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STATE UNIVEBSITY COLLEGE AT OSWEGO 9TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION 1973-1974 Robert L. Redlo-President Mario M. Malave--Vice-President Steven D. Sncher-Treasurer Edward Palco--Assistant Treasurer

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INDEX Title page............................................... Index ................................................... i Preamble to the Consitution ........................... tii Constitution ............................................ 1 By-laws ................................................. 5 ............. Agendas, Minutes, Voting Records of Meetings Bills out of Senate...................................... Resolutions out of Senate. ...............................

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PREAMBLE I 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 CONSTIT1JTE 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 ASSOCIATION OF TE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE AT OSWEGO f) as revised on April 8, 1974) ARTICLE I Section I (. All legislative power herein granted shall be vested in the Senate of the Student Association. Section I1 1. The Senate shall be composed of members chosen annually by the living center or centers. (The term living center shall be defined in the By-Laws of this constitution.) 2. All Senators shall be regularly enrolled students of the State University of New York College at Oswego with an accumulative grade point index of at least the college minimum for good academic standing, and each shall at the time of his election be a member of that living center and shall remain a member of that living center for the duration of his office." 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 Presidentc~f the Student Association. 7. The Senate shall have the sole power of impeachment and trial of impeachments. In all cases of impeachment the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall preside, except in the case of his own impeachment in which case the Vice-president of the Student Association shall preside. No person shall be convicted without the occurrance of 2/3 of the members present. 8. Judgement on cases of impeachment shall not extend further then to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor or trust in the Student Association. Section I11 1. Senators may be elected at an open election of the members of their living center or living centers group. 2. The Senate shall assemble at least once every full

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academic week during the college yem, excent durin~ the weeks of final exarninr,tions and the first week of-the fall semester. 3. All senators shall be elected at the time of the All-Campus Elections. Section IV 1. The 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 menner: a. Senators from Dormitories: 20% of the dorm powlation must petition for Senator recall. This would requjre a referendum to be held, and, if 2/7 of those voting are in favor of recall, the Senator will be removed from office. b. Commuter Senators: 20% of the commuter porulation 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 reroved from offico.I1 2. The Senate m?y deternine the ru!es of its nrvcee?ings, discin3 ine Its members for di sor-7,~rl y b~bavior,'-and with the concurrence nf 2/?Ir: of the total Se~%te, enel a member. 3. The ?mate shall keep a 3-1 ~f its procee?jn:o;s, and from time to time pllblish the same, and the 2nd nays of the Senate on any auestion shall, at the desire of 1/5 of thc~e present, be entered in the Journal. Section V No Senator shall, during the time for which he was chosen hold any other civil office under the authoritv.of the Student Associ?tlon and no mrson holding any office under the Student Association shalJ be a member of the Senate during his continuance in office. Section VI Every bill which shall have passed the Senate, before it becomes ,aw, shall be presented to the President of the Student Association. If he approves it he shall sign it; but if he returns it with his objections to the Senate, they shall enter the objections in the Journal and proceed to reconsifier it. If after such reconsideration 2J71s of the total Senate agrees to pass the bill it shall become law. But in all cases the vote of the Senate shall be determined by yeas, nays, and the names of the persons voting for and apainst the bill shall be entered in the Journal. ,If my bill is not returned by the President within 10 regular'class days after it has been presented to him, the same shall be law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the Senate by its adjourmnent prevents a return in the form of a vote, in which case it shall not be law.

