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STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT OSWEGO 8TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION 1972-1973 Thomas H. Burton--President James F. Mossgraber--Vice-president Phillip Lamkay--Treasurer Edward Falco--Assistant Treasurer

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INDEX Title page ................................................ Index ..................................................... ............................ Preamble to the Constitution ii Constitution .............................................l 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 SHARED BY THE ADMINISTRATION, THE FACULTY, AND THE STUDENT'BODY IN STUDENT LIFE AND AFFAIRS, HEREBY CONSTITUTE THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT OSWEGO STUDENT ASSOCIATION, BELIEVING THAT'BY ORGANIZING IN THIS WAY WE CAN BEST ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES: TO SERVE AS THE STUDENT BODY AGENCY IN THE PRESENTATION OF STUDENT OPINION ON MATTERS AFFECTING STUDENT LIFE AND AFFAIRS: TO SERVE AS AN APPEALLATE AGENCY FOR PROBLEMS REFERED TO THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION BY STUDENTS OR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: TO PROMOTE IN THE INTEREST OF THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY, A PROGRAM OF SERVICE, SOCIAL ACTIVITY, AND EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS.

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CONSTITUTION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATIO~, OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE AT OSWE~O f) as revised on April 8, 1974) ARTICLE I Section I I. 1. 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." 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 ~han 33.No living center shall be denied representation. 4. 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 Presidefitcof 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 111. 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 durinc the colle~e yeqr, except du~in? the weeks of final examinations and the first week of the $all semester. 3. All senators shall be elected at the time of the All-Campus Elections. 7, I. Section IV 1. The recourse to recall a Senator shall be in the hands of the constituencies from which the Senator is elected; to be conducted in the following manner: a. Senators from Dormitories: 20% of the dorm population must petition for Senator recall. This wou7d requ-lre a referendum to be held, an?, if 2/3 of those voting are in favor of recall, the Senator will be rmoved from office, b. Commuter Senators: 20% of the commuter population who voted in the last election must petition for senator recall.; This would require a referendum to be held, and if 2/3 of those voting are in favor of recall, the senator will be removed from office .I1 2. The Senste my determine the ru!es of i.ts ~roceeflings, discinline its rnsmbors for disor.lor?y bphavior,'.and vi.th the concurrencd of 2/?'7 of the totol Senate, expel a member. 3. The Senate shall keen a j-21 of its procee
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Section VII The Senate shall be empowered-: 1. To supervise the All-Cam~us Election; 2. To Assess a Student Association tax (This tax shall be I I 'a ,, uniform throughout the Student ~ssociation); 3. Tu determine the exnenditures of the Student Association Tax for the general welfare of the Student Association; 4. To have authori-ty 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 Student Association President following the Student Association Vice-President; 6. To initiate and enact any le~islation necessary to 'imvlement for forgoing powers or to fulfill the ourpose of this constitution as set forth in the meamble excent where such jurisdiction shall be denied by the ~olicies 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 conseauence of aparouri~tions made by law, and a reqular statement and account of the receipts and exnenditures of all money shall be ~ublished from time to time. 2. The Senate shall nass no law regarding the internal. oneration of any student ormni~ation recognized under the authority of the office of the nenn of Students. Section LX 1. Upon mesentation to the Senate of the Position of 25% of the number of voters in the mevious All-Cam~us Election any bill which they shall deem necessary shall be submitted to the Student Association within 2 weeks dfter the ~resentation of the netition to be accented or rejected, and if accented, shall have the same standing as any bi3.1 uassed 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 accent or reject it; and if accented said bill shall have the same standing as any bill uassed by the Senate and signed by the Student Association President. Article I1 Section I 1. The executive power shall be vested in the Student Association President, who shall together with the Student Association Vice Presidant, be elected by an All-Cam~us Election. The AllCampus election shall be held at the earliest practical date

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durin~ the neriod from the 15th of February to the 15th of ??arch; and hbld office for a trrm of one1, vszr commencing th~ first day of Auril of the sgme gear in which they were elected. 2. Th? President and Vice-president ?hall be regularly enrolled students with an accumlative grade rroint index of at least !two-tenths of a point (.2) above the college minimum for good academic standjnq, qnd shal-1 not be eli~ible for graduation until the completion of the semester i.n which the term of office ends. The President at the berrinning of the fall. semester during his term of offj-ce shall. be at least a first semester junior with the minimum number of credits to be considered as such, and the Vice-President shall be at least a second semester souhomore. Section I1 The Senate shall estab7ish such administrqtive offices a? It shall seem necessary for tho oneration of the Snplreme and lower court4 and the Supr~me Court shall a~peJYate juris6iction over any lower. court create? by the Senate. Secti-on TTT The judicial ccl..er ?;.ha!.l. extend : A To all. cases to wktich tho Student Associ.?tion shall be a party exrspt as otberl:rise st3ted. in the followiny part.: of thrs section. To the student am-oval of 2.11 ?.ocal student organiwtion conzti.tuticns. To any case invo7vin~ the constitutionality of an act or ruli.ng of .t.he Student Ass0cin.t i on. To any rqse .I'nvolvin~ violation rf an act of the Senat? exce~t as otherwise atlted in the follov~h~fr parts of this section. To any dis~ute between students,, or between student organization~, if no lowerr, court, hou~in~ unit cnu~t, executi-ve committee or commission, judicial board, or standards committee shall have urior jurisdiction, in which caae the Sunreme Court shall. have the Fewer to decli.de whether the tri.al or hearing was con6ucted propnrly with the ?over.; to demand such cases bak to the original trial body. And to any other case ?:.here jurisdiction shall not be denied by the p~l-~nies of the State University of New York College at O~ve~o. ARTICLE IV This constitution may be amen4ed in the follovjng manner: Upon the simihg of n ~etition by 2/3 of the number of voters in the previoue *1-1-%m~us Election, or bv 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 uresentation of the ~etition, in the case of such, a presentation, to be

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accepte? ?r rejected, and if accs?tea shall be valid to all intents and purposes 2s part of this constitution. ARTICLE V 1.. All enqa~ements with organizations or a~~ncies outside of or '*ithin the col!ene shall be as valid against the Student Association under this constitution, as under the Associated Student BodpCouncil. 2. This constitution, and the laws of the Student Associstion which shall be made in Durguance therof, and all the authority of the Student Association shall be the supreme Saw of student life at the State IJniversity of New 'Irork College *,at Oswego except where they map conflick with the ~olicies or practiees of the State University of Mew York or the State University College at 0swee;o. 3. The Senators before mentimed at all esecutiv~ and judicial officers, of the Stuent Asgociation shall be bound by oath or affirmation to support this constitution, ARTICLE VI The ratification of this constitution:; ahall be dstermined by a.t least s quorum vote of the Associatied Student Bo3g as established under the constitution df the Ass~ciated Student Body Council. Thfs constitution shall take effect immediat~1-y snd shsll be implevented by the present Associated Student -??ody Co~zncil' until Msy 1, 3966, at Which ti~e the new senitors, Student As~ociation Presidwt. an3 Vice-"resident and other civil qfficialz chall assume tho yl.rPrs an.? duties of their remective offices, and at which time this article shall be exynged, I.. A living center shall be defined for the purposes of Senate a~portionment Do one of three cate~ories as follows: (a) on campus residence halls, (b) off-campus residence units recognized as resiilence halls by the college, and (c) commuters (all students not re~iding in livng centers categorized by a or b above). The Senate shall determine esch year the grouping of the several ljvin~ centers for the Durposes of an~ortionment and enumeration of Senstors to be elected by these groups of Bving centers. These By-laws may be amended by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate, 2. Permanent s~eaking sects shall be awarded to: A re~resenative of the Office of the Dean of Students A re~resentative of the Office of the Co-Ordinstor of Student Activities

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(c) The executive heads of C.U.B.M., A.W.S., and the .. Athletics Council (d) And to the delegated representative 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 April and shall end on the last day of March of the Followinq year. fl 4. All meetings of the Senate shall be.conducted by Robert's Rules of Order. 5, Civil Officials shall be: President and Vice-President of Student Association Senators of the Student Association Justices of the Supreme and lower Courts. 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 denartments and committees of the Executive Branch of the Student Associa.tion for the puruose of aiding him in discharging the duties of this office. 7. These By-laws may be anended by a 2#y1s vote of all. the members in the Senate. All. By-laws to this constitution shall be subject to Internretatjon as bil1.s under the ~rovi3ion of Article I, Section 9 of thjs constitution. 8. This association is not organized for nrofit not for the pecuniary7 aain of its members, officers or other nrivate persons. It mqy 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 nerson excent it may pay a reasonable comnensation for services rendered in effecting one or more of the aqsociationls nurDoses, and no member, officer, or other nerson shall be entitled to share in the distribution of any of the association assets on dissolution of the association. Any balance of money or assets remaining after the ful-1 nayment of a.ssociation obligations shall be directed exclsivelylfo the further-ce of educational purposes. 9. Upon the dissolution of the assodiation, the members, a,fter payment or:-making nrovision for nayment of the just debts, obligations and 1-iabilities of the association, will desnose of all of its assetes by transfer to such other not-for-profit organization(s) or organization(s) or~anized and operated exclusively for educational numoses, or such other nurposes as shall at that time qualify for ~xernntion under Sectfon 501-C I (3) of the In%ernal Sevenue Code and Section 420 of the New York State Real Property Tax Law as, in the judgement of the members, is best qua2lfied and comvetent to promote the purnoses of the association. 10. No part of the activities of the association shall be carrying on prouoganda, or otherwise attem~ting to influence legislation or participating in, or intervening in (including the publication or distribution of statements)any political campatip on behalf of any candidate for public office.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. fisspraber President of The Senate STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 8th LEGISLATIVE SESSION J.F. MOSSGRABER PRESIDENT THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE CONVENES SEPTEMBER 7, 1972 4:30 P.M. IN ROOM 212 HEWITT UNION WITH THE CHARGE TO THE SENATE ADDRESS BY J.F; MOSSGRABER PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE \ HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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4 Student Associati.on State University at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting SENATE AGENDA Thursday, September 7, 1972 1.) Call to Order 2.) Roll Call 3.) Committee Reports 3A.) Senate Finance Committee 4.) Appropriation Bills Bill #6 Bill #7 Bill #8 5.) Legislative Bills Bill #9 Bill #10 Bill #11 6.) Old Business 7.) New Business

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session September 7, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 4:47 p.m. Senators not present were: Fred Bartle, J.A. Miller. Committee reports: The Finance Committee minutes were included as an agenda item. An addition to the Senate Finance Committee minutes is that Senator Gates was elected the Senate Representative to the Program Policy Board. Also, lists will be provided at the next Senate meeting for Senators to indicatg a preference'for committee assignments. Each senator is request4d to sign up for 2 committees, stating one as a preference. Appropriation Bills: Bill 6 was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Gates. Senator Claffey gave the Finance Committee report, which was covered in the Finance minutes. The Finance Comnittee moved that the figure of$3600.00 be amended to $1095.00, and was seconded by Senator Gates. The amendment was carried by a unanimous vote of 25 in favor. The chair then called the question on the bill, which carried by a vote of 24 in favor and 1 abstention. Senator Ksystyniak then moved to accept the agenda and Senator Harmony seconded it. The agenda was accepted by a hand vote. Bill7 was introduced by the Finance Committee and was seconded by Senator Gates. Senator Claffey gave the Finance report and moved the bill to be tabled. This was seconded by Senator Sullivan and carried by a hand vote. Bill 8 was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Gates. Senator Claffey gave the Finance report recommending passage of the bill. Treasurer Lamkay commended President Burton on his time and energy put into this bill. However, he feels it is not Student Association's job to provide a Statistician at the Infirmary. He suggested that $2000.00 be put in reserve if needed for epidemic use, drugs, etc. After further discussion, the chair called the question, and the bill carried by a vote of 22 infavor and 3 opposed. Senator Kronenbitter moved to reconsider the bill, which was seconded by Senator Claffey and passed by a hand vote. Senator Kronenbitter made a motion to amend the bill to add after State University College at oswego, "with the approval of Senate." This was seconded by Senator Sullivan and passed by a vote of 19 in favor, 3 opposed and 3 abstentions. A revote was then taken on the bill which passed 20 in favor, 3 opposed and 2 abstentions. Legislative Bills: Bill 9 was introduced by Senator Claffey and seconded by Senator OtShaughnessy. Treasurer Lamkay spoke about the bill, stating that

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the c~uncil will handle requests for tournaments from Intercollegiate Athletic Program. The purpose of this council is to look into purchasing. After discussion, Senator Gates moved to amend the bill to include 3 senators instead of 2. He later withdrew his amendment and Senator Sullivan moved to amend the bill to include "one member of the student body at large, appointed by Senate." This was seconded by Senator Neveu and carried by a vote of 12 in favor, and 11 opposed. The chair then called the question and Bill 9 passed by a vote of 18 in favor, 4 opposed and 2 abstentions. Bill 10 was introduced by Jeff Wicks and seconded by Senator Ciaffey. After a discussion, Senator Kronenbitter moved the question and this was seconded by Senator Neveu. The bill was defeated by a vote of 4 in favor,'and 20 opposed. Senator OfShaughnessy then made a motion to include a resolution sponsored by Senator Sullivan and himself. This was seconded by Senator McCormick and it,was passed by a hand vote to place it on the agenda. Resolutidn 6 was read and passed by a vote of 20 in favor and 3 opposed. Senator Wicks then changed his bill to a resolution and changed the word in line one from allowed to encouraged. He introduced it, being seconded by Senator Angell. It was amended to read, following paragraph one, "students are also encouraged to take advantage of the additional days up to September 15 to register to vote." Resolution 7 passed by a vote of 21 in favor and 2 opposed. Old Business: None 4 New Business: The chair outlined to the Senate the following six committees; Finance, Rules, Judiciary, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs and Governmental Operations committee. He also announced to the Senate that dinner will no longer be provided for the Senate in the Union. Senator Gates.then moved to adjourn, the motion was seconded by Senator OfShaughnessy. It carried and Senate stood adjourned at 7:Ol Respectfully submitted, Ruth Knapp

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Senators Brian Angel1 Fred Bartle Beverly Bednarak Mary Bucher Eugene Chermack Mike Claffey Karen Douglas Debbie Ellwanger Greg Gates I Margaret Gdasso Sue Greenstein Dan Iiarmony Tim Hewitt Ted Klein Ann Kronenbitter Bill Ksystyniak Sue McCormick J. A. Miller Tom Moore John Neveu Tim O'Shaughnessy Chris Pelkey Louise Riebling Dave Robinson KathynSullivan Kathy White Jeff Wicks

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Brian Angel1 A Y Y Y red Bartle Beverly Bednarak Mary Bucher Eugene Chermack Mike Claffey Karen Douglas Debbie Ellwanger Greg Gates Margaret Grasso N N N N Sue Greenstein Dan Harmony Tim Hewitt Ted Klein Ann Kronenbitter Bill Ksystyniak Sue McCormick J. A. Miller Tom Moore John Neveu Tim OIShaughnessy Chris Pelkey 'Louise Riebling Dave Robinson Kathy White Jeff Wicks \

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE M. CLAFFEY CHAIRMAN Sept. 5, 1972 Senate Finance Committee: Called to order at 3:45 p.m. Present: Senators Claffey, OtShaughnessy, Gates and Sullivan; Vice-president Mossgraber, Treasurer Lamkay. The agenda was limited to requests from the Student Art Committee, the Consumer Guide Program, and the Health Contingency Fund. Requests from the International Student Association, the Football Club, and the Outing Club were postponed until next week. Student Art Committee Representative: Mark Donovan Request:$3600.00 Discussion: The S.A.C. is requesting monies in order to continue their exhibition programs seen in Tyler Hall. In the past, the Director of the Gallery has managed to swap and borrow exhibits from people he has had contact with, but the S.A.C. points out that they have literally "run out1' of people to contact. The S.A.C. pointed out that sister SUNY colleges have a much larger budget than Oswego's. The State has appropriated $1200. to the G llery, t but F.S.A. denied a request for $3000. to supplement this. S.A.C. is requesting $3600. to present 7 or 8 shows for the year. Each program's cost includes installation, brochures, mailing fees, transportation, posters and opening fees. Recommendation: The Finance Committee recommends that $1095. be / appropriated to the S.A.C. These funds shall be used to present

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2 fall shows, to pay for membership fees, telephones, displaypanels and additional ceiling hooks as requested. The appropriation does not include opening night expenses, which includes purchasing wine and cheese. The remainder of the monies will be reviewed and appropriated in light of the evaluation of the fall programs. Consumer Guide Program Representative: President Tom Burton Request: $700.00 Discussion: After discussion with the President, who outlined the new cost figures and problems, and what the C.G.P. would entail, the committee voted 4-0 to table until such time as they could get in touch with the Director of the Program, Anthony Potenza, in order to receive a specific breakdown of expected costs. Health Contineencv Fund Representative: President Tom Burton Request: $4000.00 Discussion: President Burton presented the committee with proposala to spend $4000. of the remaining $10,000. in the H.C.F. The breakdown would include $1000. for S.A.V.A.C., to be used fo,r equiptment, $1000. for an epidemiology fund, to prevent/counteract any medically defined epidemic on campus(among S.A. members), and $2000.in a Reserve Fund to be implimented for a statistical analysis of health services, as directed by Health Care Administrator Mr. Allen. Mr. Burton pointed out that F.S.A. had contributed $2700 for S.A.V.A.C.'s maintenance, ect. Also, the Health Fund realized a cost under-run of $6000, which Mr. Burton felt should be reallocated to the Program Fund.

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Recommendation: The committee recognized the fine job that Mr. Burton, Mr. Mossgraber and Mr. Lamkay have done in securing for the Oswego campus an excellent health service, in co-operation with college officials, and recommends that $4000. be allocated to these purposes. Passed unanimously 4-0-0

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STATE INITIAL :.?. Daniel Allen S-,.; ,,,znt Healath Service Administratsr lhysician Salary ( .25 salary line SG-32) SAVAC Fealth Care Booklet Sup9lemental Drug Xiscellaneous Ye-ef o?~ : -2 zccorCzcce with the AssoclztLon Health Contingency coz?.lttzent.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, September 12, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Senate Minutes of 9/7/72 5. State of the Student Association Message President Thomas H. Burton 6. Committee Reports 7. Appropriations Bills Bill #11 8. Legislative Bills Bill #12 Bill #13 Bill #14 9. Old Business 10. New Business 11. Adjournment HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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, Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 4 10th Senate Meeting September 12, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:52 p.m. Senators not present were: Fred Bartle, Beverly Bednarak, Tim Hewitt, J.A. Miller, John Neveu, and Dave Robinson. The chair announced that Senator Balaban had left his Senate seat to Charles DiNatale, who will serve as alternate to Senator Balaban while he is student teaching. Senator Ksystyniak moved to approve the agenda, which was seconded by Senator Harmony and passed by a hand vote. Bill 14 was added to the agenda. Senator Harmony moved to accept the Senate Minutes, which was seconded by Senator Ksystyniak and passed by a hand vote. The chair then introduced the Student Association President, Tom Burton. President Burton then resented his State of the Student Association Message. Committee Reports: Senator Claffey gave the Finance Committee report. There was a Finance Procedural meeting on Monday, September 11, 1972, and the Finance Committee anticipates acting on the following matters: rewriting the Program Request form, Setting up a Program Evaluation Board, and requesting the VicePresident to, if possible, make available to Senate the recently concluded Student Association inventory. In addition, the chair explained to the Senate the manner in which voting will now be recorded in the minutes. Appropriation Bills: Bill 11 was sponsored by Senator Wicks and seconded by Senator Ksystyniak. Gloria Greenfield spoke on the bill and information pertaining to the bill was given to each senator. Discussion was held and Senator Kronenbitter called the question. Bill 11 carried, 21 in favor. Legislative Bills: Bill 12 was sponsored by Senator Wicks and seconded by Senator Harmony. Discussion was held, and the chair called the question. Bill 12 was passed 19 in favor, and 2 abstentions. Bill 13 was sponsored by Senator Harmony and seconded by Senator Angell. Senator Claffey offered a friendly amendment to the bill, which was accepted. The amendment was added after #3 under Senate Election Committee and reads,11#4 To supervise the execution of all referendums to be presented to Student Association." The

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question was called by Senator Wicks and Bill 13 passed by a vote of 21 in favor. Bill 14 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and was seconded by Senator O'Shaughnessy. Senator Claffey gave the Finance report, stating that the rationale for this bill is that in the past, organizations have over expended their budget and Student Association was held responsible. By passing this bill, Senate will be able to sanction action on the organization. Discussion was held and the chair then called the question. Bill 14 carried, 18 in favor, 2 opposed and 1 abstention. Vice-president Mossgraber announced to the Senate that there were Who's Who nomination application forms made available to the Senators to be posted in all dorms and made available to the commuters. He also outlined the Senate sub-committees and asked for preference lists from each senators. OLd Business : Vice-president Mossgraber announced that he will be in contact with the Director of Hewitt Union, Mr. Willard Heaps; the Director of Union Food Service and the Assistent Director of Hewitt Union in charge of Activities, and will try to work out a viable solution to the problem of 17 year olds not allowed to participate in those Student Association functions where alcohol is served. New Business: Senator Kronenbitter officially charged the Election Committee with immediate initiation of the elections to fill the vacant seats in the Student Association Senate. Senator Angel1 then made a motion to adjourn, which was seconded by Senator Wicks. Senate stood adjourned at 6:58 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Ruth Knapp

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Senators Brian Angel1 '4 Fred Bartle Beverly Bednarak Mary Bucher Eugene Chermack Mike Claffey Charles Dinatale Karen Douglas Debbie Ellwanger Greg Gates Margaret Grasso Sue Greenstein Dan Harmony Tim Hewitt 4 Ted Klein Ann Kronenbitter Bill Ksystyniak Sue McCormack J.A. Miller Tom Moore John Neveu Tim O'Shaughnessy Chris Pelkey Louise Riebling Dave Robinson Kathy Sullivan Kathy White Jeff Wicks

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SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES (9/19/72) A compilation of Finance Committee meetings held on the following days: 9-13, 9-14 (4 PM. meeting), 9-14 (7 PM.) 9-15 (10 AM. meeting), 9-15 (3 PM. meeting), and 9-17 9 PM. meeting 1. NOTE: Meeting of 9-15 (10 AM)held with: Dr. John Glinski, Director of Athletics, Vice President J.F. Mossgraber, Treas. Phil Lamkay, and Sen. Claffey. 1. Consumer Guide Program Representative: Tony Potenza $1500 '&/L AdJd. The Finance Committee recommends that this bill be tablqd pending a reevaluation by the Senate of the entire consumer I I guide program.*~reas where the committee feels examinations must be made are as follows: I i. General student interest for the program. I 2. Professionalism, accuracy, and other factors which should I determine the validity of the program. 3. The possibility of administrative assistants functioning 1 as the "consumer comment bureau". 4. The question of stipends-should students who"vo1unteer" their services have to be rewarded with a stipend? 14 Passed 4-0-0 *TI=. q
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SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES 9/19 3. Draft Counseling O.A.I.D.C. Representative: Mary Hutchinson $510 Discussion: The Rep. explained to the committee that monies would be utilized primarilty to continue the program of training more draft counselors on this campus (presently only three). Other monies toward literture are required due to the necessity of constantly being made aware of changing draft laws and regulations. Recommendation: Senate Finance Committee feels that the Draft Counseling Program is of integral importance to any college community. These people devote their free time in counseling students in an area where there is much confusion, and therefore, a necessity to have on hand up to date information. The O.A.D.I.C. is working in corijunction with community clergy, and is a worthwhlie avenue for increased communication and cooperation between the campus and co~rin~mity, at the same time providing students with necessary information. Passed 4-0-0 4. Outing Club $700.00 Representatives: Dlck Kaulfuss, Dana Linck Discussion: The representatives explained to the committee that an interest has been shown for this organization on this campus. The organization at present has no equipment of its own. The representatives pointed out that many new members do not own their own equipment. The equipment desired will allow the club to conduct a training program for its members of basic outing skills and uses of various kinds of camping equipment. Recommendation: We recommend that the Outing Club be granted its request. We further recommend that the club return to the Senate for additional monies if it becomes necessary to provide basic camping safety information, ie. manuals, demonstrations, etc. Passed 4-0-0 5. Shuttle Bus Appropriation Representative: Phil Lamkay, Director of Finance, Student Associaticr: Reconmendation : This appropriation be tabled until such time as the committee can speak with Mr. Tucker from F.S.A. on cost breakdown and analysis.

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This information is to acquaint you with central New York's most exciting new group, and only all woman rock band: Sweet Jenny has been drawing over-capacity crowds at outdoor concerts, campuses, and major rock clubs in Syracuse inciuding the Yellow Balloon, in Binghamton at the Inferno and the Establishment, in Shneatales, Awbnrn, Ithaca, Cartlacd, Lyons-Seneca Falls area, and Utl ca, People love to move and dance with Swe2t Jenny, She crestes instantaneous high-energg interactions with her audiences, Her college summer bookings have included appearances at Sgracuse University 's Jabberwocky and at Harper College, grit In terms of background, the women who are Sweet Jenny form a wide spectrum experience ranging from rock and roll bacds to symphony orches tms Instrumentally, Sweet Jen,ayes sound comes from 3 ksgboards (2 electric pianos, 1 electrtc organ), drums, bass, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, flute. Future plans include the addition of an electrified cello, All of Sweet Jenny sings. Jackie and Linda sing back-up, Janice, Susie, and Cindy handle lead vocals ,. SWEET JENNY CaIT is THE most exciting new group in New York this fall and promises show-womanship at its best, So if you and your people are planning to party, let us know, Hope We Can Get It Together,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossgtaber President of The Senate To: Student Assoclation From: Senate Finance Committee Re: Recommendations for Oswego Football Club, 1972 The Senate Finance Committee recommends thzt $1175 be appropriated to the Oswego State Football Club. These monies will be dilineated in the following areas: Officials $450.00 Head Linesman $100 .GO Field Insurance $250 .OO Publicity $150 .OO Field Set-up $25.00 Recondition equipment $200 .oo RATIONALE: The Finance committee reached this decision in light of the following considerations: 1. Recognizing our responsibility to be fiscally prudent and advising the Senate Body as a whole of our decisions concerning financial matters, the committee feels that the Student Association cannot afford to allocate monies in area we feel should first be examined and evaluated by the Athletic Advisory Board, perhaps in conjunction with the Senate through its Student Affairs Committee, to determine the status of football on this campus. This study should be aimed at primarily to determine whether their is a demand for football on this campus, and seconly, whether the program offered should be varsity or club in nature. 2. The committee recommends these monies solely for the continuance of the minimum program now available, and takes note that the football club was irresponsible in engaging in a program and later demanding money from the 7 Student Association, assuming, with no assurances from this committee or this Senate Body, that monies actually would be appropriated. HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. c7b2ossqtaber President of The Senate 3. The committee feels that money expended to equip a 50 man squad in what is essentially a program in its experimental stage, would be unwise and fiscally irresponsible. 4. Through discussions with team representatives, the committee felt that operations of various aspects of the team were either unresolved as to implementation, or snclear and/or invalid as to expectations (i.e., field status, gate operations). 5. The committee is aware of, and has had its attention directed to, numerous "surveys" which have been called optomistic by some and inconclusive by others. The committee has never been presented with ANY survey nor been assured as to the validity (empirically) of said surveys. 6. The committee emphasises that it is the decision of the Senate body to determine whether expenditures of this type can continue to be made in this fluid situation and uncertain atmosphere, and hopes that the Body will realize that priorities do exist on this campus and that the Program Fund is not the proverbial "bottomless pit" it seems to be at the beginning of each session. 7. Finally, the committee recognizes that football on this campus, as on all campuses, is a vast operation requiring massive amounts of money (eac year) to operate fwhether varsity or club). As such, football should be implemented as a joint venture between the community, students, and the college administration. Again we stress the importance of allowing the decision as to the depth of the proposed football program on this campus to be made by the Athletic Advisory Board, which is comprised of the personnel siutabely equipped to handle this evaluation. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 -lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate To: Student Association From: Senate Finance Committee Re: Faculty-Student Association Funds At these same meetings with Student Association officials and Athletic Dept officials the question of where F.S.A. funds, in the amount of $6323.00 should be allocated arose, because it was revealed to the committee that as yet, there has been no decision where these monies should be allocated among the Intercollegiate Program. For this reason, the Senate Finance Committee recommends to the Senate that the following areas be funded : 1. Lacrosse $4403 .OO 2. Recruiting $1000.00 TOTAL $5403.00 Balance to be Appropriated: RATIONALE: 1. The Finance Committee feels that Lacrosse in past years in club status has proved itself to be a worthwhile program, examining it in both aspects of team performance and its attractiveness as a spectator sport. 2.For these reasons we feel that Lacrosse should be funded as an Intercollegiate Varsity sport. However, it should be made explicitly clear to the Senate, that funding Lacrosse through FSA funds this year, will result in an increase in the 1973-74 fiscal budget. This may result in the suspension of other programs, events, and organizations in Student Ass 'n, either athletic or non-athletic. 3.The committee feels that the Indoor Track program should not be funded. Again the Senate must realize HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. ~ossgraber President of The Senate that should it be funded, this program mist be absorbed in the budget, as was the case in the Lacrosse recommendation. However, the committee feels that the indoor track pro=gram, while open to all students, is primarily utilized as a training and conditioning program for Cross Country and Outdoor Track personnel, and is not conducive to offering greater partizipation on the part of more students in the Intercollegiate program. 4. The committee, noting that all tentaively scheduled meets are of an "away" character, and assuming that the spectator appeal of indoor track does not exceed that of outdoor track, (despite the fact that cross country and track have "home" events), recognizes that the program offers little oppurtunity to increase Intercollegi-te spectator oppurtunities. 5. The purpose of recruiting is to observe praspective high school and transfer atheletes and to enable coaches to invite these prospective athletes to SUCO to examine its facilities,both athletic and academic. These monies will cover the expense of the coaches'transportation and meals. 6. Again, this area of expense, as others, should be examined by the atheletic advisory board. HEWI?l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, September 19, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Agenda 4.Approval of the Senate Minutes of 9-12-72 5. Executive Reports: a. Vice President: 6. Co'm'ittee Reports : . .*.-. 1. Academic Affairs 2. Elections 3. Finance 4. Judiciary 5. Rules 6. Student Affairs 7. Old Business Appropriation Bills Bill #7 Legislative Bills 8. New Business Appropriation Bills Bill #15 Bill #16 Bill #17 Bill #18 Bill #19 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 0. dXossqraber President of The Senate 8. New Business (cont.) Legislative Bills Bill #2O Bill #21 9. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 4 8th Legislative Session llth Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 Senate Minutes The llth Senate Meeting was called to order at 5:52 p.m. Senators not present were: Fred Bartle; Eugene Chermack; Tim Hewitt,(sub Darcy Lee); J.A. Miller; John Neveu,(sub Patty Hann); and Dave Robinson. Senator Gates then moved to approve the agenda, which was seconded by Senator Harmony and passed by a hand vote. There were no additions or corrections to the minutes of September 12, and Senator Harmony moved to accept the minutes. This was seconded by Senator Bednarak and carried by a hand vote. Executive Report: Vice-president Mossgraber noted that the committee preference sheets were included in the agenda. He asked the chairmen to contact those members of their committees, concerning the size and membership of their committee. He noted an asterisk is after the names of those % Senators who chose that committee as their preference. Ted Klein's resignation was announced. Senator Sullivan made a motion to accept his resignation, which was seconded by Senator Harmony and accepted by a hand vote. It was noted that the Writ of Election was distributed to each senator and they were urged to read it carefully. Also, applications for Who's Who are available and due by Friday, September 22, 1972. As of yet there was no progress in the problem of allowing students 17 years old into Student Association sponsored functions where alcohol is served. Committee Reports: Academic Affairs-report was given by Senator Pelkey. She asked any senators who are interested in this committee or in working on Faculty Evaluation to contact her. Finance Committee-the minutes were included as an agenda item. Judiciary Committee-Chairman Tim OIShaughnessy announced that the Legal Aids meetings have gone well, and the Legal Aids Board will determine which cases will be considered for further class action. Student Affairs Committee-Senator Kronenbitter announced that she will contact senators interested in this committee. Rules Committee-Senator Claffey announced that he will contact senators interested in this committee.

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Old Business : Bill 7 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded 1 by Senator Harmony. Senator Sullivan moved the bill to be tabled until Student Affairs Committee can meet with the Senate Finance Committee. This was seconded by Senator Gates. Senator Kronenbitter asked that the bill be refered to committee, which was accepted by Senator Sullivan. Discussion was held and representatives spoke for the Consumer Guide Program. Senator Gates moved to cease debate and this was seconded by Senator Kronenbitter. Avote was taken, and was defeated, 13 yes and 10 no., and debate continued. Senator Kronenbitter moved the question, which was seconded by Senator Sullivan and passed by a hand vote to cease debate.A vote was then taken and Bill 7 was refered to committee by a vote of 19-yes, 4-no. A joint meeting between the Consumer Guide Program, Student Affairs, and the Senate Finance Committee was scheduled for Friday at 3:30 p.m. New Business: Bill 15 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator OIShaughnessy. Senator Sullivan gave the Finance Committee report, and amended the billflto delete educational tourss reduce office supplies by $5.00 and add $75.00 for publicity." this was seconded by Senator Gates and passed by a vote of 12-yes, 9-no, and 2-abs. The bill was further amended by Senator DiNatale. and seconded by Senator Grasso. This amendment, "added educational tours, and deleted publicity," and carried by a vote of 13-yes, 9-no, and 1-abs. Senator Sullivan then moved to cease debate and Bill 15 carried by a vote of 18-yes, 5-abs. 3 Bill 16 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Harmony. Senator Sullivan spoke for the Finance Committee, and moved that this bill be refered to the Senate Finance Committee. This was seconded by Senator Kronenbitter. Discussion was held and Senator Wicks called the question. Bill 16 was refered to committee by a vote of 21-yes. a Bill 17 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Gates. Senator Sullivan gave the Finance report, and discussion was held. Senator Wicks called the question and Bill 17 passed by a vote of 19-yes, 1-no, and 2-abs. Bill 18 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Moore. Senator Sullivan gave the Senate Finance report, and a long discussion followed. Senator Gates moved to amend the bill, the total sum then becoming $1175.00, which was seconded by Senator Sullivan. Debate continued and Senator McCormack moved to cease debate, which was seconded by Senator Kronenbitter. This move was defeated and discussion continued. Senator Harmony then called the question on the amendment, which was defeated by a vote of 3-yes, 18-no, andl-abs. Senator OIShaughnessy then noted that since the Football Club was not a recognized Student Association club and did not have a constitution, they could not be funded by Student Association. The Senate then voted on the billyafter the 4 chair called the question. It carried, 16-yes, 4-no, and 2-abs. Bill 19 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Claffey. Senator Gates spoke for the Finance Committee and after a discussion, Senator Harmony called the question. Bill

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19 passed by a vote of 19-yes, and 2-abs. Bill 20 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded 44 by Senator Harmony. Senator Sullivan gave the Finance report. Senator Pelkey amended the bill to deleteflrecruiting" and Senator Claffey seconded this amendment. Senator OIShaughnessy moved the question on the amendment which carried by a vote of 20-yes. Senator Claffey then amended the bill further, by stating that the balance, now reading $1920.00 after recruiting was readded, be placed "in an Athletic Contingency Fund, whose use shall be subject to the advice of the Athletic Advisory Board." This amendment carried, by a vote of 16-yes and 2-abs. The chair then called the question and Bill 20 carried by a vote of 16 in favor, 4-opposed and 2 abstentions. Bill 21 was introduced by the Election Committee and seconded by Senator Sullivan. Senator Ksystyniak announced that a friendly amendment had been accepted and that "c" under Section I11 had been deleted. Senator Kronenbitter then made another friendly amendment to state that allocations in Section I1 bel'from the Senate Fund." This was accepted as a friendly amendment. Senator Claffey then moved for a five minute recess, which was carried by a hand vote. Discussion continued after the recess and Senator Claffey proposed a friendly amendment which was also accepted. Section XVI was deleted and another Section XVL was added, with the heading of 4 "candidates". This section read, The candidate who receives the greatest number of votes cast for any office shall be elected to that office. In cases where there are plurality of seats available, those candidates receiving the most votes shall be seated in order of those votes cast, until those seats are filled for that office. To be validly elected, each candidate must receive 10% of the vote." The chair then called the question and Bill 21 carried by a vote of 21 infavor. New Business : The chair announced that at the next Senate meeting, Senators will be appointed for the Election Committee. Senator Pelkey made a motion to adjourn, which was seconded by Senator Kronenbitter and carried by a hand vote. Senate stood adjourned at 10:32 p.m. Respectfully submitted Ruth Knapp

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Senators Brian Angel1 4 Fred Bartle Beverly Bednarak Mary Bucher Eugene Chermack Mike Claffey Charles Dinatale Karen Douglas Debbie Ellwanger Greg Gates Margaret Grasso Sue Greenstein Dan Harmony Tim Hewitt 4 %eH& Ann Kronenbitter Bill Ksystyniak Sue McCormack J.A. Miller Tom Moore John Neveu Tim OfShaughnessy Chris Pelkey Louise Riebling Dave Robinson Kathy Sullivan Kathy White Jeff Wicks cease debate table

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refer B. 16 senators Brian Angel1 Fred Bartle Beverly Bednarak Mary Bucher Eugene Chermack Mike Claffey Charles Dinatale Karen Douglas Debbie Ellwanger Greg Gates Margaret Grasso Sue Greenstein Dan Harmony Tim Hewitt 4 Te&K3 e &-A Ann Kronenbitter Bill Ksystyniak Sue McCormack J.A. Miller Tom Moore John Neveu Tim OIShaughnessy Chris Pelkey Louise Riebling Dave Robinson Kathy Sullivan Kathy White a Jeff Wicks

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A.l A.2 Senators B.18 B.19 B.20 B.20 Brian Angel1 4 Fred Bartle Beverly Bednarak Mary Bucher Eugene Chermack Mike Claffey Charles Dinatale Karen Douglas Debbie Ellwanger Greg Gates Margaret Grasso Sue Greenstein Dan Harmony Tim Hewitt 4 TedK&eG Ann Kronenbitter Bill Ksystyniak Sue McCornlack J.A. Miller Tom Moore John Neveu Tim OtShaughnessy Chris Pelkey Louise Riebling Dave Robinson Kathy Sullivan Kathy White Jeff Wicks

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senators Fred Bartle Beverly Bednarak Mary Bucher Eugene Chermack Mike Claffey Charles Dinatale Karen Douglas Debbie Ellwanger Greg Gates Margaret Grasso Sue Greenstein Dan Harmony Tim Hewitt 4 Ann Kronenbitter Bill Ksystyniak Sue McCormack J.A. Miller Tom Moore John Neveu Tim OIShaughnessy Chris Pelkey Louise Riebling Dave Robinson Kathy Sullivan .4 Kathy White Jeff Wicks

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SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE Meeting was called to order at 3:40 p.m. Present were Senators Claffey, O'Shaughnessy, Gates, and Sullivan. The appointment to the committee of Acting Senator Charles DiNatale was approved. ( 40 1 1. Sheldon Forensic Club Representatives: Robert Nesbitt, Ann Barber. Request: $1406. Discussion: The representatives explained that the monies requested would be spent in three major areas: a high school Forensics workshop to be held in October, a College Invitational tournament to be held in April, and expenses for six tournaments to be held throughout the school year at various colleges across the state. The club plans to attend four tournaments this semester; expenses for these tournaments include transportation, room and board, and tournament registration fees. Recommendation: The Finance Committee recommends that $854 be appropriated (This money would fund the activities planned for this semester, four tournaments and the high school workshop.) The committee could prefer to see this organization funded on a per-semester basis and requests that a program evaluation form be completed by the organization and a separate request be filed for next semester. (Recommended : 5-0-0) 2. Lake Shore Amateur Radio Club Representatives: Doug Warren, Bill Fischer. Request: $1278. Recommendation: The committee recommends that Lake Shore Amateur Radio Club not be appropiated monies for new equipment this year. The representatives explained that the requests for new equipment were

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generally to service the club's expansion. Since the size of the club has not substantially increased over the past year, nor has the college community made use of its services to any great degree (20 people took advantage of the organization's overseas telephone service last year), the committee recommends that $221 be allocated to Lake Shore Amateur Radio Club to cover the operational expenses for the 1972-1973 academic year. (Recommended 4-0-1)

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 amas '5% Surton President September 26, 1972 James Mossgraber President of the Senate Sir : Please consider this letter formal notification of the appointment of Jon Levine as Chief Justice of the Student Association Supreme Court. The associate justice nominees shall be presented to the Senate Judiciary Committee this week. Also, in accordance with SAVAC corporate by-laws, I am appointing Charles DiNatale to their board of directors. It is a pleasure and privilege to present these two outstanding individuals to the Senate for consideration. Thoma-s-,H. Burton -. 1 ~rksident St'udent Association HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, Sepen3er 26, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of the Senate Minutes of 9-19-72 5. Executive reports: a. President b. Vice-president 6. Committee Reports: 1. Academic Affairs 2. Elections 3. Finance 4. Judiciary 5. Rules 6. Student Affairs 7. Old Business ~ppropriation Bills Bill #7 Legislative Bills 8. New Business Appropriation Bills Bill #22 Bill #23 Bill #24 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. ~oss9~abe~ President of The Senate 8. New Business (con't. ) Legislative Bills Bill #25 Bill #26 Bill #27 9. Ad j ournment HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association ~tste University College at 3swego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 26, 1972 Senate Minutes The 12th Senate Meeting was called to order at 5:45 p.m. Senators not present were: Karen Douglas and Tim Hewitt Vice-president Mossgraber announced that as part of reciprocity between the Student Association Senate and the Faculty Assembly, the newly elected Faculty Assembly representatives are Professors Hanks, Sachidanandan, and Moore. These representatives were accepted as new Senators by a hand vote. Senator Gates amended the agenda to add the nominee for the Athletic Advisory Council. This is to be placed under agenda item #7, prior to the Appropriation Bills. Also, Resolution #8 was added after the last bill, agenda item #8. This was seconded and the agenda was amended by a hand vote. The agenda was thex accepted by a hand vote. There was one coprection to the minutes of September 19, 1972. Under Bill 15, Amendment #2 was "adding educational toursff, but not deleting publicity. The minutes were accepted by a hand vote. Executive report: President Burton discussed the aspects of Student Associaitons's joining the Student Association of the State University. He remarked that There would be no financial commitment on the part of Student Association. Further, he stated his belief that here was a state-wide need for student unity, and the organization is not as radical as in past years. President Burton and three Senators will be attending a conference this weekend in Binghamton concerning this organization. Vice-president Mossgraber introduced Dr. Rock, who introduced the newly appointed assistent in the Vice-president of Student Affairs' Office. She is Miss Brooks and will be in charge of budget and student personal in Dr. ~ockk office. The treasury report was not an oversight, and the finance department will audit a book with the financial report from the department. Senators will now obtain their Senate packet in their mailboxes prior to the meetings. Committee Reports: Academic Affairs-report was given by the Chairman, Senator Pelkey. Meetings will be heid on ~uesda~s, at 4: 30 in the -upper lounge of the Hewitt Union. Agenda items presently under consideration are Faculty Evaluation and the Mediation Process. A new svstem of book securitv is being considered for the library and new iieas are underway a for a different grading system. Elections-Senator Ksystyniak announced that petitions are availab&e for the vacant Senate seats. Senator Pelkey made a motion to accept Senator Ksystyniak as the Chairman of the Fall Elections. This was seconded by Senator McCormack and accepted by a hand vote.

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-2'Financenthe minutes were included as Harmony moved to accept the minutes. Bednarek and passed by a hand vote. Judiciary-no report Rules-no report an agenda item and Senator This was seconded by Senator Student Affairs-there was a joint meeting held with the Senate Finance Committee and the representatives from the Consumer Guide Program. The committees supported the program, with the stipulations placed on it by the Senate. Old Business : Senator Gates nominated student-at-large, John Hurley, for representation on the Athletic Advisorv Council. This was seconded bv Senator Sullivan. Senator ~ronenbitter moved to accept this nomination and it carried by a hand vote. Senator Pelkey then nominated Senator Gates for one of the Senator representatives to the Athletic Advisory Council. This was seconded by Senator Bednarek. Senator Angel1 nominated Senator Ksystyniak for the other Senatorial representative, which was seconded by Senator Neveu. Senator Claffey then moved to close nominations which was seconded by Senator Neveu and the nominations were accepted. Bill ?-Was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Robinson. Senator Kronenbitter moved to amend the bill to add after the first paragraph,"Further be it enacted that the committee will inplemement the following stipulations: 1) there be a positve-neutral rating system, 2) there be rating on prices and not on services, 3) there be an evaluation of student consumer priorities leading to a more realistic survey." It was noted that these three stipulations were decided upon in the joint meeting between Student Affairs coinrnittee and the Senate Finance Committee. Discussion was held and Senator Kronenbitter called the question. The amendment passed, 16-yes, 5-no, and 4-abs. Further discussi~n was held and Senator Harmony moved to amend the bill further by amending the sum of $1500.00 to $1150.00. This was defeated by a vote of 6-yes, 11-no, and 5-abs. The question was then called and Bill 7 passed 13-yes, 8-no, and 3-abs. Bill 22-was sponsored by Jeff Wicks. Senator Wicks moved to introduce the bill, and this was seconded by Senator Ksystyniak. Senator Gates moved to have the bill refered to the Finance Committee, and returned to the Senate next week. This was seconded by Senator Kronenbitter and discussion was held. The referal of the bill was defeated by a vote of 10-yes, 12-no and 1-abs. Senator Harmony then called the question on Bill 22 and it carried, 19-yes, and 4-abs. Bill 23-was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Bednarack. Senator Sullivan gave the Finance Committee report and amended the bill from "$1278.00 to $210.00." Discussion was held and the chair called the question on the amendment. The amendment carried by a vote of 20-yes, 2-no and 1-abs. Senator Harmony then called the question on Bill 23 and it carried, 19-yes, 2-no, and 1-abs.

