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STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT OSWEGO 7TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION 1971-1972 Edward Borey--President Denise Hart--Vice-president R. David Field--Treasurer

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INDEX Title page...... ......................................... Index..... .............................................. i . ........................... Preamble to the Constitution 11 Constitution.................... ........................ 1 By-laws ................................................. 6 Agendas, Minutes, Voting Records of Meetings ............. Bills out of Senate...................................... Resolutions out of Senate. ...............................



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PREAMBLE WE, THE STUDENTS OF THE -STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK ,, ~ COLLEGE AT OSWEGO, IN RECOGNITION OF THE RESPONSIBILITY SW@gD BY THE ADMINISTRATION, THE FACULTY, AND THE STUDENT BODY IN OF NEW YORK AT OSWEGO STUDENT ASSOCIATION, BELIEVING THAT' BY STUDENT ASSOCIATION BY STUDENTS OR STUDENT ~RQWSZATSQNS :' TO PROMOTE IN THE INTEREST OF THE COLLEGE CONMUNI'PY, A PROGRAM OF SERVICE, SOCIAL ACTIVITY, AND EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS.

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CONSTITUTION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE AT OSWEGO ARTICLE I Section I All legislative power herein granted shall be vested in the Senate of the Student Association. Section I1 1. The Senate shall be composed of members chosen annually by the living center or centers. (The term living center shall be defined in the By-Laws of this constitution.) 2. All Senators shall be regularly enrolled students of the State University of New York College at Oswego with an accumulative grade point index of at least the college minimum for good academic standing, and each shall at the time of his election be a member of that living center and shall remain a member of that living center for the duration of his office.tt 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 living center for the coming semester. The Senate shall determine the number of Senators to be chosen by each living center or group of living centers. The number of Senators shall never exceed 66 nor be less than 33. No living center shall be denied representation. b4. When vacancies occur in the Senate by resignation or otherwise, they shall be immediately filled by Writs of Election issued by the Executive Authorities of the living center or centers, affected, and eventually filled by special election conducted among the residents of such living centers. 5. The Vice-president of the Student Association shall be the President of the Senate, but shall have a vote only in the event of a tie. 6. The Senate shall choose its other officers, and also a president pro tempore, in the absence of the Vice-president, or when he shall exercise the office of Preskdentcbf the Student Association. 7. The Senateshall have the sole power of impeachment and trial of impeachments. In all cases of impeachment the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall preside, except in the case of his own impeachment in which case the Vice-president of the Student Association shall preside. No person shall be convicted without the occurrance of 2/3 of the members present. 8. Judgement on cases of impeachment shall not extend further then to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor or trust in the Student Association. Section I11 1. Senators may be elected at an open election of the members of their living center or living centers group. 2. The Senate shall assemble at least once every full

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academic week during the college year, except during the weeks of final examinations and the first week of,.the fall semester. 3. All Senators shall be elected at the time of the All-Campus Elections. Section IV -1. The Senate shall be the judge of the qualifications of its own members; and a majority shall constitute a quorum to do business. But a smaller number may convene &n'd may=be authorized to compel the attendance of absent members under such penalties provided by the Senate." 2. The Senate may determine the rules of its proceedings, discipline its members for disorderly behavior, and with the concurrence of 2/3's of the total Senate, expel a member. 3. The Senate shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from time to time publish the same, and the years and days of the Senate on any question shall, at the desire of 1/5 of those present, be entered in the journal. Section V No Senator shall, during the time for which he was chosen hold any other civil office under the authority of the Student Association and no person holding any office under the Student Association shall be a member of the Senate during his continuance in office. Section VI Every bill which shall have passed the Senate, before it becomes law, shall be presented to the President of the Student Association. If he approves it he shall sign it; but if he returns it with his objections to the Senate, they shall enter the objections in the Journal and proceed to reconsider it. If after such reconsideration 2/3's of the total Senate agrees to pass the bill it shall become law. But in all cases the vote of the Senate shall be determined by yeas, nays, and the names of the persons voting for and against 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 Senate 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 determine the expenditures of the Student Association Tax for the general welfare of the Student Association; 4. To have authority to make recommendations over all matters of policy affecting student welfare under this constitution; 5.' To determine the line of succession to the office of

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Student Association President following the Student Association Vice-president; 6. To initiate and enact any legislation necessary to implement for forgoing powers or to fulfill the purpose of this constitution as set forth in the preamble except where such jurisdiction shall be denied by the policies of the State University of'New.York or the State University of New York College at Oswego. Section VIII 1. No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropiations made by law, and a regular statement and account of the receipts and expenditures of all money shall be published from time to time. 2. The Senate shall pass no law regarding the internal operation of any student organization recognized under the authority of the office of the Dean of Students. Section IX 1. Upon presentation to the Senate of the Position of 25% of the number of voters in the previous All-Campus Election any bill which they shall deem necessary shall be submitted to the Student Association within 2 weeks after the presentation of the petition to be accepted or rejected, and if accepted, shall have the same standing as any bill passed by the Senate and signed by the Student Association President. 2. The Senate may, by 2/3's vote of the total membership, submit any bill to the Student Association who shall accept or reject it; and if accepted said bill shall have the same standing as any bill passed by the Senate and signed by the Student Association President. Article I1 Section 1. 1. The executive power shall be vested in a Student Association President who shall, together with the Student Association VicePresident, be elected by an All-Campus Election at the earliest practicable date during the period from the 15th of March to the 15th of April; and hold office for a term of the one year commencing the last day of .May of the same year. 2. The President and Vice-president shall be regularly enrolled students with an accumulative grade point index of at least two-tenths of a point (.2) above the college minimum for good for good academic standing, and shall not be eligible for graduation until the completion of the semester in which the term of office ends. The President at the beginning of the fall semester during his term of office shall be at least a first semester junior with the minimum number of credits to be considered as such, and the VicePresident shall be at least a second semester sophomore. 3. In the event of the inability of the President to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the same shall revolve on the VicePresident. Section I1

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1. The Student Association President, before taking office shall take the following oath of office: I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the Student Association, and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the constitution of the Student Association of the State University of New York College at Oswego. 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 semester; 2. The appointment, with the consent of the Senate, of all the officers, whose appointments shall not be otherwise provided for; 3. The presentation of periodic messages upon the State of thestudent Association to the Senate; 4. The execution of all legislation of the Senate for which he shall be responsible to the Senate, except where a specific executive department shall be given authority, in which case the appropriate executive head shall be responsible to the SEnate. Section IV The Student AssociationPresident shall be empowered to: 1. Require the opinion in writing of the principle officer of any executive department upon any subject relating to the department. 2. Convene such special sessions of the Senate as he shall deem necessary. 3. Reccomrnend to the Senate such measures as he shall deem necessasy and expedient. 4. Enter into agreements with agencies and organizations outside the college community by and with the consent of the Senate and the proper college authorities; 5. Represent the Student Association personally and through his appointed representatives, and all its dealings with agencies and organization outside the college community; 6. Assume such other executive powers as shall not be denied by tile policies of thestate University of New York or the State University of New York College at Oswego,->&r by this constitution. ARTICLE I11 Section I The Judicial power shall be vested in a Supreme Court and such lower courts as the Senate shall establish. The number and manner of selestion on justices of the Supreme and lower courts shall be determined by the Senate and the appointments of the justices of the lower courts shall be for one year. Justices of the Supreme Court shall serve from the time of their Appointment until they shall vacate their office by resignation or otherwise. Section I1 The Senate shall establish such administrative offices

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as it shall deem necessary for the operation of the Supreme and lower courts and the Supreme Court shall appellate jurisdiction over any lower court created by the Senate. ,-A '5 Section I11 The judicial power shall extend: 1 To all cases to which the Student Association shall be a party except as otherwise stated in the following parts of this section. To the student approval of all locd s-tudent organization -. constitutions. To any case involving -:he constitutionality of an act or ruling of the Student Associat.Lon. To any case involving violation of an act of the Senate except as otherwise stated in the following parts of this section. To any dispute between students, or between student organizations, if no lower court, housing unit court, executive committee or commission, judicial board, or standards committee shall have prior jurisdiction, in which case the Supreme Court shall have the power to decide whether the trial or hearing was conducted properly with the power to remand such cases back to the original trial body. And to any other case where jurisdiction shall not be denied by the policies of thestate University of New York or the State University of New York College at Oswego. ARTICLE IV This Constitution may be amended in the following manner: Upon the signing of a petition ly 2/3 of the number of voters in the previous All-Campus Election, or by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate, an amendment may be presented to the Student Association within two weeks after the presentation of the petition, in the case of such a presentation, to be accepted or rejected, and if accepted shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of this constitution. ARTICLE V 1. All engagements with organizations or agencies outside of or within the college shall be as valid against the Student Association under this constitution, as under the Associated Student Body Council. 2. This constitution, and the laws of the Student Association which shall be made in pursuance thereof, and all the authority of the Student Association shall be the supreme law of student life at the State University of New York College at Oswego except where they may conflict with the policies or practices of the State University of New York or the State University College at Oswego. 3. The Senators before mentioned and all executive and judicial officers, of the Student Association shall be bound by oath or affirmation to support this constitution. ARTICLE VI The ratification of this constitution shall be determined by

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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. 1. A living center shall'be defined for the purposes of Senate apportionment to one of three categories as follows: (a) on campus residence halls, (b) off-campus residence units recognizsd as residence halls by the college, and (c) commuters (all students not residing in living centers categorized by a or b above). The Senate shall determine each year the grouping of the several living for the purposes of apportionment and enumeration of Senators to be elected by these groups of living centers. These By-Laws may be amended by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate. 2. Permanent speaking seats shall be awarded to: (a) A representative 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 the Athletic Council. (dl And to the delegated representaitve of any organization which the Senate shall designate by a majority vote. 3. The legislative session shall be one (1) year in length and shall begin on the first day in May in one year and end on the last day of April of the following year. 4. All meetings of the Senate shall be conducted by Robert's Rules of Order. 5. Civil Officials shall be: (a) President and Vice-president of Student Association. (b) Senators of the Student Association (c) Justices of the Supreme and lower Courts. (dl Chairman and members of the various departments and the committees of the Student Association Executive and Judicial Branches. 6. A Senator or 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 discharging the duties of his office. 7. These By-Laws may be amended by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate. All By-Laws to this constitution shall be subject to Interpretation as bills under the provision of

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-7Article I, Section 9 of this constitution. 8. This association is not organized for profit nor for the pecuniary gain of its members, officers or other.private persons. It may not issue stock or declare or distribute dividends. No part of the income of the association shall innure to the benefit of any member, officer, or other person, except it may pay a reasonable compensation for services rendered in effecting one or more of the association's purposes, andno member, officer, or other person shall be entitled to sharein the distribution of any of the association assets on dissolution of the association. Any balance of money or assets remaining after the full payment of association obligations shall be directed exclusively to the furtherance of educational purposes. 9. Upon the dissolution of the association, the members, after payment or making provision for payment of the-just debts, obligations and liabilities of the association, will dispose of all of its assets by transfer to such other not-for-profit organization(s), or organization(s) organized and operated exclusively for educational purposes, or such other purposes as shall at that time qualify for exemption under Section 501-C (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and Section 420 of the New York State Real Property Tax Law as, in the judgement of the members, is best qualified and competent to promote the purposes of the association. 10. No part of the activities of the association shall be carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attampting to influence legislation or participating in, or intervening in (including the publication or distribution of statements) any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office.



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association' State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session Senate Meeting /a! May 4, 1971 SENATE MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5:15. Corrections to the Minutes of 4/27/71: Chief Justice Gary Gardner to Supreme Court. Executive Report: On May 9, there will be no electrical power from 6:00 A.M. to li30 in the dorms, 7:00 A.M. to 12:30 in the Dining Halls and 5:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. in the Academic Buildings. Old Business: Bill #I13 was reintroduced hnd tabled. Bill #I15 was introduced by Rick Handley and defeated. New Business: Bill #I18 was introduced by Ron Sears and seconded by Don Beaumont. It concerns a $3.00 S.A. fee to Summer Students to help finance programming of summer activities. The bill was passed unanimously. Bill #I19 was introduced by Donn Latt and seconded by Mike Brody. It concerns the transferal of $5,050 from Surplus to Program. The bill was passed 16-4. Bill #I13 was introduced by Donn Latt which calls for the allotment of $398 from Program Fund to the Order of Prometheus* The bill was passed 20-0. Bill #I20 was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Mike Brody. It concerns the establishment of a committee to handle the Free University. The bill was passed 15-4. Senatorial elections were accepted in the following areas: Lonis-Moreland Johnson, Riggs Scales Waterbury, Hart, Funnelle RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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k lh, f Cayuga, Onondaga and Commuters. The elections in the following areas were not approved: Oneida, Seneca and Greeks. 3 /.. K The meeting was then swiftly brought to a close at 6:45. ~r Celebrate: Be Kind to the Chair Day

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 13, 1971 SENATE MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5:09. Senators Naznitsky, Fletcher, Mecurio were absent. The minutes were approved. Executive Report: Chief Justice Gardner swore in the newly elected senators. We are reminded that until senators are elected from Seneea, Oneida and the Greek Community, that the seats may be filled by appointment. Motion to nominate a President Pro Tempore was tabled 10-2. Vicky McLean moved to resend Roberts Rules for the Senate of 1971-72. The motion was carried 19-1. New Business : Bill #1 introduced by the Chair and seconded by Rick Handley calls for amendments to Bill #74 of the 6th Legislative Session. The bill was passed 20-1 with the following amendment: There shall be no new campaign and Election eonunittee will be responsible for the removal of all old campaign posters. This meeting was adjourned at a time which is now lost to eternity, R.I.P. caroly: Wah 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 7th Letislative Session '3rd Senate Meeting SENATE AGENDA Call to Order Roll Call Announcements from the Chair Acceptance of Minutes Executive Reports a) President b) Vice-president Treasurer's Report Old Business Bill 5tabled last week: concerns administration and control of Program Fund New Business Billintroduced by Tom Burton; concerning temporary proxy Billintroduced by the Chair; concerning compensation for the nine extended days in office of Peter Zimmerman and JuGj Paratore Billintroduced by Jfll Wallace; concerning allotments to Catalina Club Billintroduced by Paul Lukasiewicz; concerning the Who's Who Selection Committee Resolutionintroduced by Paul Lukasiewicz; concerning voting on Bills and Resolutions RM.218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Agendapage 2 BillIntroduced by the Chair; concerning use of Student Fee to purchase alcoholic beverages BillIntroduced by the Chair; concerning Progra m Policy Board BillIntroduced by the Chair; concerning Reserve Acc~ount BillIntroduced by the Chair; concerning the use of alcoholic beverages out of doors 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 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 20, 1971 SENATE MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5:01 P.M. The minutes were accepted without change. Senators Cooper, Hopkins Gloskin, Hyman, Lupia, Muller Thomas and Zenahan were not present. Executive Report: Presidenz Peter Zirnmerman spoke with the newly appointed Senate for just a few moments, and wished them, as well as the new president and Vice President, good luck in the coming year. Ed Borey and Denise Hart were then sworn in by Chief Justice Gary Gardner as the newly elected President and Vice President of Student Association. Following this, Chief Justice Gardner swore in all new senators from Seneca, Oneida and the Greeks, as well as any senators who had missed the first meeting and had not yet been sworn in. Treasurer's Report: David Field mentioned the fact that there is about $8,000.00 left in Surplus to work with for the rest of this year. He spoke about two bills he was introducing intb Senate concerning Intercollegiate Sports, and said that a referendum on what sports were wanted could not be carried out, since you either have all the sports or none. Old Business: The first item introduced under this category was the untabling of the election for President Pro Tempore. The motion was made by Don Beaumont, and seconded by Jill Wallace. The nominees were: 30n Beaumont, Paul Lukasiewicz and Jill Wallace. Upon these three people leaving the room a vote was cast by all Senate members, and Ji3l Wallace won the position. ,!' RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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New Business: Bill #2 was introduced by the Chair, and seconded by Jill Wallace. This bill concerned the incorporation of Intercollegiate Programs into the budget for 1971-72. After some discussion, Gloria Greenfield moved to table the bill, and this was seconded by Jill Wallace. This motion passed 16-3. After being tabled, David Field mentioned to Senate that they had better untable the bill, and either pass or reject it since the mandatory-voluntary referendum was due the following week. Tom Burton then moved to untable the bill, and it was seconded by Vicky McLean. The question was called, and the bill then passed 19-5. Bill #3, introduced by the Chair, concerned a revision to the total budget amount, which now included Intercollegiate Activities. This bill also raised the student activity fee to $30.00 per semester. The bill was seconded by Jill Wallace. Upon the question being called and seconded, it passed 17-4. Bill #4, which concerns the allotment of $882.20 to R. David Field for a spring social in Hewitt Union was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Vicky McLean. The question was called, and this bill passed 18-2. Resolution #2, introduced by Paul Lukasiewicz, calls for a role call vote on all bills and resolutions introduced into Senate, as well as having the minutes and the vote of all senators printed in the next edition of the Oswegonian for all Senate meetings. This resolution was seconded by Bob DelMonte. Upon the question being called, the resolution passed unanimously. Bill #5, introduced by Rick Handley and seconded by Vicky McLean, lays down the guidelines to be followed in dispersing funds from the Program Fund. Jill Wallace moved to table this bill. A role call vote was taken, and the bill was tabled 21-2. Bill #6 was introduced by the Chair, and concerns the salaries of the Judicial ~oard of student Association for the year 1970-71. Paul Lukasiewicz moved to make an amendment to this bill, by deleting the $200 requested for the Chief Justice. This amendment was seconded by Tom Burton. The question was called, and the amendment passed unanimously. The question on the bill was then called, a role call taken, and it passed 23-0. Bill #7 introduced by the Chair, and seconded by Don Beaumont, concerns the guidelines to be followed in the mandatory-voluntary fee referendum. The question was called, a role call taken, and the bill passed 23-0.

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Bill #8, which was introduced by Vicky McLean, concerns an amendment to the Student Association Constitution, to allow for two senate elections; one at the time of the All-Campus' Election and one in the fall. After being seconded by Debby Soroka, this bill was tabled unanimously, (23-0). Commuting Senator Ann Kronenbitter submitted a signed petition by commuters requesting that a twelfth commuting senator be placed in the Senate, since twelve positions were available, and only eleven were filled. It was decided that a resolution should be drawn up and submitted to Senate for approval, giving the President the right to seat the twelfth person. It was designated that the person chosen to fill this seat should be named in the Resolution. The meeting was then swiftly adjourned at 6:45 P.M. Power to the People, &,,, Senators Dennis Adamy Ed Balaban Don Beaumont Mike Brody Tom Burton Bob DelMonte Namej s Ercums Pat Hopkins i Ed Xinloch Ted Klein Ann Kronenbitter Cheryl LaRocco Paul Lukasiewicz Eileen McCarthy John McCarthy Victoria McLean Eugene Maier Christopher Nolland Carol Teelin Marshall Trionfero Bob Troia Jill Wallace Gloria Wright Debby Soroka Linda Bogden ROLE CALL VOTE Bill #5 Bill #6 Bill $7 Bill #8 -Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Substitute left before bills were resented Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Was not present to vote on these bills. Y Stands for a Yes Vote, N Stands .for a No Vote.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University Colleg Senate Legislative Session Senate Meeting e at Oswego September 16, 19 71 SENATE AGENDA all to Order Roll Call Announcements from the Ohair Acceptance of Minutes Executive Reports Treasurer's Re~ort Old Business New Business BillIntroduced by Chair; concerning summer sesson debts BillIntroduced by Chair; concerning Heraldo Mundoz. 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 7th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting SENATE MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 5:10 P.M. The only change in the minutes was in Resolution #2, which was not passed unanimously, due to the fact that a few senators had voted no. The following senators were not present: Ed Balaban, Namejs Ercums, Nona Gloskin, Nancy and Pat Hopkins, Ross Hyman, Ed Kinlock, Vicky McLean Carol Teelin, and Greg Zerrhan. Executive Report: Ed Borey mentioned the fact that all appointments to the various committees and councils relating to Student Association would be made in the fall. It was also reported that the student activity fee had been passed as mandatory for the fall. Vice-president's Re~ort: It was deciced that the Senate Minutes would be posted upon being available on the bulletin board "subject to approval1' at the following senate meeting. All senators were asked to read the Model Bill of Rights and ResponBibilities, and to make suggests if they feel it needs changes or revisions. Old Business: The only item under Old Business was Bill #5, which deals with the guidelines of the Program Fund. Rick Handley motioned to untable this bill, and it was seconded by Ted Klein. After the bill being explained by Dave Field, the question was called and the bill passed unanimously. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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New Business: Bill #9 was introduced by Tom Bwrbon and concerned temporary proxy for absent senators. The bill was seconded by Don Beaumont. Upon the question being called, the bill passed unanimously. Bill #lo, which was introduced by the Chair concerned compensation for the extra time the president and vice-president worked past the May 1st deadline. This bill was seconded by Cam Buehler. Upon the question being called, the bill was defeated 16-3-3 abstentions. Bill #11 was introduced by Jill Wallace, concerning the allotment of $901.00 to the Catalina Club. Since the bill concerning the Program Fund had passed, and in fact stated that all money bills were to be introduced three weeks before the need arose for the money, bill #5 had to be br back up for re-consideration. This motion was made by Don Beaumont and second* by Debby Soroka. The bill was then made to take affect as of September lst, I97l?unanimously. This done, Bill #11 was brought back up to the floor, and then passed unanimously. Bill #1#.6 dealing with the establishment of a Who's Who Committee, was introduced by Paul Lukasiewicz. Upon the question being called it passed 20-2abstentions. Resolution #3 was introduced by the Chair, and concerns the right to purchase alcoholic beverages with student fees. The resolution pa-s-.&conded by Tom Burton, and passed &6-5. Bill #13, introduced by the Chair, conaerns the setting-up of a Student Association Program Policies Board. This bill was seconded by Debby Saroka. Jill Wallace called the question, and it passed 21-1 abstention. Bill #14, introduced by the Chair, allots $5,000 to the Student Association Reserve Account. The bill was seconded by Don Beaumont. Don Beaumont called the question, and the bill passed unanimously. B&&&lution #4, which calls for al2ouiiig: 43-q use of liquor in a controlled and determined area, was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Rick Handley. Upon the question being called, it passed unanimously. Bill #15 calls for the allotment of $2218.00 for the Golf National Championship, to be includek3 in the Inter-Collegiate Budget. This bill was 2mt~ailuced by the chair and qecondedl-Qy Rick Handley. Upon the question being called, the bill was passed unanimously.

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Bill #16 was introduced by Eileen McCarthy, and seconded by Don Beaumont. This bill concerned the allotment of $200 from the program fund for the Flying Club to participate in the First Annual Intercollegiate Soaring Contest. It passed unanimously. The meeting was then swiftly adjourned at 7:52 P.M. Alls Well That Ends Well, k/eanne Harms Senators Dennis Adamy Don Beaumont Mike Brody Tom Burton Bob DelMonte Ted Klein Ann Kronenbitter Cheryl LaRocco Paul Lukasiewicz Eileen McCarthy John McCarthy Eugene Maier Christopher Nolland .Marshall Trionfero Bob Troia Jill Wallace Gloria Wright Debby Soroka Linda Bogden Gail Sutton David Thomas ROLE CALL VOTE Bill #5 Bill #9 Bill #10 Bill #11 Bill #12

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Senators ',Dennis Adamy Don Beaumont 'Linda Bogden *-Mike Brody Tom Burton Bob DelMonte
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DATE Sept. 2 2 24 Oct 1 6 8 9 10 13 15 20 22 2 5 27 29 Nov. 5 10 11 12 19 Dec. 1 3 10 13 15 STUDENT ASSOCIATION PROGRAM POLICY BOARD EVENTS 4ao-71 CATEGORY Impromptu Film Film Impromptu Fi lm Film Cul tural Impromptu Film Impromptu Fi lm POP Impromptu Film Fi lm Impromptu POP Fi lm Fi lm Impromptu Fi lm Fi lm Cultural Impromptu EVENT David Pengel ly ( fol k singer) Putney Swope Joe Cashman & Rai ken (fol k singers) Woods tock Woods tock Percussion '70 Fredonia Brass Quintet The Heart is a Lonely Hunter Burgundy Sound (jazz-rock group) W. C. Fie1 ds (Six of a Kind, Never Give a Sucker an Even Break) Chase (rockjazz group) Art Pomeroy (pianist-vocal ist) Lovers and Other Strangers Medi um Cool Syracuse Percuss ion Ensemble Syracuse Rock Ensemble In the Heat of the Night Diary of a Mad Housewife Syracuse Brass Ensemble Rachel, Rachel Ham1 e t Danish Gym Team Syracuse String Ensemble EXPENSE $ 150.00 performer 250.00 film 8.23 projectionist 525.00 film 9.25 projectionist 200.00 performers 20.00 agent 6.00 A.V. man 2.50 equipment 750.00 film 7.40 projectionist 7.40 projectionist 1750.00 performers 300.00 performers 30.00 agent 3010.18 projectionist 250.00 performers 25.00 agent 52.50 film 75.00 film 6.48 projectionist 3500.00 performers 150.00 performer 15.00 agent 6.00 A.V. man 2.50 equipment 300.00 film 2.50 handl i ng 9.25 projectionist 250.00 film 2.50 handl i ng 10.18 projectionist 375.00 performers 600.00 performers 150.00 film 8.33 projectionist 250.00 film 8.33 projectionist 375.00 performers 125.00 film 9.25 projectionist 275.00 film 10.18 projectionist 1 750.00 performers 375.00 performers

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DATE CATEGORY EVENT EXPENSE Jan. 7 Film Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody $ 127.50 film Came 10.18 projectionist 2.50 hand1 i ng BUDGET ALLOCATIONS EXPENDITURES Impromptu Events Budgeted $10,500.00 Expenditures 1,952.00 Balance $ 8,548.00 Cul tural Events Budgeted $40,000.00 Expendi tures 3,500.00 Balance $36,500.00 Popul ar Events Budgeted $20,000.00 Expenditures 4,100.00 Balance $\ 5,900.00 Films Budgeted $ 7,500.00 Expendi tures : projectionist 122.24 film equipment etc.' Bal ance

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNlVE.RSlTY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 StuSent Xssociction S tcte Univ.>r~l-by C.bliege 2.t Oswego S clrr, t 3 7th LegislztFve -. Session 5 th Senate ueting The meting was called to order at 5:10 i? .el. The minutes were accepted zs read, The following senstors were not present: Linda Bogdzx, Trini -Cooper, Rona Gloskin, ~d Xinlock, David Thorns~, Vicky 1:i~Lea.n~ Gene I.:aier, Gzil Sutton, C~trol Teelin, Lizrshall Trionfero, and Gloriz -,;right. Substitutes were: Rick Doal (for Trini cooper) Jon Levine ( for 2d Kinlock), Tom ':'i'alsh ( for .&gene bier), and Paula Krch (for Gloria right) A consensus of the Senste was tdcen regarding the waivine of bill i;'9 for this meeting providing for writtsn roster of Sent;tor s~imtit~tcs, The consensus was, in favor of the wziver Kinete3n ib fzvor, and two opposed, The chsir rz~d a letter of resignztion effective Sept, 20,1971 fron I.lichzzl Brody Smstor from Sceles Jon Levine mov-zd to zzcept the resignztion ad it was pzsssd by th~ floor. 3d Borey preocntcd a report on the Btticz prison situstion, Xter r~uch iiiscussion ad questioning, Sob Delrionte novccl to end discus~icn and Ted Uein secon&xi it. The nove nss czrric2. -?esol::tion ;;!5 l:i~~ brougkt UP Sy Jon L.zvina in "? supi,ort 02 the Buffrlo st~uclents on strike Tor Attics. I~ke 3roCg secondzd it, 2nd it -212s c~rried by the Senats. 3r. llock spoke noxton the nc3 ststus of the Infiksry. Anong m:ay st~den$t-s ~u:stions he znzaered, ho also par'csd out z pnnphlzt cxplirninc the nzn opsrations of the Infirmry and its irns~~c+fcn s tudents RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 4 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Denise Eat ?resented lists of Senat2 Zouncils sad Stmding Co;xittses. .kch zenctor !;i;izE asked to bn 2 :xi:b-3r n: a of one co~i~cil ard one comitts~. i~l, chzir asked %he floor to approvz the ap~ointllients or' TOM 3u-rtcn >?d Don Eecii-on% to the kenate l%n~+nce 2orr;rittee with Jill 3allxe zs cilr5.ron. On EL xovz fro^,; Vile floor these ap2ointnen-i;s asra approved. After discucsion of vrryiog schedulzs were mend to Tuesdcys at 5:00 T.Y. Sen:-t to hew 211 legisl:.timl ir, to the SA secre the prxeding dey. Sen~te ~eetinys ors az-3 reninded tary by noon of After sons infom21 discussion of recessing it was decided to continua ~:ith the mesti~g. -Dzvid nalds g2vz LII ebbreviatell Trezsurar's Report on Bill ;!!17, regzrding the contiiiu~.tion 09 e scholsrchip to Heralilo I.:mdoz. Tizerc n3s no old business. Bill .;I7 wrs brouzh t bzclr on thz ?loor 2nd D.:ESC?~ vith 11 in Icvor, 5 o3possd ad 10 ebstentions.

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k ? STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE + s ?STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BORSY DLMSL L HART i CIUIMWT VIC8 CIUIDIWT ). \b k Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 6th Senate Keeting Senate Xinutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 P.U. Tom Burton amended the agenda to include Bill 20, concerning the submitting of a constitution and a roster of officers from every club to the Student Association and the SA Supreme C ourt Jill Wallace amended the agenda by adding a Bill, concerning the allotment of $350.00 to the Senate Finance Committee for a secretary, Paul Lukasiewicz asked that the Reports from Various Committees be included under the Announcements from the Chair, Senators not present mere: Tim Cooper, Nona Gloskin, Nancy and Pat Hopkins, Ed Kinlock, Gene Dliaier, Chris Nolland Gail Sutton, Gloria ':;'right, And Carol Teelin. Substitutes were: Dave Nealon (for Scales dorm), Rich Doe1 (for Tim Cooper) and 3d ldagdziak ( for Dennis Adamy) The Senators were asked to hsve all legislation in to the SA secretary by noon of the preceding day. Also thet each senator has a mailbox in the SA office and were asked to use it. Alist for the addresses and constituency of every senator was passed eround and the senators were asked to fill it out. The meeting,if it ran later than 7:00 P.N., was to be moved to room 213H.U. Paul Lukasiewicz gave his report on Academic Affairs. From his talking with Dr. Dunha he reported that there were mamdatory finals and that if you had 3 cuts in a course pur professor could give you ZZI 2. David Fields stated that there should be a motion allocating money for the evening meals and refreshments of the

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Bob Delmonte moved to vote-on it and Ed Balaban seconded itL It was carried unanimously. Jill Wallace moved thst $350.00 be given to the Senate Finance Committee for a secretary to t&e the minutes. Tom Burton seconded it and it was defeated by the Senate. Don Beaumont asked for clarification and Jill Wallace obliged him. After more discussion, Jill Wallace made a motion to re-vote and Tom Burton seconded it. It was carried by the Senata with 14 in favor and 2 opposed. Don Beaumont proposed that the motion, concerning the allotment of $350.00 for a secretary, be withdrawn from the agenda and be given to the SA secretary. Sd Balhban moved to accept this and Debbie Soroka seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Paul Luksiewicz stated that the Student Affairs should look into having returnable coke bottles and bicycle racks in front of the Academic buildings. Ed Borey announced his ap?ointment of Jon Levine to the commuter seat temporarily until the elections in November. Tom Burton moved to vote on it and Jill Viallace seconded it. It was carried by the Senate He also announced that Elliot Schlissel and BrshnWlesWwere paid members of his staff. Denise Hart announced her appointment of Holly Harkins as the Senate secretery. Jill Vallace moved to vote on it and Cheryl LaRocco seconded it. It was curied by the Senate. She also read Billgl3, concerning Progran Board Policy and introduced Kathy Deal, Hewitt Union Advisor to the Board. Don Beaumont was selected as the member fron the Senate Finance Committee to work on the Board. Nominations for another Senate representative were accep-t;ed by the Chair. Jon Levine made a motion to vote and Don Beaumont seconded

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The Chair introduced Heraldo ETundoz, who spoke on the Attica State Prison sitwtion. He asked for a contribution fro= the Senate to the families of the dead prisoners for burial pnrposes and the Senate's support of a food fast grogram on cmpus, with the money going to the families. After lengthly discussion and questioning, Jill Wallace moved to end discussion 2nd Bob Delmonte seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. The Chair brought to the Senate's attention that John Froines, activist and cb-defendant of the Chicago 8 Conspiracy Trial,, was available to speak on campus September 22nd, regarding Attica and the march on Albany. After much discussion of whether to pzy him and what the money would be used for, Marshall Trionfero moved to close debate and Bob Delmonte seconded it. It was the consesus of the Senate not to pay him, but that he could speak. on campus and take up a collection if he wished. TREhSUw 'S =PORT David Fields called attention to the blue conies of the Financial Report of lastp year. He stated that th; SA car was sold for $2075.00. He also called attention to the fact that the check cashing was moved upstairs. He gave :n explanation of Bill#19, concerning the allotment of $1057.15 to the summer session project. He answered many questions about the new ID cards. OLD BUSnTSS There was no old business. NEW BUSINESS Dave Nealon moved to dnclude Bill#21 to the agenda. Thi concernsd alloting $250.00 to ths families of the dead prisoners at Attica State Prison for b,zlrid purposes. This money would be taken from the Prograz Fund. Tom Burton seconded it. Due to a tie, The Chair voted bringing it 9 in favor

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. \ STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE A STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 EOWARD J. BOREY DLWL L HART b CIUlWMT VIC. m1.IDRMT Bill&Q, cmcerning submitting a constitution frox every organization to the Supreme Court and the Student Association was intrduced by Ton 3urton. Gary Gardner spoke, answering questions about the bill. Tom. Burton amended the bill by adding thet ezch orgaization submit a roster of officers as well. Jill i!kllace seconded it and it was cmried by the Senate. Bob 3elmonte made a notion to vote and Debbie Soroka seconded it. The bill was czrried with 16 in favor, 3 opposed and 1 abstention. Bill#18, concerning establishing a SA ambulance, was introduced by Tom Burton. The floor was opened to questions which were answered by Ton Burton. Zd Eagziak motioned to re* seconded it. It was defeated. Bob Delnonte moved to change the source of the money allocated fro12 the Progrm Fun& to 6i d RM. 210 nLwrrr UWON pnom tam a41-ssot cess for five minutes; It was seconded by Bob Delnonte. The Senate recessed at 7:OOP.N. and was to reassemble in Rm. 213; The meeting was called to order at 7:05P.N. in Rm. 213, Discussion and questions on Bi11#18 were continued, Dave Nealon moved to close debate and Debbie Soroka seconded it. It was carried and decide to refer the bill to the Finance Committee, ~illfi9 was introduced by the Chair, concerning summer session funds. Don Beaumont moved to table it to the Senate Finance Committee and Ed Balaban seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Paul Lukasiwicz moved to add his appointments to councils to the bottom of the agendz. Don Beawont seconded it and it was carried by the Senate. BilliL/21, concerning the allotment of 5250.00 to the families of the dead prisoners zt Attica Prison, was intruduced by Dave Wealon. After much discussion, John FLcCarthy moved that the name of a relizble person, who would handle the money allocated, be given to the Chzir for approval. Debbie Soroka seconded it and it was carried. After much discussion, Dave Nealon moved to end debate and Rich Doe1

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.. I \ STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE ;? STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 C EDWARD J. BOREY DEMISE L HART 3 MUIOSYT XY VIC. M..IMYT -5the Senate Fund. It was carried by the Senate. Tom Burton moved to end debate and Debbie Soroka seconded it. Russ Hyman moved to vote on Bill221, md Don Beaumont seconded it. It was csrried by the Senate. BilM21 was defeated with 12 opposed and 7 in favor and 2 abstentions. Resolutio&6, introduced by Tom Burton, was concerned with the Senate giving full supsort to the food fast program for the families of the prisoners who died at Attica State Prison. After discussion, Paul Lukasiewicz amended that prisoners be changed to persons. Tom Burton agreed to the amendment and Don Beaumont seconded it. It was carried. Bbn Beaumont moved to vote and Ton! Buton seconded it, It was czrried with 16 in favor, 3 opposed and i abstention. Don Beaumont moved to adjourn and %d balaban secended it. It was defeated on account or" one issue on the egenda. Paul Lukzsiewicz asked that JoAnn Xarshall be appointed to the Librtiry Council asd Rich Ktrshall to the Academic Affairs. Don Beaumont moved to vote ori it and Debbie Soroka seconded it. It was carrisd by the Senate. Ed n3agdziak moved to adjourn and David Thomas seconed it. It was carried by the Senate. The mezting adjourned at 7:44 P.M. Peace and shorter meetings, $i&QJL$Lh Hblly Harkins 1' y nu. 218 nswm UNION mom (151 341-aa02 i I 2

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9 w k -. L 1 A I,* Student Associatim State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 7th Senate I:eeting Senate IIinut e s The meeting mas called to order at 5:12 Po??: The only addition to the agenda was %ll k22, introduced by Don Beamort, concerning election of vacant Senate seats in donna. Senators not present were: Gloria Wright, Ed Bababan, T5m Cooper, Nona Gloskin, Pat Hopkins, Carol Teelin, Gail Sutton, Nancy Hopkins, Ed Kinlock, and Greg Zerrhan, Substitute? were: Marc Saphir(for Sd ~alaban) 3ich doel(for Tim Cooper@, Dave ~ealon(f or ;Sca~ee dorm), and Darlene dackson (for Linda Bogdan). Annoucenents forn Chcir The Senators were invited to the Day Care Ce>ter, September 29, 1971 at 10:00 A.hI. The Senate Eieetings were chmged to Rm. 223 H.U. because the usual Senate room (Rm, 212) was reserved by the BSd st 7:30 I'.N. The Chair introduced George hffer, who answered questions and ex lained the new 1.D. cards. He explained that the cost of the 1.B. card was largely due to hiring people fop registration, distribution of cards, shipping and cameras. After sonie rwatical changes, Jon Levine moved to approve Senrte. B the minutes and ob Delmonte seconded it. It was carried by the Zxecutive's Report 3d Borey, as part of his Legislative Program, re~.d part of a letter from the Chmcellor, giving support to legs1 cuts on Sept. 30-October 2, 1971to allow students to go home and vote. dd answered may questions about the moratorium. Dr. Rock, who nas called on to vote, said that the students should m~ke priDr arrange

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2ments with their instructors, Ed Borey also stated that FSA had a resolution to sell Shore Acres fq, He asked the ,Senate to look into this matter, Ed annouced another bill from his Legislative lrogram that he would like to see the Senate pass. It was concerned with the establishment of zn Zxecutive Board of Students with Food Service for the purpose of student input intb campus wide dining hall policies, Another bill, Ed Borey announced, was the establishment of an Student Zmployee Advisory Board to protect the rights of Student employees on campus. As another bill of his Iiegislative Program, Xd Borey asged for the establi~hment of an hecutive Eoard of Students to sit with the Director of Food Service, the purpose being the establishment of student input into Union Food Jervice Policies, These bills would r-riden the scope of the Senatels influence ad idvovmen t of aampus, His final bill in his legislative packet was to establish a joint committee of three senators, and two members appointed by the Zxecutive to research the possibility of establishing a legal aids corporation, He mnounced two radio shows, he was a panel show with Paul Lukasiewicz, Rich IIarshall, Jon Levine',md Tom Fisher. Its purpose is to discuss pertinent issues of campus. It would begin some time in October and was on station SGO. The other show. will be brcadcasted fom the campus, It v?il.l be an .interveiw show with various senators, administrators, ad professors to inf om stude2ts of what is happening on cmpus, He asked the Senate to look into a campus wide referendum for the expansion of the Senate, He announced thkt he vetoed Bill iI20, concerning the submitting of a constitution from every orgaqization, Dick Porrc ster, Suprene Court Justice, gave an explanation of this, Dr. dock announced that 7h.. Roger Thonpson would be the new physician at &he Health Center, Vice-Presiient s Re~ort Denise Hart gave a brief message to the Senate. She stated that her duty was primarily to the Senators, while theirs was to