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Section VII The Senate shall be empowered-: To supervise the All-Campus Election; To Assess a Student Association tax h his tax shall be uniform throughout the Student ~ssociation); Ti5 determine the exaenditures of the Student Association Tax for the general welfare of the Student Association; To have authority to make recommendations over all matters of ~olicy affecting student welfare under this constitution; To determine the line of succession to the office of Student Association President following the Student Assoc9ation Vice-President; To initiate and enact any le~islation necessary to -implement for forgo in^ powers or to fulfill the Durpose of this constitution as set forth in the preamble exce~t where such jurisdiction shall be denied by the ~olicie3 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 a~nronriations made by law, and a regular statement and account of the receipts and ex~enditures of all money shall be nublished from time to time. 2. The Senate shall Dass no law reearding the internal oneration of any student organization recognized under the authority of the office of the Dean of Students. Section IX 1. Upon resenta at ion to the Senate of the Position of 25% of the number of voters in the previous All-Cam~us Election any bill which thep shall deem necessary shall be submitted to the Student Association within 2 weeks After the resenta at ion of the aetition to be accented or rejected, and if accented, shall have the sane-standine as any bill passed by the Senate and signed by the Student Association President. 2. The Senate may, by 2/3's vote of the total membership, submit any bill to the Student Association who shall accent or reject it; and if acce~ted said bill shall have the same standing as any bill ~assed 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 ?lice 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 perio? from the 15th of February to the 15th of Fsrch; and hbld office for a tc-m of oneis ve2r commencing thp first day of April cf the ssme year in which thev were elected. 2. The President and Vice-president shall be regular3y enrolled students with an accumlative grade point index of at least !two-tenths of a ~ojnt (.2) above the college minimum for good academic stand in^, and shall not be elieible for graduation until the comnletion of the semester in whirh the term of office ends. The President at the be~inning of the fall semester during his term of office shall be at least a first semezter junior with the minimum numbe~ of credjts to be considered as such, nnd the Vice-President shall be at least a second semester sonhoanre. Section TI The Senate shall establish such administrative offices a? it shall ?em necessary for the nperation nf the S11r-erne and lovercourt.; and the Supremp Court hall a~~ellate jurisdict!'.orl over any lower,> court created by the Senate. Section TIT The judicial =.-1.7er ?hall exten? : -i A To 31.1. canes t.o whi.ch the Stuc?ent Associz,tion shal.1 be a ?arty excent ac oth?rvi.se ~tsted in the fol.lowi?g ?arts of thy? 5sert;ion. Tc the stud~nt asnroval of nll 3.ocaL stu?ent organi7ction conztitutions. To any caso i.nvo7vinp the constltutional.itv of an act or ruling of +.he Ztilrlent .Associ..?t ion. To any ~7e !'nvolvine vio3.ation rf an art of the Senatn exce~t as other~a~ise stzted. in the foll.07!.ri.nw ~art5 of this secti.on. To sny dis~ute between studwts, or between student organixati.on-., if no lower(. court, hou~ing. unit cnurt, executive committee or commission, :u.dicial boar,?, or standards committee shall have vlor jurisdiction, in which case the Su.nreme Court shall have the ?ol!ier to decide whether the trial or hearing was conducted nroperly with the power., to demand such cases back to the original.< trial body. And. to any other cape >:here jurisdict~nn shall r,ot be denied by the nol.i".es of the State UnCversity of New York College at Osvego. This constitution mag be amenfled in the follv:jng manner: U~on the sirnixke: of 3 petition by 2/3 of the number of voters in the prevlou~ 471-Cam~us Election, or by a 2/3's vote of all the m~mbers of the Senate, an amendment nzv be presented to the Student A~sociation within two weeks-after the resenta at ion of the petition, in the case of such a ?resentation, to be

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acce~te? Fr rejected, and if accs-tea. shll lo valid to all intenks and purposes zs part of this constitution. ARTICLE V l..\All enqa~ements with organisations or a~encies outside of or 'withln the colle~o shall be as valid a~ainst the Student Association under this constitution, as under the Associated Student BodvCouncil. 2. Thjs constitution, and the laws of the Student Association which zhall be made in Dursuance therof, and all the authority of the Student A~sociation shall be the supreme law of student life at the State University of New York Colle~e ,>at Oswego except where they may conflict with the ~olicies or practises of the State University of !Jew York or the State University College at Oswego. '5. The Senators befo~e mentioned &\ all executive and judicial officers, of the Stuent Association shqll be bound by oath or affirmation to support this constitution. ARTICLE VT The ratifica'tion of this constitution:: shall be determined by at least a quorum vote of the Associatied Student Body as established under the constitution of the Associated Student Body Council. ARTICLE VII This constitation shall take effect Srnmediatelv and shsll be frn~lemented hv the pr~sent Associated Student -.?ody 0onncilt until May 1, lQ66, at '41ich ttme the new se~ators, Stv3mt P-s~ocia-tion Presids~t, and VSce-"resident and other ci-vil qfficials shall. assume thn yovr? and duties of their resnective offices, and at which time this article shall be exyunged. BY-LAWS 1. A living center shall be defined for the purposes of Senate anportionment Do one of three categories as follows: (a) on campus residence halls, (b) off-campus residence units recognized as resi2ence halls by the college, and (c) commuters (all students not r~~iding in livnq centers cateqorised by a or b abovp). The Senate shall determine each year the grouping of the several ljving centers for the Durposes of anportionment and enumeration of Senritors to be elected by these groups ofHving centers. These Ry-laws may be amended by a 2/3's vote of all the members of the Senate, 2. Permanent s~eaking seats shall be awarded to: A represenative of the Office of the Dean of Students A re~resentative of the Office of the Co-Ordinator of Student Activities