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Bill 24-was introduced by the Senate Finance Committee and seconded by Senator Bednarak. Senator Sullivan amended the bill to allocate 4 "$854.00 and not $1406.00". Senator Moore made a friendly amendment to Senator Sullivan to allocate $20.00 for fees and Senator Sullivan accepted this, changing the total amount requested to $874.00. Senator Harmony called the question on the amendment and it carried by a vote of 21-yes, and 1-abs. Senator Sullivan then called the question on the bill, which carried, 22-yes, and 1-abs. Bill 27-was introduced byJeff Wicks and seconded by Senator Harmony. Discussion was held and Senator Harmony called the question. Bill 27 carried by a vote of 17-yes, 2-no, and 4-abs. Bill 25-was introduced by the executive council of the Judiciary Committee and seconded by Senator Wicks. Senator OtShaughnessy amended the bill to add under #III,"The President of Student Association, the Vice-president of Student Association or his designee, the Treasurer of Student Association or his designee, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee or his designee, etc." This was seconded by Senator Neveu and carried by a vote of 20-yes. The question was then called on Bill 25 and it passed, 22-yes. Bill 26-was introduced by Senator Harmony and seconded by Senator Bednarek. Discussion was held and the Chair stepped down to speak on the bill. Senator Claffey took over the duties of the Chair and Vice-president Mossgraber urged the Senate to refer the Bill to the Judiciary Committee, until the Senate can be given further information after a meeting in Binghamton this weekend concerning 4 the Student Association of the State University. He then resumed the duties of the chair. Senator Sachi introduced a motion to refer this bill to the Judiciary Committee for reconsideration and this passed by a hand vote. Senator DiNatale made a motion to appoint three senators to accompany the President of Student Association to the conference. This was seconded by Senator Moore and carried by a vote of 21-yes and 1-abs. Senator Sachi then made a motion to allot $s.00 per person/per day for expenses. This money is to be from the Senate Fund. This carried by a vote of 18-yes, 3-abs. Resolution 8-was introduced by Senator Gates and seconded by Senator Bednarek. Discussion was held and Treasurer Lamkey pointed out that only one meal sacrifice is allow per semester. Senator Wicks called the question and the resolution carried, 10-yes, 6-no and 7-abs. Senator Clafgey charged all committees to use their right of reciprocity at the Faculty Assembly mze+& +hi= wk. Senator Bednarek then made a motion to adjouen, which was seconded by Senator Harmony and carried by a hand vote. Senate stood adjourned at 8:58 P.M. submitted, Ruth Knapp

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refer B7 B 22 Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso J Sen. re en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter 4 Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. O'Shaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White -Sen. Wicks

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Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso J Sen. ree en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Ksys tyniak .Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OtShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White L4 Sen. Wicks

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Senat or s Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso J Sen. ree en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OIShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossqraber President of The Senate Academic Affairs Committee Minutes September 26, 1972 A. Regular meetings of the Academic Affairs Committee will be on Tuesdays at 4:30 in the Upper Lounge of Hewitt Union. B. Faculty Evaluation was discussed. The following coordinators are needed for the departments of: Business Chemistry Computer Science Geography Germanic-Slavic Languages Spanish-Italian Languages Physics Political Science Speech and Theatre C. Also discussed was a possible questionnaire for faculty members, which would serve as a compliment to the students' view of course. All ideas are welcome concerning this questionnaire. D. There will be a meeting with the Student Affairs Council of Faculty Assembly at 4:15 on Thursday in room 217 in the Hewitt Union. This will be to work on the selection process of the Mediation Panel. The two councils will be meeting together to work on the selection later this semester. Our representative to Council is Debbie Ellwanger. E. The library is working on an idea for a new system for book check-outs. Susie McCormack is in charge of this work and will contact Faculty Assembly Library Council. F. Senator Mary Bucher was elected to Academic Affairs of Faculty Assembly. They are working for a new system of grading. Again, any ideas are welcome. 4 G. Senator Dan Harmony was selected by the Academic Affairs Committee to be representative to Faculty Assembly Admissions Council. HEWiTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 fames 9. fissgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, October 3, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes of 9-26-72 5. Executive Reports a. President b. Vice-president c. Treasurer 6. Committee Reports a. Academic Affairs b. Elections c. Judiciary d. Rules e. Student Affairs 7. Old Business a. Appropriation Bills 1. Bill #7 2. Bill #16 b. Legislative Bills 1. Bill #21 2. Bill #26 8. New Business a. Finance Committee Report and Minutes Approval b. Appropriations Bills 1. Resolution #9 c. Legislative Bills 1. Bill #28 9. Ad j ournment HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association Senate State University College at Oswego 8th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting October 3, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:44 p.m. Senators not present were: John Neveu, Tim Hewitt (sub-patty Hann) Mr. Dever was appointed to represent Ted Klein from Oneida Hall until another Senator is elected. Senator Kronenbitter amended the agenda to included the reconsideration of Bill 21. This was seconded by Senator Mc Cormack and is placed under Old Business, before Bill 26. This carried by a hand vote. The date was changed on the agenda to October 3, 1972. Senator Claffey amended the agenda to include under Executive Reports, a report from the Treasurer, Mr. Lamkey. This was seconded by Senator Kszystyniak and carried by a hand vote. Senator Pelkey amended the agenda to include a Resolution, to be placed under New Business, before Legislative Bills. This was seconded by Senator Kronenbitter and carried. The agenda then carried by a hand vote. Senator Gates noted that $13.00 was allocated for the Senator's trip to Binghamton, and not $14.00. Senator Claffey did not specify "meeting this week" in an announcement prior to adjournment. The question 4was then called on the minutes of September 26, 1972 and carried by a hand vote. Executive Reports: President Burton stressed the importance of taking action one way or the other on the Student ~ssociation of the State University, He feels that it is most important for our decision making body to endorse S.A.S.U. S.U.C.O. is now a member of National Student Lobbying. Also, members will be appointed to the Student Health Delivery System. Mr. Burton urged Senators to tell their constituency about voter registration and the voter information center. Anyone is asked to call the S.A. office for information. Vice-president Mos.sgraber addressed the Senate, urging cooperation between the Legislative and Executive branches of the Student Association. Treasurer Lamkey pointed out mistakes and clarified the audit the Senators had received. He also answered questions concerning the audit. Committee Reports Academic Affairs-Senator Pelkev announced that a resolution will be introduced concerning Faculty kvaluation. Also, plans are underway to change the curriculum in many department. Elections-Senator Kszystyniak announced that Dr.Rock will make a master list available for the elections by Friday. Also, petitions and copies of the Election bill are available at the dorms and the S.A. office. Elections are next Thursday and I.E. VWdnesday

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Judiciary Committee-Senator OtShaughnessy announced that Lou Ann Barbi was appointed for the position of Associate Justice. Also, plans are being looked into for a larger Judiciary,-. This committee will review the constitution in the fuixre and possibly amend it in parts. Rules Committee-Senator Claffey announced that the members of this committee have copies of the committees minutes. This committee is considering a new method of presenting bills and resolutions. Senator Ellwanger is obtaining information on the voting records of Representatives in the Senate and House of Represenatives. Student Affairs-Senator Kronenbitter announced that she has met with Mr. DiSanto, the director of Food Service, and Mr. Bell concerning dinner meals for the Senators. The Senators will eat dinner at a specified time, with the on-campus residents acquiring transfers from their dining halls and the communters meals will be charged to S.A. Senator Kronenbitter moved that Senate now meet at 5:00 p.m. and recess for dinner from 6:30 to 7:15. This was seconded by Senator McCormack and a friendly amendment was accepted to place a limit of $1.60 on Senators meals. Senator Harmony called the question and this passed by a hand vote. Student Affairs meets Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Old Business The Finance Committee minutes are included as an agenda item and Senator Claffey moved to accept the minutes. Thsi was seconded by Senator Ellwanger and carried. Bill 7 was vetoed by the President and returnedto the Senate for reconsideration. Senator Wicks moved to reconsider the bill and this was seconded by Senator DiNatale. President Burton asked the Senate to reconsider a new bill, omitting stipulations #1 and2 as on the original bill. He felt that he doesn't see where a Consumer Guide would be more valuable with the stipulations than without. He also pointed out that merchants would have more respect for a program where positive and negative comments were made. He explained how the teams would investigate a business and their format of rating. Prices were quoted and numbers of copies approximated, stating that the guide would have greater influence oh the public if more copies were available. He also stated that the merchants will know what is being placed in the guide concerning their establishment. The possibility of liability was also discussed at length. Senator Gates moved the question, which was seconded by Senator Claffey and carried b hand vote to cease debate. Bill 7 remaind vetoed by a vote of 26, and 1-abs. Bill 16 was introduced by the Senate Finance Committe a d seconded by Senator Gates. Discussion was held and Senator E&h&made an amendment to specify that this money is to be appropriated from second semesters Program Fund. This carried by a vote of 16-yes, 9-no, and 1-abs. Senator OtShaughnessy then called the question on Bill 16 and it passed, 23-yes, 2-no, and 1-abs. Senator Gates called for special orders of the day to reconsider Bill 22. Senator Harmony called the question, and by a vote of 21-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs, Bill 22 was .reconsidered. Discussion was held and Senator Gates moved to have Bill 22 rescinded. Senator Harmony seconded this and called the question. By a vote of 15-yes, 9-no and 1-abs., Bill 22

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stood as previously passed because of a lack of 2/3 vote (17). Senator Sullivan then called for a division of the house, and the bill still stood as previously passed, by a vote of 16-yes, 8-no, and 2-abs. 4 Senators Angel1 and Robinson then changed their votes from 1-no and 1-abs. to 2-yes, and Bill 22 is rescinded. Senator Wicks then called for special orders of the day to introduce a bill similar to Bill 7, without stipulations 1 and 2. This was seconded by Mr. DiNatale and was defeated by a vote of 9-yes, 13-no, and 3-abs. Senator Claffey then declared Bill 22 as unconstitutional because it had not been refered to the Senate Finance Committee. Discussion was held and Senator Kronenbitter moved to return to the agenda. At this time Vice-president Mossgraber turned the meeting over to President Pro-Tempore Claffey. Senator Pelkey then moved to reconsider Bill 21, which was seconded by Senator Kronenbitter and carried. She asked that voting not be held in Ontario Hall and Ontario Hall be deleted from the Election Bill. This carried by a vote of 25-yes. Senator Sachi then called the question on the Bill, which carried, 25-yes. Senator Pelkey urged senators^.-to find out from their .constituency if they want Faculty Evaluation conducted this semester. Any names and addresses of interested people should be given to Senator Pelkey. 4 Senator Sachi then moved to adjourn, which was seconded by Senator Hsrmony and carried by a hand vote. Senate stood adjourned at 9:25 p.m. Respectfully submitted,

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Reconsider R7 Special R1Fi nrdPrs rescind -FLzL Senators Sen. Angel1 4, Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso 1 Sen. re en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter 4 Sen. Ksystyniak + Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OIShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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Senators Rescind JLa Special Qrxlexs Sen. Angel1 .4 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso J Sen. ree en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter -. Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack -. Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OIShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames. 9. fissgsaber President of The Senate Senate Finance Committee -Minutes of the meeting of September 27, 1972: The meeting was called to order at 3:30 p.m. Present were Senators OIShaughnessy, Gates, DiNatale, and Sullivan. The resignation of Senator Michael Claffey from'the Senate Finance Committee was approved. (2-0-2) 1. Shuttle bus supplementary request ........ $2320. Representative: Mr. William Tucker, Business Manager, Faculty-Student Association. Discussion: Mr. Tucker explained to the committee that the Faculty Student Association appropriated $10,000 to fund the Shuttle bus program for the 1972-73 school year. At a cost of $42.50 per bus, the program can run through March 1st on the F.S.A. allocation. The Student Association is being asked to supplement this allocation, which would provide bus service through the last day of classes in May.(at a cost of $40.00 per bus, per day the total needed to run the buses for the year is $12,320.) Recommendation: The committee felt that the Shuttle bus program was one which has benefitted the entire college community, and therefore recommends that the Senate grant the entire allocation. The committee further recommends that, should the Student Association be asked to partially fund this program next year, that it be considered as a part of the 1973-74 budget. (Recommended 4-0-0). 2. German Club Request ........ $75. Representative: Rebecca Cowles. Discussion: The German club representative discussed a film festival the club is sponsoring this fall. There are three showings planned: HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames '3. cMossgraber President of The Senate Title of Film Date and Place of Showing Cost "Alie Jahre September 12th, Rich Hall Free Wieder" "The Three Penny Opera" October loth, Rich Hall $75 "Der Junge ~grless" November 7th, Rich Hall Free The organization is assuming financial responsibility for publicity and postage. Recommendation: The committee felt that the film for which monies were requested would be of interest to the entire college comminity, not only those interested in the German language. The committee also notes the initiative of the organization in seeking out free films and therefore recommends that the entire allocation be approved by the Senate. (passed 4-0-0) The meeting was adjourned at 4 : 45 P.M. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, October 10, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Senate Minutes of 10-3-72 5. Committee Reports a. Academic Affairs b. Elections c. Finance d. Judiciary e. Rules f. Student Affairs 6. Old Business a. Appropriation Bills 1. None b. Legislative Bills 1. Bill #26 2. Bill #28 3. Resolution #9 7. New Business a. Appropriation Bills 1. None b. Appointments to the Health Maintanence Committee c. Legislative Bills 1. Bill #29 2. Bill #30 3. Bill #31 4. Bill #32 5. Bill #33 HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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.Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting October 10, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Douglas, Sen. Greenstein(sub-Miss Camberari), Sen. Hewitt (sub-Miss Hann), Sen. Robinson (sub-Mr. Schifferly). Vice-president Mossgraber announced that the SAS3 central office is now located in Albany, and the hot line will soon be in service in Buffalo for all students. Also, President Burton has appointed Nick Ventimiglia to the Legal Aids Council. Senator OfShaughnessy made known the appointment of LuAnn Barbi to the Supreme Court. President Burton asked Vice=President Mossgraber to have two Senators appointed to the Steering Committee for the Health Maintenance Organization. Vice-president Kossgraber also announced the resignation of Sen. OfShaughnessy from the Senate Finance Committee. Sen. Claffey then moved to amend the agenda to include Bill 33, which was seconded by Sen. Bednarack and passed.by a hand vote. Sen. Gates moved to amend the agenda to include the appointment of two Senators to the Planning Committee of the Health Maintenance Organization, under New Business, prior to Appropriation Bills. This was seconded by Sen. Kszystyniak and carried by a hand vote. The agznda was then approved by a hand vote. Sen. Kszystyniak then moved to change the readings in the minutes to read that voting will take place on Wednesday and Thursday. Under Judiciary Committee report, Sen. O'Shaughnessy asked that "committee" be deleted, and will now read," ... into for a larger Judiciary." Sen. Claffey noted,that the voting on Bill 7 was 26-no. Sen. Angel1 amended Bill 16, not Sen. Harmony. The minutes were then approved by a hand vote. Committee Reports : Academic AffairsSen. Pelkev announced that the administration is now empowered to tow cars in theJwinter that are illegally parked. ElectionsSen. Kszystyniak announced that the ellections will take place Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Publicity was distri5uted to the dorms and a master list was made available. Also, expenditures of the candidates must be recorded, and he urged the Senators to remind their constituency of this. Finance-Sen. Sullivan announced that the minutes are included as an agenda item. Also, a Finance sub-committee was set up with the Program Policy Board so constFtuencies can be better informed with the Program Policy Board. The minutes were approved by a hand vote. JudiciarySen. O'Shaughnessy announced that this committees recornrnendation on Bill 26 is included with the bill. RulesSen. Claffey announced that this committee has decided that action ill skarrld be taken if a Senator is absent for three consecutive Senate meetings. Student Affairs-Sen. Kronenbitter announced that the meetings are held at 4:00 on Tuesdays. More information will be available on Summer Session.

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Sen. Sachi made a suggestion to this committee, that they explore the possibilities of the President of the College address the Senate on plans for future of the college structure. Vice-president Mossgraber announced that he will ask the President to speak on the reorganization plans for the college. Sen.Ann Moore moved that the Vice-president invite the President to address the Senate. This was seconded by Sen. McCormack. Old Business Bill 26was,introduced by the Senate Judiciary Committee and sponsored by President Burton. It was seconded by Senator OIShaughnessy. Sen. Sachi moved to amend the bill to inc1ude"without any financial obligation to the Student Association of the State University Inc. at the present time," at the end of #1. This was seconded by SBn. Harmony and carried, 27-yes. Sen. O'Shaughnessy then made a motion to consider the bill in two parts,with Part 2 beginning with,IfTherefore in conjunction with the intent. .."This was seconded by Sen. Nevey and carried 26-yes, 1-abs. Senate then recessed from 6:35 to 7:20 for dinner. Sen. O'Shaughnessy then moved all questions and closed discussion of Bill 26. This was seconded by Sen. Harmony and carried by a hand vote. Part 2 then carried, 15-yes, 3-no, and 8-abs. Bill 26 then passed, 25-yes, 1-abs. Sen. OIShaughnessy then moved to reconsider Bill 26, which was seconded by Sen, Harmony and the question was called. By a vote of 16-yes, 9-no, and 1-abs, Bill 26 was not reconsidered. Sen. Sachi then moved for a Division of the House, which was defeated, 13-yes, 13-no. Bill 28was introduced by the Rules Committee and seconded by Sen. Bednarek. Sen. Claffey spoke on the bill, and a friendly amendment was made to delete lffloorlf and add "agenda" wherever it applies in the bill. This was seconded by Sen. Hanks and Bill 28 carried by a vote of 26-yes. Resolution 9was introduced by the Academic Affairs Committee and seconded by Sen. White. Sen. Pelkey spoke on the resolution znd asked that it be changed to Bill 34. This was seconded by Sen McCormack and it carried by a hand vote, to vote on the decision to change it from a resolution to a bill. A vote was then taken and Resolution 9 Secame Bill 34 by a vote of 25-yes, 1-no and 0-abs. Bill 34 then carried 14-yes, 9-no and 2-abs. Sen. Pelkey then asked Senators to give her names of people interested in working on the evaluation. New Business : Appointments were then made to the Steering Committee of the Health Maintenance Organization. Sen. Kszystyniak nominated Sen. Bednarek; Sen. Harmony nominated Sen. Kronenbitter, however she chose not to accept; Sen. DiNatale nominated Sen. Ellwanger; Mr. Schifferly nominated Sen. Robinson. Sen. Harmony then moved to close nominations and by a secret ballot vote, Senators Bednarek and Ellwanger were elected. Lq Bill 29 was introduced by Sen. Claffey and seconded by Sen. Bednarek. Sen. Claffey spoke on the bill and discussion was held. By a vote of 22-yes, and 1-abs., Bill 29 was carried.

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Bill 30was intorduced by Sen. Claffey and seconded by Sen. Sullivan. Sen. Claffey moved to table the bill for one week, until more Senators are present at the meeting. This was seconded by Sen. Kronenbitter andcarriedbyavoteof22-yes. Bill 31was introduced by Sen. Claffey and seconded by Sen. Kszystyniak. Discussion was held and Sen. Harmony called the question. Bill 31 carried, 22-yes. Bill 32was introduced by Sen. Claffey and seconded by Sen. Gates. Discussion was held and Sen. Wicks called the question. Bill 32 carried, 22-yes. Bi1133was introduced by the Director of Finance and Seconded by Sen. Sullivan. An amendment was made by Sen. Gates, to include,ITThis bill shall be retroactive to September 1, 1972. The amendment carried, 21-yes, and Bill 33 carried, 21-yes and 1-no. Sen. Pelkey announced that a meeting will be held on Monday, October 16, in Hewitt Union at 7:30 to work on Faculty Evaluation. There will be an Intercollegiate Athletic Advisory Council Meeting on Thursday, October 12, at 4:30. Sen. Harmony then moved to adjourn, which was seconded by Sen. Pelkey and carried by a hand vote. Senate stood adjourned at 9:28 p.m. Respectfully submitted, {.CLt.fL..' ,A !:. !. : CJ I' ; Ruth Knapp

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Senators ,Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso J Sen. re en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter 4 Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OtShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks Part 1 JLLfi a 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 Part 2 a a Y Y Y. Y -Y Y a Y n a Y Y Y a n Y a a n Y a Y Y Y Reconsidc J3-26 n n n '. Y n Y n a Y n Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n Y Y

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Senators .Sen. Angel1 h Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso 1 Sen. ree en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt 4 Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OIShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White -4 Sen. Wicks Reconsider

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table lL3.n ~.-...Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Sen. Douglas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter 4 Sen. Ksys tyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OtShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey . Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE 4 -Minutes of the meeting of October 4, 1972: The Senators meeting was called to order at 3:35 P.M. Present were OIShaughnessy, Gates, Diliatale, and Sullivan. Economics and Business Club. Representative: Mike Hajduk. Discussion: It was explained to the committee that the money requested was intended to act as the club's budget for projects planned for the 1972-73 school year. These include: the establishment of a tutorial program and an economics library (Rm. 209 Mahar Hall has been given to the organization for this purpose), guest speakers, and the publication of an alumni newsletter. The organization also hopes to act as a lobbying force for economics students within the Economics department to work for the establishment of a more extensive internship program within the department. The organization gave the following breakdown of the request: Tutoring materials .................. 40.00 Postage ............................. 30.00 Paper ............................... 10.00 Dittoes .............................. 5.00 Envelopes ............................ 5.00 Guests (transportation ............. 35.00 and dinners) .... Total.. 125.00 Recommendation: The Senate Finance Committee felt that the Economics and Business Club has planned a program which would be most beneficial to the college community, particularily those wishing to pursue an interest in the fields of business or economics. The committee approved the allocation of $125.00, but recommends the money not be used to stock the library until the possibility of donations from the Economics Department is investigated. (Approved 4-0-0). Student Art League. Representatives: Sharon Svolos, Mark Wahl. Request: $110 Discussion: The request for money was made in order to fund the Student Art Show (October 8 October 22) and Trial modelling session. The breakdown given was as follows:

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......................... makeup 22.60 ........................ food... 28.00 ......... paper eating utensils.. 5.00 ............ glass covers....... 25.00 ............. modelling session 30.00 (3 hrs/wk. for 1 month) Tota1.....110.60 Recommendation: The committee reminded the Art League to note that, in the future, Student Association be given enough time between the request for funds and the event itself to investigate and approve or disapprove such funds. The show, though, the committee felt was a worthwhile project and merited S.A. funding. The recommended appropriation for food was cut from $28 to $15 and the sum of $97.60 was approved for the Student Art Show. (Approved 4-0-0). The meeting was adjourned at 5:30 P.M.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. c7nosspsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, October 17, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Agenda 4. Approval of the Senate Minutes of 10-10-72 5. Executive Reports 1. Vice President a. Supreme Court nominations b. SAVAC Board of Directors nomination 2. President Pro Tempore 3. Election of President Pro Tempore 6. Committee Reports: 1. Academic Affairs 2. Elections 3. Judiciary 4. Rules 5. Student Affairs 7. Old Business Appropriation Bills Legislative Bills Bill #30 8. New Business Appropriation Bills Senate Finance Committee Report Bill #35 Bill lk36 Bill #37 Bill #38 Bill #39 HEWITl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate 8. New Business (cont.) Bill #40 Legislative Bills Bill #41 9. Adjournment HEWITT UNION a PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session -. 15th Senate Meeting October 17, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. Senators not present were: Mr. Dever; Sen. Douglas (sub-Miss Grant); Sen. Hanks; Sen. McCormack (sub-Miss McCarthy). Sen. Kszystyniak ,amended the agenda to place Bill 41, concerning the elections, prior to Bill 35, under New Business. This was seconded by Sen. Angell and carried by a hand vote. The question was then called, and the agenda was approved by a hand vote. Sen. Claffey noted that the minutes for the Rules Committee report should read,"the committee has decided that action will be taken..." The question was then called and the minutes were approved by a hand vote. Executive Report; Vice-President-Mossgraber announced that after meeting with Dr. Purdue, The President will address the Senate at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 24.1972. Dr. Purdue will speak on the topic of reorganization plans for the college. Also, Dr. Purdue has invited the Senate to his home to talk about various issues of concern, after his address to the Senate. A time for this is to be arranged. ,Supreme Court nominations of John Lavine for Chief Justice and Lu Ann Barbi for Associate Justice were announced. Sen. O'Shaughnessy moved to accept these nominations and it was seconded by Sen. Gates. Sen. OIShaughnessy called the question and it was seconded by Se. Sullivan. Mr. Lavlne's nomination was accepted, 26-yes, and Miss Barbi's nomination was also accepted 26-yes. As an appointment to the SAVAC Board of Directors, President Burton has appointed Mr. Charles DiNatale. This was accepted by the Senate, 25-yes, 1-abs. Vice-president Mossgraber then announced the resignation of Sen. Michael Claffey from the Senate. Sen. Claffey then addressed the Senate and conducted the election for the replacement for Preident Pro-tempore. Sen. Angell nominated Sen. Ksystyniak for the position, which was seconded by Sen. Harmony. Mr.DiNatale Nominated Sen. O'Shaughnessy, who declined the nomination. Sen. O'Shaughnessy then nominated Sen. Gates, and this was seconded by Sen. Greenstein. Sen. neveu nominated Sen. Harmony, who also declined the nomination. Sen. Anne Moore then closed nominations, which was seconded by Sen. Sullivan. Sen. Moore Made a motion to vote by a show of hands, which was seconded by Sen. Robinson. Sen. Sachi opposed the hand vote motion, and asked for a vote. By a vote of 2-yes, 21-110, and 1-abs., Sen, Moore's motion was defeated. Sen. Gates then moved that the vote be taken by secret ballot. This was seconded by Sen. Harmony and carried 22-yes, 2-no, and 1-abs, Sen. Wicks then moved to reconsider the election until after a full Senate is resent. Sen. -Sachi then moved the question and a hand vote ended debake. Nominations gere reopened and Mr. DiNatale nominated Sen. Gates, which was seconded by Sen. Ellwanger. Sen. Harmony then nominated Sen. Kszystyniak, and this was seconded by Sen. Angell. Sen. Bucher then nominated Sen.

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Kronenbitter, and was seconded by Sen. DiNatale. Sen Harmony moved to close nominations and was carried by a hand vote. By vote of secret ballot, Sen. Gregg Gates was elected President Pro-tempore. Committee Reports: Academic Affairs-Sen. Pelkey announced that the Faculty Evaluation Committee needs department coordinators for the Music and Art Departments. Also, there will be a Faculty Evaluation meeting on Friday, October 20, at 12:15 p.m. in the Hewitt Union Upper Lounge, concerning the professor survey. ElectionsSen. Kszystyniak spoke on the results of the S.A. elections and noted the results were given to each Senator. JudiciarySen. OrShaughnessy announced that this committee had interviewed the nominations for the Supreme Court and are now waiting for other appointments from the executive. RulesSen. Claffey announced that grounds for impeachment were discussed and the agenda was approved. Also, they made the reccomendation of Sen. Gates as the new chairman of this committee, left vacant by the resignation of Sen. Claffey. This carried by a hand vote. Student Affairs-Sen. Kronenbitter announced that this committee has voted on their sub-committees. She also noted that committee.meetings are held at 3:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Sen. Sachi then moved to recess, and this carried by a hand vote. Senate recessed form 6:30-7:15. Sen. OrShaughnessy motioned to accept the resignation of Sen. Claffey, which was seconded by Sen. Kszystyniak and carried by a hand vote. Old Business: Bill 30was introduced by Sen. Claffey and seconded by Mr. DiNatale. Discussion was held and the question was called. Bill 30 carried, 26-yes. New Business: Bill 41was introduced by the Senate Election Committee and seconded by Sen. OrShaughnessy. Sen. Pelkey made a motion to divide the bill into four parts, by Division of the Question; Partl-Oneida election; Part 2-Communter election; Part 3-Waterbury election;.and Part 4Onondaga election. This was seconded by Sen. Gates and carried by a hand vote. Part 1Sen. Kszystyniak explained the Election Committee report and recommendation. Discussion was held and Sen. Sachi moved the question. A hand vote was taken to cease debate and this carried. Part 1 was then stricken from the bill, by a vote of 11-yes, 14-no and 1-abs. Sen. A. Moore then moved that the Senate observe caution in regarding +e the Oneida election and the Election Committee findings. Part 2Sen. Kszystyniak gave the Election Committee report and a lengthy discussion followed. Representatives from the Communter Party were present and spoke on the Elections. Sen. OrShaughnessy moved the question and was seconded by Sen. Gates. A vote was then taken, and with 20-yes, 4-no, and 1-abs., debate ceased. A vote was then taken on Part 2, which carried 17-yes, 5-no and 4-abs. Sen. Claffey then moved to Orders of the Day, which was seconded by Sen. OrShaughnessy. The chair then stepped down and the president Pro-tempore assumed the chair. After a statement

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by Vice-president Mossgraber, Sen. Sullivan called the question. By a hand vote, the Senate carried the motion to continue with the agenda. ,By a Diiision of the House, the Senate again decided to continue with the agenda. Part 3Sen. Kszystyniak gave the Election committee report and discussion was held. Sen. O'Shaughnessy moved all questions and Part 3 carried, 21-yes, 1-no and 4-abs. Part 4 also carried, 23-yes, 1-no and 2-abs. Sen. Wicks then made a motion to reconsider Part 2, which was seconded by Sen. Robinson. Discussion was held and Sen. Sullivan moved the question. This was seconded by Sen. O'Shaughnessy and carried by a hand vote. Part 2 was reconsidered by a vote of 13-yes, 7-no and 4-abs. Sen. Sullivan then proposed an amendment to Bill41 to delete the word "not1' which was seconded by Sen. Pelkey. Sen. Gates moved the question and it was seconded by Miss McCarthy and carried by a hand vote. The amendment carried by a vote of 13-yes, 6-no and 5-abs. Sen. Sachi then moved to reconsider part 2 and this was seconded by Sen. Sullivan and carried by a hand vote. A vote was taken, and this motion carried, 12-yes, 7-no and 4-abs. Sen. Sullivan then proposed an amendment to the bill, to state "The Election of Oneida Hall be valid and standing." This #as seconded by Sen. Wicks and Sen. Harmony called the question. The amendment carried, 15-yes, 6-no and 3-abs. Sen. Sullivan then called the question on Bill 41, which carried, 12-yes, 4-no and 6-abs. Sen. Claffey moved that Bill 39 now be considered, which was seconded ,by Sen. Sachi and carried by a hand vote. Sen. Sullivan then gave the Finance Committee report and Sen. Gates moved to accept the minutes of this committee. An addition was made to the minutes, to include a request of $90.00 for the. Writers Guild. The minutes were accepted by a hand vote. Bill 39-was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Sen. Kronenbitter. Sen. Sullivan explained the Finance committee report and a represntative spoke for the organization. Discussion was held and Sen. Sachi moved the question. Bill 39 carried, 11-yes, 7-no and 5-abs. Sen. Angel1 then made a motion to adjourn, with the understanding that Senate will reconvene on Thursday, October 19, to complete the agenda. This carried and Senate adjourned at 11:05 p.m., due to the lack of a quorum. Respectfully submitted, I '7 i3u.t L. hxn {J Ruth Knapp '"

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Accept L* Accept Accept 83 DiNa+ale Y Y Y Y Hand Vote Secret Rallo+ Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Miss Grant Se~~-BeugLas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen. re en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter 4 Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OIShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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Reconsider Senators , Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Miss Grant Sen==Deug&as Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen. ree en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter '4 Sen. Ksys tyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. O'Shaugknessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White --. Sen. Wicks Cease DekEbL n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y n Y n n Y n Y n Y Y Y Y Y a Y Y Sen. A-e Y Y Y \ n Y Y a n Y n Y n n n Y Y n a a a Y Y a a a

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Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Sen. Claffey Mr. Deyer Sen. DlNatale Miss Grant *.-3e-kq+Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen. ree en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter 4 Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OfShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks Cease Dc3baAGL 2 *--. 'L B 41 B 41 Reconsider P-art3 Part-LC PdcL2

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A 1 Reconsider Sullivan lkLXxL2 kuZL-2 ampnrl 1 1 Ft ?& Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek ,. Sen. Bucher ". Sen. Claffey Mr. Dever Sen. DiNatale Miss Grant Sea==BeugLas Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen. ree en stein Sen. Hanks Sen. Harmony Sen. Hewitt Sen. Kronenbitter 4 Sen. Ksystyniak Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. O'Shaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Sullivan Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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To : Student Association Senate From: Judiciary Committee Re : Supreme Court Nominations The Committee has considered the Supreme Court nominations as submit.ted by the President and referred to the Committee by the Senate and submits the following report: We have found, after subsequent questioning, that the nominees have satisfactorily met the committee's standards for Supreme Court justices. The nominees, John Levine for Chief Justice and Lou Ann Barbi 4 for Associate Justice, have demonstrated a willingness to work with impartiality and open mindedness. The committee holds these qualities to be essential to the nature of a fair and just j~sicial body. The committee recommends immediate ratification of these justices by the Senate.

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To: Student Association Senate From: Senate Judiciary Comnittee Re: Bill #26 SASU The Senate Judiciary Committee has dutifully discharged Bill #26 with the following recommendations: 1. The Senate recognize SASU as the organization representing all the students of the State University. 2. The Senate recognize and evaluate the potentialities of SASU in the areas of Block-booking for concerts, Health Insurance, and consumer protection. 3. The Senate recognize the potential of SASU as an agent of the students in Albany. The Committee further recommends that any proposal for financing membership costs be forwarded to the Finance Committee for consideration and recommendations. In closing, we feel that the Senate should enter into any debate it feels necessary in determining the action it wishes to pursue.

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SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE Minutes of the meetings of 10/11, 10/15. Present were Senators Gates, DiNatale, Hann, and Sullivan. The resignation of Senator Tim OtShaughnessy was approved with "much wailing and gnashing of teeth" (4-0-0). 1. Chemistry Club. Representative: Bruce Wilcox Request: $150.00 Discussion: The Chemistry Club plans to sponsor a speake~, Dr. Robert Brasted, Professor of Chemistry, University of Xinn.; two lectures are planned for Nov. 15 17. Dr. Brasted, an avid historian, will give an afternoon lecture on his current chemical research and an evening lecture on the Moscow-Warsaw treaties. The club is covering expenses for Dr. Brasted's meals and lodging. Recommendati0n:The Chemistry Club has secured a speaker whose lecture will interest not onlv those in Chemistrv, but the entire college community especially those interested inJhistory. The committee feels that because of this, there should be a more extensive publicizing of the event and allocates an additional $15.00 for that purpose. (Appropriated $165.00 4-0-0). 2. Bit 'n Spur, Representative: Steve Schulte Request: $390.00 Disoussion: The breakdown for the request, as presented to the committee was as follows: .......... 1. Cross country materials $100.00 ........................ 2. Show judge 102.00 ........... 3. Dressage ring material.. 24.00 4. Jump cups .......................... 67.50 ............................. 5. Ribbons 7.50 6. Insurance. ......................... 48.00 ..................... 7. Office Supplies 5.60 8. Body numbers. ...................... 30.00 9. P.A. system ......................... 6.00 Total......... 390.60 Recommendation: The committee felt that the program being sponsored was a worthwhile one of spectator interest to the whole campus as well as being of participatory interest to those members of Bit 'n Spur. (Appropriated $390.60 4-0-0). 3. Ski Club. Representative: Andy Rothfield Request: $2500 Discussion: The Ski Club president noted that with more than 200 registered members, ski club is the largest student activity. The

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club is planning several activities this year aside from the Labrador program: a ski clinic, a "swap shop" and 4 weekend trips. Recommendation: The Ski Club is to be commended for diversifying its interests beyond the Labrador Program; the committee feels that there is a great deal of interest &the programs planned and recommends that the club Ce funded for the Labrador trips and office supplies. However, with regard to the weekend recreational trips, the committee feels that these are beyond the scope of the Program Fund guidelines and should be paid for by the individual club members. (Appropriated $1900 3-0-1) 4. Karate Club. Representative: Mark Heagerty Request: $700 Discussion: The instructor would teach 2 classes/week, 2 hours each for the year (approximately 70 classes). There are presently 63 members registered for Karate instruction. Recommendation: Considering the number of classes and the number of people registered for the instruction (representing a 200% increase over last year's enrollment) the committee felt that it would be appropriate for the club to charge each member $5 for one year's instruction and therefore recommends that $400 be appropriated to supplement this fee. (Approved $400, 4-0-0) 5. Community Day Care Center. Representative: Mrs. Sally Soluri, director, Community Day Care Center. Request: $3000 Discussion: Mrs. Soluri explained the workings of the Day Care Center. The center presently cares for 30 children, 12 of whom are children of S.U.C.O. students. In addition to the salaried staff, The Community Day Care Center also sponsors several teacher aides through the Work-Study Program; the center's operations are also aided by over 120 student volunteers. The total budget of the Day Care Center is approximately $46,000. Funding is received from sources within the community, and from governmental agencies and in the past funds were also received from the S.U.C.O. Student Association Recommendation: The Finance Committee recommends that this request be granted in total. ie feel that sice it is a service which benefits both the college and community (40% of the children cared for are children of S.U.C.O. students) that the community should not be saddled with full responsibilities of paying for the day care of children of S.U.C.O. students. In addition, the fact that over 120 students have already volunteered their services to the center, demonstrates the interest of the college community in the project. The committee recommends that the Day Care Center be funded $1500 at this time and further recommends that the Faculty Student Association be approached for the remaining $1500. (Approved $1500 4-0-0).

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ELECTION COMMITTEE REPORT It has been brought to the attention of the Election Committee that several violations of aforementioned Bill 21 have occurred during the Fall Senatorial Elections. It must be emphasized that, in the opinion of the committee, these violations were not the result of any negligence on the part of the supervisors and/or poll watchers in Hewitt Union, where the alleged violations ~ccurred. At approximately 2:15 p.m. poll watchers Mary Bucher and Ruth Knapp reported to Supervisor Dan Harmony that a member of the commuter body had informed them of an attempt on the part of member or members of the Commuter Party to campaign in the cafeteria in Hewitt Union. At the time the Supervisor gave instructions that if either poll watcher saw this person, who informed them of the alleged violation, that they should obtain his name and address. Approximately fifteen minutes later the compainant was located and identified himself as David Tiffany, candidate. As a co-witness he gave the following person: Michael Schaefer, 304 Highland Street, Syracuse, New York (472-3624). When Commuter Party candidate John Kortmulder voted, he attempted to solicit votes for the Commuter Party at the polling area. The Supervisor who was present at the time inform.ed Mr. Kortmulder that campaignwas not allowed and could result in disqualification. Approximately 3:00 p.m. Supervisor Ann Kronenbitter found members of the Commuter Party campaigning, i.e. distributing a leaflet, in the Lower Lounge in Hewitt Union. Supervisor Kronenbitter informed the persons involved that they would have to cease all campaigning in the area inside Hewitt Union. This was an error on the part of Supervisor

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Kronenbitter in that no campaigning should have been allowed. For the convenience of those concerned, the sections of Student Association Law which have been allegedly violated are the following: 1. Article I, sec. d "No campaigning of any form may occur at polling places on election days." 2. Article'I, sec. f "All campaigning must stop at 8:00 a.m. October 11. 3. Student ID cards were not validated in violation of Article 11, section 2 "ID cards must be presented to poll watchers who will then check the master list and validate them with a small, indelible mark." 4. The polls in a few of the polling places did not. open or close on time on the day of October 12, violating Article I, section e which reads: ".. Hours will be 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in residence halls. On October 11, hours will be 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. in Hewitt Union. On October 12, hours in Hewitt Union will be 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m." The polls in Hewitt Union did not close ti1 5:15, because the poll did not open ti1 9:15. In Oneida Hall, the polls did not open ti1 9:30 a.m., and closed at 5:30 p.m. 5. Not all expenditures of money were registered with the election committee by October 11, thus violating Article 111, section a. Discrepancies The election results from Oneida Hall were inaccurate when publicized as "official". The discrepancy occurred due to the fact that 63 ballots were inadvertantly not counted. There were 206 registered voters but 207 ballots cast. It was rumored that a poll watcher had written in two ballots, "Nixon" on one and "Mickey Mouse" on the other but this was later denied. Due to the fact that the entirety of ballots were not counted on the evening of October 12, we feel the election results should not be accepted as valid.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE c OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Official Returns --Commuters --235 ballots Gary Stevenson Elissa Levine Eliot Cherson Brenda Smith Bob Redlo Eric Starnrn John Kortmulder John Bernhardt Dave Hoose Dave Lochner Dianne Wheeler Richard Rombach Dave Tiffany Michael Snyder Dennis Adamy Bruce Woodruff. Dave Leonard John Fosdick Jeanne Grasso Geoffry Ianiello Robert Keeler Laurie Knapp John McCarthy Michael Monte Michael Murabito Jeanette Pittenger Eric Reistetter Etavin Shidler Dave Thomas President of The Senate Fall Senatorial Elections cast 132 125 124 120 106 106 88 79 72 70 69 61 54 12 6 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Waterbury --166 ballots cast ,.. -. Brian Angel1 1.1 2 Mike McLafferty 46 Robin Baker 1 Alice Cooper 1 Anthony Galante 1 William Goodfellow 1 Clifford Muller 1 Onondaga --227 ballots cast Bob Slote 145 Suzanne Gaustad 103 John McCarthy 64 Janet Aus t 51 I Craig Martin 36

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 4 SENATE ST~E UNIVERSITY COLLEGE o OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Onondaga (continued) Martin Ward Robert Bidnick Dennis Devine Barry Abramowitz Irene Goldman I (' Bridget McMahon Ca~l Minardo Oneida --206 ballots cast Roy Thompson Mark Gordon George Lahm Scott Seifried Michael Dever Alan Mandel 4 John Brown Alan Demaso Larry Fleischer William C. Harder Frank Lewis Daniel Rice HEWll7 UNION PHONE (315) 341:3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Thursday, October 19, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Agenda 4. Approval of the Senate Minutes of 10-17-72 5. Committee Reports 1. Rules 6. Old Business Appropriation Bills Bill #35 Bill #36 Bill #37 Bill #38 Bill #40 Legislative Bills 7. New Business Appropriation Bills Legislative Bills Bill #41 8. Ad j ournment HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE o OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting October 19, 1972 Supreme Court Justice.Jon Levine administeyed the oath of office to newly-electgd Senators Cherson, Kortmulder, Levine, Redlo, Smith, Stevenson, and Thompson. Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:17 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Ellwanger(sub Miss Capstraw), Sen. Douglas(subTMiss Grant), Sen. Gaustad, Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Sen.Hewitt(sub-Miss Hann), Sen. Kszystyniak(subMr.-Rombach), Sen. Neveu(sub-Mr. Murphy), Sen. Pelkey(subMiss McCarthy), Sen. Sachi, Sen. Slote, Sen. Stamrn, Sen. White, Sen. Wicks. Vice-president Mossgraber explained that with the new senators the number necessary for a quorum is raised to 24. Sen. Gates then moved to amend the agenda to correct agenda item readin.g Bill H41 to read Bill #42. This was seconded by Sen. Bednarek and passed by a hand vote. Sen. Kronenbitter moved to amend the agenda to remove Bill #40, which was seconded and passed by a hand vote. Mr. DiNatale moved to amend the agenda to include the appointment of a Senate representative to Program Policy Board, under New Business, prior to Appropriation Bills. This was seconded by Sen. Angel1 and the agenda was approved by a hand vote. Several s~elline corrections were noted in the minutes: Dr. Purdue, on p: 1 anduall subsequent references; Jon Levine, on p. 1; Commuter, on p.2. Sen. Kronenbitter noted that in the last paragraph on p.1," ... Sen. Sachi opposed the hand vote motion, and asked for a secret vote." The question was then called and the minutes were approved by a hand vote. Committee Reports: Rules Sen. Gates announced that meetings will be at 4:00 on Mondays and asked the senators to submit any bills for the agenda to him by this time. Old Business : HEWl7l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Bill 35 was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded A by Sen. Robinson. Mr. DiNatale moved to amend the allocation from $2500 to $1900. This was seconded by Sen. Grasso and discussion -4 was held, with a representative speaking for the club. A friendly amendment was made to have the allottment come from the Second Semester Program Fund. Sen. Harmony called the question and the amendment passed by a vote of 27 yes, 2 no. Sen. Harmony proposed an amendment that $100 be allocated from the first, and $1800 from the second semester Program Fund. Discussion followed and a friendly amendment was made to have half of the $100 come.from the first semester Program Fund and half from the second. Sen. Angell called the question and the amendment passed by a vote of 27 yes, 0 no, SeL. Thompson moved to reconsider the first amendment. By a vote of 2 yes, 25 no, and 1.abs. the notion to reconsider was defeated. Bill 35 was passed by a vote of 28 yes, 0 no, and 1 abs. Bill 36 was introduceh by the Finance Committee and seconded by Sen. Robinson. Mr. 3iNatale moved to amend the allocation from $700 to $400. Discussion was held and a representative from the club spoke. Debate was ceased by a hand vote and the amendment passed, 16 yes, 10 no, 1 abs. Bill 36 carried by a vote of 21 yes, 6 no, 1 abs. Bill 37 was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Mr. Murphy. At this point, Sen. Chemon made a motion to recess for 45 minutes. This wzs seconded by Sen. Harmony but defeated in a hand vote. Sen. Redlo made a notion to recess for 15 minutes, which was seconded Sy Sen. Rednarek, but also lost in a hand vote. Discussion was held on Bill 37 and a representative from the club spoke. Sen. OIShaughnessy called the question and, by a vote of 24 yes, 3 no, 1 abs, Bill 37 carried. 8 Treasurer Lamkay urged senators to advise clubs requesting funding of special events to allow ample time before the event for Senate consideration of the allocation. Bill 38 was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Sen. Robinson. Based on the Finance Committee recornendation, Mr. DiNatale moved to amend the allocation from $3,000 to $1,500, with the understanding that F.S.A. be approached for the remainder. Sen. Kortmulder moved to amend the amendment to guarantee the remainder if the Day Care Center is unable to get it from F.S.A. Sen. Levine seconded the amendment to the amendment, but it was withdrawn following the discussion. Sen. Harmony called the question and the original amendment passed, by a vote of 26 yes, 0 no. Bill 38 passed, by a vote of 25 yes, 2 -. no. New Business Appointment was then made of a Senate representative to P.P.B. Sen. Harmony nominated Sen. Angell; Mr. ~i~atale nominated Sen. Cherson; Mr. Murphy nominated Sen. Kronenbitter. Sen. Harmony moved to close nominations, and Sen. Cherson was chosen by a hand vote. *. Bill 42 was introduced by President Burton and seconded by

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Mr. Murphy. Sen. Cherson moved to amend section 2 to indicate that 2'members would be chosen by the President, 2 by the Vice-president, 4 and 3 by the Senate. Furthermore, structure would be determined by the commission itself. Mr. Murphy called the question and the amendment was defeated, 11 yes, 13 no. Sen.. OtShaughnessy made a motion to cease debate, which was seconded by Sen. Bednarek. However, the motion was defeated by a hand vote and discussion continued. A friendly amendment was adopted, changing the last paragraph to "...The Student Association Executive be enpowered to undertake action.." Mr. Murphy moved to cease debate and Bill 42 passed, by a vote of 20 yes, 2 no, 3 abs. Sen. Angell moved to reconsider Bill 42, with the understanding that senators use the time before the next meeting to see how their constituency feels about the proposed Commission. Sen. Kronenbitter made a motion to cease debate; however, because of an objection,discussion continued. Sen. Angell moved to cease debate; but because Mr. Brody had already been recogpized by the chair, Sen. Angell withdrew his motion and discussion continued. Sen. Gates called the question and the motion to reconsider was defeated, 9 yes,' 14 no. Mr. DiNatale made a motion to adjourn, however, Sen. Stevenson objected. Discussion followed concerning the legality of Resolution 45 from the 7th Legislative Session (dealing with the payment of federal tax on the S.A. telephones). Mr. Murphy asked, as a point of.information., if there was still a quorum present. Roll was taken and only 23 senators were present (one less than quorum). Mr. Murphy then made-a motion to adjourn. This carried and Senate 4 adjourned at 8:02. Respectfully submitted, L *f d-.u+[jj&w Sue ~iller

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Senators 42 Bill 42 Sen. Angel1 a Y Sen. Bucher Mr. Brody Sen. Cherson Mr. DiNatale Miss Capstraw Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Miss Grgnt I Sem. Grasso Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Mr. Rombach Sen. Levine Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Mr. Murphy Sen. OIShaughnessy Miss McCarthy Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi

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Senators Sen. Sen. 4 Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Slote Smith St amm Stevenson Sullivan Thompson White Wicks Bill 42

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benaTors Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek 4 Sen. Bucher Mr. Brody Sen. Cherson Mr. DiNatale Miss Grant Miss Capstraw Sen; Gaustad Sen* Gatrs Sen. Grasso Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Sen. Harmony % Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Mr. Rombach sen. Levine Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Mr. Murphy Sen. O'Shaughnessy Miss McCarthy Sen. Redlo Sen, Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi

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Sen. Slote Sen. Smith 4 Sen. Stamm Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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Sen. Angel1 Y Sen. Bednarek Y Sen. Bucher Y Mr. Brody Y Sen. Cherson Y Mr. DiNatale Y Miss Grant(Sen. Douglas) y Miss Capstraw (Sen. Ellwangerly Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Y Sen. Grasso Y Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Y Sen. Harmony Y Sen. Kortmulder Y Sen. Kronenbitter Y Mr. Rombach (Sen. Kszystyniak)y Sen. Levine Y Sen. McCormack Y Sen. Anne Moore Y Sen. Thomas Moore Y Mr. Murphy (Sen. Neveu) Y Sen. O'Shaughnessy Y Miss McCarthy (Sen. Pelkey) y Sen. Redlo Y Sen. Riebling Y Sen. Robinson n Sen. Sachi

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.. Senators Sen. Slote Sen. Smith Sen. Starnrn Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Sen. White Sen. Wicks Bill 35 Bill 35 A 1 Bill 35 Bill 36

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MEMO f TO : James F. Mossgraber, V.P. Student Assoc. / ,!A FROM: Thomas H. Burton, Pres Student RE: Supreme Court Nomination DATE: October 18, 1972 Please consider this memo formal nomination of Leonard Lynch to the Student Association Supreme Court. His background and overall experience will make him an outstanding addition to the Court. In that this nomination has been delayed for several days, I would appreciate its prompt referral to the judiciary Committee. Thank you.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames a. d%tossip&er Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, October 24, 1972 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of the Agenda Approval of the Senate Minutes of 10/19/72 Executive Reports 1. Vice-president Committee Reports 1. Rules 2. Judiciary 3. Student Affairs 4. Academic Affairs 5. Elections Old Business Appropriation Bills Legislative Bills New ~usiness Senate Finance Committee Report Appropriation Bills Bill #43 Bill #44 Bill #45 Legislative Bills Bill #46 Bill #49 Bill #SO HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE o OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 fumes 0. cMbssgraber President of The Senate 8. New Business (cont.) Resolutions Resolution #9 Resolution #10 Resolution #11 9. Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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, Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. October 24, 1972 Senators not present were: Sen. Grasso, Sen. McCormack (subMiss Jackson), Sen. Robinson(subMr. Dean). Sen. Levine moved to amend the agenda to place Bill 52 after Bill 43 under New Business, Appropriation Bills. This was seconded by Sen. Redlo.and passed by a hand vote. The agenda was then approved by a roll call vote. Sen. Anne Moore moved to amend the minutes to include her correction to the minutes of 10/17, concerning clarification of her motion that the election committee observe caution regarding the Fall elections. The minutes were then approved by a hand vote. Executive Report: Vice-president Mossgraber directed the Senate's attention to the proposed calendar fos the academic year 1973-74, and explained that 9r. Perdue welcomes any suggestions or criticisms they y might have. All senators are urged to forward any suggestions from their constituents to Vice-president Mossgraber. Copies of the constitution, Robert's Rules, and a list of committees are available for all new senators; copies of the audit are forthcoming. .The Vice-president also requested that senators leave a copy of their schedule in the Senate office to facilitate the choosing of a new meeting-time if Senate decides to do so. Committee R.eports : RulesSen. Gates announced that the following bills have been referred to committees: Bill 47, to the Judiciary Committee; Bill 48, to Academic Affairs; Bill 51, to Student Affairs. Also, Student Affairs Committee will undertake a study concerning Resolution 11. Judiciary no report. Student AffairsSen. Kronenbitter announced a subcommittee of Student Service Investigation Committee has been set up. Also, the Summer Session schedule is as follows: Graduatea 7 wk. program, 9 credit hrs. maximum; Undergraduate5 and 7 wk. programs, maximum of 15 credit hours. Academic AffairsSen. Pelkey announced the committee will meet next Thursday at 8 a.m. to discuss the procedure for selecting members to the panel involved in the mediation process, and that volunteers are welcome. This panel should be in effect by second .semester. Also, Faculty Assembly will vote next Monday on changing the sociology cognate requirements. Sen. Pelkey welcomed the new senators to join the committee.

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ElectionsSen. Kszystyniak announced elections are necessary to replace senators from Kart and Scales Halls, as well as to fill the remaining commuter seat. The committee is planning to draw up permanent election guidelines for the future. Sen. Kszystyniak also announced checks for poll-watchers are in the Check Cashing office in the Union. New Business: Senate Finance Committee Re~ort Sen. Sullivan corrected the total recommended allocatioh to Catalina Club to $615($500 show, $5 dues, $110 general supplies). Bill 43was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Sen. Kszystyniak. Sen. Sullivan explained the recommendation of the Finance Committee and moved to amend the allocation from $6,005 to $2,630. This was seconded by Sen. Harmony. Discussion followed, with representatives from Black Student Union explaining how the benefit would function. Sen. Angell's motion to cease debate was defeated, and discussion continued. Sen.Slote made a motion to cease debate which then passed. The question was called and the amendment passed, by a vote of 27-yes, 7-no,' l-abs. Bill 43 was passed, 34-yes, 1-no. Bill 52was introduced by Senators Stevenson and Levine, and seconded by Sen. Slote. A lengthy discussion followed. Sen. Gates moved for a recess, however this was defeated by a hand vote. Sen. Cherson's motion to cease debate was also defeated, and further discussion followed. Sen. Cherson made a later motion to cease debate which was defeated also. Sen. Sachi moved to table further discussion of the bill until after the special orders of the day, which was the address by President Perdue. Sen. Sachi's motion was defeated, and Vice-president Mossgraber left the chair to explain the situation to President Perdue. With the understanding that the President would speak after action was completed on the bill, discussion continued. Sen. Smith moved to cease debate; this was seconded by Sen. Neveu and passed by a hand vote. The question was then called, and Bill 52 passed, 30-yes, 3-no, 2-abs. Sen. Sachi then moved to special orders of the day. 0. President Perdue spoke to the Senate concerning the reorganization plans for the college. He explained how the major growth will center around the junior and senior level, with graduates from 2-yr. schools being guaranteed admission by 1974. Dr. Perdue presented charts illustrating the broadened patterns of study. Also, he welcomed reaction from the student body through student committees and/or student representation on faculty committees now being formed to evaluate the plans. Senate then recessed from 8:45 to 9:30 for dinner. Bill 44was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Sen. Harmony. Sen. Sullivan moved to amend the allocation from $840 to $615. This carried by a vote of 28-yes, 2-no,4-abs.Bil1 44 then carried by a vote of 31-yes, 3-no,l-abs. Bill 45was introduced by the Finance committee and seconded by Sen. Gates. Sen. Sullivan moved to amend the allocation from $901 to $615. This was seconded by Mr. DiNatale and passed by a vote of 27-yes, 4-no,?-abs.