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-4 1 1 t. ,' -3their constituency. She hopes that the senators will use enough creativity 2-d inFtiative to make the Genate more tLan a budgetary and financial body. She arlrounced that that she wzs available between 1-6P.Y. in the S. A. Office to any senator xho might need information or help in the formation of new bills. Jill ,.'!allace stated that zng bills $3@.00 or more must be given to the Treasurer's Depxtnent first =d then it vroald go to the $enate Pinmce Gom~ittee. 'Ion Seaunont 'strted thzt the Senate Finalce Committee has the power to allocate money for bills ad that there is a three week mand~tory advance notice on bills. 1 I The Sena-t;e Finance Cormittee gave their report on the SA I a~bulmce. ;:say questions vere atlswerad by Arton. Cost f 1 of the ford van would be $8500. Tick ?arrester explained that tha ambulance woad be renuired to serve the Osnego townspeople but this would be an exception rather than the rule. After lengthy debate, Beaumont moved to continus with the agenda. Jill "allace added that the Senate Fincance Comittee held their meetings on I:ond.ays, so that their ~inutes, which will be i:?eluded in the Senate IJinutes, would be one week late. kb Dehionte gave the Program Policy Board Report. He handed I out a schedule of events which were planned over the smer. IJovjes I could be changed two weeks in advance. Nothing on the list could be taken off but additions to the list were allowed,, There would be five additional people on the board making it a eta1 of nine eople. Kathy Deal, advisor to the Board, explained that the frogram Policy Board has spent the ~cinimun alloted them for events so far. Don Beaumont announced that Old Salt, tmo folk singers, would be appearing in the Union, Septeinber 29, at 12-2 and at nite from8:OO until 10:3OP.I:I. Paul Lukasienicz asked if the Comittee on Student Affairs had looked into hzving .returnable coke bottles and bicycle racks in front af the Administration Buildings. The Comlittee did not have a meeting yet. Jon Levine asked other senators to sign up for, the Senate Expansion Committee. Paul Lukasiewicz mentioned Faculsy Assemblyt s request for three re~resentatives in the Se1,ahe. This mould be brought up in the ne.: business. ~reasurer' s Report There was no report. E I ere was no old business. New Bu~iness a

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-4Don Beaumont moyed to add Resolution d8 to the azenda xhich mcemed the Senate s supp~rt of le;,-a1 cuts on 3epte:lber 30r 1 gtober 2, 1971. 103 Burton seconded it and it Gas carried by hs Senate 'with ore opposition, Paul Lukzsienicz noved to a6d Bill -23 to the aLyenda, concerning Pacdty represmtatives in the Senate body. Jon kvine seconded f4tr md it was cczried with one opposition. end the bill by adding a caucus of comuter senatorc to de~mne election dates for empty CO~P-U~~Y sea-1;s. Jon Beaw~ont ~ccepteA this anmdxent. After lenghtydebate, &.ve iienlon hoved to table 3i11.,:22 until it i-ras clearea up. ft :.:as not cnr

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE 9 STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YBRK 13126 P f DWARD J. BOREY Student AssociatLon Stn,te University 8ollege at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 8th Senate Keeting Senate Ninutes The meeting was called to order at 5:10 P.T.1. Senators not present were: Gloria Wright, Carol Teelin, Gail Sutton, Nancy Hopkins, Jon Levine, Ed Kinlock, Paul hakasiewicz, John UcCarthy, Tin Cooper, Karshall Triofero, and Jill 'iallace. Substitutes were: Rich Doel(for Tim cooper), John ~osbrook(for Gail ~utton) Russ DrEhtrone( for Jon ~evine) aich ~::arshzll(for Paul Lukasiewicz), Ed VCgziak(for John lk~~rthy), Kargzret Grosso $for Karshall Trionfero) and Carolyn Yah(for Jill 'Y3llace ) Announcements from the Chair The Chzir resd a letter of resignation from Tim Cooper. She also read a letter from Lonis-Itoreland Dorm Council ~pprovingRich Doe1 as the temporary senztor from Lonis-Tlorelmd. The Chair called for a motion from the floor. Don Beaumont moved to accept Tim Cooper's resignation and Rich Dole as temporary Senator from Lonis-Moreland until the next election. Ed v aiak seconded it, and the motion passed unarmiously. T e chair also read a letter of resignation from Gail Sutton. Gail Sutton, in her fetter, asked that John RosbrobK be the temporary Senator from Seneca Hall, nntil the Pall referendum. Debbie Soroka moved to accept this and Don Beaumont seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. The chair asked Pat Ho~kins to meet with her after the meeting. The chair announced the appointments of Ed Balaban, Chris Noland and Debbie Soroka to the Beferendum Committee. The Chair introduced Gary Gardner, Supre~e Court .Chief Justice. He announced that there were three openings on the Supreme Court, one of which will be for me semester Chief Justice Gardner also said that it was up to the Senate to either form a selection committee, or leave it up to the Committee on Committees to refer possible candidates. It was the consensus of the Senate to leave it to the Committee on Committees. RM. 218 HEWllT UNION PHONE (311) 341-5602

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* .. . STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE t 4~ STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Ir EDWARD J. BOREY CREElDINT DENtSC L HART VlCI PRS*IOINT The Chair asked when the Senate could informally ~eet with Dr. Perdue. After a consensus was taken, it was decided to meet with Dr. Perdue at his home on Oct. 10 at 7:30 P.M. !&e Chair read a letter to Dr. Rock from the World University Service concerning Pakistan. It asked for a campus-wide campaign with the funds collected goin to the Pakistani refugees and students who's educational lives have been uprooted. Dave Nealon moved to ammend the Agenda to include Res. #lo, concerning aid to Pakistani refugees. Bob Delmonte seconded it and it was carried by the Senate. Tom Emton moved to add IBll #18 concerning the S .A. Ambulance ta Old Businesrer. He also moved to add to the Agenda Bill #29 concerning money to be allotted to Solid State, and B5.11 #30, concerning money to be alloted to the Day Care Center. Bob Troia seconded it and it was carried by the Senate. Don Beaumont moved to add Res. #11, to the agenda, concern in^: Robert s Rules of Order. Bob Delmonte seconded it and itvwas carried by the Senate. Eob Delmonte moved to add Res. #12 concerning Shore Acres, a.nd Res. #13 concerning the Senate's opinion of a committee on Responsibility. Tom Burton seconded it and it was carried by the Senate. Treasurer's Report: Heraldo B1undoz returned $215.00 to the Program's Fund, because of a tuition change. Committee Reports: Tom Burton gave the Senate Finance Committee's Report. He statcd that of the three Senators on the Committee, two were opposed to the S.A. Ambulance program and one was for it. He gave the reasons why Jill Wallace and Don Beaumont were aeainst it. He also stated Sh~t Solid State had asked-for $1000.00 and tha$ S.F.C. recommended $500.00. Don Beaumont added that this stipend was for the bus trip for the tour alone. r RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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% .. STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE 3, STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 fEDWARD J. BOREY racs~oiar DENISE L HART VICS MESIDLNT Ke (Tom ~urton) also said that the Day Care Center had asked for $3000.00, and the S.F.C, recommended $1500 to keep it in operation, Old Business Tom Burton introduced Bill # 18 concerning the S.A. ambulance. He stated that the total cost of the S.A. ambulance program was $8,500. Tom opened the floor to questions. He moved that a time limi$ of five minutes be put on the discussion. Ross Hyman seconded it. Tom Burton told the Senate, that the only money alloted each year would be for gasoline and insurance. Bob Delmonte moved to close debate and Ross IiQman seconded it. It was carried with one senator in opposition. Ross Hyman moved to vote on Bill # 18 and Rich Narshall seconded it. It was carried. The bill was I I passed, 22 in favo~ and 6 opposed. I I New Business BS11 # 24, was introduced by Russ DfEntrone in abscence, concerning the formation of an executive for the commuters. Rich Narshall moved to vote on Jon Levine s authority Bill # 24 and Gene Maier seconded it. It was carried. The &gill passed with 27 in favor and one abstention. Rill # 25, introduced by the Chair concerned free admission of Big Brother and Sisters to S.A. events. me Chair asked that all questions be addressed to Tom Fisher, student coordinator of the program. Tom accepted an mendment to drop mculturalfl from the Bill. Name js Ercwnsc move to vote on Bill # 25 and Bob Delmonte secondzd it. It was carried by the Senate. Bil # 25 passed unanimously. Bill # 26 was introduced by Tom Burton, concerning a legal aids corporation. Tom turned the floor over to Bd Borey. After a few questions, Tom Burton moved the question and Debbie Soroka seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. TBe biU was passed, 26 in favor and 2 abstentions. Tom Burton introduced Bill # 27 concerning a Student Executive Board established to work with Food Service, Tom Burton moved to table it with the stipulation that it would come up at the next meeting. Ed Magziac seconded it and it was carried by the Senate. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (311) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE . STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 DENISE L. HART VlCC CIC8IOCNT Tom Burton introduced Bill #28 concerning the establishment of a student employee advisor board. After a few questions, Zd 1.lagzia.k moved the questions and Tom Burton seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. The bill passed, 26 in favor, one opposed and one abstentioh. Resolution 89 was hutroduced by Don Beaumont, concerning S.A. Bulletin Boards in the area of the Senator's Constituencyl. Don Beaumont moved to vote on it and Eileen McCarthy seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. The Resolution passed unanimou.$ly. Dave Nealon introduced Eesolution ,010, calling for an ad hoc committee to zrrengz sacrifice meals on Sun. ,Oct.10, 1971, with funds going to Paki~tani refugees, He asked for Senate support of this. Tom Burton moved to adopt the resolution and Rich Karshall seconded it. Name js Ercums suggested that a booth be sat up aownstairs for comuters. The Chair moved to refer this to the Critical Issues Cormittee. Dave Nealon accepted this. It wm carried by the Senate with 23 in favor and 5 abstentions. All senators interested in setting up an~ad hoc comnittee would sign up after the rneethg, Bi11d129, was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee, concerning the allotment of $1580. d~o Solid State and the State Singers, Tom Burton answered questions in Jill Gallace's absenee. The Finance'Committee recommsnded $bet $500. be alloted. Dave Mealon moved to amend the bill to allocate $500. for transportztion for tours. Don Beaumont seconded it and it was carried with 8 opposed. The prsident of Solid State explained the need 5%3r%he money. Tom Burton amended the bill to allocate $900. contingent of the club raising the rest of the money. Eileen Kccarthy seconded it and It was carried by the Senate. Ton Burton moved the question and Ed Nagziak seconded it. Bill929 passed, with 19 in favor,6 abstentions, md 4 oppossd. Bill#30, was introduced thru the Senate Finance Committee, concerning the allotm~nt af $3000. to continue the existence of the Community 3sy Care Center. Dave Nealon rooved the question and Rona Gloskin seconded it. It was not carried by the Senate. Tom Burton cmended Bi11;430 to read "the allotment of $1500. to the Community Day Care Center". David Thomas seconded it and it was c~rried by the Senate. -After more questions and discussion, Rich flarehall moved to vote and Bob Troia seconded it. It was carried by She Senate. It p.?ssed with 21 in favor 5 abstentions and 2 opposed. y RM. 218 HEWrfT UNION PHONE (31s) 341-3602

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suspension of Robert9s Xules 03 Order for the 7th ~e~isrative Session. 9on Bezumont moved to change it fro: a resolution to a bill. After takinq the consensus of the floor, it azs decided to change it to Bill$31. The Chair spoke about the naturc of the bill and about formsr bills regarding the same issue. Tom Burton asked Don Bezwnont to change h&s bill to one that would form an ad hoe cornittee to set up senate rules of procsdure. Don Beaumont rsfused this but sccepted zn amendment to his bill including this ad hoc committee; After much questioning and further clarification by the Chair and othws, it wss called to a vote and seconded. Bill331 was defected with 19 opposed, 4 in favor and 4 zbstentions. Rich Narshall moved to ad jourmand Don Beaumont seconded it It was not carried by the Senate. Bob Qelmonte introduced Res .#12, concerning the sale of Shore Acres. Zd Borey answered .questions on this resolution. Bob Delmonte moved to table it and Dave Nealon seconde kt, It was carried by the Senate. Tom Burton noved to mend the agenda to include Bill#32, concerning SAts approval of the past legisl3tion during the 7th Le isltio ad the pr ced used to ef e t at 1e~'-lation. 3d%agzi& seconded I? an$??$ was czrrl i% gy %e $en&. Bob Delmonte introduced ~es.#l3, concerning the Senzte's support of the Committee of Resposibility. John Rosbrook noved the question and Bob Delmonte seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Res,.#lj was passed with 23 in favor and 4 abstentions. 2d Magziab: moved to adjourn a;nd Bob Troia seconded it. It N~S not carried by the Senzte. TomBurton introduced Billg32, stating thst SA approved the procedures and supports the legisktion of the 7th Legislative 5ession.a~ being velid. After sone discussion, Bob Delmonte aoved to end discussion slyld John8osbrook seconded it. 2ich 'Zarshall moved to adjourn and Don Beaumont seconded it. It was 3ot c~rried by the S?nc,te. Bob Delmonte moved the question on Bill;32 and Ed Tkgziak seoonded it. It vms passed with 20 in

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STATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association to the Treasury, with authority to ,act-zs Trasurer. Zd Borey was going to rsview the entire Treasurer operation with the help of George Joyce. Hs is going to prsent a weskly repbi't in his 3xscutive1s Report to the Senate. There was considerable debate over the void left by the resignations RM. wcWm WON moNr ~ns) adr-se~r State Univ~rsity ~..t Ocnego Senate 7th Legislative Session 9th Senate Eeeting Senate Minutes The mesting was called to order at 5:10 P.M. Senators not present were: Dennis Adamy, Nona Gloskin, Pat Hopkins, Ed Kinlock, Eugene Eaier, Vicky McLean, Jon Rosbrook, Tom Burton, Carol Teelin, Gloria Wright, Linda Bogdan, and John Mc Carthy. Substitutes were: Chris Pelky(for Linda Bogdm), James Murphy ( for Tom Burton), and Hilary Jones( for John NcCarthy) After some corrections in the minutes, Jon Levine moved to accept them and Greg Zerrhan seconded it. It was carried by the Sellate. The Chair clarified that the motion to.suspend all ;ides was for this meting, October 7,1971, only. Don Beaumont moved to accept the akenda and Jon Levine .seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. The Chair asked for a motion frozl the floor to suspend all Rules for this meeting in order to conduct an open forum. Chris Nolland made a motion to suspend all Rules and Greg Zerrhan seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Open Forum Ed.Borey announced the resignation of David Fields form the Office of Treasurer and George Joycs form fhe Office of Assistmt Treasure. In his letter of resignation, which Ed Borey read, David Fields expressed feelings that the monotary allotment for the Office of Treasurer was not adeou-.te any longer, in view of the added monetsry responeibilities ad personal liabilities under the new State guidelines. 3d also annouce3 that George Joyce would be'sppointed as Consultant

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1 L I SUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 "a I UDWARD J. BORLY DLWE L nmr VIS. CIUIMNT 4' C*alOCNT b. -2and if it was possible to maintain the present officers. li~difying a sugcesticn fron Debbie Soroka, 3d accepted two senators to sit in with his Sxecutive Committee. Tihen asked what.:; George Joyce's salary will be as Cansultsnt to the Tressuer during the next month while Sdts Sxecutive Reiew Bozrd will be meeting, 5d announced that George Joyce would be rendering hka aervices as a favor to SA and would not be paid. After Respectfully Subnitted, '&&? qx&&i~ Holly' Harkins gse UNION mewe (11151 a41-am2 much more debate with Ed Borey re-affirming hisintentions, this topic was termin~ted. Denise Hart asked the senators to be more inforned about topics brought up before them. She also stated thzt the Senate waa qnder the Rule of the Chair. She said that any time the senators were displeased with the way thechair was conducting the meetings, they could rn&2 a motion to the Chair fram'.'the floor or speak to her after the meetings. i3d Borey stated that he was going to go over the constitution. He felt that it was inadequate bec~use it we.s poorly written and the Preamble does not reflsct the goals of SA, At the next meeting, the Chzir was going to introduce thres bills. One was to implement By-law 4, another to stay under Rule of the Chair, and .the last one was to'set up a committee to establish procedures for the Senate. Zd Borey announced that JLm CaGoyler represented the SA in cases brought up in front of the Suprsme Court. For que~tions on legality, the senators could call him at 342-2661 or have 2d arrange a meeting for them. Denise Kart mounted that Xll#3l, concerning suspension of' By-law 4, was redundant and thst all past legislation was legal. Ross Hymen expressed a desire to become better acquainted with the ways of the Senste. He appealed to the veteran ssnatom to work more clesely with the first yem senators so that the senste could be more viable as a working body. Blliot Schlissel anaouced that he would be going thru past bills and asked senators for aid in the task. Denise Hart stated thzt the ~ld hac comittee for the food fast for Pakistani refugees must begin action immedistely since the food fzst would be this -day, October 10, 1971. Dave Nealon would be chairmen of this comittee. The mesting erIded at 6:22 P.N.

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k' b 4 STUDENT ASSOGIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 &SWARD J. @ORWMSL L HART MCItDIUT VtCL PIC.IMNT Student Association State University. at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 10th Senste ldeeting October 12, 1971 Senate Minutes The mee3ing was called to order at 5:10 P.M. Senstors not prserrt were: Ed Kinlock, Eugene mier, Carol Teelin, Bob Troia, rand Gloria Wight. Substitutes were: Tom Walsh (for Eugene bier), and Judy Jenkins ( for Glorie Wright), Announcements from the Chair The Chair read a letter from Cayuga Dorm Council appo5nting Judy Jenkins as the temporary senator from Cayuga in Gloria 'i'Jright'a place. This is do to the fact that Gloria flrigbt is no longer a student zt Oswego. Chris Nolland moved to accept the appointment and Debbie Soroka seconded it. It was carried by the Senste. The Chair also read a letter of 'resigns-:ion from Jon Lwine, effective Tuesdzty, October 12, 1971, at 9:00 P.U. Jon Levine addressed the Senate as to his reasons in a short speech. The Senate accepted this resignation. Gary Gardner, Supreme Court -~ustice, announced that the Ju. diciary Advisory Panel would be meeting Oct. 12 in Riggs Hall at 7:30 P.M. and Oct. 13 in Waterbury Hall at 7:30 P.E. A11 senators, especially commuters, were invited to attend. Chzir announced thzt the minutes from last Thursday's mesting were available. ~i11+18, concerning the SA ambulance, wra not in packet but was passed and signed by Zd Borey, Jon Levine announced his rasignation as chzirman of the Senzte Xxpansion Cornittee, effective Oct. 12, 1971 at 9:00 P.H. Jon Levine made a motion to accept the minutes ad Bob Delmonte seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Executive Report 3d Borey announced that the radio show broadcasted from campus RX. 216 tiUWON PHONE (316) 341-5809

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eting. He stated that he wanted to initi~te a Fund 3aising Committee for the Dzy Care Center and Drug Center. !This would help public rel~tions with the Oswego community and would allevizte nonetary pressures on the SA. He suggested Ann Kronenbitter as chcirman of this committee. Ed Borey introduced Jim DeGoyer, SA Attorney General. Jim DeGoyer stated that his main duty was to defend SA in front of the Supreme Court. He also gave legal aid to the 3xecutive and prosecuted violators of the SA Constitution. He suggested that the senators obtsin a copy of the constituion or even the studen<: handbook and read thru it. After answering various questions, he stated that he could not come to all the Senate meetings but would advise them on legal matters. Rick Handley. student representative to FA, stated that any senator wanting a bill introduced in TA should get in touch with him. He asked for action on faculty representation in the Senate. He said that any cornittee which the Senete agreed on hsving faculty representation, FA would reciprocate with student representation on teir comnittee. Reports about the new calendar for 72-73 from Dr.Dunha's office would be in every senators mailbox. Ross Hymn would be introducing a resolution, concerning the lighting of Parking Lot 1, and a bill, concerning academic lecture--eeaies, at the next Senate meeting. Rick Handley also annouced that was looking into a new calendar schedule for Oswego College, the Pla. He suggested thzt the senators look into this.. Tresurer s Report David Fielm announced that Dr. Rock would not sign the bill allocating $1500.00 to the Day Care Center, He also re~d thru his report included in the sanatorrs packets. In conjunction with his resignation, he made six recommendations to the Senate. Vice-President's Report

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. 801PEY -3OSNISC L HART MCmIWNT VICC CRCmIDCMT George Joyce as Consultant to the Trezsury. Jon Eosbrook made a motion to accapt the appointmnt 2nd Don Beaumont seconded it. ,It ~fcs carrisd b-J the Senete. A consensus of the Senate a~~roved Ann Kronenbi tter" as Chairman of the Fund Rzising Cornmi ttec Jill Vallace gave the Sen~te Fincance Committee Report. The Committee would make recoxmendations to the Senate on bills introduced by them by amnding them when they were brougbt to the floor. They were going to follow a strict policy concerning money alloted clubs for travel Any club wanting money for travel must submit a requert form about Ixio months prior to their trip, Half of instmctional mocey requested would be given, on a semester basis. Club budgets must be re-submitted in January. The committee would not give any donation of SA money that was not approved prior by Student Association. Debbie Eorokz, Chairman of the Referendum Committee, said thet it would be run like last year during the nineth and tenth of Nov. She announced the supervisors for the dining halls and Hewitt Union. Senate Expansion Committee Report was given by Jon Levine. !Phe senetors would have 2-4 items to choose fron to put on the referendum, These would be in their packets next week. He suggested that all of the items be put on the referendum since the students will be the ones to decide. Rich Doell announced that the Elections Committee would be having another meeting Oct. 13, 1971 and would report at the next meeting. Don Beaumont announced the five new members of the Program Policy Board. Ted Klein moved to accept them and Bob Delmonte seconded it. It was carr5ed. Denise asked whkher the senators wanted to continue having coke at the me9tings. After taking an consensus from the floor, it was decided to h~ve pitchers of water. Jill Wallace amended the agend? to include the three Senate Finance Comittes bills. Tom Burton amended the agenda to include bill $ 37, concerning the addition of a new committee to the Senate. Bob Delnonte moved to approve the agenda and Ted Klein seconded it. If was carried by the Senate, Paul Lukasicwicz gave a report from the Academic Affeirs Committee. He wlnounced tha appointment of Rich Earshall to He also announced that Dr. Joseph Julian wauld be working with the Academic Affairs Committee. Rick Handley sup;gested Bill Seyse to work on thfs committee and the Senste agre&d to this.

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---4: I, a STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTlVE ,* STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART PSl.IO8NT -4v(C8 W8SIDIIPI Paul Lukasiewicz suggested that all com~.ittees be listed so that the senators could know which ones would be giving a report. The Chair accepted this. Office sup:dies $25.00, no trevel money, bringing the total to $492 :45. Don'Bewmont seconded this amendment and it was carzied by th Eenzte. After much discussion. Bave Nealon moved to close debate and 3on Benumont seconde it. It-was carried by the Senate. Don Beaumont made a motion to vote and dave Ne~lon seconde it. It was carried. Bill #34 was passed with 2:;. in favor. RM. we HEwllt UNION Pnom (ms) 341-a02 Ree. $14, introduced by the Chair, was concerned with the establishment of a Senate Committee to set up rules of proceGures. Don Beaumont moved to amend the agenda to include that a report be given at the next meeting and the rules in two weeks. After taking a consensus from the floor, Chair accepted this menbent. Don Beaumont moved to vote and Cheryl LaRocco seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Res. #14 was passe with 24 in favor, 3 absten3 tions and 2 opposed. Tom Burton, Rich oell, and Jon Rosbrook were appointed as the three senators on t3is comaittee. Bill #34. was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee, concerning money alloted to the Karate Club. Jill lJ2llace amended the bill so thzt instrhction would be $250.. zquipment ~ould be $217.45. Old Business I Bill $ 27, was introduced by Tom Burtor,, concerning the establishment of a Student Executive Board with Food Service. All questions were dfrected to Zd Borey. After some discussion, Jon Levine moved the questim ad Ted Klein seconded it. It was carried by the Sen-ts. Bi11$27 mas passed with 26 in fzvor, 2 abstentions, and 1 .opposed. Res. #12? was introduced by Bob Delmonte, concerning the sale of Shore Acres. Jon Levine moved to ammd the resolutior? to read that the Senate rquests FSA to table the sale of Shop3 Acres until it could be brought before the students. Bob Delmonte accepted the Amendment. Don Beaumont moved to vote on Res. # 12 and Ted Klein seconded it. It wss carried by the Senate. Res. z12 was passed with 27 in favor, and 1 oppos9d. New Business Bill #33, was introduced by the Chair, concerning the re-instatement of By-law 4. There was lengthy discussion on the pros and cons of having ;iobertt's Rules of Order. Tom Burton moved the question and Paul Lukasiewicz seconded it. It was czrried bythe Senate. Bill #33 was defeated with 24 opposed, 2 abstentions, and 3 in favor.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE -1. STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Bill !:-'35. was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee, con. cerning money alloted to the Judo Club. Jill Wallace amended the bill to allote $375.00 for instruction and office supplies for ths semester. Jill Ballace explained the resons bor the amendment. Don Beaumont seconded the amendment and it was carried Don moved to close-;debste and Ted Klein seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Dave moved to vote and Don Beaumont seconded. Bill #35 was passed with 24 in favor. Bill ,+ 36, was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee, concerning the Library Lecture Series. Tom Burton explained that the Committee felt that Fr. Groppi's services were warranted. He amended the bill to exclude Jonathan Kazol and therefore provide #1250,00 for Fr. Groppi. Jill Wallace seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Tom Burton noved to close debate and Ross Hymon secondad it. Ross Hymen moved the question and Ted Klein seconded it. It was carried. Bill?36 vfas defeated with 13 opposod, 4 in fagor, and5 abstentions. Ann Rronenbitter moved to adjourm' and Paul Lukasiewicz secondsd it. It was defeated. Tom Burton introduced Bill#37, concerning the establishment of a permanent Senate Committee on the Ambulance. Tom Burton explained the need for this new committee. Chris Nollasld moved to vote and Ted Klein seconded it. It was carried by ths Senate. Bill # 37 was passed with 18 in favor and 3 abstentions. Debbie Soroka moved to adjourn and Ross Hymen s.econded it. It was Carried unanimously. The Senate meeting ended at 7:42 P.X. Submitted, &A&& Rq% Hmlly arkins

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE (? STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 iEDWARD J. 80Rm DENISE L HART L PRIBIQILIT VIOI PRUIDSNT Student Association Stzite University zt Osli~ego Senate 7th ~,ewisl!~tive Eesslon wh ate ileeting October 19, 1971 The meeting was czlled to order at 5:13 P.K. Senators not present were: Linda Bogden, knn Kronenbitter, Eugene Laier, Jon Rosbrook, Bob Troia, Jill Ylallace, Csrol Teclin, and Ed Kinlock. Substitutes wsre: Chris Pelky( for Linda ~o~den) Rich Narshall(for Ann wonenbitter) Neal Hannon(for Eugene bhierj ,and Karty Sherman ( for Jon ~osbrook) Paul Lukasiewicz correzted the minutes to rezd.:on pzge 5 the following: Tom Burton introduced Billfj7, conerning the establishment hf a permanent Senete Committee on the Ambulence. Senfltor Lukasiewicz requested a recount on the Kronenbitter motion. The Chair denied the rgqusst. Senztor Lukasiewicz moved to adjourn, Senator Kronenbitter seconded the notion. The Chair declarzd $he motion out of order. Semtor Luks~iewicz appealed the decision of the Chair. The appe-:l was denied, Tom Burton explained .. ... Don Beaumont moved to accept the minutes and Debbie Soroka seconded it. It was car-ied. The Chair zmended the agenze to include Bill ?43, concerning the elections and to include a re~ort fro?: the %st P&istan Committee. 2d Balaban mended the egends*to include Bi11#44, regcrding elections for Food Z?rvice Subboard 1 and Student Advisory Bocrd. It was seconded by Don Beaumont. Ridh doell zmended the agenda to include Bill #45, regzrding mcney allocated for D:r?vid Mllinger. dilesn Kccarthy seconded it. Ross Hymen amended the ~~genda to include Bill #46, concerning aczdemic lecture series. Mona Gloskin secondsd it. Debbie Soroka moved to accept the, egenda and Judy Jenkins seconded it. It was carried, The Chair introduced 3r, Dunham, who spoke on the new academic celendsr. Dr. Dunham aswered various questions and sqge~tirlns on nzking the Jen P1.m optional, ending the school year aocne-, number of wseks necesrzry for an ecademic scmster etc. After a lengthly discussion, he promised tc look into the various sugysticns givsn by the Senators. Executive ?eport Ed Borey informed the senetors thzt they would be recmiv,igfifnvitations to appear on the radio show that begrn October 18, RM. 216 HfWlTr UNION PHONE (315) 341-8602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 OtNlSL L WART VlCI rnEUle)rNT He also i: formea the Senate thzt they had used ur the-two sacrifice meals for the fall sercester. The Yr~asury Committee, headed by Ed Borey, r.eeded sefiators to rork or! it. The Kare te Clubt t bill was ot signed by Ed Borey because they failed to hand in a conctitution. Gary Gardner had given e list of recognized clubs to Uenise %rt. Ed also aznounced that birth cor,trol information uas discontirued for this year. It 17ould cost 540.00/1000 copies plus $20*00/1680 copies for deliveryHe suggested 4,000 cocies of birth control which ~ould cost S240.00. He statea that he vould match the money the Senate alloted with money from his Executive Fund. Various clubs had already promlsea to aistribute them. From a show of hands it was favored to buy the pmhlets with 5C$ of the money ooming from the Senste J!'und and 5w fromthe Executive Fund. The Oswegonian xas going to do a seature story of Shore Acres. Ed was going to compile iriformation about this for the Senate. Ed Borey announced that Ur, Rock had vetoed the bill on the Day Care Center. This is because it did riot follow thc giidelines. It vas going to go before a committee of 8 people, 4 assigned by Ed, and 4 assiwed by Dr. Perdue, to investigate the interpretation of the guidelines* Subboard Yood Service I will come to eleatlion at the same time of the all camps elections. Denise Hart announces that 3rd Curriculum Lecture Series was looking Ym for students to help with s~eakers, ~rogrzrns, reservations etc. She asked the senators to take this back to their constit~encies. Denise annourxea that between 1-2rjOP.N. or. Konaays she would be available for any inrormation on the Yenete meetings, woraing of bills etc. She askea the committees to leave a note in her mailbox as to when ana where their meeting was going to take place. Academic Affairs Committee Remrt was giver by Raul Lukasiewicz. %hey have been discussing the new calendar and there was still an orez:ing on the uommittee for 1 senator and j stuaents. Rich Varshall callea on the AOedemic Aflfcir~..Comm%ttee to investigate the current 1.D. making suggestions a*d for a rationale for unlimited cuts. Don Beaumont gave the reprt for the Ser~ate Finance Committee. He clarife ied the reason for David Fields as the Committee's seczletary. Ed Xagziak called on this committee to investigate the operation21 cost of the first issue of the Pendulum s Marshall Triorfero announced that the Electioc Committee did not have a chairman* Debbie Soroka agreed to be chairman of the corn ittee and incoryorate the two comrnittees(~1ection and ~eferendum), into one. They xould still be 4x0 different coxrn%ttees. Uebbie Soxoka an,ouriced that the Referendum Committee had two bills oh the agendti The Comittee on Committees announoed that interviezis for the openings in the preme Court would be concluded this week. The committee would make recornmer:dations Ed Borey, who would appoint the Justices with the Senste's a~proval. RM. 218 newm UMON PHONE (3151 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 DLNISC: L HART VlCl CI..ID.YT Faculty Evaiuation Committee Remrt was eiven by Pat Ho~ki-s. She said that the cormittee would li'.e tc cover all clasren and professors. Tkere would be a meeting Thursday, Oct. 28, 1971 at 7:00 ia rornrn 213 H.U. Ed hrey announced that Charles Tlood was the director of the iimbulance Corn-!.ittee. Yr. Flood would come before the Senate at the next meeting. Constitutional Conmittee would be having a meeting Oct. 21, 1971 at 7tOOP.N in the SA lounge. Tom Burton annouced that the Senate Prcedure Committee was or@niping a code of order for the Senate that would be given at the riext meeting. Pakistan Lommittee Reprt, given by Save h'ealon, an-rounced that the sacrifiae meal would be October 27, 19T1. Publicity would be out soon. The senators interested in joining Ed Boreyls Treasury Comnittec should speak to Uerdse after the meeting. Treasury Rewrt There was no reprt. George Joyce afiswered a few guestions be the Senate. There is arproximately $9,000 left ir. the Program Fund. pld Business There was no old business. NEW, Business Bill 438, was introduced by the Senate Fina1,ce Committee acd seconded by Eileen KcCarthy. It was regarding money alloted to the Ei'nlS~ur Club. Rich ?$arshall noved to amend the bill to allot 870.00 to the club in agreement with the Senate Finance Committee' s reornrnerldation It wes secor dea by Con, Beaumont, a*-:d carried bythe Senate. Don moved to vote or. the bill and Cheryl La30cco eenonded it. It was carrfed by the Senate. Bill#38 was pssed xith 26 in favor. Bill # 39 was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Bob Delmonte. It regarded donatizg money to the Comaittee of Responsibi!ity. George Joyce yinted out that this bill woald be yder the same investigation as the Day Care Center Bill. The Guidelines do not state ungthinc for donations. Geve i;ealon moved to table it arid %leen IrcCarthy eecocded it. It was carried by the Senate with 15 ir. favor and 9 oppsed. Faul Lukasiexic~ asked for a recount and the Chair obliged. This time it passed with 14 in favor and 10 opposed. Bill #40, was i~.trodaced by the Exnansion Committee and seconded by Ed Bslaban. Tom Burton explained and answered questions. Chris folland moved to amend the bill to read "2~,rroximsteLy 200 studentsl'. Bob De1mor;te seconded it. Tor ?rn*:rnont moved to table it so that the senators could bring it back t: :, 1L-. (!.,.C AM. 218 HEW U~~ PHONE (dlI)) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSQCIATIQN EXECUTIVE 1 7 STATE UNIVERSITY CQLLEGE QSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 4*r aOWARD J. BOReY DENISE L HART MC#iDCNT VIS8 CICWlDCNT ). to tkeir constituency. Ton; Buxton seconded it and it i.as carried by the Secate with 16 i: f;.,vor and 1 o~yosed. Bill i;f 41 was the referendum. introduced by Debbie Ed Bzlakan seconded Soroka it. Bob reterding the exact procedure Delmonte moved to nme,d the bill by discardir,g section LV. sterti~g vith "the fol-owir g sti~ends.. .'I Dan Beaumont seconded it. It was carried by the S~n~te. Bob Delmonte mede,a-5 Pbotiori *o vote and Don Beaumont seconded it. It was carried by the Senate xith 26 in favor. Cebbie Soroka introduced Billi?--42, co~cerning money giver. to the Referendum Committee. It was seconded by Tom burton. Debkie Soroka exrlained that the Elections and Referendum were t;:o se~arSte committees. Rich Karshall cal ied the question and Uon Beaumont secondedit. Bill $ 42 vzis ~assed ~ith 25 in favor. Bill ft 43, vas introduced by the Elections committee, and seconded by Judy Jenkine. Johli RcCarthy ansxered questions about tke election pmcedures. Narty Sherman ~oved to amend the bill to read that Oct* 26, 1971 be that date when' petitions be aviilable. Ted Klein seconded it and it %:as carlwied. Don Beaumont amendeci the bill to include IV bJo stipends will be paid in addition to the ones already made by the Referendum Committes to the Referendum Committee for supervisors and a chairman. The duties of the electicn committee will be assumed by the Referendum tomnittee. Ted Klein scconded it. Rich ;harshall, after much discussion moved to vote on the smendment andTom Burtor secorde2 it. It was carried. Rich 1'-arshall ca: ,ed the questiol. and Ed Ealaban seconded it. It was carr ied. Bill #43 was carried with 23 in f'avor. Bill #44, was irtroduoed by Ed Balaban, concerning the imp1imer:tztion of Food aubbozrd I and thc Student Advisory Eoard fcr FSA. Jud:. Jenkins seconded it. Tom Burton moved to amend it to include that elections for FSA Advisory Eccrd :.;.d be conciucted by rorkers within FSA installation. Ed Bababa;, seconded it.: Rich Marshall called the question and Ross Hymen seconded it. The amendment was carried. Rosa Hymen called the question on the bill ar:d Ed Naqziak oeconded it. The kill was carried vith 19 in favor, 1 KO, and 2 abstentions. Rich Doell introduced Billg45, concerning $250.00 alloted to David Dellinger to speak on campus. Tom Burtor: seconcled it. Tom moved to table it to Senate Finance Committee and Ed Balaban seconded it. The Senate agreed to table it to the Finance Committee* Bi 1.1 #46, was i~troduced by Ross Hymen, regaraing AcadeaicF Lecture Series. Ed Balabsn seconded it. Ross Hymer. cave the floor to Rick Ilanaley to ar~sver questions. Ed Balaban movecl to table it to the Academic Affairs Cornnittee. Karty Sherman seconded it and it was carried b.y the Senate. Ed biageiak moved to adjourn and Ed Ealaban seconded it. The meeting ended at 7853 P.M.

