoslut!.on and Bob Goode Seconded. The Resolution was tabled unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 7:18.

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting March 11, 1971 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:05. Delete the part about the elections in the Fall. Executive Report: Judy The next meeting will be March 23rd. Anyone interested in Graduation ceremonies should contact Paratore or Dr. Dunham. The New Budget Council will consist of: Neil Hannon Nancy McCauley Donna Woddsworth Richard Galloway Joe Grates HAIR has been cancelled. The committee .recommended in Bill 80 consists of: Burt Naznitsky Ron Sears Chris Pelkey Joe Grates Sally Reis Committee and Council Reports On April 12, WOCR and WRVO will hold auestion and answer periods concerning the Student Association elections. Old Business Resolution #9 was accepted with the following revision in the last paragraph: "whatever non-violent action." Passed 3. The resolution will be sent to the President and Vice President of the United States, the Governor of N.Y., the President of S.U.C.O., the Speaker of the House, Senators of New York, Congressmen, the Chancellor of S.U.N.Y. and the Secretary of Defense.

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Nkw Business Bill 83 was introduced by Mike Brady, it concerns the allotment of $283.13 to Lacrosse Club. The bill was passed with one opposed. Bill 84 was introduced by Ernie Mercurio; it concerns the allotment of $205.00 to Writer's Guild. The bill was passed with one opposed. Bill 85 was introduced by Chris Pelkey and concerns the allotrne~1.t of $200.00 to Biology Club. The bill was defeated 11-9. Bill 86 was introduced by the Chair concerning the allotment of funds to the Black Student Union to cover the expenses of Black Week. The Bill was referred to Finance Committee. Bill 87 was introduced by The Chair concerning the allotment of $480.00 to Swimming Club. The bill was unanimously passed. Bill 88 was introduced by the Chair concerninp the allotment of $1548.00 to Wrestling Club. The bill was unanimously passed. The meeting was adjourned at 6:25. Read the Tract, it'll save your' soul carol& Wah

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Student Association -ate University College at Oswego i' '. Senate 6th Legislative Session G 23rd Senate Meeting March 18, 1971 Senate Minutes The meeting was cailed to order at 5:05. Senators Borsack, Pf iel, Naznitsky Fisher, Wallace, Sears, Mercurio, and Scoones were absent. The minutes were accepted. Executive Report: The Board of Trustees have requested a campus-wide referendum as to whether Student Association fees will be voluntary o?. mandatory. There'has been discussion in F.S.A. as to whether it is worthwhile to keep Fallbrook open for student use. If you are interested please contact some one in the S.A. or F.S.A. office. There is $3600.00 in Program Fund. Committee E Council Re~ort: The Election Committee would like help checking the petitions which were picked up at dorm desks. Old Business: Bill 86 was reintroduced by Michael Brody and seconded by the Chair. The bill allots $2400.00 to the Black Student Unim for Black Week. The bill was passed with the exclusion of the Fashion Show and the Black Boutique 17-2. New Business : Bill 89 was introduced by The Chair and seconded by Karen Wright. The bill concerns the allotment of $2211.25 to the Oswego Hospital Fund. The bill w3s tabled 15-0. (, hJ :.rBill 90 was introduced byXzek--)f;lrsd'ley and seconded by.the Chair. The bill concerns the allotment of $400 to the Senate E Executive Budget to be used to suppliment the salary of the Chief Justice. The Bill was defeated 18-1.

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,,--Bill 91 was introduced by ~ick Handley and seconded by Chris Pelkey. The bill concerns the allotment of $33,000.00 for Student Association Activities Week, April 25th thru May 3rd. The bill was unanimously accepted. Be Kind to the Chair Day and/or Take it or Leave it

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. tb \ -/----Y I w 1 /' 'r *Student Association %% State University College at Oswego L -. Senate 6th Legislative seision t L 24th Senate Meeting \ L c, Senate Agenda I I 1. Call io Order 1 & 1 \ % 2. Roll Call if 3. Acceptance of Minutes I j9 4. Executive Report I3 a. Vice President's Report b. Treasurer's Report I i < 5. Committee and Council Reports March 23, 1971 6. old Business a. Untabling of Resolution #10 which was defeated, calling for Faculty Assembly representation on the Student Association Senate. 7. New Business a. Bill for allotment of $6400 to Black Student Union for Black Week. b. Resolution concerning Graduation Ceremonies

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I Student Association 'k State University at Oswego i senate 6th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 23, 1971 / SENATE MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5:09. h 5, Senators Pfiel, Wallace, Beaumont, Goode, Pelkey, Gnazzo, Levine k Whi&naps Dydyk Msrcurio McLean, Denton, Auer Wright, Handley Sears, Poland, Knauer, .Latt, Brody Cooper, Naznitsky Whitney were present. 1 44 'r ? The minutes will be changed to read the Chair not Rick Handley +P as the introducer of Bill 90. Mr. Handley no longer will be 8 2 held responsible for Bill 90. Pi Executive Re~ort: David Fields suggest that S.A. sell the S.A. car. Committee& Council Reports: .Meel30~1' Cornnittee anrrounced that speaking arrangements will be arranged for candidates on Tuesday at 7:30 Room 213. The President's Hearing Body has been replaced by the Student Conduct Committee. Old Business None 4 New Business: Bill 92 was introduced by Don Beaumont and seconded by Don Lart. It calls for the allotment of $2696.40 to Sky Diving Club from kh Surplus. The bill was moved to Budget Council with a vote of 19-0. Biil 93 was introduced by Karen Wright and seconded by Vicky McLean. It requires that all organizations whose members receive academic credit for their activities henceforth receive no S.A. funds as of 1972-73, thus Bill 54 is null and void. The bill was accepted with 14 in favor. Resolution 10 was introduced by Don Latt and seconded by Karen Wright. It proposes a list of faculty candidates to be drawn UD by students with the provision that the Faculty Assembly can make additions. These candidates would hold seats in Senate. The resolution was defeated 17-1.