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-3: Bill 45 then passed by a vote of 31-yes, l-no, 3-abs. Bill 46was introduced by Sen. Cherson and seconded by Sen.Kszystyniak. Sen.Sachi offered a friendly amendment to change sec.b to read "...shall be obtained by the Editor-in-Chief of the Oswegonian or his delegated press secretary." However, Sen. Cherson did not agree to adopt. Sen.Sachi then proposed this as an amendment. Sen.Gates moved to cease debate; however, this motion was defeated in a hand vote. Sen.Sachi withdrew his amendment and proposed a new amendment, deleting sec. b. Discussion followed, with Vice-president Mossgraber stepping down from the chair to comment on the bill. Sen. Sachi then withdrew the amendment and offered as a friendly amendment that sec. b be changed to read, "All votes and actions of the Senate shall be passed on to the Oswegonian." Sen.Redlo also offered a friendly amendment to sec. c, changing it to read, "...announcing the time, date, and place of all Senate meeting.'' Sen.Cherson accepted both friendly amendments. Sen.Kronenbitter made a motion to refer the bill to Student Affairs Committee. By a vote of 19-yes, 12no, 2-abs., Bill 46 was referred to the committee. Sen.Kszystyniak then made a motion to reconsider BiTl 52, which was seconded by Sen.Angell., D5scussion was held and Sen. Angel1 moved to close debate. The chair called for a division of the House, and the motion to close debate passed, by a vote of 22yes, 9-no,2-abs.The question was then called, and the motion to reconsider was defeated, 5-yes, 26-no, 2-abs. Mr. DiNatale then made a motion to adjourn, with the under4 standing that the Senate would convene on Thursday at 5:00 to finish the agenda. Following discussion, however, Mr.DiNatale withdrew the motion and called for Resolution 9 to then be considered as special orders of the day. This passed by a vote of 31-yes,O-no,l-abs. Resolution 9was introduced by Sen.Cherson and seconded by Mr. Brody. Discussion was held and Sen. Redlo moved to cease debate; however, this was defeated. Sen.Cherson offered, as a friendly amendment to his resolution, that the voting be included in the telegram. Sen.Smith made a motion to consider the resolution ad seriatim; however, the chair noted this was out of order at the time. Sen. Levine proposed to amend sec. b by adding that "Senate endorses a marijuana sit-in in the Academic Plaza." This was seconded by Sen.Kortmulder. The amendment was defeated, 8-yes,l9-no,l-abs. The question was then called and the resolution was carried by a vote of 12-yes,6-no,9-abs. Sen. Gates then made a motion to adjourn, which carried by a hand vote. Senate stood adjourned at 12:07 a.m. Respectfully submitted, 5-Lt& Sue Miller

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Bill 52 n l-ll LU Bill 44 Senators Approve Bill 43 Bill 43 ~genda Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek 4 Sen. Bucher Y Mr. Brody Miss Capstraw Sen. Cherson Mr. DiNatale Y Sen. ~llwan~er(~~~~ Y Sen. Gaustad Y Sen. Gates Y Sen. Grasso Sen. Greensteic Y Sen. Hanks Y Miss Hann Y Sen. Harmony Y 4 Sen. Kortmulder Y Sen. Kronenbitter Y Sen. Ks zys tyniak Y Sen. Levine Y Sen. McC~rrnack(&~ Sen. Anne Moore Y Sen. Thomas Moore Y. Sen. Neveu Sen. O'Shaughnessy Y Y Y Sen. Pelkey Y Y Y Sen. Redlo Y Y Y Sen. Riebling Y Y Y

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Senators, cont Sen. Slote Sen. Smith Sen. Stamrn Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Sen. White Sen. Wicks Bill 43 Bill 52 A1 to Bill 44 Y

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Senators Bill 44 Sen. Angel1 a Sen. Bednarek Y Sen. Bucher Y Brody %ks Capstraw Sen. Cherson Mr. DiNatale Y Sen. Ellwanger Y Sen. Gaustad Y Sen. Gates Y Sen. Grasso Sen. Greensteic Y Sen. Hanks Miss tHann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Y Sen. Kronenbitter Y Sen. Kszystyniak Y Sen. Levine Y Y Sen* McCOrmack (Miss Jackson) Sen. Anne Moore Y Sen. Thomas Moore Y n Sen. Neveu Sen. OtShaughnessy Y Sen. Pelkey Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Y Sen. Robinson (Mr. Dean) Y Sen. Sachi Y LLuse Bill 45 Refer 46 Debate

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Senators, cont. Sen. Slote Sen. Smith 4 Sen. Stamm Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Sen. White Sen. Wicks Bill 44 Bill 45 Refer 46 Close Debate n Y

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Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Mr. Brody Miss Capstraw Sen. Cherson Mr. DiNatale Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Miss Sen. Sen. Sen. ,Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Ellwanger Gaustad Gates Grasso Greensteir, Hanks Hann Harmony Kortmulder Kronenbitter Ks zys tyniak Levine McCormack(Miss Anne Moore Thomas Moore Neveu O'Shaughnessy Pelkey Redlo Riebling Reconsider F3 Y n Jackson) n Special. Q~s Y m Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y a Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

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Senators, cont. Sen. Slote Recon. 5 2 Res. 9 Sen. Smith Sen. Starnrn Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Sen. White Sen. Wicks

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. Senate Finance Committee Report 4 Minutes of the meetings of 10/18, 10/22, 10/23. Present were Senators Gates, Harm, Sullivan, and DiNatale. The committee voted and accepted Craig Martin as a member of the Finance Committee (4-0-0) 1. Catalina Club Representatives: Aileen Abel, Angie Benfanti Request:. $906.00 Discussion: The Catalina Club is holding a water show Nov. 9, 10, and 11 at Lee Hall. It was noted by the representative that there are presently 35 girls in the organization and this means a l%rger show is on hand. The basic breakdown is $790.00 for the production, $5.00 for dues to Associated Synchronized Swimming for College Women, and $111.00 for general supplies. R2commendation: The Finance Committee recommends an appropriation of $510.00 for the production of the show because it was stated by the representa.tives that this was at least the amount needed. $5.00 went for dues, and the $111.00 for general supplies. (5-0-0) 2. Spanish Club Representative: Lynn ~rmhein Request: $30.94 Discussion: The, Spanish Club is associated with the Foreign Studies Center is holding a convocation of the centennial of Pio Baroja. This is a celebration of all Hispanic people and will be remembered at Oswego by lectures and a performance of Basque songs by the Men's Glee Club. The request is: coffee, 6 gallons tea, 2 gallons cookies, 360 assorted white table cloth $24.27 tax .97 25.24 Poster board, 5.70 30@ $.I9 Recommendation: The Committee believes this to be a worthwhile cultural effort by the Spanish Club, and as such deserves funding. (passed in committee, 4-1-01 Dance Club Representative: Tana Aloy Request: $845.00 Discussion:

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4 The Dance Club presented the Finance Committee with a comprehensive budget of their coming year, a program which includes two workshops, and a presentation in the spring. The breakdown was: costumes 215.00 records 25.00 staging : 180.00 communications 135.00 transportation 30.00 meals 35.00 workshops 250.00 The meals and transportation are intended to be used by the advisor in observing other college dance programs. I ~ecdmmendations : The committee feels that this amount ( $845.00 ) should be amended to $620.00, by only funding thi6 semester's workshop ( $125. CG? by striking theheading of transportation and meals ($70), because it is not within the intent of program fund to finance individual transportation for conferences, and by reducing communications to $75.00 (5.OC) 4. lack Student Union Representatives; Zrnory Porter, Rick Miller I Request: $6,005.00 Discussion: The Black Student Union has planned an ambitious program to benefit Black Americans suffering from SickleCell Anemia. The week of Nov. 4 Nov. 12 would present varying facets fr6m dance to craft to poetry of Black Culture. Those entertainers to come to Oswego for the benefit inc1ude:Jmamu Baraka (Leroi Jones), Ossie Davis, and War; the basic breakdown reads: I. Entertainment: Uhurah Suite $500 Jmamu Baraka 875 Ossie Davis 625 War 3,000 group for semi-formal 250 $5250 11. Films "Black Roots" $17.50 "Now is the Time 50.00 111. Arts and Crafts h sewing expenses $75.00 (naterial, thread, pins, needles, pillow, stuffing) Candle making 17. .50 (paraffin, colors, scents, wicks, molds.)

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Knitting mobiles 20.00 (needle, wool, yarn, poster board, illustration board, string, wire, paint, scissors, mat knives, brushes) rock painting 5.00 refreshments 70.00 misc. 250.00 Recommendation: The committee, while strongly believing in the intent of th'e program finds that we are bound by finances. It is not possible for S. A. to fund any more than 1/3 of the desired sum. The amended budget would read: Uhurah Suite $1,000.00 Jmamu Baraka 875.00 group for semiformal 250.00 films 67 50 @ arts and crafts. 117.50 refreshments 70.00 misc. 250.00 The budget presented to Student Association was half of She entire budget, the remainder having gone to F.S.A. They could not, however, come up with sufficient funds in many cases and we did "pick up the tab", as, for example, with Ururiah Suite, and whereas F.S.A. budgeted only $12.50 for miscellaneous. (Appropriated $2630, 5-0-0)

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PROPOSED 1973 74 COLLEGE CALENDAR 19.73 Summer Semester First session begins Classes in session classes (Independence Day) First session ends (Examinations) Second session begins Second session ends (Examinations) 1973 Fall Semester New Faculty Orientation Division and Department Meetings Advisement of non-registered New Students New Student Orientation Student Teacher Orientation Regis trat2on Instruction begins GENERAL FACULTY MEETING No classes (Labor Day) Final date for withdrawal from Q1 Courses Final date for removing Incompletes End of First Quarter Final date for withdrawal from Fall Semester:Courses Classes in session (Wed. P.M. classes) Thanksgiving recess begins Classes resume Final date for withdrawal from 42 CQurses Final examinations begin -, 'inal examinations end nter recess begins t 1974 Spring Semester New Student Orientation Advisement of all New Students Registration . Instruction begins Final date for withdrawal from (33 Courses Final date for removing Incompletes End of Third Quarter spring Recess begins :lasses resume pinal date for withdrawal from Spring Sem. Courses Finald date for wthdrawal from 44 Courses Zeview Day Final Examinations begin., Final Examinations end .Commencement Summer Semester 1974 ?irst session begins >lasses in session classes (Independence Day) dst session ends (Exams) ;econd sessiont begins Second session ends(~xams) Monday Saturday Wednesday Friday Monday Friday Monday A.M. Monday P.M. Monday A. PI. Sunday Tuesday Tuesday A.M. Tuesday (All Day) Wednesday 8:00 A.M. Thursday 4 : 30 P.N. Monday Wednesday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday 12 Noon Monday 8: 00 A.M. Tuesday Monday 8:00 A.M. Saturday Saturday 12 Noon Sunday Tuesday Monday (All Day) Monday Tuesday Wednesday 8:00 A.M. Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday 10:OO P.M. Tuesday 8:00 A.M. Monday Monday Friday Saturday Friday Sunday Monday Saturday Thursday Friday Monday Friday

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossqraher Student Association President of The Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 8th LegTslative Session 18th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, October 31, 1972 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of the Agenda Approval of the Senate Executive Reports 1. Vice-president 2. Program Policy Minutes of 10-24-72 Board Committee Reports 1. Academic Affairs 2. Student Affairs 3. Judiciary 4. Elections 5. Rules Old Business Appropriation Bills Legislative Bills Bill #50 Resolutions Resolution #10 New Business Appropriation Bills Bill #54 Bill #55 Legislative Bills Bill #58 Resolutions Resolution #12 Resolution #13 Resolution #14 Ad j ournment HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 4 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen.Bednarek, Miss Capstraw, Sen. Cherson (sub-Miss Lewandowski), Sen.Grasso, Sen.McCormack(sub-Miss Jackson), Sen.Anne Moore, Sen.Robinson, Sen.Smith(sub-Niss Sexton), Sen.White(sub-Mr.McCarthy), Sen.Wicks(sub-Mr.Klein). Sen.Gates moved to amend the agenda to include Bill 62 after Bill 58, under New Business, Legislative Bills. This was seconded by Sen.Neveu and passed by a hand vote. The agenda was then approved by a hand vote. The minutes were approved as published by a hand vote. Executive Reports: Vice-president Mossgraber announced that the Programming Commission set up by Bill 42 is ready. Membership will consist of 5 at-large seats, 2 senators, and 1 P.P.B. member; the names of members will be announced at the next Senate meeting. Committee chairmen are reminded to turn in lists of their active members, as well as to allow enough time when submitting minutes for the packet for them to be typed. Items for consideration on the agenda must be submitted to the Rules Committee by 3:30 on Monday. The Vice-president asked the senators to consider a time for visiting President Perdue at his hone, in response to his invitation. Sen.Harmony proposed suggesting Thursday, the 9th, at 7:30 p.m. This was seconded by Sen. Neveu and passed by a hand vote. Mr.Lochner of Program Policy Board reported on the recent statewide conference of SUNY programming boards. Among the projects planned are an Ethics Commission, a SUNY program board directory, and a SUNY directory of events. The possibility of cooperative booking and purchasing of equipment is being investigated. Mr. Lochner then introduced the other members of the Board, who answered questions from the Sengteconcerning how P.P.B. operates. Sen.Kszystyniak moved to recess for 45 minutes, however this motion was defeated by a hand vote. Discussion continued, with the President Pro-tempore assuming the chair while the Vice-President stepped down to comment. Mr.Brody then made a motion to recess, which was seconded by Sen.Kszystyniak and passed by a hand vote. Senate then recessed from 7:05 to 8:55 for dinner. Committee Reports: Academic AffairsSen. Pelkey announced that general nominations are requested from students for faculty members to serve on the mediation selection board. Nominations may be left in Sen.Pelkeyls mailbox. Volunteers are still needed for faculty evaluation. Also,

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the sociology cognate change was passed in Faculty Assembly. Student AffairsSen.Kronenbitter reported that the committee has recommended an amendment to Bill 46. Sen.Sachi then moved to call for special orders of the day to consider Bill 46 and proposed amendments. However, this motion was defeated by a hand vote. Sen.Kronenbitter announced the appointments of Sen. Redlo and Mr.DiNatale to the Free University Committee. Also, action taken by the committee concerning Resolution 11 was reported. People ape still needed to help with Student Service Investigation. The next meeting of Student Affairs will be Thursday at 3:30 in room 201. JudiciarySen.OVShaughnessy reported that Bill 47 is being researched further. The resignation of Sen.Gates form the committee has been approved. Also, the next meeting will be Thursday, at 11:OO a.m., to discuss Bill 47 and the nomination of Leonard Lynch to the Supreme Court. ElectionsSen.Kszystyniak announced that the committee will submit a new election bill for the remaining three seats at the next Senate meeting. RulesSen.Gates noted the correction of Sen. Slote in the committee minutes, and explained the rationale for referring bills to committee. It is hoped that the research and recommendations offered by the committees will eliminate much discussion time at Senate meetings. 4 Old Business: Bill 50was introduced by Sen.Gates and seconded by Sen.Smith. Sen.Gates offered a frienhly amendment to his bill to read,I1Be it enacted. ..that: Sections 1 and 3 of Bill 9 of the 7th Legislative Session be rescinded." Sen.Sachi called the question and Bill 50 carried, 20-yes, 5-no, 1-abs. Resolution 10was introduced by Sen.Cherson and seconded by Sen.Stamm. Sen.Angel1 proposed an amendment to add that a letter also.be sent to the Palladium-Times. Following discussion, however, Sen.Angel1 withdrew this amendment and proposed another changing the last paragraph to read," ... sending of a letter and a copy of the resolution to Mayor Conway, The City Council, president Perdue, the Oswegonian, and the palladium-~imes This amendment was adopted by a vote of 18-yes, 3-no, 5-abs. Sen. Stamm proposed an* amendment to delete thesword "llegally" in the first paragraph, and change "interrupted" in the second to "we feel impeded." This amendment carried, by a vote of 25-yes, 0-no, 1-abs. Sen.Gates proposed an amendment to change the wording in the third paragraph to "...Mayor Conway's actions as being, in its opinion, unbecoming both a mayor and an American citizen." This amendment carried, by a vote of 26-yes, 1-no, 1-abs. Sen.Stamm proposed an amendment to change the first paragraph to "...voided the permit of the Indochina Peace Campaign to allow Jane Fonda to speak ...I1 This amendment carried, by a vote of 27-yes, 0-no, 1-abs. Resolution 10 then carried, by a vote of 22-yes, 1-no, 5-abs. New Business: I Senate Finance Committee MinutesSen.Sullivan corrected the use

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of the word "appropriated" to "recommended", and directed the Senate's attention to the recommended allocation of $57.28 to the Industrial Arts Association. The minutes were then 4 approved by a hand vote. Bill 54was introduced by the Finance Committee and seconded by Sen.Gates. Sen.Sullivan moved to amend the allocation to $80 from $525. Discussion was held, with a representative speaking for the organization. Sen.Sachi called the question and the amendment carried, by a vote of 25-yes, l-no, O-abs. Bill 54 then carried by a vote of 24-yes, 2-no, l-abs. Bill 55was introduced by the Finance Committee. Sen.Sullivan moved to amend the allocation to $510.00 from $725.00. Discussion followed, with a representative speaking for the organization. Sen.Sullivan offered a friendly amendment to her amendment to change the allocation to $525. Sen.Sullivan then moved to cease debate; however, this was defeated in a hand vote and discussion continued. Mr.DiNatale called the question and the amendment carried, by a vote of 17-yes, 7-no, O-abs. Sen.Stevenson proposed an amendment to allocate an additional #300 for payment of instructors, to come from second semester Program ~und'. This was seconded by Sen.Stamm. Mr.DiNatale moved to cease debate, however this was defeated and discussion continued. Sen.Slote later moved to cease debate; the chair called for a division of the house and the motion was defeated. After further discussion, Sen.Kronenbitter called the question and the amendment was defeated, by a vote of ll-yes, 14-no, O-abs. Mr. DiNatale then moved this and all subsequent questions, and Bill 55 carried, by a vote of 24-yes, O-no, l-abs. Mr.DiNatale then moved to adjourn, with the stipulation that Senate convene on Thursday at 5:00 to finish the agenda. However, this motion was defeated. Bill 58was introduced by Sen.Kronenbitter and seconded by Sen. Gates. Sen.Kronenbitter corrected the second paragraph to read, "(c) fraternity and sorority houses," and moved to table the bill to the next meeting. Sen.Gates asked as a point of information if there was a quorum present, and the chair determined that there was not. Sen.Gates moved to adjourn, however this was defeated in a hand vote. Sen.AngeI1 moved to adjourn, with the stipulation that Senate convene on Thursday at 6:OO p.m. Sen.Stamm offered a friendly amendment that the time be changed to 9:30, however, Sen.Angel1 did not agree to accept. Sen.Angellls motion carried by a hand vote and Senate stood adjourned at 11:25 p.m. Respectfully submitted, sqhSue Miller

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Senators Sen. Angell Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Mr. Brody Miss Capstraw Miss Lewandowski Mr. DiNatale Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Levine Miss Jackson Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OTShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Slote Miss Sexton Sen. Stamm Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Mr. McCarthy Mr. Klein Sen. Thomas Moore Senators Sen. Angell Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Mr. Brody Miss Capstraw Miss Lewandowski Mr.DiNatale Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen.Greenstein Sen. Hanks Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n y; i Y n Y a Y Y Y n Y Res. 10 Y Y Y Y a a Y a Y Y Bill 50 A1 to Res. A 2 10 Bill A1-Bill 54 54 55 Bill 55

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Senators Miss Hann Sen.Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen.Kronenbitter Sen.Kszystyniak Sen. Levine Miss Jackson Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OfShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Slote Miss Sexton Sen. Stamm Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Mr. McCarthy Mr. Klein Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Mr. Brody Miss Capstraw Miss Lewandowski Mr. DiNatale Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Sen. Grass0 Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Levine Miss Jackson Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Neveu Sen. OfShaughnessy Res. 10 a Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y a Y Bill 55 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Bill A2 A1-Bill 54 54 A1-Bill 55 Bill 55 Senators Sen. Pelkev Sen. ~edloSen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Slote Miss Sexton Sen. Stamm Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Mr. McCarthy Mr. Klein n Y Y n Y n n n n Y n n Y Y Y n Y Bill 55 Y a Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

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Minutes from the Student Affairs Council Meeting of October 26 Senators present were: Angell, DiNatale, Greenstein, Kronenbitter, Riebling, White Discussion: Bill 46 regarding the Oswegonian. The committee recommends that the bill and the voting records be published. Press Secretary Tim Murphy was present and express his views: he was willing to write the descriptions of the bills and considers this as part of his job. He would also be willing to do the fezsibility study, but not the newsletter, unless there were an increase in pay. We would like to +mend this bill in this way: b) ... with all necessary description of the actions. (7 0) The executive appointments of Sen-.. Redlo and Sen. DiICatale to the Free University Committee should be forthcoming. The amendment'made to the Emergency Committee is a charge to this subcornzittee which reads: This committee shall be responsible for informing the administration as to its laxity in snow removal from fire doors, sidewalks, roads, and parking lots. Research is being conducted in regard to Xesolution #11. Meeting of October 30 Senators present: DiNatale, Ellwanger, Riebling, and Kronenbitter. Discussion: Nothing could be dor~e about the information of the guidelines for Student Service Investigation due to the size or lack of it. Research on Res. #11 dealing with the condemnation of FSA for maintainence of parking lot #1 revealed that this lot is the property of the state and was originally financed by the state, who is thus responsible for the maintainence. In a conversation with Frank Mazzoli, Supervisor of Maintainence, he said that though there are no funds at present, he will try to fill the potholes in this parking lot.

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Rules Committee Minutes of October 30: Senators present: Gates, Bucher, Ellwanger, Riebling, DiNatale, Kronenbitter, Wicks, Slote. Mr.DiNatale and Mr.Slote are now recognized members of this committee. Discussion of Agenda: Bills 49 and 53 were tabled to Student Affairs Committee due to the duplicity of these bills and the 2 yr. membership clause. Resolution 11 was excluded from the agenda because of information from the Student Affairs committee. Bill 56 concerning the membership of the Rules Committee was retracted by one of the authors of the bill. Bill 57 concerning the health center and food.service was tabled to Student Affairs Committee for investigation. Bills 59 and 60 concerning dining hall facilities-was also referred to Student Affairs Committee due to the duplicity of these bills. Bill 61 concerning an enabling act of $500.00 was tabled to'the Finance Committee for general study and in particular to review which fund is to be used. Bill 62 concerning a one-week table on all bills and resolutions was retracted by one of the sponsors for consultation on an amendment. Resolution 15 concerning the P.E. requirements was referred to Academic Affairs Committee for investigation of state and college mandates in regards to this issue. The agenda was established as presented.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossqraber President of The Senate Finance Committee Minutes Meeting of 10/25/72 Present were Senators Sullivan, Hann, Gates, and DiNatale, and our non-Senate member, Craig Martin. 1. Biolo~v ClubRepresentatives: Frank Fish, Tom Drake Request: $545.00 Discussion: The Biology Club is concerned with all facets of Biology, from environmental protection to genetics. The club is planning to have at least two speakers (one per semester), films, a seminar, and field trips. The breakdown of their request is as follows: Office supplies$ 25.00 Postage5.00 Speakers (2 per semester)200.00 Films (rental fees)75.00 Seminar expenses40.00 Field trips (1 per semester)150.00 Refreshments for monthly club meeting50.00 $545.00 The Biology Club has already contacted one speaker who will be coming here. Reccommendations: We recommend that with the exception of office supplies, postage and the cost of one speaker, no other allocations should be made since: a) the Biology Club proposed a budget, not a request; b) until more definate plans are decided in the areas of speakers, films, etc., we should allocate less-then when such decisions are made they can return with more concrete plans and figures. (Appropriated: $80.00, 5-0-0) L 2. Industrial Arts AssociationRequest: $38.28 Discussion: The Industrial Arts Association has been making great strides in the area of improving cirriculum, organizing the Industrial Arts students, sending out newsletters, and taking a greater initiative in developing job opportunities for I.A. students. They HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNlVERSlTY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 President of The Senate -2Finance Committee MinutesMeeting of 10/25/72 Discussion (cont.1are planning to have speakers and manufacturers with displays and continue to seek greater advantages for the I.A. students, such as open labs, etc. The request was for office supplies of varying shapes and sorts, including pencils, pens, envelopes, masking tape, thumb tacks, ditto masters, paper and stampsto only mention the type. Recommendation: We believe that the request should be passed with the exception that the request of 6 reams of paper was made 12 (6 per semester) and postage stamps was raised to 50 in number rather than 25 (25 per semester.) (Appropriated $57.28, 5-0-0-1 3. Judo ClubRequest: $725.00 Discussion: The Judo Club at present has between 25 40 members who take lessons three times a week. They have two instructors, one their advisor and another an internationally known Black-Belt instructor. They have planned a judo clinic, a movie that had been awarded at the Cannes festival on judo, and an open tournament in the Spring. The breakdown of their request is as follows: $300.00 Instructors (2) salary Film Kiroshowia (Red Beard) 110.00 Lecturer Dr. Ashida 100.00 Tournament 175.00 Club registration dues Recommendation: It is recommended that this appropriation be amended to $510.00 for reasons as follow. 1) The Tournament, not only being next Spring, but also coming under another category in the area of athletics shouldnot come out of this semesters Program Fund. 2) The Club registration dues should have to come from each member at only one dollar each. 3) For the Film, since it could have a audience of appeal, $15.00 has been added to cover the cost of publicity. (Appropirated: $510.00,5-0-0) HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION % SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. c7bZossqtaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting Senate Aeenda Thursday, November 2, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Agenda 4. Approval of the Senate Minutes of 10/31/72 4 5. Executive Report 1. Vice-president 6. Old Business Appropriation Bills Bill #62 Legislative Bills Bill #58 Resolutions Resolution #12 Resolution #13 Resolution #14 7. New Business Appropriation Bills Legislative Bills Bill #56 8. Adjournment HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 .



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% STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNlVERSlTY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 I Gregory cA. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session enate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, March 13, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll' Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports 6.-_.-Nominations to SASU conference 7. Committee Reports Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Internal Affairs College Affairs 8. Old Business Bill 95 Bill 136 9. Ways and Means Committee Report 10. Appropriation Bills Bill 140 Bill 141 11. Resolutions Resolution 28 12. Adjournment at 9:30 P.M. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University Collegeat Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session T 33rd Senate Meeting Senate Minutes Tuesday, March 13, 1973 The meeting was called to order at 5:12 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Smith, Sen. Rainford (sub-Miss Miller), Sen. Hann (subMr. Burns), Sen. Balaban, Mr. Martin, Sen. Hanks, Miss Heilig, Sen. Kortmulder (sub-Gloria Greenfield), Sen. Sachi, Mr. Schifferli, Eric (sub-Winnie Mulinack), Gary (sub-Karin Sexton), Mr. O'Keefe (sub-Mr. Ozolins), and Sen. Bucher, and Sen. McCarthy Sen. Thompson moved to approve the agenda (2nd-Sen. Kszystyniak) Jeff requested that he be allowed to speak under executive reports, and Sen. Cherson also, to report on PPB. So, amended,the agenda was approved. Sen. Kszystyniak moved to approve the minutes, it carried. (2nd-Sen. Harmony) Executive Reports Vice-president Gates read the resignation of Sen. Kszystyniak as co-chair Derson of the Judiciarv and Constitutional Revision Committee, and noted :hat the senator recomended Sen. Riebling to replace him. r he Chair then reminded the senate of the decision to appoint any senators not presently serving on committees, on one of his choice, if not requested otherwise. 4 The appointments were as follows: Ways and Means Sen. Greenstein, Eric Sen. Quackenbush, Miss Roman. Student Affairs Sen. Faulter, Sen. Grasso, and Mr. Ozolins. Academic Affairs Sen. Kortmulder. Mr. Rainford. and Mr. Schifferli. Judiciary and Constiutional ~evision Sen. ~alaban, Gary Stevenson, Miss McDonough. Jeff then spoke with the purpose of informing the body as to the Student Senate's actions reguarding freezing of athletic funds at the State University College at Buffalo. Sen. Cherson then reported the names of the staff of PPB for next year. Pertaining to the Investigation Committee, he reported that Sen. ~ronenbitter had resigned from the committee, and on the administrations justification of the recent hitch-hiking arrests in question. The committee will meetMr. Durham on Thursday. Sen. Harmony' (2ndSen. Kszystyniak) moved to open the floor to recomendations for nominations to SASU. The recomendations and final votes were: Deb Ellwanger-16, Sen. Melech-9, Brian Angell-9, Chuck DiNatale -0, and Gloria Greenfield-10. Sen. Thompson then requested that Joe Russo be allowed to conduct an informal discussion as to the creation, and SA funding of a new student newspaper. It was decided that an ad-hoc committee shall be set up to investigate the matter further, with Sen. Thompson as chair-person. Committee Rgports Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Sen. Riebling reported that they still need supervisors for Cayuga, Seneca, and Riggs, and that the dates on the petitions-were a mistake and have now been officially changed to March 30th, at 3 p.m.. The committee is also working on publicity.and amendments 4 for the referendom. Internal Affairs Miss Ellwanger reported that Resolution 27 has been referred to College Affairs, and that Bill 139 to Judiciary and Constitutional Revision. College AffairsSen. Kronenbitter reported that they discussed Senior Week activities, with 4 present at the meeting, and that at this time the

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committee will not meet until more new business comes up. Old Business Bill 95 Sen. Kszystyniak sponsored the bill (2ndSen. Thompson), after '4 discussion the vetoe was sustained with a vote of 13-yes, 12-no, and 1-abs. Bill 136 Sen. Harmony sponsored the Bill (2nd-Sen. Hann), and it carried after discussion with 24-yes, 0-no, and 1-abs. Jeff then called for special Orders of the day for Resolution 29 (2nd-Sen. Balaban) ahd the motion carried, so did the resolution, 19-yes, 7-abs. Sen. Harmony then requested that copies of Bills 108 and 139, and resolutions 20 and 29 be included in the packet the next meeting. It was so noted. Ways and Means Committee Report Sen. Hann ex~lained the minutes. but Sen. Redlo moved to amend them to fund the Tai Chi khu'an Workshop in full. (2nd-Sen. Thompson) By a unanimous vote of 24, the minutes stood approved. Appropriation Bills Bill 140Sen. Thomspn sponsored the bill (2nd-Sen. Melech). Sen. Melech proposed to amend the total amount to $775.00, (2nd-Sen. Harmony), and it and the bill as amended carried, both with 25 unanimous yes votes. Bill 141 The bill was sponsored by Sen. Harmony, (2nd-Ms. Charette), and Jeff proposed to amend the allocation for Communication and Publicity to $35.00. (2ndGloria). The amendment carried by a unanimous hand vote. The bill as amended passed with 23-yes, 0-no, and 1-abs. Resolutions Res. 28 Sen. Kszystyniak and Sen. Harmony withdrew their sponsorship and there were no motions to sponsor it to the floor. Sen. Harmony moved to adjourn (2ndMr. Schifferli), it carried, and the senate stood adjourned at 8:00 p.m. Respectively submitted ,&xa kL&f Bill Bill Res. Finance Bill Miss Miller Sen. Balaban Sen. Cherson Sen. Faulter Mr. Martin Sen. Hann Sen. Greenrtein Sen. Harmony Gloria Greenfield Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Ks zys tyniak Sen. Melech Sen. McCmormack Amy Seiden Mr. "Spears Sen. Quackenbush Sen. Redlo Sen .. Riebling Mr. Schifferli 1 Sen. Slote Winnie Mulinack Karin Sexton Mr. Ozolins Jeff Miss Roman Ms. Charette Miss McDonough Sen. Thompson 95 136 29 .ldal)Minutes a1 141 Y Y y abs Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y y. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y abs n n Y abs n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y abs y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs 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 n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y abs y Y Y Y v v VY Y Y Y

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Ways and Means Committee Present were: Hann, Nelson, Falco, Martin, Lochner, Biscardi. -.I.Latin Student Union Request: $1,550.00 Representative: Mario Malave, Miss Roman Discussion: The Latin Student Union wishes monies for (1) three films, (2) a speaker, and (3) a band. Recommendations: Original P~O~OS~ Culebra the Beginning Film $ 50..00 P.R. Pais Colonizado Film 50.00 The Dispossessed Film 50.00 Speaker Felipe Luciano Poet 200.00 Tipico '73 Band 1200.00 \ Total $1550.00 $ 775.00 Rationale: I The committee felt the request was reasonable for a series of qctivities that will take place during "Latin Week". The committee decommends funding half of the request, the rest to be funded by P.P.B. 6-0-0 1I.Judo Club Request: $300.00 Discussion: The bill was tabled 6-0-0 :II.English Association Request: $105.00 Discussion: The money is to be used for coffee and tea for this semester's Poetry Festival scheduled March 29 and 30, April-.2-6. The festival will be held in the Union Informal Lounge and usually about 100 persons attend each day. The committee recommend funding in full. 6-0-0 1V.Tai Chi Chu'an Workshop Request: $102.48 Discussion: The club wished to buy 14 different text books. The club felt that these books were necessary for its members. With only a quarter of the school year left, it was the committee's feeling that the club could make provisions to get these books when they make up their budget for next year. The W. & M. committee recommends not funding this club. V.P.B.B. Bill is in packetj is self-explanantory. Next Ways and Means committee meeting: Thursday, March 29 at 4:45 in room 201, Hewitt Union. As of this date, there is $3,740.66 left in the Program Fund.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION T SENATE STAT.E UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th ~e~islative Session 34th Senate Meeting I April 3, 1973 Senate Agenda Tuesday, April 3, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports 6. Committee Reports a. Student Affairs b. Election Committee c. Judiciary and Constitutional Revision d. Academic Affairs e. Internal Operations f. Ways and Means 7. New Business Bill 142 Bill 143 Bill 144 8. Resolutions Res. 30 Res. 31 Res. 33 9. Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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Student Association State University Colleg at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th Senate Meeting April 3, 1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:17 Senators not present were: Sen. Smith, Sen. Grasso, Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Sen. Kronenbitter, Sen. Sachi, Sen. Stevenson,(sub-Ms. Sexton), Mr. O'Keefe (sub-Mr. Ozolins), Miss Roman, Ms. Dieli (sub-Ms. Charette) and Sen. Hewitt (sub-Ms. Heilig) Senator Hann Proposed to amend the agenda putting Bill 118 first in New Business. (2nd-Mr. Brandte) Sen. Cherson moved to amend by putting Resolution 31 after Bill 142. Both motions carried and the amended agenda was approved. Sen. Harmony moved to approve the minutes (2nd-Sen. Kszystyniak), and they were changed:including Ms. Dieli (sub-Ms. Charette), and Sen. Hewitt (not Miss Heilig) as being absent. Also Ms. Dieli was appointed to Ways and Means Committee. Then, so noted, the motion carried. Executive Reports Chris Pelkey reported on Faculty Assembly: They are dealing now with Proficiency exams for introdu.ctory courses, interdisciplinary program advisement, residnecy requirement for graduates, early admissions (after 3 Years of High School), a new Philosophy major, and proposals for Fine Arts and Music Majors. She then answered questions pertaining to the Mediation Panel, and its members. Sen. Melech moved for Special Orders of the Day to bring Bills 129 and 123 (both vetoed) to the floor. (2nd-Sen. Seiden) It carried. Sen. Thom~son moved to table Bill 129 indefinitelv. (2nd-Mr. Brandte). and J. 4 z it carried. After discussion of Bill 133, a vote was taken sustaining the veto with 20-yes, 6-no, and 1 abs.. Then Sen. Thompson moved to reconsider (2nd-John), and after a lengthy debate, the veto was overridden with a vote of 26-yes, and 1-no. At 6:20 the Senate recessed, and reconvened at 7:lO. Then, by a handvote the Senate decided.to hold meeting on Wednesday next week. Committee Re~orts Stdunt Affairs no report (Sen. ~ronenbitter.~prained her ankle) Election Committee Sen. Riebling reported that the elections are Judiciary and Constitutional Revision They dealt with Bill. 118, an ing it i in the packet* Academic Affairs Sen. Harmony reported that the Library Council has not yet changed the book check-out system, and at this time, don't have the funds. ~nternal Operations Sen. Harmony reported that the Parking Restrictions Bill was 'referred'to Student Affairs for investigation. Ways and Means Sen. Hann explained the minutes. Mr. Martin moved to approve the Finance Committee minutes (2nd-Jeff), and it carried. New Business Bill 118 Sen. Harmony sponsored the Bill, (2nd-Jeff), and Sen. Melech moved to table it (2nd-Ms. Charette), the motion carried. Bill 142 Sen. Harmony sponsored the bill (2nd-Sen. Melech). Sen. Seiden moved to table for one week.(Znd-Ms. Charette). It carried. Sen. Melech then called for Special Orders af the Day to bring Bills 143 and 145 to the floor, and it carried. Bill 143 Sen. Harmony sponsored the Bill (2nd-Eric), and then friendly

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amendment TO sectlon X'i 3 reading: "is will take effect on April 11. So, amended the Bill carried unanimously, with 22-yes votes. Bill 145 Sen. Harmony sponsored the bill (2nd-Sen. Riebling). Sen. Riebling proposed to amend the bill to add an allocation of$20 to print ballads, (2nd-Sen. NcCormack) to be taken from Operating Expenses, and to state that the voting will take place on April 9 and 10th. A handvote carried the amendment, and the Bill was passed as amended with 22-yes votes. Sen. Harmony moved to adjourn (2nd-Eric), and the motion carried. The Senate stood adjourned at 7:40 p.m.. Respec-tfully Submitted, Bill Bill Bill Bill Bill 129 f33 133 143 145 Sen. Rainford Sen. Balaban Sen. Cherson Miss Commer Sen. Faultey Mr. Martin I Sen. Hann Sen. Harmony Sue Heilig John Kortmulder Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Melech Sen. McCarthy Sen. McCormack Ben. Moore Amy Seiden Sen. Nelson Sen. Quackenbush Sen. Redlo Sen.Riebling Mr. Brandte Sen. Slote Eric Karin Sexton Mr. Ozolins Jeff Sen. Bucher Ms. Charette Miss McDonough Sen. Thompson Y n Y n n Y n Y Y Y abs n Y n n Y n Y Y Y Y n Y n Y n Y

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Executive Action on Legislation Bill #I29 concerning a second campus newspaper vetoed 3-12-73 Bill #I33 concerning the telephone tax vetoed 3-29-73 Bill #I35 concerning the policy and executive review committeeapproved 3-28-73 Bill $136 concerning the summer programming fees approved 3-29-73 Bill #137 funds for Senior Week approved 3-29-73 Bill #I38 funds to Order of Prometheus approved 3-29-73 Bill #I39 concerning reserved seats approved 3-29-73 Bill #I40 funds for Latin Student Union approved 3-29-73 Bill #I41 funds for Women for a New World -1 approved 3-29-73

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 cegory 04. Gates Prestdent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting April 10, 1973 Senate Agenda Wednesday ,. April 11 ,' 1973 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports Committee Reports a. Ways and Means Appropriation Bills Bill 147 Bill 148 Bill 149 Bill 150 b. Internal Operations c. Student Affairs d. Academic Affairs e. Judiciary and Consti'tutional Revision Old Business Bill 118 Bill 142 Bill 144 New Business Bill 146 Resolutions Res. 31 Res. 33 Res. 34 10. Adjournment HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Sesssion 35th Senate Meeting 4 April 11, 1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 7:15 p.m. Senators not present were: Ms. Dieli (sub-Ms. Charette), Sen. Faulter (subMary Martin), Sen. Grasso, Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Sen. Hewitt, Sen. Kszystyniak, Sen. Melech, Miss McDonough, Sen. Moore, Sen. Quackenbush, Sen. Rainford, Sen. Smith, Sen. Stevenson (sub-peter Mayer) Sen. Balaban moved to approve the agenda (2nd-Sen. -Harmony). Then Sen. Balaban moved to amend to bring Resolution 34 to the floor after the approval of the minutes.(2nd-Sen. Kortmulder). Sen. Cherson (2nd-Sen. Hann) moved to amend putting Bill 118, 142, and Resolution 31 directly after Resolution 34. Both motions to amend carried. Then, it was noted that Bill 150 should be stricken because it was not included in--the packet, and Sen. Slote withdrew his sponsorship of RiGolution 33, which should also be taken off the agenda. As amended the agenda was approved. Sen. Harmony moved to approve the minutes (2nd-Sen. Balaban), and it carried. Resolution 34 Sen. Balaban sponsored the bill (2nd-Sen. Harmony). A friendly amendment was made changing the voting records as follows; under Res. A, 6-For was changed to 3-For, and under Res. B 80-For to 40-For. Also it was amended to stipulate that copies be sent to Dr. Perdue Dr. Rock, Dr. Glinski, Mr. "'ells, and Dr. Rubenstein. So amended it carried with 24-ves votes. dill 118 Was sponsored by Ei-ic (2nd-Peter Mayer) ~fter discussion it was defeated by a vote-of 1-yes, 20-no, and 1-abs. Bill 142 was sponsoredby -~r. DiNatale ( 2nd-Sen. Kortmulder) and friendly amended to "be compiled monthly" (instead of weekly). It was defeated with 6-yes, 18-no, and 0-abs. Res. 31 Sen. Cherson brought the bill to the floor (2nd-Sen. Thompson) and friendly amended it to read; This Resolution will be sent in the form of a telegram to President Nixon, Sen. Javitts, Sen. Buckley, and Congressman McKuen, and copies will be sent to Dr. Rock, Dr. Perdue and the Oswegonian. Sen. Harmony then proposed to amend to add a clause concerning the condemnation of the Viet Cong for their actions toward the ICCS Helicopters, and accepted a friendly amendment to his amendment, thanking the Viet Cong for the people's revolution. It was defeated by a vote of hands. The Res. then carried with 18-yes, 1-no, and 4-abs. Executive Reports Vice~Presiaent Gates summarized the report from Chris Pelkey, the .delegate. Faculty Assembly; there is a new "early admissions" policy for high school students in their junior or senior year., the new withdrawl policy, a new residency requirement of 2 semesters to receive a5ademic credit, a new philosophy major, and a proposed admissions policy of 50% male and 50% female on a first come-first serve basis. President Burton reported on various issues: The sponsor of the State bill to eliminate higher education tuition has withdrawn his sponsor., The phasing out. -f Scholar Incentive has been proposed., The government's philosophy of aid io the institution of higher education may be changing to one of aiding the students more directly., There is a Bill dealing with the appointment of a faculty and student member on a lccal College Council. ,The refund of 13 dollar and twenty five cents to students under the meal plan will be given as soon as possible., The board contract will be going up by lo%, and a coupon plan

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rP. -. will >e eyed nex: ~SEF.. -?? :~eslce?-: ?-en o~ie~ed t~ Sen. Teilo. nrc congratulations and best wishes. The bill dealing with the mandatory S.A. fee is still under committee unCer Sen. Marchi, the Chairman of Finance., The Post Standard and The Herald Journal have asked to do a sunday special on SAVAC, and its operations, and the President expressed his thanks for their fine work., He then endorsed the report of Jim Kellerhouse on the Food Co-op, rnd introduces Mr. Kellerhouse and Dennis Morton to give their report. A question and answer period followed concerning the Food CO-OP, and it was explained that the $5,000 allocation is ready and waiting. Procedures will begin as soon as a site is secured. Mr. Morton thanked the SA and those concerned for their help and cooperation. Sen. Wicks moved for a Special Order of the Day (2nd-Mr:Lochner) to open discussion on the memorandum concerning the phone tax. After questions, answers and discussion, Sen. Wicks moved the agenda(2nd-Eric), it carried. Committee Reports Ways and Means ~lr. Martin explained the minutes and recoxer.ia!--ions and amended the total re'comendation for funding unde~ section ILI to $3.28. Mr. Martin then moved to approve the minutes (2ndSen. Hann), and the motion carried. Appropriation Bills Bill 147 Mr. martin sponsored the Bill (2nd-Mr. DiNatale). It was noted that the bill should have read 3 instructors and $600.00. So noted the bill was amended by Mr. Martin (2nd-Sen. Hann) to read 2 instructors and $400.00. The bill as amended carried with 18-yes, and 2-abs. Bill 148 Sen. Hann opened discussion (2nd-Mr. Martin), and it carried, 20-yes. Bill 149 Mr. Martin sponsored the bill (2nd-Sen. Hann), and they then amended the total amount to $328.00, as amended the motion carried with 22-yes votes. Senator Thompson moved to adjourn (2nd-Ms. Charette), it was defeated. *,en. Hann then moved for Special Orders of the Day for Res.35, and it ~arried. Res.35 (previously Bill 144) was sponsored hy Mr. Mayer (2nd-Sen. Nelson), and it carried with a vote of 15-yes, 2-no, and 4-abs. Sen. Thompson moved to adjourn (2nd-Sen. McCarthy), and it carried. The Senate stood adjourned at 10:05 p.m. ectfully Submitted, 2 ,f .-. ,.: / g5.g.;L&;" J

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Ways and Means Report Present were: Hann, DiNatale, Falco, Nelson, Martin. I. Judo Club Reauest: $600.00 .. Discussion: During the first semester the Judo Club was given monies for the first semester program and instructors. At that time monies for the second semester's instructors were promised. The Judo Club, however, came back for monies for three instructors instead of the agreed upon two. Recommendations: The Ways and Means Committee only recommends funding for two instructors at $200.00 apiece. Total: $400.00 ati ion ale: We agreed upon two so we-feel that it is only fair that we pay for only two. 11. SAVAC Representative: Peter F. Monnella Reauest: $368.00 A Discussion: On the dates April 24th to April 27th SAVAC wishes to send two representatives to attend a convention of the American College ~eal~hAssociation' s 51st Annual conference. The convention is to be at Chicago's Conrad Hilton, and the students wish to stay 3 nights and four days. Attending the convention will be college administrators and physicians. SAVAC was asked by the convention to give a talk on Health Care in Oswego and the development of SUCO1c 4 student-run ambulance. SAVAC feels that this is a great chance to give recognition to SUCO and their Health Care program. From the convention the representatives wish to gain: 1) new knowledge for SAVAC and the improvement of SUCO's Health Care, 2) knowledge of new equipment, 3) publicity for SUCO, 4) ways of expanding SUCO health care service, and 5) possible ways of starting a paramedic program at SUCO. ~ecommendations: The Ways and Means Committee recommends that SAVAC be funded as follows: Original Proposed GAS $.08/mile, 1700 miles $126.00 0.k. HOTEL $24.00/night, 3 nights 72.00 0.k. MEALS 4 days 120.00 $80.00 PRESENTATION(slides, tapes,etc.) TOTAL Rationale: The meals were rounded down to represent a more reasonable cost. 111. English Association Representative: Mary McAleavey Request: $250.00 4 Discussion: On April 26 (Shakespeare's birthday) the English ~ssociation wishes to sponsor a Shakespeare's Birthday Celebration. This celebration would include: llscenes from some of Shakespeare's works, 2) music (from his time), 3) foods from his time, 4) dress

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W E M, page 2. of his time, 5) stalls, booths, and exhibits, showing the handicrafts of his time. The costs would be as follows: food and drink 75.00 costumes 100.00 publicity and photography 25.00 music 10.00 paper and printing 15.00 dramatic 25.00 Total : $250.00 Recommendations: The Ways and Means Committee feels that due to the insufficient funds in the program fund and the short notice we have had on this program, we do not recommend funding. IV. Lame Duck Society Representative: Michael Monte Request: $410.00 Discussion: During the week of April 16, the ~ame-~uck Society wishes to: 1) show the movie, "The Ex-con Outside", and 2) on April 19, they wish to sponsor the speaker, Ron Fleetwood. Lame-Duck is presently involved in creating a community awareness of correctional facilities, penal reform, and problems encountered by ex-cons upon release. Ron Fleetwood, being an ex-con and a member of the New York City group, "Prisoner's Rights", is felt to be an excellent 4 speaker by Lame-Duck. He will give a lecture on th.e 19th dnd also be available to speak in classes. The movie, "The Ex-con Outside" deals extensively with the prejudices against ex-offenders in seeking employment. Lame-Duck feels that both programs are worthwhile and would be a great asset to the campus. Recommendations: The Ways and Means Committee feels that both programs are worthwhile and should be funded in full. Itemized as follows: Film, "The Ex-con Outside" $ 50.00 Travel, Syracuse, N.Y. 60.00 Speaker, Ron Fleetwood 300.00 Total: $410.00 EXECUTIVE ACTION ON LEGISLATION Bill 143 amendment to Bill 91, Election Law, vetoed, 4/11/73 Bill 145 money for running elections, approved, 4/11/73

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OSWEGO STATE FOOTBALL CLUB ORGANIZATION Jill Haselkorn, President Rusty Crueitti, Captain Resolution A Whereas, this organization recognized by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College at Oswego (herein known as the institution) as the Oswego State Football Club Organization (OSFCO) was founded through the concept of a club with self-determination and... Whereas, the OSFCO is concerned with the best available coaching staff, with expertise capable of preparing members physically and mentally for a physical contact sport requiring training for safety, and.. Whereas, the OSFCO supports faithfully and loyally our own chosen coaching staff because of their expertise, hard work, and dedication to our organization, Be it resolved on this 5th day of April, 1973, the OSFCO hereby supports and endorses Douglas J. Rubinstein as an integral member 26 For 0 Against 4 Abstaining of the coaching staff of the OSFCO. Resolution B Whereas, the funding of all necognized student organizations (herein known as Clubs) is evolved from the Student Association of the State University of New York, College at Oswego (herein known as the institution), and said funding is subject to the approval of the aforementioned institution, and... Whereas, the OSFCO can support its beliefs that its rights as a recognized Club have been violated, Be it resolved by the OSFCO on this day that the Oswego State Football Club Organization propse to the Student Association of the State University of New York, College at Oswego that no funds be allocated to and/or for the Oswego State Football Club Organization unless said organization retains its rights of self determination and that no funds be allocated to any other football program acting in lieu of the legally recognized Oswego State Football Club Organization. 30 For 0 Against 1 Abstaining

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OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS: PRESIDENT: Winnie Mullinack 510 Bob Griffith 551 Gregg Gates 270 Robert Redlo 782 WINNER VICE-PRESIDENT: Charles DiNatale 637 Mario Malave 981 WINNER CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS: 4 Amendment #1 FOR1416 AGAINST292 PASSED Amendment #2 FOR1047 AGAINST344 PASSED FACULTY-STUDENT ASSOCIATION: SOPHOMORE J. Price 89 votes WINNER JUNIOR T. D'Angelo 115 votesWINNER SENIORA. Czech 85 votes WINNER FACULTY-ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVES: 1. uss sell Tarby 98 votes WINNER 2. T. Paul Murphy 72 votesWINNER 3. Ron Dygert 41 votes WINNER COMMUTER SENATORS: 4 1. McCarthy 164 votes WINNER 2. Anthony 162 votes WINNER 3. Kszystyniak 146 votes WINNER

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-. OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS p.2 COMMUTER SENATORS (cont.): 4. Harmony 145 votes WINNER 5. Bucher 143 votes WINNER 6. Hutchinson 143 votes WINNER 7. Van Epps 137 votes WINNER 8. Greeney 135 votes WINNER 9. Jackson 130 votes WINNER 10. Bintz 122 votes WINNER 11. OIConnell 36 votes WINNER Stewart 29 votes WINNER 13. Hogue 21 votes WINNER 14. Kaulfuss 20 votes---TIE FOR THIS POSITION 15. Umina 20 votes------RIGGS SENATOR: 1. George Ozalins 76 votes WINNER JOHNSON SENATOR: 1. Marie Brutvan106 votes WINNER WATERBURY SENATOR: 1. Ann Miller 116 votes WINNER SCALES SENATOR: 1. Bob Nelson 138 votes WINNER Hart Senators: 1. Wendy Karp 83 votes WINNER 2. THIS SEAT VACANT

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14 OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS p.3 Funnelle Senators: 1. John Weil 126 votes WINNER 2. Elton Mantle 125 votes WINNER Onondaga Senators: 1. Robert Slote 125 votes WINNER 2. ~a&ia Roman 124 votes WINNER TH S POSITION VACANT 3Seneca Senators: 1. Joe Melech 89 votes WINNER 2. Alan Weinger 86 votes WINNER 3. THIS POSITION VACANT Oneida Senators: 1. Jeff Wicks 138 votes WINNER 2. Roy Thompson 82 votes WINNER Cayuga Senators: 1. Holly Charetts 99 votes WINNER 2. THIS POSITION VACANT

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COLLEGF Gi; k2i~ AN9 SCIENCE AT OSWEGO, PJiW YYORK 13126 April 6, 1973 Mr. Gregory Gates President of Stud.ent Senate suco Dear Mr. Gates: Reference is made to the recent decision of the Student Senate to override the veto of President Burton on the matter of paying for telephone excise tax. Please be advised that in no way can this office be implicitly or explicitly involved. in such an action. Mr. Lamkay has advised you of at least two reasons for non-compliance with the senate action. To these I must add the following: Such an action will undoubtedly provoke an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service and subsequently threaten the tax exempt provisions presently available to the Student Association; and As an official of the State of New York I am legally compelled to uphold the law. RWR: jp cc: Mr. Burton Mr. Lamkay a YOU < Robert W, Rock Vice President for Student Affairs RECEIVED APR 9 1973 STUDENT ASSOCIATION