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. -. STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE TY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 '7th "egislative Ees~ion 2th Senate Leetin6 November 2, 1971 Senate ESinutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 P.M. Senators not present were: Ed Kinlock, Cheryl IaRocco, Paul. Lukasiewica, David Nealon, Chris Nolland, carol Teelin, David Thomrts, Bob Troia, Jill 'tlallace, and Greg Zerrhan, Substitutes were: Carol Bogust (for Cheryl La~occo) Neil Tianen ( for Paul Lulrasiewicz ) Nike Claf fey ( for Dave ~ealon) #amen Paul (for Chris ~dlland), Judy Onystok (for Carol eel in), Russ D13ntrone (for Bob ~roia) and Tom FisEer (for Jill' wallace) &!arty Shermm moved to accept the minutes and Pat Kopkins seconded it. It wss carried by the Senate. Rich Doell mended the agenda to include Bill 45, concerning money for D. Dellinger, under old business. 3d Belabm moved to discuss curriculum changes under the Academic Affairs Committee Report. Debbie Soroka amended the agenda I to include Bill 59, concerning an amendment to Bill 41. Ted Klein i amended the aqends. to include Bill 60, regarding money alloted to the 1 I Zlections Ccmmittee. Don Beaumont amended the agenda to include I Res. 16, concerning an amendment to R?s. 15. Wr$y Sherman moved to approve the agenda and Linda Bogden seconded it.: It was carried. Executive 8eport Ed Borey announced his appointments to the Supreme Court. They were: Lois Carter, Jon Levine, and Bark DeGoyer. He explained that these appointments were on a full year bas'is and subject to tlze Senate's aproval. Ed Borey asked if there were any av-estions on this, Bith no questions, hs ssked for a motion from the floor to accept the ap?ointments, Marty Sherma made a motion to accept the ap_oointments and Ted Klein seconded it, After the votes were taken for those in favor of the appointments, Dennis kdamy asked that the appointments be looked at separatsly. Since the notion to vote m.2-s palre?. d7.r @n the flcor, the Chsir continudd by taking the oppoeed votes. The ap~dintmen%s were passed with 19 in favor ad 5 opposed, Tom Burton mov~d to bring th9 appointments back on the floor -end ,!am Kronenbitter seconded it. The Chair stated that it would take a majority vot to bring it back. It was defea-:ed with 10 in f:vor and 9 opposed. 3d Borey amounced that Bill 55 was a revised form of the Day Care Center Bill.that alloted 51500.00 to the Day Care Center. He handed out the guidelines that the Senate had to follow in passing bills, He announced that there would b.? a full tine lawyer on campus by July and the Fnundation Grmt by next June, He asked any senators or students interested in working with the lawyer to get in touch with him. Ed stated that

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Denise Hert r~rd resignztions from Jill Vallace and Bob Troia Don Bemmont noved tc accept the resignations and Earty Shemsn seconded it. It was carried, Denise took nominations for the president pro-tern, 'liich Doell moved to clcse ncminations and Nona Gloskin seconded it, Tom Burton was elected President Pro-Tern, The Chair then announced her appointment dE Ross Hymen as Chairman and member of the Senate Finance Committee. After some discussion on the appointment, Judy Jenkins moved to zccept Rdss Hymen as both chairman and member. It war: seconded by Ted Kle&n. It was defeated with 13 opposed and 9,in fayor. Denise announced that she would come back next week with a new appointment. Ed Balaban suggested that the Senate vote on Ross as a member of the Cornnittee and if elected %hey could elect a temporcry cahirman for the next finance meeting. Marty Sherman moved to approve Ross Hymen as a member of the Senate ,inace Committee and Ted Klein seconded it. It was carried unanimously by the Senate. Denise brought to the Senate's attention that Bill #24, which was p~ssed by the senators vias never enacted. She stated that it was the seaatore responsibility to inform their constituency of bill introduced in the Senate. By a consensus of tke Senate it was agreed that a objective report be submitted to the Oswe onizn by '{fed. after the Senzte mestings. Judy Jenkins voluntere ?r+o write an objective report for the Senate. This would start after the fal1,elections. George Joyce announced that he would have a written report at the next meeting. This would include an joint proposal considering the continuation of the Finance Department. Program FLIII~ balance is approxirnatly $6,800.00 for the semester. Tom Burton announced that there would be a bill next week to finance the ambulance over a two year basis. Committee Reports 2d Balab~n announced thgt there were new curriculum restrictions In the Liberal Arts Curriculum. Certain courses would no longer be given L.A. credit zccording to a directive handed out Oct. 21, 1971, issued by Dr. Allen, Chairrna of the I.A. Dept. He suggested that students who wore concerned about this should express their concern to Dr. Dunham, Dr. Allen, Dean Spencer etc. Ann Kronenbitter amended the azenda to include -Yes. 17, giving sup:]ort to I .A. Ass. in condemning the curriculum restrictions. The only report from the Academic RM. 218 HLWITT UNION PHONE (3181 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE i STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 3 Affairs Comaittee was their need for more senators to join, A meIP eting would be hold Yed. Kov. 3, 1971, at 3 : 30 P.R. Don Beamont gzve the r~port for the Senate Finance Committee, He read thru their past meetings and explained that there was not any minutes beca-ae there wss not a secretary at the 1st meeting. ~iil 7allace would be the necr secretcry for the Committe?. 30n moved to mend the a~enda to include Bills #61,#62,$63. He also snnowlced thst ROSE Hymen was their new comnitte~ member. John KcCarthy, member of the 3lec.bions Committee, announced that all petitions for senztors had to be in by Nov. 4, 1971 to the SA office. Debbie Soroka. chairman of the Referendum committee, announced thzt the lists of the poll watchers had to be in to her by Yed. ,Nov. 3 1971. Pat Hopkins, chairman of the Faculty E)valuation Committee, announced that there was very poor response to the meeting held last week. She asked the Senators to bring this back to their constituency. The next meeting would be Thurs.,Nov. 11, 1971 at 7:007P.EO, in 213 H.U. Don Beaumont charged the Sen~.to Expansion Committee &3th the feasibility and possibilities of chubling the size of the Senzte. Ted Rlein, Chairma of the Parking Committee, announced that he needed more help from the Senate. .He was yoing to look into what coald be done, where pressure could be given &tc. Ross Hymen, Chairman of the Constitution Committee, stated thst there would be a meeting this we2k. He appeded to the Sen-ate for help from them and students. 1 i Tom Burton resigned from the Senate Procedures Committee, He 1 stated that there was not enough time to set up rules of order for the Senate in the two weekd alloted, Bob Delmonte seconded this resj ignation. Vicky Elclean volunteered to work on this committee. Don Beewont amended the agenda to iclude Bill 64, regarding an amendment f to Bill 31. Ann Kronenbitter seconded it and it v:a carried. i 1 Bob Delmonte gavs tha report for the Program policy Corn-zittee. I He explaineii the hmdouts given to the senztorsi The Chair suggested 1 1 that the reports include antlcipated costs of events. Bob Delmonte i steted that any prof3esors. clubs etc. who wanted certain films, should see the Comrnittes or Kathy Deal. Bob answered various quest ions re~arding concerts and costs. Ho ancounced th: .t they were $rying to get a big concert set up for the month of December. RM. 2i6 Wwtn UNION PHONE (MS) a841*beO2 1

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noved tlzo question. Bill546 was passed with 25 irfavor. Bill #45 was introduced by Rich Yoell, concerning money alloted to Dave Dellinger. Rich Doell referred the questions to a few s4;tudents who hz? brought the speaker to Osw3go campus. After some discussion abou%?the Senate Finance Committee requirements, Ann -onenbi-bter moved the question. Bill 45.was passed with 11 in favor, 8 opposed and 6 abstentions. New Buslnese Bill #51, re-mding the Pendulum, was introduced by Ross ~ben. Nona Gloskin secpnded it. Ross explained that he felt that the students wented an investigation into the Pendulum magazs,ne,due %o the 12st issue, Tom Burton moved to amend the bill to read "SA Senate irect a reprssentative of the Pendulm to come before the Eenate $inace Committee. This conmitt+.? shall make .the invbstigatida-.ofi:>~; of the Pendulum known to the Senate. He (7rspresentative from the PenduluEion come before the Cornittee at their next r~e~ting. Bob Delmonte moved thet the represent~*Z.v3 come before the Senate ~t the next Senate mesting. After takingxn consensus of the Senete, it was decided th~t the Zeprssertntive come before the Senate. B5arty Shermm moved the question and Bill 51 was passed with 23 in favor and 2 opposed. Bill 52,regarding Food Service Sub Board I elections, was introduced! by the Chair. Don Beaumont seconded it. The Xlections Committes refused to accept the re~ponsibility of implementing this bill. Ann Kronenbitter moved the auestion and Bill 52 wes defeated with 22 OD& & posed and 2 abstentions. Bill 53 was introduced by the Chair, regzrdinz birth control pamphlets. b?arty Sherm?~ zsconded it. After gone lengtkly debate over the neczssity of these copies, Tom Burdion2mended the bill to allocate .?200.00 from both the Sermte md 2nd lxecutive Fund. ~OSE Hymen seconded it and it snas carried. 3uss Dr3ntrone noved the question and Bill 53 was 21 kn fzvor and 2 op~osed and 2 abstentions. Lr? Bill 54 ;;.as introduced by the Chair. concerning the TSA Student Advisory Bozrd. Tom bill to include that Burton seconded it.' 2d ~alab& amended the the appointments be under Senate P-pproval. Vicky

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 5 HcLean seconded it, Tom Burtor1 called the quesBon and Bill 54 was passed with 17 iu ftivor, 4 opposed, and 4 abstentioos, Sill 55 was introduced by the Chair, re,ardi& the Fay Care Center, $?arty Shenilan seconded it, Ross Hymm called the question and Eill 55 was passed with 24 in favor a..d 1 opposed, Bill 56, re,zrdin, money alloteO to the ~sycholooy Club, was introduced by the Chair and seconded by Don Seaumont, Don Beaumont amended the bill to allote 860,OO to the club, Be 6ave the rational for this amendment froia the Finance Cornwittee, Ann Kronenbitter seoonded it, 3ob Delnonte rnoved to addourn an6 Russ DgEutrone seconded it, I t was defeated, The amendment was carded with 25 in favor, Vicky bicLean called the questlon and Bill 56 was passed with 25 in favor. Bill 57 was introduced by the Chair,. concernirb money alloted to the Protect Your Environment Club, ?!arty Sheman seconded it, Don Beaumont have the recouunendation from the Finance Committee. Re s~~ested that tile Senate pass the bill as it stood. Tom Burton amended it to include that Senator Gravel dive a major speech in H,U, Ba;Llroom. Ed Salaban seconded it, The amendment was passed, Don Beamont called the question and 3111 57 was passed with 24 in favor and 1 abstention. Eill 58 was introduced by the Chair, concernl~ Varsity Cheerleaders, Con Seauroont seconded it. Don Beaumont gave the rational frow the EYnaace Comittee. After some questionin& Itarty Sherman called the questlon and Bill 58 was passed with 23 in favor and 2 opposed. Bill59 was introduced by Xebbie Soroka, re6ardiw an amendment to Sill 41, Picky NcLean seconded it, Bob Delxaonts called the question and Bill 59 was passed with 25 in favor. Bill 60, concemi~ money alloted t:, t'ne Elections Comdttee, was introduced by Ted Klein. Febbie Soroka secondec if. Bob Cslmonte called the question a13 Ell1 60 was passed with 25 in favor. Res, #16 was introduced by Con Beaumont, c~ncerni~ an amenduent to Res, 15. Eentds Adamy seconded it, After soue discussion on its power, Ted Kleiu m;ved to vote aad Res. 16 was defeated with 21 opposed, 3 in favor, and 1 abstentiou, Bob Delmonte rnoved to adjourn aild Cebbie Soroka seconded it, It was defeated by the Senate, Res. 17 was Introduced bb Ed Salabrn, redardicurriculum restfictions, Ted Qein seconded it. Ann Kronenbitter wended it to striok the wordmstro~elyi' from the bill, Ed Balaban accepted RM. 216 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 6 this mandnent, Earty Shelman called the question and Be% 17 was passed with 21 in f;vor and 3 abstentions. Bill 61 orbs introduced by the Chair, rebardin, Koney aSlote2 to the Graft Comi~ittee. Marty Sherman seconded it-, Don Benumont Made the Hnance Comni ttee s recommendations to the bill. Ted Klein moved to amend the bill to allote $440.00 and Tom Burton seconded it. Vlcky McLean called the question on the amenbent and it was carried. Vicky HcLean called +he question on the bill and Bill 61 wzs carrled with 18 in favor, 3 opposed, and 4 abstentions. Bill 62 was introduced by the Chair, re,ardiw IriorreJ: for the Cblleee Band, Ted Klein seconded it. Pon Beaumont madecthe Mnance Comi-ttee recommendstions. Eon Beaumont s&,ested $70C.00 wd dave the rationel, Members of the Colle6e Band spoke in defense of aeir bill to the Senate. Tom Burton moved to amend the bill to allote $700,00 and Russ DIEntrorje seconded it. Am Kmnenbitter luoved the question on tLe mendment and it was calrled. Dennis Adatny luoved the question on Lhe bill and it was passed with 15 in favor, 7 abatentLone and 2 opposed. The Chair read resi~nations frou Carol Teelin and Ekene Maier. Ted Klein moved to accept them and Aharty Sherman seconded it. It was carried. Bill 63 was introauceii by the Chair, re,ar-di% money for the Forensic Club. Marty Zhermanseconded it, Don Beaumont mede the recom~~endations from tse Finance Committee, Toit. 3urton meirded the bill to allote $1060,00 and Mart$Cherman seconded It. KarQ ?herman called the question md the amendment was carried,Dennis P-damy moved to mend it to exclude $360,00 for the Albany Conference and Ted Klein seconde6 it. It was retracteC after some discussion. Bob Delruonte uoved to mend it to delete $380,00 and rerulis Adamy seconded it, It was retracted after some explanations from the Club members, Ton Burton moved to add Ic on the bill rad Fuss CIElitrone secondec it. It was defeated, Debbie Soroka called the question arid 311163 wae pasged with 22 in favor, 1 opposed and 1 abstent-ion, Rill 64 was introduced by Con Beaumont, re-ardia, an alnendrnent to Sill 31. Euss D1mtrone secmded i to Vicky kLean called the question end Fill64 was carried with 23 in favor. Karty Shemau lncived to adjoirrn and Ted Klein seconded it. It was carried unarrimously. The Senate meetin, enZed quite happily at 9:23 P.N. Respectively 3ubmi tted, Folly Rarkins 1

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1 I a 4 i STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE i t STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 1318 R. Sttalent Association *State Univerzity at Oswego Ben2 te ir 7th Legislative Session 13th Sanzte Laetln~ a November 9, 1971 t" Senats Minutes ?he meeting was cclled to order at 5:05 P.M. Senators not presmt wsre: Bob Delmonte, Nona Gloskin, 3d Kinlock, John Kccarthy and Chris Nollmd. Sqbstitutee wsre : Hillsry Jones (for John kic~ar%33y), Nike ciaffey for Scales ~orm), Neal Harmon (for Oneida DO=), and Pzrren Tau1 for Chris Holland. 'he only correction to the minutes was made by Dan Beaumont. Pa& 5 should have read "Don Beaumont mended Bill 57 to include that Senetor Gravel give a major speech in H.U. Ballr~om.~' Sherman moved to zccept the minutes md Judy Jenkins seconded it. It was invited to a reception held November 15, 1971at 4:15F.H. Seataurant for Jsrry Bruno. 3d Borey announced that he oed Bill 45, regerding mongy alloted to D~ve Dellinger. He thc t he felt Mds ehould not be allbted became it violated occdures of the Senate. RM. 216 HEmTT UNION PHONE (815) 341-3602 The Chair amended the agenda to include a resolution introduced by Ted Elein, regarding the Jan Plan. She also. mended tb agenda to include Bill 73, concerning Timbello Volunteers. Paul Lukasi$wicz made a motion to fix the tirrie of ad journement at 7:30 P.M. Debbie Soroka suggested 6:45 P.M. Paul Lukasiewicz accepted this. The Chskr stated that it would take a 2/3rds vote to pass this. By a hznd vote it was defsated, Don Beaumont moved to add Bill 65,regerding Lakeshore Amateur Radio Club, to the agenda. Don Beatunont abo amended the agenda for the Finance Committee to include Bills 74 and 75. Ted Klein amended the agenda to include a bill regarding eaections. Ann Kronenbitter amended the agenda to include Bill 76, concerning Bill $24. Xarty Shem moved to accept the agendz and &nn Kronenbitter seconded it. kt this time it was clarified that only a majority vote was necessary to fLx the time of adjournment. After taking a revate, the $ime of zdjournment was fixed at 6:45 with 1? in fmror and 9 opposed. l$xeecutiv&s Xeport Bois Carter, Jon Levine and Kark DeGoyer were sworn in by Chief Justice Gary Gardner. Ed Borey stated thet the residence for the SA Ambulance will Be at 286 Y!ashington Blvd. ,Os~ego. He also announced th3.t the sen

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ,. OSWEGO, NEW YORK -6ba' H:.? announced that Bill 70, reg:,rding '{kits of lection, would t be coning up on the floor at the naeting, He explained the necesa v sity of this bill. k Vice-?residpntt s 2?poqt k Denis3 Hart annomced that there were bill forms in every sana$ors mz~lbox. She asked the senators if they nould like a packet made up including all bills and resolutions uf.this-Senate, guidelines, the constitution etc. It was decide to wait until the .next me,-ting and any eenztor so wishing a packet could sign a list. Denise announced that the SB Senate had established a Free U'riiversity Committee. She asked for nominations from the flcor for one ssnator representztive on the Committee. It was decided to wait until the next Senzte meeting. Fran Lapinski spoke on the 'iVhols Who Committee. She explained the procedures and directives of the Comittee. She handed out nomination forms to the senat~rs and asked them to distribute them to any interested students. She also designated other places where students could pick them up. Dennis Adamy suggested that Senate change the tine of the Senate ms2tings. After soae discussion on various times and dates, the Chair said she would look into possible dates when the room would be available. Denise Hart snncunced that Tom Burton had resigned from the Finance Comittee. Tom Burton addressed that Senate as to his reasons for resigning, Cheryl Lazocco moved to accept the resignation and Nsrmgjs Zrcums seconded it. It 'was carried. There would be no new appointments to the Finance Committde until the next meeting. The Senate had an open fom with the editors of the Pendulum. The editors stated that most of the errors in the magazine were due to editing mistakes, After some questioning, they asked the Senators to read their next edition which would be coming out at the end of the week. Council znd Committee Reports Rick Handley charged the ~ibEaq Council to Zook into the expansion in ereas such 2s time, facilities, and new zcquisitions of books etc. Don Beaumont stated thzt me senators had a copy of the Finance Ninutes. There would be two new bills froin the committee brought up on the floor at the meeting. i Pat Hogkins. chairmzn of the Facults Evaluation Com.. stated that a meeting Thurs. P.N. in room8213 H.U. < i on tne Tom Burton announced that the Senate expasion was contingent -. .. or tne luererenawn.

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fis STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE I.: t STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWE~O, NEW YORK 13126. P 4. I Don Beaumont asker! for th2 reasons why.Bill62; regzrding ehe I@ College Bad, mas not si~ned by the .prsoident yet. i ,Sd Bomy explained that hs m~s inves tig-ting the issue. a& it dould' be cleared up by Ged. NOv.10, 1971. '. ? (I ? P d', + -. L Don Bzaumont a:ks.d the Parking Committee if' they 'gad done $nythZng ebout tne snow issue, 'Ted Klein said thzt theyewere 2 till .investig~ting it. iiitik Handley ch~rgad the Committee with looiting'into for Parking Lot iil. 4. gr, Don Beaumont chsr&d .tiie Procedure Committee iith looking, into a three-finace meetings and oneTpolicy meeting per month. liki Cleffey umounced* thzt $415.30 had been collected for 831 meals sacrificed f or*the f&i$tani . refugees, ,He amowe'ed the .termination of ,the cormittee. Can Buelhsr ex'plained the Yaculty ~~ssemdly BY-lm Art. 14 .. She clarified thl issue vilth faculty-student reciprocity. The Sed8tt.e could decide %hat cornittees they vmn$ed facttlfy represe~tztion .On. Any ob jsctions to any corn-ittw theydid not want facult3 reFresentation qhould ber given to Denise Kart or Cam Buelher. S ann-ced th~t the Jul P1s.n hzd been defeated. There Rias a nwv calendnr pefore pr. Dunha cAlled the Xark 7 Calendm. 3'4 meetings were held in 104 ,&.R. at 2: 30 on EUndays. They were open to' everyoqe. : R@k HqdLey. s tated that with faculty students tTiorkiqg together, acconplislp ments could be m~de in acadegic and procedupag policies; Rick R~,ndley'a report vras cut short, by mnators pan@med wi'th the time exernent of the meeting. -.. i7 . -. .4 v DonJ3eeumont gave the report for the propah P~Iicy Board. He mked thesenators to look at the hanouts'distributed be.fore the meeting. He :announced thet admitt,shce to ~up~t& would be by tic' ket only. he ID cerds would be checked Bt t e;mqvies now with noh-SA members paying .r75@. Temporary ID cards' cou98. 'Be ~btained ih room 204 H.U-. C 'I .'-,.--. O3.d Business, .:. .. . .. -. 9 Bill 65, conc the L .A. .~kdio Club ; ,e.. tge cbns@nsus of the Senate put at the begiruiing o,f new byeness. ,; ., GE.' i I New Businsss F &. *V Bill 65 was introduced by Don ~eauinont for tPi(i ~i&kce Cam* mitied. Ann Bonenbitter seconded it. Don Beaumont mended it to allote 5239.00 to the Lakeshbre Amateur Radio Club. Rich Doell $!n ~e@nded it. Don'Beaumont expl~ined the mcomnendation of the 1 Finanace Committee. After some discussion, Paul Luikasiewicz moved the question ad Rd6s Hymen seconded it. The amendment was carried. P . Bill65 wa? passed with 19 in favgr, 4 abstentions and 1 no.

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4 STUDENT -ASSOCIATION SENATE P ic STATE UNlVERSlTY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 -4P Bill 66, regardihg bills and resolutions, was introduced by 1 Ann Kronenbitter md seconded by Greg Zerrhan. Tom Burton moved %* to fable tho bill beca~se he felt it was izportant for the senatars to investigate the bill. Neal Hannon seconded it and it was carrited b withl) in f ;vor and 6 opposed. I Bill 67, regrrding a one-week table on bills, was introduced by Ann Kronenbitter ad seconded bs &rty Sherman. After some discussion Faul Lukasiew2.c~ moved to refer it to the Procedure Committee. Tom Burton seconded it. Xt was carried with 16 in favor and 2 opposed. I 'Ross Hmen maiie a motion to reconsider the motion to adjourn at 6:45 P.N. Nar~e js 3cums seconded it. After some discussion, R&S Hymen retrected his motion. Tom Burton moved to reconsider the i tirie of edjoument. Ann Kronenbitter seconded it. Neal Hannon Eoved the motion 2nd it was carried. Paul Lukasiewicz moved to ad joum at 7: 15 P.K. znd Neal Hamon sscozdd it. Ann Kronenbitter moved the question and it was carried with 9 in fevor and 8 oGgosed. Bill 68, regarding the transfer of money fron the Reserve Acecount to the Progrm Fund, was introduced by Ann Kronenbitter. It was seconded by kkrshall Trionfero, After some brief discussion, Tom Burton called the question and it was defeated with 23 opposed and 2 in favor, Bill 69, regarding money alloted to the freshman cheerleaders, was introducsd by the Chair and seconded by Narty Sherman. Don Beewoont m*ed to amend it to allote 3200.00 to the Cheerleaders. Ted Klein seconded it .. Don Bezmont gzve the Finance Committaels rational for the amendment. Linda Bogden called the question on the amendment and it was carried. Bill 69 was passed with 19 in favor 4 opposed akd 2 abstentions. Don Beaumont had called the question on this bill. I k Bill 70, concerning the 'kits of Election, was. introduced by the Chair and seconded by 3ilesn IkCarthy. After some discussion, Tom Burton moved tc table this bill so the Xxecutive could do some research od it. Nsal Hanon seconded it. It was carried by the Senate;. I Bill 71 was introdnced by the Chair, regarding money alloted to .'; the French Club Film Festival. Pat Hopkins seconded it. Don Baaumont I amended the bill to allote $300,00 to the Club. He gave the ratioal fro^ the Finace Comitte9 for this. Neal Hannon seconded it. 1 Vicky EcLsm c~lled the question on the amendment. Don Beaumont i & ;r.+ suggested thzt the Senzte continue discussion on it. After some more diecussion, Ross Hymen moved the .question rznd it was defeated. Karty Sherman mended the blill to allote $390.00 to the Club. He ? geve hbs rational for this. It wcs seconded by Paul Lukasievrice. Paul Lukasiexicz made a notion to refer all questions to the Finance 'r 1. I Comittec. Tom Burton seconded it, From a show of hands it was czrb ried with 10 in favor and 9 opposed. Arecount was requested and it . RM 218 HEWKT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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.. STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE Ted Klein withdrew his resolution concerning the Jan Plan and a bill concerning elections, + 218 WewITT UNION PWQM (arm a4w-p quested z roll call vote on adjowning. It was carried '~ith 12 in Szvor, 4 opposed and 1 abstention. The senate adjourned $C-:.7:00 P.K, The mezting was called to order at 7:10 P.R, Pzlt Ho~kins moved to exiiend the time of zdjowrnment until they were finish with the business. 3oss Hgmsn seconded it. Marty Shecalled the question znd it was cmried with 10 in favor md 5 opposed. Idarty Sherman's mendment to B511 71 was on the floor. Paul Lukmiewicz moved to table all questions on both the amendment and bill before tlle house. It was not seconded.. Elkarty Shemm retracted his original amendment and amended Bill 71 to allote $350.00. Namejs Srcums seconded it. Marty she& called the question and it was carried with 10 in favor and 9 oposed. Yarty Sherman called the question and Bill 71 was carried 17 in favor md 5 opposed. Bill 72, regarding executive appointees, was introduced by qich Doc11 md ~econdsd by 3on Beaumont. Tom Burton moved to tpble it to tha Frocedure Committee. Karty Sherman seconded it. It was not carried. After some more discussion, Tom Burton moved to t~,ble it to the Proc2dure Cornittee for one vve-k and 3d Balaba seconded it. Afer further debate, it was retracted. IJarCy Shemn called the question md it w2s carried with 20 in favor 2nd 1 bpposed. Bill 73, re.?-rding Timbello Voluteers, was introduced by the Chair. 1% .was seconded by Kerty Shsrmzn. Questions wzrs ariiiwered by A Timbeflo Volunteer. after some discussion, Tom Burton moved to teble it so thc,t the group could submit a constituticn to the Suprsme, Court and is recognized. I~iarty. Sherman seconded it. Ed Balzban moved the question and it was carried with 19 in fr-7vor and 1' opposed. Blll 74, regsrdfng 1ntern;tional Student Association, was introauced by the Chair, Elarty Sharman seconded it. Don Beaumont aneded it to 2,llote 380.00 to th.e Association. Tim Bmton seoanded it, fhrty Shemm called the question -2nd the amendment was carried. Soss Hymen called the question and Bill 74 was carried with 20 in favor.

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4 4 STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE f4 0 STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK -6-7 P Bill 76, rezzrding Bill #Z4, was introduced br Ann Kronenbi2ter. 4 bzarty Sherman seconded it. Ross Hymen called the question and it i? was carried with 18 ,in favor.

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Sanctora not prcaant moro: Ed BalabaJa, Linda gogdoo, N ~l~, Kinlock, John EcCwthy, Vioky Kofroan, LScrr~hnll Trimforo, and corrootoa tha ninutoo to includo on pa@ 3 that t'Riok E~t~~dloy'rr raport t'raa rudoly cut ohort,. t~ ufloan EcCorthy moved to woept the minutoo and f:aal IIasnon oxxmdsd it, It ocrriod,

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, WCouncil ad Zomitt?e Xe~orfs 't Paul :uk:aiai7icz; oploJ.go9 tho Studat Affairc: Cmmclrtte-, with SnC. ve~tigating -tha coat of cr cot of fcka otcirc in the unioxi. 30n 3k3cumont stcted t; tho Fj.mnpa Somzitte~ did not ~VQ rr noctiq booamo of tho lcck of nombom: oa WIQ cormittoo, HQ etatod th:.:t ap rox.:~:~~.toly .';2,718.00 nm in tho 'Pr~~ Fund if Bill 79 nw pcz~lecd, ;.at 1ipltina chatod that tho Tcculty ~~~t:on Committoe rocoivod nor6 roc-jwe ct their 1st m~ tbut otill neodod mom holp. Ihe sox-$ meotiw would bo Dm. 2, 1971 at 7: 00 in 223 H.U. 1. --+ 1 .i nnnso pl~toa for %ke mbulmc~ VO~O ' clbgaiaed Tzm..~xi.u& .A-A -' m70~. 16, Anyma intersotad &otild oon-at Chsrloa Floacr, Ted Kbiri statod thcf the P&iaC; Comzittoo Bad invoetic::tsd %ho isof li@b for I;ot .:?I. IIo rtatoa thct tho CjtOto i doos not Bavo money for now light8 but ha8 sono 9n oup ly, Phoy nould try to g~t tPlo li@it~ p. Ho asked for help froc tho %nato,

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31ck iIm9ley said thrt faculty =?nil stu5en-k uust r:lovc in the scm~ directio~ by zorking to~~ther. 110 f.'zl't they both meet rxkc c! concomcd effort t~ got policies thm thct df~cts then botli. ni.k covios. mei'c zcr? no ~~LIUT~G COT kllc SU wsta6ncor-t yat ~cauc c thoy Tho rqs.caoc for tlm crowdcd naaE t the corCt2r did r-ot ost-to the mating Wprzcity ac~~afly. SO~Q sprinc procra.ing 3z.d bem donno. he gyan ma Wt av~ilcble oa any d-.ys except Saturdcy or Sunday nites. ilm Beilunont aoksd the senatom to tell their constituenoi~c =bout Tlod. nit@ activities in the H,3, 3astcurant. Thoy inclnded folk si-csrs, jazz group, otc. ct 6:00 -.c, until &round lO:3O. He odd thct nith nore recponca it could fitr:y open until around 1:OO A.L:. Admission ncs fro2 liquor mil boor was oold. 3ick Hculilloy ctctod that tho Acadomic Lecture Gerios Comittac wantod to got fcculty mombors on tho oomittec. 110 add th:.t c asorotcry ncs nooiled f o sond out information to tlio diffomnt doyrtnoste. Rids Hrtncllcy novcd ti.1-t tho Connittea request about 5O.OO frm tho Sonr,i;o Rand to havc a c~crotnry, 2oac Iignon croconded 8" At. Eocl Harmon rovcd to mfor it to Flnmce Com~nitt~o for btieotigction. Tom -ton sooondod it. By a co~~somus of the Sen-tc sf ma csrriod. Bill 66 nas introducod by RT31 Kronenbittx' ad a?condod by lkrJ -on. It rogcrding bill6 md rcccrlutions mondod to tho 3ZE Ann Kroranblttor u.zondod tho bill to iacltlilo OJI onorgcncy Iaul Luk:-.oionicz movod to rofor Bill G6 to th? Iroccdurc -%-to-: to work out I conproniso batvoen 3ill C6 clnd 3co. 15. -on s?condod it. It ;m c ..rrieil nith 17 in f vor rxd 1 opm* Kkononbittor introduccJ i3ill 67, rc,"~".~-din:; :; onc-wo3k tzblo dl) a blllc m3 r-!aolutiono Chuck D-iCatrlc smondc~d it. 1"= ;Crcm-Banondod Bill 67 to include an onor,-excy clauco. Tom i3urton r&or this bill to the Irocodw C'ommittoC? md Don Boamont it. It ncLs cmiod nith 17 in fcvor 2ad 1 opposed. 70 u. EI introducod by tho Chcir and cocondod by Bcuo jr 2rcuns, -.iliocusim ROOD nmen movsd to t blc It to t!ia 7x-cutivc -ing of tho bill; 30n Boc.unont mconded it. It a:.s 22ww w&* 9 in f vor cad 10 opgoood. Eeal Hw.on noved tho quos t-ion G1QI; -mcLci-;icz scccndoii it. It ncm car,*ied. Bill 70 ma 92s8ab 15 in fwor 6 oppocod md 4 abstsnticr;c. )IISr mievice 130v3d to xond thc czcnda to imludo no&ati,-.ns for mUbOgW Conrdtto s and C~unoila who noro kckin,m~cbom;. Tom Ikllvl) -.dad thia. After none diocueaion, Ton mondod tho notion n~r~tiormr. for tho Procoduro Concittos. A-c?ul Lukaafo%d this. 3annis Aiic?my callad tho quootion and it tm~

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defezted, felling short of a 2/3rds erpfiroval, 15 in favor and 9 opposed. Rill 73, rozardfnC Timbollo volutoors, rsss introduced by tho Chcri~ md oooondod by Eiloon ~:cCwthy. !&a Wir aug&pstad tht it be t:-,bled bouaueo it still did n~t rsubnft c ccm~titution. Tom 3urton cckod for c. voto =d 2ooc Xgnon cccondod it, It nw not cmiod. ATter sore aiocwsiun, Tea Burton mondocl thc bill to olininzto coctfom 2, 3, and 4. To& Hloin oocondod it. I'eU Iii;ilraaionicz rrovod to ad j om t,r& 30n 3ammt eccondcd it. It ma not o~ocIm 3011 Bcxnont 1:: vod Bo guoctfon and 3ich Dooll aocondod it, Tho mndcent !'is3 cciriod. Dobbio Sorokz novod tho quozticn or, tho bill and it 170.a e .r..isii. 3111 73 17~ 1xw32ad i?ith 16 in f .vor ond 10 opposod. ail1 77 n2a introclwod by IJoLl lbnnon ail moondoll by Don Dmumont It 7:rao rom.:.ding tho r3-routine of tho Shuttlo &me :',fter cono Cinonssf on, Pa Burton roved to mnd tho bill to turn it .into a rooolutioa. Phis s7ab not aocoptod. Aftor f"wthor &iaouscion, Tho Chzir ccl'lod tho quostion. It waa pssd Witb 26 in fzvor, Btll 72 r;aE int;lodumd by tho "Uir ?ad sacondod by Don 3ot5umont. It WLL ro;3rxdbg rrcmay 2ll2toil to tho BSU. hftor mh doba-';c over the bill, .3obbie Sorokc adloil tho quostion. annio Adamy oooondsd if. Bill 78 vat 5of'or?tod nith 24 oppomd, labstontian ad 1 In f?.vor, Don 3amont novod to bri~' tho ~31:bulcnos bill up now. Pod Klain coco~.dod it. It me carried. tc-blo it. Bod Pienan socondo8 it, :t *c oarriod.

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). 'l ,Student Association i State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session sn' 15 -Senate Meeting L November 33, 1971 L it Senate h!linutes. I L" The meeting was called to order at 4:10 B.14. I *rc a Saatars not present were: Ed Balahan, Bob Delmonte, A1 Feldman,h-ona Glaakin, Neal f-lannon, Koss Hymen, Ed Kinlock, Cheryl LaRoceo, Zaul Lf 3 Lukasiewicz, Eileen NcCarthy, Vicky McLean, Chris Nolland, Tim 0 'Shaui Yghnessy, and David Yhomas. Substitutes were: Bill Donovan (for Neal Hannon), Pat OtConnor (for Cheryl ~a~occo), and Diane Bluhm (for Eileen Mc~arthy). The Chair announced that Res. 17 was suppose to be Res, 18. Debbie b Soroka moved to approve the minutes and Ruth Xnapp second ed it. It was carried. The Chair amend ed the agenda to put WOCR report by Mike Shrad er under the Vice-Presid ent Is report. Dr. Dunham 's report would come before % v the Committee reports. Ted Klein amended the agenda to include Res. 19, I; regarding the Bill of iiights and Iiesponsibilities, Pat Hopkins moved to accept the agenda and Namejs Ercums seconded it. It was carried. p Executive Is Report 4 There was no report. 's 9 4 Vice-Presid ent 's Report Denise Hart read a letter from Carroll's Drive-In and the U, S. Coast Guard, concerning Toys for Tots. They were starting a drive to get toys for children for Christmas. She asked the Senators to \ bring this back to their constituencies.' The next meeting would be B Nov. 30 at 4:00 P.M. in room 223 H.Y. "rk %. Mike Shrader gave the report from WOC3. Mike explained that COCR 4. wanted to broadcast the Senate Meetings stating at 4:05 P.M. After some t discussion Tom durton moved to accept this pcoposal and Ted Klein sec?" onded it. It was carried by the Senate. The Chief Engineer of YiOCii wou I' report back to the Senate, at a later time on the reception of the broadcast. bf. Treasurer 's Keport 5 i. ep rhere was no report. George Joyce 'asked the Chair to have Bill 81 *, tabled again so that the senators that were absent could read -Bill 3.

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r \ 'Comm5ttee and Council 9eports k 14 Dennis Adamy stated that the Academic Affairs Committee was not 4 heving any meetings because of lack of menbers. Erom a suggestion from the floor, the Chair ap~ointed '#ill Seyse to the Academic Affairs Committee. It was carried by the Senate. dY Ted Klein stated that Students Affairs Committee was bringing up a k. resolution concerning the Bill of Hights and Responsibilities. h Don Beaumont announced that there was approximately $371 8-00 left w in the Frogram Fund. Fi~ance Committee meetings were on Xondays ard t. xednesdays at 3:30 P.K. L'pon being questione-cT, C6ri 3~%u11b~ft explained that Kathy Deal was hired by the Union and was an advisor to the Frogran: J= Polic~: Board. The ultimate responsibility was in the hands of the 3oard. Fat Hopkins stated that the Faculty Evaluation Committee needed help. Ambulance Program was open to everyone. Tom Burton stated that anyope interested should get in touch with Charles Flood. Ann Kronenbitter charged the Procedures Committee with establishing impeachment procedures. Don Beaumont amended the agenda to include Res. 20, regarding Res. 14. Rick Handly gave the FA report. He stated that FA passed a policy for procedures for attendance in classes. It would be left up to the departments to make their own standards. If a student does not attend classes an instructor can recommend him for an E grade. FA was also looking into a proposal concerning withdrawal from and adding classes. The proposal was to change the withdrawal date from 10 weeks to only 4 weeks. After some lengthly debate, Rick Handly suggested that SA Senators, faculty, and administrators discuss the problems of the withdrswal systen! ~nd make recon;menl,dation. Research hzd to be done to deb~te the limiting of the tiithdratial date. Don dezumont stated that the ;:e h'ohody Knows was sold out for the ? presentations. He asked the Sen-ators to trke b~ck to their conlatituen cies the information rbout the :Fed. night activities in H.U. Rest~urant.