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Resolution 11 was introduced by Karen Wright and seconded by It proposes to keep Fall-brook open. The resolution was --unanimously accepted. Resolution 12 was introduced by Jon Levine and seconded by Don Latt. It proposes that Election Committee should not be involved in setting up discussions between candidates. It was accepted 13-6. Bill 94 was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Ron Sears. It calls for the allotment of funds to sponsor a speaker for Honors Convocation. The bill was moved to committee with a vote of 16. Meeting was adjourned at 6 : 2 5. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE S~TE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO,.NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting April 8, 1971 SENATE KINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5:09. Senators Pfiel, Wallace, Latt and Poland were absent. The minutes were accepted as read. Executive Peport None Committee and Council Eeoorts None Old Eusiness None New Business Bill 95 called for the allotment of $5750 to the Black Student Union to cover expenses of Black Week. The bill was accepted 10-5-1. The bill was introduced bv the Chair and seconded by Burt Naznitsky. Resolution 13 was introduced by Karen Wright and Jon Levine. It calls for the attendance to graduation ceremonies be non-mandatory. Bill 96 was introduced by ~ick Handley and seconded by by Jon Levine. It concerns the allotment of $450 to Vega for aspeaker for Honors Convocation from the Progran Fund. The bill was passed 13-2. Bill 97 was intrcduced by Karen bight and Bob Goode,. and was passed unanimously. It states that Elections will be held next fall for any housing units which change from male to female and visa versa. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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1; 4. Bill 98 was introduced by Burt Maznitskv an6 seconded by t1 %F Karen Wright. The bill will allow the B.S.U. to charge $1.00 /' surcharge to F.S.A. and S.A. card holders to the Roberta Flack concert. io b* The meeting was.adjourned at 6:58. -I Vietnam: Love it or Leave it & CLLL Carolyn 4ah

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting April 15, 1971 SENATE MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5~12. Senators Knauer, Borsack, Fletcher, Gnazzo Pfiel, Law and Koller were elsewhere. The minutes were taken without correction. I Campus Ministry Council will sponsor "celebrate Life" and Easter Festivity. There was no old business to be found. New Business: a Bill 9-9 was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Rbn SGars. A referendum will be offered at S.A. elections to establish ,student priorities concerning athletic associations. This bill was passed unanimously. H Bill 100 was also introduced by the Chair (yeah Chair). This will be added to the referendum: All senators shall be elected at the time of all campus elections. There shall be two elections, one in the Spring and ane in the Fall semester.At each time, one-half of the senate shall be elected. Amendment to S.A. Constitution Article I, Section I11 #3. Bill 101 was introduced by Rick Handley and seconded by Mike Brody. It calls for the allotment of $200.00 from the Senate Executive expense account for the Chief Justice's salaryThis bill was $abled (12-5-1.) Bill 102 was introduced by the Chair and secanded by Rick Handley. It calls for the allotment of $2,000.00 to the Black Student Union for expense3 incurred during Black Week. The vote was 10-10 and the Chair voted in favor. Bill 103 was introduced by Donn Latt. It will appear as a referendum and will be added to Article I, Section I11 #4. The faculty at S.U.C.O. shall have one seat on Senate for every 200 members or the greater part thereof shall be elected by F.A-. Faculty shall be defined as teaching personnel part time and full timeRM.218 HfWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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I SENATE MINUTES April 15,1971 Bill 104 was introduced by Donn Latt and seconded by Kay Denton. It calls for the allotment of $175.00 to the Spanish Club for Pedro Juan Soto. Celebrate Black Week AX1 Year Long,

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 6th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 22, 1971 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:12 ~bnators Pf iel, Naznitsky Whitney Denton, Goode, Wright, and Gnazzo were absent Mbr~aes. should read-with the fallowingadded: Bill 105 Amendment of Election Bill to extend date of turning in expense account. Bill 106 Resolution 14 as passed. I 1 Executive Report: Students are needed to help worM on the Health Center Committee. I I Old Business : Bill 101 introduced by Rick ley concerns the increase of salary of th Chief Justice. The Bill was ed 4 in favor and 8 opposed. ~ew Businrcs s i Bill 107 introduced by the Chair and sedonded by Rick Handley concerns selling the S.A. ear.' The Bill wad passed 10-4. Bill 108 introduced by the Chair a d seconded by Rick Handley The Bill amends S.A. const2tution i rticle I,. Section I11 #3. All senators shall be elected at tde time of all campus elections, and shall hold office for one year com encing the first day of the first month after elections. The Bill was una irnously refered to committee. Bill 109introduced by the Chair an seconded by Don Latt The itemized budget for 1971-1972 9 s $256,896.76. The Bill was moved to be tabled by Ron Sears and seconded bd Rick Handley. The Bill was tabled unanimously I Bill 110 was introduced by the Cha r and seconded by Don Latt. The Bill concerns the S.A. fee for 71-72. on Sears moved to table and the Bill was unanimously tabled. 1 I The meeting was adjourned shortly dfter this, the exact time is unfortunate1 lost forever. I I Will The REAL President Please Stant Up, ( c