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION ACCOUNTING and FINANCE \ STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 'Philip W. Lamkay Director Of Finance April 4, 1973 MEMORANDUM TO: Greg Gates, President of the Senate FROM: Philip W. Lamkay, Director of Finance RE: SA Phones Please be advised that Student Association will pay excise tax on all SA and organizational phones, regardless of a decision not to pay such tax by the Senate. The reason for my decision is twofold. First, such an action legally can lead to the arrest and 4 conviction of the custodial and disbursing agent of SA. And second, such an action is clearly a change in the budget and must be approved under Board of Trustees policy by Dr. Rock, before the bill becomes effective. Furthermore, I contend that the Senate Bill is in violation of the SA Constitution, and invite the Senate to legal action. cc: Dr. Purdue ROOM 207 HEWITT UNION PHONE [315] 341-3603

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cj~efory cA. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 36th Senate Meeting April 17, 1973 Program of Events 1. Call to Worship 2. Congregational Attendance 3. Approval of Program of Events 4. Approval of Scriptures 5. Semi-godlike Reports 6. Apostolic Confessions A. Sunday School Affairs B. Disciple Affairs C. Infernal Affairs D. Catechetical and Scriptural Revision E. Collection Reports 7. Old Testament A. Epistle 146 8. New Testament A. Parable 36 9. Benediction HEWIll UNION @ PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th legislative Session #h Senate Meeting 3k r 7 April W, 1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:40 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Balaban (sub-Mr. Weil), Ms. Dieli, Sen. Grasso, Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Sen. Hewitt, Sen. Kronenbitter, Sen. Kszystyniak, Sen. Melech, Sen. Rieblimg, Sen. Sachi, Mr. Schifferli, Sen. Smith, Gary Stevenson, and John Kortmulder (sub-Peter) Sen. Harmony moved to approve-the agenda (2nd-Sen. Rainford), it carried. Sen. Harmony moved to approve the minutes (2nd-Mr. Ozolins), it carried. Executive Reports Vice-president Gates reported that the Faculty Assembly has recomended a policy change in admissions so as not to discriminate by sex any longer, and explained that Sen. Hanks had resigned, being unable to attend meetings. Paul Grau was nominated for traffic court judge and after an explanation from Sen. Hann, the nomination was approved by a hand vote. The Chair extended its congratulations. Committee Reports Academic Affairs Sen. Harmonv re~orted on the Facultv Evaluation situa & a ation as it now stands; there has been no monies allocated for this purpose, and the faculty has expressed a great lack of cooperation and interest, and considering the memorandum received from Dr. King, There will be no faculty-evaluation this semester. The committee approved the new Business Administration maior. Student Affairs Sen. ~ronenbitter still has a broken or sprained foot. Internal Operations nothing but the agenda for this week Judiciarv and Constitutional Revision Sen. Hann answered questions on 2 + the traffic court crisis. Ways and Means no report Old Business Bill 146 was sponsored be Sen. Harmony (2ndSen. Nelson) and carried with 24-yes votes. Sen. Thompson called for Special Orders of the Day for Bill 147 and it carried. (2ndHarmony) Bill 147 was sponsored by Sen. Thompson (2nd-Harmony) and a friendly amendment was made reading that the committee will be made up of Eric, Peter, and Roy, and anyone else interested. It carried with 16-yes, 4-n0 and4-abs.. New Business Res. 36 was sponsored by Sen. Harmony (2nd-Sen. Bucher) and friendly amended to add the word supposedly before "ended the c0nfl5ct~~ andtltelenramstlwere changed to Special belivery-~e~istered letters. Also there was another paragraph added reading; THEREFORE, be it resolved that President Nixon also be condemned for resuming the bombing in Laos on April 16, 1973. So amended the Bill carried with 19-yes, 1-no, and 4abs.. Sen. Harmony moved to adjourn (2nd-Mr. Weil), and it carried. The Senate stood adjourned at 6:20 p.m. (before dinner) Respectfully Submitted, A97

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Voting Record April 17 . Weil Sen. Bucher en. Cherson &ASS Comer Sen. Faulter en. Hann en. Harmony Peter "r. Martin en. McCarthy Sen. EcCormack Miss McDonough en. Moore ,en. Nelson Mr. Ozolins en. Quackenbush' en. Rainford Sen. Redlo *'iss Roman en. Seiden Sen. Slote Fric en. Thompson ~eff Bill 146 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Bill 147 n n Y abs abs Y n Y Y Y Y Y abs abs n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Res. 3 6 Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y abs Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y n Internal Operations Committee Minutes 4 were: Senators:Bucher, Slote, Wicks, Harmony. I ihe final agenda for the 9th Legislatice Session was adopted and approved and accepted unanimously. The committee reported that Senator Thompson's )ill dealing with a Senate party was incorrectly numbered. Instead of Jill 147, it is Bill 150. The committee also noted that last year the Senate considered 154 bills and 48 resolutions in 32 meetings, while this rear the Senate considered 150 bills and 37 resolutions in 37 meetings. Executive Action on Legislation: : dill 147 (Judo Club) approved 4/20/73 Bill 148 (Lame-Duck Society) approved 4/20/73 Jill 149 (SAVAC) approved 4/20/73 Jill 150 (committee for Senate Party) approved 4/20/73

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Minutes of the Internal Operations Committee Present were: Senators Bucher, McCarthy and Harmony and Mr. Martin. The Program of events was established. The committee met and operated without the great'guidance of ex-Senator Ellwanger to guide us in our bumbling ways. Student Affairs Committee Minutes Present were: no one Executive Action on Legislation: Bill 147 (Judo Club), 148 (Lame-Duck Society) and 149 (SAVAC) all pending executive action.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjrcgoq cA. Gates Prestdent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 37th Senate Meeting April 24, 1973 Senate Agenda 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 4.5 Senator Wicks 5. Executive Reports 6. Committee Reports 1. Ways and Means 2. Academic Affairs 3. Student Affairs 4. Internal Operations 5. Judiciary and Constitutional Revision 7. Old Business 8. New Business 1. Resolution #37 9. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University of New York College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 37th Senate Meeting Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at approximately 5:00 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Balaban, Ms. Dieli, Sen. Grass, Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Sen. Harmony (sub4 Miss Martin), Sen. Hewitt, Sen. Kszystyniak, Sen. Melech, Sen. McCarthy, Mr. OtKeefe, Sen. Sachi, Kr. Schifferli (sub-Mr. ~eil), Sen. Seiden (sub-Bliss ~chell), Sen. Smith and Gary. Eric moved to approve the agenda (2nd-sen. ~uackenbush), and it carried. Eric and Sen. Quackenbush moved to approve the minutes, and it carried. Senator Wicks reported on his discussion with Dr. Bartle on academic credit for senators. He suggested starting with 4 or 5 senators on an experiauantal basis ifi-P~ 198, elected by the Senat a. Executive Reports vice-president Gates had nothing new to report. Committee Reports Wags and Means Hr. Martin added a request made by NYSTA of $135.00 in the committee minutes. The money is needed for a NYSTA conference in Albany. Sen. Hann moved to approve the minutes (2nd-~iss Martin). ERicrmoved to change the committee recommendation concerning the German Club, and funding in full, for $150.00. (2nd-~eff). The motion to amend carried with a vote of 17-yes, and 6-no. Then the minutes were approved with 24-yes votes. Student Affairs Sen. Kronenbitter reported onthe party being sponsored by the Oswegonian and suggested that the Senate attend. Sen. Redlo then moved to allocate $100.00 from the Program Fund for an SA party. (2nd-John). The measure was defeated with 11-yes, and 12-no, and 1-abs. Sen. Cherson then called for special orders of the day to consider Resolution 38 which expresses disapproval and no confidence in PPBts choice of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band for our spring concert, especially considering the other alternatives. The motion was defeated. New Business Res 3b[ Sen. Kronenbitter moved to consider (2nd-sen. ~c~ormack) the. and Sen. Harmony said, flItts a farce." Eric re~lied. "for once I agree with himw. 1t was CLEARLY defeated by-a haGd voke. Sen. Harmony moved an adjournment (2nd-Jeff), it carried. The Senate stood adjourned at 5r55 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Susan Barth

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Sen. Bucher Sen. Cherson Miss Comer Sen. Faulter Sen. Hann Miss Martin John Sen. Kronenbitter Mr. Martin Sen. McCormack Miss McDonough Sen. Moore Sen. Nelson Sen. Quackenbush Sen. Rainford Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Miss Roman Mr. Weil Miss Schell Sen. Slote Eric Sen. Thompson Jeff Senate Voting Record-April 24aEfie amend Min. Y Res. 37 n Y n n n n Y n Y n n Y Y n abs Y Y n n n Y Y Y Y

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Senate Ways and Means Committee Present were : Hann, Nelson, Falco, Martin. I. German Club Request: $150.00 Representative: Stephen Schulte Discussion: On Friday, May 4, the German Club wishes to hold a dance for all students in the Foreign Studies Department. The cost of the event would be $2.50 per person. The place of this event would be Rich Hall and due to a lack of space the number would be limited to 75 couples or 150 people. Recommendations: The W E M Committee does not recommend funding because we feel that the event would be too exclusive and therefore not readily open to the whole campus. The committee recommends that the price of the ticket cover the band. Vote: 3-1-0 11. Industrial Arts Association Request: $218.45 Discussion: On April 2-7, -3: representatives of the I.A. Association attended a convention in Atlantic City of the American I.A. Association. Topic of the convention was the development of I.A. in the urban society. New machines, texts, and teaching methods were discussed. The Association felt that the convention was worthwhile; also noting that very rarely are these conventions held on the eastern seaboard. Recommendations: Original Room-$52.60 Tips-$2.50 Meals-$104.95 Gas-$36.40 Tolls-$7.00 Registation fee-$15.00 Rationale: The WEM Committee should have been, paid for by the Proposed 0.k. delete 0.k. 0.k. 0.k. delete felt that the registration fee individuals of the organization. 1II.Oswego Rugby Club Upstate Rugby Union Tourney Request: $100.00 to be broken down as follows: A. Trophy, a traveling trophy standing 30" high ...... $35.00 B. Phone Expenses .................................... $10.00 C. Advertising Expenses, posters, newspaper, etc ..... $25.00 D. Lime, to line our tourney fields .................. $ 5.00 E. Ball, 1 ball for tournament ....................... $25.00 $lOO.OO Date and Time of Event: April 28-29; start 9:00 a.m. on Sat. until 5 p.m.; start 11:OO a.m. until 3 p.m. Recommendations: The Ways and Means Committee recommends full funding of this request. The trophy is a traveling trophy, and thus 4 will spend time in Oswego. Lining the fields and having a playing ball is essential. The advertising costs are more than reasonable, due to the fact that the advertisement will be in newspapers throughout the area. Lastly, the phone expenses should not fall on the person who is already putting out the major effort to organize

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.4 from the entire program, not one individual. Vote: 4-0-0. IV. B.S.U. Representative: Rick Miller Request: $600.00 Discussion:Request is for proposed "Weekend Thing", Friday, April 27 Sunday April 29, 1973: Friday, April 27 Dance, Hewitt Union Ballroom, Group-"Tarika Blue", Cost$200.00 Saturday, April 28 Party, Costnone. Sunday, April 29 Picnic, Fallbrook Lodge, Group "Stoned", Cost $200.00 Miscellaneous Expenditures Transportation, Maintenance, Telephone. Cost: $200.00 Recommendations: BSU received $150 from F.S.A. The miscellaneous expenses are not essential. The Ballroom is booked on Friday, April 27, and thus cannot house a band. The Ways and Means Committee recommends funding $50 to BSU for the balance of expenses for the Sunday picnic and group. Vote: 4-0-0.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting lames 0. e7Kossgsaber President of The Senate May 2, 1972 Bill 1 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sceiences at Oswego that : a $5000.00 be alloted to Women For A New World for a speaker, Rose Weger, for May 3, in the Hewitt Union Ballroom at 9;OOp.m. sponsored by the Finance Committee Passed 25-yes 2-no HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 -lames '3. cMossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting May 11, 1972 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 : Non-Violent Action Movement According to guidelines from Albany, Student Associations are to be used for activities that have social and educatuional value. The war is a moral issue. We are a group sponsored by the NonViolent Action Movement, a non-political group. We are planning to charter buses to Washington D.C. to participate in the anti-war movement. The trip and experiences of Washington are educational and for those who do not go.,, for whatever reason, we will share the knowledge obtained from experiences acquired there with them tnrough workshops, seminars, papers, etc. As of 3:30 PM this afternoon, we have signed up 106 persons who wish to go do Washington D.C.. This constitutes two busloads sf people. We have negotiated with many bus companies, at the most conservative figure we have arrived at is $825.00 for one bus Since we have enough people To fill two buses, the cost is double this, which is $1,650.00.. We are requesting this full amount from the Treasury of SA. We are not supporting civil disobedience or any form of violent activity by those who are transported to Washington D.C.' by SA funded buses. Introduced by Kathy White HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 8. ~OSS~TU~~T President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session Mayll, 1972 Bill 3 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New Yorlg, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Student Association Senate appropriate $1,650.00 from the' Budget Category untitled Program Fund for the expressed purpose of chartering two buses to Washington, D.C., on Monday, May 15, (to return on Thursday, May 18, 1972) The purpose of this allocation is to allow students to express themselves in opposition to the War in Indochina. Be it further enacted that the Student Association Senate appropriate -........ (repeats previous paragraph) HEWln UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session May 15, 1972 Bill 4 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The SA executive be anabled to initiate, finalize, and make all further arrangements concerning a S.A. loan for the purpose of financing a bus to Washington D.C.. This loan shall not exceed the amount collected through the meal sacrifice of Friday, the 15th. This loan shall be made to the party and for= the amount the FSA designates. This responsibility shall extend only for the amount of time covering this bill. HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE UNIVERS STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE ITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW I lames 0. dXossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session Bill 5 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University College of New York-, A College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that the Native American Brotherhood Cultural Program be allotted $443.20 for four films and the presentation of the Onondaga Singing Society. The events will take place on May 14-15, in Hewitt Union Sponsored by the Finance Committee Passed 18-yes 4-abs HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting September 6, 1972 Bill #6 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 Art Committee be appropriated $1095.00 to present 2 (two) art exhibits in the fall of 1972. This appropriation is to provide membership fees, telephone, display panels and ceiling hooks, as well as providing the exhibits themselves. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee Senate Action: 24-yes 0-no 1-abs. Approved September 12, 1972 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 fumes 9. ~ossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 Bill #7 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 $1500.00 be allocated from the Program Fund to supplement the Consumer Guide Program. Further be it enacted that the committee will implement the following stipulations: 1. There be a positive-neutral rating system 2. There be rating on prices and not on services 3. There be an evaluation of student consumer priorifies leading to a more realistic survey. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee. Senate Action: 13-yes Senate Action: Remained Vetoed AW&& President Thomas H. Burton HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 -(lames 8. c76Zossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting September 4, 1972 Bill #8 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 $4,000.00 be allocated from the Health Contingency Fund for expenditure in the following rr, areas : $1,000.00 SAVAC $1,000.00 Epidemiological Emergency Fund $2,000 .OO Reserve......These monies shall be used to promote the general health and well-being of the Student Association members pending a detailed and comprehensive statistical analysis of health delivery at the State University College at Oswego, with the approval of the Senate. Be it further enacted that: All remaining monies in the Health Contingency Fund be transfered to the budget line Program Fund and be considered available for use commencing with the passage of this bill. Senate Action: 20-yes 7 3-no 2-abs. September 12, 1972 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. dNossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting September 6, 1972 Bill #9 H Whereas, in preceding years a number of pertinent questions have been raised concerning the Intercollegiate Athletic program; Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : An Athletic Advisory Council be formed for the purpose of conducting an evaluation and lending further direction to the program. The council will also handle requests for tournaments from the Intercollegfate Athletic program, placing priorities and welgMng benefits to the participantirand the entire student body. This board shall be composed of the Director of Athletics; Treasurer of Athletics; Director of Finance; a member of the Board for Policy, Planning and Budget; two members of the Student Association Senate; one member of the student body, at large, appointed by the Senate; and three revolving seats open to members of the Intercollegiate Athletic program. Submitted by the Director of Finance, Philip W. Lamkay Sponsored by Senator Claffey Senate Action 18-yes 4-no 2-abs. September 12; 1972 HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association / State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative 9th Senate Meeting September 6, 1972 Bill #10 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : 1 for those students so desiring, a leave of absence of 10 academic days be allowed for the purpose of participating in the campaign of the political candidate of their choice. This period would extend over the academic weeks of October 23-27 and October 30-November 3, 1972. It must be clearly understood that each student's decision rests upon the knownledge that he or she will be held responsible for any work missed and that this leave of absence is not, in any way, to be construed as a vacation of any sort. Introduced by Sen. Wicks. Senate Action: 20 no 4 yes HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMoss4mber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting September 12, 1972 Bill # 11 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The organization entitled Women --for a New World be appropriated $350.00 to sponsor a Rock Band Dance to be held on October 4, 1972 at 8:00 pm. in the Hewitt Union Ball Room. This appropriation is to be a transaction from the Program Fund of the Student Association Senate and this event will be open to the college community. This program is planned as a highlight to a week-long Women's Festival to begin October 1, 1972. Senate Action: 21-yes September 14, 1972 HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. fissqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting September 12, 1972 Bill # 12 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 Senate hereby establish the following standing committees for the 1972-73 Legislative Session and further that the Senate hereby confirms the appointments of the chairman of said committees as submitted by the President of the Senate with the advice and consent of the Senate in accordance with Article I, Section 2, Paragraph 6 of the document entitled, Constitution and Bylaws of the Student Association. 7Further, this bill provides for the succession of office as mandated in said document, Article I, Section 7, Paragraph 5. The following committees are listed in order of line of succession: Senate Rules Committee Senator M. Claffey Chairman Senate Finance Committee Senator K. Sullivan Chairman Senate Judiciary Committee Senator T. OfShaughnessy Chairman Senate Student Affairs Committee Senator A. Kronenbitter Chairman Senate Academic Affairs Committee Senator C. Pelkey Chairman HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 0. c7b2ossqsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting September 12, 1972 Bill # 12 Senate Election Committee Senator W. Ksystyniak Chairman Senate Action: 19-yes 2-abs. September 14, 1972 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 -lames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting September 12, 1973 Bill #13 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 Senate empowers the following committees of the Senate with the designated responsibilities: Senate Rules Committee 1. To compose a weekly agenda for the Student Association Senate, 2. To make recommendations as to committee referrals of specific legislation, 3. To provide the Senate with knowledge of preexisting legislation of the Senate which could affect the execution of current proposed legislation, 4. To propose necessary legilation to facilitate the internal operations of the Student Association. Senate Judiciary Committee 1. To present recommendations as to the qualifications of all executive court appointments, 2. To present appropriate legislation to facilitate the operations of the Student Association Judiciary, 3. To prescribe legislation in the area of Constitutional and By-Law and Operatonal Document revision, 4. To advise the Senate as to the constitutionality of current proposed legislation. HEWll7 UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate p.2 Bill #13 September 12, 1972 Senate Finance Committee 1. To sukgest legislation pertaining to revenue bills, 2. To deal with, discuss and investigate for the purpose of establishing legislation in all matters of finance, allocation and assesments with which the Senate is concerned when the Senate shall deem it necessary or when otherwise provided by statute. Senate Student Affairs Committee 1. To propose legislation to the Senate in all areas of student affairs, 2. To provide the Senate with information as to the desires and needs of the student population. Senate Academic Affairs Committee 1. To propose legislation to the Senate in all areas of academic concern, 2. To disseminate all knowledge of current legislation before Faculty Assembly, 3. To serve the Senate as an academic advisory in the areas of ciriculuum, mediation and other current academic concerns. Senate Election Committee 1. To supervise and oversee all elections under the auspices of the Student Association, 2. To porpose to the Senate a permanent set of rules and regulations governing all elections of the Student Association, 3. To act as an advisory to the Senate in the area successful completion of all Student Association Elections, HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossgsaber President of The Senate p. 3 Bill #13 September 12, 1972 Senate Elections Committee (cont.) 4. To supervise the execution of all referendums to be presented by Student Association. HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 kames 9. fissqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting September 12, 1972 Bill #14 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Each organization shall be fully responsible for ensuring that their expenditures do not exceed monies appropriated by the Student Association Senate. Any infractions and/or violations of this legislation will result in sanctions to be determined by the Senate. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee. Senate Action: 18-yes 2-opposed 1-abs. September 14, Y972 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. dttossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 Bill 15 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 $1095.00 be allocated from the Program Fund for the International Student Association to be spent in the following areas: 6 speakers $480.00 educational tours 275.00 films 90.00 office supplies 75.00 publicity 75.00 International evening /buffet 100.00 $1095.00 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee Senate Action: 18-yes 5-abs. HEWIll UNION Se tember 2d,V1972 PHONE (311) 341-36&

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossqsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 Bill 16 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 $2320.00 be allocated from. the Program Fund to extend the shuttlebus service through the end of the academic year. This money is to be allocated from the second semesters Program Fund. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee. Refered to Senate Finance Committee Senate Action: 23-yes Student ~sso:ia?ion HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 Bill 17 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 $510.00 be allocated from the Program Fund for the Osweeo Area Draft Infromation Council to be expended in the following areas: counselor training $100.00 literature $215.00 selective service record $80.00 telephone $50.00 office supplies $60.00 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee. Senate Action: 19-yes 1-no 2-abs

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 Bill 18 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 $2270.00 be allocated from the Program Fund for the Football Club for operational expenses for the year 1972-73. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee. Senate Action: 16-yes 4-no 2-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 9. c7Ylossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 Bill 19 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Outing Club be allocated $700.00 from the Program Fund for the purpose of purchasing camping equipment. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee. Senate Action: 19-yes 2-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University of New York Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 1972 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 : Monies acquired from the F.S.A. subsidy to the Intercollegiate Athletic budget, a total of $6323.00 be appropriated in the following areas: Lacrosse $4403.00 Balance to be placed in an Athletic Contingency Fund, whose use shall be subject to the advice of the Athletic Advisory Board. Senate Action: 16-yes 4-no 1-abs. HEWl?l UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW games 8. cMossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting September 19, 19 72 Bill 21 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 fall senatorial elections. I. Schedule a. September 21, at 11:OO a.m., petitions will be available at the Student Association office in Hewitt Union, and at Onondaga, Oneida, and Waterbury residence hall desks. b. September 29, at 3:00 p.m., all petitions must be turned in at the Student Association office. c. September 29, at 5:30 p.m., an official slate of candidates will be posted at the Student Association bulletin board in Hewitt Ur.ion lobby and dormitory desks. d. September 21, campaigning may begin. No campaigning of any form may occur at polling places on election days. e. October 11 and 12, elections will be held in Onondago, Oneida, and Waterbury residence halls, as well Hewitt Union-z~d @~aHours will be 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in residence halls.aRd-@Rtur&s-Ha33. On October 11, hours will be 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Hewitt Union. On October 12, Hours in Hewitt Union will be 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. f. All campaigning must stop at 8:00 a.m. October 11. 11. Method of Balloting a. ID must be presented to poll watchers who will then check the master list and validate them with a small, indelible mark. b. Official temporary ID'S will be accepted and likewise validated. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMosspraber President of The Senate 111. Method of Control a. All expenditures of money shall be registered with the election committee by Monday, October 9. b. A limit of $50.00 for expenditures will be placed on candidates for Senate. c. The candidate shall not work at the polling places. d. No person shall hold more than one position on the election staff. Supervisors shall not be paid for poll watching. e. The operation and control of the election shall be by the Election Committee. f. The Election Committee shall decide on any infractions concerning administration of the election occuring during the fall election. g. Election results shall be considered valid upon confirmed approval of the Senate. IV. Communication a. Senators will provide details to the respective dorms and constituencies. b. WOCR shall announce election details and results. c. Oswegonian shall publish election rules and results. d. Posters will be placed at each polling place, plus residence halls and academic buildings. V. Duties of the Chairman a. The election chairman shall be designated by the Election Committee with the Senate's approval. b. The chairman shall appoint, with election committee approval, one supervisor for each designated area. c. The chairman shall be responsible for the final tally of election results. d. The chairman shall appoint those necessary to handle publicity and also see that such duties are carried out. e. All those duties not listed and assigned elsewhere concerning the election procedure shall be assigned by the chairman. HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames $7. &ssoraber President of The Senate VI. Duties of the Supervisors a. Supervisors shall be responsible for the areas they are assigned. b. Supervisors shall appoint all necessay poll watchers for their balloting positions. c. Supervisors shall be responsible for clearing posters and publicity and campaigning from the immediate vicinity of their polling places on the election days. d. Supervisors shall be present at each changing of poll watchers, unless otherwise notifying the election committee. e. Supervisors shall confiscate ballot boxes which must be sealed both election days and be responsible for their deliverance to the Hewitt Union at the end of the second election day. The first day, those from the resident areas, Hewitt Union, and Ontario Hall will be taken by the supervisors to the office of the President of the Senate. f. Supervisors shall present to the chairman a complete list of poll watchers and their hours the day before election takes place. g. Supervisors shall be present at the tallying of the ballots. h. Supervisors shall be responsible for the availability of ballots. i. Supervisors will obtain master lists to be used by their assigned poll watchers. VII. Duties of Poll Watchers a. Poll watchers shall have specific hours while attending the polling place. b. A ballot box shall never be left unattended. c. Only the assigned poll watchers shall validate ID'S unless otherwise notifying their supervisors. VIII. Election Committee for fall election 1972: 1. Election Committee of the Senate. 2. ~hairmah 3. Supervisors -3HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK lames 8. &Kossgsaber President of The Senate IX. Stipends: a. chairman -$30.00 b. supervisors -$25.00 c. poll watchers -$l.OO/hr. d. no stipends will be paid where voting discrepancies take place, or where failure of duties occurs, if the committee so decides. X. A list of supervisory and polling areas: a. Hewitt Union BntarieHa33 c. Onondaga Hall d. Oneida Hall e. Waterbury Hall XI. Appropriation: publicity $50.00 chairman 30.00 supervisors (5) 125.00 poll watchers 82 hrs. $l.OO/hr. 82.00 EmXm Allocations will be made from the Senate Fund. XII. Petitions a. Signatures must be from one's constituency. A person may sign more than one senator's petition b. Senators 50 signatures from constituency. XI11 Enumeration a. All senators are based on living areas one senator/200 students : Onondaga Hall -2 Oneida Hall -1 Waterbury Hall -1 Commuter -7 b. These figures are based on administration figures for total enrollment. -4HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate XIV. Qualifications a. For senators, see Article I, Sec. 11, pt. 2 of the Student Association constitution. XV. Explanation a. Senator-representative elected by housing units of commuters to represent students in the policy-making branch of the Student Body. Senate meetings held weekly, each Tuesday, at 5:30 p.m. in Hewitt Union. XVI. Candidates a. The candidate who receives the greatest number of votes cast for any office shall be elected to that office. In cases where there are a plurality of seats available, those candidates receiving the most votes shall be seated in order of those votes cast, until those seats are filled for that office. To be validly elected, each candidate must receive 10% of the vote. Introduced by the Election Committee Senate Action: 21-yes September 21 ,u 1972 HEWIT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 26, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $200.00 from the Program Fund be allocated to institute a Student Association Voter Information Center. Sponsored by Jeff Wicks Senate Action: 19-yes Senate Action (10/3/72): Rescinded Approved /I President ~Komas H. Burton Student k ssociation HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qarnes 9. cMossgiaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 26, 1972 Bill 823 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Lake Shore Amateur Radio Club be appropriated $1,278.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: Office Supplies $ 160.00 Misc. replacement and repair 55.00 Need to continue operation 50.00 New equipment 1013.00 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee HEWIll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 26, 1972 Bill #24 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Sheldon Forensics Club be allotted $1,406.00 to be itemized as follows : 1. tournament expenses (6 tournaments @ $176 each)$1056.00 2. high school Forensics workshop150.00 3. College Invitational Tournament200.00 Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 25, 1972 Bill #25 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : I. The Student Association Legal Aids Council (herein referred to as the "Council") be formed. 11. The Council shall be empowered to: A. Determine what class actions the student Association counsel shall undertake. B. Evaluate and make periodic reports of the status of the Student Association Legal Aids Program to the Senate. C. Project future needs and direction of the Student Association Legal Aids Program to the Association. D. Do all such things as shall be necessary and proper to insure legal aid to the members of the Student Association, and to preserve and maintain legal protection for the Student Association of the State University College at Oswego. 111. Membership of the Council shall include the President of the Student Association or his designee, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee or his designee, and three members of the Association appointed by the Executive with the consent of the Student Association Senate. Submitted by President Thomas H. Burton HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 26, 1972 BILL #26 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 Student Association of SUCO does hereby extend formal recognition to the Student Association of the State University Incorporated. 2. The Student Association does further recognize that SASU, Inc. shall be the official system-wide agency throug which the students at the state operated units at the State university participate in the governance of the State University. Therefore in conjunction with the intent of this act, be it resolved that the Board of Trustees of the State University amend chapter V of 8 NYCRR by adding a new part 332 which shall read as follows: Part 3 3 2 Student Association for State Operated Units of the State University Title A Establishment and Purposes Section 332.1 Name The student association for all state operated units of the State University shall be SASU, Inc. Section 332.2 Purpose SASU, Inc. shall be the official system-wide agency through which the students at the state operated units at the State University participate in the governance of the State University. Title B Structure and Organization u 332.3 Structure and Organization The Structure and organization of SASU, Inc. shall be as set forth in its certificate of ~ncor~oration and By-Laws as amended from time-to-time. HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602 --

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 G~ego~y 4. Gates Prestdent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 26, 1972 BILL #27 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $299.00 be allocated from the program fund to the Rugby Club for: $50.00 phone $60.00 referees $120.00 socks and shirts $69.00 shirts Total Introduced by Jeff Wicks HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE lERSlTY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting October 3, 1972 Bill #28 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 procedures be enacted in the presentation of bills and/or resolutions to the floor of the Senate: A. The author of the particular bill-.and/or resolution shall be referred to as "the sponsor". B. The senator or committee who brings the bill and/or resolution to the floor for business shall be referred to as "the introducer1'. Example: Bill A Sponsor: Rugby Club, or Chair, or Executive, or John Student Introduced by: Rules Committee or Senator X C. In the event that the sponsor and introducer are the same, there is no need to include the subtitle: sponsoe Introduced by Rules Committee HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting October 10, 1972 Bill #29 Consumer Guide Program Alternative Proposal Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Collefe of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The present allotment for stipends, consultation fees, etc. be used for that purpose, in conducting a Consumer Guide Program as envisioned and prepared by the Director of the Program. The Director, upon completion of the program evaluation of prices, products, and services, compile all data and present this data, in the form which the printer is to receive it, to the following authorities: 1. The S.A. Counsel (as planned) 2. The Syracuse Consumer Affairs Bureau Upon analysis and recommendations of these authorities, the Consumer Guide Program will enact any changes deemed necessary and/or desireable. The recommendations of these authorities shall be made known (in writing) to the S.A. Senate. With these reports, recommendations, and subsequent information available, the Senate shall deliberate and decide upon the merits of the program, and whether to fund full publishing costs. Introduced by Sen. Claffey Senate Action: 22 yes 1 abs. 0 no APPROVED BY PRESIDENT BURTON ON 10/16/72 HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. fissqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting October 10, 1972 Bill #30 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Amendment to the Student Association Constitution: To amend Article I, section 11, number 2 to be changed from:"... and each shall at the time of his election be a member of that living center or ofone of those living centers from which he shall be chosen." To read as follows:"...and each shall at the time of his election be a membtr of that living center and shall remain a member of that living center for the duration of his office." Introduced by Senator Michael Claffey Senate Action: 26 yes 0 no 0 abs. HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 31. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting October 10, 1972 Bill #31 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: That Bill #75 of the 6th Legislative Session which calls for the necessity to secure 5% of the total vote in a write-in candidacy, be hereby null and void. Introduced by Senator Michael Claffey Senate Action: 22-yes APPROVED BY PRESIDENT BURTON 10/16/72 HEWITT UNION a PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates student Association Pres~dent of The Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting October 10, 1972 Bill #32 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: That Bill #82, Section 11, of the 7th Legislative Session, which calls for a 4 week delay in appropriation action by the Senate Finance Committee, be hereby null and void. Introduced by Senator Michael Claffey Senate Action: APPROVED BY PRESIDENT BURTON 101'161'72 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (Sregory ~4. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting October 9, 1972 Bill #33 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: On all allocations from the Program Fund whereby the benefit from the appropriation extends into the spring semester, that half of that allocation be charged to the second semester Program Fund. This bill shall be retroactive to September 1, 1972. Introduced by the Director of Finance Senate Action: 21-yes APPROVED BY PRESIDENT BURTON 10/16/72 HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting October 10, 1972 Bill #34 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: A Faculty Evaluation be held during the week of November 13-18, 1972. This evaluation shall be done with the established evaluation format, and the result shall be published as soon as the are available. Introduced by the Academic Affairs Committee Senate Action: 14-yes 9-no 2-abs. Pending Executive Action A roved: -77 v President Burton October 24, 1972 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting October 17, 19 72 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 Ski Club be allotted $1,900 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: $1800 Bus trips (4 buses/wk., 6 weeks) 100 Club operating expenses ($50.00 Fall Semester Program Fund ,, $5 0.0 0 Spring Semester Program Fund) $1,900 Total Introduced by the Finance Committee Senate Action 28 yes 0 no 1 abs Approved : October 24, 1972 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qarnes 9. &bssgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting October 17, 1972 Bill #36 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Karate Club be allotted $400 from the Program Fund for Karate instruction for the academic year 197273. Introduced by the Finance Committee Senate Action 21 yes 6 no 1 abs Approved : k b President Burton October 24, 1972 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting Bill #37 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Bit 'n Spur be allotted $390.60 to sponsor a competitive horse show to be held October 22, 1972. Introduced by the Finance Committee October 17, 1972 Senate Action 24 yes 3 no 1 abs Approved : President ~urto; October 24, 1972 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 0. &bssgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting October 17, 1972 Bill #38 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Community Day Care Center be allotted $1.500 from the Program Fund for operating expenses for the 197273 academic year. Introduced by the Finance Committee Senate Action 25 yes 2 no 0 abs Approved : President Burton October 24, 1972 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting Bill #39 October 17, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Blackfriars (Campus Lighting) be allotted $856.00 from the Program Fund for the purchase of a dimmer board. Introduced by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 11-yes 7-no 5-abs 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 Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting Gregory J. Gates President of The Senate at Oswego October 17, 1972 Bill #40 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 $239.00 be allocated from the Senate Fund to pay the stipends of poll watchers and supervisors for the fall elections. Introduced by: Ann Kronenbitter HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 04. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting October 17, 1972 Bill #41 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The elections in Oneida Hall and the commuter elections in Hewitt Union be recognized as valid and acceptable, and further that the election results from Waterbury Hall and Onondaga Hall be recognized as valid and standing. Introduced by: The Election Committee (5-1) HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 President of The Senate Student' Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting October 19, 1972 Bill #42 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : 1. A special Programming Commission of the Student Association Senate be created. 2. Membership and structure shall be determined by the President of the Senate. 3. The commission shall be enpowered with the following responsibilities: a. To do all such things as shall be necessary and proper to determine general programming opinions and desires of the members of Student Association. b. When determined, these general programming goals shall be announced in the form of a public report to the Association. 1. The manner and frequency of the report shall be at the discretion of the Commission. c. This report shall include delineation of general programming parameters and trends and shall be presented to the Program Policy Board in order that the administration of Student Association programming be directed withing these general trends set by the commission. Be it further enacted that: The Student Association Executive be enpowered to initiate such T actions as shall be necessary and proper to ensure that HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Bill #42 continued Student Association programming proceed within the general guidelines the commission shall determine. Introduced by President Burton Senate Action 20 yes 2 no 3 abs Approved : President Thomas iurton October 24, 1972 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. e7tCossgtaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Bill #43 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : BSU be allotted $6,005 from the Program Fund for the purpose of sponsoring a week of events to raise money for SickleCell Anemia. Introduced by the Finance Committee HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATI ON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Bill #44 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: '4 Del Sarte be allotted $840 from the Program Fund. Introduced by the Finance Committee HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. cMossgmber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Bill #45 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Catalina Club be allotted $901 from the Program Fund. Introduced by the Finance Committee HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego that: 1. Being that there is very little student awareness of the Senate's actions on behalf of the students, the following measures shall be enacted to alleviate this situation: All meetings of the Senate shall be announced in the "This weekE column of the Oswegonian; All votes and actions of the Senate shall be delivered to the Editor-in-Chief of the Oswegonian by thej~ress Secretary or his delegated representative, with all necessary explanations of the actions for immediate publication. Posters shall be printed and placed in all buildings announcing that Senate meetings take place on Tuesdays of every week in Room of the Hewitt Union. Posters must also announce that all members of Student Association are welcome. All meetings of the Senate shall from passage of this bill be tape recorded with a copy placed on record in the Learning Resources Library. The Press Secretary or his delegated representative will study the feasability of a monthly newsletter highlighting Senate action and SIA. services to the students. The Press Secretary shall report back to the Senate within three weeks from enaction as to the results of his study. Introduced by Sen. Eliot Cherson HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qarnes 8. cMossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1) An Off-Campus Housing Board be established for the following purposes: "r a) To receive and act upon complaints of off-campus housing and refer them to the proper authorities; b) To keep a listing of off-campus housing availability; c) To examine the possibilities with the SA legal adviser of enacting rent control laws in Oswego to protect the rights of both students and residents of Oswego. 2. Membership on this Board shall be determined by: a) A caucus of the Commuter Senators shall pick two 8 members by a majority vote; b) The President of S.A. shall appoint one member; C) The Vice-president of S.A. shall appoint one member; d) ,Mr. Wassenaar or his appointed delegate will be asked to be a member of the board; e) The Legal Advisor of Student Association; and f) The President of the College shall appoint one member of the Board. Introduced by Senator Eliot Cherson HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Bill #50 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Any Student Association Senator will notify the chair and/or clerk of their substitute, in writing, if they will not be at a meeting or if they must leave early; and Be it further enacted that: Only a replacement from a Senator's own constituency may be accepted as a proxy; and Be it further enacted that: Should a senator leave a meeting, only a substitute, meeting the foregoing criteria, shall be acceptable to the Senate and any other form of proxy shall be deemed invalid. Introduced by Senator Gregg Gates HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Bill #52 Be it enacted by the Student Association 9f the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Student Association require P.P.B. to allot the amount stated to Black Student Union for their Sickle Cell Anemia Benefit on November 12. $6,000 for the group, "Warff $1,000 maintenance, electricity, etc. $7,000 Total Introduced by Gary Stevenson and Elissa Levine HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 0. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Bill #53 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1) An Off-Campus Housing Board be established for the following purposes: To explore the possibilities of establishing a mechanism to receive and act upon complaints concerning "off-campus housing" for students; To prepare and up-date a listing of available offcampus housing; To prepare reports on the nature, facilities, and condition of off-campus housing for students; To examine avenues to lobby for rent control laws in Oswego. 2) Membership on the Board shall be determined by the following a> b ) c> d ) e > methoh: The Senate shall elect three Senators, of which two be will be from among Commuter Senators and one will be an on -campus Senator, by a plurality vote; The President of Student Association shall appoint one member; The President of the College shall appoint one member ; The Legal Advisor for Student Association shall be a member of the board. One faculty member shall be elected from among the Faculty Senators by the Senate. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 0. cMoss9raber President of The Senate 3) Duration of membership: Membership on the Board shall be for three semesters. Introduced by Senators Cherson and Sachi Senate Action 33-yes HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory d. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Bill #54 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Biology Club be allotted $525.00 from the Program Fund. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 4. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Bill #55 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that? Judo Club be allotted $725.00 from the Program Fund. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee HEWlTT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 0. c7Yfossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting November 2, 1972 Bill #56 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Chairpersons of the following committees shall be ex-officio members (by virtue of their official status as chairperson) of the Senate Rules Committee. These ex-officio members shall have full voting rights and privileges on the committee. 1. Finance 2. Judiciary 3. Student Affairs 4. Academic Affairs 5. Elections Be it further enacted that the membership of the Rules Committee shall not exceed ten members, excluding the chairman of the Rules Committee. Introduced by Sens. O'Shaughnessy and Gates. Senate Action: 15 yes 5 no 3 abs. APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT ON 11/14/72 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Bill #58 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 amendments be made to section 1 of the By-laws: that "four" be changed to "three", and that item 'C' be eliminated and in its place item 'D' be considered as item 'C'c "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, Cb) off-campus residence units recognized as residence halls by the college, (fraternity and sorority houses) and (c) commuters (all students not residing in living centers categorized by a,b, or c above). The Senate shall determine each year the grouping of the several living centers for the purposes of apportionment and enumeration of Senators to be elected by those groups of living centers. These by-laws may be amended by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate." Introduced by Ann Kronenbitter HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Bill #59 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 Senate in conjunction with the InterDormitory Council launch an immediate investigation into the five on-campus dining hall to determine the : A. Quality of food being served at said dining halls. B. Preparation procedures and if they differ from dining hall to dining hall. This committee shall be composed of all volunteer students from the Student Association, Inter-Dormitory Council and the student body at large. Introduced by Sen. Thompson. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW I Barnes 9. c7Mossqsabet President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 30, 1972 Bill #61 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 Executive be enabled to expend up to $500.00 from the Health Reserve. Be it further enacted that: These funds shall be used to conduct: 1. Statistical analysis of Health Delivery at Oswego. 2. To actively pursue alternatives to Student Association funding in Health Care at Oswego. 3. For long range planning to promote the general wellbeing of the campus community at Oswego. 4. To actively pursue the possibility of getting a fulltime gynecologist. 5. All statistical information compiled from this survey shall be reported back to the Student Association Senate. Senate Action: 24 yes 0 no 0 abs. APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT ON 11/14/72 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Bill #62 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 $404.00 be allocated from the Athletic Reserve to the NCAA College Division Cross Country Championship. Introduced by Sen. Gates Senate Action: 23 yes 7 no 0 abs. APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT ON 11/14/72 HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. fissqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 1972 Bill #63 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : French Club be alloted $275.00 from the Program Fund. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee. Senate Action: 23 yes 0 no 0 abs. APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT ON 11/14/72 HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION ACCOUNTING and FINANCE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Thilip W. Lamkay Director Of Finance Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 1972 Bill #64 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 $300.26 be allocated to the Payroll Account. This amount represents 5.2% of Student Association's taxable FICA wages paid ($5, 774.17) on the employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Returns. Sponsored by Senate Finance Committee Senate Action: 23-yes Approved : December 5, 1972 ROOM 207 HEWlTT UNION PHONE [315] 341-3603

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. c7kZossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 197 2 Bill #65 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1. Article I, Section IVY paragraph 1 of Student Association Constitution shall be amended to read as follows: "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 and may be authorized to compel the attendance of absent members under such penalties provided by the Senate. 2. In accordance with Article IV of Student Association Constitution, this amendment shall be put before the student body in an all-campus referendum. Introduced by Senator Harmony Senate Action: 2 2-yes A roved: + December 5, 1972 HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 9. c7YCossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 1972 Bill #66 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Each senator or duly-appointed representatives is obliged to serve on at least one (1) committee and no more than three (3). This does not include sub-committees since they (i.e., sub-committees) are formally recognized as appendages of some committee. Introduced by DiNatale Senate Action: 20-yes December 5, 197b HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. c7bZossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 1972 Bill #67 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, we are now using an average of over thirty dollars a week on paper, and Whereas, many of these sheets of paper are duplicates of billsmerely to show the President's approval or veto, and Whereas, the Senate is comprised of reasonably intelligent people, who can be expected not to lose their packet during a week, and Whereas, it is in the best interest of our environment to aviod placing excess paper into it. The Senate shall content itself with one copy of each bill, resolution or report. Extra copies shall remain on file along with the voting records. These shall be available on request. Introduced by Sen. Pelkey THIS BILL WAS TABLED AND NEVER RETURNED TO THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 9. dttossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 1972 Bill #68 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, 1. A Senator's constituency has little opportunity in expressing its feelings until after the bill has passed and become law. 2. Many bills have appeared before the Senate with insufficient research for the Senators to make rational judgements. Therefore, be it enacted that: A one week table be imposed on all bills and resolutions. Bills and resolutions would be introduced and tabled under New Business; then the vote would be taken at the following meeting under Old Business. Should the Senate deem immediate action necessary, a plurality vote of the Senate present will be required to bring this bill to the floor. Co-sponsored by: Angell, DiNatale, Kronenbitter, and Slote Senate Action: 18-yes VETOED 1-abs. President Thomas Burton HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION ACCOUNTING and FINANCE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 0 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Senate Action 23 yes 1 abs "Philip W. Lamkay Director Of Finance Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Bill #69 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Association Director of Finance be enabled to implement a guaranteed laon of up to $10,000.00 from Student Association reserves to Faculty-Student Association for the purpose of financing furnishing costs of a campus tavern at Oswego. Furthermore, any results of the conditions of loan shall be made in writing. Furthermore, the executive shall report the terms of the contract back to the Finance Committee before the contract is signed. Sponsored by Senate Finance Committee December 5, 1972 ROOM 207 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (3151 341-3603