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--. -7r t'k 1, :. Dr. ljunh~m spo!ce on the !..ark 7 Calendar. Senztore received E 1 a copy of the calendar in their mailbox. He stcted that d.urinc his .t;* talks with verious students c r;d domitories, he discovered that aas.t students were not concerned with starting school before Labor. ;q-, Dzy slnd were very concerned with finishing. first sexeater before Christmas v~cetion. Dr. Dunhax enswered verioua oues-tions on the k colendcr. Ee said he would look into stzrtin g finzl exzms on Sat,; Dec. 16, a d~y ezrlier th~n what w~s on the calender. i .: -Cld Euainess Ell 66 w!'s introduced 5y Ann Kronenbitter, concerntng bills end "a, rww2utianamended to the agenda. It was second'eb by Per1 T2aYlea. kt Am Kroneabitter roved to table the bill two weeks. BtmrBeem~43 2 $2. .seeomled f t. It was czrried by the Senate. i p Eill 67, concerning sn~ one-week table on bills, was lift &n the Frocbdure :omittee for two weeks. Eill 8r) wes introduced by the Chzir and seconded by Rich Doell. It was regarded moneyalloted to the Art Iesgue, After some Zengthly debste over tKe bill, Don:. Eeaumonlt moved .to allote 3757.50 to the Art League. ~nnKronenbitter eeconded it. ~fter ~$511 Further debe te on the anendate, Yon l%rton!called the uestion onl the amendment. It was carried with 15 in..favor and 3 opposed. Tom artan-celled the qwwtios 0m:th.e bill 2nd it was p2ssed with 18 in fawr ad 6 apposed. 2ill 81, concerning the Finance Department was tabled as Geor~e Joyce requested. Eill 82,, was introduced by Don Beaumont and.;seconded by Knn Krahsnbitter. It was coneern5ng an amendnent to Bill 5. Ted Klein called the cuestion on the bill and it was pessed with 7i! in f~vor en& 2 rbstentions. 1)emis:Ademy ~aenofed the .agenda to include e resolution in! fzvor of the i~ erk 7 Calendar. tory furton seconded it. It was defeeted with 12 in fevor and 7 opposed. Denris cmended the agenda to include diaeussion on the c~lend~r and it w2s seconded. New rusiness Res. 19, wes iniroduced by Ted Xlein and :secom%ed by Bebb.i;e *&a. It wa.s concerned with the bill of Hights and ~stsgoraaibilitiee. ~dcj i$Jein moved to refer the bill to the students. for two weeks, RLch Doell seconited it. It was cerried. Dan beaumont introduced dea. 2C, concerning an mend-ment to 3es, 14 SaniZrunenbitter seconded it. Tom Eurton sue~ested to ncke it into a bill, JJon Beoumont chcc-nged Hes. ?p to bill t?. Ton: Burton noved that the deadline be elimineted fro^ the bill. John-LcCarthy seconded it. Cbcir called the cuestion on: the amendment and .it was carried with 13 in favor agd.:? opposed. The Chair called the question on thetlbill znd it was5'carried. Uith 19 in fevor and 'X, abstentlo~si. -



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Eionztorn not proocnt ncrst Borrcs Glookin, Ik,t Uopkins, 2-8 Cymn, .Id Kinlook, Vicky XoLcon, Tin Oo Shaughnossy, 13ko "hmdor and Grog ZorrU. Subrtituoe noro: ?rod PwItimQI (for Tim O'Sha~eecy). I.rzul Lukaeicnics =ondod tho to have Frculty Assonbly 7opoH nc itcn 6.5 mil ircadoxio hc&c nould be 60. John Ih3erWg oocondod it. TToal IIryuron :-ova:to ai3provc the z-mda ma Ann G?o1mnb4ttor ~Ct~~nddd ?.to Tho -report nouX bc h31d off until ail1 3% ncls brought up under Old ijwi~cs~. Jomnittca md Council loports Tod KLoin, chcimcn of tho Student 11f'i"alm 2omlt*o?, mkod the oonztorc to pick up c co-;y oi' tho 34118 zxd hoponoibilitios in their ricilboxcs. 2rul Lu2r,csi~wicz a~llOir if tho Ltudont Af2~~5.r~ Eom. had dono aytfiirz zbout tho itom they norc oha?,-~d nith. Tod ctctod t&;rt be -mc c ono ma comittoc md askod tho sonztorc for holp,

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%a 3zk.bc.m ucvod to cc-.opt t;31c nhwtos rnd ?txb Hopkino c tacndad it, It nc.a cslrrioil. Jon Zkxw:~-t L~OVO~ to mnq tho q;onda to fncludo th;rcc billa, oonos..nw tho Omot Bidy Ski blub, md t o Italfan Zlub. Lulrcoioi7ii~s m-c~doil tho a:-~tada to include a bill concorn:iinz thc Day Gc2c u'ontar. 2~x2 3urtm =.-andad Wzo a .or-da to Fncludc a rocolutl.cn conoarni~g aiid-ifrog 2d Babban r;Q ;.: d O;O :.Y mpt th~ cg~ndo ad Nnsoju 7rouns swonded it. ::t nru3 oarrid, Viza-l?rc?cidontla BOD= Denir-3 3a;rt clakod all cars ittm chairzon to infoim h~r of the tirc onbpkc of tlmir xe?tinpi~: Attation I?::.E then czllod on the Cvdo of OrBor. Aftor core ;Iiro'c;cclon, liclul Lulsai@'lS.c5 wi~nilsd it to oxo5,ud.a tho 3odic~.tion to Ann Rroaanbittor, dlco c-ondoa it to kvo a 2/3r~is rzjority or?, roll c-11 voto. ilcil ';152n411 EOVQ;~ to tcblo It ad I:ccrl I14su3.m rccondcd Lt. tt vr:c c,-.rrio,l *;!ith 19 in kvor ?nit 2 opgoood, Donioo Ibt rcad a lottsr of rccim~$ion -or. Vicky L~Loan. Pat Ifopkim cov~d to m00pt t!~ rocimtlon and Bob bUmto socondod it,

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PmCcmAttoc acrn2.d bo rto2ta Cod., 30c. 8, at 4:OO 1.1;. in C~n,-.to W-co, 1 'Jr,-to;.sctcd otudects and scnctorc norxkcd to at tend Dill G7 btroducod b? Ann lirwo::btttor, -CM_C COT,OO~:~,G QI~ OZ~C-WO?~ t~blc on blils. Jo~l J~~\rctrmt accondod it. Tad gloin r.ovo.2 t 0 ck~go t! b931 to ::or;. 22. Arm Kmmmbf ttor -. mco2tod tMs, 2kir E';ollma =~r-.: i 0b3 bill .to ~f~=fudc C~C to~onf 1. .!.t mxi mcs;?tcd. lot -ton I. ovnd tke UQ. $$an Rooc ?f.=on coco::dcil it. 211c roaolutior nr,r cloTcrtod with 82 opdoeca, 3 ic f.vor, ad 1 c-botoxtia.

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30s. 19, '~ltr~iluccd by 33, IXoic, con cam in^ Bill of Lfi3ts clad -. -iospo~r LbiliLics ::::LC ~~c~dod bg 3012 &LIU:OC~. ilon Ih~,tamont ~?OV %O rofa: Bittly. Tod Xlein mcondcd t.'..c ~~~~ickont. Tor.:_ 3vxton ccllod tho -. a uoation i:,nil tho c;r.:ozWont ::;~.z z:.irriod. 1.3 lro v'lc!.fl"o~ cclle6 %ti., ~OUCC->~OY~" 6n tke bill md it was ct-rriod with 26 In f vor. 3oc. 23, nos introduced by TOE Wton, aroncornin,rr adddrop progrcs. rjbric Eollm-d ooca:dod it, lifter oo~o diocuscion, TorXrtox eovod thc Ba@ Ihnnon roved to 1-4 joum -.nC i)oi 3c~.~:or_t scconilod it, !?he ~ootir,g andod at 7:20 P.E.

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a 2oU Call Vote Judy Jenkins ;sub *'uth mapp 8hn Eroncnbi ttor Y aub Bill 66 Bill 05 Bill 07 20s. 22 208. 23

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nus C Tho rm7t:ng 17cdlod to order rt 4r01 3.C. I t I1cjk:ns novod to ccco~t tho ninutoo md llnn Krononbittor aocmdsb it. It naa cL23Tioa. sB~ caada ma om--iod wf th no ob jcotions. *?kcoutivo Ronort %w Doaiso Hart atctsd th .t tho Coao of Ordor would be bold off to thz on& 02 Council mport8. QhO O~~DBO~ hor iliosr2 E irltmont that :thorn nac wry little rttaniltlnao a-I; iiho PA nootin&, o armcuncod thct; tho a8d-dro~ nowura n=s pawed at tho %aml$y Agsg~bly noating. ?dok lIrradloy CWWWICO~ thct th~ 7 SlQn vw aocilptod by PA cnd rmcmar,dcd to 3r. -'or3uc3, !Zbre mere 8mO ohrwpo C8l it. Bill of Righto and ?osponsibllit:aa me distributed at the meeting. Pro

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Tho Code of Order 17browt an tho floor, Am Kronor-bi.;tor rcvcd to tzblo it until tho Pirot ua3ting cftor vcoation, Don 3~au1~ont scccrd:d Old Buircao 8131 86, conco~nirg tio Ltrzlicn Club, t7c:: ~ooondod by Ann K.~nnonbittar. Aftor 0-3 dloouczion ovar tlic 8emto Finmco opinicns, r aul f,ulm~ionioe ~OVQ~ to &mnd Lt f 0 d10t0 $365.00 fr0~ tho Senato Fund and ;#rugram Fund, ($81,00 fr tho ?row n ad $309. Zroct ho Eonnte) Tr%&oro mcondod it. hn ICroinoribittor mnhiS. it to c~llot0 $390.00. &'auX ~lo~?icz mcoptod thLs to hio mondront. ?rf onfero calotl %[;;;GI qu~ttlcn an tho ~~on't ad it i7~~ CZOfoa.l;e&. i:eal i1-on cts;omcd 9t tc; dlo* S390,a) h?oz tho 2;;r~,6~ 3md, 2rovidod at all non-wod Program Zbnd ncrnioo tiv&t hvo boon dllotod to aotivitieo that am co~plstoly Sinir,!ud in thoir intondod ~lxnctlon bo roharmd to -0 i?rogrcm Rand, prwidod %hat t .is mount crlzzll be in axcoas of ,;318.80. fid Wiak aooonded it. Bob Dolno;.:to oollocl tho quo~tian on tho rrm812dr:snt but obJcotfor,s mrc rcliaod. ?ad. Lulcmim:ca mood to cot adjmont at 7:00 2.U. c'4 L-icJr' oocondsd it. It ma dofoated. A rovote race t&w, Bob DeImonto rov -d to voto on tlm mon&!;._. Rosa 1Xn0n eocmand it. It VQO ~,-.~iod, Ghair ccllod tho q'~ror_.tici: ad Bill 86 r:m gzccait with 21 3 fcvor acd 3 abotoriti ns, Bin 88, cacorr_.'::g ctnoy ctllot2d to tho IIoslt;h Center ZQS introdumd by 2~-d Lulrsi~t~.-.~ ad cooondod by i)an 3cuuont. hul rov4 to rdfor fLt to e-0 ?fnmco 2o11c:ittao. zd I'a~idtt sooondoii 'it. It 17aa srr:!o&*

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13111 89, i';w intro2ucxl by 3ob Ilokol=to, cc~cornin& Gocurity, Tol;?ojs 7rcm aocondocl it. After oom diacuaof on, Tod IZloin lrovoa to rofor it to 2rcneportotlon Council lTar2 IIrumon sccon830ii it. f t nos crzrrfod, Bill 91, conasrnir~ Soorct loUca Club, v3ao mconilOd by Ed 1,h~ioZr. .Heated dieoussiob follmod. Zd Kngsiok covod to table It to t:m Finance Comckttoo md Bob ihL.onto ooconilod it. Aftor fwthor dobzto, Ton I3urtan EOVO~ ta Cake it off' of tho moord, It ms dofmtod. Af.t;or a rovoto i7~?8 t&~n, it nu clowsd A"= 43x0 mcorda, 2ocs Iiymn novod to adjourn ma John W%rthy oooon8aii it, If tvcm cnrriod and %ho mothg ~ndcd at 6825 2.C.

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sl;uuont '1~3 OC .-, c: W1 4 S tcta Oniv~ml ty rt bc-::ego accept .She rcsigrtim cad 2zt :io~kiss soe,nil it. It cca cilrriod. 3snir 1:r.rt anno~mc?d t31 'c ?,c soon ctc X psscd tho Joint a mion proposel, cho could wlic crmn. 3er~~ts for. om. Dan 3arzwcct uov?d to rofor tho Coda of Crhr to 33 :!bxx?odttroc Ccm:-. %too for clarific~tf or+. 3obbio 2 orolra out for

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t2r.t tllc h'oul~xc~ :om:. L?,3 C-K~L~C? for LP. ck~tcr, If %hay r.oJ.C tho mbulxco It ~outd bo ~Lth th prov:sion tkt if -l-hey di~continuad rapvlco' th3 vzh:clc no-&d GO bzck to SA. Eic nu. bcr for the mbulmcc is 341-4000, UVAC nould cs;~~c lkbility but SA nould ctill milltoin control, ?cor.;c Joyce cktcb th:% hc ~o~li? bc j_:c--ti:nc ~"1 30n 3cCmont ;.zd., ccr.coi"l?ix~ tk:, ?ro:yxi md. 110 m uoctcd 309 I3ozuci;~t to t7~j.L~ a rcgouYt; rogcmXn2 thc 7incm~ Cora--A-. \,. *SG%. crc 191t in hblicotion iicct. IIo ~1x3~ Soil LLL Ii: tc2.7.tc 2 pco;>le sl10~lG 40 2 brochure on E11 cova _.m~or-t. :;4374. 12ft i~! t33 SOP~~::~;O -W-2. Iie ~~~c~teij I2z.L th~ Scns:t;c rr>qucet c :.rrittm roport Zi-0;. t..:3 ; cndulw 2nd 2022 on rocq~-tLort~ 3oX1 bu&ptc nwc ellotod for first cx:ca-t;or 0~1y. -rml iul;crla::lce r*xpaeotod th.t t?~ Tr3ztury 33pt. ziva c? gonerclizzd cp :roxhtLon on tho acaote of :A, by th0 bo~icinj7 of lipril, *orgo Joyce m:ounced th2.t at the noxt Son->to nwting t11orc aould bo a bill =?lLoJ;in: roney to t&e tho invsi'lt ory, ;aul Lukz,~.iot7icz novod to r~oonaidor Lois Cartor czs o ~ubctitutc for Tiloan IkCaiw. Dcbot~ acls ovor l;rhothcr c Suprono Court Juc tics could substituta, After EOIX biscw~icn, Don Boclront ccllod tl13 auoc "c.m md it NW Ccfeated. at E.Io@ins orrxmmcsd tb~t tho ?-culty %^,luntion r-rould bo aocting thrt amning at g:OOO~.i.:. in room 213 H.U. ?d 3eban G-vc the floor to Sugro-Q Court Justice Jon Lovine. Jon Lovina etckod tk-t tho Con %Q choulii us0 the Fuprcmo Court So toat policies of tho SA. Tom i3urton zmo-xced tkt intorsctod otudents m-d scmotom should look into the ziorgoncy Budget Crisia. Students should do 3?0:j~trch to r;c? nht om bo dona ?.boat this iaeua. IIenitt Union for the sonstors to look at, Bo novcd to mond thc cgordcl to include 3ill QQ, ccncarning tho sal~ of the mb-ulmce. I:d Balcsbcm oocondodl It ;ad it rtzc cmiod, sob ~')olmz~tc mnouncod th?,t Sootrain noulcl bo ho-0 Jan. 15. Ticketa would bo on sdc u~atzirr: In the union, .=rtul Lulr,?c.icniccl ronhilod 4210 ~.rogmm Gonr?. to trite up a rcport on tho ctatistic~ of attondmco cm pmt parfo~?~ftl?cot. -00G~)toa~w nould be in the RQZ ta-t Vod. ovcni::s rrt 0:00 P.C.

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3fll >;(I, Y.TC Ir~t::or.ucc.: by 3cb 3c?~~ori-!x t,r.d soc~:. dd by kine, lifter ~~23 dl:.cwcion on -';l?Ls bill, 30c. 3wa%on r.ovod f t -I; u Trc-:c.c _:ort,-..t;i OK 2oxnc il :LC. d -:.:d 3r.lcbcn ccc ~.i?dcc? it fttiath~, .':zbatc, .the 2kair c2lzd tlrc qzoc.i;i.on 01: tho bl.11 a. cmricd *zit2 11 fn fsor r.2 9 oiqo::2d to roPor it. 'A~t4~~'i-1;y to CO. 213 bith ftcr ~ti.11 2urWmr dob-t.: 20s. 25, i;' c -introduczd b., 30b 7~1~ontc! xd c~co_:deci by 20s~ IT-yccn. ::ocr -1% en -.L olzd&i it to reed '*bc pP3~cnttl. 3ob -)elLonto accop%cd this, i~ in opor=tio~ 3osll movod all Ae, 26 am intro2ucc2 by ?z,~11 SLII~CIC;~%CZ md rcco~dcd by Bob Deb ~sozitc. i &igy rovcd to t;::ble it ir:dofinitoly cm2 TOT-.. 3wton sax0:dccl iL. It ::ac ccmicc'. nith 17 In Pxor a:d 4 O~;>OE d.

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I S tuLont Aaaooiation Str.to Unlvorclty at Ooso~o Son: t~ 7 th Lo&clntivo Som ion 20th Son .to ;.'.octkg Chris Oollcnd ncdc o comctior. on ~33 2, it ohould &vc road that the '%wbstitutlar: ma3 dad~r?to&~. kmojs novoil to cooopt 4210 mSnutao c)ad 3avid 5%nmrz~l oococd it. It sm ac,rriod. id Boiaog rat28 the r~c trloticna or; %ho tmtorbodc to tho Cmc-i;o, IIo alarzotmcorl -.t. ho zOUlQ hulp tho In~ostigatLon Cam:ittoc if it mcxl f omcd t o ~01lc:to. lio c3mady SO:B ini&mmc.tion tir-t ho cot from aorkiza ovor tho rm.-or. 'Uo cwzno=cod that 4213 CUof Juatlcs of tho Trzffio Court had racfgnod . thct. tho-m -..1~18 (211 oponlrzg on tho cmYt. 3 G(.: Sub Bmi'il E r~ould mot .. ?a. ct 4t00 hoi1 Pienon xno=cad that Z~onotlzoua nsc hc.ving s book ilrfvo for Auburn Bt .tr> :'c.Poan. stctod tfia raescrr-o bdxlnd it mcl .oksb tho c mztorcs' to info= thoir conr tituinoios about it. Wife Ilwt ~aurficed that Yrxk 7 Cclondm hod not bcvl pt~c~d yot. A~M;il Ln;Lkt?Cloi;:%os r-ovod tc t?djom a* Gas L'S. arid 30b >lmmt~ aeeonded it. It ma defaetodi,, 3onise 'krt ~~~~~t=r?uad tl;. t ;e naxt Sx~sto moot* nmld be Bob. 8, p972 st 5r00 s~.L.

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+ .Tam %ton c r,vmcod t-.et tho t?r:bulcmo ~auld bo 3.n ~orvloo 24 bm. k u, W thonookondr; and ?rot, 4:00 3.2:. to 8800 ALm on tho no kclayo. ..'hano \ nwzbor ie 34140fi0, k TQQ Kloh dincuacod 3111 89 conc~nziw Saourity and cnow rgroval. 20 ctr:tad 00o txmndrontt to V1.3 bill. Om r:z0 fo oh@ $100. to :;20C. I for ralt, or-or1 chovolc ~tc, Iinot:am ~7w tixt :'ocurity ic to roqueotad to ciC c.t;LlZontr; cad tho Etu20r=t c-csuroc 2d.l liability to dcxqpr: to his t' !+c; r. Pod :. ovad to givo $40. to tho ?Imoportcztlon Council 2ra.. 4&o Eon:.to ~?und. 5?i~ O(Shzu&mooay actoanaod it. It nco ..:ciriafad, ~'aul Luba*e-, tomios roqwatod rz roll cdl voto and it n=la oarriod. ;" &4 I &mio AdeLEy ~tr.t~?Q tk t tlia flrocoiluro~ 2omit lo? nco bringin8 up tvo bilu w-d w..o rc: oluticn a! t3o CL ar,dr=. 30 ~,clrotl tho concWxm for I ~u~oticrar~. Z:ootixl&u ncra at 1:00 :,.I.:. osr Thur~&ye, 3eni~o SCt ar~~ctulced Xi t tho birth omtrol hcndbookc auld bo Cio%ribxtob at ro&~trm-l;icn. Sllo r,ko W~OUI~CO~ that no 0110 Srm :'.GC3 oauld ahart tag at tho Con~Ao IS ting boot-wc of fincla. 5910 csciotmt aditor to the Euksiow:: oe ~ithdmv h :: chzr~e of mturmblb ooko bottlw bum mO c P&o stcir cxc ir, thc Uniool. Boil Pi~non chcsr ,od tho ortrtian 2ouncil w:: th looking into tho biko tronr=portctior, on 0 Bill 82 :;t;:c tntro(luood by tiio -r;po~-tatior; 3ouncfl md Bon 3cx.unant it. Eod Uein diccu~~od tho 2: ondmmfe frmtho Caunoil r?~c.ln o arsnilrmnte n-.rc votad an toPt~-r. Ton 3uxYt;on TGVO~ to 3rrd or all qu3sticcs ad 3cve Thoncls ~ocandad 5t. It wco ccrrciodr oom dio ;ussfon, the e.ondr?ont -;= ilefastod ofth 3 in fmor ad 16 -8, 2he bill nca dofoztod with 12 bp;oc-d, 4 in fcvor cLnd 2 ~brctontiond

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Bill 97 wc?c introducrea by 3a Doaummt ,and aaoonded by llmn3.s Mcsq, 3on B--t incluilod an auxxlcent tkt rxPOff thic ocmgurr aWl be dofin~d t30 el0 $~bi%i%y fcff th3 t.%-uc?a% to mf cip::to in ctud-f fo2 iunaod cctirity 1';&210 tho3 cn enqp.od In tho Pulfl3J.ccnt of tPlo raqiurorre#rb t~t at in,;2spoailont otutly. Hoil Ticnon roved to amnd it to fno1-38s c.*t;ubnto ;'Lbo liw 20 r;ilco mr.g or coro. Arm ICr01zocbitt;ar cooor,dod if 3ioh 3003.l motrod to tcblo it and !Wm I)urfa~ EI :~olrtO@il 5%. ~t urc ilof~~toa, 'P~I man novod to tzbio it to t-3o fih~;~ ~airmit-e. 3iah Doo3.l rooun8d it md the notian ram iiofo. .to& Af'tor still i3&i@mr quoctiose md dobate, lib4 mein momd the quettioar. f3*ter otlll Pw?&w debate 2ioh Wll movod to tr.:,b:a I% and Tom Burtun cauondod It. If ut# c~riod t7Lth 15 b f~~m a& 4 ~oBoCI.

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mI'l 10C KB introdugod by tho Xzrraca GomAttoo cad eaoonbd by 3ah mu. 30a B3:;.woult cx.onclo8 it to hclulClo . out of socord cmxtu@ 39.1~ md. Xo nonoy clioulc2 bs L~?.:(? b~foro Bb. 2, 1972, Aftor eona cwoim, Chris Kollcnd ~=iovod *.t 9SU bo rc uostad to look bto borP tho oqtllgmaat 1:wo je ':mum c,?oonded t :iftar Arrt;hor dobato, qm cov:;d al' quoct:ono baPoro tho Sencto ad 2czul &ikaaio~iioz .; shrcmBod it. Chric ITollimd nithilro;~ hlc cr..m.&ant. %%a bill *ma oc;m;.io& rr&W 12 in Zcvor, 1 cbctontion, (2nd loppcea8. Bill 10b war iatro8uood by ?om 3wtun cLna cooondod by Judy Jw, frulrr?r=iovrioz novoll to t:&j~u.m ur8 Koil Plttnon s~corndod it. It tm BeSczlt d nita 5 in f-.vor and 12 op,:oclro8. :&tor oiiiow~siaol, XI61 POW~ to kblo f t Lend 22ul ~ionios owun0od f t. Xt m~ do%otod. ~~?01otrioz ucvxl tilo quootian md 30a 3.?cO1z20nt ooo~d it. 5%~ bilj. g~ cwpf od cLth 18 in kvor an& 2 abclontlaar,

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Tad Rloin oo.:.-loctod t2o r*utsa on pc:y 2. It ohoulC 9-0 road :'j20.00 to the hrclnc )ork.tion &uncil inatoed of :3$0,00. Doniso IW announmd thct Bill 101 nouliX bo in tho ;xckoto nclxt v-raok. kmjs kcum ccvod to zpprova tlic zdnutoa ~nd Zvid The28 sxoxlod it, It ncm owrioC2 by tko ::on-.to. .,ftor lookin: ovu t!m z,y?nGa, Txl Doin zovod to uccopt tho -.gonda m2 llch Do011 aszondad it. It ~7w carried. Exocutiva lonort 2d Boroy m~.ouncsd th~t tho propoeal for .t;lio So-l Aid, wMoh avoryromtor rocoivod, noulcl bo ptbliohzd in tAc Ossownlcm, 3icouacion r~o~a BG 1m1d off mti-1 t110 next no~ticg oo mm3.toro could look tb psbpocal ovar. !Zho Dfrth Control Booklota would be ~K?D&~B out in tlm dorcitorios ,infimy and CA of2icosm ':d 13oroy also atctotl that Jin Koosgrabor votild ba rmoting i7iath him nooxt m?ls concomln~ tho poocibllifg of oorbining SA mC 30m Gounoil g~vo~ts~ Daniso Ihrt inquired about t:.x possibility of changin$ the Sencto r;sctln@ to mothor dcy, Aftor aoco diocuaoian, it 17138 tho consensus of the Sonctc body to loavo the rootiw on Tuesdays st 5:OOd.L Donia IIart road thc lotter of rs~imztion Fror Tyoil Ticinen. Don Bof?um~r?.t lilovod to acco3t tho rosim,n,tion hn ICro~onbittar soooncbd It. It Ibnico flcst road o lettor of r~oLpc,tLon of Dan Bmumcmt fra-.. t3o Sonzto Tinace Connitt~c, 3on 9o~~ont r-htcd hio rcamco ad mvo aug:;ostione tm to tho mintowco of tho l?ioonco Com:fttoee Discussim pertolnsd to tlm mintorrrnce of tho COP ittao, salsctlon of ~onbors, longth of tirs cmvolvod lie a rrmbsr, ?ad keoping tiha Conr:ittoo a6 part of the Eencto. !i%o Camittoo on C-~itteo md tho ~Procodure Cormiftoo

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Tho Chief hginoor of 30C2 ~cvo s roport to tho Son?.ts body, Be 8 tctoil the problars :iO.23 hii corzorning roco;?tion ad hm xuoh thoy Cwo kprovoii rocaption in %ho borns. Pollowing aom diootmcion an& guoctionI.ng, lorn &ton rovod tmt 30C;i ba @van tho mcaimdor of their budcot for tho Sprins Somotor, 1972, Can Bu&lor scorndad It and it nae owriad cith 22 in Pcvor ad 4 2.b~ tent1 ma, 2r~c~oupor' o 3onort Goorgo Joyce ctatod that he vw atill rocomhirq$ Bill 97, oancremhg rofun& to indopendent otudios, no announcod tlmt kro would rooorsor-d an aacmdrant to Dill 97 ctt tho ~oxt rooting, no akod the coarttoro thct l? thoy had my fimcial billo' tkt tboyur~tod me rao-ondrtion on, to plcrco get Won in boforo tho %ar:.te Coatings. Ro urmd tho Cnnctorc not to aralano tht ha hail r~ilo a roco~~~dztion mlosc: he had scmsthlng written Ir: tho pmkots. Soor30 Joyc~ ct:-lad taat he would hevc c bill brou&:lt up at tho next zccting c~m~rmbg tho student o antrol urd nmz~enont of tho Acc ou~ting Systan, Fcculty i~ocanbly Report Souncil cnd Cosmittoo Sagorts Sick IItllldloy cmounc~d thct Bill Syse would ba in Albany for tho Spring se~eotor c=d Kmrefor~ would not bo able to be ohmirm of tho Lfb~y 'J-cila

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P >:d 3cIcb~n ohs.r~d the ttudent Af'faim Council nith locking into outaid8 act5vitios of the dinihalls. Rhlc EIandloy otctaa th-t boczua of 6 ldc of fmilltioo and pore& tho Acrdonic Locturo Sarias can not oporrzto to ita xtloot .potent:.cl, 'Pod Kl~in mkoil tl1r.t 3111 90 bo tcblod to tho !i!ri?i?portotioar Council until thsy finichod invcctZgctlan. It ncts cwfaiado 3ua to tho roqumt by 30n 9oourr,ont, 3111 97 wcs t~bl~d ono nora wock. Arm Krononbitter moved to cdjotarn md Can Buehlor seeondo8 ito It ww T!ha nocting ended c?t 6: 50 2.?& IZoapwtfully Subr$ttod, *Holly krkins

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23rd *enate Meeting February 22, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 P.M. Senators not present were: Dennis Adamy, Ed Balaban, A1 Feldman(2), Nona Gloskin(9), Ross Hymen(l1, Ed Kinlock(23), Ann Kronenbitter(l), John McCarthy ( 3 ) Mike Shrader ( 2 Evelyn Sf 11s ( 3 ) David Thomas ( 1) Harshall Trionfero(1) and Greg Zerrhan(2). Subst$tutee were: Mary Malonetfor Dennis Adamy), and James Gordon (for Ed Balaban. Student Aseociation ard. Tuition would definitely be going up. ill demand that the money be returned to Id be returned and be used for maintenanas ele hones would ba made optional next subs 1 dims each student by paying 8200.00 Neal Bannon moved to delete the last line on page 2, paragraph7 of the minutee. It was carried. Don Beaumont corrected the minutes on page 3. It should have read Bill 97 was withdrawn by Don Beaumont". Alsoron page 2, Don Beaurnont moved to bring Council and Committee Retpwts up to include mports from Summer Seesion,and the Ambulance dttee reports. Naamjs Ercums moved to appove the minutes and Debbie Soda seconded it. It was carried. Don Beaumont withdrew the Summer Session Bill from New Business. Bill 97 was withdrawn last week fsvwn the agenda. Mike Claffey moved to add two bills, one abut the Finance Caorm. and another about the Proaedures Comm. Tom Burton seconded it and it was carried. Don Beaumont moved to aacept the agenda and Gloria Garcia seconded it. It was cmied. Dr. Dunham gave a presentation to the Senate Body. He invated students and the senators to meet with him out at Fallbmk in the future. Dr. Dunham expressed his desire to have a free exchange of ideas between student8 and the administration. He enjoyed the discussions he held in the Senate and in the dams concerning the calendar. He stated that he felt that this Senate body did not seem to be interested in voicing their opinion on acudemic affairs. Dr. Dunham brought up the iusue of prooedures for academic grfevanaes. He stated that the student had no avenue to twn to when he felt he was unjustly marked by a pro fee so^. Dr, bunhrun also stated that even though FA and SA had passad neoZutionra abolishing requimemntm to attend grkdwtion aepbmonfee, it was never beought to Dr. Perdue's attention. It was etill in effect. There would be two days for graduation because Rornaey Field House was not available. He stated that thme would be no ohanga in the add-drop policy until the student who were researching the issue made their mpo~t to PFesident Pexwlus. Students would not be able to replitstar, for more than 18 Ms. in the spring pre-registration but aould, if there was rooan Ieft in the clasees register for more in the fall. DP. bunham amnounced that Chancallor Boyer would speak at a:OO P.M. in the Ballmom on Friday. All senators were asked to attend and to inform their consfitulnrcies. He announced sevml &me8 in tuition

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per year for each room. The state will only pay $100.00 thus increasing room and board. Dr. Dunham finished his presentation by answering vwious questions from the body. c' r Executive's Report Ed Borey announced that he was going to attend a meeting this weekend concerning the increases str tuition etc. He would report back at the next Senate meeting. He announced a proposal for the re-stmrcturing of the Student Government. A board would be set up fnvolving 4 members. ONe member from the IDC, ICC, the treasurer, and the Pro Tanp of the Senate. There would have to be a new definition for civil positions held by senators so that they could serve on this new board. It would help to unify commurdcations for thedifferent groups on campus. It would be representative of all the students and their activities. He aeked the senators to bring this idea back to their constituency so that they could express their feelings about it. Ed Borey asked for some interested peo$le to work on Student Legal Aid. Dr. Rock asked the Senators when it would be opportune time to give a presentation to the body. born a consessus of the Senate it was decided to have Dr. Rock give his presentation at the next Senate meeting. Vice-President's Report Denise Hart read a letter of resignation from Bob Delmonte. Tim dlShaughnessy moved to aucept the resignation and Rich Doell seconded it. It was carried. Denise Hart suggested that the Senate inveetigate the possibility of negotiating with the Telephone Co. in regard to phones in the dome for those students who wanted them next year. George Maeller spoke for a short time regarding the possibility of donating money for cape and gowns to a worthy cause. He asked the Senate for recognition of this project. It was decided to put the program under the Senior Committee. Tom Burton asked that his bfl1,regarding the transfer of money, be tabled for one week because he had to leave the meeting for an important appoinment. It was carried. Trtursurer's Report Qeorne Jwce asked the Senate to look over his treasurv MDO~~ which he had h-mded out. He announced that two bills wouldbe homing before the Senate ae submitted by the clubs. He stated that there wa8 money in the Prom Pund for the Bills. He suggested that on the bill coming up concerning the Financu Cam. that it also include that Bill 11 be rescinded. He stated that he had class at 8:OO P.M. on Tues and that he would not be able to staf veq? long at bPIe Senate Meetings. He suggested that if any Senator had a finanae billhe was going to introduce that they should see 6eorge before^ Neeting. Faculty Assembly Report There was no meting on Monday. Council and Committee Reports Don Beaumont ~nounced that there were two manbere on the Summer Session Comm. Any senator interested in joining should Bee Don BeaumontChris Pelky stated that the results from the quest~onaires would be in b the next meeting. Acaddc Aff& would moat on Thurs* at 4:00 P.E. in the Union.

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-3Ted Uein announced that the new busing would stmt on Mo~t&y. 1 for the exps'nae of the bicycle racks would ba befare the e eoon. fey asked ths Senators if they would mind holding the until the next meeting. Copies would ?xi given out enate agmed to wait until the next meetingn Bed-nt handed out the calenda~a for the Program PolicyHe went thru a liat 'of events cxdng Up. He ask4 that the n for the new 66nator8 be held off until the Board finished fn% its past proersmrs whiah weuld be two weeka. The senate to this, after some discuasion,with 11 in fawr and 2 opposed. s .. .. Dan Beaumont a~~~ounaed that he was introducing two bills far wae introduoad by the R?ofedurecr committed and seconded Uce Claffey moved to mend it to include that EIll 11 adraded. It was amoptad by the Praosdms Camrm. Meal H-on '. that the lettrrr d ba added that would zwad Msmbsrship should exaaed 8 nmWm6. Ridh Domll seoonded it. After much dieounsion a wer the amenilpaaat, the Chair oallad the que$,$im on the and it waa defeated. The Chair ~alled the quet)*%on on the d it was eam?Q1.d with 17 in favar and 1 abstention;,. 'i ., Bit1 111, wa8 introduced by Mika Claffey and seaendad by Linda Ipogdari. Aftem disaucruion, the Chair called the question bnd the bill wae pasued With 18 in bvo~ anb 1 opposed. WM introdwad by Don Baawnont and srwd by bend6 ddak moved to amend tha bill to allote $290.00 to the ha no*.d to inclu& on &I agenda a bf 11 aaneem&ng the. tran8fer ab, f~dar. A hand voh waa taken and it was d~fatsdo A mote was wted and it uu daf~ted again. TIm 0'8h8ughmrrry rewrrddd that 7 ion. Ted Klein rsked fw Q m1e -11 vote and tlw moticn! wae defeated wlctth 11 in fa7 oppaared and 1 abutention. It was not. ear~ied. BiXl 113, mgarding the Ski Club waa introduaed bp Don Fbaumont. INm Bsalsplont asked that the bill b~ tabled fop one mek far) further &k*(rdrtigation. Neal Humon seaondad it and it was wid with 10 fn'fayop and 8 0ppoee-d. [ 1(.dk% bn mwed to adjourn and Don Baaupnt 6mmnd.d it. It was -.a and the meting 8nd.d at 7:2S P.M.

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i ? Student Aesociation State University at Osuego Senate 7th Legislative Sesiion 24th senate Meeting Emergency Meeting February 2$th, 1972 The maeting was called to order at 12 : 45 P.M. Senators not present were:Ed Balaban, Linda Bogden, Tom Burton, Namejs Ercums A1 Peldman( 2 Nona Gloskin( 9 Ross Hymen, Ed Kinlock( 24 ) Ruth Knapp, Ann Kronenbitter, Carol Thomas, Chris Nolland, Mike Shrader Evelyn Sills($), David Thomas, and Greg Zumhan (2). Substitutes were: Bmey Vetrovsky (for Ed Balaban), Chris Pelky(for Linda Bogden), A1 Spindledfor Tom Burton) Sola Ercums If or Mamej 8 Ercums -& Kathy Sullivan(for Ruth Knapp) Neil Tianen(for Ann Kronexibitter), Mary Wide (for Cheryl LaRocco), Kathy OfBrien (for Carol Thamas), Tom Williamson (for Chris Nolland), and Bean Grassoxfor Mike Shaader). Dennis Adamy moved that any substitute who did not have a written note from the senator could speak and vote at today's meeting only. Gloria Garcia seconded it and it was carried. Dlfiscussion was concerning the recent increase in tuition and roam and board. the canseasus of the Senate body to present a resolution to the llor when he apoke in the Ballrouun that afternoon. It was decided at Denise Hart or her designee would read the resolution before the t body before the Chancellor gave his presentation. After futher debate scussions the senators decided to write a resolution that waar specific ndemned the new increase fn tuition. The resolution was written on the oard with additions and deductions made by the Senators. The Chair alled the question on the Resolution and it was passed unanimously. %!he Chair moved to adjourn and it was carried. The meeting ended at 2:00 P.M. Respectfully Submitted; Holly Harkins

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Student Association State University at Oswego S nate 7 %I Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting February 29, 1972 Y Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 P.M. Senators not present were : A1 Feldman(3), Gloria GarciaCl) Nona Gloskin(lO), Pat Hopkins(l), Ross Hyman(ll), Ed Kinlock(25), John HaCarthyCl), Evelyn Bills(*), and Debbie Soroka, and Marshall Trionferofil) Subetitutes were: Kathy Sullivan(for Debbie Soroka), andChris Wise(for Cheryl LaRocco) Tom Burton moved that the rule on proxy be suspended for this meeting so that Kathy Sullivan could eubstitute for Debbie Soroka, who was at home ill. Darol Thomas seconded the motion and it was carried. The Chair read a letter of resignation from Cheryl LaRocco. Don Beaumont moved to accept the resignation and Carol Thomas seconded it. The Chair also read a letter from the President of Hart Dorm Council appointing Ch~is Wise ae eubstitute until elections. Don Beaumont moved to accept the appointment and Carol Thomas seconded it. It was carried. The Chair introduced the new representatives from Faculty Assembly. They were: Dr. Bartle, Dr. Miller, and Dr. Chermack. Dr. Bartle and Dr. Hiller were sworn in by Chief Justice Gary Gardner. Ann Kronenbitter moved to accept the minutes and Tim OIShaughnessy seconded it. It was carried. The minutes of February 2% and Feb.22 wers both accepted. The Chair moved the Vice-Pre8fdent1s Report up before P1.. Rock's presentation. Due to illness, Denise Hart was to leave after the report and Senator Burton would take over the meeting. Don Beaumont withdrew three of the finance bills. Mike Claffey asked that the Code of Order be brought up under the Vice-President's Report. It waa accepted. Hike Claffey moved to approve the agenda and Namejs Ercums seconded it. It was carried. Executive Report 'Ihsm was no President's Report due to the fact that Ed Borey was still in Albany. Vice-Prsident's Report The Chair announced kkat none of the bills were signed into effect bemuse 6f the President's absence. Anyone intemsted in the operations of the Finance Committee should see Denise. There would be a gathering of Dr. Dunham and ollhsr deans with the Senators at Fallbmok ,Thurs. March 9 at around 7?30 P.M. The senators were asked to attend the meeting and were asked if the date and time were convenient. It wa8 the aonsensus of the Senate to keep the time and date offered. Gary Gardner announced that there would be a Broom Hockey Game this Thursday dts at R48u11y FieLd House. Eve one was invited to attend. Denise Hart thanked the Senatcrrs and espec 1 ally Dennis Adamy for their work Qn the resolution sf last Friday. She had reeieved favorable

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to' the resolution from various members (rf the Faculty. She expressed her interest in continuing action on the iesue and stated that if any smiators wished to work with her, they were to leave their names in the SA office. ~4.s DIEntrone announced that starting on Staurday any dogs found in the Hewitt Union would be taljen away. This includes dogs on a leash. $5.00 would be required if you wanted your dog back. The Oswegonian wauld have a article on it in the next papeP. The Chair bmught up the Code of Order. Chris Nolland moved to amend it read After discussion, a simple majority vote is needed to ratify an mndment." Chris Nolland also suggested that on the last line of the first page that "andlor afterw be excluded. Both friednly amend were accepted by the Procedures Coxunittee. Neal Hannon moved that "Anything not specifically covered here, will be referdd to Robert's Rules of Order'' be included at the end. It was carded by the Senate. The Chair called the question on the Code of Order and it was carried unanimously Dan Beaumont questioned what was being done concerning abstenteeism of Senators. Mike Claffey announced kRat the Procedures Committee would be handling that. The bill regamding abstenteism did not go into effect until two weeks after it was paesed in the Senate. P"resentation by Dr. Rock Dr. Rock announced that commencement would be held on Sat. June 3. Two separte ceremonies would be held that day. Students would be divided alphabetically, Dr. Rock took su gestions and oosible changes d B f;rom the Senate Body. Dr Rock also state that caps an gawns would ba required or else the student could donate the money to a worthy cause. Ilr. Rock went over the Health Center Handouts. According to the handout, the two alternatives that were left to the students were to eQZher keep the infkmmry closed or else injeet student controlled monies into the service via a health maintenace organieation or simi3iap device. Lenghtly discussion and questioning followed the presentation, After the discussion, Tim OtShaughnessy moved to table the Health Center proposal for further evaluation and so that students wuld be inforsled. Carol Thomas seconded it. It was carried by the Senate. Treasulrsr s Report Geopge Joyce askeg if there were my questions concerning his bndout of last week, He stated that if any senator wae interested that since he can not be here for the enti= meeting, he would appreciate it they would present a written report from him concerning bills and other financial matters. Paoulty Assembly Reports Chris Pe announced that the Bill of Rights and Responsibility ww paased by?A. On the floor was a proposal for Personal Policy Council. It would be voted on at the next meeting. Council and Committee Reports Linda Bogdan announcsed &at Neal Hannon would be the vepresentative on FA Academic Council. Neal Hannon bro-t up the internship proposal which would su~~lem@nt the independent study ppogram.