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 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: I Grounds for removal from office of any senator shall be as follows : a) Being absent from three consecutive Senate meetings without a proxy or good excuse (to be decided by the Senate). b) Being absent from three consecutive committee~~meetings of the same committee, without good excuse (to be decided by the Senate). c) The Senate, in accordance with the S.A. Constitution, retains full authority to determine the qualifications of its members. Introduced by DiNatale HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting November 7, 1972 Bill #71 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Aciences at Oswego that : The following addition shall be made to the By-Laws of the Student Association constitution: 8. Debate on all legislative and appropriation measures which come before the Senate shall be limited to no more than thirty (30) minutes in.duration. The question which is being debated shall be automatically moved at the end of the thirty (30) minutes debate limit. The presiding officer of the Senate shall determine when the thirty (30) minutes shall have been expended. This By-Law may be suspended with necessitating the suspension of all By-Laws. Sponsored by the Senate Office Staff and the Senate Press ScerePary HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 19 72 Bill #73->,. Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Vollege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The following policy, procedure, and schedule be implemented for the operation and execution of the Student Association Fall senatorial election. I. Schedule Petitions will be available at the Student Association office in Hewitt Unionj and at the desks of Hart, Scales, and Seneca Halls beginning at 9A.M. on November 9, 1972. All petitions must be turned in to the Student Association office by 3P.M. on November 20, 1972. An official slate of candidates will be posted on the Student Association bulliten board in the lobby of Hewitt Union and at the desks of the proper dormitories. Electioneering may begin at 9A.M. on November 9, 1972. Elections will be held on November 30, 1972 in Hart, Scales and Seneca Halls and in Hewitt Union. There will be no electioneering from the west entrance to the west stairway (inclusive) in Hewitt Union or in the main lobbies of Hart, Scales and Seneca Halls after 9 A.M. on November 30, 1972. Electioneering shall be defined as posters, pamphlets, leaflets or any other printed or written documents, or formal or informal speeches whose purpose is to work for the election of any candidate(s1 or party. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossqraber President of The Senate Bill #73 Continued page 2 11. Method of Ballotting A. I.D. must be presented to poll wataher, who will then check it against the master list, which will then be marked. B. Official temporary I.D.'s will also be accepted. 111. Method of Control A. Any expenditure of money in excess of ten dollars by any one person shall be reported to the Election Committee by November 29, 1972. B. No candidate shall be allowed to work at a polling area. C. No person shall hold more than one position on the election staff. D. Supervisors shall not be paid for poll watching. E. The operation and control of the elections shall be by the Election Committee, which shall be defined as the standing Senate Election Committee, election chairman and election supervisors. F. The election results will be taken to the Senate for approval. G. Any discrepancies, infractions, or violations of the election bill will be recorded by the Election Committee. IV. Communication A. The supervisors shall provide the details of the elections to the proper constituencies. B. WOCR shall announce election details and results. C. The Oswegonian shall publish election rules and results. D. Posters containing election information shall be placed at each polling place. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. &bssqraber President of The Senate Bill #73 continued page 3 V. Duties of the Election Chairman The election chairman shall be designated by the Election Committee with the Senate's approval. The election chairman shall appoint, with election committee approval, one supervisor for each,designated area. The election chairman shall be responsible for the final tally of election results. The chairman shall see that all duties regarding communication are carried out. All those duties not listed and assigned elsewhere concerning the election procedure shall be assigned by the chairman. VI. Duties of the Supervisors A. Supervisors shall be responsible for the areas to which they are assigned. B. Supervisors shall appoint all necessary poll watchers for their ballotting positions. C. Supervisors shall be responsible for clearing all posters, publicity, and electioneering from the above designated polling places on the day of the election. D. Supervisors shall confiscate ballot boxes, which must be sealed when the polls close, and be responsible for their deliverance to the Student Association office at the end of election day. E. Supervisors shall present to the election chairman a complete list of poll watchers and their hours the day before the election takes place. F. Supervisors shall be present at the tallying of the ballots. G. Supervisors shall be responsible for the availability of ballots. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames Q. &ss4raber President of The Senate Bill #73 continued page4 H. Supervisors shall obtain master lists to be used by their assigned poll watchers. VII. Duties of Poll Watchers A. Poll watchers shall have specific hours while attending the polling place. B. Poll watchers shall make sure a ballot box is never left unattended. C. Only the assigned poll watchers shall be allowed to check I.D.'s and master lists, unless otherwise notifying their supervisors. VIII. Stipends A. Election chairman $35.00 B. Supervisors $30.00 C. Poll Watchers $1.25/hour IX. List of Supervisory and Polling Areas A. Hart Hall B. Hewitt Union C. Scales Hall D. Seneca Hall X. Appropriation A. $205.00 shall be appropriated from the Senate Fund for the following areas: HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. &bssqraber President of The Senate Bill #73 continued page5 XI. Petitions A. Signatures must be from one's constituency. A person may sign more than one petition. B. Each petition for Senator must contain a minimum of fifty legible signatures. XII. Enumeration A. All Senators are based on living areas. There is one Senator for approximently every two hundred people. Hart Hall 1 Scales Hall 1 Seneca Hall 1 Commuter 1 B. These figures are based on the administration figures for total enrollment. XIII. Qualifications A. For Senators, see Article I, Section 11, part 2 of the Student Association Constitution. XIV. Explanation A. A Senator is an representative elected by a housing unit or commuters to represent his constituents in the legislative branch of the Student Association government. XV. Election A. Any candidate must receive 10% of the vote of a constituency in order to be considered. A constituency is defined as two hundred people from the proper living center. Introduced by the Election Committee HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 54. &ssgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting November 14, 1972 Bill #74 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Italian Club be allocated $153.00 from the Program Fund for the purpose of sponsoring two films. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee Senate Action 26 yes 0 no HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting November 14, 1972 Bill #75 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Cheerleading be allotted $750.00 from the Program Fund for the 1972-73 season. 'T Introduced ky the Senate Finance Committee Senate Action 14 yes 10 no 2 abs November 28, 1972 HEWIIT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 9ames 9. c7YCossgraber Student Association President of The Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting November 14, 1972 Bill #76 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Timbello's Student Volunteers be allocated $600 from the Program Fund for the purpose of sponsoring a symposium on correctional institutions, November 26 December 1, 1972. 9, Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee Senate Action 24 yes 0 no president ~domis Burton November 28, 1972 HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 21th Senate Meeting November 14, 1972 Bill # 77 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New Yorl:, College of Arts and Sciences at 4 Oswego that: Whereas, the Rules Committee wishes to take an activs role in producing good legislation, while also wishing sound procedures to take effect, we propose the following: 1. The Rules Committee shall take responsibility for the size and content of the Senate packet(s1 each week. The Committee will make it known to the Senate what changes will be make in the packet. All legislation or resolutions shall be presented to the Rules Committee for inclusion on the Agenda. The Committee will be required to refer each and every piece of legislation to an appropriate committee for at least one week, whereupon the committee will discharge the legislation at their discretion. The President of the Senate or chairman of the Rules Committee shall read the legislation the same week as it shall initially come before the Rules Committee so the Senate may know the disposition of all legislation and consult with their constituency. Legislation may be brought out of conunittee by a two-thirds vote of the Senate present at any given meeiing. Appropriation bills already discharged from the Finance Committee shall not be considered under the provisions of this bill.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMossqraber President of The Senate Bill #77 continued page 2 3. The following procedure shall be enacted for removal from office and committees: a) Being absent from three consecutive Senate meetings without a p~oxy or valid reason for absence (to be decided by the Senate), shall result in impeachment proceedings. b) Being absent from committee meetings for three consecutive weeks without good excuse (to be decided by the committee), shall be considered grounds for expubion from that committee. Academic committments shall always be deemed as a valid excuse. c) The Senate, in accordance with the Student Association Constitution, retains full authority to determine the qualifications of its members. Sponsored by Senatcr Gregg Gates Introduced by the Rules Committee Senate Action 16-yes Vetoed :d. iL President ~ho6as Burton November 28, 1972 HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. c7Y6ssgtaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legis;ative Session 21st Senate Meeting November 14, 1972 Bill #78 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Rules Committee shall be required to move the question on debate pertaining to legislation and move the orders of the'day on general discussion or debate, after one-half hour of discussion or debate. A two-thirds majority shall be required to continue debate or discussion. This bill shall be considered a special measure in that it contradicts Roberts Rules of Order, BUT SHALL DO SO ONLY IN THE CASE DESCRIBED ABOVE. Sponsored by Sen. Gregory A. Gates Introduced by the Senate Rules Committee HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting November 28, 1972 Bill $79Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas Resolution #15 passed unanimously; Be it enacted: That all funds be frozen for all spring athletics, (intercollegiate teams, W.A.A., M.R.A., and W.V.S.O.) until such time as the mandatory two-hour physical education requirement be reduced to one-hour credit. Introduced by Ann Kronenbitter HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State university College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting November 28, 1972 Bill #E Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate ok the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Article I, Section I1 of the Constitution be amended as follows : 1. The word "sole" be deleted from "The Senate shall have the sole power of impeachment and trials of impeachments 'I in paragraph 7. 2. A paragraph 9 be added to read as follows: "Removal from office of a senator must go to the constituency of that senator for final approval in referendum form." Introduced and sponsored by Senator Wicks HEWITf UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames a. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student..Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting November 28, 1972 Bill #81 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 Senate rescinds the election of Gregg Gates as President Pro Tempore, and furthermore that the President Pro Tempore be required to have the same qualifications as Vice-president. Introduced by Senators Slote and Kronenbitter HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMosssraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 4 The Senatorial elections of November 30, 1972 in Hart, Scales, and Seneca Halls, and the commuter Senator elections be declared valid by the Senate. Introduced by the Election Committee Senate Action: 17-yes HEWlTT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #83 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Italian Club be alloted $335 from the Program Fund for the purpose of sponsoring a speaker on December 11, 1972. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. &bssgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #84 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Physics Club be attocated $200 from the Program Fund. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 9. cMossgtaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #85 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Tai Chi Chen Workshop be allocated $413 from the Program Fund. Introduced by the Senate Finance Committee HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (Iames 54. cMossgtaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #86 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The organization Gays for Human Liberation be allotted $360.00 from the Program Fund. Introduced by Senate Finance Committee Senate Action: 20-yes Approved ..f HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATI ON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. &ssgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #87 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Pendulum be authorized to publish according to second semester budget allocation. Introduced by DiNatale Senate Action.; 25-yes 7-no 1-abs HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 --(lames 8. dNossgrabe~ President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #88 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, the intern program at Oswego is still in the experimental stage, Whereas, there were 15 interns last Spring Semester. Whereas, there were eight interns off campus this semester. Whereas, there are six interns planned for next semester. Whereas, student teachers get a refund. Be it enacted: That all full time interns at SUCO who are or were full time interns and off campus shall be granted a SA refund of their fee. This bill shall be retroactive to all requesting students. Determination of criteria for refund shall be by the Finance Director with redress to the Supreme Court if necessary. Introduced by Senator Eliot Cherson Senate Action: 24-yes 3-no HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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' STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 9. c7YCossqmber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #89 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, there have been many resignations in the past few months by Student Association officials. Whereas, some of khese people were issued, and continue to use, special SA parking permits. The SA Senate demands that these permits be either handed in by the end of the semester or these stickers shall be declared null and void with notification to Campus Security. Furthermore, an accounting shall be made by the executive department of who has these special permits and shall report back to the Senate next week. Introduced by Eliot Cherson Senate Action: President Thomas Burton ,5kamLRw @ /ddtyo HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 -lames 9. c%Cossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #90 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, the SUCO maintainence department is carrying on an apparent discriminatory practice in the snow-plowing of parking lots in the following manner: a) The faculty lot in back of Hart Hall is plowed down to the asphalt regularly, but the commuter and resident lot in back of Funnelle Hall is left alone. Not even the lanes are plowed. b) The commuter lots across from Sheldon Hall, which do not have overnight parking, are not plowed regularly while the faculty lot next to Snygg Hall is plowed regularly. C) Parking Lot #1 (behind Lanigan) and the lot next to Penfield are not being plowed adequately and not enough sand is being spread. The SA Senate formally requests that Mr. Bieling appears before the Senate on December 12 to explain his department's actions. Furthermore, until such action takes place to remedy the situation, we enact better service to the students of this campus through the following means: 1) During snow months (December-April), all commuters shall be allowed to park in the faculty and staff lots that have been cleared when the student lots have not. 2) The Traffic Court shall take notice of our action. Notice of our actions shall be sent to Dr. Perdue, Dr. Robinson, Dr. Rock, Dr. Dunham, Mr. Bieling, Mr. Durham, the Oswegonian, The Palladium Times and The Oswego County Times. Introduced by Eliot Cherson. Co-Sponsored by Dan Harmony and Bob Redlo. Senate Action: 24-yes President Thomas Burton HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 President of The Senate //fl Revised in the W Leg Ses. Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting Bill 91 December 12, 1972 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 Student Association elections: I. Schedule Petitio~will be available 9t the Student Association office in Hewitt Union and at the desks of an dormi t ories involved beginning MLds&'Je_lf,grtee the election is to take pla,ce. #.. ". XId.rrr.rri Clr"-*-r.inr, 11' r> All petitions must be turned in to the Student Assaciation days be.f~xs,. %he ...#.--" ,+,....*-' election yy.'h-.."d. I-. .,'+.I is +.*,":c...r.. An official slate of candidates shall be posted on the Student Association bulletin board in the lobby of Hewitt Union, ories involved by noon, ,. the ." .. petitions ... .. were due. ,.,,*-CII. *, Campaigning may bm.~nw,x&,.flw~.~.b%f QX~~ A& election is to take place. In order for a student to be eli~lbf"~' Fb"r'S";."cam5aign funds, it must be determined that s/he. is a bona fide @adidate according to the specifications of this bill and S.A. guidelines: bonaf fide candidates will be notifiedm days before ~lecF~i%-^"iS*So Take Dla ce No electioneering is to take lace from the west entrance to the west stairway i? inclusive) in Hewitt Union or in the main lobbies of an dormitories involved after 8 A.M. the day the polls open. Elecio e ing sha be d f n d as an -~osters, pamphlets, %eaYPeFs, or oMer prTnte8 or wriften documents, or formal or informal speeches statQng candidate or party platform, whose purpose is to work for the election of any candidate(s) or party. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames Q. fissgrabes President of The Senate Bill 91, Page 2 11. Method of Balloting A. Student Association I.D. must be presented to poll watchers, who will then eheck: it against the master list, I-hich will then be marked. B. Official t&~mporary I.D.?s or receipted bills for the current semester will also be accepted. 111. JMethod of Control A. Campaign Monies 1. $850 be allocated from the Student Association Fiscal Budget to be set aside in a special account, 3 solely for the purpose of financing the campaigns of candidates for the offices of S.A. President and S.A. Vice-president in the annual all-campus election. 2. Each candidate shall add an additional $15.00 to the aforementioned fund on the day that the campaign begins. The candidate will then, and only then, have the right to draw up to $100 from the fund under the following listed conditions. 3. No candidate shall be allowed more than $100 in S.A. campaign funds from this account. All funds spent on any candidates campaign must come from this account. 4. If it is determined that more than ten students are eligible for Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidacy, the sum in this account shall be evenly divided between each candidate. 5. If a Presidential candidate and a Vice-Presidential candidate wish to campaign on the same ticket asnrunning matesn the~~must state this intent on their respectfve petitions. They will then be allowed, if they so desire, to combine the funds allocated to them from the aforementioned account. 6.Mo candidate shall be allowed to spend S.A. campaign =ds for any purpose other than his/her election campaign. If there are more than 10 candidates, each one may put into the fund the number of dollars it takes to make up the difference between the amount s/he is allocated from the S.A. campaign fund account, and $100. 7. All disbursement of campagin funds must be made HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossprabes President of The Senate Bill 91, Page 3 through the Finance Department of S.A., rigidly complying to present policy speci9ications. These include: (1) no charged purchases (without a purchase order), and (2) packing slips, invoice and actuzl-, campasgn memhandise received must be identical. 8. All unused funds from this account shall be returned to the S.A. Gen~ral Fund. B. No candidate shall be allowed to work at a polling area. C. No person shall hold more than one position on the election staff. D. Supervisors shall not be paid for poll watching E. The operation and control of elections shall be by the Election Committee, which shall be defined as the standing Senate Election Committee, election chairman, and election supervisors. F. The electioi results shall be taken to the Senate for validation. G. Any discrepancies, infractions, or violations of the election bill shall be recorded by the Election Committee. IV. Communication A. The supervisors shall proveide the details of the elections to the proper constituencies. B. WOCR shall be requested to announce election details and results HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE . COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW 'lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate C. The Oswegonian. shall be requested to publish election rules and results. D. Posters containing election information shall be placed at each polling place. V. Duties of the Election Chairman A. The Election Chairman shall be designated by the Election Committee with the approval of the Senate. B. The Election Chairman shall appoint, with Election Committee approval, one Supervisor for each designated area. C. The Election Chairman shall be responsible for the final tally of election results. D. The Election Chairman shall see that all duties regarding communication are carried out; E. All those duties not listed and assigned elsewhere concerning the election procedure shall be assigned by the Election Chairman. VI. Duties of the Supervisors A. Supervisors shall be responsible for the areas to which they are assigned. B. Supervisors shall appoint all necessary poll watchers for their ballotting areas. C. Supervisors sLall be responsible for clearing all posters, publicity, and electioneering from their assigned polling places on the dayts) of the election. D. Supervisors shall confiscate ballot boxes, which must be sealed each day when the polls close, and be responsible for their deliverance to the Student Association office at the end of the election day(s1. E. Supervisors shall present to the Election Chairman a complete list of poll watchers and their hours the day before the election takes place. HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION rr, SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Bill #91 page five F. Supervisors shall be present at the tallying of the ballots. G. Supervisors shall be responsible for the availability of ballots. H. Supervisors shall obtain master lists to be used by their assigned poll watchers. I. Supervisors shall make sure that any party affiliation appears on the ballot if so desired by a candidate. V9H. Duties of Poll Watchers A. Poll watchers shall have specific hours while attending the polling place. B. Poll watchers shall make sure a ballot box -is never left unattended. C. Only the assigned Poll watchers shall be allowed to check I.D.'s and master lists, unless otherwise notifying their supervisors. D. Poll watchers must make sure that each person voting is of the proper constituency. VIII. Stipends A. Stipends shall be decided on by the Election Committee for e.ach election with the approval of the Senate. IX. List of Supervisory and Polling Areas A. This is a list of all possible polling areas on campus: Cayuga Hall Funnelle Hall Hart Hall Hewitt Union (Commuter Elections) Johnson Hall Lonis Moreland Oneida Hall Onondaga Hall Riggs Hall Scales Hall HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION A SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 8. fissoraber President of The Senate Bill #91 six page 11. Seneca all 12. Waterbury Hall X. Appropriations A. All funds necessary for stipends and publicity for an election shall be requested from the Senate Fund in the form of a bill. XI. Petitions A. All signatures must be from one's constituency. A person may sign more than one petition. B. Each petition for Senator must contain at least 50 legible signatures. Each petition for a campusI 4 wide position must contain at least 250 legible signatures. XII. Enumeration A. All Senators are based on living areas. There is one Senator for approximately every two hundred students. Cayuga Hall 2 Funnelle Hall 2 Hart Hall 2 Hewitt Union (Commuters) 16 Johnson Hall 1 Lonis Moreland 1 Oneida Hall 2 Onondaga Hall 3 Riggs Hall 1 Scales Hall 1 Seneca Hall 3 Waterbury Hall 1 B. These figures are based on administration figures for total' enrollment. I XIII. Qualifications h A. For Senators, see Article I, Section 11, part 2 of the Student Association Constitution. B. For President and Vice-president, see Article 11, Section I, part 2 of the Student Association Constitution. ; HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMosssmber President of The Senate Bill #21 peige Seven XIV. xv A. A Senator is a representative elected by a housing unit or commuters to represent his constituency in the legislative branch of the Student Association government. B. The President and Vice-president are representatives elected by the Student Association to represent them in the executive branch of the Student Association government. Election A. Any candidate must receive 10% of the vote of a constituency in order to be considered. Lfor ~enato&, a constituency shall be defined as two hundred people from the proper living center. For President and Vice-president, a constituency shall be defined as the total number of students in the Student Association at the time of the election IJ Introduced by the Electi on Committee ,:d Senate Action: 27-yes 2-no 2-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Am404J STUDENT Asso & ION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK lames 9. cTfCossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting December 12, 1972 Bill #91 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 Student Association elections: I. Schedule A. Petitions will be available at the Student Association office in Hewitt Union and at the desks of any dormitories involved beginning at noon 21 days before the election is to take place. B. All petitions must be turned in to the Student Association office by 3 P.M. ten days before the election is to take place. C. An official slate of candidates will be posted on the Student Association bulletin board in the lobby of Hewitt Union and at the desks of any dormitories involved by noon the day after the petitions are due. D. Campaigning may begin at noon 21 days before the election is to take place. E. No electioneering is to take place from the west entrance to the west stairway (inclusive) in Hewitt Union or in the main lobbies of any dormitories involved after 8 A.M. the day the polls open. Electioneering shall be defined as any posters, pamphlets, leaflets, or other printed or written documents, or formal or informal speeches stating candidate or party platform, whose purpose is to work for the election of any candidate(s1 or party. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. fissgraber President of The Senate Bill # 91 page two IT. Method of Balloting A. Student Association I.D. must be presented to poll watchers, who will then check it against the master list, which will then be marked. B. Official temporary I.D.'s or receipted bills f6rthe current semester will also be accepted. 111. Method of Control A. Any expenditures of money in excess of $30.00 for any campus-wide candidate and $10.00 for any Senatorial candidate shall be reported to the Election Committee by the day before the election. Expenditures of money shall not be in excess of $150.00 for a campusewide candidate and $50.00 for a Senatorial candidate. B. No candidate shall be allowed to work at a polling area. C. No person shall hold more than one position on the election staff. D. Supervisors shall not be paid for poll watching. E. The operation and control of elections shall be by,. the Election Committee, which shall be defined as the standing Senate Election Committee, election chairman, and election supervisors. F. The election results shall be taken to the Senate for validation. G. Any discrepancies, infractions, or violations of the election bill shall be recorded by the Election Committee. IV. Communication A. The supervisors shall provide the details of the elections to the proper constituencies. B. WOCR shall be requested to announce election details and results. HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW 'lames 8. cMosssraber President of The Senate Bill #A1 page three C. The Oswegonian shall be requested to publish election rules and results. D. Posters containing election information shall be placed at each polling place. v. VI. Duties of the Election Chairman A. The Election Chairman shall be designated by the Election Committee with the approval of the Senate. B. The Election Chairman shall appoint, with Election Committee approval, one Supervisor for each designated area. C. The Election Chairman shall be responsible for the final tally of election results. D. The Election Chairman shall see that all duties regarding communication are carried out. E. All those duties not listed and assigned elsewhere concerning the election procedure shall be assigned by the Election Chairman. Duties of the Supervisors Supervisors shall be responsible for the areas to which they are assigned. Supervisors shall appoint all necessary poll watchers for their ballotting areas. Supervisors shall be responsible for clearing all posters, publicity, and electioneering from their assigned polling places on the dayts) of the election. Supervisors shall confiscate ballot boxes, which must be sealed each day when the polls close, and be responsible for their deliverance to the Student Association office at the end of the election day(s). Supervisors shall present to the Election Chairman a complete list of poll watchers and their hours the day before the election takes place. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. fissgraber President of The Senate Bill #91 page four F. Supervisors shall be present at the tallying of the ballots. G. Supervisors shall be responsible for the availability of ballots. H. Supervisors shall obtain master lists to be used by their assigned poll watchers. I. Supervisors shall make sure that any party affiliation appears on the ballot if so desired by a candidate. VZB. Duties of Poll Watchers A. Poll watchers shall have specific hours while attending the polling place. 4 B. Poll watchers shall make sure a ballot box is never left unattended. C. Only the assigned Poll watchers shall be allowed to check I.D.'s and master lists, unless otherwise notifying their supervisors. D. Poll watchers must make sure that each person voting is of the proper constituency. VIII. Stipends A. Stipends shall be decided on by the Election Committee for each election with the approval of the Senate. IX. List of Supervisory and Polling Areas A. This is a list of all possible polling areas on campus: Cayuga Hall Funnelle Hall Hart Hall Hewitt Union (Commuter Elections) Johnson Hall Lonis Moreland Oneida Hall Onondaga Hall Riggs Hall Scales Hall HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 fames 0. &ossgraber President of The Senate Bill #91 page five 11. Seneca Hall 12. Waterbury Hall X. Appropriations A. All funds necessary for stipends and publicity for an election shall be requested from the Senate Fund in the form of a bill. XI. Petitions A. All signatures must be from one's constituency. A person may sign more than one petition. B. Each petition for Senator must contain at least 50 legible signatures. Each petition for a campuswide position must contain at least 250 legible signatures. XII. Enumeration A. All Senators are based on living areas. There is one Senator for approximately every two hundred students. Cayuga Hall 2 Funnelle Hall 2 Hart Hall 2 Hewitt Union (Commuters) 16 Johnson Hall 1 Lonis Moreland 1 Oneida Hall 2 Onondaga Hall 3 Riggs Hall 1 Scales Hall 1 Seneca Hall 3 Waterbury Hall 1 B. These figures are based on administration figures for total enrollment. XIII. Qualifications 4 A. For Senators, see Article I, Section 11, part 2 of the Student Association Constitution. B. For President and Vice-president, see Article 11, Section I, part 2 of the Student Association Constitution. HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Bill # 91 page sir< XIV XV A. A Senator is a representative elected by a housing unit or commuters to represent his constituency in the legislative branch of the Student Association government. B. The President and Vice-president are representatives elected by the Student Association to represent them in the executive branch of the Student Association government. Election A. Any candidate must receive 10% of the vote of a constituency in order to be considered. &r Senator, a constituency shall be defined as two hundred people from the proper living center. For President and Vice-president, a constituency shall be defined as the total number of students in the Student Association at the time of the election 3 Introduced by the Election Committee Senate Action: 27-yes HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 9. c7ttossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting December 12, 1972 Bill #92 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All finance Bills include a breakdown of costs per item. Introduced by Ann Kronenbitter Senate Action: 29-yes HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 a(3regory A. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Bill #93 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The profits from the pin ball machines in Hewitt Union be turned over to Student Association. Introduced by Sen. Roy Thompson WITHDRAWN BY THE SPONSOR AFTER REPORT BY STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE HEWli7 UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames '-3. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Bill #94 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Food Co-op be allocated $3,000 from the Program Fund and $2,000 from the Reserve Fund for the purpose of establishing a Food Cooperative in Oswego. Be it further enacted that: Before any money is allocated, the site of the Co-op shall be approved by the Senate. Be it further enacted that: Full disclosure of the Co-op's books shall be afforded to the treasurer of Student Association and he shall make periodic reports to the Senate regarding the operation of the Co-op. Senate Action: 25-yes 4-no VETOED President Thomas Burton HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory A. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Bill #95 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1. A new branch of Program Policy Board be formed to be known as the "Racial Minorities Branch" to include Asian Sub-continental, Latin American, Native American, Black Americans, and Orientals. 2. Five new positions be created on Program Policy Board to administrate this new branch, one from each of the minorities stipulated above. 3. This is to be included in the 9th session budget hearings. Introduced by Senate Action 15-yes Roy Thompson 2-6-73 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. fissgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Bill #96 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : There be an immediate freeze on all monies allotted to the Athletics Department until the faculty and phys. ed. departments take positive action to do away with the phys. ed. requirement. Introduced by Sen. Roy Thompson and Sen. Brian Angel1 Senate Action: 13-yes 11-no 1-abs. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. cMossgmber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Bill #97 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Free University Program be allotted fifty dollars for advertising and publications from the Program Fund. Introduced by Bob Redlo Senate Action: HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. fissgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Bill #Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : in light of the fact that the Student Association is paying $2,320.00 for a Shuttle Bus Service, a memo be directed to the bus company operating under our contract. This memo will state that: complaints from many students waiting for buses has prompted Student Association to ask the reasons why many of your buses are not on time, extremely early, very late or do not show at all. If the situation is not rectified, more serious action will be taken by Student Association. We will be awaiting your reply. Copies of the memo will be sent to the Bus Company, the Vice-president for Student Affairs and the Director of Faculty-Student Association. Introduced bv Sen. Robert Slote Senate Action: 30-yes HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 $ames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 2 3, 19 7 3 Bill #= Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : the Senate allocate $200.00 to pay for trucks going to Washington. This is only 50% of the total cost and the other 50% will come from the students involved. Introduced by Sen. Bob Redlo HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 0. cMosspsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Bill WUIO Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : All parking lots previously differentiated as either Faculty or Student be henceforth known as Faculty-Student Parking Lots, to be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. All other parking regulations should be respected. Introduced by Sen. Robert Redlo HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (.lames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State Unviersity College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Bill #lo1 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The students at SUCO thank the almighty spirit in the sky for the beautiful weather we are having at Oswego and hope that we will continue to be in (his/her) graces for the remainder of the winter. Respectfully submitted, Eliot Cherson THIS WAS TABLED UNTIL MAY 1, 1973 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (jams 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Bill #lo2 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : 1. We, the Student Association Senate, condemn the Oswego Police Department for the illegal harassment and unfair arrest of five Oneida Hall students on the evening of December 15, 1972. 2. Be it further enacted that this bill, upon approval, will be sent to the Oswego Police Department to express our disapproval of their actions and stating our demands for future non-harassment of SUCO student. Introduced by Sen. Wicks HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 04. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting January 30, 1973 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 allotted $415.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: nine trophies USJF sanction USJF and AAU registration refreshments officials rule book mailings janitorial fees All S.A. card holders shall be admitted free. All monies earned shall be returned to the S.A. Treasury. Introduced by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 19-yes HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting January 30, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 102 be amended to read the date of the boycott be "February 15" rather that "February 7". Sponsored by the Rules Committee Senate Action: 1-30-73 23-yes 0-no % President Thomas Burton Became law after ten days HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregoq 4. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Studebt Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 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 $5,000.00 be placed in reserve for the Oswego Food Co-Op. These funds shall be appropriated in the following manner: $2,000 .OO Program Fund 3,000.00 Reserve Fund $5,000.00 Total Be it further enacted that: The sum of $500.00 be allocated from the Program Fund to initiate an immediate market study to thoroughly research direction, service, and future operational mechanism that this survey shall include recommendations and 8 investigation that will aid in assuring a minimum of no future supplimental allocations on the part of Student Association for the Food Co-Op. Reports once every month shall be forthcoming from the expert doing the study, starting the second week of February, or from someone involved in the study. Be it further enacted that: These reserve funds shall be authorized for expenditure after the final report is made available to the Student Association Senate. Senate Action: 24-yes 0-no 2-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 8

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting January 30, 197 3 Bill #I07 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, The New Paltz Woman's Alliance is holding a regional Feminist Weekend from February 16-18 on the State University campus at New Paltz. The weekend is organized as a forum to facilitake the exchange of ideas, information, and energy among women. Phyllis Chesler, author of Women and Madness will lecture. Workshops, educationals, and films are planned. A chartered bus has been arranged with the SyracuseOswego busline. The cost is $405.00. Women For A New World is requesting $200.00 to help finance this. Seats will be first come, first serve. Therefore, be it enacked that: Women For A New World be allotted $200.00 for the purpose of helping to pay for a bus to the Regional Feminist Weekend at State University College at New Paltz campus. Sponsored by Women For A New World / Senate Action: 23-yes 2-no 0-abs. I" HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 S~egory cA. Sates Pres~denl of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: An all-campus referendum be held (with a copy of Bill 96 on the top of the ballot). 1. Do you want mandatory physical education requirements abolished? 2. Do you approve of the Senate's actions to freeze athletic funds in order to abolish the requirement? Yes / No 3. Comments and suggestions. Be it further enacted that: 1.Twenty-five dollars be allocated from the Senate Fund with the understanding that all unspent funds be returned to the Senate Fund. 2.Ballotting will take place in the Hewitt Union and all dining halls. 3.It is the Senator's responsibility to make his constituency aware of this referendum. The referendum will be held Monday, February 12. The following people will be responsible for the ballotting areas: Littlepage: Roy Thompson, Jeff Wicks; Lakeside: Bob Nelson, Louise Riebling; Pathfinder: Patti Hann, Joe Melech, Sue Greenstein; Mackin: Brian Angell; Cooper: Debbie Ellwanger, Charles DiNatale; Hewitt Union: Eliot Cherson, Dan Harmony. Senate Action: 19-yes 2-2-73 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 Bill #lo9 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 $3,000.00 be allotted from the Legal Aids Fund for the-purpose of paying dues for membership in S.A.S.U. This shall cover all aspects of membership, including full voting rights. Sponsored by Gregg Gates Senate Action: 2-13-73 24-yes 1-no 1 abs. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gavs Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 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 referendum on physical education to be conducted February 12, 1973, shall be held between the hours of 9 A.M. and 7 P.M. 2. The Elections Committee shall be responsible for the conduct and results of the referendum. 3. One poll area supervisor shall be responsible for the submission of a list of poll watchers to the Election Committee Chairman by February 9, 1973 4. Vote tallies will be kept separate for those who wish it so, but the tally will be given as a whole. Sponsored by Sen. Redlo Senate Action 2-6-73 17-yes 1-no 4-abs. / / HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION ACCOUNTING and FINANCE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 'Philip W. Lamkay Director Of Finance Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill #38 be amended to read as: Whereas, educational benefits accrue to the numerous students working at the Day Care facility; The Community Day Care Center be allotted $1,500.00 Senate Action 21-yes ROOM 207 HEWITT UNION PHONE 13151 341-3603

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 31. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: A convention be called for the purpose of re-writing the Constitution of the Student Association. This Constitutional Convention shall have thirty-six delegate seats with enumeration for delegates being one delegatesfor every two hundred students. Nineteen will be the established quorum for this convention and once that number is attained, the delegation may do business. Election of delegates will be conducted by petitions, one hundred signatures to a petition. These petitions will be accepted and validated with a punch clock by one of the following persons: The Vice-president of the Student Association (Gregg Gates) The Executive Secretary The Senate Press-Secretary (T. Paul Murphy) The Finance Dept. Bookkeeper (Carol Santoro) These petitions will be accepted on a "first come first serve" basis to the point where thirty-six seats are filled. After nineteen seats are filled, however, there will be a one-week period to fill the remaining seats. If, after March 1, the nineteen seats are not filled, the Convention may begin work, and the number of seats filled becomes the quorum. The chairman of the Constitutional Convention shall be appointed by the Vice-president of Student Association with confirmation by the Senate. He shall possess the usual powers of a chairman in compliance with Robert's Rules of Order. Also, there 4 shall be three non-voting delegates in advisory capacity, one from the Supreme Court and two from the Senate Judiciary HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory dl. Gates Bill #112 Pres~dent of The Senate Constitutional Revision Committee. All meetings of the Constitutional Convention shall be conducted by Robert's Rules of Order except for times when the delegation sees fit otherwise. Sponsored by the Vice-president of the Student Association 73 Senate Action 2-6-73 21-yes 0-no 2-abs. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregorj cA. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Five hundred dollars be allocated from the Athletic Reserve Fund for Indoor Track. Feb. 10 U. of R. relays 1 car $ 10.00 Meals 60.00 Feb. 17 Cortland Quadrangular 1 car 10.00 Meal 60.00 Feb. 24 U. of R. Inv. 1 car 10.00 Meals 60.00 Mar. 3 Cortland Invitational 1 car 10.00 Meals 60.00 Mar. 10 St. Lawrence Quadrangular 1 car 20.00 2 Meals 90.00 Mar. 17 N.Y.S.C.T.F.A. lcar 20.00 Meals 90.00 $500.00 In the event that the athletic funds are frozen, all athletic contingencies shall be likewise frozen. Introduced by the Athletic Advisory Board Senate Action 15-yes 14-no 1-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory cA. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 Bill #114 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Italian Club be allotted $320.00 from the Program Fund for a lecture by Professor Gina Rizzo, to be itemized as follows : Honorarium Transportation Room Total Mention shall be made in the Oswegonian of this event. Introduced by Senate Finance Committee Senate Action 23-yes 0-no 0-abs. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory oA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6, 1973 Bill #115 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Italian Club be allotted $277.50 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: Movies : Seduced and Abandoned $ 75.00 La Madragola 75.00 The Gospel Accord. to St. Matthew 125.00 Juliet of the Spirits 110.00 Projectionist and Advertisement 55.00 Total $365.00 Adjusted total $277.50 Introduced by Senate ~ction 22-yes Senate Finance Commit HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting February 6 19 7 3 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Sheldon Forensics be allotted $774.90 from the Program Fund as i$emized: Debate, American University, D.C. Car $ 70.00 Fees 27.00 Hotel 102.00 Food 91.50 Total $290.50 Debate, Munlongery Allentown, Pa. Car ::, J;$ 36.00 Fees. 30.00 Hotel 56.00 Food 37.50 Total $159.50 Debate, Cortland Car $ 6.00 Fees 30.00 Hotel 30.00 Food 34.00 Total $100.00 Debate, St. Lawrence Car $ 14.40 Fees 60.00 Hotel 80.00 Food 70.00 Total $224.40 Introduced by Senate Finance Cornmi Senate Action 27-yes 1-no 2-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory c.4. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th Senate Meeting April 3, 1973 Bill #118 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Beginning with the 1973-74 academic year, Student Association Senators be refunded their S.A. fee. Determination of the refund shall be made by an appropriate Senate committee. This committee shall meet to determine eligibility for the refund determined by length of service. This committee shall meet and publish requirements for this refund before any action is taken. Senate approval of the rules is necessary for the enaction of this bill. Int~oduced by Sen. Cherson HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cj~egory 04. Cjares President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 28th Senate Meeting February 13, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Grounds for removal from office of any senator shall be as follows : a) Being absent from three (3) consecutive Senate meetings without a proxy or good excuse (to be decided by the Senate). b) The Senate, in accordance with the S.A. Constitution, retains its full authority to determine the qualifications of its members. Be it further enacted that: Being absent from three (3) consecutive committee meeetings of the same committee, without good excuse will result in expulsion from that committee. Introduced by DiNatale Senate Action: 2-13-73 20-yes HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDEIJT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 28th Senate Meeting February 13, 1973 Bill #I21 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: J . Craig Martin shall be appointed Acting Chairperson of the Ways and Means Committee and shall be granted a speaking seat in the Senate. Sponsored by Sen. Harmony

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SENATE STATE UI'IIVERSiT'i' COLLEGE D OSWEGO, PW'J 'b &@ YOXI( 13126 ----i,j?c'~nry dl. (;:~LL'$ Prpsice 1t of The Sm!e Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legisl-ative Session 28th Senate Meeting February 13, 1973 1 Bill HI22 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Universitv of Mew -York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego tGit : The following "Policies and Procedures on the Appointment and Selection of St&nding Coxirnittze, Committee, arid Subcommittee Chairpersons'! shall be adopted and become effective February 28, 1.973, at l2:@1 A.M. 4, I. Uefinitions A. Stand i.ng Co~mi t-Lee 1. A body of persons, Senators and non-Senators, organized by the P~esiden-t of the Senate, operating as a pernanent organization throughout the course of a legislative session which is concerned with a continuing special crea of legislation and/or S-tudent Associa-tion affairs. B. Committee 1. A body of persons, Senators and non-Sznators, whi-ck can be organized by the President of S-tucler-t .Asscciation, the President of the Senate, or the membershfp of the Senate itself, for the purpose of studying areas of legislation and/or concern to the members of the Student Associati-on which shall not be considered as a permanent body. C Subccmmi-ttee 1. A body of persons, Senators and nor-1-Senators, which shall furiction as an appendage of a stznding cormittee cr a commi.ttee and rmke rccor~~endations thereto concerning the Lnves-tigation of any facet of the full commi.ttee's concern and/or area of legislative interest

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D. Chairperson 1. That person, male or female, who shall serve in the position of chief executive of any standing committee, committee, or subcomml.ttees thereof. shall 572 the @olj.cy of the Senate that: Any member of Studext Association may serve as a mzmbe~ of any standing ~o~mittee, committee, cr suhcommit-tees thereof. In those instances where 13eciproci-Q procedures exist with corresvondj:.:l.p; councrils and cor;lmlttees of Faculty Assembly ,-these ~~r*oc$dures shall be implemented ft:l.ly. Any o,ua.l:ified 111miber of Sti.:dent Association may serve as cha~l~p~'i-~son of anv stanc?;.ng co~ilmittee, committee, or s~bcornni-t-Ace~s thcreof wi-i:h the consent of the Senate. Any c!:ai~:~persr.ri who is not a member of Sena-te shall have a -spealc:ing seat in the Senate for the express purpose of inforring th.3 members of tile Senate of the work oi the body whj.c?li that person chairs and furltherno-~c-l to speak on any proposed 1egislati.on with ~?iich h-:s or' h~?? ~tz.rid.i..ng committee, committee, cr, in special instances, suhconmittee shall.. -have cause to be concerntjd. Chairlpe~sons of subzorimi-ttees shall be respoizsi-ble -to the iilain committee and shall not, as ':;uch-, 5e grante3 a aspeaking seat except where the Sen;lt:e shall give the;-r consent for a speaking seat to be granted. Ths Pr;esident of the Senate shall be an -ex-officio member] of ail. stailding corn~nitteer, and their subcommittees; and of all committee:;, and ~ubcomr~ittee~ thereof, organized by the Senate or himself as Fresi-dent of the Senate. shall furtlier be the pol-icy of the Senate that: All Se~atcrs shall. serve on standing committees and committees when it is so prescribed by statute. All persons serving bn standing cornnittees shall be bound with respect to attendance at comrnittee function. and penalt.ies and provisions relatlng thereto.

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A. At the beginning of a legislative session, the President of the Senate shall announce a system of standing committees and appoint a chairperson for each standing comrrnttee. B. In the. event that a chai.rperson of a staridin,.: comni.ttee is unable To continue to perform his duties due to resigriation or ar:y other reason, the committee sha.l:L choose from among its members a persor! to become Acttng Cha irperson. Upon con-fir>ma-l-ior, by -the Senate, he or she shail. become Chairperson. D. In the event that a standing comnittee Is unable to choose a Acting ChaiPperson from arr.ong its mernheri;, the Pz1esiden.t: of the Senate shall appoint a Chiiir.,person. E. Unless a s-tancltr;~ comnlit-tee c~mmittee or subcommit-tee establishes a policy relat-in<. i-to srize and/or procedures for membership,nc pro::edur?z shall be necessary. Sponsored by Sen. fkirmony

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory 04. Cjates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 28th Senate Meeting February 13, 1973 Bill #I23 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Whereas, the Senate of Student Association has become as inoperative branch of student government on this campus due to the powers of both the State of New York and the executive branch, Whereas, the Senate is only being used as a device for dispersing funds only, since only the Senate has the power to tax the students Whereas, this power has been abused by the State of New York and the executive branch, Whereas, the Senate can no longer functinn as a cohesive form of student government on this campus as a result of these action of the aforementioned parties, Whereas, the individual Senators can no longer uphold their oath to serve the students, thus causing the Senate to become both operationally and morally defunct, Be it enacted: that the Senate, upon passage of this bill, shall no longer exist. To replace student governance on this campus until the new constututional convention chooses a new form, will be the following: A nine-member Board of Directors will conduct the day to day affairs of the dispersal of the budget. This board shall be made up of the following persons: 1. The Presdient of Student Association 2. The Vice-president of Student Association 3. The Treasurer of Student Association 4. The President Pro-Tempore of the Senate 5. The Chief Justice of the S.A. Supreme'Court HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW I Gregory 04. Sjates Pres~dent of The Senate Bill #123 continued page 2 6. The Editor-in-Cheif of the OSWEGONIAN 7. The remainder of the people shall be chosen by the Senate in a manner that they deem fit. The chairman of the Board of Directors shall be on a rotating basis with no permanent chairperson. It is hoped that if this method of gevernance is adopted, these thirteen members shall be chosen by the students-at-large in a general election. The choosing of this commission is only temporary so that the outflow of money will not cease. This bill does not superimpose itself on the existing constitution. The Senate, by passage of this bill and resulting executive signature, will only delegate its nominative powers to the Board of Directors. Therefore, a constitutional amendment is not necessary for enaction of this measure. True, this bill is a desparate one, but our situation requires a move that is in the needs of the students. Think to yourself about exactly what you have been doing in the Senate Chambers for the past months and then decide if its worth it. Sponsored by Sen. Eliot Cherson HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory d. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting February 20, 1973 Bill #124 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The new line of succession required by the Constitution be: President Pro-Tempore Chairperson, Internal Operations Committee Chairperson, College Affairs Committee Chairperson, Ways and Means Committee Chairperson, Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Committee In the case of co-chairpersonship, the chairperson with the most seniority will be next in line. Sponsored by the President o Senate Action: 2-27-73 17-yes 4-no HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjtegory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting February 20, 1973 Bill #I25 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Due to the biased reporting and blatant dishonesty, the Senate hereby demands the resignation of David Leonard as Editor-inChief of the Oswegonian and hereby suspends his salary indefinately. Sponsored by Sen. Thompson HEWln UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 04. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting February 20, 1973 Bill #I26 Be it enacted byfhe Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The three S.U.C.O. delegates to the S.A.S.U. membership shall be shosen as follows: 1) Chief Executive of S.A. shall appoint one member of S.A. as a delegate with ultimate Senate approval. 2) The Senate shall appoint one member from its members. 3) Senators will be asked to place nominations for one studentat-large post to the Vicegresdient for a Senate vote, thus one at-large student will become the third delegate. 4) These appointments shall be temporary. Sponsored by Sen. Cherson HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 I



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 9. dNosswzber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Resolution #13 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, recognizing the efforts of the President of the College to reorganize the college structure, the students of this college wish to participate actively to provide input from the students' point of view. Be it further resolved that: The Academic Affairs Committee explore the possibilities of creating a committee to recommend to the President of the College their conaerns and wishes in regard to the "Reorganization of thel.College at Oswego. I' Introduced by Senator Sachi Senate Action: 25-yes 0-no 0-abs. ,HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 ./'

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 8. &ossg~aber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting October 31, 1972 Resolution #14 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: We protest the make-up classes to be held on Saturday, the eighteenth of November. Introduced by the Student Affairs Council HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMbssgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting November 14, 1972 Resolution #15A Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : We strongly urge that the two hour physical education requirement for graduation be dropped. Rationale: We feel that the opportunity to take physical education courses should exist but not as a mandate. Introduced by the Senate Academic Affairs Committee HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. cMoss9saber President of The Senate Student Association State Univerisyt College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting December 12, 1972 Resolution #16 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Student Association requests that Security or Maintenance erect a sign in front of parking lot #1 at Lakeside that would require drivers to signal their intent as to whether they are entering lot #1 or proceeding along the road. This is intended for the safety of the students. Introduced by Sen. Thompson. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting December 12, 1972 Resolution #17 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, tuition in the upper division of State University has increased from $400.00 per year in 1970-71 to $800.00 per year currently, and Whereas, tuition in the lower division of State University has increased from $400.00 per year in 1970-71 to $650.00 per year currently, and Whereas the price of textbooks and other related amterials has increased tremendously in recent years, Therefore, be it resolved that: Student Association Senate expresses its disapproval of the policy of certain departments at SUCO to expect students to furnish blue books for final examinations as this is a financial hardship for students. Introduced by Sen. Harmony HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames '3. dKossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23, 1973 Resolution #18 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1. We, the Student Association Senate, condemn the Oswego Police Department for the illegal harrassment and unfair arrest of five Oneida Hall students on the evening of December 15, 1972. 2. Be it further resolved that upon approval of this resolution, a letter shall be sent to the Oswego Police Department to express our disapproval of their actions and stating our demands for future non-harrassment of SUCO students. Introduced by Senator Wicks HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. cMoss9tabet President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 2 3 19 7 3 Resolution #19 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : To: Mayor John O'C. Conway Alderman John Canale Oswego City Common Council Common Council Traffic Committee We, the Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego, formally ask that a traffic light and pedestrian lanes be immediately installed at the intersection of U.S. Route 104 and Sheldon Avenue, Oswego, New York. For too long an unsafe and perilous condition has existed at this intersection. As a road that bisects the campus, it is travelled daily by hundreds of pedestrians. When sporting events occur, thousands of people cross from the north campus. This morning, on of the most serious accidents occured in which two cars collided while hitting pedestrians, leaving three people badly injured. Any delay in installation is unnecessary. We ask you for immediate action. Respectfully submitted, Student Association Senate Introduced by Sen. Eliot Cherson HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting January 30, 1973 Resolution #20 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 stands firmly opposed to any action on the part of the New York Legislature to outlaw mandatory Student Association fees. The Student Association at Oswego uses its fees for many worthwhile purposes, all of which are public information. The Senate also extends an invitation to anyone interested to come and view the operations and servides of the Student Association at Oswego. Copies to be sent to: local media, the Governor, President of the Senate, Speaker of the Assembly, Chancellor Boyer, Sen. Barclay, and Assemblyman Crawford. Introduced by Sen. Louise Riebling Senate Action: 20 yes 1 no 1 abs HEWlU UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 28th Senate Meeting February 13, 1973 Resolution #21 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State, University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Craig Martin shall be appointed Acting Chairperson of the Ways and Means Committee. Sponsored by Sen. Harmony Senate Action: 2-13-73 9-yes HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory J. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 28th Senate Meeting February 13, 1973 Resolution #22 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at aswego that: Proper procedures in terms of publicity should be undertaken to alleviate the problems and resulting complaints in the area of the shuttle bus service. We, the S.A. Senate, recom4 mend that the appropriate authorities undertake such procedures as soon as possible. We further recommend that the shuttle bus service try to remain consistent in their operations as far as following established schedules. Copies to be sent to: William R. Tucker, F.S.A. Karl G. Granholm, Safety Maintenance Gibson Bus Company The Vice-president of Student Affairs Sponsored by Sen. Slote Senate Action: 2-13-73 21-yes 0-no 0-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February Resolution e Student Association Sen Be it resolved bv th ate of the~State University of ~ew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Student Association Senate recommends that all parking lots previously differentiated as either Employee or Student be henceforth known as Employee-Student parking lo=, to be available on a first-come, first-served basis. We would appreciate consideration of this recommendation. Sponsored by Ann Kronenbitter Senate Action: HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (3regory cA. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Resolution #24 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Senate requests that the Marine Recruiters, currently stationed in Rich Hall, immediately leave the S.U.C.O. campus. Our intentions are to aviod further confrontations such as the one this morning, February 27, 1973. We feel that Marine Recruitment has no place among our social and educational work on this Universiyt campus. Sponsored by Sens. Redlo, Slote, Seiden. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting March 13, 1973 Resolution #27 Be it resolved by the 'Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association deplores the turnstile system in Penfield Library and recommends strongly that a new checkout system be instituted immediately in order to simplify check-out procedures, thus reducing material theft. Co-sponsored by Sen. Harmony and Sen. Slote TABLED TO LIBRARY SUB-COMMITTEE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Prcs~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting March 13, 1973 Resolution #28 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: We, the S.A. Senate, having served under the leadership (or lack of) of the President of the Senate, Gregory Gates, over the past months hereby declare: We feel the present Vice-president is incapable to assume the office and duties of the Presidency of Student Association and thusly do not support him in his efforts to attain that office in the up-coming spring elections. Sponsored by Sens. McCarthy, Harmony, Kszystyniak. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory d. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Assoication State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting;: March 13, 1973 Resolution #29 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 cencures the Housing Department due to their action in making Lonis-Moreland an all freshman dorm for the academic year 1973-1974. Be it further resolved that the Senate create an ad-hoc committee composed of student affairs committee and interested students, to be chaired by Amy Seiden. Sponsored by Sen. Seiden, Wicks, and Thompson. Senate Action: 19 yes 0 no 7 abs HEWITT UNION a PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory A. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th Senate Meeting April 3, 1973 Res. 31 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: the Student Association Senate condemns President Nixon for the bombing of Cambodia. Sponsored by Senator Cherson. HEWITI UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (3regor-y cA. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th Senate Meeting April 3, 1973 Res. 33 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Senate supports the nationwide meat boycott of April 1st 7th. We feel consumers must begin to fight to lower the enormous food costs of recent times. We urge all students to participate in the boycott through dining hall programs or other means. Sponsored by Senator Slote. HEWITI UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting April 10, 1973 Res. #% The following resolutions were passed by the Oswego State Football Club Organization on Thursday, April 5, 1973: Resolution A concerning support for Douglas J. Rubenstein Resolution B concerning self-determination rights, and funding. Whereas, Article 15, paragraph C of The Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct states: "Any organization seeking access to institutional funds shall choose a faculty member to be a consultant on institutional relations". And whereas it is evident that the Oswego State Football Club Organization has been denied its rights by the recent administrative decision to put the OSFCO under the supervision nf the Director of Athletics, Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Since the rights of a recognized S.A. funded organization have apparently been violated, S.A. is in total agreement with the resultant legislative action taken by the Oswego State Football Club Organization on Thursday, April 5, 1973. Introduced by Senator Ed Balaban HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory dl. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th Senate Meeting April 3, 1973 Resolution #35 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : WHEREAS: we have not used any of our so-called "snow days" and whereas the Easter Holiday offers no vacation time and more importantly, no travel time for students and faculty, to facilitate the safe travel of all-individuals at Oswego, be it resolved that: We formally and with utmost concern for urgency and safety, request the addition of one day of travel after Easter weekend on Monday, April 23. We hope that classes can be set aside on this day so as to allow everyone to miss the holiday traffic that every year claims more and more lives and personal injuries. We do not want anyone from our academic community to become a statistic. Sponsored by Mr. Ozalins HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) '341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCl ATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cj~egory cA. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 36th Senate Meeting April 17, 1973 Resolution #36 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : WHEREAS, the students at Oswego have repeatedly demonstrated a concern for the moral conduct of the Indochinese War, and WHEREAS, the peace agreement which ended the conflict in Viet Nam was agreed to by all parties concerned, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese are condemned for any part they had in the recent shooting down of two clearly marked helicopters of tKe International Commission for Control and Supervision (ICCS). Telegrams shall be sent to President Nixon, Senator Javits, Senator Buckley, Congreeman McEwen and copies of this resolution shall be sent to Dr. Perdue, Dr. Rock and the OSWEGONIAN. Sponsored by Senator Harmony. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 4. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 37th Senate Meeting April 24, 1973 Resolution #37 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : We, the Student Association Senate in our final act of legislation, can only say that we tried. Good luck to next year's Senate and executive leadership. Sponsored by Internal Operations Committee. HLWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602



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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 19th senate Meeting Senate Minutes November 2, 1972 The meeting was called to order at 6:15 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen.Cherson(sub-Miss Lewandowski), Sen.Grasso (sub-Mr. Rombach), Sen.Greenstein(sub-Miss Cambieri), Sen. McCormacktsubMiss Jackson), Sen.Neveu(sub-Mr.Murphy), Sen.White(sub-Mr.Martin). Sen. Kronenbitter moved to amend the agenda to include Bill 46 after Bill 58 under Old Business, Legislative Bills. This was seconded by Sen. Harmony and passed by a hand vote. The agenda was then approved by a hand vote. Sen.Kszystyniak corrected the minutes to read that the new election bill would be submitted at the Senate meeting of Nov.7th. The minutes were then approved by a hand vote. Executive Report: Vice-president Mossgarber announced that details of the Programming Commission's outline and structure will be available at the next Senate meeting. Also, committee heads are reminded that lists of bills to be discharged from committee must be submitted to the Rules Committee by '3:30 on Monday. At this time, Sen.Slote directed the Senate's attention to the Oswegonian of 11/2/72, specifically the "Uhuru Sasa Sneer", p.20. In reference %this, Sen. Slote wished to go on record as being insulted to see a fellow senator slandered without reasonable substantiation. Sen.Slote asked the press secretary to make his complaint known to the Editor of Uhuru Sasa. Sen.Sachi also stated that he denied the implications and intended to reply in his own letter to the Oswegonian. Old Business: Bill 62was introduced by Sen.Gates. Sen.Harmony called the question and Bill 62 carried, by a vote of 23-yes, 7-no, O-abs. Sen. Angel1 then called for special orders of the dav to consider at this time the nomination of Leonard Lynch to the Supreme Court. This passed by a hand vote. Sen.OIShaughnessy moved to approve the nomination. By a vote cf 23-yes, 3-no,5-abs, the nomination was approved. Bill 58was introduced by Sen. Kronenbitter and corrected to read "(c) fraternity and sorority houses." Discussion followed, with the President Pro-tempore assuming the chair while the Vice-president stepped down to comment. Bill 58 carried, by a vote of 24-yes, 5-no, 3-abs. Bill 46was introduced by Sen.Cherson. Sen.Kronenbitter proposed an ,amendment to change the word l'explanations" to "descriptions" in sec. b. This carried by a vote of 29-yes, O-no, 2-abs. Mr. Murphy then moved to amend sec.c to read" ... announcing the time, day and place of the Senate meetings." This carried, by a vote of 31-yes, l-no, O-abs. Sen. Harmony then proposed an amendment to indicate that money necessary for!