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I Members of the Political Science and Business Departments were workim on it with FA Academic Council. 'b Linda Bogden stated that any senior could donate money to a worthy cause. She asked the senators to bring this back to their constituency. Anyone interested in working on the Senior Comm. should see Linda Bogden. Linda Bogden moved to amend the agenda to include a resolution from the Senior Conunittee. Neal Hannon seconded it and it wa$ carried. Questions concerning the Ambulance were answered by Tom Burton. Ted Klein announced that the busses were in effect. Transpoetation Council meets every Friday at $:00 P.M. in room 220 HU. Hike Claffey brought to the Senate's attention councils and dttess who had not given a report in a long time. They were: Admissions, Library, Academic Lecture Series, Critical Iseues, Free University, Investigation, Snow Emergency, Referendum, Committee on Committee, Constitukion and Expansion. He also announced that a list of all committees and councils would be up in the SA office. Tad Klein asked that the time of committee meetings be put on the agenda with the committee. It was accepted. Cb Program Policy handed out a. 8hset with the events of th$ -coming week. Don BEaumont stated that he wouldcreport back to the Senate about the evaluation that the Board was doing. George Joyce asked that the Sanatore bring back to their constituency the fact that the Ontarian ie not included in the SA fee. If the yearbook dose not get more subscribers they may not be able to operate. Ann Kronenbitter moved to adjourn and Rich Doall seconded it. There waa not a quorum at the meeting to cawry out any further businera. The meting ended at 7:00 P.M. Respectfully Submitted, Holly Harkins

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OL1.rannt Aeaoaiati on Sthte tnivereity at %wego denate 7th Bbgislatlwe session 26th Senate Neetang Ths meeting was called to ortier at 5:08 Pit. Senators not present were t I. ma uloskin (ll), 3d ~inlook(26 ), Chrir. hi84 (1 ) JM hqsiak (1 ), John ~Carthy (2 ) hbble aoroka, md MaraWl Trientel-0. Substitutes were : wtrgie ~raaso (dor lhrshall Trioniero) and Klrthy Sullivan lf or Debbie Soroka ) The chair introduced w. ~hage~e Ghemaaok who would be P'aoulty Aaaembly*~ representative to tne &enate along with Mr. Bartle and Rr, Amstrango L'1F. Cherwlok was sworn into office by %5sf Juetlce Gary Oardnsr, Peal Ilantian -oved to accept the minutee and fit5 Bala >an aeoonded It. 3 t wae carried, Denise kt announced that Bvelyn dills had quite eohool and that Onondaga Donn Council woulc have to elect a sub8 titute for the re~aiader of the year until elsotiom. 8b alao read a letter of' resigpation from Al Pel&.w. I.anejs i3roumr, moved to aouept the reeignation and Bavid Thomas aeoondsd it. It was carried, Deniae Bart read a letter from Ri&a Donn Counail aaking that Mak Wdley be tmir substitute Sn doss Hyments pluae. Deniee rms at letter of resignation from &oss wen but left it in the offias. 'here uere no objeotlonr to asrving Rick hdley a8 substitute, The chair announced that the Sleetion Bill should have been under blew L3uainesa on the agencia. Tm burton uoved to change the agenda to ttrs propoaal charged to the Yrooedure haiiittee by heal hnnoae After same disausslan Tom Burton withdrew it if it could be aated an witbin the next week. TIM $+rocedures Gammf the acoepted the charge. leal I!tacnoa moved to aad to the agenda five finance billa. Mike Claffsy aaaepted it and it was carried, &d daleban uoved to acoppt the agenda and Sarol Thomas seaonded it, It was carried, Vice-President's Report Denise -art annovnaed that a guorrrm was b plus 1. She remlnded the Senators of the get together Thurs, evening at Fallbrook' with the administrators, It would be at 7:30 PHs She also announced that ahe had sent Res, 35 and a Utter to Preidents of SA, editore, Tog 20 in the government in Albany, There would oe a artiole in ths Oswe onian conaeraing a organhati onal ~oeeting Hon, at 7 :3Q PM to h-8-IE eo de w t was to be done about the increase in tuition, Denise part started a Ciisou~tBi0~ on the Health Plan proposal, &he stated that the students had to have a voice in the aalth Center in hiring and aeleoting the etaff. &he felt that there waa two different points of view on the propoaal, Tne aWnistrative point of view which waa more of thinking in long range affects and tt-e student's view of needing services immediately. There us8 some questioning aria debate over the issueo

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Page 2 IMnire Hart ndnrted Mike Claffry and Th OVShaughnesey to the Pinuloo Cemmittee. These senatom had shown a internat in the position. Ted Kleb moved to acuupt the rroolinatione and Rich Doell uaoondad it. St was camied. Pat Hopkiao stated that sha would woe on the eondttao. Ted Klein mwed to accept thi8 nomination and Ann Kransnbitter seconUed it Md it wae caZwied. Prssident s Report Ed Borey announced him appointments to SAVAC. Tom Venesio and dk$ the senatop, Ed Balaban. Both ment were there to answer questions from the Senate Body. Tom Burton moved to accept the appohtmnC8 and Rich -11 seoonded it. It was carried. Ed Bomy announced that them would be 2 bills coming up at the next meeting concerniag The ByLaws and bcecutive FA pbpp~sentative. Ed Borey disarssed the new tuition hacrearre. He @tat that there would be a moratorium on Maroh 14, 1972 to support the legfsla program of CUNY and SASU. He announced that students had to start mobfli their parente. More infamation would be available at the meeting on Edoradq at 7:00 PM. Thursday at 4r 00 PH. would be a meeting of Legal afde Proposal, Food Sub Board I would meet on Thursday at 4: 00 PN. Trea8urr?rt s Remrt There was no report. Faculty Assennbly Report Chris Pelky announced that mc&procity in FA. She asked that at the next meetings for the five coundls was passz that the senatom appoint thei~ member and give the names to Denise Hart. She also sdd that there ware sane program changes in IA and Russian majors.Any further information could be obtained in the SA offiee. -5s Pelky stated that PA was upset about graduation oeremoniea being mandatory. A resolution would be on the Senats floor asking the President to re-oonsider, this iasue. Them was sosre disc3 don over reciprocity of Procedures Council and Finance Committee with FA Personal Policy Council and Budget Committee. +. CounciX and Committee Regoes idIke Claf'fey charged the Chair with lookinn into the absences of Nona Gloskin, Ed ~inlbck, a6d John McCarthy. Don Beaumont announced that Alfred Hitchcoch's movies would be glayinz in the Ballroom on Friday nite and Saturday nite. Wed. evening at 8:OO PM them would be a cabaret style performance in the Ballroom. Namejs Ercums announced that the Election Bill would be coming up on t floor at the meeting. Ted Klsin stated that the mason the security officer was riding aroui with no headlights on was due to the fact that there were broken. Linda Bogden announced that Academic Affairs would be meeting tomorrow at 4'100 PM. Everyone interested was invited to attend. HIke Claffey announced that Kathy Deal and two membetrs of the Pru, am attend, f Polfcy Board would be in Scales to enewer questions. Everyone was inv ted

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1 %, Page 3 4 Cam B~lchler announced that Tom Burtam had been selected to be on ma Board. Cam Buelher wanted to know how the Senatom felt about haw of Relrpoaeribility and Bights ehould be implemented. Tho main %@rue studeata~ afttalking to their mesrars should have to go a9 Chfimt beforcr bringing thd@"'risvurd' to #e Born. The would ooasirt of 1 student, 1 mmber of the fauulty and t third pasty. F 4~. rb intmduaed by Mike Claffey and @moonbed by Gloria Qda, TEd c the queution and the bill waa pasued with 20 in favor, 1 oppose^ Claffey withdrew Bill 115, oonamhg an addition to the agenda. He aov 5 h. Free University Cosaa3ttee and 5 i. Student Sontice Investigation ittee be added to the agenda plan. Ted Klein reoondmd it and it war fed. 36, was fntroduced by the Seniasr Cawnittee and seconded by Don Beaumont. Kronenbitte~ asked that the PPesident and PA reeeive a oopy of the Rae. Chdr would be sendinf a copy to both parties. Rfck Handley moved %hat principlen be dropped from the bill. After some discussion, Lhda en accepted this amendrHsmt. The Chair oallrsd the question and the Rseoon was passed unanimously. intmduced by Don BEaunront and seoondd by Rich Doell. Tho BiX3 ,wss the result of the Frogrum Policy Board's evaluation of year's (fall semester) operations. Tom Burton moved that the bill be ded to mad "2 members of the Senate body ahall be chosen at lmge by thc! e and 1 member of the Exeautive Steff be chisen by the Execrutivs. Mike ey seoonded Lhe amendment. After much afscuesion, Torn Burton moved the ion and Kathy Sullivan seoonded it. Debate was ended on the ermsndaaant as.." ndment was defeated with 11 in favor and 13 opposed. Ann KFOnenbftter o make a friendly amendment to include lmember from the Executive Star, aumont refused to accept the friendly antendntent and Ann Kreonenbitt~ frew the amendment. After further disaussion, Rick Handley moved ths tion and Don Beaamont seconded it. Bfll 120 was paaeed with 16 in favor opposed, and one abstention. woduced by Tonr Burton and seconded by Th O'Shau@ness~* ded the bill to inblude "The PropPol$. bard shall 3 sass a fee subject to ratifitxition by thd enate. All shall be made to re-establish the original funds utilized back this concert." Neal Hannon, spaking for Gee-e Joyce, stated the sons that George Joyce advised that it should be defeated. After muoh ate, Ed balabrn called the question and Ted Klein seconded it. Bill 116 was defeated with 15 opposed, 4 in favor, and 6 abstentions. 11 117, was introduced by Don Beaumont and seconded #y Rick HAndley. A sentative from the Russfur Club spoke on the bill and answered va~iou. ions concerning the bill. After much discussion ove~ the bill, Ria y moved the question and Tom Burton ~econded it. Debate was not ended ont accepted an amendement to the bill, alloting $252.50 due to the $2.50 was left out that was to cover handling charges on the movie n mowed to amend the bill to exclude I1 and 111. Mike Claffey

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b 0 k Page 4 L1 t ammatled it. After reme diecus8iona Heal Harmon mwed the quamtion on the runrl'--unt and David TkosPacr raeaHd it. me mmadmnt wu drfuted. Mak &radk moved the queetion and Meal Hurnaolr 8aQOnded it. Th. bill wu -red ~iW3J~nfmm P owm~dr md no rb.tmtbmo A 3 &in Xmm&itmwed to do the -tion Bill naw and Ted Xldn raw i+t. Xt Wm~d. Bit1 121, war iatroduced by Um Eleotion Committee and aeoonded bp Don Beaumd -36 src\tlarcs 8mende~d the bill to inaude that the money would emno the ( 8" $+natu Fund and that V1.e mad "...be taken to the main offiw~ of Wow 9 Aftrr vety lmghly disowsion over c!ertain parts of the bill, Risk HaaUby 'bed to aaasnd it to elb&ate IIo., to &ange XIV.18 to 16 eanatoro, Orop #IV 12. Rioh Doall seoon&d the ag~sacl.mt. After sops diaaueeions Tom 0wa ma4 the quscrtim and Gmg Zerrhan senOdWICied it. cuamdment wa8 defea'A bal iiannon moved the quation 06 the bill and Ted K&in acroonded it. The r : bill warr odl~~?iad with 20 in favor and 1 opposed. Riak Handley mwed to adjoumt and Ted Klein seconded it. It was not camied. Bill 118 was iatmduced by Don Beaumont and aeoonbsd by Neal Hamon.Don Beaumont ualled the question and Me bill was camied with 18 in favor and 1 opposed. Bill 119, was introduued by Don Baawit and Carol Thnsru eeoonded it. A mpcaaentative of BSU spoke aonce2)ningt the bill. Fmd Bartle suggamtsb that tha Senate look into buyclam0 of the fir;sPe instead of rent* than a31 tha th. After eaao disoussian, the Chair aalled the question and the bill was partsad with 18 in favor. 3, warn introduced by Don B~umnt and eeaonded b Neal H-n. Don t rmannded the bill to allote 8760.00 hetoad of g 1600. Thi8 wo in nt with the Ski Club.. Kmmmbitter aalled tho ueation and the 11 tsas passed with 12 in favor, 4 appocsed, and 3 .&tent 1 ons. 'C Bill 122 was introduced by the Chair and eeaond.dby hnnie Mamy. Wtor 6discussion, AnnlCmnenbitter called the queetia#h on the bill and it If was pusad with 18 in f'avo~ and 1 abatention. 3 dill 123, was introduced by the Transportation Counoil and eeoonded by NeaX Harwnun. After some debate, Neal Hannon moved to recess for 5 PPinutea. 14' Itruoarriedandthemeeting~dedat 8:lSPn. FB" 6:; The meeting wae called to order again at at20 PH. Ted Klein moved to table $4 4 Bill123 and it was camiad, Bill a24 waa introduced by Heal hmnon and seconded by aenni~ Admy. Weal 4 avo George Jogor's F. rt on the bill. Ted Klein moved the que8tion und 5 abe tentions P" 8-1 Th-a seconded to The bill wwa earpied with 12 in favm and Due to the fact that them was no quorum the meeting ended at 8:27 RI. Respectfully Submitted, 61" ia Holly Haains

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h Student Association Skate University at Oswego rb Senate 7th Mgislative Setsion 27& Sedate Meting PI i Senate Minutes b+ @ The meeting mas called to order at 5:lS PM. "r Senators not pmsent were: Dennf s Adamy(1) Nona Closkin(lO), Ed Kinlock( 2":' : -is Wisa(2), John HcCal?.Uly(3), Susan Tyler, Chris Nolland, Mike Shtradart:.: ; David Thomas(l), Marshall Trionfaro( 1) 6reg Zemhan(1) Fred Bartle(l), $>ad J.A Miller(1). q' Substitutes were: Eileen HcCArthy(for Susan Tyler), and Wamen Paul (for ~ Chris Nolhd) inda Bogden corrected thk minutes on page 2. It shauld have read that Linda Bogden announced that the aahoc meeting would be..." Ted Klein ade an addition on page -4. After discusion of Bill 123, he added that Meeting ended for five minutes due to lack of a quorum. The senate:, downstaire to find two mare people(sAnatora) to make a quorum." sen McCarthy moved to accept the minutes and Pat Hopkins seoonded it. as carried. Chris Pelky moved to add an resolution to the agenda. Ax enbitter seoonded it and it was camied. Rfck Handley moved to add scussion of Bill 120 to the agenda. Ted Klein seconded it. Ed Borey about the bill. He amnounced that there wae going to be a meeting tl day at 3230 PM with Kathy Deal. After fwther discussion .the bill s put on ander Procedural Bills. Ted Klein moved to accept the agenda ; leen McCarhhy seconded it. It was sarried. Ed Borey announced that there were some plans being discussed about changing the We-up of the Program Policy Boardsextending it etc. He ma6 some corrections to Bill 128, Nwnber 2 should be Director of Finance and number 6 was Vice-President of SA. &or e loyce spoke about the Res. 37, Being inmduocsd by Chris Pelky. He adv f sed the passing of the resohtio: so that control of student's funds would remain in the studants' hands. Vice-President's REport 8' a Denise Hart stated that the Senior Cdttee should make Bn appointm 5th Dr. Dunham to discuss graduationIt was suggested that a list of for8 not wishing to attend be made up and pnscnted to him, The tuiti...: ting had been subdivided into three sections: Petition drive, edueatio-erial, and coordination of state wide activity, Anyone interested wer ,raked to attend the next meeting on Monday at 6230 PM in room 223 HU. Neal Hannon gave the report in George Joyce's place. He stated that mere were going to be letCers in the mail requesting budgets for next ar, There would be the same set up as last year. Inventmy project wa:: ing on to computeriae all the inventory SA wns. nise read a letter from the Seneca president asking that John Neveu be

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Student Association =ate University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting Page 2 acce ted as senate substitute from Seneca. Ted Klein moved to approve ths appo !n mtment and Tim OIShaughnessy seconded it and it was carried. Faculty Assembly Report Chris Pelky announced five changes in curriculum. She also announced that the resolution concerning graduation was sent to the President. The ~~1r~iculum far Summnr Seasion was sent back to the committee, Coundl snd Committee Reports Linda Bogden stated that them would be another meeting concerning tLideas for a new grading system, Anyone interested should get inscontact with Linda. Mike Claffey stated fiat the bill for validation of bills and resolu-t; would be brought up at the next Senate meeting. Finandce Cdttee stated that at their last mesting they sta*ted a outline of priorities and procedwes. The Rugby Club was approved by the Cosnmittee for $296.00. Eileen EcCarthy moved to approve the money alloted to the club and Tim OPShaughneesy seconded it. It was cam?ied.The Lacmss~ Club had no member present at the Fiarusce Meeting. Prothdural Bills Bill 120 was not brought to the floor. Bill 126, was introduced byTim 01Shaughnes8y and seconded by Meal Hannon. After acme discussion Tom Burton moved to amend it *o read that "A student may be placed on ballot for only one elected offfoe within SA1' Tim OfShaughnessy accepted thi8.a Ed Balaban called the question and the bill was paseed with 19 in favor, 2 opposed and 1 abstention. Bill 128, was introduced by Tom Burton and seconded by Eileen McCarthy. Tom Burton stated that the ntain p ose was for better, communications thru out the aarapus. Afte~ mueh di8cusa "E on and debate, Tom Burton moved to consider the bill in 2 separate partea. Ed Balaban eeconded the motion. Ed BaZsban called the question on the motion and it was pe8ed. After further debate, Ann Xronenbittes. moved to table it and Tad Klein seconded it. It was cc~lp~ied. Rick Handley moved to table the second part and Don Beaumont seconded it and it wa6 also oarrfed. Bfll 129, was introduced by Tom Burton and seconded by Ted Klein. Tom Burtc mended the bill to read the Via-President's seat be abolished. After much dircuesion and debate, Eugene Chermack move to table it and Ed Balaban ueoandsd it. It was carried. Re#. 37 waa introduced by Chris PeUcy and oqconded by Mike Claffey. Th OqShaughnessy oalled the quation on the.ki&b and it was crarried with 17 in favor, 4 oppoaed and 1 abstention.

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7 ~bd Klein moved to table Bill 123 to the Finance Committee indefinetely. ,&It Was Carried. -. dl~l 126'was htroduced by Neal Hannon and secondad by nik. Claffey. Neal moved to table the bill to the Finance Camnittee ad Ed Balaban ed it. It was carried. weBill 127 was intmduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Neal Hanno?i, Mtsr muoh debate and discussion, Ann Kronenbitter moved to allot@ the Club '1 8925.00. Tim OtShaughnessy seconded it. After further debate and diacussio~~ +Neal Hannon offered a friendly amendmant to allote the full 8980.00 for '1. reiferees. Ann Kmnenbitter accepted the amendment and maif mallad the ?question on the bill. With further discussion, Don Beaumont mraved to cut t';)tihrr referees, and the jersey8 from the bill. Receiving no second on the motion, Ted Klein then moved the question and Carol Thomas seconded it. 7 The bill was passed with 16 in favor, 3 abstentions, and 3 oppoud. 'Bill 130 was introduced by Esal Hannon and seconded by Eileen McCarthy. Heal Hannon moved to table it to the Finance Committee and Rick Handley p hmconded the motion. The motion was withdrawn and Rick Handley moved to *\ d.lete money for cookies from the bill. After further debate, Ted Klein ca Lzc '"ktha question and the Bill was carried with 17 in favor and 3 abstentions. 1 131, was introduced by Neal Hannon and seconded by Eileen Mecarthy. Wok Handley.moved to allote money only for 5 persons and also to split the 1 into two parts. Neal Hannon moved to table the conference and Tad Klei":: Preaonded it. Mith further discussion, Ted Klein moved to table t&e bill tlo the Finance Committee and to allote the #10.00 from the Senate Fund for the fimt speaker. Th Burton seconded the motion. The Chair called the stion on the motion and the it was carried. '"'tlill 132 was introduced by Neal Hannon and seconded by Eileen McCarhty. eal Hannon moved to table it to the Finance Committee and Rick Handley sec .. &. t. It was -1pcied. : Bill 133 was introduced by Neal Hannon and seconded by Rick Handley. Debbi roka moved to table it to the Fiannce Conunittee and Neal Hannnn seconded it. It wa8 carried. $Bill 134 was introduced by Neal Hannon and seconded by Ted Klein. Rich Handlay moved to table it to the Fianma Committee and Ted Klein seconded it. It was carried. Bill 135 was introduced by Don Beaumont and seconded by Ted Klein. Don Bee ~r ed to table it for one week and Rick Handley seconded it. It was carnie ill136 was introduced by Don Beaumont and seconded by Neal Hannon. Aftel debate over the bill the Chair called the question and the bill was ed with 13 in favor, 3 opposed and 4 abstentions. ik Handley moved to adjourn and Neal Hannon seconded it. The meeting dad at 7: 30 pH. Respectfully Submitted, wHolly Harkins

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h S t&en t asoriation R State University at Oswego 'sen8 t e 7th Legielative Session 2Eth Senate keeting P I Senate Minutes ge Y The meeting wae called to order at 5 :lSpmD h /v Senator8 not present were: &I Belaban (I), 3rd dertle Doell, Hamejs Ercums(l), GloFia ~arcie(l), Eona Gloskin Iiopkinedl~ M Pinf lock( 28). Jobn;Xc~arthy(Q), Chris Holland, bq$ke Sbreder(1 Cerol Thomas(l), harshall Trion fero(2), an d Chris t Yise(3). t d Subetitutes were: fiickey ~c~ue(for ~Uch Doell), and J Ge k:ci&rdle(for Chris Holland ) Correction to the minutes wae made by Don deaumont. Don &aumonlt,on pc ge 4 of the roll c~ll vote, ehould hkve been down for a no on dill 126. Debbie Soroka moved to approve the minutes an~d Ed hageirk eeaonded it, It wzs carried, Rick Handley moved that p~rts 7 & 8 be after 4 with due coneideration..to senators who had to leave early Tam durton seconded it, It was carried, Like Claffey moved to add s bill to the agenda, Ed ELaedsIsk seconded it, It was not ccrrled, k revote wae taken and it was carried, Debbie Soroka moved to acoep-; the agenda t nd Rick Hmdley seconded it, It was carried by the Sena~e, ere was nonee Denlee Hart esked the Senators to th1ni.k about the posaibilitg of ellotin g S50,I)O to the Hare Krishna group for a org~nic feast in the Union, after some discuseion, the senators decided to bold beck any ection. until they had more information, Procedural all6 Cld main: eas Bill 120, was seconded by Ann Kronenbitter, There was not 2/3rile of tbe senators present to pass the bill. After some discuseion, Ani~ Kronenbitter moved to table it end Ed Kagdsiak seconded it, Zt rae 11 129, was seconded by knn~Xronenbitter an d introduced by the ocedures Committeeo After some discueion, Debbie Soroka moved to ble it to Procedure8 so that they could eheck with Personal Policy owcil of PA. JohnrNeveu eecon~ ded it and it WF~ carriedo 11 128 W&e seconded by John:. HeveuTom durtoni moved to amen d it lude S~tionr be Rick Handley moved Bhe oueationr and Sue Tyler ed it, It wce not c~rried. Afttr same di8cussioni Ann Kronsn r moved to chen ge it to P resolutions Dont dearnoat seconded It was not carried, The Chair called the question) annd the bilk

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wae passed with 18 in favor, 1 opposed, and 2 ~bstentione, New ihsiness Re8, 9, we6 introduced by the Frocedures Committee, Mck H~ndley seconded it, i ike Claffey rmended it to Senate Secretaryu Don deau am moved to &mend &t to in: clude n'Jalidation shell be defined as validfitLon of in troductee of thft bill or resolutionh It was accepted, me Chc ir called the ~ueetion~ and the iiesolution,was defeated with 13 opposed, 5 abetentione, snd 2 in favor, Old lrusiness MI1 131 wee seconded by Rick H~ndlep. hike Glaffey moved to amend it to allote $216,50, AnnrKronenbittsr eecon ded it end it was c~rried, Hick Hsndley called the question~~nl~the bill and it was paesed with 17 in fsvor ~.nd 1 abstention: l!he Finance Committee read their minutes, Debbie Soroka moved ta accept the minutes on:d Ted Xlein. seconded it, It ra8 carriedd Don! %arrmont withdrew dill 135. New Bueiness 3111e137 was In1 troduced by the Einance Committee am d Bebbie Soroka seoonded ito ,.fter eome discussion; Tim OVShaughnessy moved to allote $401,00 and zed Eilein seconded it, The Chair called bhe question1 on tbr emendmeat and it was carried. The Chair called be uuestion on: the bill en d it was c~rried with 19 in~favor an~d on, e abstention; Bill 138 was intrdduced by N fke Claffey t n~ d seconded by uebbie Sorak~ biter some discussion^ gfite Clcffey withdrew the bill, Yeculty i.ssembly tieport Chris Pelky st& ted bhat reciprocity between Procedures and Personal Policy Councils wa8 sent back to committee. Reciprocity between. Bubget en d Finance was deleted, Chris Pelky esked the senators for the nmm of the peopse who would be on FA counoile before April 10, FA has movl) to ask the President to make a decieion:!on~ graduationL Council andd Committee Reports 'ban &eumont ateted tbLt Ann.Xromnbitter would be the representative on FA Summer Sessions Linda Bogden stated that a meeting would be taking plece efter vacatioa conaerninrlg e new grading system, Anyon) e in tereeted ehould see her* Neal Htnnon announced that the ); ueic Depertment would be having a rec,uirement for gradu~tioni etarting next year, !Phis would be perticlprrb;9 in one of the orgsniaationa in: the Department, Linda Bogden stated that Sen1 ior Committee n eeded helpo Anyone inte in coming with her to see DrDunham should give her their name, Tam Burton etated that the Ambulance he8 a new bubble on it, Don Beaumont etated that there would be e folasinger inl the Resteurant on Wednesday. The Kinke wou Id be here kay gth, 1~u8s ~'hrtron e asked hhe 'i'ranspoCtation Committee to look ingo Win

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1 \ 4 up a estimate sheet om~car work, Ted lilein accepted this chhrge, % Ed badziak moved to addourn and Ann~kronenbitter seconded meetin g ended at 7:01 pm, =. 4 Respectfully Submitted, **@ kt@ Ll Holly Harkine it, I'he -.



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April 13, 1972 SENATORS AND ASSOCIATION MEMBERS I have examined the balance sheet of STUDENT ASSOCIATION as of April 13, 1972 and related changes in surplus. This was done in accord with generally accepted accounting standards. This is a preliminary report and should not be construed as accurate for any other purpose than to give the Association an overview of their relative financial condition. Limited testing was done on accounting records and proper authorization for expenditures. This report does not replace or contradict the annual audit or its subsequent reports. It does not deal with the area of fixed assets or depreciation which should be an integral part of the annual audit. This report is intended for the private use of the Association and not for publication.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION INCOME STATEMENT FOR THE PERIOD ENDING APRIL 13, 1972 Revenue : Dues and fees $ 363,376.53 Organization earnings -Schedule A 24,380.21 Retained Earnings 23,634.95 Other Income 2,096.99 Total Revenue $413,488.68 Expenditures: Refunds -Schedule C Program Fund -Schedule D Inter-collegiate Athletics -Program Policy Board -Schedu Government -Schedule B Activities -Schedule G Total Expe Net Income Schedule .le F nditures

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION BALANCE SHEET APRIL 13, 1972 Current Assets: Cash Petty Cash Check Cashing Fund General Reserve Notes Receivable less bad debt reserve total current assets Liabilities and Student Equity: Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable -Schedule H total current liabilities Student ~~uit~: Retained Earnings total student equity

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATEMENT OF RETAINED EARNINGS FOR THE PERIOD ENDING APRIL 13, 1972 Retained earnings, July 1, 1972 less committment to Ontarian and summer session add net income for the period Retained earnings, April 13, 1972

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Blackfriars Cultural Movies Oswegonian Popular Solid State Summer Session SCHEDULE A -ORGANIZATION EARNINGS -Fees. WOCR TOTAL ORGANIZATION EARNINGS

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SCHEDULE B -GOVERNMENT BUDGET Executive President $ 1,500.00 Executive Office Manager 500.00 Executive Public Relations Man. 600.00 Executive Dues Expense Executive Conference Executive Telephone Executive Office Supplies Executive Secretarial Executive Public Relations Executive Executive Expenses SUB-TOTAL (EXECUTIVE) EXPENSE Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Finance Treasurer Summer Assistant Student Help Financial Secretary Payroll Taxes Audit E Accounting Exp. Insurance Bond Special Projects Office Supplies Printing Office Phone SUB-TOTAL (FINANCE) Senate Vice-president Senate Secretary Senate Fund SUB-TOTAL ( SENATE) Judicial Chief Justice Judicial Court Clerk Judicial Travel Judicial Associate Justices SUB-TOTAL (JUDICIAL) Student Teacher Refunds BALANCE

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SCHEDULE B -GOVERNMENT (conttd) BUDGET EXPENSE BALANCE Check Cashing SU B-TOTAL TOTAL GOVERNMENT Withdrawals Student Teacher Hardship TOTAL SCHEDULE C -REFUNDS

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1 SCHEDULE -PROGRAM FUND BUDGET EXPENSE I Program Fund $35,000.00 $24,676.81 Catalina Club Herald Munoz Psychology Club German Club Solid State & Statesingers Judo Club Karate Club Ambulance Day Care Center IA Association Sheldon Forensic Sheldon Forensic Library Lecture Series-Canlos Bill Gaitor Bit 'n Spur Lacross Fall Finance Department Writers Guild Psychology Club Psychology Club Varsity Cheerleaders Orchestra E Chamber Singers Physics Club Lakeshore Amateur Club French Club Draft Committee Freshman Cheerleaders P.Y.E. Student Art League International Student Ass. Geography Club College Band Spanish Club IA Association Black Student Union BALANCE

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SCHEDULE D -PROGRAM FUND (contld) BUDGET EXPENSE BALANCE Orzet Bialy Ski Club Women for a New World Old Bills Russian Club Dialectic Italian Club Chemistry Club Italian Club Chemistry Club Black Student Union Del Sarte Ski Club Science Fiction Play Russian Club Square Dance Club Black Student Union Solid State Lacrosse Writers Guild Rugby Club Sociology-Anthropology Psychology German Club TOTALS

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SCHEDULE E -INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS WV Administration WV Field Hockey WV Tennis (Fall) WV Golf WV Swimming WV Volleyball WV Basketball WV Bowling WV Softball WV Tennis (Spring) WV Tournament Fund SUBTOTAL (WV) Men s Men s Men s Men' s Men s Men s Men's Men's Men' s Men's Men' s Administration Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Hockey Soccer Swimming Tennis Track Wrestling SUBTOTAL (MEN'S) TOTAL (WV E MEN'S) BUDGET EXPENSE BALANCE

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SCHEDULE F -PROGRAM POLICY BOARD Cultural Programming Imprompteau Programming Movies Programming Popular Programming TOTALS BUDGET EXPENSE BALANCE $40,000.00 $39,587.62 $ 412.38 10,500.00 10,473.47 26.53

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SCHEDULE G-AC'TIVITIES MRA First Aid MRA Equipment MRA Officials MRA Trophies and Awards MRA Misc. MRA Handbook MRA Secretary MRA Green Fees MRA Typewriter SUB-TOTAL (MRA) BUDGET EXPENSE WAA Administration 471.00 81.00 WAA Equipment 750.00 252.42 WAA Officials 1,630.00 626.50 WAA Trophies 200.00 150.00 SUB-TOTAL (WAA) $ 3,051.00 $ 1,109.92 Oswegonian Publication 12,550.00 14,928.64 Oswegonian Photography 2,719.00 3,110.76 Oswegonian Office Supplies 670,OO 2,504.82 Oswegonian Selectric Typewriters 1,000.00 0 Oswegonian Telephone 600.00 310.89 Oswegonian Postage 200.00 83.56 Oswegonian Correspondence 150.00 0 Oswegonian Transportation 275.00 770.36 Oswegonian News Services E Dues 795.00 132.32 Oswegonian Conferences 262.00 527.00 Oswegonian Editor 1,500.00 1,350.00 Oswegonian Business Manager 500.00 385.00 Oswegonian sales Commission 598.10 ~swegonian secretary SUB-TOTAL Pendulum Publication Pendulum Photography Pendulum Office Supplies Pendulum Telephone Pendulum Postage BALANCE

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SCHEDULE G -ACTIVITIES (contfd) BUDGET Pendulum Coverage $ 50.00 Pendulum Conferences 350.00 Pendulum Transportation 50.00 Pendulum Editor 890.00 SUB-TOTALS $12,995.00 WOCR Program Dept $ 4,079.00 WOCR Office E Administration 3,775 .OO WOCR Engineering 6,146.00 WOCR salary ~xpense SUB-TOTALS College Band Chamber Singers Choralaires Men's Glee Club College Orchestra Solid State Symphonic Choir SUB-TOTAL MUSIC Blackfriars Hardware $ 150.00 Blackfriars Set E Props 4,000.00 Blackfriars Campus Stage Lighting 2,300 .OO Blackfriars Royalties 600 .OO Blackfriars Receptions 100.00 Blackfriars Subscriptions 100.00 Blackfriars Competition Tour 500.00 Blackfriars Photography E Color 925.00 Blackfriars Publication E Publicity 1,625.00 Blackfriars Costumes E Make-up 2,900 .OO Blackfriars Student Theatre 800.00 SUB-TOTAL BLACKFRIARS $14,000 .OO Recreation Services-Ski Hill $ 2,700.00 Recreation Services-Laker Hall 1,657.60 Recreation Services-Lee Hall 1,554.00 SUB-TOTALS 3 5,911.60 EXPENSE BALANCE

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SCHEDULE G -ACTIVITIES (cont'd) Ontarian Publicity Lecture Series Legal Aid Service Handbook E Publications Summer Session SUB-TOTAL Agency Accounts Hewitt Union Duplicating Record Pusher Service Bureau Xerox Copy Service Ontarian 1972 General Purchasing SUB-TOTAL (AGENCY) TOTAL ACTIVITIES BUDGET EXPENSE BALANCE

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SCHEDULE H-ACCOUNTS PAYABLE Blackfriars Chamber Singers Cultural Executive Finance Impromteau Lecture Series Men's Intercollegiate Athletics Movies Ontarian 1972 Orchestra Pendulum Popular Program Fund Publicity Record Pusher Senate Solid State W.A.A. WOCR Women's Intercollegiate Athletics TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE $18,857.39



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4tudsnt Association University at Oswego **e. &,~islative Session Senttc Meeting April 18, 1972 Senate Minutes meeting was called to order at 5:15 PM. -tors not present were:Ed Balaban, Namejs Ercume, Nona Gloskin(ll?, 'rrl Harmon, Vat HOpkins(2), Ed Kinlock, John McCarthy(G), Cam1 Thcm8, DWid Thoams, Marshall Trionfero, Chris Wiae(S), and Greg Zer~han. titutes were:Richard Rornhack(for Marshall Trionfero), Gloria 6xwenEd Kinlock), and Greg Heimburg(for Ed Balaban. t.jjpda Bogden corrected the minutes on the last page. ".I stpaat vote was *n in support of the Senior Clambake" was added to the page. Th. ma&&! announced that Bill 141 had been vetoed by the President. Klein moved to accept the minutes and Debbie Sorhha seconded it.'It carried. OtShaughnessy moved to add four finance bi188 to the agenda. Ted Wein eeeonded it and it was carried* Rick Handley moved to p3.ace sect501 6 eter section 8. He also moved that Bill 141 be included under. Ola Procedural Business. TEd Klein seconded it and it was carried. l&nda Bcqjden moved to include a bill concerning the Senior Clambake anQTed Lain seconded it. It was carried. Rick Handley moved to approve the agenda and Ann Wonenbitter seconded it. It was carried. Executive Report Borev announced that he had vetoed the Health Bill. He wanted more aof a dkcisive vote instead of the 7-6-5 vote that was taken. IIis veto could be overridden with 2/3rds of the Senate. -. Vice-Presidents Report be ChaZr introduced Gary Stevenson, who read a ~esolutfon condemning the re-escalation of the was and supported the Friday boycott on campus. Ted Klein moved to include the resolution concdemning the war but not support for the boycott. After some discuseion, Gloria Greenfield moved to add the resolhtion in all its parte. Glo~ia Garcia seconded it and it was carried. Ted Klein announced that there wouibd be an important TransporYtation Meeting this Friday at 2:30 PM in rm. 217 HU. lie stated that they had sent out letters to Merchants requesting donations for the bus. The American Legion had donated approximately between $40.00 and 80.00* Treasurer1 s REport There was no report. Faculty Assembly Cam Buehler announced that the Mediation Policy would be coming up a t

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*tho next Senate Meekkng. She asked the Senators to read over the p~liw, She also asked the senators if they wanted another faculty evalutation -is spring. Many suggeations were brought up. One of which war t0 pajr moneong to chair the Evaluation. 31d Business EZZZX-IBills ill 142 was introduced by Mike Claffey and seconded by Don Beaumont. After some discussion, Mike Claffey withdrew the bill. Jill 141 was re-introduced and seconded by Don Beaumont. It concerned the Health Center. After some discussion, Rick Handley moved to tabla it and Mike Claffey seconded it. Arevote was taken and it wea camid with 11 in favor and 10 apposed. hcedural Bills Raw Business Rae. 40 was introduced by Glria Greenfield and seconded by Dennis Ad-. After some discussion, the question was called tnd the resolution wcul defeated with 11 opposed, 10 in favor and 2 abstentions. Binanatal Bills d Business 11 145 was introduced by the Transportation Counb&l and seconded by John Neveu. Rick Handley moved to amend it to include Johnson and not Rigge. Iiike Claffey accepted thie. The Chair called the question and the bill was passed with 58 in favor, 4 Opposed, and i abstention. New Business introduced by the Fiaance Committee and seconded byRick Handley. Tim O'Shaughnessy moved to amend it according to the Finance recommendations. The amendment was to eliminate section A. Don Beaumont moved tbe question on the amendment. It was carried. The Chdb called the question on the bill and it was passed with 21 in favor,l opposed, and 1 abstention. Bill 147 waa introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Hike Shaader. After some discussion, Tim O'Shaughnessy moved to amend it to $352.00 and Debbie Soroka ~warided it. After some discusmion the Chair called the question on the amendment and it was defeated with 12 opposed and 8 in favor. Ann Kronenbitter moved to amend it to allots $432.00 and Debbie Soroka seconded it. The Chair ealled the question on the Amendradt and it mas caaried.. Rich Doell called the uestion on the bill and it was passed with 21 in favor and 2 abstent 4 ons. dill 198 was introduced by the.Finance Committee and seconded by Mike Claffey. Tim 08Shaughnesay moved to amend the bill to allote $200.00 for what ever conderence NYSTS had in mind according to the Finance reccmmendations. Ann Kronenbitter seconded it and it was carried. The Chair ealled the question on the bill. Chris Nolland moved to amend the bill to include money for two telegrams be sent to Sen. Buckley and Javitts about the Res. 40. Rick Handley meoeddedd it. The amendment was defeated. Tom Burotn moved all questions. Ron Beaumont seconded it. Debate was ended. Bill 148 was passed with 14 in favor, 4 opposed, and 4 abstentions. Bill 149 was introduced by the Finance Cormnittee and seconded by Gloria Greenfield. Fiannce Committee recommended that the bill be passed. bn Kronenbitter moved to include that the money would come from Program Fund. It was accepted. Tom Burotn moved that $25.00 be alloted for publicity. It was accepted. The Chair called the question on the bill-

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RllI 150 uue introduoed by the Ftmmoe fhxdttee and seeondl03 by Ttioh Da&llo After eoota ds3a%e, Tim O%haughnoesy me the reoonmmdat;ion from the 8inanae Coxmititee to deny the slu3 any moneyo Riok Headlay asked that the Chair dlsqualif'y hereelf, Denfre Hart ~oad a letter of reaiq&iono In turning over the Chair to Tom &aptom, she arprersal her hope that the &mate and the newly ele?teb officseril wu1d"evaluate themsalves and try ';c Astermine p~iorities as well as the Wure of Rude& Government at SUCO'g. AfCet s 1.ag applause fo;. Denise kt, Gloria G~eexf'ield m~ed nbt: to aooepk the reeigrration, '2 lm OfShaughneaay moved fop a roll sall vobe and akd Claffay seocmded it, Se~m .i 11 favor of the reslgnntion, amen opposed, elm abakentf one, and three refusals To vote o a ~eoognise the res 'gziaM.02~ A*ar some de7ate on Bille 150, Gloria Greenfield moved the r;..sa%lon, and AM Kronsnbittsr seeondd it o T he bill wae defeatad with 12 oppossd, 5 i; favor, and 5 ab&ent;i.m~~

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Student Association State University at @swag0 Senate 7th Legislative Setmion 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at S:05 Pn. Senators not present were: Nona Gloskin(,ll), Pat HOpkins($), Ed Kinlock, John McCarthy(?), Mke Shrader(31, Debbie Soroka, David Thnrm (1) Hamhall Trionfem(1) Suaan Tyler, CMie Wise and Greg Zerrhan. Substitutes were: Louise Riebling(for Susan Tyler), Karen Douglae (for Chria Wise), Judy Jenkins(for Debbie Soroka), Cloria Breenfield(for Ed Kinlock) and Chris Pelky (for Linda Bogden). Nominations were taken to elect a Pme. Pro-Temp. The Chair(the President of SA) moved to oloea mominations, Linda Bogden was chosen unanimously. Ann Kronenbitter moved to accept the minutes and Dede Adamy eecmaded it. It was carried, Cam Buehler moved to include under Procedural Bills the Mediation Policy. Dennis Admy seconded it arpi it was carried. Donnis Adamy moved to include 2 resolutions under Procedural. Ann Kronenbitter, eeconded it and it was carried. Mike Claffey mow to add a bill concerning BSU. Dennis Adamy seconded it and it war carried. Hike Claffey moved to add a bill concerning Senior Week. Don Beaumont eeconded it and it was carried. Ed Balaban moved to accppt the agenda and Dennis Adamy eeconded it. It was carried. Executive Report Ed Borey introduced a reeolution concerning Suny Vending Hadines and their particiapation in the war. Res. 47 was defeated with lB opposed S &n favor, and 1 abstention. Fred Bartla introduced a resolution. After some diecu88%0n on the resolution3 the Chcalled the question. It was paseed unanimously. Vice-Prcseident Report Linda Bogden mad a letter of resignation from Gloria Gat&&a. Ann Kronenbitter moved to accppt the redgnation and Ed Balaban semnded. it. It was ccamried. Treasurer's Report There was no report. Faculty Assembly Report Cam Baehler announced that the Mediation Poliay had pareed in FA. Gue to the rather long agenda she withdrew it from the agenda. 'clrittee and Council Reborts

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. da Bogden announced that on May 9, 1972 mere would be a meeting ice* a new grading system. '3 Faaulty Evaluation needs help. Anyone interested should see Cam Bushlrr. Ed Balaban read a list of the scheduled programs fram the PPB. Poco will be here on May 9th. Selection for a new board would be next week. Anyone interested should apply at the office. Finance Committee read their minutes of the last meeting. Ted Kldn moved to approve the minutee and D.on Beaumont seconded it. It was carried. Procedural Bills Bill 181 concerning the Health Center was brought back on the floor. Dennis Admy seconded it. After some discussion, Ted Klein moved to table it for 1 week and Ann Kranenbitter seconded it. Dennis Adamy called the question on the bill and it was defeated to table it. After soma discussion, Dennis Adq called the question on the bill and it was defeated with 11 opposed, 3 in favor, and 5 abstentiona. New Business Res.41 wae seconded bv Dennis Adamv. After some diacushion and debate Dennis Admoved toadd"~tron~el@~ to ths maolution. -~im 0' Shaughnessy acaepted thie. Dr. Rock suggested that the msolution be changed to "eondemars DT. Rock and Mr. Waesenauer in prohibf6ting Richie Watson from entering the Residence Halls. It was accepted by Tim OtShaughnessy. Tim OtShaughnessy moved the question on the resolution and asked that it be sent to IDC. Res. 41 was paesed with 21 in favor. Jim Hosegrabor said that it would be the first thing on the agenda for the IbC meeting next week. Res. 48 was brought to the floor and seconded by Rich Doell. Vike Claffey called the question on the r&e; and it was passed with 16 in favor and 4 opposed. rred Bartle moved to add a resolution to the agenda and Gloria GasiiQield sraonded it. It wars carried. @loria Grmnfield moved to add a mesol&ion to the agenda and Chris Nolland asoonded it. It was uarrisd. Ree. 43 was introduced by Deania Adamy and seconded by Chria Nolland. After some diecushion, the question was called and the meolution was omied with 12 in favor, Q abstentions, and 3 opposed. Raa. Wt waa introduced by Dennis Adamy and seconded by Ed Baaan* Don Baaumont moved to amend it to state clerurl that the Senate oondamns the action of the Senate in passing the bi 1 1 to abolishe mandatory fees. After soma discussion, it was decided to send the resolution to the baembly. The Chdi culled the question on the resolution and the Rss. wm paesed with 18 in favor and 1 opposed. Rea. 45 was htroduced by Fred Bartle and Seconded by Rich Doell.. Rich -11 moved to amend the resolution to include that the SA does not pay it's 10% excise tax. Fred Bartle acce ted thie. It was decided to ive a copy of the Ma1 to George Joyce. he re.. was pa~~ed with 15 fn favor and 3 abstentions.

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, -31 R.r. 46 was introduced by Bloria Greenfield and 8econded by Dennis Mamy. After same discuseion, Ed Balaban mlled the question on the #re It waa passed with 14 in favor and 2 abetentione. Fhanacial Bills d Business Bill IS1 was introduced and seconded bv Rich Doell. After little di&useion, the Chair called the queatlon on the bill. Ed Balaban seconded it. It was carried with 15 in favor and 2 opposed. New Business 1 152 was introduced bythe Transportation Committee and seconded by Dannis Adamy. After erne discussion fnn Kmnenbitter balled the question Lad the bill was paased with evezlyone in favor. Bill 153 was intraduced by the Fiaance Committee and seconded by Dennis Admy. ';he Chair called the question on the bill and it was passed with 15 in favor 2 abstentions, and 1 oppscmd. Bill 164 was introduced by the Finance Codttee and seconded by Ann Kmnenbitter. Aft& some discusrrion the question wae called. The bill wae passed with 9 in favor, 4 abetantiom, and 4 opposed. Dennis Adany moved to allots necessary funds from the Senate Fund to P ay for postage and telegrams sent out. Chris NolUnd seconded it and t was carried. Dennis Adamy mved to adjourn and Chris Pelky sec~ded it. It was camied unmhously*b he meeting ended at 7 : 45 PM. Respectfully Submitted,



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 4, 1971 Bill #1 Introduced by Chair An Act to amend Bill #74 of the 6th legislative session to provide for the re-balloting in the All-Campus Election. Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The following policy, procedure, and schedule be implemented for the operation and execution of the Student Association All-Campus Election. I. The following sections of Bill #74 shall be deleted: Ia, Ib, Ic, Id, Ig, IIc, IId, IIIa, IVc, IVd, V, VIa, VIIb, VIId 1. 11. The All Campus Election shall be held May 10 and May 11 1971. Section Ie of Bill #74 shall be amended to read: 1. Residence hall desks 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. on Monday, May 10th and from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday, May 11th. 2. Hewitt Union Lobby (same as above) 3. Ontario hall lobby, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. f. Tuesday, May 11, 1971, 5:00 PM 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 immediately upon availability over WOCR and by way of poster in Union lobby, also in the next edition of the Oswegonian. 111. Section Ig shall be amended to read: Thursday, May 13, 1971, 9:00 PM, Senate Meeting to request approval of elections and swearing in of new officers qnd Senate. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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IV. Discrepancies in voting in a particular dormitory will invalidate the votes from that dormitory, but not the entire election. \ V. All names that appeared on the ballot of April 14th and 15th for President, Vice President, Faculty Student Association, and Faculty Assembly shall reappear unless speciafically ordered otherwise by the Student Association Supreme Court. :c. VI. The Senate shall designate an election chariman and an election supervisor for each dormitory complex and for ~r Ontario and Hewitt Union. That person shall be responsible 3 for recruiting poll watchers from the student body. The following stipends shall be paid to these individuals: 6 : > Election Chairman $40.00 Election Supervisor 35.00 Y Poll Watchers 1.00 per hour a. No stipends will be paid in those living centers where I* the voting discrepancies take place, if such discrepancies Wv are proven before the Supreme Court. I !b. Failure of Elsction sppervisors to prevent discrepancies 4. may also be cause for;reduction of stipend. 4 VII. The Election Committde shall consist of the election a;f chairman and the sev& election supervisors. L VIII. The committee is resdonsible for the proper conduct of the elections, the countkg of the ballots, and the publication to the student body 2 hat re-balloting for campus wide election positions sMall take place. Such ~ublication shall be done in thelform of handbills, 8 1/2" x 11" posters located conspicuous1 in all buildings and by announcements on WOCR and WR 0. Handbills and posters must be distributed by noon bn Wednesday April 28th. 4 S~~CC~I, w IX. There will be a new lection for senators in 0neida"bdl.l ~d IL-~, at the same time as he reballoting for the all campus ypositions, due to a iscrepancy in the form of the ballot. The same rules will pply as for the all-campus re-balloting and shall be the res onsibility of the election supervisor from that dormitory com i lex. X. For the purpose of is bill, the dormitory complex shall be defined as: C L f? il r a. Lonis-Moreland e. Seneca E Cayuga i b. Johnson E Riggs d. Hart E Funnelle c. Scales E Waterbury f. Onondaga E Oneida

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XI. Ballot boxes will be sealed during the balloting, and will be returkd to the Student Associaiton office by the election supervisors at the end of balloting each day. The ballot boxes will remain sealed and will be picked UD by the election supervisors prior to the opening of the polls on Tuesday, May llth, 1971. h XII. Those elected as a'result of this reballoting shall assume : J office and be sworn in upon the approval of the election :r' by the Student Senare. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY \

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'4 *\: STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College @ Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 13, 1971 Bill #2 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Men's Intercollegiate Athletics Program be granted $68,658.00 for the 1971-72 fiscal year, and the Women!s Varsity Sports Organization be alloted $9,871.75 for the 1971-72 fiscal year as per the attached breakdown by category. 9 PASSED RM. 218 HEWITT UMON PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Athletics A. Men's Intercollegiate 1. Administration 2. Baseball 3. Basketball Gross Country Golf Hockey Soccer Swimming Tennis Track Wrestling TOTAL B. Women's Intercollegiate 1. Administration Field Hockey Tennis (Fall) Golf Swimming Volleyball Basketball Bowling Softball 10. Tennis (Spring) 11. Tournament Fund TOTAL REQUESTED $20,640.00 9,790.00 8,155.00 1,237 .OO l;,775.OO 12,265.00 REQUESTED $4,917.00 856.00 440.00 440 .OO RECOMMENDED RECOMMENDED $3,862.00 856.00 265.00

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, '*. > 4 a. .-* STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE ", T STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 13, 1971 Bill #3 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 shall be $336,726.51 and that the Student Fee shall be $30.00 per semester for all full-time undergraduate students. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PUONE (315) 341-3602

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ACCOUNT Intermurals MRA WAA Media (Communications) Oswegonian Pendulum WOCR Music* Chamber Singers Choralaires College Band Men's Glee Club Orchestra Solid State Symphonic Choir Theatre Black Friars STUDENT ASSOCIATION 1971-197 2 BUDGET REOUEST REQUESTED RECOMMENDED NOTE

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ACCOUNT Operations E Services Program Policy Board Check Cashing Lecture Series Recreation Services Bandbbok E Publications REQUESTED 80 ,500.00 4,358.15 7,000.00 13,034.50 Student Teacher Refunds 323.75 Sub-total $106216.40 Administration --Executive 19,028 .OO Finance 18,806.88 Senate 11,647. 50 Judicary 1,650.00 RECOMMENDED Sub-total 51,132.38 Program Fund Publicity Account

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\Z '. STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 n! Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Heeting Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of iJew York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: R, David Field be alloted $802.20 for the purpose of a spring social in Hewitt Union on Friday, i4ay 21, from 1:03 to 5:09 ptme This money shall be applied to the following ? items: beer, jO half-kegs, $434.50; soda, 30 cases, $08.50; cups, b,000, $90.00; band, $150,00; props and prizes, $45.00; and labor, $74,20, PASSED 18-2 C: RM. 218 HEWlTl 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 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Bill 5 Introduced by Rick Hadley Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The following guidelines shall be used to disperse and control tbe Program Fund: This fund shall be an account of the Senate to be used for special programming during the academic year. Each request shall be in writing, and shall include the following: a1 Type of event, b) Name of group, exhibit, etc. C) Cost of event including fee, set-up, publicity d) Proposed place of showing, el Proposed date and tiem, f) Group responsible. The group or committee may request from the treasurer an accuracy check on the proposed cost. All reques$s shall be directed to the Senate Finance Committee via the Treasurer's Office. All requests shall be presented to the Senate by the Committee for its decision (except in those cases where the allotment would be $300 or less, in such case the Senate Fihance Committee shall have the power to approve or deriy this request.) $20,000.00 shall be the maximum expenditure or Program Fund during the Fall semester. RM. 218 HLWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 941-3602

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7. The Committee shall recommend to the Senate passage or defeat of an entire or change in specific areas. 8. If passed, the Student Association treasurer shall be instructed to establish an account for that project. 9. Money remaining or profits made from this program shall be returned to the Program Fund. 10. This Fund may be used to sponsor any program or any activity that the Senate feels would be of interest to the student body. 11. Requests should be submitted at least three weeks prior' to the date on which knowledge of acceptance or denial is needed. 12. Depending upon the program or activity there should be a reasonable period of time for expenditures. When possible a definite period should be affixed to the bill. 13. Any invoices or charges received without prior ap~roval or in excess of the budget allotment, or after the period of time affixed by the Senate will be the liability of the organization. 14. Where the Senate Finance Committee deems it worthwhile then an evaluation of the program or activity shall be conducted by the Committee or requested from the organization. 15. Misrepresentation and/or misuse of funds will be cause for immediate withdrawal of funds by the Senate Finance Committee.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 1 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 13, 1971 Bill #6 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 following be paid to the members of the Supreme Court for the year 1970-71: $400 $200 for each of the Two Associate Justices (Gary Gardner and Kay Guinane) $200 $100 for two Associate Justices (Dick Forster and Dave Hults) TOTAL $600.00 PASSED UNANIMOUSLY RM. 218 HLWITT UNtON PHONE (31 SJ 341-3602

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Rationale for $200 compensation for Kay Guinane for being on Supreme Court 1970-71. 1. As a result of Court functions, I have missed work at the YMCA, total cost $50.00 2. As a result of the number of hours necessary to do Court work, I had to give up another part-time job (Avon) in December which cut off income of $200 ($10 per week for 5 months.) 3. Although I have dining hall meals,.I have had to buy meals as a result of Court functions. Total cost $10. TOTAL COST FOR BEING ON COURT -$260.00 Since other officers of the Student Assoication receive compensation for the time they put in, as well as the expenses incurred, it seems only fair that the Court get equal consideration. Certainly, the Senate could not expect some officers to receive money for their services, while others lose money as a result. Next year the Supreme Court Justices will receive $200 for their services. It seems only fa-r that since being on the Court has cost me $260 this year, that I receive $200 compensation.

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-' 't, STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 13, 1971 Bill #7 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 following policy, procedure and schedule be implemented for the operation and execution of the Student Association all-campus referendum. I. Schedule a. May 17 and 18th, the referendum will be held in the following places: 1. All Dining Halls from 11: 00 to 1:00 PM. and from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M. Cooper Littlepage Pathfinder Lakes ide Mackin 2. Hewitt Union Lobby (counter area) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. b. May 18,1971, 7:00 P.M. until finished counting of ballots in Hewitt Union. Results will be announced immediately upon availability over WOCR and by way of poster in Union lobby, also in the next edition of the Oswegonian. 11. Communications a. Senators will announce policy, procedure and schedule in their respective living areas. b. WOCR public service announcements, c. Newspaper 1. One full-page of advertisement in the Oswegonian. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3802

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11. 111. IV. V '. Communications (Cont'd) d. Two sets of posters, to be placed in all dining halls and Hewitt Union. e. Flyers in all living areas and academic buildings. Method of Control a. On campus residents will vote in the dining hall in which they are'assigned. Student Association I.D.'s will be X'ed on Front Side and a student's name will be checked off a master occupancy list as certified by individual dorm directors. b. Off campus residents will vote in Hewitt Union lobby. Student Association I.D.'s will be checked and a list of those who reside off campus will be checked. c. Discrepancies in voting in a particular area will invalidate the votes from that area, but not the entire referendum. The Senate shall designate a Referendum Chairman and a Supervisor for each area and for Hewitt Union. That person shall be responsible for recruiting poll watchers fmm the student body. The following stipends shall be paid to these individuals: Referendum Chairman $50.00 Referendum Supervisors $25.00 Poll Watchers $1.25 per hour Poll Watchers a. No stipends will be paid in those areas where the voting discrepancies take place, if such discrepancies are proven before the Supreme Court. b. Failure of Referendum Supervisors to prevent discrepancies may also be cause for reduction of stipend. The Referendum Committee shall consist of the referendum chairman and the six referendum supervisors. The Committee is responsible for the proper conduct of the counting of the ballots, and the publication to the student body.

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VI. Responsibility The members of the Referendum Committee shall be legally responsible for the proper execution of the foregoing schedule, policy and procedures. The Referendum Committee must rule appropriateness of campaign activities in the polling building commessory with the ~olicies described by the appropriate directors of the polling building. The persons staffing the polling place shall be legally responsible for the proper operation and execution of the balloting themselves during the following period of time : Hewitt Union May 17 and 18, 9:00 AM to 5:00 P.M. Dining Halls May 17 and 18, 11:00 to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 to 7:00 P.M. The Senators and the officers of Student Association shall be responsible for the constitutionalty and appropriateness of the policies, procedures and schedule. VII. The number of full-time undergraduate student enrollment, projected for 1971-72 is 6,648. These figures are from the office of Dr. Burt Sterling. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 May 13, 1971 Bill 18 Introduced by Vicki McLean Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Article I, Section 111, No. 3 of the Student Association Constitution which now reads: "All Senators shall be elected at the time of the AllCampus Election" be changed to read: "One senator per 200 people in a living area shall be elected at the time of the All-Campus election. They shall serve for one year from that time or when elections are validated. One senator per 200 people in a living area shall be elected in November. They shall serve for one year from that time, or when elections are validated. 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 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 20, 1971 Bill 9 Introduced by Tom Burton Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Temporary proxy be given for senatorla1 seats in the follow^ ing manner: 1. Senators relinquishhg their voting and speaking seats shall give written permfssion to their suhstktutes, wG,ch shall be presented thethe Student Association Senate Secretary. 2. The surrender of speaking seats without vote shall be conducted through the existing rules of order. 3. Substitute shall be resident of the same living area as the absent Senator. RM. 218 HEWllT 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 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting Bill 10 Introduced by the Chair May 20, 1971 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Peter K. Zimmerman and Judy Paratore be compensated for the working days they were in office past the constitutional deadline of May 1, 1971. This would amount to $83.95 for Peter Zimrnerman, and $45.00 for Miss Paratore. This is based on: a) 160 working days in the year b) present salary levels c) nine days extended in office RM. 218 HEWTT UNION PHONE (318) 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 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 20, 1971 Bill 11 Introduced by Jill Wallace Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $901.00 be alloted to the Catalina Club from the Program Fund to maintain this club through the 1971-72 academic breakdown is as follows: Item A. Dues Associated Synchronized Swimming for College Women Show a. Costuming (Materials, accessories 100.00 leotards, tights b. Make up 15.00 c. Records 20.00 d. Publicity 10.00 e. Programs E Tickets 100.00 f. Locker Room Sub Total 245.00 2. Show a. Production Equipment 5. Scenery E backdrop 2. Light2ng (installation, operati'on and waterl2ghtsl F 270.00 3. Audio Equi'pment C~ental, technician & tapi'ngl '451 QO Sub Total Total Item B year. The Amount Requestec RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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General Equipment 1. Secretarial $ 5.00 2. Bathing Suits 75.00 3. Bathing Hats 10.00 4. Nose clips 21.00 Sub, Total $111.00 Entire Total $901.00



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate May 20, 1971 Bill 12 Introduced by Paul Lukasiewicz Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1. The College Vice Presidetn for Student Affairs be requested to appoint a committee of nine people. 2. The name of this committee shall be the Who's Who Selection Committee. 3. The Committee shall consist of the following represenhatives: a. 5 students selected at large b. 2 Faculty members one from the Professional Studies Division. c. 1 Administrator non-teaching professional. d. 1 Staff member selected from the classified services 4. This Committee shall select, from those students nominated, the representatives from this college to Who's Who in herican Colleges & Univessities. 5. Once the entire Committee has been appointed, they shall select from their members a chairman and establish such procedures as they will deem necessary to fulfill section4 of the Act. 6. The Committee shall perpetuate itself in the following way: a. Each member shall propose a successor for the following 2 academic year. b. The Committee shall either approve or reject the nominee, c. In tEe event a nominee is rejected the person on the Committee, who ni'm2na.ted the nominee, shall repeat the pro^ cedu~e descr3bed above. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (318) 341-3002

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The Committee shall be appointed in May and begin serving the following September. The term of the members shall be one academic year, except for the initial committee which shall serve two years. No person is elegible to serve on the Committee more than one year in three.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 20, 1971 Bill 13 Introduced by the Chair Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Bciences at Oswego that: The Student Assooiation Program Policy Board be created to administer the Student Association programming fo rthe areas of cultural, popular, and impromptu events. This board shall be advised by a HewittkjUnion staff member and shall be composed of no more than twelve members. Among those members shall be one member of the Senate Finance Committee elected by that body, one member of the Budget Council elected by that body, one Senator elected by that body, and one member of the Executive Staff. Original four members plus the advishr shall appoint remaining members to the board with i Senate approval. This committee shall give a written report to the ,I Senate each week concerning the programming which it is considering and events already programmed. PASSED 20 yes 0 no 1 abstension RM.218 HEW UNION PHONE (311) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 6 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 20, 1971 Bill 14 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: $5,000.00 be allotkd to the Student Association Reserve Account. RM. 218 HtWlm UNION PHONE (315) 341-3002

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session May 20, 1971 Bill 15 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: $2218.00 be re-allotted within the Inter-Collegiate Athletic Budget for the Golf National Championship as detailed below: Transportation Plane fare, round trip $272 x 6 Car .rental fee, 7 days Lodging Contestants wi'll be housed on the Chico State College 'campus at $4.00 per man, 5 players, 7 nlghts One single room for the coach, $5.OQ/ni.ght, 7 nQhts Meals Served on campus, $G.OQ/day/rnan MicellaneousGolf fees, locker room service parking, bridge tolls Total $1632.00 las. aa. 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 College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting Bill #16 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Univensity of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $200.00 be alloted from the Program Fund for the Flying Club, so that one member may participate in the First Annual Interscollegiate Soaring Contest, The money will be used for the following: Sailplane rental per day, $10.00 (ten days) $100.00 Tow fee per day, $7.50 75.00 Additional fees (including entry) 25.00 TOTAL $200.00 PASSED UNANIMOUSLY RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (915) 341-3602 I

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OS!'JEGO, NEW YOGK 13126 September 15, 1971 Bill 17 Be it enacted by the Student P.sswiation Senate cf the State. L'niversity of Mw York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: An Excha~ke Stude~t Eieraldo F!mcloz be allcted $858 from the program fvr,cl for rhc puqxse of corr;.ple'iir,g his cle.gr*ee zt Oswego. Passed i ye

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 StudenJL Associ~tlor~ Stci1,c Uric-ersity College zt Oswego Sellate 7th Legisletive Sessicn 5th Senate Keetirg Bill 8' 1 Be it er:acte~ by the Student Associatio~ Senate of the Stalc Ur:ivcrsi4-y of New York, Cc.11-ege of Arts E Sciences at Cs~cgo that: 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 Senbrte 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting September 15th, 1971 Bill 19 Introduced by 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 Summer session project of the Student Association be increased by $1,057.15. This will be used to pay all debts outstanding from the Summer sessions activity of the Summer of 1971. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART PRKSIDSNT VICE PRKBIDCNT Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7 th Legislative 5th Senate Meeting September 21, 1971 Bill 20 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Any organized club of the ljtate University College at Oswego must submit or re-submit a constitution and a roster of its officers to the SA Supreme Court in order to obtain or maintain a charter with SA. Passed 16 yes 3 no 1 abstentions RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (316) 341-a602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE r OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY PRBSIDKNT DENISE L HART VlCK PRKSlDENT Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 2L, 1971 Be it enacted by the Stwbnt bsoeiation Senate. of %ha State University College of New York, College of Arts & Saicirnce~ a& Oswe& that : ThaU %he Senate e,mtributa the am af $250.00 +a tihe fmiliiae of the dead prisoners of Attica State Prism $or burial pnrpoaei: The money im to come from the Senate Fund. Before any money is given, the name of a relibla person to recdve the money must be approved by thee chair. Defeated 12 na 7i yes 2 abstenaions RM. 218 HEWllT UNlON PHONE (318) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting October 5, 1971 Bill 22 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Any officially recognized body of students representing a .iving center that is holding an officially recognized living enter election, can at the time of that election, hold an election to fill any vacan* senate seat repmesenting that living center. This may be done before Student Associationfs fall referendum and must be done under the supervision of the Senate Election Committee. All other vacant seats shall be filled by election at the time of the S.A. fall referendum and shall also be under the supervision of the Senate Election Committee. The definition and the terms for an2officially recognized body and/or election shall be defined by the Senate Election Committee. Recognition of these bodies and elections shall also be done by the Senate Election Committee. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (318) 341-3602





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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 4 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 a EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART C PRKBIDKNT VICE PRESIDENT Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting Bill 34 Be it enacted by the Student ~ssociation Senate of the State University of New York, College 0f"Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Karate Club be alloted $492.45 from the Program Fund. Instruction: 250.00 Equipment: 217.45 Office Supplies: 25.00 Passed 24 yes 1 abstention T HE KARATE CLUB DOES NOT HAVE A CONSTITUTION WITH SA. REFERRED BACK TO THE TREASURY FOR NOTIFIATlON OF THIS. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (81s) 341-3602

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\ b L t \ '4, STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE I STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 C li EDWARD J. BORLY DENISE L HART PRESIDENT VICE PRL41DCMT Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting C! October 12, 1971 Bill 35 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Judo Club be alloted $375.00 for instmction and office supplies fo the fall semester from the Program Fund.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART PRBBIDENT VICE PRISIDnNT Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting Bill 36 October 12, 1971 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University dif New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Library Lecture Series be alloted a total of $1250.00. This will be to bring Father Groppi to the campus ofi March 16-17, 1972. The money allocated will be taken from the Program Fund. Defeated 13 no 5 abstentions 4 yes RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE ($15) 341-a602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. EOREY PREelDBNT DENISE L HART vtce PR~~IDIWT Student hssociation State University at uswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 9th Senate keeting October 12, 1971 Bill 37 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of $he State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Ad Hoc Ambulance Committee be accorded all the rights and privileges of a permanent Senate committee and be delegated the following resposibility : 1) 'to administer and direct the SA Volunteer hbulance Corps; 2) Fo recommend to the Executive a director for the Corps. 3) To be enpowered to research the feasibility of financing and/or other means of defraying the cost of S.U.C.O. SA Ambulance Service Program. Passed 18 yes 3 abstentions RM. 218 HEWI~ UNION PHONE (ale) 341-aeon

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% &a STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY PRKSIDKNT DENISE L HART VlCl PRKSIDINT Student -4s: oci 1 tion Stat5 Unive~sity nt Gs~-g'o Senete October 19, 1971 Bill 38 Be it enxted by the Student Associztion of the Stste UniversLty of Kew York, C011e~e of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The BitlnlSpur Club be alloted $70.00 for the fall semester, this $70.00 is in the following cztegories: $45.00 Trail rides 25,OO Ilisc S70,OO Total Passed 26 yes RM. 218 HtWlTT 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 7th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting Bill 39 October 25, 1971 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oawego that: The Committee of Responsibility be donated $500.00 from the Program F'und, This money is used to help War Wounded Veterans, Defeated 22 no 2 yes 2 abstentions

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.*: I kr STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE l-7 STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Studegt Association Stzte Univers?ty zt Oswego \. Senate 7th L$gisl.?tSve Sess Lon 'I 11th $enate Keeting L I October 25, 1971 Bill 40 Be it enzcted by the Student Association Senste of the State University of Kew York, College of Arts and Sciences at aswego th5t: The following be included in the All-Campus referendum to be held November 9-10, 1971: 1. a) Change Article I SectLon I1 Clause 3, santence 2 to rsad: "The number of senators shall never exceed sixty-six nor be less thzn thirty-three b) All seats based on living areas to apportioned on the ratio of one seat for apprgximately every 200 students. 2. Faculty r-ssembly be allowed seats in the SA Senete equal in proportion to those of the student members in FA. Passed 23 yes 2 no 1 abstention HEWlTT UNION

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY PRPBIOLNT DENISE L. HART VICS PRSSIDINT Student Association Stzte Univ2rsity at Gswego 7th Legislztivs Session 10th Senats Xeetjng October 19, 1971 Bill 41 Be it enacted by the Student kssociation Semte of the utate University of New York, College of Arts znd Sciences zt 0s~:go that: The fqlloning policy, procedure, and schedule be imple~ented for the operation 2nd execution of the Student kssociation all-canpus ref erendum. I. Schedule a. Nov. 9-10, the referendum will be held in the following places: 1. All dining halls from 11:OO to 1:00 P.lX., zmd from 5:00 to 7:00 P.K. Cooper Littlepage Lakeside Mackin Pathfinder 2. Hewitt Union Lobby -(counte~ area)-from 9: 00-US to 5: 00PM. b. Ballots will be counted beginning at 7:002X on Rov. LO. Results will be announced immediately upon avzikbility over ViOCR and by way of poster in Hewitt Union Lobby, 2lso in the next edition of the Osv~egonian. XI. Co~uni~etion~ a. Sen3tors will announce policy, procedure, 2nd schedule in their repective living areas. b. Public Service announcements on arga radio stations. c One full-page advertisgment in the Osw~g'onian d. Posters in 211 dining halls and Hewitt Union. 111. Rethod of Control a. On campus rcsldents will vote in the dininn hall to which thsy are assignsd. Student Association I .D. Is or a psid receipt with some form of identification will ba chscksd RM. 218 HEWITT UNJON PHONE (315) 34i-a~oz

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 r\ EDWARD J. BOREY PRESIDENT IV. v. VI DENISE L HART wca P~C~IDINT acmist a. msster occupr.ncy list as certified by the dor~ director. b, Off Cz.mpus reident~ ;:lill vote in th? bvltt Union lobby. Student Acsociation 1.D.l~ or a prl.2 receipt with E.X form of .':entific;ztlon nill 3s check?d aganist a list of those ~lio rnside off csmpue. c. 3iscrspaccles in the b~lloting from a p-rticulcr 2rez nill invalidrte the ballots from that area, but n~t the entire ref erendu, The Senste shall designate a Zeferendum Chsirmn end 2 Su~ervisor for each crez and for Hewitt Union. Thzt person shall be responsible for recruiting poll watchers frcm the stusen-t body. Poll !,'?etchers a. No stipends will be paid in thoes arezs whsre th3 belloting discrepmcies take 8;;;;: it such discrepancies are proven before the Supreme b. Failure of Zeferendum Supervisors to prsvent diecr3prmcies may also be cause for reduction of stipends. The Referendum Committee shall consist of the Zeferendwn Chairman and eix referendum supervisors. The Committee is responsible for the proper conduct of the counting of the ballots, md the publication to ths student body. Responsibility a. The nenbers of the 3sferendum Cornittee shall bz le~elly respon~ible for the proper execution of the fors,~oinz schedule, policy and procedurss. The Sefs-rendm Cordittee nust rule apgropris-tsness of carnp~ign 2ctivities in the polling building comensory with the policies described by th?. zppropri:: te directors of the polling bullding. b. The persons staffing the polling pl:.ce shall be lcr-?lly responsible for t.5~ proper op~ratlon and exwution ol' the balloting themselves during the fo1lv::ing period of tix?: IIewitt UnionNov. 9-10. 9:00~~~ to 5:00 I'M. Dining HallsNov. 9-10. 11:OO to 1:00?K, and 5:OOto 7:CO?bf. RM. 218 HlWlTT UNION PHONE (918) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE '& 1) \ s STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 P 1 s f DWARD J. BOREY DENISE L. HART CRKSIOCNT VlCC PRSSIOSNT c. The Senztors and the officers of the Student .I.~,cociat'on shall be res-onsib12 for the constitutionality 2nd appropriataass of the ?olicies, procedures and schedule. Passed 26 yes RM. 218 HCWlTT UNlON PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERS EDWARD J. BOREY PRESIDENT ITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 DENISE I HART Student Associztion Lt.;te University at 0s~::ego Senate 7th Legilative Zession 10th Sane';? I.I~.-.ting October 19, 1971 Bill 42 Be it enactsd by tha Student Association "enate of the State University of Kai-: York, College of Arts and Sciences at Osw2go th2t: $171.00 be tsken from the Senate bd and given to the Rsferendum-Committee, in order to gay the following stipends: Referendum Chairman $25.00 Beferendum Supemis ors 90.00 (6 supervisors at $15.00 ea. ) Poll ',-Jatchers : 56.00 16 hours (Union) S; 1.. 40 hours (dinin 56 hours (total 6l.00/hr. $-TOTAL Passed 25 yes RM. 218 newm u 4 ON PHONE (31s) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BORE Y DE NEE L. HART Student Association Stste University at Oswego Senzts 7th Legislative Session 10th Sena;e bketing Bill 43 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of ths Stste University of 11~~ York, College of Arts 2nd Sciences at Osvego that : The following policy, prodcdure ad schedule be ircplerented for the operation 2nd ex2cution of the Student Associztion frdl elections of senator. I. Schedule A. October 26, 1971, 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 Y.R. petitions be available at SA office room 216 Kewitt Union and dornitory deslcs, B. November 2, 1971, 4:30 P.N. all petitions ~ust be turned in at SA office before that time. C. November 2, 1971, 1:00 P.N. an official slrte of candidates will be posted in lobby of Hewitt Union and at SA office. D. October 19, through 1;Tovember 8, midnight, ~mp~igning may occur. 3. Kovember q-lO;:T97l, elections will be held in the following place at the time indicated: 1. Dining h:>.lls 1lk.F. to 1:00 ?.hi. and 5:00 P.M. to 7.:OO P.M. 2. Hewitt Union Lobby 9:00 A.bi. to 5:00 2.12. F. November 10, 1971, 7:00 P.N. until finizhed counting of ballots in Hewitt Union only complete results will be zni ounced for each position as the counting is finished. 3esults will be announced immediately upon availability over 'h'OCR and by wry of poster in Hewitt Union Lobby. Also in the next edition of the Osweponirn. G. Novemb9r 16, 1971 Senste f,ketin,p request rsp-ov-1 of election. LL. Comiunic2 tSons ---A. Sen:2 tors will anno-mce policy, procedure their respective, ltving arees B. '.'iOC? publiz service announced. C Itewsp.psr 1. :'/?ek of Octobe7 22, eplanatory ~rtibs printed in Oz1v:~goni~n. D. Tvro EC~E of posters, to be placzd in: 1. 2. Resident Halls (by senators) 3. Hewitt Union 4 an6 schedule in All dining halls Ontario Hall RM. 218. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY CIUOIOUNC DENISE L HART VICK CIKSIDKNI IV. V. The senate shC-1 a2prove of elections su3zrvisors for cach polling zree. A. KO stipends ~511 bc pald in those living centors where the voting dazcrepmcFes tske plzce in the jud,yc?~ent of the elsction comxittz?. B. No stipends rill be p?.f:! in additioc.to th2 ones alye%dy made by the 3efcrmdum Cormittee to ths 3.eferendw Cot:nittee for supervisors and chzirnzn. Thc duties of th? elect Lon committee willbe ass-iied by the 3eferendu.m Comit :ee Kethod of Ccntrol A. On caapus residents will vote in their dininc hs--11 in in which they ar2 assigned. Student I .D. or otger 1.3, plus psid receipt will be checked off aganiat a ~zjor occupzncy list as certified by a dorm director. B. Off cLnpus reiaents will vote in Hexitt Union lobby. SA I.D. will be used or paid receipt plus other I.D. 2nd nmes checked off olaster list (Greeks will vote only for Grseks). C. expenditur-s of monies regzrdless of fourc2 xust be registered in writing with the Zlection Cormittee In SA office. D. The person or persons who is in control of thzt election poll, sh:ll remove all candidztes posters, piotures? flyers, etc. by Rov. 9, 1971 at 9:OOA.N within: 1. dining hdls 2. Hewitt Union entire lobby zrea from st:.ir v~est to entr~nce. 3. There will be no loitering of candidates within 50 fest of the polling crea. F. A c .ndidete nLy not work at the polling booths. 2nwner~tion A. Only those senate seats the are vxant shall be filled by election. VI. Petition Procedurs A. Candidates Tor senator must receive 50 si,ynaturea from the constituency. Person may sign more thzn one ?etetion, VII. Bualification A. Yor senators see Article I Section I1 in SA constdtion. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3802

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART CRIOlDINT VIII. Ex~lanation of GfficVICC CRIOIDCNT A. Ssn2tor reprzent2tive slectad by housir,; units co~uter and Greeks to represent students in the policy rckin, branch of Student 3ody. Fassed 24 yes

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART Student AssoclatLon Stzte University at Oswego Senzte 7th Lsglslstive Session 10th 2 m-7. te Lest lag October 19, 1971 Bill 44 Be it enacted by the Student Associ2tion Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : In order to allow imediate implementation of Both Food Service Subboard One md the Etudent Advisory Board for ESA thzt elections for both bo2:-ds be held at the time of the Nov. 9-10 zll c-zmpus referendum. Zlections for FSA Advisory Bozrd be conducted by workers within BSA installation. Passed 19 yes 1 no 2 abs tent ions RM. 218 HEWlm UNION PHONE (311) 341-3602