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the enactment of the bill would come from the Senate operating expenses. After discussion, Sen.Harmony changed this to1'the Senate Fund". This amendment was defeated, 9-yes,22-no,0-abs. Sen. Gates moved to refer ,the bill to the Finance Committee. Sen. Sachi offered, as a friendly amendment,the stipulation that the committee report on the bill at the next meeting.However, Sen.Gates did not accept. The question was called and the motion to refer was defeated, by a vote of 14-yes, 16-no,l-abs. Mr.DiNatale moved to amend the bill to state that all fun ding be executed by the President of the Senate. Sen.Slote offered, as a friendly amendment, to add that money come from the Senate Fund temporarily until the Finance Committee recommends an alternative. Mr.DiNatale accepted this; however, following discussion he withdrew his amendment. The question was called and Bill 46 was carried, by a vote of 27-yes, 1-no, 2-abs. Res.12was introduced by the Student Affairs Committee. Section 3 was corrected to read, "November 17", and the resolution carried, 27-yes, 0-no, 0-abs. Res. 13was introduced by Sen. Sachi. In a friendly amendment, Sen. Sachi changed "Student Affairs" to "Academic Affairsr1. The resolution carried, 25yes, 0-no, 0-abs. Res. 14was introduced by the Student Affairs Council. The resolution carried, 27-yes, 0-no,O-abs. Thompson then called for special orders of the day to consider Bill at this time. The motion for special orders was defeated, 5-yes, no,0-abs. Sen. Riebling then called for special orders of the day to reconsider Bill 52 at this time. However; Sen.Kszystyniak noted that "this was out of order. Sen.Riebling corrected her motion to be for special orders to rescind Bill 52. The motion was defeated, 3-yes, 20-no,2-abs Sen.Sachi then moved to adjourn. However, this was defeated in a hand vote. New Business : Bill 56was introduced by Senators OIShaughnessy and Gates. Sen.Harmony offered, and it was accepted, the use 6f the word "chairpersons" in the first paragraph. Sen.~armon~ then proposed as an amendment to delete the last paragraph. This was defeated, 7-yes, 17-no,l-abs. Sen.Thompson then proposed an amendment to change the maximum number of members to 18. Sen. Gates moved the question and all subsequent questions. The chair asked for a division of the house, and by a vote of 16-yes, 9-116, 0-abs, debate was not closed. Sen. Thompson moved to adjourn; however, this was defeated. Sen.Thompson then offered a frien dly amendment to his amendment to change the maximum number to 20. Mr. Murphy called the question, and by a vote of 4-yes, 21-no,O-abs, the amendment was defeated. Miss Lewandowski then moved to table the bill until the next meeting. By a vote of 12-yes, 13-no, 0-abs, the motion to table was defeated. Mr.DiNatale then moved the question and all subsequent questions. However, he then withdrew his motion.Mr.Murphy offered as a frdendly amendment a subparagraph indicating that the 5 members of the Rules Committee(not the chairman or ex-officio members) disband and these seats be refilled. Sen.Sachi also offered a friendly amendment, that the packet be prepared by the above committee and delivered to the senators at least 24 hours -before each meeting. The authors of the bill did not accept either. Mr. Murphy then proposed his friendly amendment as a formal amendment. At this time, the Vice-president stepped down and the chair was assumed by Sen.Sullivan. The Vice-president returned to the chair, and Sen.Sachi moved to cease debate. However. this was defeated. The President ProTempore assumed the chair while

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stepped down to cornment.Sen.Thompson asked if a quorum was present. The ruling from the chair was that, accodding to the Constitution, a simple majority constituted a quorum. Mr.Murphy objected; and the President -Pro-tempore asked for a vote on the chair's ruling. By a hand vote, a majority supported the ruling from the chair. Mr. Murphy then moved to adjourn. This passed in a hand vote; however, Mr.Murphy then attempted to withdraw his motion. Sen.OIShaughnessy noted this was out of order and called for a division of the house on the motion to adjourn. The motion to adjourn was defeated. Mr.Murphy then withdrew his amendment and moved the question. Sen.Thompson moved to adjourn; however, this was defeated. Mr.Murphy again moved the question, and Bill 56 carried, by a vote of 15-yes, 5-no, 3-abs. Mr.Lochner then moved to adjourn, and Senate stood adjourned at 11:30 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Sue Miller

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Asce?", Lynch a Y Y a n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y a Y Y Senators Sen. Angell Sen. Bednarek Bill 62 Y Y Y Y Bill 58 n a a a Y Sen.Bucher Mr. Nelson , Miss Capstraw Miss Lewandowski Mr. DiNatale Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Mr. Rombach Miss Cambieri Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Levine Miss Jackson Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Mr. Murphy Sen. OIShaughnessy Sen. Pelkey Sen. Redlo n Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Slote 'Sen. Smith Sen. Stamm Sen. S1evenson Sen. Sullivan Y Sen. Thompson Mr. Martin Sen. Wicks Senators Sen. Angell Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Mr. Nelson Miss Capstraw Miss Lewandowski Mr. DiNatale Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates' Mr. Rombach Miss Cambieri Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Levine Miss Jackson Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas MOO& Mr. Murphy Sen. OtShaughnessy

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Sena5ors Sen. Pelkey Sen.Redlo Sen. Riebling Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. 3lot2 Ten. Bmith Sen. Stamm Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Sen. Thompson Mr. Martin Sen. Wicks Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Sen. Bucher Mr.bTelson Miss Capstraw Table 0 n 3 0 Y n n n n Y Y Y Y Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Niss ~ewal\dowski Mr. DiNatale n Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Mr. Rombach Miss Cambieri Sen. Hanks Miss HannSen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Levine Miss Jackson Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Mr. Murphy C Shaughnessy Pelkey ~edloRiebling Robinson Sachi Slote Smith Sxarnrn Stevenson Bill 46 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y a Table 56 Y F Y Y Res. 12 Y Bill 56 n a Y Y Sullivan n n Y Thompson Y Y n Mr. Martin n n Y Sen. Wicks Res. l3 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Res. l4 Y

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TO: Student Association Senate FROM: Senate Judiciary Committee RE: Supreme Counrt Appointment of Leonarc 3. Lynch The Senate Judiciary Committee has considered the Supreme Court nomination of Leonard Lynch and has the following recommendations. The Committee has determined from discussions with Mr. Lynch that he meets the committee's criteria for Justices of the Supreme Court. The Committee holds that the impartiality demonstrated by Mr. Lynch and his desire to know all the facts before reaching a decision are qualities which would make him an effective member of the Court. The Committee recommends immediate ratification af this nomination by the Senate.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games Q. fissgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting Senate A~enda Tuesday, November 7, 1972 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of the Agenda Approval of the Senate Minutes of 11-2-72 Executive Re~orts: 1. Treasurer 2. Vice President 3. Senator 0 Shaughnessy Committee Reports: 1. Student Affairs 2. Rules 3. Judiciary 4. Academic Affairs 5. Elections Old Business NONE New Business Finance Committee Report Appropriation Bills Bill #61 Bill #64 Legislative Bills Bill #65 Bill #66 Bill #73 HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Gswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting November 7, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen.Bucher(sub-Mr. Hombach), Sen. Cherson (sub-Miss Lewandowski), Sen. Hanks, Sen. Levine, Sen. Neveu, Sen. Robinson, Sen. Smith, Sen. idicks. The agenda and minutes were approved as published by a hand vote. Executive Reports: The chair explained that the treasuerer would give his report later in the meeting. Vice-president Mosspaber reported that Bills 62, 46, 58, and 56 are pending Executive action. Also, nominations are still needed to fill at-large seats on the Programming Commission. The resignations of Senators ?elkey and G1Skaughnessy were announced. Committee Eenorts: Student AffairsSen. Kronenbitter directed the Senate's attention to the committee minutes included in the packet. Meetings are on Mondays at 7:30 and Thursdays at 3:30. RulesSen. Gates reported that the committee upheld the ruling as to what constitutes a quorum that was issued from the Fresident Pro-tempore at the meeting of 11/2/72. Vice-President Mossgraber announced the chair will arjide by the committeets ruling of 19 as a quorum. Sen. Gates read the F.P.B. activities for the week, and announced the next meeting of the committee would be Wednesday at 4:GG. JudiciarySen. CtShaughnessy read the committee's report from the packet and asked Senate's approval of the policy that chairpersons be senators. This was approved, by a vote of 19-yes, 9-no, 1-abs. Also, research on Bill 47 will be reported next week and the bill will be sent to Rules Committee with recommendations. Kr. DiEatale and Sen. Harmony have been accepted as members of Judiciary Committee. Academic AffairsSen. Pelkey reported that Faculty Evaluation will take place Nov. 13-18. 14r. DeNatale will be chairman of the new College Reorganization Committee. Kediation process nominations are still being made, and at the meeting with Student Affairs on 11/15, members will be chosen. Elections Sen. Kszystyniak reported that meetings are at 2:45 on Fridays. Sen.Kszystyniak then moved for special orders of the day to place Bill 73 before the Finance Committee Report, under New Business. The motion for special orders passed by a hand vote. New Business : Bill 73was introduced by the Election Committee. Several friendly ammendments were offered and accepted:

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campaign in^" for "Electioneering" in I.,D; "from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m." inserted in I.,E; "or written documents promoting candidates or party platform" inserted in I.,P; "shall be requested tott in IV.,B and IV.,C; VI., I added: "Supervisors shall make any party affiliation desired by the candidate known on the ballot"; XI.,C added: "Any party affiliation which a candidate desires to appear on the ballot must be stated on the petition"; "2 Commuter" in XII. ,A; Itat least 10;b of the vote" in XV.,A; XVI,,A added: "William Kszystyniak shall be spproved as chairman of these elections." Sen. Harmony proposed a formal amendment, to add "or receipted bills for the current semester" in II.,B. This carried, by a vote of 22-yes, 2-no, 0-abs. Bill 73 carried, 22-yes, 1-no, 3-abs. Finance Committee 9eportSen. Sullivan corrected the recommended appropriation breakdown for F'rench Club to read: Full length films(2) ::;120.00 and ;;100.00; Publicity tj15.OC; Postaqe for full-lenyth films :$8.00; Short films y;30.00; Postage for short films $2.00. Total!;275.00. Bill 51Sen. Sullivan proposed as an amendment that this money shall be spent with the unanimous consent of the S.B, President, Vice-president, and Treasurer. After a vote of 11-yes, 11-no, 1-abs on the amendment, the chair called for a divison of the house. The amendment was then defeated, 9-yes, 12-no, 2-abs. Miss Lewandowski then groposed as an amendment sec.4,"To actively pursue ~ettin~y a full-time ~vnec~lo?ist~~. By a vote of 19-yes, 1-no, 3-abs, the ame~dment carried. Sen. OIShau.ghnessy moved to amend the bill to state that all statistical information compiled from this survey shall be reported back to the S.A. Senate. This also carried, 23-yes, 0-no, 0-abs. ail1 61 then carried, 24-yes, 0-no,O-abs. Bill 64was introduced by the Finance Committee. Sen. Sullivan moved to amend the allocation to $275.00. This carried, 23-yes, 0-no,O-abs. Eill 64 carried, 23-yes, o-no,o-abs. Treasurer's. Report Mr. Lamkay referred to the audit and explained the possibility of the activity fee for next semester being raised by 50%. senate will be kept informed of any developments. An audit on some of the major organizations will be presented to Senate next month; the Treasurer's Conference on 11/16 is open to any senators. Bill 65was introduced by Sen.Harrnony. However, Sen. Harmony moved to table this bill. The motion passed by a hand vote. Bill 66Mr.DiNatale also moved to table this bill. This passed by a hand vote. Sen. Gates then moved to adjourn, and Senate stood adjourned at 9:25 p.m. Respectfully submitted, 4s~ 4% Sue Miller

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A*.," .> .2" Senators POI~C~ A1-73 Ei11 73 A1-61 Div. House 51Sen. Angel1 Y Sen. Eednarek Mr. Rombach n Mr. Nelson Y Miss Claffey Y Miss Lewandowski n Mr. DiNatale Y Sen. Ellwanger Y Sen. Gaustad n Sen. Gates Y Sen. Grasso Y Sen. Greenstein Y Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Y Sen. Harmony Y Sen. Kortmulder n Sen. Kronenbitter y Sen. Kszystyniak Y Sen. Levine Miss Jackson n Sen. Anne Koore Y Mr. Grosstephen Y Sen. Neveu Sen. G1Shaughnessy y Sen. Pelkey n Sen. Pedlo n Sen. Riebling Y Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi a Sen. Slote Y Sen. Smith Sen. Stamm n Sen. Stevenson Sen. Sullivan Y Sen. Thompson n Mr. Nartin Y Sen. \Jicks Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Bednarek Mr. Rombach Mr. Nelson Miss Claffey Miss Lewandowski Mr. DiMatale Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Gaustad Sen. Gates Sen. Grasso Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hanks Miss Hann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Levine Miss Jackson Sen. Anne Moore A?-61 Bill 61 A1-64 Bill 64

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Mr. Grosstephen y Sen. Neveu Sen. OIShaughnessy y Sen, Pelkey Y Sen. Redlo Y Sen, Riebling Sen, Robinson Sen, Sachi Sen. Slote Sen. Smith Sen. Stamm Y Sen. Stevenson Y Sen. Sullivan Y Sen. Thompson Y Mr. Kartin Y Sen. Wicks Rill 61 Eill 64

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 8. &tossgraber President of The Senate Student Affairs Committee Meeting November 2 Senator's present: Grasso, Angell, DiNatale, Kronenbitter Mr. Wassenaarcame to speak on the telephone service on campus. He explained the situation, as to why the state is not paying the subsidy. He said that Bell Tell is working on the seemingly constant ringing of phones when they are not even hooked up. Free University: Chairman DiNatale reported that most activity will take place in the Spring Semester with a diversecollection of people-mainly social sciences and humanities. Student Affairs Committee Meeting November 6 Senators present: Riebling, Ellwanger, DiNatale, Kronenbitter Cathy McCarthy is now a recognized member. Agenda : Bills 49&53-tabled until Eliot returns from campaigning Bills 57,59&60-food service Bill 57Food Serviceproviding meals in Health Center is not legally required; meals only have to be provided in Dining Halls; F.S.A. is willing to buy equipment and recommends a micro-wave oven and reconstituting elements; the Health Center is dragging its feet. Bill 59In view of information from Sen. Slote's report in regards to Food Service, we recommend that this bill remain in committee until such time as Sen. Thompson can discuss his bills within committee. Bill 60In light of information recieved, the author has withdrawn his bill. Sub-committees: Free Universityprogress is continuing Ambulanceelections will be held next month Yn0 re&t?@h%J~l~~ PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 0. cMossgraber President of The Senate Election Committee MinutesNovember 3 Senator's present: Angell, Harmony, Kronenbitter, Riebling Ksyzstyniak The election committee has drawn up the bill for the November 30, 1972 elections. Votes taken: for 1 election day 2-1-1 $35 for election chairman 2-1-1 $30 for each supervisior 2-1-1 $1.25 / hr. for poll watchers 2-1-1 Brian Angell for supervisior in Scales 2-0-2 Louise Riebling for supervisor in Hart 2-0-2 Dan Harmony for supervisor for commuters 2-0-2 Bill Kszystyniak for election chairman 3-0-1 Meeting was adjourned at 5:30 Further notes: The new Fall Election bill was passed unanimously. Several changes were made in the new bill as compared to previous bill. The most important are: (1) An increase in the salary of the chairman, from $30 to $35 (2) An increase in the salaries of supervisors, from $25 to $30 (3) An increase in the salaries of poll watchers, from $l.OO/hr. to $1.25/hr. Rationale: The committee felt that there is a great deal of work and responsibility for the Chairman and the Supervisors in an election. If an actual per hour wage could be figured, it would approximate $1.50 for the Chairman and Supervisors because of the many hours spent in vote counting and preparation. The poll watchers also have responsibility, and therefore, their salaries should be increased. The salary increases were approved 3-0-1 The other changes which will eliminate the problems of past electinns are: (1) a definition of electioneering (2) the Election Committee, under the new bill, will log grievences, but it will not judge on the merits or demerits of a particular grievence; that is the responsibility of the S.A. Supreme Court (3) we will attempt to have the entire bill published in the Oswegonian. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Election Committee Minutes November 3 page 2 (4) we will allow a greater period for campaigning and petitions (5) no expenditures will have to be registered provided they are not in excess of $10.00 The Election Bill was approved unanimously-Senator Harmony made a motion to adjourn Rules Committee Minutes November 6 -" Senator's present: DiNatale, Pelkey, Slote, Bucher, Gates, Kronenbitter, Riebling Ellwanger 1. Approve agenda as it stands 3-1-2 2. The following bills were tabled Bills 67,68, 70 and 71 are all tabled to the Rules Committee dealing with the internal operation of the Senate Bill 69 regarding the S.A. loan to F.S.A. for the funding of the Rathskeller was tabled to Fiance Committee for feasibility Bill 72 regarding the traffic regulations within the Campus are tabled to the Transportation sub-mmittee for further investigation. Chairman Gates spoke with the committee about the general state of the Senate and expressed his wish that the Senate work within comqittee structure and try to allieviate the length of the Senate meetings, length of discussions on the floor and the frustrations leading to the rash of resignations. Senator Slote is now a recognized member. HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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To: Student Association $enate From: Senate Judiciarv Committee Re: Policy on commiitee Chairpersons At the commencement of the new legislative session, the President of the Senate shall appoint the Committee Chairpersons, with subsequent confirmation by the Senate. Between legislative sessions, if a committee chairperson resigns or finds it impossible to continue in the position of chairperson, the committee shall elect the new chairperson with subsequent confirmation by the Senate. Committee chairpersons shall be Senaaors. Sub=committee chairpersons may be Senators or non-Senators. Any Senator may petition for the removal of a committee chairperson. The procedure of removal from the position of chairperson shall require a vote of two-thirds of the entire Senate. &oval from the position of chairperson shall constitute removal of that person from that position only and shall not consititute expulsion from the committee itself. Committee action: Approved 6 0

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Finance Committee Minutes of November 1, 1972 The Finance Committee chmmenced with members present Sullivan, Martin, Ham, DiNatale. Senator Gates was absent. I. Prench Club he~resentative: Jane Drake Discussion: The French Club wishes to sponsor six short films and six full-length films in English sub-titles concerning French life and culture. The representative pointed outthat in the past the French Club has sponsored events on the same evenings as other language clubs, which was a great difficulty. More planning has gone into their affairs, however. The movies will be held in Rich Hall in an attempt to co-ordinate foaeign language clubs with the International Center. The,F'rench Club has two films scheduled for this semester. Recommendation: It was the feeling of the committee that the French Club should be funded for this semester's films and then asked to make out another request for next semester. OUr reasons were that not only does this leave more money in this semester's Program Fund, but the French Club did not have ible other four films in mind yet, and, too, if they find films to be a poor mode of expression for their organization, they are not committed to films. Hence we recommend the French Club be appropriated $275.00, which breaks down as such: Full length Short film Publicity Postage for Postage for film short films full-length films .11. The Finance Committee also heard from Pres. Burton concerning the Health Reserve fund and the withdrawal of $500.00 from said fund to conduct a survey for further planning the physical well-being of this campus community as well as carrying out the further maintenance of health care delivery on this campus. According to Bill #8, a health reserve fund was established at $2,000.00. The committee chooses not to make a formal recommendation, but will make obsrvations upon request fmm the Senate. *The two films are "Les Liaisons Dangereusesn and "Grands IllusionN

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE t~ OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames 9. cMossqtabet President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th ~e~islative Session 21st Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, November 14, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Agenda 4. Approval of the Senate Minutes of 11-7-72 5. Executive Reports : 1. President 2. Vice-president 6. Appropriation Bills Finance Committee Report Bill #74 Bill #75 Bill #76 7. Committee Reports : 1. Judiciarv 2. ~cademicAffairs 3. Student Affairs 4. Elections 5. Rules 8. Old Business Bill #65 Bill #66 9. New Business Procedural Bills Bill #59 Bill #77 Bill #78 Resolutions Resolution #15A 10. Ad j ournment \\I HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 4 8th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting November 14, 1972 1 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Greenstein (sub-Miss Cambieri), Sen. Hanks, Sen. Harmony, Sen. Kortmulder(subMr. Dodd), Sen. Kronenbitter( subMiss McCarthy), Sen. Anne Moore, Sen. Thomas Moore, Sen. Robinson, Sen. Sachi, Sen. Smith (sub-Mr. Monte), Sen. White. I The agenda and minutes were approved as published. I ~xecutibe Reports : President Burton reported on the general membership meeting of SASU and the planned petition drive for formal recognition. Work on the Rathskeller is progressing; the Consumer Guide report on' bookstores, liquor stores, and grocery stores is ready. Also, there is a possibility of Student Association getting involved in low-cost off-campus housing. President Burton also reported on the survey planned to research health needs, and his proposition to increase the number of student representatives (from 2 to. 3) on the board of F.S.A. Vice-president Mossgraber announced the resignations of Senators Neveu, Bednarek, and Harmony. Further action on the Programming Commission will be postponed for a while. The Vice-president announced he will deliver a major policy statement to the college community on Monday, 11/20, at 8 p.m. in the Union ballroom. Sen. Thompson informed the Senate on open food-testing sessions held by Food Service every Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in r.231,Hewitt Union. The report of the Finance Committee was accepted by a hand vote. Bill 74Sen. Sullivan proposed an amendment changing the allocation to for the purpose of sponsoring two films. This carried, 19-yes, 7-no. Bill 74 carried, 26-yes, 0-no. Bill 75Sen. Sullivan proposed an amendment changing the allocation from130 to $750. This carried, 20-yes, 1-no, 5-abs. Miss Greenfield proposed a second amendment that $150 be allotted for bikinis for the Max Ziel contestants. This was defeated, 7-yes, 16-no, 3-abs. Bill 75 carried, 14-yes, 10-no, 2-abs. Bill 76Sen. Sullivan's amendment that the allocation be chan ged toS600 carried, 20-yes, 3-no, 1-abs. Bill 76 then carried, 24-yes, 0-no. Sen. Levine moved to reconsider Bill 75; however, this was defeated. '4 Committee Re~orts: Judiciary no report. Academic Affairs Miss Pelkey spoke in favor af passage of Res. 15A as a supportive measure. Bill.48 has been withdrawn and the committee is working on a new bill concerning this. Faculty and qualified people are needed for the Free-University. Th@.change

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in the art major has been approved by F.A. The committee will go through nominations to the Mediation Panel at 8:00 a.m. on 11/15. Sen. Stamm is invited to join the Academic Affairs Committee. Student Affairs Mr. ~i~atale directed the Senate's attention to the committee minutes included in the packet. Elections Sen. Angell reported that the supervisors are: Dan Harmony, Commuters; Louise Riebling, Hart; Tim OIShaughnessy, Seneca; and himself for Scales. supervisors are reminded to-turn in lists of pollwatchers as soon as possible. The committee asked if anything could be done to fill the recent senatorial vacancies through the present election bill. Sen. Angell moved this as an enabling act, which passed by a hand vote. Rules Sen. Gates reminded committee chairpersons that they are now members of the Rules Committee, according to Bill 56. Old Business: Bill 65 was tabled. Bill 66 was tabled. New Business: Bill 59 Sen. Slote moved to table and this carried'. Bill 77 Sen. Angell proposed an amendment to strike the last line of sec. 2. This was defeated, 9-yes, 15-no, 1-abs. Sen. Stamm proposed an amendment to delete sections 2 and 3. This was defeated, 6-yes, 18-no, 1-abs. Sen. Wick's friendly amendment to substitute "impeachment proceedings" for "removal from office" (sec. 3,a. ) was accepted; also, "be considered grounds for" for "result in" (3,b.I Bill 77 then passed, 16-yes, 3-no, 3-abs. Bill 78 Sen. Slote offered a friendly amendment to change "twothirds" to "simple" majority in the second paragraph; however, this was notaccepted. Debate continued, and Sen. Slote proposed an amendmeht to delete the 2/3 majority requirement, as well as the last paragraph. However, Mr. DiNatale moved to refer the bill to Rules Committee indefinitely, and this carried. Resolution 15A carried by a vote of 24-yes, 0-no, 0-abs. Sen. Slote moved to discharge Bill 78 from committee. However, this was defeated. Sen. Wicks moved to adjourn until Tuesday, 11/28. This carried and Senate stood adjourned at 10:25 p.m. Respectfully submitted,

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AlHIHZAlAlA2Senators 74 74 75 75 75 76 '76 77 77 77 Res.15A ---------Sen. Angel1 YYYanaYYnY.Y Sen. Bucher YYYnYMr. Nelson YYYaaYYnnYY Miss Claffey YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Cherson YYYnnYYYYnY Mr. DiNatale YYYaYYYnnYY Sen. Ellwanger YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Gaustad YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Gates YYYnaYYnnYY Sen. Grasso nYYnYYYYnnMiss Cambieri YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Hanks Miss Hann YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. HarmonyMr. Dodd YYYYnYYYnaY Miss McCarthy YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Kszystyniak y y a n y y y a n y y Sen. Levine nYaYnnYYYaY Miss Jackson YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Thomas Moore Sen. Redlo nYYYnYYYYnY Sen. Riebling YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Sen. Slote YYan-9YYnnYY Mr. Monte nYaYnnYYY-Y Sen. Stamm nYYYnnYYY-Y Sen. Stevenson nyayn-YY-Y -. Sen. Sullivan YYYnYYYnnYY Sen. Thompson YYYYnSen. White Sen. Wicks nYnnYYYYaaY

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Finance Committee Minutes Members present were: Sen. Sullivan, Sen. Smith, Miss Hann, Craig Martin, Mr. DiNatale. Before the meeting proper began, it was announced that Treasurer Lamkay will be holding a Treasurer's Workshop Thursday, Nov. 16, at 7:00 p.m. for organizational treasurers of the Student Association. He has asked the Finance Committee to be present as well as any other interested senators. 1. Italian Club Representatives: Becky Carter, Mike Casciola Discussion: The Italian Club is an organization concerned with the life and culture of Italian peoples and society. Their request is for seven films with English sub-titles that examine facets of Italian culture and art, a projectionist, publicity, and refreshments. The breakdown is as follows: movies (seven films with English translations) 555.00 projectionist (to run movies) '28.00 publicity (posters) 75.00 refreshments (coffee and cake) 75.00 $733.00 There will also be commentators taken from faculty to speak before the movies. The movies, with dates and prices, are as follow: Dec. 10,1972 "Tenth Victim" $ 65.00 Feb. 21, 1973 "I1 Mafioso" 65.00 March 6, 1973 "Seduced and Abandoned" 110.00 March 13, 1973 "La Mandragola" 75.00 April 17, 1973 "Gospel According to Matthewt' 110.00 May 6, 1973 "Juliet of the Spirits" 110.00 May 13, 1973 "Let's Talk About Women" 55.00 Recommendation: The Committee believes it is necessary to have some form of film evaluation before further monies are allotted to film festivals. There is no intention on our part to have this appear as a slur against any organization (in this case, Italian Club) but we think it is better to first see if films are a good form of expression for an organization before committing oneself to films. Therefore, our recommendation is as follows: Student Association finance the first two films with the understanding that members of the Finance Committee will observe the acceptance and appeal of these films. This will amount to $130.00 Also the projectionist fee for two films will be $8.00 Publicity has been established at $15.00 for Student Association organizations, and we feel that refresh-ments for such an event would not be in order. Recommended for Italian Club .... $153.00 (4-0-0) 2. Cheerleading Representative: Verne11 Washington Request: $1130

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Finance Committee Minutes, p.2. Discussion: Cheerleaders accompany the soccer and basketball teams, either home or away, fcr the purpose of leading cheers at the games. There are approximately twenty girls involved with cheerleading. The breakdown of their request is as follows: vests @$7.95 for 1@ girls 79.50 blouses @ $9.00 for 10 girls 90.00 saddleshoes 200.00 clean uniforms 60.00 meals (lunch-dinner-breakfast 570.00 for away games) Recommendation: We recommend that the Student Association allocate: $79.50 for vests (10) 60.00 for cleaning uniforms 570.00 for meals 28.50 for letters $738.00 Total The saddleshoes :could best be bought by the individuals since they would have more use from them. Were we to pcrchase the saddleshoes they would become the property of Student Association. (4-0-0) h Assistant Treasurer Steve Sucher came before Finance Committee, too, to request some money for check-cashing service. That is, previously Security gave assistance in delivering checks to the bank, however, they find they can no longer do this. Therefore Mr. Sucher requests that: 1) The amount of $100.00 be allocated to him for gasoline, etc., for his car in delivering. the checks to the bank. This is $5.00 per week for twenty weeks. 2) From now until spring(approximate1y fourteen weeks) the sum of $10.00 per week be allotted for someone to ride with him during winter so that if, for example, his car gets stuck on the way to the bank, someone can stay with the money, etc. Our recommendation and allocation is $200.00 : $100.00 for the service of Mr. Sucher's transportation, and $100.00 for the accompaniment, and the provision that if more money is necessary Mr. Sucher can return to the Finance Committee (Allocated $200.00 5-0-0)

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Minutes from Student Affairs Council Meeting Nov. 10 Present: Senators White, Angell, Grasso, DiNatale, Ellwanger, Kronenbitter, Thompson, McCar$hy Resignation of Dan Harmony was read and not accepted.(l-4-1) Roy Thompson is now a member of the Student Affairs Committee. Chuck DiNatale is temporary chairman of Student Affairs. Discussion: Bill 59 Senator Thompson spoke on his bill. The committee recommended a stronger, more comprehensive bill (4-0-11, because of the lack of procedure, membership-.and general structure of this committee. This bill was discharged from committee. President Burton spoke on the Health Center and the OHMO. Minutes from Student Affairs Council Meeting Nov. 13 4 Present: Senators Cherson, Ellwanger, Redlo, Riebling, Slote, and Mr. DiNatale chairing in the absence of Sen. Kronenbitter. Sen. Suzanne Gaustad was accepted as a member of the council. Two bills concerning an off-campus housing board were to be considered but had to be postponed until the next meeting due to a mistake. With the resignation of Sen. Harmony it was necessary to fill the vacancy of Sen. Harmony in the Transportation subcommittee of Student Affairs. This vacancy has been filled by Senators Cherson and Redlo. Sen. Redlo pointed out discrepancies and faults in the board contracts with Housing and is going to look into it. Also, Sen. Redlo and Sen. Gaustad are investigating improvement of the Hewitt Union facilities in the areas of greater service. Free University has reported that letters have been sent to departments to elicit interested faculty members, as well as through personal contact. A letter will also be appearing in The Oswegonian to elicit response from non-faculty members of the campus. A The Snow Committee has yet to report due to the lack of frozen precipitation these past days. In reference to Bill 59, concerning food service, the committee felt that more should be said than its original recommendation. The Committee feels a stronger, more structured bill would be -,

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Student Affairs Minutes, p.2 in order for this piece of legislation but that at the same time we have many reservations about it. It had been brought to our attention by Sen. Slote who had a similar bill that any fault lies essentially in the preparation of the food and that if a student has a particular complaint he should first go to the manager of that dining hall, and that if he is not satisfied he can then go to the director of food service, who has assured us that every necessary step would be taken. Of course, any student with a valid argument would be backed up by this committee to the extent that we would contact someone from FDA (Food and Drug) to examine with us the preparation processes or related cases of any particular situation. However, we do feel that this bill is presently though the intention is true not the proper avenue for any such complaint.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 I qames 9. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College At Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting I Senate Agenda I Tuesday, November 28, 1972 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Bill #8l Executive Reports: 1. Resignation of Vice-president 2. Senator Harmony Old Business Bill #65 Bill #66 Appropriation Bills Finance Committee Re~0rt Bill #64 Bill #69 Committee .Reports 1. Elections 2. Student Affairs 3. Academic Affairs 4. Judiciary 5. Rules New Business Bill #79 Bill #80 11. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting November 28, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. Senators not present were: Miss Claffey(subMiss McDonough), Sen. Greenstein(sub-Miss Cambieri), Sen. Hanks, Sen.Kortmulder(sub-Miss McCarthy), Sen. Levine( sub-Mr. James), Sen. Robinson, Sen. Smith (sub-Mr. Racette), Sen. Stevenson(subMr. Rombach). The agenda and minutes were approved'as published. Bill 81 Sen. Kronenbitter respectfully withdrew her sponsorship of the {ill. Sen. Slote then moved for special orders of the day to suspend Roberts' Rules of Order for the consideration of Bill 81. Sen. Angell asked for a roll call vote, and the motion to suspend Roberts' Rules was defeated, 16-yes, 10-no(1acked 2/31. Sen. Angell asked the chair if a partial suspension of Roberts' Rules would be in order; however, the chair ruled it would not. Sen. Slote objected to the ruling. However, the ruling was supported, 14-yes, 12-no, 2-abs. Sen. Angell then reintroduced the motion to suspend Roberts' Rules completely during consideration of Bill 81. The motion was again defeated, 19-yes, 11-no. Sen. Gates asked the chair for a ruling on the legality of the bill at that time, and the chair ruled that it would be out of order. Sen. Cherson objected to this ruling; and by a vote of 12-yes, 18-no, the ruling was overturned and Senate returned to consideration of the bill. Sen. Slote moved to suspend Roberts' Rules during consideration of Bill 81, and to use instead "Oswego Senate Rules of Order" (identical to Roberts1 Rules except that it would allow rescinding of prior elections). The motion carried, 20-yes, 10-no. Senate then recessed for dinner from 6:30 to 7:30. Bill 81, cont. Debate continued. Sen. Kronenbitter proposed to amend the bill in the form of an amendment to the Constitution, which would go to all-campus referendum, and if passed, would call for the election of a Vice-president to serve the remainder of the term. The amendment was defeated, 6-yes, 24-no. Sen. Harmony then moved for a division of the question to consider the bill as 81 A (dealing with rescinding the election of Gregg Gates as President Pro-Tempore) and 81 B (dealing with qualifications of the President Pro-Tempore). Mr.Lochner offered, as a friendly amendment, that the Vice-president be required to have the same qualifications as the President. However, this was not accepted. The motion for division of the question was defeated, 8-yes, 21-no. Sen. Sullivan offered a friendly amendment to insert "because he is not presently 1 constitutionally qualified to ascend to the office of Vice-President". This was accepted. Lacking a 2/3 majority, Bill 81 was then defeated, 15-yes, 12-no, 3-abs. Sen. Slote objected to the ruling from the chair that a 2/3 majority be required to rescind, and called for a vote on this. By a vote of 26-yes, 4-no, the ruling was supported. Sen. Anne Moore wished it recorded that the Senate appreciated the efforts of the clerk.

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Executive Reports: Vice-president Mossgraber delivered some closing comments before the Senate accepted his resignation. Sen. Gates then took the oath of office of Vice-president. 4 Sen. Harmony asked the Senate to allow him to withdraw his resignation. This was accepted. Sen. Kronenbitter then withdrew Bill 79. Old Business : Bill 65 Sen. Kszystyniak offered a friendly amendment to change the wording of sec. 1 to "The Senate shall be the judge of the qualifications of its own members." This was accepted, and Bill 65 carried, 22-yes, 1-no, 1-abs. Bill 66Sen. Stamm's friendly amendment to change "five" to "three" was accepted. Sen. Angel1 asked that the bill be a procedural legislative bill eather than a bylaw addendum. This was also accepted. Bill 66 passed, 20-yes, 4-no, 1-abs. Finance Committee Report: Sen. Sullivan reported that Bill 64 was recommended unanimously. Bill 69 was recommended with several amendments which would be discussed later. Bill 64 By a vote of 23-yes, 1-abs, Bill 64 carried. Bill 69 Sen. Cherson moved to amend the bill to add that any agreements resulting from negotiations between FSA and SA must be included 4 in the contract, and that the contract must be approved by the Finance Committee before executive signature. This amendment carried, 17-yes, 5-no, 2-abs. Bill 69 then carried, 23-yes, 1-abs. Committee Reports: Elections Sen. Kszystyniak announced the polling places and reminded supervisors to meet as soon as possible after the polls close in the Vice-President's office. Work will begin soon on the election in Riggs and the referendum. Sen. Kszystyniak noted that with the reseating of Sen. Harmony there are only 3 seats in the Commuter election. Student Affairs Sen. Redlo announced there would be a.meeting concerning Free University on Friday at 3:30. Academic Affairs Mr. DiNatale reported that work on the mediation panel is continuing. Sen. Bucher has set up a new subcommittee to work on changing the physical education requirement; people are needed to help. The next meeting of Academic Affairs is Dec. 6, at 4:10 in r.201. Judiciary -. no report. Rules The committee will be choosing a new chairman at its next meeting. Vice-president Gates reported on the vetoeing of Bill 77 by the President. President Burton then explained his reason for vetoeing the bill, citing mainly his objection to the 2/3 majority requirement to bring a bill out of committee.

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Mr. DiNatale then moved to refer the bill to the Rules Committee. The motion to refer carried. 4 Bill 80 Following discussion, Sen. Kszystyniak moved to refer the bill to Rules Committee for 1 week. The motion to refer carried, 17-yes, 5-no, 2-abs Sen. Cherson then moved for special orders of the day to elect a new President Pro-Tempore; however, this was defeated by a hand vote. Sen. Stamm then moved to adjourn. This carried and Senate stood adjourned at 11:lO p.m. Respectfully submitted, Sue Miller

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sus. sup. sus. sup. sus. Div. Senators R.R. rull R.R. ru142t R.R. A1 ? -Sen. .Angel1 Y Y Y n Sen. Bucher Y n Y Y Mr. Nelson Y n Y n Miss McDonough 4 Y n n Sen. Cherson Y n Y n Mr. DiNatale n Y n n Sen. Ellwanger n Y n n Sen. Gaustad Y Y Y Y Sen. Gates n Y n Y Sen. Grasso aY Y Miss Cambieri n Y n Y Sen. Hanks Miss Hann n Y n Y Sen. Harmony Y n Y n Hiss McCarthy Sen. Kronenbitter n Y n Y Sen. Kszystyniak y n Y n Mr. James Yn -Y n Miss Jackson n Y n Y Sen. Anne Moore Y n Sen. Thomas Moore n Y n Y Sen. Redlo Y n Y n Sen. Riebling n Y n Y Sen. Robinson Sen. Sachi Y Y Y n Sen. Slote Y Y n Mr. Racette Y n Y n Sen. Stamm Y n Y n Mr. Rombach Y nY n --, >en. Sullivan n Y n Y Sen. Thompson Y n Sen. White Y a Y Y Sen. Wicks Y n Y n *support ruling from chair on partial suspension of **support ruling. from chair bn Bill 81 ***support ruling from chair on 2/3 required. SUP a 3: A1 ref 81 rul. "65 66 64 69 69 80 ------n Y YYYYYY Y n YYYnYa Y Y Y --a Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y aYYYYY Y Y YnYaYn n Y YYYYYY n Y -----nY' YYYYYY Y n YnaaYY n Y YYYYYY ----------YYYYYY Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n,Y nY n YaYYYa YYYYYn nnynan -----YYYYYn Roberts' Rules

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Student Affairs Committee Minutes November 27 Members present: DiNatale, McCarthy, Solomack, Kronanbitter, Gaustad, Redlo, Riebling, Cherson, Ellwanger Agenda : 1. Off-campus housing board re. Bill 53 Bill 49 was retracted by its author Bill 53 was amended to change the duration of term from two years to three semesters 2. Discussion pertaining to letter from Mary Harren University of Buffalo regarding the nature of Student Agfairs Committee. 3. Activities Fair for orientation. We felt that Student Association should become a part of this and are working on a presentation. All suggestions are welcome. Sub-committee Re~orts: Free university is progressing. The proEessors have been notified and responded. There will be a meeting, Wednesday at 5 P.M. Contact either Chuck DiNatale or Bob Redlo, co-chairmen. Bob Redlo reported on the possibility of facilities in the Union for laundry. Mr. Heaps said there was no room despite empty storage rooms downstairs. Mr. Heaps suggested coin-operated machines in the dormitories for commuter students. Further meetings with Mr. Wassenaar are to be held in regard to breaking housing contracts and the basis used for determing whether students are released from their contracts. Mike Hijdo is investigating increased hours for student use at Laker Hall. The idea of a crafts shop flea market was brought up and will be further discussed at our next meeting Thursday afternoon, 3:30 in room 201.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMoss9raber Student Association President of The Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting Senate Agenda ~ugsda~, December 5, 1972 Call to Order Recess at 5:15 for Supper Hour Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Election of .President Pro-Tempore Executive Reports: 1. Sen. Slote 2. Vice-president Committee Reports 1. Academic Affairs 2. Student Affairs 3. Judiciary 4. Elections 5. Rules Old Business Bill #53 Bill #80 Bill #77 Appropriation Bills Finance Committee Report Bill #83 Bill #84 Bill #85 Bill #86 New Business Bill #82 Bill #87 Adjournment HEWIlT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting December 5, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Grasso (sub-Mr. Rombach), Sen. Kortmulder (sub-Mr. Mayer), Sen. Smith (sub-Mr. James). The agenda'was amended to omit item #2 and set the dinner recess at 6:30. Bill 88 was added under Appropriation Bills, after Bill 86; Bills 89 and 90 were added under New Business, after Bill 87. The order of the Executive Reports was also reversed. The agenda was then approved by a hand vote. Eric requested to be referred to by first name in the minutes. The minutes were then approved by a hand vote. Election of President Pro-Tempore: Sen. Harmony nominated Sen. Kronenbitter; Sen. Redlo nominated Sen. Cherson. Senators Redlo, Thompson, Slote, and Stevenson were also nominated but declined. Sen. Sachi asked for a secret ballot. Sen. Kronenbitter was elected President Pro-Tempore. Executive Reports: Vice-president Gates announced the nominations of Norman Stee3.e and Ruth Lewandowski to Traffic Court. Sen. Sullivan moved to refer the nominations to Judiciary Committee. The motion was carried. The Vice-president also read a letter from the Press Secretary regarding the possibility of senators writing a column for the Oswegonian. Also, senators are requested to ask their constituents about their opinions of a monthly newsletter. Sen. Robinson's resignation was read and accepted. Copies of the charter for the Programming Commission are available and members will be appointed by 12/15. The Vice-president reported on the meeting of the Athletic Advisory Board and opened nominations for a representative to the Board. Eric nominated Sen. Smith, Sen. Kszystyniak nominated Sen. Angell, Sen. Slote nominated Sen. White. Senators Sullivan and Levine were nom2nated but declined. Sen. Smith was elected representative to the Board. The Vice-president also announced the formation of an ad-hoc committee on the Constitutional convention. Sen. Slote spoke to the Senate, explaining his actions at last week's meeting. Committee Reports: Academic Affairs Miss Pelkey announced the next meeting of the committee will be Dec. 6, at 4:10 in r. 201. Student Affairs Sen. Kronenbitter noted that the minutes were included in the packet. Sen. Ellwanger's resignation was accepted. Neil Salamack is chairman of the Snow subcommittee. The next meeting of the whole committee is Monday night at 7~30; the meeting for Free University is Wednesday at 3:30.

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Judiciary Miss Hann announced the next meeting would be Friday at 2:30 in r.201. Elections Sen. Kszystyniak noted that the minutes were included in the packet. The permanent election bill will be presented next week. Rules Sen. Ellwanger reported that the next meeting will be Monday at 4:00, and that there may be an opening on the committee. Old Business: Bill 53 Several friendly amendments were accepted: in sec. 2,a: "The Senate shall elect three senators, two of which will be from among the commuters senators and one from the on-campus senators, by a plurality vote"; in sec. 2,d: "The Legal Advisor for Student Association shall be a member of the Board;" in sec. 3, a: "Membership on the Board shall be for 3 semesters." Bill 53 then passed, 33-. yes, 0-no. -Senate then recessed from 6:30 to 7:15 for dinner. Bill 80Sen. Wicks moved to table the bill for one week. This carried. Bill 77After debate, the President's veto was sustained by a vote of 19-yes, 13-no, 1-abs. --Finance Committee Report: Sen. Sullivan noted the following corrections: $125 recommended for GHL; $200 the original request for Physics Club. The Food Co-op request 1s still in committee. Sen. Sullivan also withdrew Bill 84. The minutes were then approved by a hand vote. Bill 83After debate, the bill was defeated, 4-ves, 25-no, 2-abs. Bill 85Sen. Angell moved to amend the allocation to $113 for books. By a vote of 14-yes, 18-no, 1-abs, the amendment was defeated. Bill 85 was defeated, 2-yes, 28-no, 3-abs. Bill 86Sen. Sullivan moved to amend the allocation to $125. By a vote of 11-yes, 22-no, the amendment was defeated. After further debate, Bill 86 carried by a vote of 20-yes, 5-no, 8-abs. Bill 88Sen. Cherson corrected the bill to add that there were 15 interns last Spring semester. The last sentence was friendly amended to readY1'Determination of criteria for refund shall be by the Finance Director with redress to Supreme Court if necessary." The bill then passed, 24-yes, 3-no. Bill 82was carried, 17-yes, 2-no, 4-abs. I Bill 87Sen. Angell moved to table the bill for -1 week. This carried. Bill 89Sen. Kszystyniak offered as a friendly amendment to change "requests" to "demands", in the third paragraph. This was accepted. Bill 89 then passed, 23-yes, 1-no, 1-abs. Bill 90Several friendly amendments were made: sec. 1 of the second paragraph deleted and sec. 2 changed to "that Mr. Bieling appear before the Senate on 12/12 to explain his department's actions"; sec. 2 of the third paragraph to conclude with the word Also, notification sent to the Oswegonian, Palladium Times, Oswego County Times. Bill 90 then carried, 24-yes, o-no. Sen. Kszyatyniak then moved to adjourn. The motion carried and Senate stood adjourned at 10:30 p.m. Respectfully submitted, S",r3& Sue Miller

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Bill veto Bill A1 Bill AlSenators 53 77fi 83 85 85 86 Sen. Angel1 Y Y n Miss Claffey Y n n Sen. Bucher Y n a -Mr. Nelson Y n n Sen. Cherson Y Y n Mr. DiNatale Y n n Sen. Ellwanger Y n n Sen. Gaustad Y Y n Mr. Rombach Y Y n Sen. Greenstein Y Y n Sen. Hanks Y Y n Miss Hann Y n n Sen. Harmony Y Y n Mr. Mayer Y Y n Sen. Kronenbitter y n Y Sen. Kszystyniak y Y a Sen. Levine Y Y Y Miss Jackson Y. nwn Sen. Anne Moore Y Y n Sen. Thomas Moore y n n Sen. Redlo Y Y Y Sen. Riebling Y n n Mr. Schifferli Y n n Sen. Sachi Y n n Mr. Stewart Y a n Sen. Slote Y n n Mr. James Y Y n Eric Stamm Y Y n den. Stevenson Y Y Y Sen. Sullivan Y Y n Sen. Thompson Y Y n Sen. White Y Y Sen. Wicks Y Y n Bill Bill Bill Bill Bill 86 88 82 89 90 "vote to sustain President's veto on Bill 77

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Rules Committee Meeting 12/4/72 Senators present: Ellwanger, Kronenbitter, Bucher, Slote, Stamm, -4 DiNatale, Wicks. Meeting called to order at 4:15 p.m. Nominations were made for new chairperson of Rules Committee. Nominees were Senators Slote and Ellwanger.Senator. Ellwanger was elected by a vote of 4-1-0. Sen. Stamm petitioned Rules Committee and was accepted by a unanimous vote of the committee. The ;agenda was written up and approved. Sen. Kronenbitter brought up some of the bills passed-by other Senate kessions that she felt would be of benefit to the members of the Isenate. A motion was made and carried to have this packet of bills printed up and distributed to the Senate as soon as possible. The meeting was adjourned at 5:05 p.m.

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Senate Finance Minutes of 11/28 and 12/3 All members were present for Wednesday's meeting. On Sunday, 4 after a rousing chorus of "Happy Birthday, Kathy Sullivan," members Sullivan, Cherson, and DiNatale met with Treasurer Lamkay 1. Gays for Human Liberation Representatives: Lois Frankel, Paul Kelly Request: $360.00 Discussion: The GHL has a membership of approximately 50. Their original request was for $1625.00. However, after having talked with the representatives they established the $360.00 request. This breaks down as such: 1) 'Approximately thirty-five books to be used as educational materials for a library of Gay Literature $180.00 2) 1 Periodicals 55.00 3 / Operational expenses Recommendations: The Finance Committee recommends the $25.00 for operaticnal expenses at this time. It is our feeling that the Penfield Library should fulfill its responsibilities to.?an educational center. This committee is undertaking an attempt to see if the library will obtain these books which are socially relevant and information at this time. If we gain no satisfaction, we will inform the GHL, and if they wish, they can resubmit then for the books. Also, the Student Affairs library on the second floor of Culkin Hall has some books on this subject. German Club Representatives: Bob Heatley Request: $78.00 Discussion: The German Club has been sponsoring films in the past weeks obtained through embassies. The film they have obtained is a presentation of Kafka's The Trtal. Recommendation: We recommend that the film be obtained with the-addition of $15.00 for publicity. (Recommended $93.00) 3. The.Finance Committee heard from Eliot Cherson and Treasurer Lankay concerning a proposed bill returning to interns their S.A. fee. The Finance Committee recommends this bill as is to the Senate. 4. Italian Club Representatives: Mrs. Beckmeir, Mike Casciola Request: $335.00 Discussion: The Italian Club is seeking to bring a Prof. Gino Rizzo to speak about the influence of Luigi Pirandello, a famous Italian author and playwright, on comtemporary theater. The expenses breakdown as such: Honorarium $250.00

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Finance Committee Minutes p. 2 Travel and expenses 50. 00 Room 15.00 Publicity 20.00 $3-3 5 0 0 Recommendation: Due to the fact that there is only $900.00 in this semester's program fund, and this organization has been funded once already this semester, and also the fact that lecture is being held on December 15, in such proximity to finals, the Finance Commkttee does not recommend the funding of this activity. 5. Physics Club Representative: Dave Graham Request: $141.50 Discussion: The Physics Club has already sponsored one event ( a film and the breakdown for their request is as follows: three films $141.50 Also they have a bill outstanding for the last film of $37.50 they wish S.A. to take care of. Recommendation: The Committee recommends financing the 3 films for $141.50, as well as $15.00 for publicity, but we do not feel we should have to take care of an outstanding bill the Physics Club incurred. (Recommended $156.50) The Finance Committee also received a request from Blackfriars to establish a salary for their treasurer. This request was passed on to the Treasurer of S.A. since it did not belong to this committee properly. 6. Tai Chi Workshop Representative: Michael Eisenhower Request: $413.23 Discussion: The request for the workshop broke down as follows: Instructor's fees $300.00 Books Recommendation: The Committee feels that Prof. Eisenhower should not be compensated for his services, since the Workshop is his innovation. In addition, the student representatives stressed Professor Eisenhower's role as fellow participant, rather than a "teacher" per se; this further justifies our position. ,1 With regard to the books, we hesitate, for the reasons stated with regard to the GHL request to purchase books and therefore urge the defeat of this request.

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Election Committee Minutes December 1, 1972 are 1. 2. 3. 4. The Election Committee has kept a log of the violations of the election bill for the November 30, 1972 election. They as follows: Patty Hann's petition was in the hands of election chairman Bill Kszystyniak rather than the S.A. office by 3 P.M. on November 20. Supervisor Tim OIShaughnessy was not present at 5 P.M. on Election Day to close the polls in Seneca Hall, seal the ballot box, and bring it to the S.A. office. Roy Thompson was able to register votes in both-Seneca Hall and the Hewitt Union elections, Su ervisor.Louise. Riebling found a poster for write-in caJdidate Sylvia Bell, which had been put up in Hart Hall lol5by at about 11 A.M. on election day. The permanent election bill was written and will be presented tb. the Senate next week (December 12).

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 --lames 9. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State UniverGity College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday., December 12, 1972 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Swearing in of New Senators 6. Executive Reports A. ;on Levine B. Vice-president 7. Committee Reports A. Judiciary B. Student Affairs C. Academic Affairs D. Rules E. Elections 8. Old Business Bill #68 Bill #70 Bill #80 Bill #87 9. New Business Bill #91 Bill #92 10. Appropriation.-;Bills Finance Committee Report Bill #94 4 11. Resolutions Res* #16 Res. #17 12. Adjournment HEWl'lT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting I December 12, 1972 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Grasso(sub-Mr. Lochner), Sen. Greenstein(subMiss Barry), Sen. Hanks, Mr. Schifferli, Sen. Stevenson (subMiss Dooley), Sen. White (subMiss Gertner). The Yice President noted that Bills 70 and 80 have been withdrawn. The agenda was then accepted by a hand vote. Sen. Kszystyniak corrected the minutes to indicate that his friendly amendment to Bill 89-was layer dropped. The minutes were then accepted by a hand vote. Chief Justice Jon Levine then administered the oath of office to new senators Claffey, Faulter, Melech, McCarthy, Quakenbush, Nelson and Hann Executive Reports: The Chief Justice em~hasized the need for Senate to act on the nominations to Traffic Court. He a150 expressed his desire to see the ad hoc Committee on a Constitutional Convention to work on readying -.a new Constitution for voter approval at next election. The Vice-president reported ?hat Bill 90 is pending executive action. Mr. Gates spoke with Dr. Robinson who explained that snowplowing priorities are based on recommendations to the President from a special committee of faculty and students. An article will appear in the Oswegonian on these priorities soon. The Vice-president also explained the charge to the ad hoc Constitutional Convention Committee which will be temporarily chaired by himself. Also, the members of ', the Programming were announced, with a chairperson still to be appointed. However, names inadvertently overlooked will be reconsidered. Committee Reports: Judiciary Mr. DiNatale reported +hat the committee has not yet acted on the nominations to Traffic Court. Sen. Sullivan then moved to accept the nomination. Sen. Angel1 noted that the nominees are required to appear before the Senate first. The chair noted it would require a 2/3rds vote to bring the nominations out of committee. This was defeated. Student Affairs Sen. Kronenbitter reported that people are needed to work at the booth at the Activities Fair, Jan. 15 from 1-5. Anyone interested, please leave your name in Sen. Kronenbitter's mailbox. Academic Affairs Sen. Harmony reported that a resolution passed in dcademic Policies Council which would require final exams to be only given in the times they are scheduled. (starting Spring semester.)Some changes have been proposed in the Political Science major requirements; a proposal for the Writing Arts major will be coming up in Academic Policies Council, Jan. 14. Any nominations for the "Distinguished

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r Pr.ofessor Award" should be given to Sen. Harmony. Chuck DiNatale and Bob Redlo reported on course offerings for the Free University thus far. Sen. Redlo also reported on a recent meeting concerning changing the Physical Education requirement. dules Sen. Ellwanger noted that the minutes were included in the packet. Chairpersons of committees are reminded that they are ex-officio members of Rules Committee. A bill of succession will be worked on by this committee next semester. Elections Sen. Kszystyniak reported that Sen. Thompson is a member of this committee now, and will be conducting a study to see if the Lakeside dorms are entitled to another senator. Checks are in the Check Cashing Office for the pollwatchers from the recent elections. Old Business Bill 68 Sen. Wicks proposed an amendmekt to change the last paragraph to a plurality vote of the Senate present". This amendment passed, 23-yqs-, 8-no; 1-absv. Sen. Slote moved to amend the bill to delete the wdrd "resolutions"; however, after discussion this was withdrawn. Sen. Angell offered a friendly amendment to state that no bill can be tabled to a committee while tabled to the Senate as a whole. This was not accepted by the sponsors. Senate then recessed for dinner from 6:30 to 7:15. Discussion continued on the bill. Sen. Angell moved to recess for 5 minutes; however, the motion b7as defeated. Bill 68 carried, by a vote of 18-yes, 13-no, 1-abs. Bill 87 Debate was held, with,the edj-tor of the Pendulum answering questions from the senators. Sen. Redlo moved the questi-on, and Bill 87 passed, 25-yes, 7-no, 1-abs. Jill 91 After discussion, the bill carried, 27-yes, 2-no, 2-abs. Bill 92 After discussion, the bill carried, 29-yes, 1-abs. Finance Committee Report Sen. Sullivan reported that the committee is working on deliberation on SASU dues. Questions about the recommendations concerning Food Co-Op would be answered when the bill came UP Bill 94 Discussion was held with a representative from the Club an'& swering questions about the proposed Food Co-Op. Sen. Sullivan proposed to amend the bill, as per items 1-4 of the Finance Committe Recommendations. Treasurer Lamkayls friendly amendments were accepted : "For every paid full-time undergraduate student subscription"; and that the money to the club be paid at the Check Cashing Office. Miss Pelkey offered a friendly amendment, changing the length of free membership to one semester. This was also accepted. Yr. DiNatale moved for a 5-minute recess, which passed. After recess, discussion continued. The amendment b7as defeated, 9-yes, 20-no, 1-abs. A lengthy discussion continued. Sen. Redlo proposed to amend the bill to state that $3,000 be allocated to the Food Co-Op Club from the Program Fund, and $2,000 from the Reserve Fund. Sen. Angell offered as a friendly amendment to include items 3 and 4 of the Finance Committee recommendations. This was accepted. The amendment then carried, 24-yes, 6-no. Bill 94 also carried, 26ves, 4-no. Mr. Lochner then moved to adjourn; however, this was defeated. Mr. DiNatale moved for special orders of the day to consider Res. 17 -.before Res. 16. This was also defeated. .esolution 16 passed unanimously. Resolution 17 passed by a vote of 27yes, 0-no. Mr. Lochner then moved to adjourn. The motion passed, and Senate stood adjourned at 1,1:40 p.m.

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A1 Bill Bill Bill A1 A2 Bill Res Senators Sen. Angel1 Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Bucher n Y n Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Cherson n Y Y Y n Y Y -;en. Claf fey n Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Mr. DiNatale Y a Y Y Y a n Y Y Sen. Ellwanger Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Faulter n Y n Y Y Sen. Gaustad Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Mr. Lochner Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y M:; ss Barry a n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Hanks Sen. Hann Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Sen. Harmony Y n n Y Y Miss Jackson Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Kortmulder Y n Y Y Y Sen. Kronenbitter n Y Y n Y Y n n Y Sen. Ks zys tyniak Y y* n Y a Liss Levine 3 n Y Y Y n Y Y Sen. Melech Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. McCarthy n Y Y n Y n 7 Y :? Sen. Anne Moore Y Y Sen. Thomas Moore y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Nelson Y Y a Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Quakenbush Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Sen. Redlo Y n Y a Y n Y Y Y Sen. Riebling Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Sen. Sachi Y Mr. Schi f f erli 4, )en. Slote n Y n Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Smith n n Y Y n Y Y Eric Stamm n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Miss Dooley Y Y Y Y n Y Y Mr. Stevart Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Sen. Sullivan Y n Y a Y n n Y Sen. Thompson Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Miss Gertner n n n Y Y n Y Y Y Sen. Wicks Y n y. Y Y Y Y Y Y (vote totals on A2 94, Bill 94, and Res. 17 are different than announced at the meeting due to the inclusion of Sen. McCarthyls votes.)

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Executive Action on Legislation -. Bill 82 validation of elections in Hart, Scales, and Seneca Halls and Commuter elections. Signed into law by the President. Bill 88 concerning internship refunds. Signed into law by the President. Bill 53 establishing Off-Campus Housing Board. Signed into law by the President. Bill 86 $360 allocation to Gays for Human Liberation. Signed into law by the President. Bill 90 dealing with snow plowing of faculty and student parking lots. Pending executive action. Bill 89 dealing with "return of SA parking permits. Pending executive action. Rules Committee Minutes Present: Ellwanger, Bucher, Kronenbitter, Slote, Thompson, McCarthy Riebling Chuck DiNatalels resignation was accepted regretfully. .4 Cathi McCarthy is now a member of Rules Committee. The agenda was approved as stands. Bill 93, dealing with profits from the pinball machines, was referred to Student Affairs Committee, for more investigation.

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TO: All Student Association Members FROM: The Senate Finance CoKmittee RE: Funding Request, Food Co-Op Club, 1972 4 The Senate Finance Committee recommends the following with regard to funding the Food Co-Op Club: For every paid student subscription to the Co-Op until March .l, 1973, Student Association will match those funds raised up to $3,000. Funding is contingent on the Co-Op Club's meeting the following stipulations: 1. Student Association members shall enjoy a one year free membership in the Co-Op, commencing at the time the Co-Op opens, 2. Student membership on the board of directors shall be proportional to the amount of capital received through Student Association funding. 3. Before any money is allocated, the site of the Co-Op shall be approved by the Senate. 4. Full disclosune of the Co-op's books shall be afforded to the treasurer of Student Association and he shdl make periodic reports to the Senate regarding the operation of the co-op. The Senate Finance Committee has, for the past three weeks, deliberated over the $6,000 request from the Food Co-Op Club. We are aware that during this time many rumors have developed concerning our position as a committee on the Co-Op project. Before issuing our recommendations we would like to make the Senate and the Student Body aware of our major considerations in our deliberations 14 over the Food Co-op Club request. 1. At no time did the committee state or wish to imply that we were opposed to the Co-Op. We commend the efforts of those students and members of the community engaged in a project to lower food costs. The intentions of a particular organization is never the sole consideration. Rarely does an organization which places a request plan a program or engage in a project which would not be beneficial to the college community. 2. A prime consideration is the fact that there remains $14,000 in the Program Fund for the entire semester. Leaving $8,000 in the Program Fund for an entire semester is doing, we feel, a grave injustice not only to the clubs whose budget requests would be jeopardized, but to the entire Student Association membership. 3. The Senate Finance Committee is concerned about the impression that the Student Body has developed that Student Association has unlimited funds at its dis~osal. This is not the case. Every request submitted for funds requires consideration in light of the funds available. 4. The budget for Program Fund was established last spring. Since that time the number of organizations and the size of their requests have increased at a rate the Senate could not possibly have anticipated last May. The question remains, "can the Program Fund stand an allocation of this size?" We think not. 5. Finally, the Finance Committee is concerned about the financial support of the community for the Co-Op. Thus far no funding has been generated among the Oswego community, only from the student population. The question whether in a project such as this, where the permanent benefit will be derived by the should the financial burden be placed on students, as appears to be now?

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. c7bZossgsabez President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, January 23, 1973 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports A. President's State Of S.A. B. Vice-president Committee Reports A. Eliot Cherson B. Academic Affairs C. Election D. Rules E. J.udiciary F. Student Affairs Old Business Bill #68 (vetoed) Bill #94 (vetoed) New Business Bill #95 Bill #96 Bill #97 Bill #98 Bill #99 Resolutions Resolution #18 Ad j ournment HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate y 8th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting January 23,1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Gaustad, Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Lissa Levine (sub-peter Mayer),Sen. Thomas Noore, Sen. Quackenbush, Sen. Sachi, Sen. Brenda Smith, Sen. Stewart )subMr. O'keefe), and Sen Hewitt (sub-Miss Heilig). The agenda was amended to add Bill 101 after Bill 99, and to add Resolution 19 aftep Res. 18. It was then approved. Sen. Wicks then moved 2 special orders of the day; 1) to move Res. 18 before Old Business on the agenda, and 2) to recess for 15 minutes at 10 p.m. to hear Mr. Nixon's speech. Both motions carried. , The minutes were then approved by a hand vote. Executive Reports: ?resident Surton, in his address, discussed Albany's policies on the S.A. activity fee and educational innovation, H.M.O., and his plans for a S.A. Housing Corporation. He then gave explanations for vetoing Bills 94 and 68. Vice-president Gates announced that there are too many commuter senators. After a request from Greg, Eric moved to allocate $50 from Operating Expenses to hire and administrative assistant. Eric accepted a frlendly amendment to make it $75, and the motion carried. The Vice-president read the resignations of Sen. Claffey, Sen. Sullivan, and Sen. White and the senate approved them. Sen. Redlo then moved to allocate $51 from the Program Fund to make posters announcing senate meetings. Committee Reports Eliot Cherson Sen. Cherson reported that P.P.B. is accepting applications for staff until Feb 2. \$linter Week will be Feb. 9-18, the schedule was given and discussed. Academic Affairs Sen. Harmony read a memorandum expressing need of people for the faculty evaluation ,screening committee of 9 people. Senators were asked to submit applications. The next meeting will be Tuesday at 3:30. Elections Sen'. Kszystyniak announced that there will be a meeting on Friday at 3:30. 1 Rules Sen. Ellwanger noted that the chairmen of the committees have not been in attendance of The Rules Committee meetings and requested that they. come to the next meeting in room 201, Monday at 4 p.m.. She reported that Bill 100 was referred to Student Affairs and Bill 101 to the Judiciary Committee

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Judiciary Sen. Hann announced that the meeti.ng for the 2nd nominee for the traffic court will be posted outside of the mail boxes for anyone interested. Student Affairs Sen. Kronenbitter a.sked that all interested people contact her and reported that Albany had appoved their recomendation for summer session. Resolution 18 Res. 18 was changed to Bill 102 and several friendly amendments were added. Sec. 2 now reads; "...resolution, a letter written by Sen. Wicks and Sen. Cherson and signed by Mr. Pidgeon plus a full copy of this resolution shall be sent to the Oswego Police Dept, The Oswegonian, Preo.Perdue, Mayor Conway, A.C.L.L. in Syracuse,the Human Rights Commissions in Washington and Albany, the County Times, and Attourney General Lefkowitz, to express...". Also, the above will be printed as an add in the Paladium Times which will be handled by the press secretary. A 3rd Section was added to read; Oswego College Students be encouraged to boycott all downtown merchants on ~ebrusry 7, 1973. The Bill carried, 24-yes, 2-no, 2-abs. Old Business Bill 68 The Senate voted to sustain the vetoe. (15-yes, 9-no, 2-abs.) Bill 94 Sen. Redlo moved to table discussion for one week, and the motion carried with a hand vote. New Business Bill 95 Sen. Tompson moved to table the bill for one week, a handvote carried the motion. Bill 96 Sen. Kronenbitter proposed an amendment to change the wording to "...until the requirement is reduced by one hour" (Al). Then Sen. Hann proposed to amend the bill such that only the monies allocated for spring athletics would be frozen.(A2) Amendments 1 and 2 were both defeated. After a friendly amendment the bill reads "...until positive action be taken to do away with the gym requirements." The bill carried with 13-yes, 11-no, 1-abs. Bill 97 The bill carried unanimously, with 18-yes. Sen.Redlo moved for a special order of the day to make Bill 99 next on the agenda, the motion carried. Bill 99 A friendly amendment dhanged the amount to $265. The bill carried with 11-yes, 5-no, 2-abs. Sen. Cherson then moved for a special order of the day to make Resolution 19 next on the agenda, it carried. Xesolution 19 Many friendly-amendments changed the resolution to read "...ask that pedestrian lanes and any other necessary action (i.e. traffic light) be immediately...". It carried unanimously with 18-yes. Mr. Mayer then moved to adjourn. The motion passed, and Senate stood adjourned at 11:OO p.m.

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Div Bill 102 A2 Bill 96 96 -Bill Bill 9 7 9 9 Res 19 Senators Sen. Angel1 Sen. Balaban Sen. Bucher Sen. Cherson Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Faulter Sen. Grasso Sen. Hann Sen. Harmony Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Mr. Mayer Sen. Melech Sen. McCarthy Sen. McCormack Sen. Anne Moore Sen. Nelson Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Sen. Schiff erli Sen. Slote Sen. Eric Stamm Sen. Gary Stevenson Mr. O'keefe Sen. Thompson Sen. Wicks Miss Heilig Executive Action on Legislation Bill 89 concerning SA parking permits. Became law after 10 days. Bill 90 concerning plowing discrimination. Became law after 10 days. Bill 96 Dealing with the freeze on funds to sports. Pending executive action. Bill 97 Allotting fifty dollars to the Free University Program. Signed into law by the President. Bill 99 Allocating $265.00 to Student Action Movement. Vetoed by the President. Bill 102 Condemning Oswego Police Dept. for harrassment of five Oswego students. Pending executive action.

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Executive Action on Legislation Bill #68 concerning a one week table for all bills and resolutions. Vetoed by the President. ~ill'#87 authorizing the publication of the Pendulum according to second semester budget allocation. Signed into law by the President. Bill #89 concerning Student Association parking stick,ers. Pending executive action. Bill #90 dealing with snow plowing of faculty and student parking lots. Pending executive action. Bill #91 :he perpanent election bill. Signed into law by the President. Bill #92 that all finance bills include a breakdown of costs per item. Signed into law by the Px7esident. Bill #94 concerning allocation of funds to the Food Cooperative. Vetoed by the President. Minutes for Rules Cormittee 1/22/73 Chuck DiNatale requested that it be mentioned in the minutes that the chairmen of the various cornmittecs he requested to attend all Rules Committee meetings as stipulated in previous legislation. Bill 8100 was referred to Student Affairs. Bill #lo1 was referred to Judiciary Cormittee. Members present: McCarthy, Wicks, Slote, Ellwanger, Bucher, (proxy for Kronenbitter) DiNatale. Nonmember present: Thompson

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames '3. cMossgrabcr President of The Senate To: The members of the Senate From: Gregory Gates, President of the Senate Re: student Association Programming Commission I After a great deal of discussion.and thought pertaining to the Programming Commission, I have finalized its membership. Ms. Nancy Adams, from Moreland Hall, will chair the Commission. I am sure she will be able to provide us with tangible results. The other members of the Commission are: Steve Oates Riggs Hall Ken Kohberger Fifth Avenue, Oswego Rick Young Funnelle Hall David Mancuso Waterbury Hall Trigger Stout Onondaga Hall Senate Members: Bob Redlo Ann Kronenbitter P.P.B. Advisory Member: David Lochner Ms. Adams and myself will be getting the first meeting off the ground very shortly. If anyone has any comments or suggestions, they should see either Nancy or myself soon. HEWITT UNION e PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Prestdent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, January 30, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports Vice-president 6. Committee Reports Election Academic Affairs Rules Student Affairs Judiciary 7. Old Business Bill 94 Bill 95 Bill 98 Bill 100 Bill 101 8. Appropriation Bills Finance Committee Report Bill 103 9. New Business Bill 105 10. Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting 4 January 30, 1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:10 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Angell(sub-Mr. Reinford), Sen. Balaban (subMr. DiNatale), Sen. Grasso, Sen. Hanks, Sen. Kortmulder(subMr. Heagerty), Lissa, Sen. T.. Moore, Sen. Quackenbush(subMr. Shafer) Sen. Sachi, Sen. Smith, Mr. Stewart(sub-Mr. OIKeefe) Sen. Harmony moved to accept Bills 106 and 107 after Bill 101.(2nd by Jeff) The agenda was approved. Jeff requested that two spelling corrections be made in the minutes, and they were approved. Executive Reports In discussing the dinner problem Sen. Harmony moved that the on-campus senators eat at Cooper, and off-campus senators at Hewitt, pa2ed for by the S.A.. The motion carried.(2nd by Sen. Redlo) Vice-president Gates A read the resignation of Sen. Angell. After Sen. Angell's'ekplanation, on the second vote, the Senate accepted his resignation. Committee Re~orts "Election Sen. KszystLniak reported that: Sen. Riebling had sent letters -to the dorm councils asking th'at they replace their empfy seats in the Senate. Sen. Harmony will handle voting machines for general elections. All referendoms and constitutional amendments will be voted upon in cam?us elections. The committee meetings are Friday, at 3:30. Acadenic AffairsSen. Harmony reported that: Sen. Nelson will serve on the,ad~issions council faculty assembly. Sen. McCmormack will stay on the library council. The screening committee still lacks one person, Also, the new Political Seience requirements are; 6 hrs. in American Government, 6 hrs. in Comparative Politics E International Relations, 6 hrs. in Political Science Theory, 18 hrs. of electives, totalling 36 hrs. He then reissued his request for attendence of meetings,Tues., 3:30. RulesSen. Ellwanger explained that Bill 105 is only a change of date, and should be Bill 102. Student AffairsSen. Kronenbitter announced that the next mrneting, regarding pinball will be in Bud Heaps' office, Friday, at 3:30. JudiciarySen. Hann moved to accept the nomination of Miss Steele as Traffic Court Justice, which stimulated discussion of the parking situation. Sen. Cherson(2nd by Sen. Tompson) moved to table it for one week,this was defeated. Eventually, Sen. Hann's motion carried with 24-yes, 3-no, and 3 abs.. She also reported a future meeting at 7:30 Wednesday in the S.A. office to index past legislation and invited all to attend. Old Business Bill 94 Sen. Slote brought the Bill to the floor.(2nd by Sen. Harmony) -The veto was sustained with 9-yes, 22-no, and 1-abs.. Bill 99 was brought to the floor by Sen. Tompson.(2nd by Sen. RedloIThe Chair Is ruling that it is unnecessary for President Burton to send his objections to a bill to the Senate was challenged by SEn. Harmony. After i.nvestigation, the challenge was removed. Sen. Anne Moore requested that people in special offices clerify the fact that they are in an unofficial

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capacity, when re?ortrng to tne sena~e as sucri. I L wds su Lc;U. veto was sustained with 20-yes, 11-no, labs.. 'Two motions were entertained by Jeff and Sen. Redlo to reconsider, both were defeated. Eric (2nd by Sen. Faulter) asked for a Special Order of the Day, moving Bill 95 to after Bill 100 on the agenda. It carried. ,Bill 98 Sen. Slote sponsored the bill and it was passed unanimously, 30-yes. Bill 100 wassbrought to the floor by Mr. DiNatale and it was friendly amended to be sent to the Faculty Assembly and Vice-president Robinson. Sen. Ellwanger(2nd by Sen. Bucher) moved to refer it to Student Affairs. It carried with 16-yes, 13-no. Bill 95 Sen. Tompson sponsored the bill, and after a friendly amendment omitting section 2, it was tabled for one week by a hand vote. Bill 101 with its previous sponsorship withdrawn, Mr. Shafer now sponsors it, and Sen. Harmoney brought it to the floor.(2nd by Sen. Slote) Sen. Slote then moved to table until May-1, 1973. It was noted in the calender. Bill 106 Sen. HarmonyY(2nd by Sen. Kszyskiniak) brought it to the floor and an amendment providing for the reversal of funding was p170posed by Sen. Redlo.(2nd by Sen. Cherson) $3,000 to the Reserve, and $2,000 to the Program Fund. Also the initial sum-of $500 will come from the Program Fund as p?oposed by .Sen. DiNatale.(2nd by Mr. Shafer) An addition to the last sentence reads; "Reports once every month shall come from an expert or someone else involved in the study starting the 2nd week in February. The bill carried, with all previous amendments with 24-yes, 2-abs.. Bill 107 Winnie introduced the bill.(2nd by Sen. Melech) Mr. Martin's notion to refer it to the Finance Committee was defeated. The bill then carried with 23-yes, 2-no. 9. ,I Sen. Riebling (2nd by Sen. McCarthy) moved for a Special 'order of the Day to immediately discuss Resolution 20 and Mr. DiNatale put it on the floor. (2nd by Sen. Riebling) Friendly Amendments changed the Resoltuion to read .lfstands firmly againstff and added an invitation to visit S.U.C.O. to exchange ideas, etc. The Resolution with a Division of the House, carried 20-yes, 1-no, labs. Appropriation Bills Finance Committee Report Mr. Martin explained the committee meeting minutes. Sen. Ellwanger moved to accept,(2nd by Sen. Riebling) and the motion carried<: Bill 103 Mr. DiNatale brought the bill to the floor (2nd by Sen. Riebling) Mr. Martin propo.sed to amend the bill as follows; the allocation for advertisement be omitted. All S.A. nenbers get in free and any monies earned will be returned to the treasury. The motion carried with 23-yes votes. The bill carried as amended, 19-yes, 3-no. 1-abs. New Business Bill 105-n. Ellwanger brought it to the floor. (2nd by Mr. DiNatale) A friendly amendment changed the date to February 15th and the bill carried, 22-yes. Sen. Slote moved to adjourn. (2nd by Sen. Ellwanger) The motion carried. The Senate stood adjourned at 10:05 p.m.. The Senate was called to order for an emergency meeting at 4:40, Feb.2, 1973. Jeff moved to hold a campus wide referendom as to Bill 96. These friendly amendments were accepted ; that a copy of the bill be included, there will be 3 questions dealing with ;(Do you think the mandatory phys. ed. requirements 4. ~ould be abolished? Do you approve of the Senate's actions? (bill 96)Do you nave any other suggestions or comments?.)$25 be allocat~d from the treasury for costs with the understanding that all unused monies be returned.Bal1otting will take place in the dining halls and the union each Senator is responsible for informing his own constituency. The voting will take place on Feb. 12. The ~ili was passed unanimously with 21-yes. The senate stood adjourned at 5:40

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Senators ) ~t; ~ust'ice Bill 103 105 94 -99 sider si kr Mr. Reinford Sen. Bucher Mr. DiNatale Sen. Cherson Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Faulter Sen. Gaustad Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hann Mr. Lochner Ms. Heilig Mr. Heagerty Sen. Kszystiniak Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Melech Sen. McCarthy Sen. McCornack Sen. A. Moore Sen. Nelson Mr. Shafer Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Mr. Schifferli Sen. SLote Eric Gary Mr. O'keefe Sen. Thompson Jeff Mr. Martin MissDieli Miss McDonough Y Y Y Y Y n n n Y n n n Y n Y Y Y n n n Y n n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y n n n n y. n Y Y Y Y Y n n n Y n n n y. n Y Y Y n n Y Y abs n n n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n n Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y n abs abs Y n n n Y n n Y n n Y Y Y n Y Y n n Y Y n n n Y Y n Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y abs n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y n Y n abs n Y Y abs n Y n n n n Y n n n abs Y Y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ahs Y n Y Y abs

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Finance Committee Minutes 1/23/73 The Finance Committee commenced with members present: Hann, DiNatale, Cherson, Martin, Director of Finance Philip Lamkay, Assistant to Director of Finance Ed Falco. I.: Charles DiNatale was welcomed bark to the committee after a short retirement. TI. Student Art League Representative: Bond Shaw Request: $76.00 Discussion: On February 4, 1973, the Student Art League wishes to sponsor the second art show in their series of shows promoting student talent. The event will be held in the student gallery in Tyler Hall. The committee felt that the show was a good medium on which to express student creativeness pd ta2ent. The show will host four student artists. Refreshments are to be provided on the opening day to help emphasize the new show and to help to induce students to visit the exhibit. Recommendation: The committee felt that the League should be funded with the following recommendations: Original Tacks .$ 2.00 Wire 4.00 Nails 3.00 Hooks 3.00 Illustration board and construction papzr 9.00 Advertisements and refreshments 55.00 at ion ale: The advertisement (posters) was lowered $10.00 to match the cost of their first show. 2: Note: The Art League already has $16.39 in their account so the adjusted total is $49.61. 111. Judo Club -Representative: Steven Schwartz Request: $455.00 Discussion: The Judo Club wishes to Judo Tournament-on Feb. 11, noon until The Tournament is designed to give the experience in viewing and working on a Vote: 5-0-0 sponsor a Senior Men's 10 p.m. in Laker Hall. students on campus Judo Tournament. The club feels that the tournament will round out their club's activities for the year. Of special interest is the head official of the tournament who will be Dr. Oshida, who holds a sixth degree black belt. Anadmission charge of $.50 will be levied on all non-SA members. Allcontestants will pay a $3.00 entry fee. Recommendation:

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Finance Committee Minutes cont. Recommendation: : Original nine trophies USJF sanction USJF and AAU Registration Advertisement Refreshments Officials Rule 'book Mailings Janit rial fees P Recommended ok ok ok delete ok ok ok ok ok I Total $455.00 $415.00 It is also recommended that all SA card holders gain admission free and that all proceeds go back into the SA Treasury. Rationale: The $40.00 fee was to be used for an ad in the OSWEGONIAN. We feel that they would be better off having an article written about the Tournament which could appear in the paper without cost. Vote 5-0-0 Rules Committee Minutes 1/29/73 Those present: Ellwanger, McCarthy, Slote, Kronenbitter, Bucher, Wicks, Hann Agenda approved as stands: Old Business: Bill 94 Food Coop Bill 95 Ethnic minorities branch of P.P.B. Bill 98 Shuttle bus Bill 101 thankful weather New Business: Bill 103 (Judo Club $450.90 Bill 100 parking lots Bill 105 change of date of Bill 97 Dr. Rock was supposed'to appear at the meeting tonight. However, his office called and asked to remove him from the agenda. Student Affairs Committee Plinutes 1/ /73 Student Affairs will be meeting on Friday at 3:30 in room 201.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 S~cg~~ji d. Gates I'res~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, January 30, 1973 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Report(s1 Committee Reports A. Judiciary B. Student kffairs C. Rules D. --_Academic Affairs E. Election Old Business Bill 95 New Business Bill 110 Bill 111 Bill 112 Bill 113 Appropriation Bills Finance Report Bill 114 Bill 115 Bill 116 Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association Stat2 University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 2qth Senate Meeting .4 February 6, 1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 p.m. Senators not present were:Sen. Balaban(sub-Mr. DiNatale), Sen. Grasso, Sen. Greenstein(sub-Miss Randelman), Sen. Hanks, Lissa, Sen. T. Moore Gsub-Miss Seiden), Sen. Smith, Sen. Sachi, Mr. Stewart(sub-Mr. O'Keefe), Mr. Martin(sub-Miss Roman), Miss McDonough Mr. DiNatale moved to amrnend the agenda (2nd by Sen. Harmony) to make Bill 120 after 113, it carried and the agenda was approved. Sen. Melech moved to approve the minutes(2nd by Sen. Kszystiniak), it carried. Jeff requested that a copy of Bill 110 be included in the packet next week. Executive Reports Vice-President Gates read the resignation of Sen. Tom Moore, Sen. Harmony moved to approve it (2nd by Sen. Redl.01, the motion carried. He then offered an invitation to anyone who wants to play BROOPA HOCKEY to sign up in the S.A. office.liIr. Gates read a memorandum regarding the new committee structure reorganization plan. Committee Reports Judiciary Sen. Hann noved to accept the nomination of Leon Brewer to the S.A. Jpreme Court.(2nd by Sen. Harmony). It carried, 22-yes, 4-no, 3abs. Jeff then challenged the chair as to Sen. Thompson's germain-ness but it was deafeated. The chair then stated "Sen. Thompson, you have been shut up! 'I Student Affairs Sen. Kronenbitter snnounced that; the summer session dates have been set, the committee will begin course request fcrrns soon, the newspaper wi?lL be out in March, and that Bill 101 is still under investigation. She went on to include that senior week is being worked on,and a moment of thanks to Senat~r: Ellwanger and DiNatale, for their help.She then explained why pin ball profits can't be refunded to S.A.. The next meeting will be on Friday, zt 3:30.Sen. Redlo added that the Free University is underway, asking senators to spread thz word. Rules Sen. Ellwanger reported that Bill 117 was taken off the agenda, under $300. 'Academic Affairs Sen. Harmony recomended Sen. Cherson, Sen. McCormack, Chris Pelkey, for the screening committee, they were appointed by hand The next meeting will be Tuesday at 3:30. being and vote. Old Business Bill 96 Sen. Melech (2nd-Mr. DiNatale), braught it to the floor, and Sen. Ellw'3n::. .n2-~eff) moved to table for 1 week. the motion carried. Bill 95 Sen. Thompson brought it to the floor.(2ndJeff), and accepted many friendly amendments; Section 1, the word Ethinic to be changed to Racial. and at the end of that sentence: -to include, Latin Americans, Native Americans, Orientals, and. Asian Sub-Continentals. Sectlcn 2 to read 5 new positio~s, and including a clause as follows; To be filled by one of each of the above 'stioned.. It was noted that the Press secretary will handle publicTty. The motion carried with 15-yes, 13n0, 2 a.hs.Specia1 Orders of the Day were requested by Sen. Kszystiniak (2nd-Sen. Fauiter) for 113' and 116 next. It carr.!.eci. New Business Bill 113 Sen. Kszystinjak moved for discus.;ion. (2nd-Eric) Eric moved to TolYLi but it was defeated. Sen. Thoiilpson proposed an amendment to read; In the event

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2._l.c;.z:::-?l'.eL!.c f1;nC.y z.re ::sozen, fhc7: 22-l iit"l:.!?!.c Con':lr!,oinc?-es 3e %?oz.-.r;?.?..J-. (Al) it can-ied. Then, Eliot propscd thdt $265. be alloted to ,SA?l from the Prog13arn Fund, A2 was deafeated. Then, Sen. Cherson asked to amend the amount to $80 (2nd-Eric), ... A3 also defeated. The Bill carried, 15-yes, 14-no, labs. Bill 116 Sen. Hann (2nd-Sen. Cherson) brought it on the floor, it carried with 27-yes, 1-no, 2-abs. ail1 114 sen.. Hann put the bill on the floor.(2nd-Mr. Schifferli). Mr. Schifferl' poposed to ammend the bill, adding that the necessary publicity be taken care bf, and that it be put on the calendar of events in the Oswegonian. it ca.rried. The Bill carried as amended with 23-yes. Bill 115 Sen. Hann put it on the floor.(2nd-Mr. Schifferli) Sen. Redlo moved to ammend as follows; that $250 be allocated to SAM for the purpose of stapting a Fund He then withdrew his motion.' Sen. Hann asked to amend it to $277.50. It carried with 23-yes, 2-abs. Then the bill carried as amended, 22-yes, 2-abs. Bill 110 Sen. Hann put the bill on the floor.(2nd-Sen. Harmony) Friendly amendments were accepted,; Sec. 1 to read 9A.M. and 7P.M., Sec. 4.The votes will be taken by a whole tally and made available to those who wish it. Sen. Harmonv withdrew his sponsorship, but Sen. Kedlo accepted it. The Bill was passed as amended with i7-yes, 1-no, 4-abs. Mr. DiNatale suggested that a special meeting be called on Thursday, Feb. 8, at 5:00, for the purpose of successful dialogue. Bill 111 Sen. Harmony. introduced the bill.(2nd-miss Heilig). It carried, after .discussion wi-th 21-yes, 2-no, labs. Bill 112 The bill was introduced by Sen. Harmony.(2nd-Mr. DiNatale). 4 friendly amendments were accepted: 1.) There will be a non voting ex-officio representative from the court to serve in an advisory capacity. 2.) There will be 2 'non-voting ex-officio representatives from the Judiciary Committee to serve in advisory capacity.. 3.) Maria Curry be sticken from the list. 4.) wording changed to,Itpunch clock by one of the.." Sen. Kedlo proposed to ammend to read if 19 members hzve not been elected by March 1 the convention will be started, and more members can be added up until. I'larch 15. This carried, 19-yes ,4-abs. The bill carri-ed as amended, with 21--yes, 2-abs. &ill 120 Mr. Schifferli introduced this bill to the Senate.(2nd-Sen. Redlo) .?. DiNatale moved to table it for one week to Judiciary Committee for a better interpretation of section c. A hand vote carried the motion. Sen. Harmony moved to adjourn,(2nd-Mr. DiNatale), and the Senate stood adjourned at 10:40 p.m..

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Finance Committee Minutes 2/1/73 The Finance Committee commenced with members present: Hann, DiNatale, 'Cherson, Falco, Nelson, Martin. German Club Representative: Rebecca Cowles Request: $140.00 Discussion: On March 1 and on March 15, the German Club wishes to show a two part movie entitled ~uddenbrooks. m his movieis a version of Thomas Mann's prize winning novel. It relates the story of a German family hynasty inthe socFal era. The German Club felt that this movie would promote better understanding through visual aids of the German language, and that it would also provide an opportunity for literature students of any language the chance to see this nobel-prize winning work by Thomas Mann. Recommendation: The Finance Cornittee felt this request was responsjble andashould be funded in full itemized as follows: PaPt I $65.00 Part I1 $65.00 Handling charges $?.0.00 Vote 6-0-0 Sheldon Forensics Representative: Bob Nesbitt ~equest: $774.90 , Discussion: The debate club during the second semester wishes to attend four debating tournaments: (1) Feb. 23 and 24 at American University, D.C. 5 people attending; (2) March 9 and 10 Muhlengerg-Allento~n, Pa. 3 people attending; (3 ) March 30 and 31, Cortland 3 people attending; (4) April 13 and 14, St. Lawrence 5 people attending. The debate club felt that these tournaments were a great asset to SUCO. They not only peovide intellectual development, and deSati.ng experience for SUCO students, but they also promote SUCO1s reputation as a school of higher learning. Recommendation: The committee felt that the debate club and these tournaments are a definite asset to our school. Tile request is reasonable and it was itemized correctly. The Committee recommended financing in full. ( Itemization to appear on bill). Vote 6-0-0 Italian Club Representative: Prof. Maria L. Romeo Request: $600.55 Discussion: The Italian Club wishes during the second semester to show seven films (listed below). The Club felt that these movies (in Italian with English subtitles) offer a stimulating and educational opportunity to the language students. Expected attendance based on last year's experience is over 200 people. The Club said that the first selection, 'I1 Mafiosof1, is being shown again this semester since Professor L. Iouza has requested it again so that his students in the crime class (150-175) will be assigned to see it as a class preparation. Recommendation: The Finance Committee has felt in the past and still strongly that the requests from the language clubs are grossly over-inflated. Thecommittee does feel that the programs are of a cultural value,but we feel that the program fund cannot handle the ever rising requests from all the language clubs. We

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feel that the request-s should be kept in proportion to the demand on the campus and to the supply to funds. Original % Feb. 6 I1 Mafioso Feb. 13 Seduced and Abandoned 75.00 Feb. 20 La Madragola 75.00 Feb. 27 The Tenth Victim 65.00 April 12 The Gospel Accord. to St. Matthew 125.00 Apr. 19 Lets Talk About Women 55.00 Mav 1 Juliet of the Spirits 110.00 ~rdjectionist and ~dvertise. 100.00 TOTAL $655.00 Proposed 3eliete Ok Ok Delete Ok Delete Ok $ 55.00 $365.00 Rationale: The monies were cut according to the club's preferences. The projectionist was cut from $50 to $30 due to the fact he was showing fewer: films. The advertisement was cut to reflect a more reasonable*price: Also, "Seduced and Abandoned'' is coming out of their first semester's budget. Vote 6-0-0 IV. Italian Club Representative: Prof. Romeo ~equest: $320.00 Discussion: On February 19, 1973, in Hewitt Union, the Italian Club wishes to present a lecture by Professor Gino Rizzo, Prof. Gino Rizzo is an internationally acclaimed scholar and critic of Pirandello. He is President of the Firandello Society and Professor of Italian at Graduate Center, City University of New York. He is the author of several books on Pirandello, his theatre, and its'influence on the French theatre. The title of his lecture will be "The Influence of PLrandello on Xodern Theatre". His presentation will touch upon the theatre of all Western Europe as well as the U.S. The club felt that such a lecturer will be of benefit to the language students, English majors, Speechand Theatre majors, and to the college as a whole. Recommendation: Sponsoring of this lecturer by other college organizations was turned down first semester due to their lack of funds. The Committee felt that this lectureer would benefit all the language clubs and should be funded in full itemized as follows : Honorarium $250 .OO Transportation 50.00 Room (1 night Total Vote 6-1-0 V. French Club Representative: Jane Drake Request: $130.59 Discussion: During the second semester the French club wishes to sponsor four feature length films and three shorts. The three short films are to be shown on the same dates as the long films. The Club felt that these French movies with English subtitles are a good medium on which to further their knowledge of the French language. Also, the Club is showing one films this 4 semester paid for out of last semester's budget.

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Movie: Pastoral Symphony $ 56.00 Les Liaisons Dangeureuses 58.50 The Girl with Golden Eyes 58.50 Joachim's Dictionary 11.00 Contro-Pied 10.00 The Fish Teacher Publicity Total Adjusted Total $130.59 -.Recommendations: The Committee feels that the request is responsible and recommends funding in full. The adjusted total reflects the I~alance of $83.41 left in their account from last semester and subtracted from this semester's request. Vote 6-0-0 Rules committee Minates Present: Slote, Ellwanger, McCarthy, Wicks, DiNatale, Kronenbitter, Harmony, Hann, Angell, Martin Agenda approved: Bill 109 $3,680 SASU tabled to Finance as requested by author 110addition to Bill 108 for hours 111 day care center 112 Constitutional Convention 113 Athletic Reserve 114 Italian Club speaker $320 115 Italian Club movies $655 116 Sheldon Forensics $774.90 117 French Club $327.50 118 Senator's SA fees refunded referred to Judiciary 3-2 Executive Action on Le~islation Bill #96 .concerning the freeze on money to athleticsvetoed by the President. Bill #lo2 concerning condemning the Oswego Police Dept. Became law after 10 days.

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (S~cgory A. Gates I'res~dent of The Senate Student_.Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 28th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, February 13, 1973 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports Committee Reports A. Internal Operations B. Judiciary and Constitutional Revision C. College Affairs D. Ways and Means Old Business : Bill #96 Bill #120 New Business: Bill H12T Bill #122 Adjournment

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Student Association St.ate University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 28th Senate Meeting '4 February 13, 1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Balaban(subMr. Hinkle), Sen. Ellwanger (sub-Miss Comer), Sen. Hanks, Sen. Kortmulder, Sen. Kronenbitter(sub-Mr Mossgraber), Sen. T.Moore(sub-Mr. Parker), Sen. Sachi, ':Hr. Schifferli (subMr. Bandte), Gary, Mr. Stewart(sub-Mr. O'Keefe), Ms. Dieli(subMs. Charette). Sen. Harmony (2nd-Jeff) to amend the agenda to make Bill 121 after Bill 122, and that it be changed to Resolution 21. It carried, the agenda was approved, Sen. Harmony moved to.approve the minutes(2nd-Sen. Kszystiniak), it carried. Executive Reports Sen. Thom~son resented a letter to David Leonard, readinn as follows: Due to your l>ck ok cooperation, blatant dishonesty, and general attitude towards the Senate, we hereby request your resignation as Editor in Chief of the Oswegonian. Senators were invited to sign. Vice-Pres. Gates reported on the add-drop policy, explaining the three recomendations made by the Faculty Assembly. He then gave some explanations for the vetoing of Bills 98 and 95, and the handling of Bill 112. Sen. slote -wed to amend the agenda putting bill 98 after 120,(2nd-Jeff), it carried. also warned that those senators not serving on committees will soon be appointed to one by himself. Sen. Harmony moved to approve the nomination of Sen. Riebling to the SAVAC Board of Directors (2nd-Sen. Kszystiniak), it carried. Committee Reports Internal Operations Sen. Harmony reported that no Bills were referred Judiciarv and Constitutional REvision Sen. Hann asked to comment later J College Affairs Sen. Harmony reported that they are still deciding on the Faculty .Evaluationan3 invited all interested to attend ways and Means Mr. arti in reported that $105.27 was allocated to the computer elub .Sen. Kszystiniak moved to approve the Finance Committee minutes(2ndSen. Harmony) but Sen". Redlo asked to amen:d it to include that the alloting of $295 to SAM was discussed.(2nd-Sen. Thompson). The amendment, and then the minutes were approved. Old Business Bill 96 Sen. Cherson brought the bill to the floor(2nd-Sen. Kszystiniak), it was sustained, 17-yes, 19-no, 3-abs. Sen. Redlo moved to censure Tom Burton, however, after discussion, the motion was-withdrawn. At 6:30 the senate recessed for one hour, for dinner. Bill 120 Sen. Faulter(2nd-Sen. Quackenbush) brought it up for discussion. The bill was friendly amended, changing sec c. to cec b., and including a new clause to read as follows.; Be it further enacted that: (previously 4?ction b.) Being absent from three consecutive committee meetings of the ,dme committee, without good excuse(to be decided by the senate) would result in expelsion from that committee. It carried, 21-yes, 3-no-. Mr. Borenstein then addressed the senate on SASU. Sen. Hann moved for Special Orders the Day to consider Bill 109 next and it carried.

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Zen. Harmony put it on the flowr (2nd-Sen. Hann). A friendly amendment reduced the amount to $3,000, and the hill carried, with 24-yes, 1-no, 1-abs. Sen. Cherson moved fm a Special Order of the Day, to make 123 next.(2nd-Jeff) Sen. Melech put it on the floor(2nd-Sen. Redlo), Sen. Cherson moved to table. %?nd-Faulter). It carried. -2n. Slote move for another Special Oreder of the Day to make Resolution 22 after Bill 98 and it carried. Bill 98 Sen. Slote(2nd-Mr. Rainford) put it on the floor, 'the veto was sustained, with, 18-yes, 3-no, 3-abs. Resolution 22 Sen. ~lote(6en. Harmony) put it on the floor. A friendly mendhent was accepted to insert Gibson Bus Service, for the purpose of clerification. It carried unanimously with 21yes. Bill 122 Mr. Mossgraber introduced the bill, and Senator Harmony offered a second. Then Mr. Mossgraber moved to refer to Internal Operations Eommittee. (2nd-Sen. ~ann) It carried. Resolution 21 Sen. Hann introduced this time, (Sen. Harmony gave a 2nd). 4 friendly amendment deleted :" andshall be gaanted a speaking seat in the Senate. Yr. eainford moved to adjourn(2nd by Mr. Mossgraber), it carried and the Senate stood adjourned at 10:OO p.m. Bill96 Bill120 Bill109 Bill98 Res. 22 Res. 21 r. Rainford n Y Y Y Y Y r. Hinkle en. Cherson iss Comer m. Faulter en. Gaustad -I. Grasso .I. Greenstein en. Hanks en. Hann In. Harmony iss Heilig en. Kszystiniak r Mossgraber an. Melech en. McCarthy Zn. McCormack sn. Moore r. Parker ?-n. Nelson a. Quakenbush en. Redlo en. Riebling r. Brandte En. Slote ric r. OIKeefe 2f f en. Bucher 3. Charette iss McDonough -. Thompson -s Roman

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Internal Operations Committee Present were: McCarthy, Harmony, Riebling, Martin, Bucher, and substituting for Chairman Ellwanger, DiNatale. There were no bills referred. It was a great meeting. Senate Ways and Means Committee The Ways and Means Committee met with members present: Hann, Cherson, Falco, Nelson, and Martin. I. Computer Science Club Requekt: $168.92 Representative: Ken Shapiro Discu sion: The Computer Science Club is a relatively new club orrried second semester last year. They spent the first semester this year organiz ing their club, so Senate funding was not required. This is their first time appearing before Senate for funding. The club second semester wishes to have speakers, show movies, and start a small computer science library in the basement of the Administration Building. Recommendations: Original Proposed Office supplies $ 49.40 $ 49.40 Evaluationof con. sci. faculty 4.92 4.92 Movies 10.00 10 .OO Speakers .00 Delete Computer manuals 40.00 40.00 Robert's Rules of Order 4.60 .95 Total $168.92 $105.27 Rationale: The Committee felt that if the Club wanted a copy of Robert's Rules of Order, they would be better off with the paper back edition at a lower cost. Also, we deleted the speakers because definite dates and costs had not been determined yet. The club was invited back at sucha time when they had definlte costs and dates. 11. SASU Dues Request: $3,680.00 Representatives: Thomas Burton, Gregory Gates Discussion: Ciscussion is deleted from this section due to the fact a representative from SASU will be open for discussion during t?~e Senate Xeeting. Recommendations: The \days and Means Corninittee felt that the $3,680.00 (the dues for the whole year) was too high a mice to pay fop -just a half vear. We asked for an adjusted sum. SASU came back with the figure of $3,000.00. SASU claims that most of their expenses occur during the second semester due to the fact that the legislatu~~e is now in session.