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L. WART PRlSlDPNT Student -'szocictlon St~te Univcrzi ty 2t Csv/ego Z'enzte 7th Legisl::.tive S2ssion 12th Len; ts I.-e?tin~ 5 Sill 45 Be it enzcted by the Student Association Senate of the Stzte University of Eew York, College of Arts 2nd Sciences at Gswdgo tlEt : 5250.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to David Dellin~er for spenking on Thursday, Octobe Passed 11 yes 6 abstentions RM. 218 UEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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I I *. h 1 -, STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE '? I .n STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 a t EDWARD J. BOREY PENlSE L HART PRESIDENT S tua2.ent Bssoclat-:.cn Stzte University et Gsxego Senste 7th Legislative Eession 12 t:i Senate Is-e s t ins November 2, 1971 Bill 46 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of thz Stzte University of k?ew York, College of Arts and Sciences 2t Oswego thst : The Student Association Senate organize and administer an Academic Lecture Series on cmpus, to create a forum whereby faculty of SUCO can deliver Lsctures on -their respective fields of rese~rch. This will be implemented by the Academic Lecture Committee. Passed 25 yes RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 p6 Student Association State University at Osvego t Senate 2-C 7th Legisktive S2ssion t. C 11th Sencte Keeting October 25, 1971 Bill 47 Be it enacted by the Student dssocizticn Smrte of the State University of New York, College of Arts sad Sciences at Oswego thet: 1.Section No. Ib of the Slection %ill No. 43 be mended to read: November 4, 1971, 4:30 P.N. all completed petitions must be returned to the SA office. 2. Section Ic of the 3lection BillX43 be amended to read: -. November 5, 1971, 1:OOP.K. an officiel slate of candidates will be posted in the lobby of Hewitt Union and at the Sk office, Passed 25 yes RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE

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STUDENT ASSOC l AT STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + ION SENATE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting October 25, 1971 Bill Introduced by Ted Klein: Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All publications funded by the Student Association State University College at Oswego, be required to include a byline on all copies, that the publication is funded by the Student Association. In addition, all posters and publicity advertising Student Association funded events, also include a byline that the event is funded with Student Association money. RM. 216 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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r a STUDENT ASSOC t, STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE I IATION SENATE t Student ksr ocietion ;b St~te university at Oswago & Senate 7th Legislztive Session 11th Senste Leet5ng 6 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 October 25, 1971 Bill 49 Be it enacted by the Student dssociztion Senzte of the State University of Eew York, College of 'rts and Sciences at Gswego that: The Student Associztion Senate, delegste th2 3lection Committee the follming suns of money in order to operate the November 9th and loth, 1971 senztorlal elections: Poll ';;etchers Publi~ ity Total .Passed 18 y.es 4 abstentions 2 no RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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% 4 A STUDENT ASSOCIAT STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 6 ION SENATE Student As:oclation Ltzte University tt Oswego OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Sen.zte 7th Legislative -. Session 11th Zenzte i:-eeting October 25, 1971 Bill 50 Be it enacted by the Student Associ~tion Senate of the S3ate University of New York, Zoll?ge of Arts md Sciences at Osivego th3.t : $50.00 be alloted from the Sen?-te Fund to purchase publicity supplies(poeter boerds, markers, etc.) for the use of all the Senate Committees. Passed 19 yes 6 no RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART Student -:-sz ociction St ;te University at Oswego uenzite 7th Legisl~tive 2ession 12th Smzte 1-seting Xovezber 2? 1971 Bill 51 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of tha State Unive:-sity of Xew York, 'Jollege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego thst: The Student As~ociation Senate direct a representative of the Pnndulura to come before the Senate body at the next Senate me2ting on i$ovezber 9. 1971. RM. 218 HeWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOClATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY PRLs~DENT DENISE L HART VICE PIESIDLNT Student .Jezociatior; Stste University at Orv:~?go Senats 7th L~gisl?five Sesrion 12 th Snnate i-.63+1.k~ November 2, 1971 Sill 52 Be it enacted by the Student Bs~ociation Sen~te of the State University of ITS:: York, College of hrts and Sciences at Oswego that: In order to implement Food Service Sub Board 1 at th2 earl-: iest possible dete that members for this board be el~cted at the ti~~e of the all-czmpus referendum on Novmber 9-10, 1971 Defeated 22 no 2 abstentions \ RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTtVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY PISBIDKNT DENISE L HART VICE PlCSlOLNT Bill 53 Be it enzcted by the Student A~~ociation Senr-te of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Osw~go thst: $201.'.00 be alloted frm both the Senate M-d ad the 3xecutive Fund for the pur2oss of purcheslcg co~ie~ of the birth control handbook. It is the judgment of the Senate tht2.t this is necesssry because adequate and Goper infomaticn on birth co~trol has not b~en made availa f the State University College of Oswego. 2 no 2 abstentions RM. 216 HEWITT UNION PHONE (311) 341-3002

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY PllEBIOENT DENISE L HART VltK P~KS~DKNT Stuhnt .As~oci~.tlm Stzte Universj-ty at Gsx~go S en2te 7th Legiskittve 'Session -. 12th Senr-t~ I ceting Roverxber 2, 1971 Bill 54 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senzte of the Etate University of New York, College of Arts ad Scj-enccc at Cw-GO thet: In order to inclement the Faculty Student Aszociation Student Advisory Board at the soonest 9ossible date.; the Sk president is enpowered to ap7oint the fimt bozrd with the Senate's a~3roval. he Board willserve uEtil th mpus 2ections of Fay 1972. 4 no 4 abstentions RM. 218 HEWlm UNION PHONE (31s) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Be it e~slcted by tliz Student As~oci-atlon Senzte of the StTte University of ITew York Ccllege of Arts snd Sc2encee at C:swe,ao thzt : $1,500.00 be alloted fro^ the Program Fund to the Oswego Community Day Czre Center to continue its progran thereby enzbling students from the State University College at Oswego to be involved in significcnt out of cla ience. 1 no RM. 219 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602



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T 4 STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE A P STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 "w EDWARD J. BOREY DENISE L HART VlCl CICSlDlNI PRCmIOCNT Stu6ent 4ssociatLon State University at Oswego Zenzte 7th Legislstive Session 12th Sen~~te be-ting Bill 56 Be it enzcted by the Student Associaticn "enate of the Sta-be University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Cswgo that: $60.00 be alloted fro^ the Program Fund to the fsyckolcgy Club for conferences. $40 .OO N.Z. Conference

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY oeNlse L. HART 1. PltdSlOCNT VlCC CnL(I1DCNT 1 Student Lzeoc? at on Stztc UnLversity ?t @svcL~o Eemte 7th L2gislativ2 Session 12th Senatz :.-erting Bill 57 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 3500.00 b3 alloted from the Program Fund to the Protect Your Snvironment Club in crder to bring Senator Gravel to Oswego(sena-bor from ~laska). Tis is on the conditi~n that Senator Gravel gives a mejor lecture in the 1 abstention

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE ISTATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 \ L EDWARD J. BOREY PRKBID.NT I: Student Assoc Lation Bill 58 DENlSE L HART VIC. PnaslDaNT November 2, 1971 Be it en-cted by the Student Association Senate of thc State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego thyt: $350.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to the Varsity Cheerleaders. Brezkdown as follows : Uniforms $210.00 Publicity 20.00 Ideals 100.00 Flowers 20.00 (Kax ~iel) $350.00 Totel

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Associat:on Stzte University at Osvrego Senate Session DENlSg L HART VIC. P*CSlOLNT L2th ~en~~te I.;e?ting November 2, 1971 Sill 59 Be it enzcted by the Student Association Senate of the S.tate Jniversity of New York, College of Arts 2nd Sciences at Oswego that: Section IIc of Bill #41., regarding the referendum, be chmged to read: IIc Advertisements Tn the Owqqonian. ,W&&IC Pas ,d 25 yes

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Bill 60 Be it enzcted by the Student Associat5on Sqnz+,e of' t?:c St-.-tr? University of Xev York, College of Arts and Sciences zt Cs!;-eryo th2t : The sum of $8.00 be taken from the Senate Fund and !2lvcn to the Election Committee to pay poll watchers, while holding n sonatorid election in Cnaida Hall on November 9-10, 1971. Pollwatcher

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Student Asroclation 2 tritn Unlivereity :t Cz:;/?go S-n. ts 7th Lngielativc Sesrion 12th Swats i.~st;Lng lJove;!~ber 2, 15171 Be it enacted by the Student Aseociation Senzte of tl;. -"' .:: tc University of Rw York. College of Arts ad Sciences zt Csn~[ro that : $440.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to the O~we~o Are2 Draft Conmittee. Counselor training $150.00 Literature Telephone Selective Service Law Reporter 40,OO Office Supplies 30 .OO Postage 20,OO Total $440.00 4 abstentions

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Student Azcoclat!on Stzte University at Osvfego Sen :te 7th Legislztive Sesrion 12th S?n.te ;..e:ting Bill 62 Be it en..cted by the Student As2ociation Senate 0: t:. t: university of Ketw York, College of Arts and Scienccs 2.i :: .,--r. that: $700.00 be 2.lloted to the College Ban2 to tcke a ';CUI0:; November 11th =d 12th. November 11Koming concert at New York 1.511s :-I: rh pol -. Afternoon concert at Kew York 1211s ;;s-1: :.c:.;ool November 12Earning concert at Sherburne Centxl ?c;:ool. AfteLrnoon ccncert ::t Ecrkirner Hi,.;h Zct.001 Passed 15 y5z 7 zbstentions 2 no

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Student Assoc'at : on St-te Univcr~ity zt Gsw~go S?n:te 7th Legizletlvn 5es~;on 12th Sen,te i'_?eting November 2, 1971 Be it enscted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Ne-;v York, Colleg2 of Arts 2nd Sciences at Oswego thzt ; $1,060.00 be alloted from the Program Fund to Sheldon Forensic to support their club for this year. A. Item-Supplies and Dues $300 -00 B Albcny larliznent~ry Confnrence 360 .OO C E. Stroudsburgh Forensic Tourn360 .OO went D Campus Lhrents 40 0% otal $1060.00 1 no 1 abstention

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k Student Associstion Ltate Univer2i.t~ =t Gswego Senzte 7th Legisl~tlve Sesr ion P 12th Senate l:eetinc Eill 64 Rovenber 2, 1971 Be it en~.cted by the Student kssoci2ticn Sen-te of the Statc University of New York, College of Arts and Scimces at Osv~ego thzt: To amend Ell ;;!3l, The Senate extends the due date on the Procedures, due from the Senate Procedures Comi ttee to three additional weeks.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Associat :.on Et-te Univerz~ity zt usn?go sen?%> 7th L~gi~lztivs Ssssion Bill 65 --Bn it enacted by the Student Association Senate of th~ State University of ?<.?I:! York, Collsge of Arts md Sciences at Osweso that: The Laksshor? Amateur kdio Zlub be alloted $239.00 from the Program Fund. Office Sup Telephon? Nisc Squipment Field Trlp plies 35.00 39 "0 s~kzj" II.-~~ a,9 Passed ft&y@ 5 abstentions RM. 216 HEWllT UNION PHONES (313) 341-3002



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Aseociat5.on .StzAce Univzrsitg at Oswego Be it enccted by the Student Associaticn S-nate of ths State University of E93 York, Collese of Arts and Scienc,es at Oswzgo thzt: 1) Sherees t3e Snn.:te h~.s pz~sed bills thzt hzve been unconetitutional. \ ~Yhsreas bills hzv2 baen prssed by+the Senate only to be vetoed due to lcck of reeearch. 3) ?/hereae a Senctorl s c on~titu9ncy he5 little opportunity in exprcesing his forlings until after the bill has pazsed and bec orno 1r.w. Th2ref ore : That a one-*:!-~k tsble be ixposed on all bills and resoluticns. Bills ad resolutions aould ba introduce2 ?-nd tzbled undsr new business; then thn VD~S :*iould be talcen at the following meeting under old business. Tabled to the Senate Procedure Confinittee.

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Be it enscted by the Student Association Sanzte of the State University of Kev York, college of Arts and Sciences at Osl::ego 1) Bhereas the Senste has pzssed bills thet hnve be3n unconstitutional. 2) 'ilhereas bills have been passed by the Senate only to be vetoed due to l~ck of research. 3) Yherezs s Sem,tbrt s constituency has lit5le oplsortunity in expre~sing his feellngs until after the bill has passed and betzone law. Theref ore: That a one-week tzble be imposed on all bills and resolutions. Bills and resolutions would be introduced end tebled under new businees ; thm the vote mculd be tsken a< ths following neeting -r under old businses. ~f emergency arises, this will be waived with 2/3rds ap2rovzl vote from the Ssnate..

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iu k i: STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE OSWEGO, NEW YORK Be It enected by the Student Association Senate of the State Ufliversity of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences 2'; Oswego th2.t: \ $5,000.00 be trznsferred from the 3eserve Account into the Program Fund.

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Ngvorber 9, 1971 Bill 69 Be it enactA;ed by the Student Associ~tion Sznate::b'f the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $203.00 be allotsd from the Program Fund to the Freshnan

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Li. 7k h STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE I(" /P STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK Student Association /@ State Univ2rsity at Gswego . A&: S enat e 7th Legisl~tFve &ssion 13th Sen? te b-zzting November Bill 74 Be it enscted by t3e Student Association Benr~te of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences ~t Oswego that: $80.00 be alloted to the Internztional Student Association from the Program Fund. $50.00 Speakers 30 .OO Comuunications & Stationary

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% F + STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE lK STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126



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Stud at Aasoeiation State bivereity at Oewego Senate 7th Legislative Seaelon 15th Sena4;e Meeting B-ambew *9# *w* Bill 80 Be it enacted by the Student &roolatias Sowto 91 University of Wen York, College of &!to and Sol.boem at that: $75730 be alloted from the RoPud to Studetntfs Art League, Oueet Lecturer $1 25 -00 =bition Hoom Opeming of the Gallery Wedla Sample8 (for epeakwr) lZi. 50

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30 it Further ?nc.c-to3 th..t; tho l!kpzrtront of 2inmcz ~xrl Ac.u.vt,~: opcrktc unbr the c~ll~!:im~ 2u: dclino~ : Thc chiof f inm:izl oxmutive\of th2 Studont ;or ociatim ~hll Imm rtr, Dhxctor 0.: linmcb.. IIo ~wl b~ ap-~ointed by trhc .. rwidcnt nith Tlic rc!cpoaclbili-tics of hic offic~ nill. fncl do dl thogo as previously ou-1;lFnod in Bill ,:j3 and BUCCCQ~~~ l~~Isl~-,ti~n~ Director of

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+4 \ Wudent Aaeooiation 7 #tee WIiveraity at Oewego Senate 7th Legislative Session 9 5th Senate Yeeting Blll 82 Be it enacted by the Starat Aamoehtl~ 8aamte Q? the State University of New Pork, ~ollego of &tm rab4 8aimoer at Olrwego that : Blll 5 be mended in the followiag rlothqp 1) Seation 11 four weeks be trtxbrfitwtd in the plrrae of throe weeks, 2) Section 14 !the Senate Binrrroe Camittee ahall teqtrire an waluation of a gratrr or rrr activity bj the reeponsible or clfdiarr foe that wentm !Phi6 evaluation s h;f"' 1 be prrrsntod to tho Pinuma Gemnuittee within two 8- of the and of that event. Paseed 20yes 3 abstentions

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STudent Auaodation State Univawity st Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting -+ .. i8, 1Wl Bill 83 Be it enacted by the Student &-tiOf & ~t.t.~ Univereity of New Yoqk, College of IIIrCI md ma at Omthat : Relrolution 14 be rerrcindd,Md that Bill 89 rhall replace it. Be it enacted by t3ie $todent &8oofaHm 8 e of the STatar ~nivaareity of HEW York, College of Artr md 8&8nee8 at Orwego that tt A pepanent Qewta p-3tt.sq~ ahaU b8 eetabliahed obneistina of three senators to develope Me fm IYh. dntananae and order of the Sanate, within the Semata a9r-. QeguPral Pasegd 19 yes 3 abstentions

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Sill 8+ BQ it oncctod by tho Z-bdont Association Lan..to of thc Stcte Univoraf ty 03 Ecn Yorlr, 30Uage of Arts wd SO~Q~CQE at 0emgo th3.t: ?he Dimctor of 3inanoa for t?o Ctudont Association, Stcto Uniwrcity eollogo st Os~mgo, be rcinbtamod for cerdcos rondsrod durirq tho J'lccal Yoar onGic~f in July 1972, at tho rate of $5000.00 yo~~lg. !&is -to fa al?riv~d st in cormi8omtfon of tho conpounclcd dutioa 02 tho obsoloto potlitLono of Trccsuror and Aooistz~t Tm~s~or vocteil in one indPvidual-Tho J)fr~~tor of M~MOOmd ih consiitcrafiion of tho irzomasod vrork load that nil1 bo incurr3d during tho trculctztory aL::.m of th12 Troc3su~y &pt, rwmsiw, The szlary 2-E conditiond mcl contin~oat on tho irxmdlato omplLzxxrbtion 02 a vicoroua t=ioing pro.pm that .:;ill inouro tho stcff'inc of the Trsamry D~pt. on a long tam bcais. Ba it f'urthas enacted that 5800.00 b9 trans farrod fxor the oupluc in Jo11uca-y 1972 to tho adcry of the Treasurer ii: tfio 1971-72 bud@ ic orilor to bring th0 salzt-y of thc IWv Dirootor of Zinmco todm dloted cm of ';;5000.00, crzlary rate shcll ba in offoct for the fiocd ymr onding July 1972 only. It -11 bc subjoct to r3oiom ard reomsi6~r=',tion 3urtho gropcrction of the 1972-73 33ud~;ot. Shauld tho Diroctor of PLnmco for SA, Stat0 Univcxcity Colloge at Ocwe~o, bo ap:>ointsd prior to Cci7t. 15, 1971, ho owould bc alCQE rondcrod until July 1972. 4 bbatentioar 4 no'

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Sontta 7th.La&112tivo Sos~ion 17th Sonato I.:coting 'I. Sill 85 Z h& 90 it anczctod by tho Studat ibcocioticm Soncto of tho ftrto UnPvorraity of 1:m York, t'ollcp of Arto ad Sckoncoa :-..t Ocnogo tPl2t:

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Ztatc Univxcity r:t Cr:;'o:;o Sontc 7th hflcletivc Soocion 18th Son -to ::ooting C be Dill 06 ich ? k jjo it ancat08 by tho Studont Iloroc:.c~t;lcm Sonrtf3 of tho Ct,c.to University at 17017 Yor::, Collam of :?tc and Ecionco. :t Oomgo that r .,:390.00 bo dlctoQ to 310 Itrlim Slub froc tho rrob/3mm L~UZIB,

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Bill 87 Be it enac2ed by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $900.00 be alloted to the Ski Club Prom the Program Fund. $900.00 Labrador Passed 16 Yes 6 We Abstentions 2 No

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S tv.2ont Aa~ooi~tLon Stato Univmity al; Ocwgo Januc-yr 4, 1972 Bill 38 od From tho Soncto hnd to tho Health Contor to it8 loan pro-, for tho purposo of nodloonos,



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Student Associat im 8tato Univor~ity ct Csnego Senate 7th L@olativc Looclcm 20th Sonata Ko:ting $100.00 be Uotod frox tho Somto ad to %upua Soourity so thot Soourity ccn -!WQ junp cccbloe, akid chains, md old tlroo. Thic o~ulpmnt rhotfid onable Ssourity to halp ctmdod students rad cia in co cmooth opcrattnz of cncn ronovd.

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Thc con;littoo akU: 9, Invcsti~-~to tho gosslbilfit~ or" into:-por~,tinc 211 domitory buSCing~ md oollo~e lmd oxttolde tho C-ty af Oancco cc a villic~o mdcr tho lxi~c of I;c::l York E tcto. 2. Swoot tlo ~othod c.i' cnzctr.ent of L9a ~ncorpor~,tton in 1 cbovc,

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t, .l;cto LnLvorz ity :.t Crix,;.,L cnr,f;o 2;ro 3lrcotor of 2ir;z~ccj 02 tb StuZont AcaocP,cl.'cior, of :U3C bc onpovorr?d to initicto md firmlirso t21o nocoaccry sai;spo is. tixxsfo~-ri~g tlla titgo 02 V24 SA ~~II.CL&YCC to SAVAC Iulc. l!rsot%-n 46 to Sc ~zr.rlo uiP;h the cilvisc cor,ccn"_ of tilo C';7nzta kbdkxcc 20c-i-bt0_?~

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Stuilsnt As ociatian State Univerelty at Ocnogo Senrto 7th Lagislativa Soooion 20th Senato Loot-In6: Bill 95 oncctod by tho St.JLiloxt As~~bi~tion Sonato of tho Stotc of i:oc York, -?olle:r~ of Artc ad Eoionoac & Gem50 Po cmna llrticlo I, coctian 11, nunbor 2 to bo ohcg~b fPanr . crQ och elill ct tho ti~o of Bia oleoticn bo .a mar of tbt lfvfslc oontor or 02 or-o 02 thooc livhj eontore frar.. crhLoh ho chdl bo ohmon. I' 20 road ua follwa: ". . ad amh shall at tho tf, o 02 Us olxtisn ba a nabor of that l?.viin@ oontor cad chll roair: c r-oribor of act livir~ contor for I220 ii~r[:.ticn of hic officz,

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th lregislative Seereion 20th Senate Meeting January 11, 1972 Bill 96 Be it enaeted by the Student Association Seaate of the State University of Hew York, College of Arts aw3 Sciences at Oawega that: If an7 senator failer to attend tkee oonaeeatire meetings without #Anding a substittlte: That the Chair be empowered to reque~t that the deliaqnelst senator appear before the Senate to explain abseacee, $heald he decline then the Chair may reqaeat that he suhit his resignation. Upon failure to either appear before the Senate or aubmft his resigmation wfthia a week, the Senate shall p~0ceed with impeachment proeee8ings, The Procedure Cornreittee would be responsible of notification by the Chair for hplementstion of this bill,' Passed 12 yea 10 no 1 absteation

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.Ir ;crz, tl~c b '.udor-t ~sooci::tion xzliax t3 t tfimo -o ctudonta who s,m f'ull-ti:. ~~d~r~~~~to~ rs*oto:"od t t-..lo Inctitutian, thct cro doin2 iniiojsrdort r-t;u=lioo ol"r" thio cxp ~d Vkcroas, atulont toclc210m :et G roAXT"d of their SA fbe for tho tic0 tl~t tky me doiris work off thio ct~tipw, 33 it o~~'.ctiod t.. .t ,,nyo~c vko ic a full-tic9 unbr~r:-duato(t Itinp; at laast 12 cor:estcr ) r 5ctorod ot SUCO, but clom ir_ilo,mdcnt atudfoa tlzt r-fmiro *zr: to be off thio ccmm. bo rcf'unii~d tkt portion of thois EA fzo vt:lic:~ como~ondo to-ti16 tino thoy aro off ccrLm. Off Wis ccpua ch 11 bo iiofi~od cc tho incbility for tho rtudont to p(2jrticipat6 in my ctuLont fo.2 funCoC rzctivity-i72dlo they arc oWjoQ in tho Pulfillncnt of tho roqu.: :monte of thct indo?ondofit E~uQ.

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30 it onr.ctod by 4310 Ltudat kcociation S~nato of tho Stzt9 Univo city & lToa York, Collem of f~rrto and Scioncos at Ocnc,r;.o t:-7.t : A co~nittoc of tlzo abovo or:;rntzatlon bo formod. Tho cormlttc ic to bo c:.lloC thc CUCO VilliwConnittoo. ronborahip of tlm corn-'.ttoc ckll ba trc follows: Tho Chr.irr,^m ohdl be tho Chzim of Intqr Dorm5tory Counoll or hir: ilocfpao. Y Tho Chairma of tho f~bulxmo orxiitto?. Two CA Sonatom (one uomutog, '0110 froc tm campus). Tho ~l'hfh~ ~1 of Ifitor Gr3 3s ouncil or his itosi,gmo Tha rccidant oi' SA or hia do: lgme. One rcpr:x x~t:.tivo iron tho IIr.rt-2uxxm1 :.o i~mpl~x (I~L t bo c Gorm rzsldsnt) One rzproscntcivc of tho ~c~es~~~:torb~~y-21~.aJchnsan Bgmplc (1 .w t bo a dorn PC?: itlant ) 2wo rc roc.cn-t:;9ivoa Ci*clr tilo Concc~-0nand,-,~-i:a.1/u~'tl-Onoida Camplox. 71:ust bo a cicrm pro idont). Ono ~1013bo2 02 t:io Zu2rcrre Court. Invo~tipto the posoibility of incorporrttircg all domit~ry buil iw md oollosc ltnd outside of Ocrra~o rzcl a vill&c~e =d?r tho la178 of Cm York Etzts. Suggest tho i-:ays of r?r=ninin@ s acpmto comnunity tho city of CStvogo, nii%olaf booora E-;pornto vllli~. i?;XG,;eut tho athod of &nactmnt 02 4210 incor~~oration of 1 cbm In~xti~tian 0: ;-;kt beconpwt of tho oi%y of Osnogo would man to t!!o collo~o and tho rocidents on tho collo~o mounds, act mould boooza inco~~orato amon-rxidont riorbam of tho city of Ocnogo.

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Studont A:aoci~tian StstUnivorsity at Gcncgo Bill 99 Uo it onr~ct3d by tlio Stuclont AacooLotion Sonzto of tho State Univorsity of ::a;: York, Collo~n of Arto rail Coisncos at Osnogo that: A corm nil to^ of tho zbovo ~r[~-iecltion bo act~.bll~had. vtho nmo of -2 corm3ttoo to bo tl.1 SWcnt $orvicoe 1nvoctic;cl.tiau bo~~itteo. ::anbornhip in tho com~xLtto'. t;h 11 bo not lam 5 nor core then 9. It m1 inci.uds c.t 10-t throe c~sctors. The ocamittoo 3ld1 bo chzr& eith tlia following: 1. Comploto Fnvocti-tion of tho pollom Etoro. 2. Corrploto invcctig-Alor, of Pood 'Sorvico. 3. Gmeml inmc tizcti on of Xculty Ltudont A: oociation, inoluaira tha fincnci,?l rccord of cme, 4, Conploto a lli t of ccmpmhollr;ivo ad specific rooammonbtions (in tho fom of billa) &o tho Etudont Ilsoooir,tfon Gonzto, lhi~ comittao 3kll bo cnpomrcd to: 1. ;Irm no nom tnm i300.. 0 frox tho Lom.to AU~ to oovor tho coct of thc iavxt lism (tho c:i:.?k-:an of -310 comuitto? zxct nCorn tho E .ncto of rl1 ~ropocod cxl>onditxmo prior to tho cc-1 z!-lolxont of fhn&.) 2. Gubpoona, in the nuam of tho Studont Aa ooiatian Soncto, all porcons, ackbiotrators, f culty, md simlmto to to~tia ad oupgly my Coaconta rolotod to t::o Collage Gtoro, Pood Sorv-ico, ond 2,-.~11ty Ituilont Ilr;cocfc.tlon cmfral. 3 Officiclly, roquoct t!c ctudonta on tlia Bod of Diroctom of Xuulty Ztudent &cocicxticm to t&o ouch ctopo ca t~o eon-ittee iloom noceE;smy to i~plcont tho caxiittca ow~a: time,



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th Lo@~lr-t;iw, Ccsr .ton Eow.to ::oat* -5e amp to bo ollotod undor the follmln& oategorioor

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Eon. .t3 ionc 3s 18 yes 2 abrysctlmo ibility of tIio

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@n:;:o~~~i:~;~ __ :z-:j :ro.ari;_:t,? "650,(3G fol~:: tllzli. C~PC~~:~S?-IIZ inccxze LLIs~~J!,.: 5 :[!~'rt ~?-I.C: sC!CX!~ i-7, Yhe pC.y I'2ab~ hall for the ~~~IOGC o:f '. b? cot 2-t; -tha i:~q~rou'.:? 2.om l; ::.f .:2 ,OU ::.n hour, 2.gq~oxi.: ctely 32 nooks .',?, > of =c:r;yrj-ccn -aor, 57-r _....A ., Y<:.:.-~?:I<-~LC:~ of .khf s 33.>,z~P -;1:?1.l r:>qui.~(? oirly >G5C,.00 of tilo ::1'GC;C:,,@O -:;031. zllot~:cnt, T9i:~s ;;il.i bo a 5 hour-5 k.7 job. 1 24 yes +"' il

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Stucent Association .S tu ts bniversi ty at Lsuego Senate 7th Legislative jeasion 22nd Sena ~e ting robruany 15, 1372 2:ll 103 7 rn troducod by t he Cfiair %A$ Passed 23 yes "" 1 abstention

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Student Associationt State University at Oswego Senate 7th Lmgielative Seesion 22nd Senate Meeting Bill 104 February Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate Univarsity at New York, College of Arts and Sciences that : of the STate at Omwego Bill #42, Section V, which presently readu: Vhiu warning ticket will not be subject to appeal," be amended to mad: "This wming ticket may be eubject to appeal, in accordance with specified Traffia Court procedures concerning tickets subject to fine and theref ore appeal. NOTE: Approved by the Transportation Council; 4-0.

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Student Association State University at Oewago Senate 7th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting Bill 105 Be it enacted by the Student Assodation Sate of the State Univernity of New Yo*, College of Arts and Soiences at Omega that: A aeven man Emargenay Committee shall be eleated at lmge by the Senate. Each msaPib.r must live in the following ma@: 1. one member from Lonis-Homsland. 2. one member fron the Lakeaide Dome. 3. one member fxwn Hart-Punnelle. 4. one member from the Western Dorms(Seneoa, Cayuga, Oneida, and Onondaga). 5. thee inember1 shall be ao~ters(C~utsrrr or, Graeke). The Committee shall determine its chairman. It shall be the responsibility of the ahdnnan to aontaat hie ReUosr oaasmittemen (by phone) ooncedng the question of olosing the college for snow emergenay ~4acrone. It shall also be the responsibility of the Chairman to contaot the President of the College as to its (the committee's) decieion. me committee shall: serve only in an adviaory aapadty. Upon passage of this bill, the Pmsident of the College shall be notified as to the emanittee's status and capasity by the Chairman. This cormnittee shall wsemble no later than heember 1st and ter than April 15 of each academia year. 8 no 9 1 abstention

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.,I* Student Association b State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session '22nd Senate Meeting J Februaq L, Bill 106 * i Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of ARts and Sciences at Oswego C that : L. The Proposal for the Office of Legal Counsel be aucepted and ,'4 that $3000.00 be alloted from the Student -h..~saciatiort Operating Expense Account for salary during Tke rwaaint3e1~ of the 18RP-7 2 fiscal year. If them are not suff5clent funds in the Opemtin~ k Expense Account ,the remainder of the funds .to the iwr, of 8 3OflO, 00 are to came from the Reserve AccomQ. 'W Paseed 21 yes 2 no 1 abstention

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Student Association state University of Bsrego Senate 7th Legislative Sesssion 22nd SEnate meet in^ February 15,. 1972 Bill 107 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State UNive~eity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The following list of Councils be organized, consisting of their respective committee6 : 1. Admisssions Council 2. Library Council 3. Summer Session Council 4, Academic Affairs Council a. Academic ~ff&s be Faculty EvaluCtion c. Academic Lecture Series 5. STudent Affairs Council .. ..,\.a. Studen* Aff aSre . -. be Senior I.. . %. a. Ambulance d. Transportation e. Critical Issues f. Villiage Come g. Snow Emergenay Comm. 6. Procedures Council a. Procedure b, Election C. REferendum d. Committee on Committee e. Bonstitugion f'. Expansion Rational : E. Committees shall retain separate identities, yet committee member6 shall have voting seats in their respective councils. Committee chairman shall be mspnnsible for reporting their progress and developments to the SEnate. 11. A Council Chairman ehall be elected by the committeemen at large. The Council Chairman or his representative shall ait on the reapectiva FA Council and assume his duties described by the SA and FA By-Laws. 111. In recognition of SA and FA reciprocity these councils are formed in o~der to facilitate faculty-student comunications of policdes and attitudes. It is hoped that all Senators will participate in Council activities and will encourage the active participation of non-Senators (Students and Faculty) the same. PAssed 22 yes

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Student Association State University at Oawego Senate 7th Legielaitive Session 22n4 Senate Meeting February 15, 1972 Bill 108 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the STate University of New Ymk, College of ARts and Sciences at Osrego that : The Science Fiction Play "Night Fall" by Issac Asshov be sponsored $665. 00. and funded by the Senate Program Fund in the amount of The Expenditures are itemized below: Seenew . -. Props Costumes Tickets, Posters, Publicity Make-UD script; Color Media Sound The date of performance is May 12, 1972 and May 13, 1972 in the Waterman Theater. Open to the College Community. Chairman of the event is David J. Askew 5924074. Justicfications: Non-musical sciences fiction plays have been rarely.presented anywhere in this country and never on the SUCO campus. There is currently tremendous interest in science fiction. We feel that tlis production would allow students to explore the medium of science fiction theater from all aspects, from the adapting of the book for stage to all production aspects. This play would also allow SWCO stude-s to see a new type of theatrical presentation for a fairly low price. The experimental nature of this production would be ef -b?emendous publicity value to the SUCO Student Association. Passed 21 yes 2 abstentions

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate -7th Legislative Session 22nd SEnate Meeting February 15, 1972 Bill 109 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the Staee University of New York, College of hts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Accounting and Finance Department of the STudent Asaociation be appointed the custodial and disbursing agent for Student Association student activfty fees. Its functions and duties will include and be in accordance with those as stated in SEction 302.14 of Subehapter A of Chapter V of Title 8 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules, and Regulations of the STate of New Yo~k and as outlined in the Fiscal and Accountdng Procedures for Mandatory STudent Activitg Fee Progmms. of FinanceBeorpre P. Joyce Passed 21 yes 1 abstention

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Student Association State University at Oswego Sewte 7th l&$slative Sessi9n 23rd Senate Meeting February 22, 1972 Bill 110 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University at New York, Cbllege of Arts and Sciences at Oswe~o that : Bill 11 be rescinded and that: A Finance Committee be established under the following criteria: I. Powers and Dyties a. To suggest legislation pertaining to revenue bills. b. To deal with, discuss and investigate for the purpose of establishing legislation in all matters of fxnance, allocation and aesesments with which tve Senate is concerned when the Senate shall deem it necessary or *en otherwise provided by statute. 11. Appointments a. Three members from the Senate will be appointed by the Vice-president with the majority approval of the Senate. b. These three senators shall have the power to select the new membera by unanimity. 111. Membership a. At least three members shall be senators, the remainder shall be members of the undergraduate student body (either senatore or non-senators). b. The chairman of this committee shall be a Senator. c. The committee shall have the power to regulate its size and membership, except in the case of those three senators appointed by the Vice-President with the SEnatels approval, as described in Section II,a. d. All members will have equal voting rights, except in the case as described in Section 11, b. Passed 17 yes 1 abstention hot d gned due to absence of President.



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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting February 22, 1972 Bill 111 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the STate University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at oswego that ; The Procedures Committee be changed to the Procedures Council. The function of this council shall be: 1. Set up proceduPes and supemrise all elections. referendums, sconstitutional revisions and expansion of the SA Senate. 2. Shall recommend policies and procedures for interval operation of SA Senate. 3. Shall be responsible for any matter refered to them by the SA Senate. Membership of this council shall be determined in accordance with the February 10, 1969 bill establishing councils in the SA Senate. -a Passed 18 yes 1 no 1i0t signed due to aSsez.ce of President,

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I I?+, Student Associathon m State University at Oswego Senate, \ dr7Th Legislative Session 484 23rd Senate Meeting Bill 112 February 22, 1972 Afb Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State WW University of New York, College of ARts and Sciences at Oswego i kt that : The Italian Club be alloted $625.00 for their film proposal. Passed 8 yes 6 no 5 abstentions

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7 th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting Bill 113 de it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Ski Club be alloted $750.00 for bus transportation to Passed 12 yes 4 no 3 abstentions

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Student Association '~rm State University at Oswego ) penate Ce th Legislative Session &" 26th Senate Meeting February 29, 1972 Ll I Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversiti of New York, College of ARts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 105 be amended to read: This committee shall assemble no later than December 1st and diesol /r no later than ApAl 15 of each acedemic year, and shall be effective immediately for the remainder of the 1971-72 academic year. '' Passed 1 no 3 abstentions

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'* Student ~esociation 4. state Universim at oswego 26th $enate Meeting L: Bill 115 Be it enacted by the Student Aesoication Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oewego that: Bill 107 be amended to include: 5h. Free University Committee i. Student Service Investigation Committee. ntroduced by Mike CAaffey

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{"-P 1 -% Be it enauted by the Student Association Senate of t8a STate University of New York, College of Arts and Sdences at Oswego 'w* that: b u ,4 A temporary entertainment fund(hereby referred to as the fund) be established by the transfer of twenty-five thousand dollars($25,000) from the SUCO Student Aesociation reserve fund for the fiscal year 1971-1972. ~JI The sole use of this fund shall be intented for the purpose t of obhaining a major mck group and/or major musical entertainer to perform as soon as practicle. de it further enacted: That the responsibility of initiation and finalization of terms for this concert shall be delegated to the Frogram Policy Board, who shall be enpowered to utilize all or part of this fund in consideration of the previous paragraph. The Program Policy Board shall be enpowered to assess a fee subjeot to ratificatjon by the Senate. All practical effort shall be made to re-establish the original funds utilized to back this concert. a P 3 L Student Association I State University at Oswego ,wb( Senate ~~ 7th 26tb Legislative Senate Meeting Session *r.14 March 7, 1972 gc Bill 116 ? Defeated 15 no 4 yes % 6 abstentions

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meetinn February 29, 19 Bill 117 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Univemity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Russian Club be alloted 8252.50 from the Propam Fund for the following: I. Movies (L.R., room 104 7:30 PM) "Dimka" arch 21 $57 50 "The Three Sister8 April 11 77.50 "The Inspector General" April 25 32.50 XI. Pysankee Decorating 30.00 111. Easter Dinner Party 50.00 Passed 19 yes 4 110

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting Bill 118 February 29, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Scinees at Oswego that : The Square Dance Club be alloted $300.00 from the Program Fund. These funds will be utilized for square dancing each Wedneaday night(l8 weeks) in the Hewitt Union Ballroom. The cost is $30.00 per night for a "caller" and his equipment (music, amplifiers, etc.) Chairman of the event: Terry McDermott, 341-4360.