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The committee felt that the $3,000.00 was still too high, but they reconmended funding the $3,000.00. The Ways and Means committee feels that we do need a State-Nide Bargaining Agent. The Ways and Means Committee also recommends that the $3,000.00 be taken out of the legal aids fund. Programming Commission There have been two meetings of the Programming Commission to this date. Work is being completed on a questionnaire to be sent out to a random sampling of approximately 2,000 students. These questionnaires should be mailed out within the next two weeks. Individual conferences with approximately thirty students, randomly selected, will serve as a follow-up to the survey. More specific questions concerning programming will be discussed at these conferences. Nancy Adams, Chairperson Programming Commission REFERENDUPI RESULTS. Question #l Yes No Hewitt Union 214 3 7 question 82 Yes No 14 9 9 7 zathf inder 446 105 266 2 7 7 Littlepage 516 117 290 3 4 3 Cooper 2 2 2 89 105 203 Lakeside 423. 19 2 201 293 TOTAL 2095 586 1102 1355 Percentage 78% 22% 44% 56% 3ill #ill Bill #lo3 *Sill #lo6 Bill #lo7 Bill #113 *Eill $114 Bill #I15 Bill #I16 Executive Action on Legislation dav care center signed into. law ~udo Club signed into law Food Co-op signed into law Women for a New World signed into law Indoor Track Italian Club speaker signed into law Italian Club movies signed into law Sheldon Forensics signed into law

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory d. Sia tes Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 29tq Senate Meeting I Senate Agenda I Tuesday, February 20, 1973 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports Mr. Charles DiNatale Committee Reports Judiciarv and Constitutional Revision College ~f f airs Internal Operations Ways and Means Old Business Bill 93 Bill 95 Bill 123 Bill 125 Bill 126 Adjournment HEW177 UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session ath senate Meeting a9 Ferbruary 20, 197 3 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:20 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. Smith, Sen. Grasso, Sen. Hanks, Sen. McCormack (subMr. Lochner), Sen. Moore, Sen. Nelson (sub-Mr. Spears), Sen. Stevenson, Ms. Dieli (subMs. Charette) Sen. Harmony moved to amend the agenda to make bill 127 after 126,(2nd by Sen. Redlo). Sen. Thompson moved to amend the agenda to put hill 125 before bill 124, and to bring bill 47 out of committee and bring it to the floor after' bill 123.(2ndSen. Redlo). Both motions carried and the amended agenda was approved. I Sen. Kszystpniak moved to approve the minutes,(2nd-Sen. Harmony), it carried. Executive Reports Sen. Sachi apologized for and explained his long absence from Senate meetings. Vice-president Gates asked that all bills being submitted to the Senate be handed in by 3:00 on Monday afternoon, in order to come up that weeek. He then explained that senators would now have to pick up packets in their mail boxes before the meeting, and that there will be few extra packets. At 6:15 the Senate recessed for 65 minutes. When the meeting was called to order Sen. Kszystyniak moved to discuss the memo from President Burton, (2nd-Mr. Schifferli). Sen. Cherson called for a Special Order of the Day to consider Bill 126 immediately, asking to table the memo until bill 126 had been dealt with. (2nd-Sen. Redlo), and it carried. Sen. Cherson then introduced the bill, (2nd-Sen. Kszystyniak)and after much disucssion and suggested amendments, the Chair ruled this bill unconstitutional. Sen. Cherson challenged the Chair's ruling, (2nd-Redlo). After a lengthy discussion the Chair was sustained with 14-yes, 13-no, 1-abs. Sen. REdlo moved to Pecess for five minutes,(2nd-Sen. Wickes), the motion carried. After the meeting was again called to order, Hr:,..Rainford moved to approve President Burton's memo.(2nd-Sen. Balaban) A rider was tacked on by general concensus reading," These appointments are only temporary, until March 15, 1973 at which time new provisions will be made." The appointments, with the rider, was approved. Mr. DiNatale spoke on the negative and disrupt?ue characteristics and attitudes of the senators, as a body, asking them to consider his observations. Committee Reports Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Sen. Kszystyniak announced that there will be a meeting Friday at 3:30 to discuss spring elections,in the restaurant. College Affairs Sen. armo on^ reported on the'new numbering system that the Facultv Assemblv as ado~ted for courses. and asked the senators to ask their consti%uencies if they >ant a faculty evaluation. The next meeting will be Tuesday at 3:30. He then announced that Professor I~ri~~o,-Van Schaack.,. and Pankin have been appointed to the Mediation Board. Internal Operatiens Sen. Ellwanger explained the committe minufes. Ways and Means Mr. Martin explained the minutes, and they were approved. Old Business Bill 93 was not dealt with, as it was left out of the packet Bill 95 Sen. Slate introduced the bill (2nd-Sen. Thompson), and a

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was made to table until the President gave an' explanation for his veto, or for one week be Sen. Wickes, (2ndSen. Redlo). It carried. Bill 123 Sen. Cherson brought the bill up for discussion(2nd-Mr. Lochner) and Sen. Cherson added friendly amendments making provisions that, the Board of Directors would be replaced by a 9 man Board elected by all the students, with a rotating chair, with varying responsibilities, at the earliest convenience for everyone. Then Sen. Stamm proposed a formal amendment as the following: in paragraph 2, "Senate of" and "branch of" shall be stricken. In paragraph 5, "Senate" shall be changed to the Student Association. In paragraph 6, a clause was included so that it will read, "individual Senators, and the executive has abused his powers, they can no longer uphold their oath to serve the students, thus causing the : Student Association...". Then, a new paragraph, reading: "Whereas, governments take power based on force and oppress people, and whereas, governments in the past have shown their incapability of existing without creating violence and oppression, Be it enacted : That the Student Association, upon passage of this bill, shall no longer exist." The resk of the bill will be disregarded. .(2nd-Sen. Thompson). The motion (Al) was defeated with 7-yes, 16-no, and 2-abs. Then Mr. DiNatale proposed to amend as following: The 9 man Board would be replaced by a 10 member Board of directors, including the previous 6 committee chairmen, ;which would in effect be chang-ing the Senate, and not abolishing it. This (A2) amendment carried, by a vote of 16-yes, and 10-no. Then the bill as amended was defeated with 3-yes, and 23-no votes. Sen. Wickes moved to adjourn(2nd Sen. Stamm) it carried and the Senate stood-!adjourned at 9:55 p.m.. (Ruling of Chair) A1 A2 Dof H Bill 123 Mr. Rainford Sen. Balaban Sen. Cherson Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Faulter Sen. Gaustad Sen. Greenstein Sen. Hann Sen. Harmony Miss Heilig Sen. Kortmulder Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Kszystyniak Sen. Melech Sen. McCarthy Mr. Lochner Miss Seidon Mr. Spears Sen. Quackenbush Sen. Redlo Sen. Riebling Sen. Sachi Mr. Schifferli Sen. Slote Sen. Stamm Mr. Murphy Sen. Wickes Sen. Bucher Miss Roman Ms. Cha~ette Miss McDonough Sen. Thompson abs Y n Y Y Y n Y abs ans n n Y abs n Y n Y Y n Y Y Y n n Y n Y ahs n Y n Y Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y n Y Y abs n Y n Y n Y n n Y n n n n n DofH Y Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y n Y Y abs n 'Y n Y n n n Y n n Y n n n n n Dof H 11 n Y n n n n n n Y n Y n Y n Y n abs Y n n abs Y Y Y n Y Y n n Y n Y Y Y n Y Y abs n Y n n n Y abs n

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 %hornas %. %uston President February 20, 1973 MEMO TO: Student Association Senate FROM: President Thomas H. Burto d$ RE: S .A. S. U. Delegate ~~~ointme~ In reviewing the list of possible delegates to S.A.S.U., I have found these two individuals, besides myself, to be best qualified to serve as delegates to S.A.S.U. Therefore, it is my pleasure to appoint Gregory Gates and James Mossgraber as S.A.S.U. delegates. The reasons for these choices are obvious. Mr. Mossgraber has been long associated with S.A.S.U., beginning with its origin under the Peter Zirnmerman administration and carrying through to his recent tenure of office as Vice-president, when his relationship with S.A.S.U. was one of close contact and knowledge. I can think of no one who better understands both S.A.S.U. and Oswego so as to gain for us the most benefit. Mr. Gates has also known and been associated with S.A.S.U. since before his election to the Senate last year. He was, as you will recall, one of the senators sent to the conference at Binghamton in October. His knowledge of S.A.S.U. is impressive also, as he has been keeping abreast of all developments in the areacof state-wide student government. Furthermore, as far as Senate input is concerned, I can think of no one better than a former senator and the now President of the Senate. Please keep in mind that there is a legislative conference in Albany this weekend which necessitates swift action on these appointments, if Oswego wants to be represented and voting. Also, this will probably be the last or next to the last meeting of S.A.S.U. before the current administration and school year expires. That is to say that these appointments are not of an extremely permanent nature. In closing, please look favorably on these appointments and act with all possible speed so we do not suffer this weekend. Thank you for your time and effort. HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Ways and Means Committee Present were: Hann, DiNatale, Cherson, Nelson, Falco, Martin :. Record Pusher Request: $500.00 Dicussion: The bill was tabled for one week 6-0-0 Student NYSTA Request: $95.68 Discussion: The Student ~e& York State Teachers Association is here for their first request of the year. They need office supplies to keep their club operational and they also need monies to send notices to their club members notifying the members of meeting times and club information. (Note: The postage is for off-campus members, on-campus members receive their notices through campus mail.) Recommendation: The Ways and Means Committee recommends financing in full to be itemized as follows: 3 reams of paper $ 4.68 20 ditto masters 1.00 postage for notices 48.00 office postage 7.00 postage for returned films 15.00 office supplies 10.00 new scrapbook and supplies ;.Student Action Movement Request: $295.00 Representative: Bob Redlo Discussion: The Student Action Movement wishes to sponsor two speakers at $125.00 each during the second semester. They also ,wish $50.00 for office supplies and postage and advertisement for the speakers. The club felt that the speakers would be a great asset to their club as well as roundout their second semester's activities Recommendations: The WEM Committee recommended funding in full. 4-2-0 r Italian Club i Request: Correctionof Bill 115 and Bill 114 Discussion: On bill 115 the itemization was correct for their movies, but the total was short $75.00. Also, on bill 114 to the Italian Club, the cost of advertising was not included ($13.75). It was miscopied from the original. The WEM Committee sincerely apolbgizes for these mistakes. They are inexcuseable and will not be repeated in the future. Recommendations: The WEM Committee recommends that the Italian Club be allotted $88.75 to correct for the errors on Bills 114 and 115. The next WEM Committee meeting: Thursday at $:45 in room 201, Hewitt~Union.

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Executive Action on Legislation Bill 95 concerning the "Racial Minorities Branch" of P.P.B.vetoed by the President. 2-13-73 Bill 98 concerning the shuttle bus service vetoed by the President (already acted on by Senate). 2-13-73 Bill 105 changing date of boycott became law after ten days Bills 108 and 110 concerning the referendum on Phys. Ed. signed into law by the President. Bill 112 Constitutional Convention signed into law by the President 2-13-73 Bill 109 dues for S.A.S.U. membership signed into law 2-19-73 Bill 120 grounds for removal from office signed j-nto law 2 -19-73 Internal Operations Committee Minutes i I Senators and Chairpersons present: Sen. Harmony, Sen. Kszvstiniak, Sen. Kron nbitter, Sen. Bucher, Sen. Wicks, Sen. Slote, Sen. Thompson, Mr. Gates, Mr. DiNatale, Mr. Martin, Sen. Ellwanger. The Commi f tee formulated the Agenda. Bill 122 has been withdrawn bu its,sponsor. A new bill, 127, which will be a revision of bill 122, is under investigation at this time. The Chairperson would like to formally charge that a list of referred legislation from all other committees be submitted to the Internal Operations Committee with a progress report on each within two weeks. I feel this is necessary since it is believed that several bills have been "lost" in various committees. Thank vou. College Affairs Committee Student Affairs 2-19-73 Those present: Brian Angell, Bob Redlo, Ann Kronenbitter, Louise Riebling Discussion Bill 93 pinball machines We discussed this bill with Bud Heaps. He said that this bill could not become operational because the profits from the pinball machines are returned to the Recreation Account of F.S.A. Also, the profits could not be returned to Student Association since S.A. does not spend any of its money in use of the machines. Bill 100 dealing with the parking lots Investigation is continuing. This bill is being sent to Faculty Assembly, hopefully for passage. Bill 118 "deep throat" Referred to Judiciary Committee to investigate any and all legal implications in the showing of this film. Senior Week work is being done for Senior Week. Any ideas or suggestions are welcome.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th,Senate Meeting I Senate Agenda Tuesday, February 27, 1973 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports Committee Reports Internal Affairs Judiciary and Constitutional Revision College Affairs Ways and Means Old Business Bill 93 Bill 95 Bill 124 Bill 125 Bill 127 New Business Resolution 21 Appropriation Bills To be announced Adjournment HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 I I Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:25 P.M. Senators not present: Sen. Balaban, Sen. Bucher (sub Miss Donoghue), Miss Dieli (sub-Miss Charette), Sen. Grasso, Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Sen. Gaustad, Sen. McCormack (sub-Mr. Lochner), Sen. Moore, Miss Roman, Sen. Smith, Sen. Stevenson (subMiss Barth). Sen. Slote mAved to amend the agenda to include Res. 24 after Res. 23, which was passed. He then moved to amend to put Bill #128 before Bill 93, whi~h was defeated. Sen. Ellwanger clarified that Res. 20 in the packet ahd 21 on the agenda was actually number 23. Sen. Cherson moved to place Res. 25 after 24. Bill 128 was placed before Res. 24 on the agenda. Sen. Thompson-_ move to amend, placing Bill 129 after Bill 128, which was approved. Sen. Ellwanger then numbered the Appropriations Bills, Bill 130 Art League; Bill 131 Philosophy Club; Bill 132 Rugby Club. The agenda then read: Old Business; New Business: Res. 23, Bill. 128, Bill 129, Res. 24, Res. 25, Bill 130, 131, and 132. Sen. Kszystyniak moved to approve the agenda, Sen. Faulter seconded, passed by hand vote. -'he minutes were approved after some discussion about the incorrect voting record in the Oswegonian. Sen. Kszystyniak moved to approve. Eric Stamm requested to be called Eric in the minutes. Sen. Cherson then called for Special Orders of the Day for Bill #46 concerning the wartax on telephone bills. It was then renumbered #133 and placed 129. The hand vote did not receive the two-thirds of the entire Senate required as determined by the Chair. Sen. Wicks then challenged ruling of the chair, and the chair was then overruled by a vote of 17-6. It was then determined that only two-thirds of the Senate present would be needed for Special Orders. Bill #133 was then placed on the agenda after Bill #129. Executive Reports: The Chair announced that Timothy OIShaughnessy had been recommended for the position of chairperson of the Constitutional Convention by the Vice-president. The Senate was requested to wait until the Vice-president's return to consider,this recommendation. It was also announced that the Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Committee recommends that Sen. McCarthy and Sen. Slote be the Senate's ex-officio members of the Constitutional Convention. Internal Affairs: Sen. Ellwanger spoke on the bills in committee and released from committee. She also pleaded for the members to attend the meetings. Judiciary and Constitutional Revision: Sen. Kszystyniak spoke on Spring elections, requesting that superviso~s be recommended to the committee. The next meeting will be 3:30 Friday in the Restaurant. -,allege Affairs: Sen. Harmony announced that Faculty Evaluation will oe conducted from April 23 to Maya Stress will be placed on those departments not evaluated in the fall. He also announced the possible introduction of two new programs one on environment and one on math and economics. Sen. Cherson added remarks about the Distinquished

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professorship Award-and asked for recommendations for the award. Student Affairs Sen. Kronenbitter reported that the committee has not set. She asked that any interested people should sign the sheet passed dround listing good times for meetings. She announced That Res. 23 was a result of Bill 100, reporting that after talking with Gary Durham, She discovered that Bill 100 would do no good, that tickets would still be given to students parking' in Faculty-Employee Parking Lots. She reported that this Resolution is supported by Durham. The time and place of the next meeting will be put on the mailboxes. Ways and Means Sen. Nelson reported on the minutes. Sen. Nelson moved to accept that minutes, Sen. Kszystyniak seconded. Sen. Redlo announced that S.A.M.'s speakers would not be announced until the publicity was released. Sen. Cherson announced that there was a vacancy on the committee, as he was no longer a member. The W E M minutes were then passed. Bill 93 Introduced by Sen. Harmony, seconded by Sen. Thompson~ Sen. Kronenbitter reported her conversation with Bud Heaps. Sen. Thompson then withdrew his bill. Bill 95 Introduced by Sen. Harmony, seconded by Sen. Wicks. This bill was tabled until the end of the meeting, when Pres. Burton would be there to explain his veto. Sen. Harmony moved to recess for 1 hour, Sen.. Wicks seconded. 6:15 P.M. The meeting was called to order at 7:20 P.M. &Bill 124 Introduced by Sen. Melech, seconded by Miss Charette. \fter discussion, the liill was passed, 17 yes, 4 no. Bill 125 Introduced by Sen. Ellwanger, seconded by Sen. Melech. Sen. Thompson explained why this bill was sponsored by him. Mr. Lochner explained Mr. Leonard. position. The chair then read the rejected letter, after which discussion followed. The bill was then defeated, 4':yes, 17 no, 4 abs. The chair read the resignationrof Sen. Suzanne Gaustad.
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Sen. Cherson then explained his bill. Miss Seiden offered a friendly amendment that President Perdue appear next Tuesday. Sen. Redlo offered a friendly amendment that Pres. Perdue, Mr. Durham, the arresting officers, '4 md other pertinent people appear next week if the committee deems it necessary, which was accepted by the sponsor. He also suggested that the committee be set up now so that it could begin work, and that Sen. Cherson head this committee. Mr. Brandte suggested that consideration be given to requesting that the Sheriff and Judge Philips appear, and that letters be sent to such as the shuttle bus company. The bill was then passed 26 yes, 1 abs. Sen. Redlo then request Special Orders to consider the committee members. This was tabled to just before adjournment. Res. 24 Introduced by Miss Heilig, secnnded by Sen. Slote. A five minute recess was taken to explain the confrontation of Feb. 27. This recess was then extended and the meeting was called to order at 9: 30. The r6solution was then passed, 13 yes, 11 no, 3 abs. After a Division of the House, the vote was 13 yes, 10 no, 4 abs. Sen. Cherson called for Special Orders to announce the members of the Ad Hoc Emergency Committee, the Special Senate Committee to Investigate the Arrests of Bethany and the Eight Students on the morning of Feb. 27. These members are: Ann Kronenbitter, Cathi McCarthy, Debbie Ellwanger, Jeff Wicks, and Winnie Mullinack. He then explained the committee's objectives. Sen. Harmony moved to accept the nominations, Mr. Lochner seconded. The nominations were then accepted unanimously. Bill 129 Introduced by Sen. Thompson, seconded by Miss Chare+te. Sen. -'hompson explained his bill. Sen. Faulter move to table to WgM, Brandte second, which was defeated. Mr. Brandte moved to establish a special committee to study the possibility of shifting of funds for the paper, which did not get a second. Sen. Thompson offered a friendly amendment which stated that the allocation would only be given if an organization shows sufficient interest. This would be decided by the Senate. The Bill then passed 14 yes, 8 no, 9 abs. Res. 23 Introduced by Sen. Harmony, seconded by San. Nelson. Sen. Harmony moved to table until Sen. Kronenbitter was available for comment on the resolution. This was seconded by Mr. Rainford and carried. Bill 130 Introduced by Sen. Nelson, seconded by Sen. Melech. Sen. Nelson moved to amend to $186, seconded by Sen. Hann. This amendment passed with all voting yes, exce,pt Mr. Rainford, who abstained. The Bill then passed 17 yes, 0 no, 4 abs. Bill 131 Introduced by Sen. Harmony, seconded by Sen. Nelson. Sen. Nelson moved to amend to $334, seconded by Sen. Hann. Both the amendment and the bill passed unanimously, 21 yes. Bill 132 Introduced by Sen. Harmony, seconded by Sen. Nelson. Sen. Thompson moved to delete telephone and tournament expenses, seconded $y Eric Stamm. Treasurer Lamkay offered to take phone expenses from his budget and President Burton remarked that there is money left from 1 onsumer Guide. The amendment passed 10 yes, 9 no, 2 abs. and the dill passed 10 yes, 7 no, 4 abs. Bill 95 Introduced by Sen. Redlo, seconded b.y Sen. Stanun. Sen, Redlo moved to table for one weekdue to the time and lack of senators. Seconded

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(4) by Senator Stamm. President Burton then explained his veto, Sen. Slote then moved to accept the resignation of Sen. Gaustad. Jeconded by Sen. Melech. Sen. Harmony moved to approve the Constitutional Convention chairperson, which was then ruled out of order. Bill 133 Introduced by Miss Heilig, seconded by Sen. Slote. This motion to table was defeated. The Senate then adjourned at 11:OO for lack of a quorum. Respectfully submitted, Bill Bill Bill Bill Bill BiU Res. DofH 124 225 127 128 134 129 24 Res. 131-132A1 132 iss Donoghue en. Cherson I s. Charette en. Faulter en. Ellwanger en. Hann en. Harmony iss Heilig en. Kortmulder r. Musco sn. Kszystyniak Melech en. McCarthy r. Lochner iss McDonough sn. Nelson r. O'Keefe r. Rainford en. Redlo en. Riebling en. Sachi r Schif ferli iss Seiden en. Slote en. Starnrn iss Barth en. Thompson en. Wicks

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Grego~y cA. Saws Pres~dent of The Senate MEMO To: The Senate From: Gregory Gates, Vice-president Re: Constitutional Convention Chairperson It is my extreme pleasure to recommend Timothy O'Shaughnessy as chairperson of the Constitutional Convention. His sincere dedication to the Senate in the past has proven that he is highly cornpeten* to hold this position. In my opinion, his experience as former chairperson of the Senate Judiciary Committee has given him vast knowledge of our present Constitution and its deficiencies. This knowledge will prove to make him invaluable as chairperson of this most important convention. 1,strongly urge the confirmation by the Senate of this highly qualified candidate. HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Committee February 23, 1973 Present were: Kszystiniak, Hann, Slote, McCarthy, Faulter, Riebling, Earmony, Kronenbitter, DiNatale. Work was begun on the Spring elections. Petitions will be available beginning March 5, and the elections will be April 9 and 10. Salaries for the all-campus election will be as follows: chairman, $30.00; supervisors, $25.00; poll watchers, $1.25/hour, Supervisors are being selected by the committee. The legislative index is under way, but more help is needed. The first work meeting will be Wednesday, February 28 at 7:00 P.M. Internal Affairs Minutes Members present: Sen. Slote, Sen. Wicks, Sen. Bucher, Sen. Hann, Sen. Ellwanger. We decided on the agenda and approved it as it stands. The Ways and Means Committee. is reported to have some legislation to be brought forward, and so there is a space left for them on the agenda. Concerning the bills that have been tabled or reffered to various committees, the old Student Affairs Committee presented several bills that have been withdrawn by the sponsor(s) or released from committee. One of these bills is Bill 59 from October 31, 1972, introduced by Sen. 'Thompson dealing with improvement of quality in dining hall food and uniform preparation procedures. The recommendations on this bill were that the bill be a stronger and more comprehensive bill. As for the other bills, a finalized list will be presented to the Senate at the next meeting. Two bills, Bill 67, dealing with cutting down on the packet was introduced by Sen. Chris Pelkey on Nov. 7, 1972, and Bill 71, dealing with a time limit for debate on legislation was sponsored by the Senate Office Staff and the Senate Press Secretary on the same date, were tabled indefinitely because of the fact that the first measure has been dealt with, and the second would not be a feasible bill. Again, the members of th?s committee are urged to attend all meetings. Ways and Means Present Were: Hann, Nelson, Falco, Martin, Lochner, Mark I. Student Art League Request: $360.00 Representative: Frank Campello Discussion: The Student Art League wishes to hold four Art Shows during the second semester. March 4 a Campus School Invitational, March 11, Concept Art Show, April 7, Paul Kant Art Show, May 6, Spring Student Art Show. The Committee felt that the shows were worthy of money, but not the amount requested. Recommendations: Original Recommended Campus School $ 60.00 $ 55.00 Concept Art Show 90.00 60.00 Paul Kant 70.00 60 Spring Student 90.00 Delete Supplies 50. 00 35.00 Total $360.00 $ 210.00 Adjusted total $ 186.56

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Rationale: The proposed budget reflects the lowering of advertisement cost (to reflect the $15.00 limit adopted by the committee). The food costs were cut into a price range the committee felt was appropriate. Also the spring student art show was deleted because funds were provided for sucha show in the Art Department budget. 6-0-0 1I.Philosphy Club Request: $405.00 Discussion: The Philosophy Club this semester wishes monies for 1) General Budget 2) three speakers 3) travel for speakers 4) lodging for speakers. The General budget includes monies for teacher evaluations, office supplies, and phone bills. The speakers are Peter Hare (May 4); Dale Riepe (March 27): Edward Madden (date flexible). Recommendations: Origiaal Proposed General Budget $ 90.00 $ 55.00 3 speakers @$50 150.00 150.00 Travel @ $25 75.00 75.00 Lodging and food 90.00 54.00 TOTAL $405.00 $334.00 Rationale: The general budget was cut to reflect:' 1) lower general budget to reflect lower advertisement costs, deletion of miscellaneous categories, and deletion of Fall 1973 teache evaluation. Also, the food costs were cut to reflect a reasonable figure, and the room costs were cut. Note: the room costs were cut due to the fact that there are apartments on campus available in the dorms. Theee apartments run $6.00 a night as opposed to $20.00 for a motel. It was felt that the apartments on campus are not only less expensive, but they also provide for better student speaker contact. 6-0-0 1II.Rugby Club Request: $1008.00 Discussion: The Rugby Club wishes to hold a spring tournament. This tournament will be the first of its kind.in upstate New York and will be held on the 20-21 of April. Over 350 players are expected from over 14 teams. Note: A representative will be there to speak for the bill go$ the discussion will be dispensed with. Recommendation: Original Proposed $1005.00 $1005.00 Adjusted $ 991.71 Rationale: To be given orally IV. Biology Club Reqqest: $275.00 Discussion: The Biology Club wishes appropriations.this semester for the conducting of their meetings (which are held Thursdays 7:30 at Piex Hall), and for two speakers: Stephen C. Brown, April 18; and Dr. Stefalance Feb. 26. Mr. Brown will speak upon Animals as Craftsmen, and Dr. Stefalano ($h/$hdddldHdd$ an enomoligist) will speak about the aging process. '4 Recommendations: Original Proposed Mr. Brown $ 103.12 $ 79.00 Dr. Stefalano 110.00 103.00 Dues to sigma Xi 20.00 20;OO Party at Fallbrook 28.73 Delete Refreshments at meeting 6.56 Delete

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Office Supplies TOTAL Adjusted Rationale: (To be give orally) ~ext Ways and Means Committee meeting: This Thursday at 4:45 in room 201, Hewitt Union. As of this date, there is $9,884.65 left in the Program Fudd. This is a reproduction from the Board Contract dealing withisens. Redlo and Slote1s bill concerning F.S.A. compensation to on-campus students from their Room and Board DURATION AND OBLIGATIONS OF BOARD AGREEMENT The first meal served in the Fall Semester is DINNER. Monday, August 28, 1972, and all other meals thereafter will be scheduled according to the official college calendar of instruction. The last meal served will be the noon meal on Sunday, May 27, 1973. Special notices wil l be posted during the year regarding the meal schedules before and after periods of recess. No meals will be sewed during a recess period. The board plan for the academic year of 1972-1973 offers twenty (20) meals per week at the price of $620.00 for the year. The breakfast on Sunday is excluded. This board agreement may not be assigned or otherwise transferred and is only to be used by the student to whom the contract identification card is issued. Misuse of the board contract identification card may result in additional payment by the assignee for meals which have been taken by others. Students shall abide by the rules and regulations in regard to conduct and operational policies. Abuse andlor deviations from the policies will result in disciplinary action.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory A. Gates Prestdent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting Wednesday, March 7, 1973 Call to Worship Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Re~orts Eliot herso oh PPB Committee Reports Infernal Affairs College Affairs Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Old Business Bill 95 New Business Bill 135 Ways and Means Committee Report Appropriation Bills Bill 137 Bill 138 Resolutions Resolution 23 Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 3?a&fRSenate Meeting March 7, 1973 I Senate Minutes I The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m.. Senators not present were; Sen. Smith, Sen. Balaban (subMr. BiNatle), Miss McDonough (Miss Comer), Mr. Martin (subMiss White), Sen. Grasso Sen. Greenstein, Sen. Hanks, Sen. Kortmulder (subMr. Mayer), Sen. Kszystyniak, Sen. McCarthy, Sen. Moore, Sen. Quackenbush, Sen. Redlo, Sen. Sachi, Mr. Schifferli-(subMr. Brandte),. Sen. ~armonl moved to approve the agenda, ( 2nd-Mr. 0 Keefe) Sen. Thompson moved to amend the agenda to put Bill 139 after Bill 95, (2nd-Sen. Melech) and it carr ed. The agenda was approved. I Sen. Harmony moved to approve the minutes3(2nd-Mr. Brandte) and it carried. Executive Reports Vice-president Gates spoke of the SASU conference, reporting that he would be happy to answer any questions concerning SASU, and that all relevant literature will be on file, open to anyone. Sen. Harmony requested that the Vice-president write a one-page explanation of the meeting and present it to the Senate at the next meeting. Mr. Gates then read the resignation of Sen. Debby Ellwanger. Sen. Ellwanger moved to approve,(2nd-Ms. Charette) and after discussion, and a division of the house, the motion carried. He then expressed a desire that Senakors pick up posters concerning time and place of Senate meetings, and post them. Mr. Gates read a memorandum concerning meals, stressing the fact that the senate is low on money, and a limit of $1.65 had previously been set. DO NOT EXCEED IT! He then asked the senate to act on the recomendation of Tim OIShaughnessy as Chair person of the Constitutional Convention. Mr. Martin so moved,(2nd-Sen. Hann), and the recomendation was approved. Committee Reports Internal OperationsIt was reported that a meeting was held and the agenda for the week was set. Jeff then called for a Special Order of the Day, to deal with Bill 133 after Bill 95, it carried. Eric then challenged the Chair's ruling that he must be referred to as Sen. Stamm in the minutes. (2nd-Jeff) After discussion, the Chair was overruled. To clerify: a senator may be called in the meeting and the minutes by whatever he chooses. .College Affairs Sen. Kronenbitter reported that she has no report, due to the fact that only three members were present at the meeting. Judiciary and constitutional Revison sen. Hann announced that the~e will be a meeting soon and requested help with filing. Sen. Cherson then apologized for being unable to report on PPB at the present time, explaining that he will report to the senate next week. Old Business q 4 Bill 95 Was sponsored by Sen. Thompson3(2nd-Eric), ans Sen. Thompson called zor a call of the house, movimg to table until an indeterminate time.(2ndEric), and it carried. Bill 133 Sen. Cherson sponsored the Bill (2nd-Jeff), and it was friendly amended as follows; a clause was included to read, "A letter will also be sent to SASU 5ecomending that they follow this same action. Also, our SASU delegates will make the motion to the membership assembled that they follow

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this same course of action." The clause, "to avoid criminal ... the telephone company" was deleted. Another clause was added to read, "Also, $10 will be allocated to Michael Monte to be used for the purchase of Tax Resistance Explanation cards to be given to the individuals who wish them." The Bill carried as amended with 19-yes, 1-no, and 4-abs. Bill 135 Sen. Melech sponsored the Bill,(2nd-Mr. DiNatale) and Sen. Hann proposed an amendment providing that Mr. Brandte be Chairperson of the committee, retaining power to appoint other members. It was passed by a hand vote, with a majority-yes, 1-no, (Mr. DiNatale), and 3-abs.,(Sen. McCormack and SEn. Melech, and Jeff.) The Bill was then passed with a vote of 19-yes, 5-no, and 1-abs. Ways and Means Committee Sen. Hann explained that she feels it more appropriate to report on the committees recomendations, separately, as each Bill comes on the floor. Bill 139 sponsored by Mr. DiNatale, (2ndSen. Hann).Friendly amendmemts changed the wording to; "...for non-SA members, when they can't be reserved by SA members. No one may reserve more than six seats." It carried with a vote of 24-yes, and 1-abs. Miss White called for a Special Order of the Day to act on Bill 138 immediately,(2nd-Jeff), it carried. Bill 138 Miss White sponsored the Bill,(2nd-Jeff), and Mr. DiNatale proposed to amend the amount to $744.00, thereby sending only two people.(2nd-Sen. Kronenbitter) and it carried. (All Then, Sen. Nelson moved to amend (A21 changingthe amount to $372.60, (2ndSen. Harmony).A2 bas defeated. The Bill, as amended carried with a unanimous vote of 24-yes. Bill 137 Sen. Hann brought it to the floor (2nd-Miss White). Sen. Hann moved to amend the bill, striking the allocations for the folksingers in the union and the band in the union, and reducing money for the band at the clambake to $500.00., the new total being $3,650.00.. and it carried. The Bill was passed with 17-yes, 3-no, and 1-abs.. 4 Resolution 23' Sen.Kronenbitter sponsored it,(2nd-Ms. Charette) and it carried with a vote of 22-yes, and 1-no. Sen. Thompson moved to adjourn (2nd-Sen. Kronenbitter), and it carried, the Senate stood adjourned at 9:15 p.m. Respectful y Submitted, A4yy.!.;z >f

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Bill Bill Bill A1 A2 Bill A1 Bill Resolution 133 135 139 138 137 23 Sen. Rainford Mr. DiNatale Sen. Cherson Kiss Comer SEn. Faulter Miss White Sen. Hann Ben. Harmony Miss Heilig Mr. Mayer Sen. Kronenbitter Sen. Melech Sen. McCormack Miss Seiden Sen. Nelson Sen. Riebling Mr. Brandte Sen. Slote Eric Gary Mr. O'Keefe Jeff Sen. Bucher Miss Roman Ms. Charette Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Thompson Y Y Y abs abs abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y ab s Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y Y Y n Y Y n P Y n Y n Y n n n Y n n Y n Student Affairs Minutes Present: McCarthy, Redlo, Faulter, Solomack, Kszystyniak, DiNatale, Kronenbitter 1. Corrections were announced to the EXTRACT, so discussion was limited. 2. Senior Week activities were discussed. 3. Announcement was made that there will be no further meetings~6f Student Affairs until business calls. Internal Affairs Minutes Members present: Sens. Slote, Bucher, Harmony, Sen. Kronenbitter, Kszystyniak, McCarthy, Hann, Mr. DiNatale, Ms. Ellwanger. Resolution 27, dealing with the turnstile method of checking out books, was referred to the College Affairs committee, Library subcommittee. Bill 139, dealing with the elections for April 9 and 10, was referred to Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Committee. The agenda was set up, along with other people.

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Executive Action on Legislation Bill 124 line of succession signed into law 3-2-73 Bill 127 chairpersons of standing committees signed into law 3-2-73 Bill 128.board contract reimbursement signed into law 3-2-73 Bill 130 Student Art League signed into law 3-2-73 Bill 131 Philosophy Club signed into law 3-2-73 Bill 132 Rugby Club signed into law 3-2-73 Bill 134 Emergency Ad Hoc Committee signed into law 3-2-73 Infernal Affairs Minutes Members Present: Sen. Bucher, Sen. Harmony, Sen. Slote, Mr. Martin, Sen. Ellwanger. Bill 136 was reffered to the Ways and Means Committee. This bill dealt with PPB during Summer Session. Resolution' 26 was refferred to College Affairs Committee for investigation. The essence of this bill is notification that classes begin on the 27t not the 26th. This is already being done. P Elections Minutes A bill has been submitted for appropriations for Spring elections. There is a possibility that perhaps we could get a voting machine to be located in a central area for the elections. Next meeting Fri. at 3: 30 in the Restaurant. Ways and Means 4 Present were: Hann, Nelson, Falco, Martin, Mark I. Order of Prometheus Request: $ 1,4886.00 Discussion: The Order of Prometheus wishes to send four delagates to a convention inphoenix, Arizonia from April 10-13. The convention is hosted by the Arizonia State Inter-Collegiate Vetrans Association a~d will deal with matters concerning vetrans, their re-entry into society and thier education. Also being discrissed at the convention will be a discussion of a bill which is in front of Congress which would allow $360 per vetran to each college campus which had a vetrans prganiztion on its campus. There are 300 to 400 vetrans on this campus and the Order of Prometheus has 35 members, its club meeting ev ery other Wednesday, Recommemdations: The Ways and Means committe does not reccommend funding of this group. We feel that the past convetnions have not yeilded enough results as compared to their high costs. We feel that the club could be served just as well by reading the newsletter published by NACVI and by readbng the publications published as an outcome of the convention. 11. Senior Week Request: $4,25.00 Representative: Kathy White Discusssion: As per tradition, the senio&commottee wishes to hold 4 a Senior Week in declaration to our departing seniors. The week would be held from May 7-11. The committe wishes to include during the week Menday Folksingers Tuesday Folksingers Hednesda~ Band in the Union Thursday no program --Byrds by PPB Friday Clambake at Nunzi's Clam Shack

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4 The Clambake will start at 1 o'clock in the afternnon on Friday, May 11. Tickets will be $2.00 for seniors and $5.00 for underclassmen (depending on the cost stated by Nuzi'a). The underclassmen will be asked to pay their full fare,however, the cost of the senior ticke$s are subsidized, for the amount over $2.00. Recommendations: ORIGINAL PROPOSED Folksingers 75.00 DELIETE Folksingers 100.00 okay Band 500.00 DELIETE Clambake 3,000.00 okay Band for Clambake .500.00 500.00 "~isc. Expenses 50.00 okay TOTAL 4,325.00 3,650.00 Mis. expenses includes 1) advertisements and phone bills, 2) invitations and tickets, 3) Student director overtime payments Rationale: The folksingerd for Monday night and the band in the union Je beeen cut for several reasons:l) the progrtm fund is low and we could not fund all of the initial request, 23 many finals will be given that week and students will not be able to. attend all the events, 3) PPB is presenting the Byrds this week, and a band and two sets of folksingers would become monotonous, 4) Subsidies from PPB are 4 under concideration



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UN ITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory c4. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 29th Senate Meeting February 20, 1973 Bill #127 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1. Any qualified member of Student Association may serve as chairperson of any standing committee of the Senate. 2. A permanent speaking seat in the Senate shall be granted to any standing committee chairperson who is not a member of the Senate. 3. A non-Senate chairperson may not be considered in the line of succession. A Sponsored by S Senate Action: 24-yes Unanimous en. 2Harmony 27-73 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Srego:orj dl. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Bill # 128 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Senate directs its executive authority and representatives to the F.S.A. assembly to demand that Faculty Student Association make either, 1) Financial reimbursment for the alloted amount of days (indicated in the Room and Board Agreement) that students living on-campus will not receive meals under the present obligations of the board contract. 2) Dining halls remain open until the specified date in our contract. The Room and Board Agreement is a legal and binding agreement. Seeing that this college terminates its academic affairs on the 18th of May, we therefore see no reason why proper refunds or compensations should not be made. Sponsored by Sen. Slote and Redlo Senate Action: 2-27-73 25-yes Unanimous HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Bill #129 Be it enacted University of Oswego that: by the Student Association Senate of the State New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Funds be allocated to form another campus newspaper if an organization shows sufficient interest, to be decided bv the Senate. 1. This newspaper will receive equal funding with the Oswegonian. 2. The Oswegonian will publicize this so that a staff may be assembled and a format decided on. 3. Hopefully, a rotating editor will be possible. 4. This is to be budgeted at the 9th Legislative Budget Hearings. Sponsored by Roy Thompson Senate Action: 2-27-73 14-yes 8-no 0-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory cA. Sates I'res~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Bill #130 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 Art League be allocated $186.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: Campus School Invitational Art Show $ 55.00 4 Concept Art Show 60.00 Paul Kant Art Show 60.00 Supplies 35.00 Total Adjusted Total Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: 17-yes 0-no 4-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory dl. Cjntes Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Bill #131 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Philosophy Club be allocated $334.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: General Budget $ 55.00 Three Speakers at $50. each 150.00 Travel at $25 each 75.00 Lodging and food 54.00 Total $334.00 Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: 2-27-73 21-yes 0-no 0-abs. UNANIMOUS HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Rugby Club be allocated $475 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: Uniforms $155.00 Referees 120.00 Transportation and meals 200.00 Total $475.00 Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: 2-27-73 10-yes 7-no 4-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregoq J. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting March 7, 1973 Bill #133 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Whereas, the War in Viet Nam is officially ended. Whereas, the telephone excise tax was enacted during the 1960's to help fund the war. The Student Association and all its funded activities and organizations shall no longer pay this tax to the federal government through its intermediary, the New York Telephone Company. The Student Association will also send a letter to the various federal representatives from this area urging repeal of the telephone tax. A letter will also be sent to S.A.S.U. recommending that they follow this same action. Also, our S.A.S.U. delegates will make the motion to the membership assembled that they follow this same course of action. The amount.of ten dollars will be allotted to Michael Monte to be used for the purchase of Tax Resistance Explanation cards to be given to the individuals who wish them. Sponsored by Eliot Cherson Senate Action: 19-yes 1-no 4-abs. Veto Overridden: 26-override Vetoed by President Burton 3/29/73 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 ~~ ~ ~

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjrrgory dl. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 30th Senate Meeting February 27, 1973 Bill #134 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: An Emergency Ad Hoc Committee of the Senate be appointed by the Senate now to investigate and report back to the body the following: Ways to avoid the recent arrests of eight students for demonstrating their views; To seek out why Campus Judiciary procedures are not being invoked instead of Security's recourse to Civil courts in the Bethany affair and today's arrests. To inform the students of exactly what they may do legally on this campus without the threat of arrest. Be it further enacted that: President Perdue, Mr. Durham, the arresting officgrs, and other pertinent people appear next week before the Senate if the committee deems it necessary. Eliot Cherson will be the head of this Ad Hoc Committee. Sponsored by Eliot Cherson Senate Action: 2-27-73 26-yes 0-no 1-abs. HEWlTT UNION 8 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (jregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting March 7, 1973 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: A Policy and Executive Review Committee be formed to: 1. Suggest general goals concerning the Student Association and facilitation thereof. 2. Review of executive programs and actions when necessary and make recommendations to the Senate with respect to the course of action which should be followed. 3. John Brandte shall be chairperson with power to appoint other committee members. The Executive may submit programs directly to the Policy and Executive Review Committee. Sponsored by Senator Harmony, Mr. Schifferli, and Sen. Kszystiniak Senate Action: 19-yes 5-no 1-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 0 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting March 13, 1973 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 students be assessed $2.50 for Summer Session I and $2.50 for Summer Session I1 at the State University College at Oswego, for the purpose of programming and administering activities. Students will be assessed only for those summer sessions which they attend. These funds shall be under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities or his officially appointed designee(s1. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: 24-yes 0-no 1 abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory cA. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting March 7, 1973 Bill #137 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senior Committee be allocated $3650.00 from the Program Fund for Senior Week, to be itemized as follows: Folksingers 4 Clambake at Nunzi's Band for clambake Miscellaneous expenses Total $ 3650.00 Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: 17-yes 3 -no 1-abs. HEWlTT UNION a PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting March 7, 197 3 Bill #138 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Order of Prometheus be allocated $744.00 from the Program Fund for the purpose of attending a National Convention of the National Association of Collegiate Veterans to be itemized as follows: Room and Board, 1 person, 4 nights Transportation, 1 person, round trip Total cost per person $ 372.00 Total cost for two delegates $ 744.00 Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: 24-yes 0-no 0-abs. Unanimous HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting March 7, 1973 Bill #I39 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Any program funded, partially or in whole with Student Association monies, is not allowed to have reserved seats for non-SA members when they can't be reserved By>S.A. members. No one may reserve more than six seats. Sponsored by Sens. Roy Thompson and Patty Hann Senate Action: 24-yes HEWITT UNION a PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting March 13, 1973 Bill #140 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Acts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Latin Student Union be allocated $1,550.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: Film Culebra The Beginning Film P.R. Pais Colonizado The Dispossessed Film Poet Felipe Luciano Band Tipico 73 Total $ 775.00 The other $775.00 will be funded by P.P.B. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: 25-yes 0-no 0-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory cA. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 32nd Senate Meeting March 13, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University olNey=York, College of A~ts and Sciences at Oswego that: Women for a New World be allo-ttedv$690. 00 for a statewide feminist conference to be itemized as follows: Three films about women: "Take off: A Striptease That Dares Go All The Way" "Six Film-makers in search of a wedding" "How to Make a Woman" $105.00 Communication and publicity 35.00 Day care 10.00 Refreshments 70.00 Lecture Dr. Chris Pierce 20.00 Band Sweet Jenny Grit 450.00 Total $690.00 Sponsored by Eric Starnm and Gary Stevenson Senate Action: 23-yes HEWIi7 UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 04. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th Senate Meeting April 3, 1973 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: All expenses incurred by the Executive branch of Student Association be compiled weekly for inclusion in the Oswegonian. In order that past expenses be also so publicized, the Director of Finance will prepare a report itemizing the expenses of the last two semesters for publication in the Oswegonian. Introduced by Sen. Eliot Cherson. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK Sjregory cA. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th senate Meeting April 3, 1973 Bill #I43 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Bill #91 of the 8th Legislative Session be amended to read as follows with said amendments to take effect immediately. (Matter in parentheses is old law to be omitted; underlined matter is new law. ) : IX. List of Supervisory and Polling Areas A. Same as in original bill #91. B. Supervisory areas shall be defined as follows: ake ehfecf A~ril 11, 1973. TO Eonlsore an 2. Cayuga and Seneca 3. Hart and Funnelle 4. Ononqaga and Oneida 5. Hewitt Union 6. Lakeside One supervisor shall be designated for each supervisory area. XI. Petitions A. All signatures must come from one's constituency. A person may sign more than one petition. B. Each petition for Senator must contain at least 50 legible signatures. (Each petition for a campuswide position must contain at least 250 legible signatures.) Each petition for President or VicePresctdent must contaln 25l.J-legible signatures. Each petition tor Representative to k'aculty ASSemDly or Faculty-Student Asscoaltlon must contaln 1s legi~le sinatures. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 G~egory cA. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate XV. Election A. Any candidate must receive 10% of the vote for a constituency inozrder to be considered except in the case where no one has filed a petition for the office or in the case where no candidate ha3 achieved 10% of the vote in whichl,cases the candidate with tHe greatest vote shall be declared winner. For S8n%orP4; a cungtituency shall be defined as two hundred people from the proper living center. For President and ~icel~resident, a constituencv shall be defined as the total number of students in the student Association. For this position of representative to the Faculty Assembly orfaculty-Student Association a constituency shall be the same as for President or Vice-president. In the event that two or more candidates for the office of President of Vice-president receive the same number of votes the Senate shall dbide the winner with each dormitory residency having one vote and a block of nine commuter votes. In the event that therec+hall be a number of candldates Tor Senator in a dormitory residency In excess ot the number or avallaDle posltlons who shall all have the same vote, the positlon(s) shall be tllled by the same manner as provlded Tor in the constitutlon when a Senator shall ahve reslgned hls seat. In the event that there shall be a number or candldates Tor Senator rrom among the commuter body In excess or the number ot avallable positions who shall all have the same vote, the posltlon(s) shall be tilled by a re-vote, of the constituency from among those candidates with the same vote, said re-vote to be held on May 2 immediately following the All Campus Llection, or in the event that May 2 shall tall on a Saturday or Sunday, on the first Monday thereafter. In the event that there shall be a number of candidates for the position ot Representative to Faculty Assembly or Yaculty-Student Association in excess ot the number of availbable positions for either office, the winner (s) shall be chosen from among those candidates with the same vote by the senate. Introduced by Senator Dan Harmony Senate Action: Yes 22 No 0 President Thomas H. Burton Abs 0 Student Association HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory 4. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 34th Senate Meeting April 3, 1973 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: Whereas, we have not used any of our so-called "snow daysff and whereas the Easter Holiday offers no vacation time and more importantly, no travel time for students and faculty, to facilitate the safe travel of all individuals at Oswego, be it enacted that : We formally and with utmost concern for urgency and safety, request the addition of one day of travel after Easter weekend on Monday, April 23. We hope that classes can be set aside on this day so as to allow everyone to miss the holiday traffic that every year claims more and more lives and personal injuries. We do not want anyone from our academic community to become a statistic. Sponsored by Mr. Ozalins HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student As sociation State Universtiy College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 31st Senate Meeting March 7, 1973 Bill # 145 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Student Association All-Campus Elections be held April 9-10. The Elections Committee be allotted $570.00 for Spring Elections to be itemized as follows: 1 Election Chairman @ $30.00 $ 30.00 12 Election Supervisors @ $25.00 each 300.00 Poll watchers for 12 areas, 16 hours @ $1.25/hr. 240.00 Ballot Printing 20.00 Total $590.00 Sponsored by the Elections Committ Se~ate Action: 22 yes 0 no 0 no ~residknt Thomas H.Burton HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Sregory cA. Sates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting April 10, 1973 Bill #146 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Amendment to By-Laws of the Oswego Student Association: (1). 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 inure to the benefit of any member, officer, or other person, except it may pay reasonable compensation for services rendered in effecting one or more of the association's purposes, and no member, officer, or other person shall be entitled to share in 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. (2). Upon the dissolution of the association, the members, after payment or making provision for the 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 organizations, or organizations organizaed and operated exclusively for educational purposes, or such other purposes as.shall at that time qualify for exemption under Sec. 501-C (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and Sec. 420 of the New York Real Property Tax Law-as, in the judgment of the members, is best qualified and competent to promote the purposes of the association. (3). No part of the activities of the association shall be carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attempting 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. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Student Association Pres~dent of The Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting April 11, 1973 Bill #147 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Judo Club be allocated $400.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: two instructors ................ $400.00 Senate Action 18 yes 0 no 2 abs. as H. Burton April 17: 1973 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting April 11, 1973 Bill #148 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Lame-Duck Society be allocated $410.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: Film, "Ex-con Outside" Travel Speaker, Ron Fleetwood Total: $410.00 Senate Action: 20 yes President Thomas H. Burton April 17, 1973 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 -

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting April 11, 1973 Bill #149 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: SAVAC be allocated $360.00 from the Program Fund to be itemized as follows: Convention Expenses Gas Hotel Meals Presentation Total: $328.00 Senate Action: 22 yes President ~hdrng H. Burton April 17, 1973 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 35th Senate Meeting April 10, 1973 Bill #150 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : A committee consisting of Peter Mayer, Eric Stamm, Roy Thompson, and anyone else interested will be formed to lookkinto the possibility for a Senate party at the end of the semester. This committee will report back to the Senate on their progress and submit a recommendation to the Finance Committee for approval. Senate Action: 16 yes 4 no 4 abs. Sponsored by Sen. Thompson APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT ON 4/20/73 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 0 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego SEnate 8th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May, 1972 Res. 1 Be it resolved by the Student Association SENate of the State University of New YOrk, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: On Thursday, May 4, groups all over the country have called for an emergency Moratorium, to express their dissent against the reescalation of the war in Indochina and to mourn for the daths at Kent and Jackson State. The Student Association joins these groups in their expression of horror and sorrow over American's continued involvement in Indochina and supports their call for a moratorium on all classes and business as usual on May 4th. The SA Senate strongly urges the students and faculty to participate in the alternative actions scheduled for this day. Introduced by Kathy Sullivan Passed 15-yes 4-no 6-abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. cMossqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 8, 1972 Res. 2 Be it enacted by the Student Assocaition Senate of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The SA Senate endorses the student strike starting May 9, 1972 and further endorses suspension of all academic activites. This is in opposifion-to Pres. Nixon's re-escalation of the INdochina War. Passed 21-yes 4-abs HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 8. crrtossgsaber President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting May 9, 1972 Res. 3 Be it resolved by the Student Assocaiation Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswegol that: That in view of the results of the student referendum concerning the President's announcement of his decision to blockade and mone all North Vietnamese ports and harbors, and the implications thereof; the SA Senate, recognizing its responsibility as the representative of the students on this campus, endorses and actively encourages participation by all students-of this college, who so desire and are cognizant of the academic alternatives and/or risks, in the student strike commencing May 9, 1972. We, the SA Senate, emphasize the rights of the individual in determining his degree of participation in the strike and any related activites. We do not, however, condone or support activities of student seeking to physically prevent other students from attending classes, should they be held, if they desire, and urge no such action be taken. It is the hope of the SA Senate that students use the activites offered during the strike in a way that will be most beneficial to the individual, the college, the community, and the nation. Passed 22-yes 4-no 2-abeHEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 9. cMoss9raber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Osaego Senate 8th Legislative Session 3rd Senate meeting May 9, 1972 Res. 4 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Senate believes that the environment of Academic freedom on this campus most be preserved as well as integrated with the Strike Activities. To ensure this academic freedom we suggest the following alternatives in concurrance with the AD Hoc Employee's Peace Committee proposal: 1. Faculty and department shou4d modify course arrangements and institute other course and credit options in keeping with the spirit of the strike effort. 2. Students be permitted to defer completion of existing requirements, to take incompletes, to convert to pass-fail to drop course, and to substitute appropriate work to complete normal course requirements. 3. To undertake those efforts in a manner entirely consonant with the general principles of academic freedom. Passed 12-yes 7-no 9-abs. HEW^ UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 (lames Q. cTr2ossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting September 6, 1972 Resolution #7 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Those students so desiring, be encouraged to take a leave of absence for the purpose of registering to vote on the academic days of October 6, 9, or 10, 1972. These days, it is understood, fall within the statewide registration dates of October 6, 7, 9, and 10, 1972. Students are also encouraged to take advantage of the additional days up to September 15, 1972 to register to vote. This decision to take a leave of absence by each student must rest upon the knowledge that any work missed must still be his or her responsibility. Introduced by Senator Wicks Senate Action 2 1-yes 2-no HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 qames 9. CMOssqrabe~ President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting September 26, 1972 Resolution #8 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All members of the on-campus community be urged to sacrifice their supper meal on Thursday, October 12, 1972, with the understanding that the monies collected shall be donated to Medical Aid for Indochina. Senate Action: 10-yes 6-no 7-abs. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 9. fissqraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 8th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting October 24, 1972 Resolution #A Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, the Senate recognize the following: 1) The President of the United States is carrying on an illegal and immoral war against the people of VietNam, Cambodia, and Laos; 2) The President of the United States has ignored the needs of students and youth across the United States by these actions: a) Ignoring the Scranton Commission on Campus Disorders to impanel a federal grand jury to investigate the murders of students in 1970 by Ohio and Mississippi authorities; b) Ignoring the Presidential Commission on Marijuana which urged decriminilization of marijuana; c) Vetoing repeatedly Health, Education and Welfare Appropriation bills; and d) Vetoing the Water Pollution Control Act of 1972 which will affect our lives in the future. Be it further recognized that: The Student Association Senate of the State University College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego endorses the candidacy of Senator George S.McGovern of South Dakota for Presidency of the United States. 4 Enaction of this measure will result in the immediate sendine of a telegram to McGovern National Headquarters in washingto;, D.C and publication of the telegram in the Oswegonian. Introduced by Senator Eliot Cherson HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602