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 25th Senate Keeting February 29, 1972 Bill 119 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of ARts and Sciences at Oswega that : The Black Student Union Be allotted $210.00 from the Program Fund for filns as itemized. 1.l'M.L. King: The Man and the March" $50.00 2."Stagolee A Converstion with Bobby Seala" 65.00 3."Angela: Like it is" 65.00 4. Publicity Date of event: April 8th at 7:30 P.M. May 2nd at 8:30 p.m. May 14th at 7:30 P.M. All events will take place in Fo=~l Lounge, Hewitt Union. Chairman of the Event: Elijah Beamon, ONeida Hall 341-2546 Justification: This"Experiencetf would futher communication among all students in that it is deemed toward contemporary issues and persons in seviev who do affect our lives. This is an alternate approach In philosophy as compared to the previous 'lExperiences" (Black Weekl which were dee7 more toward an entertainment type level. We, as students, are focusii upon the inst&tutionalized oppression, and our aim is to deal with thc revolution on an educational level because people are still being defmmed politically by the governnent and the mass media. These datc for the fiduns were not taken at random. Martin Luther ~ing's funeral was held on April 9, 1968 at the Ebenezer Baptiat Church. This is why the film is to be on April 8th. (PPB has a film on the 7th). There was a rally in support of the Black Panthem on May lst, 1970 and the police and National Guard used tear gas to disperse the crowd on New Havents Town Greeno Bobby Seale and others were P:.cing tria9. on murder charges. This is why the second film is to be on May 2nd. On May 14th, 1970 a student at Jackson (1Yiss. >State College and a &OW high school senior, both Black, were killed in a barrage of police gu' fire that riddled a student domitory. This is why the third film is on the 14th. Introduced by Don Beaumont Passed Unanimously

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Std~uer~t Aarsoci 1 tion State Lniversity at Uswego Sena te 7th Legislative %asion. 26th Senate wmting rlarch 7, 1972 bill 120 38 it enacted by the Student Association 3ena te of the State tnive~nsity of Leu York, College of Arts and jcfences at Oawego that:. bill #13 be mmnded to exclude th-sentence ''%or.g thoae raembers ahall be one urember of the Senate rinance CcamSttee, elected by that body, one laember of the budi;et ~ouncil elected by that body, one secator electec; by that body, and one rliember of the Executive Staffn. In its pla shall be substituted t~e following aenterlce "One member of this body shall be a senator electem at larue by that body". lntrdduced by Uon Beaumoht



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Atu~erlt Associstion State Lniversity at Oswego Sena tcB 7th Le@sl tfve session 26 th bnate we ting 122 hrch 7, 1972 Sill he it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the dta te t,niversity of hew York, Gollede of' Arts arid Sciences a t Oswago that: the sun of :550,GO be alloted to tile Oswegonian from the 3erin~3 Jun6, *his money shall be usecl 1 or printinr.; ar.d prociuction costa fc; special approxii.,ately 32 pas0 supplement to-the weekly eciition thaZ ahdl contain tile results of tile i'ac~ltp evaluation aponsored by tha Senate, 'the sunplement will >e pkblished through the cooperation of Oswe onian staff arid tas h aculty Avaluation Comudttee. pull credit ,: both in the ~upp.~enent, Any leftover. monies shall autoul~ticall~ go aacK to trle aenate hund, 'I"ne supplement wbll be inclu : -e in tne re~ulas circulation of' tne Oswegonian and provided ire0 of lo to the college commnity. Passed 18 yes 1 abstention

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Bill Introduced by Transportation Council Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University College of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $685 be allotted from the Senate Fund for the purpose of purchasing a total of seven (7) bike racks for the campus, to be installed by Maintenance in the followinq locations: 1. Sheldon Tabled 2. Snygg 3. Library 4. Lanigan 5. Funnelle 6. Riggs 7. Lee 8 $105 each @ $80 each S6S5.00

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting March 7, 1972 be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Solid State be alloted $1495.00 for a Spring Concert as itemized as follows: Bus $400 .OO Truck and Sound man 50.00 Lodging 575 00 Food 470.00 Total $The tour is scheduled to take place on the 15th, 16th and 17th of March to selected High Schools in the Rochester-Buffalo area under gh Burritt and James Soluri* 5 abstentions

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Student Association State Univessity at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting Bill 125 de it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the STate University of New York, College of Arts and SCiences at Oswego that : Free Speech Movement be alloted 8150.00 for George E. Smith who gave a lecture in HU on February 14th. Funda am to alloted from the Pmgram Fund. Jusfif ication: George E. Smith spent two years as a POW, moving fmm camp to camp in the middle of the jungle. impressed from the beginning by Vietcong military pmficiency, he slowly overcams his Gmen Beret "arrogance" and learned to see the VC as people-warn, just, sincere and highly motivatedd In 1965 he was released in a gesture honorir.: Norman Morrison, the Quaker pacifist who immolated hmself on the steps of the Pentagon. HE was then hekd(kind of illegally) by the United States government in OKinowa and threatened--they did not want his story to get out. George has recently had a book publishc : called POW and is on a speaking tour. George Smith is will qualifi:: to present a realistic plan for inding the war and freeing POW'S. Introduced by Neal Hannon

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting Bill 126 March 14, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of ARts and Sciencea at Bswego that : Bill 121 be amended to mad in SectionXV. d "A student may be placed on the ballot for only one elected office within the SAm. Passed 19 ye8 2 no 1 abstention

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Student Association State University of Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting March 14, 1972 Bill 127 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversity af New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Lacmsse Club be allocated from the Program Fund $107S000 for their activities listed below. Lacrosse balls Ref epees Communications Repair material 6oal let Uniforms TOTAL 3 no 3 abstentions

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stuaen t ~.seocia tion State Univereity at Cuwepo Senate 7th Leelslstive Seaaion ?Eth Senbee it eetinp 3e it en~cted by the Student Xeaocii tion Senate of tbe St~te Univereity of h:ew York, College of hrte an d Science@ r.t Gewepo the t : In that at the present time there ie no set proceduree whereby ell trerbera of the Student Comniuni ty cen hqve effective corraun Ic~.tiona into the policy aak1n.g proceee of the Executive .c;rrnch end In that thie is e~eential for communications between el1 p~rte of the Student '?ody I:e it enacted by the $2. Semte that a council under the : uspibee of Si Executive be composed of the following: 1. The P'reeident of IDC ?, l%e Director of Yinaaoe 7. Zlbe l'reeident FroTmnp of the Si, Senate 4. The rreeident of In)er 3ommunter Council 'me J'resident of Si. -' C 6. 'i'he Vice-Tresident of Sh rcrsed 1F yea 1 no 3 soetem!hion

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I i Student Association k State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting March 14, 1972 -*z Bill 129 E ;V Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: ~ive fn that the Senate and the Faculty Assembly are both legislac' bodies and In that the legislative branch of SA is not represented on Fackaty Assembly at all and In that both the President and Vice-President of SA have seats on the Faculty Assembly Be St enacted by the Student Association Senate that the Vice-Presidentii seat be abolished and that seat be given to a member of the Senate who will be elected by a caucus of the Senate and be responsible for providii. the weekly FA report to the Senate. Tabled

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I Student Association State University of Oswego i Senate 7th Legislative Session q"-. 27th Senate Meeting March 14, 1972 Bill 130 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oewego that: %he Writers Guild be alloted $45.00 for a Poetfy Reading on March 16, 1972 in=the Formal Lounge Hewitt Union. passed 17 yes 3 abstentions

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' dent Association (trtrr University at Oawego x Iknate ,tth Legislative Session ttth Senate Mating 4.P P a. XIaFch 14, 1972 Bill 131 ,* 3 Be it enacted by the Student Assoairtion Senate of the State Univesity of New York, College of APt8 and Soienuaa at O8wego that: V Tha Chemistry Club be alloted $854.00 from the P~08ram Fund for! a conferer:. C whi& is expL.iaed on the attauhed proposal. Alrro be it enautod that 810.f' \h be alloted fthe pboaFund for the meal wpenmm of Dr. Alfrad k = BurgsrJHa11uainrtol.p Dirugan, 8P?l in Room 101 Unygg Hall, Hay ll. r JulrtiQication: P Final two leatums of the year for ChdStTy Club. dasioally general internet talks about -8 for the whole oampue. 1ler President 2, Sue F1.ak.natain 2 Secmtary, Tmaeumr 30 B~uo~ Y~~COX Ye JU Xd~th 6Paul KO* 8. Dr. Raymond T. OtDonnell(adviaor) Expcmses April 9 April 11 1, Raaistration fees for 5 persons 8 84.00 par person 2, AcQOrrmOOdations for 6 emons @ 47.50 per pemon for 3 dayta 3. Food for 6 persons 8 7. 60 per person fm 3 days 47.50 x 6% 3 B Trcursmrtation ore of car 8 $.06/mila for 1400 miles Total cost of Trip

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Studeac ,,s~ocl: 11 d;1;1 State Un iversity cat bsweeo Senate 7+b L,@ lative Seesion) 2Pth Senate Veeting iJe it en acted by the Student Xseocil tion, Senate of tbe State Univereitp of New York, College of art8 anqd Sciences at Oswsgo that : The Cbemietry Club be alloted tj?16.50 from the Frogram Fund for a contference. Xleo be it enacted that Q1O000 be alloted Brom tbe 1 rograK Yund for the meal expenses of Dr, Alfred durger, ~Hallucineto-y m 101 Sngg~ Hall, yay 11, 1 abatentionl



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% P, Student Association '% %. Senate State University at Oswego ; %-7-th Legislative Session E "30-th Senate Meeting 1, Bill 134 is April 11, 1972 C, *. Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State I University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: a The United Music organization of the State University College at Oswego be alloted $6,620.00 for the Tour Budgets of iis represent+ % atives groups as outlines in the attached proposal. Funds are to %. b. be allocated from the Program Fund. 44 Introduced \ by the Finance Committee. i" ,... Passed 15 yes J 2 abstentions

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting March 14, 1972 Bill 135 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that; All undergraduate and graduate students be assessed $5.00 for Sununer Session(June 5-July7, 1972)and $5.00 for Summer Session(Ju1y 10-August 18,1972) at the State University College at Oswego, for the purpose of programing and administering activities. Students will be assessed on for those summer s/ssions which they attend. Tabled for one week

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting March 14, 19 72 Bill 136 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The sum of $4,650.00 be Policy Board Budget for play, "The Rivalry", by included in the Student Association Program 1972-1973 for the purpose of contracting a Norman Corwin.

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Student Associationr State University pt Gswego SenaLe 7tb Legisletive Session 28th Senate 1:eetin. g Larch 21, 1972 311 131 I i3e it enaeted by the Student Leeocietion Sen~ete of the Stete University of Mew Yor':, 3011epe of Art8 an4 Soiencee at Omego XBa t : 8491.00 be alloted from the Progmm Bwd to the Teycholop~ Club, for the 7th Annual Inter Campus Uadergradu ate Conferenoa.

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate '7th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting April 4, 1972 Bill 139 de it enactec d by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversity at Nav Ysrk, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswegd that: NO organization under the auspices (that is which receive funds from) of the Student Association, which also has a monopoly in any given area under the auspices of the Student Association, shall propagandiz: the candidacy, that is use fees procured from Student Association to offer edi&orial comments in favor or opposed to a aandidate, of any student seeking any office in the Studaat Association Elections. Cases where this Act is violated shall be tried before the Supreme Court, shich smll be empowered to freeze the funds of the organizati I I during the duration of the case, and in the event of conviction impos the following penalties: A. A fine of up to 75% of the organizations+ budget. B. Disqualification of the candidate endorsed, supported or propagandized. Defeated 19 no 2 yes 3 abstentions

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Student Association STate University at Oswego Senate 7-th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting April 4, 1972 Bill PYO de it enacted by the StudnetAssociation Senate of the State University of New York, College of ARts and Sciences at Oswego that: All undergraduate students be assessed 85-00 for Summer Session (June 5-July 7, 1972) and 85-00 for Swmner Session (July 10-August 18, 1972) at the State University College at Oswego, for the purpose of programing and administering activities. Students will be assessed they attend. These funds sLibll tor of Studamt Activities or his

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting April 11, 1972 dejt enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State ~niverslt~ of New York, College of Artk and Sciences at Oswego that : The office of Legal Council established on February 15, 1972 thru Bill 106 be amended in the ftllowing manner to clarify meaning : 2he Office of Legal Council is authorized to advise any member of the Student Association on any legal matter of concern. The Office df Legal Council is further authorizee to carry any case to the point just short of litigation. The Office is only authorized to go into litigation(with monetary approppiations from the Mandatory Student fees) in the following type actions. 1. Class actions that benefit the Student Dody at the STate University College at Oswego and/or an adequate proportion of the Student .Body to justify the expenditure of the funds. This decision lies i with the Student Board of Directors, who, while in the performance 8 of their duties and responsibilities, must be cognizant of &d adher to the accopnting procedures that govern the expenditures of funds classified'as Mandatory Student Fees and the appropriate Trustees Policies. 2. ith her individual or class action taken to protect a student's rights as gumranteed by the Constitutions of both the United States of America anddor the State of New York as well a8 the laws made pursuant to both Political Jurisdictions. (Discretions again rest with the Board of Directors).' 3. Action pursuant to the maintenance and operation of the STudent Association State University College at Oswego and/or the organizations recognized by the Association. 4. The Office of Legal Council is not authorized to take individual action in cases totally unrelated to participation in the State University College at Oswego or not resulting from attending the installation. Unless it can be substantiated that such action will directly benefit the Student Body or a significant proportion of that same group at the 8tate University College at Oswego.

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e. Extension of health delivery in the surrounding area thr~ugh cooperative and reciprocal Lationshipe. The Board of Trustees shall report on its programs and fiscal condition once each semester to the Student Senate. The Board nf Trustees shall organize itself and establish such procrdths as required to carry out the mandates of this Article (C). Fianancing. the Passage of this bill permits the Oswego Health Maintenance Organization to request funding form the STudent Senate in the manner of other recognized student organizations and shall seek other other methods of funding. d. Lligibility shall be at the discretion of the Board of Trustees. 6 no 5 abstentions

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7-th Legislative Session 30-th Senate Meeting April 11, 1972 Bill 142 / Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Introduced by Procedures Committee as Bill 95, 1-4-72 Re-introduced by Mike Claffey To amend Art. I, Section 11, no. 2 to be changed from .... and shall at the time of his election be a membe of that living center or of one of thos6 living centers from which he shall be chosen." To read as follows "...and,shall at the time of his election be a member of that living center ahd shall remah a member of that living center for the duration of his office. Rational: In order for this legislation to become law without the necessity of a campus-wide referendum, altwo-thirds vote of the total senate is required. The vote on the original legislation was 19-1-4, therefore being defeated through the abstention of 4 senators, in a body where there were only 3 more senators present above the two-thirds required. \ Tabled '9 rni

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I 1 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting April 11, 1972 Bill 143 \ Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts.and Sciences at Oswego that: Women for a New World be alloted $400.00 for transportation to New York City where a abortion action march will be held on May 6. Tabled to Finance.

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'Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting April 11, 1972 Bill 144 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The office of Legal Counsil established on February 15, 1972 thru Bill 106 be amended in the following manner to clarify meaning: =-The ,office, of Legal Counsil is arthorised to advise any member of the Student Association onlany legal matter of concern. The office of Legal Council is further authorized ,to carry any case to the point just short of litigation. The office is only authorized to go into litigation (with monetary appropriations from the Mandatory Student fees) in the following type actions. 1. Class actions that benifit the Student Body at the State University College at Oswego and/or an adequate of the Student Body to justify the expenditure of the funds. This decision lies with the .. Student Board of Directors, who, while in the performance of their duties and responsibilities, must be cognizant of and adher to the accounting procedures that govern the expenditures of funds classified as Mandatory Student Fees. I 2. Either individual or class action taken to protect a student's rights ar gaurranteed by the Constitutions of both the United States of America and/or the State of New York as well as the laws made pursuant to both Political Jurisdictions. (Discretions again rest with the Board of Directors). 3. Action pursuant to the maintenance and operation of the Student Association State University College at Oswego and/or the organization recognized by the association. I 4. The Office of Legal Council in not authorized to take individual action in cases totally unrelated to paricipation in the State University College at Oswego or not resulting from attending the installation. Unless it can be substantiated that such action will directly benefit the student body or a significant proportion of that same group at the State University College at Oswego. Passed 16 yes 1 abstention



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-Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 145 de it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the STaee University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $672.29 be alloted from the Senate Fund for the purpose of purchasing a total of seven (7) bike racks for the campus, to be installed by Maintenance in the following locatf om : 1. Sheldon 2. Snygg 3. Library I;. Lanigan @ 85.97 5. Lee 6. Johnson 7. Funnelle $598.79 Shipping @lo. 80 Total $672.29 4 no 1 abstention

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Student Association State University of Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 318t Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 146 -Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State mniversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Lakeshore Amateur Radio Club be alloted $937.94 as itemized from the Program Fund. :lew Equipment : 1. Hy-Cain 18-AVQ Antenna 2. Emergency Power Suppy Repair 3. 4 Pair Telex Headphones 4. Brown Davidson Paddle $ 67.50 200.00 40.00 20.00 61.44 Total $937.94 1 no 1 abstention

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Student Association StaTe University of Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 147 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences atOswego that: The Order of Prometheus be alloted QS32.00 from the Program Fund for the National Association of Collegiate Veterans Inc. Convention. passed 21 yes 2 abstentions

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Student Assocaitinn State University at OSwgo Senate 7th Legsilative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1072 Bill 148 de it enacted by the Student Associatfon Senate of the State University of NEW York, College oP Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student NYSTA be alloted $200.00 from the Program Fhnd for conference. I'assed 1Q yes 4 no 4 abstentions

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Student Association Senate 7th Legislative Session State university at Oswego 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 149 3e it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Unive~sity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Native American Brotherhood be alloted $1200.00 to bring a speaker to Oswego. Money would come from the RPogram Fund. Event will take place on May 16, 1972 at 8:OOPM in the Hewitt Union. $25.00 be alloted nd for publicity.

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Student Association State Univefsity at Oswego SEnate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 150 de ft enacted by the Student Assocaition Senate of the State University of New York, College of ARts rrad Seiences at Oswego that: Women for a New World be alloted $400.00 for transportation to New York City where a abortion action march will be held on Hay 6. Defeated 12 no S yes 5 abstention

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jtudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 152 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New Yo~k, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $2,6%0.00 be alloted from the Senate Fund to finance a Senior Clam Bake which will be held on June let from 2-8 PM. $2250.00 Bake 350.00 Band 50.00 Expenses 2650.00

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University at Bew York, College of ARts and Sciences at Osrego that: $175.00 be alloted from the Senate Fund to contribute funds for a coope~ative venture, on the part of SUCO and the area cornunity to establish a downtown shuttle bus. Introduced by Tim OmShaughnessy P&

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Bfudent Asspciat5on 3tate University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting Bill 153 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York,College of Arts and Science8 at Oewego that: The Black Student Union be alloted $300.00 fmm the Program Fund for an hemio be held on April 29th. Passed 15 yes 2 abstention8 1 no

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.Student Association State Univeraity at 6awego Senate '7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting Bill 159 April 25, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student AssociationS enate of the STste University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at bewego thatr $650.00 be alloted from the Program Fund for Senior Wek. of $.SO will be asked at the door to cover the band cost. A donation S11 money



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-Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 145 de it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the STaee University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $672.29 be alloted from the Senate Fund for the purpose of purchasing a total of seven (7) bike racks for the campus, to be installed by Maintenance in the following locatf om : 1. Sheldon 2. Snygg 3. Library I;. Lanigan @ 85.97 5. Lee 6. Johnson 7. Funnelle $598.79 Shipping @lo. 80 Total $672.29 4 no 1 abstention

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Student Association State University of Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 318t Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 146 -Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State mniversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Lakeshore Amateur Radio Club be alloted $937.94 as itemized from the Program Fund. :lew Equipment : 1. Hy-Cain 18-AVQ Antenna 2. Emergency Power Suppy Repair 3. 4 Pair Telex Headphones 4. Brown Davidson Paddle $ 67.50 200.00 40.00 20.00 61.44 Total $937.94 1 no 1 abstention

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Student Association StaTe University of Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 147 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences atOswego that: The Order of Prometheus be alloted QS32.00 from the Program Fund for the National Association of Collegiate Veterans Inc. Convention. passed 21 yes 2 abstentions

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Student Assocaitinn State University at OSwgo Senate 7th Legsilative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1072 Bill 148 de it enacted by the Student Associatfon Senate of the State University of NEW York, College oP Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student NYSTA be alloted $200.00 from the Program Fhnd for conference. I'assed 1Q yes 4 no 4 abstentions

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Student Association Senate 7th Legislative Session State university at Oswego 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 149 3e it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Unive~sity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Native American Brotherhood be alloted $1200.00 to bring a speaker to Oswego. Money would come from the RPogram Fund. Event will take place on May 16, 1972 at 8:OOPM in the Hewitt Union. $25.00 be alloted nd for publicity.

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Student Association State Univefsity at Oswego SEnate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 150 de ft enacted by the Student Assocaition Senate of the State University of New York, College of ARts rrad Seiences at Oswego that: Women for a New World be alloted $400.00 for transportation to New York City where a abortion action march will be held on Hay 6. Defeated 12 no S yes 5 abstention

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jtudent Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting April 18, 1972 Bill 152 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New Yo~k, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $2,6%0.00 be alloted from the Senate Fund to finance a Senior Clam Bake which will be held on June let from 2-8 PM. $2250.00 Bake 350.00 Band 50.00 Expenses 2650.00

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University at Bew York, College of ARts and Sciences at Osrego that: $175.00 be alloted from the Senate Fund to contribute funds for a coope~ative venture, on the part of SUCO and the area cornunity to establish a downtown shuttle bus. Introduced by Tim OmShaughnessy P&

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Bfudent Asspciat5on 3tate University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting Bill 153 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York,College of Arts and Science8 at Oewego that: The Black Student Union be alloted $300.00 fmm the Program Fund for an hemio be held on April 29th. Passed 15 yes 2 abstention8 1 no

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.Student Association State Univeraity at 6awego Senate '7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting Bill 159 April 25, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student AssociationS enate of the STste University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at bewego thatr $650.00 be alloted from the Program Fund for Senior Wek. of $.SO will be asked at the door to cover the band cost. A donation S11 money



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 4, 1971 Resolution #1 Introduced by Jon Levine Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Senate unpolitically feels sympathetic toward the kids in Washington, and feels that all who desire to can donate to the bail fund. 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 of New York At Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Resolution # 2 Introduced by Paul Lukasiewicz Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas it is that the Senate is elected by the Student Body to represent the Student Body, and Whereas the Student Body must be well informed, and Whereas it is the general concensus that the Student Body is not well informed, BE IT RESOLVED that the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College at Oswego: 1. That all votes on Bills and Resolutions introduced into the Senateshall be role call votes: 2. The Editor of the Oswegonian be requested to print the vote, by each Senator, in the next issue of the Oswegonian, as well as the Senate Minutes. 3. The minutes and the votes of each Senator are to be posted in the lobby of Hewitt Union. 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 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting Resolution 3 Introduced by the Chair May 20, 1971 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Alcoholic Beverage Committee and the College Council amend the statement of Policy on the use of alcoholic beverages to allow the use of the Student fee to purchase alcoholic beverages. RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) a41-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session \% 3rd Senate Meeting May 20, 1971 Resolution 4 Introduced by the Chair Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Cpzlege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Alcoholic Beverage Committee and the College Council amend the Statement of Policy on the use of alcoholic beverages to allow use of alcoholic beverages in out of doors areas that can be determined and controlled.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 20, 1971 Resolution #5 Introduced by Paul Lukasiewicz Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1. No Bill or Resolution shall be voted on at the same *a&ing as it shall be introduced to the the Student Association Senate.' 2. If an emergency measure comes before the Senate, then it may be voted on at that meeting, provided there is no objection. RM. 218 H&WI?T UWN PHONE (318) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BORE7 PRIBID1NT S.%udent Amouistia~ Skate University College at Omego Senate 7th Legirsssbtive Seesion 5th Senate Meeting September 21,1971. Be it reoo&med by the Student Association Senate of %he State University of. Rem York, College of Ar%n and Sci enceiat at Omego thatt Wegive full support to a food farat program for the families of the perRon@ who died at Attica Stiate Prison.

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* a STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE "h I STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 i EDWARD J. BOREY DINISE L HART '* PR8SIDENT VICE PIIKSOCNT tudent Association tate University at uswego S ena&e 7th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY CRCSIDKM OENISL L HART VlCK PRmSIDKNT Student Associati on S&ate fTniversfty at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 5, 1971 Resolution 8 Be it resolved by the Student Association 8enate of the State University College of mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senate supports the Chancellor's actions, declaring legal cuts for registration days September 30-October 2, 1971. The Sena+e encourages thoes students not registered, to take this opportunity to go home and vote. Passea 18yes I"'-1 no 2 abstentions

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 DENISE L HART VICE Pl.SID1NT Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 7th Senzte Eeeting October 5, 1971 Resolution 9 Be it resolved by the Student Associ?.tion Sen3te of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All Senators establish Student Association Informztion bulletin boards in the ares of their constituency upon tvhich the weekly minu$es, bills, and resolutions will be posted. These bulletin boards will be established in a prominent area, accessible to that living area, with the consent of thoes people administratively responsible for that particular building by no later thzn October 12, 1971. $his would mean that Student kssociation Information bulletin bozrds will be established in Greek houses, dormitories, and Hewitt Union (for commuters). Passed .28 yes RM. 218

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 5, 1971 Resolution 10 Introduced Iby:lDave Nealon Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University College of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senate form an ad hoc committee to arrange for the holding of a sacrifice meal on Sunday, October 10, 1971. This sacrifice meal is to be in support of the Pope's call for a day of fasting and prayer for the East Pakistan refugees. 'The money is to be transfered to the refugges through the World University Service. A booth in the Union will also be set up by the Critical Issues Committee to enable commuters to donate. Passed 23 yes 5 abstentions

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY CRLOIOKNT DENISE L HART VlCL CISSIOINT Student Association State University at Oswego senste 7th Legislztive Session 9th Zenate Blesting October 12, 1971 Resolution 12 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University College of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego thzt: The Student Association Senate requests that Faculty Etudent Association tzble the issue of Shore Acres until after Kovenber 910, 1971. at which tine it will be brought befora the students. Passed 27 yes 1 no RM. 218 HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 DENISE L HART 1CRKSIDKNT VICE CIKSIDCNT State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 7th October 5, 1971 Resolution 13 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the Stzte University of New York, College of +ts and Sciences at Oswego thrt : The Senste sup:ort the Committee of Resposibility in their fund rsiaing cmpaign on capus. The fbnd raising drive will be from October 17-24, 1971. Permission is requested to have the dormitory students sign away one meal from Food Service to our organization in sup?ort of the drive. The Committee of Resposibility is a group of volunteer Doctors who evacuete the war wounded children f~om Vietncm, and bring them to the U.S. for medical treatment. Passed 23 yes 4 abstentions

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 EDWARD J. BOREY CRESIDCNT State University at Oswego 7th Legislztive Session 9th Senate Keeting October 12, 1971 Resolution 14 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State Unive~sity of Rew York, Colle-;e of Arts and Sciences ct Oswego that: An A8 Senate Comnittee be set up consisting of three Senators to develope adequzte procedures for the maintainance of order within the Senats Chambers. A'report from this cormittee is due October 19, 1971, md the rules for maintainance of order are due October 26, 1971. Passed 24 yes 3 abstentions 2 no DENISE L HART VICC CICSIOSNT

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.Y ?a b L C A STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE !'f" I, STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Yi i, Student ~ss'ociaticn L atste UnlvexLty at Oswego Sennte 3 3% 7th Leg slst;;ve Ses~icn '514 11th Senate Lie~ting October 25, 1971 r i Resolution 15 f. %C Be it enzcted by the Student Associztion Senste of the Stcite A University of Mew York, College of Arts ad Sciences at Oswego tZL thst: 'L h;F All .publications funded by the Student Xssociztion State University kollege at O~wego, be requested to include & byline on all copies, that the publication is funded by thrc Student Association. In addition, all posters and publicity advertising student Association funded events, also include 2 byline th2.t the event 'L is funded with Student Associztion money. 'Y Passed 13 yes 7 no 6 abstentions qw $. F L *a '. r, U d Y dl* p t RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (316) 341-3602

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E tudent As~ociat~on Strte University zt Cswego Sen~lte 7th L~gislztive Seerion 12th Senate i:e~ti.ng November 2, 1971 Resolution 16 Be it resolvnd by the Student Zs2ocistion Senzte University of Xev York. ,-ollega of *:rts md Sciences th-t: Th? Senate anbnds Resolution # 15 to rqad: "r?~+uested voluntarily" instead of "requssted" Defeated 21 no 3 yes 1 abstentibn

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. Resolution 17 Be it resolved by the Student Associztion Sccnte of the State U iversity of XPW York, College of Arts md Sciences at O~wego tEat ; The SA Senate condems the Liberal .4rts curriculvm restrictions contained in the directive issued by Dr. 'Jilla-d Allen. chairman of the IA Dept., dated October 21, 1971. Passed 21 yes 2 abstentions

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK Student dssocf ?t' on St'rte Universl. ty zt 9sr1ego Senate 7th Lesislative Session 14th S-?nc?te 1.k -tin: November Bes oluti on i??

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Etuiient Association Stste Un-9v7 city rt Ocwcgo Senzte '7th Logizlnt vo Sc~r ion 18th S~n~to Thotiag JO it FOBO~VO~ by tla GtuCont Association Scnzto of the ~fcte Univcx~ity of iba YO&, Colloge of &ta ma CcLcacoc at Omago thct: Tho Student kcociaticn Scnzto acting in coed fdth for tho otu80nix xovcr; to adogt tLc Kodol 3111 of 2igh-bo cnB 2oaponclbilitfoa for 2:.oulty, Students, i:h'nIc$t;mtom, ZkfP and collog~ Council ct O~no~o, Tho :cntrt;o vi~hcl; to corvlond the Ctudont I'dfairc u'ouncil of the ?eculty Aascmbly for thoi? nork or, this mttor, i-thcmope the Scn .to wzoa tho Collo~z Co~cil to ~~Lclrly adopt the Bill of ::I ghtc m6 :3spor,cibi Iitios, -. 2cecod 19 ycs G cbr tont .' cno 1 no

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session Be it resolved by the Btadent Association Senate of the State University ef Hew Yerk, College of Arts and Sciences at Oawego that : 1) Whereas bills have been passed by the Senate only to be vetoes due to lack of remarch, 2) Whereaa a Senator's censtitaency has little opportllnrfw in expressing his feelings =ti1 after the bill has prtaaed am3 1)eoome law, Theref ore : That a one-week table be imposed on all bills an& resolu-tions, Bills and reaolwbieas would be lntroduted and tabled mder new bnsineers; then *he vote would be taken at the following meeting under old buabe~a, If an eaergeney arises, thia will be waived with 2/3rde of the rnemberer of Senators greaent, Defeated 22 no 3 yea 1 abstention

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'36 tly Tho ctudonts chc lrvo in donaitorio~ txro r-~qucetod not to oonp3.y rsith any polioy fror howins oriloHrq tho rcmcvcrl of u:-.torbojlo A?= tho dom until such tirx that tho HowOffloo and Boatory Authcrit ivo a ratpax3 for such 2 po~cy. no %m-,ta roquaeta tba cditw of t 3a \re:-omic~tt to publioh tilo policy ad =.t-'d bohird 5% ~ita it it rat.,@ 1-10 to tho Sonr,ta. Tho Smcte ar&rr; tho fICaaing 0fi"ioe and Dorm $ DBfoatod 14 no 6 yoa 2 abstentions

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Bc it mcolvcd b;r tk :turlol2t ;"saock.tion Scnatm of Uio Ctcte UIJivorsitg of !:lw York, Collo~a of Arts md Scionccs at Qamgo thct: Any Soourlty fore ?o,vhlah my bo prcecnt in tho Boobtoro, do not a~,xrrs clurirg th hour3 t1.t tho 3ook~torc iz kt opomti;n,

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December 14, 1971 Be it reso1.ve.d by the Student AssocEation Senate of the State University sf New Yo~k, Col.lepe of Arts and Sciences at Osweso that : Whereas it is generafly considered a time for a charwe, and that Whereas it is considered that we want a college of universal appeal, and that, [fiereas more pea~le live in vall~ys than anywhere else, and that, Whereas fmit fs truly uni.versal in nature, and that, Whereas a new name might pass$bly have the potential of perhans maybe causin~ a tiny little infintesimal fractional s~llnter of interest by the dynamic, ef ervesant ,vivacious, unsatiable vfbrant Student Body, that The name of the StaCe Unfversfty Colls~e at Oswego be chanped to State Universfty College at Fruit Valley. Introduced by Senator Lukasiewicz Tabled indeflni tely

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Be it rwolv -2 by tfo Student Iloooo~~%ioar Sayto 01 tho S%cfo Un:rer ity of raa York, Collo~a of Lrh ?ad Cofmas a% Ostmgo thct t

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CtuZent Aerocizthm Stcte Univarsity at Cano~o Son:.to 7th Lc&olativo Soorion 21at Sancto 1:ootBe it rosolvoil by t3c S~~ont Association Smct~ of tho St2to Univorcity of Lon Yorlr, Collogo 02 Lrto ad Solencoe ... t Otno~o thzt: Tho rot-c:indor of ;'IOCi2 bud& bo rp roprirtad to thorn for the Sprlrg sonoctor, 1972, 22 yos 4 abctcnt3. onc

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Student Association Stata Univereity at Oswego Senu%e 7th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting Pebruawy 15, 1972 Res. 32 Be ft =solved by the Student Assocfation SEnate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Scfences at Oswego that : The Student Aesociation wishes to commend the Acbnfnistration, Secwity, Xaintsnancc Dept, and Jack Hsubrrch, Seneca Doxm Director, for their invalua2>le services rendered in assfeting studahts in mlnaving their cars from the Parking Lots durina the snow removal operations. Parred 4-0 Tranepomation Council Pacrrad 18 ye8

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Student Association State Univemsity at Oswego Senate 7th Legiilative Session 22nd SEnate Meeting February lS, 1972 Rea. 33 Be it resolved by the Student Aseroeiation Senate of the State Univsrsity of Nw York, College of Arts and Seiencas at Oewego An accurate, up-to-date list of will be posted in the SA office. It the Vice-heident to see to it that ablov~ Passed 23 yea Council and Committee mewbers shall be the responsfbility of this listing is as pe~ecribed

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Student Ajssciation State Unc~ersity of Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting Res. 34 February 15, 1972 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New Ysrk, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Association commends the members of the SA Volunteer Ambulance Carp for their efforts during the snow storm of February 45-6, 1972. Passed 19 yes 4 abstentions

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 7M Legislative Seesion 24th Senate Heeting Res. 35 Be it resolved by the Student Aesociation Senate of the State Unive-t of New York, College of &ts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Association Senate strongly wndewnns and protests the recently announced tutition increase for the studants of the State Univexv.;5.-T,:: of Mew York. This tution hike will cause undue hardship for the vast rne'-,;j. of middle income students and will in the long run incrsasing tution may "LC detrimental to the educational process not only at Oswego but also fop a?? st: dents of New York State, forced with overcrowding and lack of education^..: personnel, should not be forced to bear the burden a near bankrupt sta :.:. government. We feel that the present increase in tutition and extraneous fees denies the essential priniciples upon which this University Systemis founded. "Let each become all he is capable of beingn, Whereas the Student Body questions whether the tuition rdse will allevi-+the foolawing points: 1. The absence of necessary academic materials: a. Library resource materials and staff b. Faculty and staff c. Acdemic Progrmas and Coultural Achiv$tiee 2. The Absence of Necessary Services: a. Infirmary (students this year will subsidize a student ope ambulance to provide necessary eemrices. be Student employment (cufback in hours and wages). c. Scholar incentinve inefficiency. d. LearningResources Center, Technicians and Materials. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY

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Student Association State University at Oswego Ssnate 7th Legislative Session 20th Senate meting Res. 86 Be it resolved by the Student University of New York, College of that : Association Senate of the State Art8 and Sciences at Oswego The Student Association cannot wee to the deoieions of the Public Ceremonies Committee concerning mandatory graduation and concurs with the decision pf the Faculty Assembly in establishing graduation as a voluntary decision on the part of the students eligible for graduation. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY

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St&dent Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting be it resolved by thestudent Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at OSwego that: We do not approve of the proposed recipoocity between the Budget Council of the Faculty Assembly and the Finance Committee af the Studant Associaticm Senate for the following reasons: 1. The function of the Budget Council of FA is that of an advisol body to the President-on af l budgetary matters (FA ByLaws Arl 16, Aection 210 2. The function sf the Finance Committee of SA is that of an "administrator" of money, It being empowered to act on suma onder $300.00(See bill establishing the c~mmittee)~ 3* The money allocated by the Fiaance Committee is student moneycollected and distributed by and for their wishesu The money that the Budget Council consults on is the university given budget, state supplied funds. Paessd 17 yes 4 no 1 abatention

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Student ~~eoci; tion S~F. te Universi ty ; t Cswe~o Senete 7 th Le+pieltive Session 'Pth Sen~te i'eetin,~ Larch 21, 1971 :k It resolved by the Student ,;ssociation Senate of the State University of New York, Colleqe of Arts and Sciences at Osweqo th~ t : 1-11 bills and reeolutf om introduced by aenbera of tbr Senate sh~ll be validated by sorre aenber of the mecuti ve Steff, ';'he Executive Steff shell be defined cs the ]'resident, his aid(s), the Vice-Tresidtnt, the Senate Secretary, and the Treesurer, hll bills t;ntroduced by the Ch~ir shall be valideted by sobe member of the Executive St~ff other then the @heir, ;-I1 velidetions shcll be made in the presence of bath pcrtiel, tht t ie the validator end the validatee, 'J!he Senate Secreaary aB~ll be respnnsible for the proper velfdib tion of each bill i nd resolution as per~critied c bove, Validation shall be defin:ed 8e vr.lidetion of in troductec of thr t bill or resolution, Defeated 1'3 no 5 ~bstentlons ? yea

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Student Association Staee University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Res. 4E Be it resolved bp the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The SA strangely condemns the action of Hr. Wassenauer and Dr. Rock in prohibiting the presence of Rf.:hie Watson in the Residence Halls. Passed Unanimously

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Student Association State W~iverrdity at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Heeting April 25, 1972 Res. 4% i3e it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oewego that: The Senate ratifies the elections of the Spring of 1972. Passed 16 ye8 no

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Student Association State University at Osweg0 Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Res. 43 Be it resolved by the Student Associaiton Senate of the State University ef New York, College of Arts and Bciences at Oswego that: The SA Senate supports the action6 Baken by the students on Friday, Apri121,1972 in their protest of khe re-escalation of the war in Indochina and supports the Meratoldurn on May 4, 1972. Passed 12 yes 4 abstentions 3 no

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Student Associatbnn State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Res. 4% Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State UNiversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oewego that: The SA Senate urges the State Assembly of New York to defeat the proposed legisltion abolishing mandatory fees. Passed 18 yes 1 no

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Be it raeolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Soiancss at Oawego that: In conjunction with our disapproval of the re-ercalatian of the warn, I The SA Senate su ports resistance agani~t the 10% federal telaphone tax which goar d rectly to the Vietnamese War. Be it furllrher resolved 4 that SA doer not pay it's 100 federal telephone excise tax. k Paased 13 yes L 3 abstentions

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Student Aesooiation State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Res. 46 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the STate University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senate disapproves of the present attempt to repeal the abortion law, since the repeal endangers every woman's roght to control and define her own body. Passed 1b yes 2 abstentions

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Student Assocition State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Res. 47 Be it resolved by the Student Aeaociation Senate of the State University of New York, College of ARte and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Association Senate In its continued protest aganiut the war poliuy of the United States in Indochina, does hereby strongly suggest that Sunny Vending System remove all Continental Baking Co. products from their machines on campus and replace them with productrr from a company not involved in musder. Continental BAking Co. is awned and operated by International Telephone and Telegraph which is a major producdr of war materials ased in Indechina including sensora and other electronic devices which murder innocent Indochinese people. If theee products are not removed we demand theat the Faculty Student Association not contract the services of the Sunny Vending Co. any further. Defeated 14 no 5 yes 1 abstention

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, Student Aeso~iation State University at Oswego Senate 7th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting April 25, 1972 Res. 48 Be it resolved by the Student Association Benate of the State University of New York, College of Arte and Science8 at Oswego that: The Senate is dismayed and appalled by the m-eecalation of military involve~nant in Vietnam and does not see it as a means for achieving World Peace. PAesed Unanimously