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* a. d (c) The executive heads of C.U.B.M., A.W.S., and the . Athletics Councjl (d) And to the delegated representative of any oreanization 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 Following year. P 4. All meetings of the Senate shall be conducted by Robert's Rules of Order. 5. Civil OfPi6fals shall be: (a) President and Vice-President of Student Association (b Senators of the Student Association Justices of the Supreme and lower Courts. d Chairman and members of the various de~srtments and r the committees of the Student Association Executive and Judicial Bra? ches 6. A Senator or Justice at his own discretion may choose to participate in any of the various de~artments and committees of the Executive Branch of the Student Associatjon for the purpose of aiding him in discharging the duties of this office. 7. These By-taws may be amended by a 2Z3's vote of all the members in the Senate. All By-laws to this constitution shall be subject to Internretation as bills under the nrovi~ion of Article I, Section 9 of this constitution. 8. This association is not organized for ~rofjt not for the pecuniaryvain of its members, officers or other ~rivate persons. It may not issue stock or declare or distribute dividends. No nart of the income of the association shall innure to the benefit of any member, officer, or other nerson excent it may pay a reasonable cornnensation for services rendered in effecting one or more of the association's nurDoses, and no member, officer, or other Derson shall be entitled to sh~re in the distribution of any of the association assets on dissolution of the association. Any balance of money or assets remaining after the full nayment of a.ssociation oblieations shall be directed exclsivelyt'o the furtherance of educational purposes. 9. Upon the dissolution of the assodiation, the members, a,fter payment or.-making nrovision for nsyment of the just debts, obligations and liabilities of the association, will des~ose of all of its assetes by tmnsfer to such other not-for-~rofit organization(s) or orqanixation(s) organized and onerated exclusively for educational DurDoses, or such other nurposes as shall at that time qualify for exemption under Secti-on 501-C (3) of the TnBernal Revenue Code and Section 420 of the New York State Real Property Tax Law as, in the judgement of the members, is best quaHfied and competent to promote the purnoses of the association. 10. No part of the activities of the association shall be carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attem~ting to influence legislation or participating in, or intervening in (including the publication or distribution of statements)any political campaf4n on behalf of any candidate for public office.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory dl. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 1, 1973 Agenda Tuesday, May 1, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of the Senate Minutes of April 24, 1973 5. Executive Reports (a) President Redlo 6. Committee Reports (a) Senate Ad-Hoc Committee Report on Campus Arrests During Marine Recruitment 7. Old Business (a) Appropriation Bills (if any) (b) Legislative Bills (if any) (c) Resolutions (if any) 8. New Business (a) Appropriation Bills (if any) (b) Legislative Bills (if any) (c) Resolutions (if any) 9. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association SJdate University of New York . College atOswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting Minutes President Redlo,.Vice-President Malave, and the new Senators were sworn in. The meeting was called to order at 5:10 p.m. Senators not present were: Sen. : Ebintz, Sen.ESxystyniak (subMr. Faulter). and Sen. Sachi. Sen. Harmony moved to approve the agenda (2nd-Sen. McCarthy), and the motion carried. Sen. Harmony moved to approve the minutes (2ndSen. Melech), it carried. Executive Reports President Redlo welcomed the new Senate and urged them to inform their constituencies that there are many jobs open in the S.A. for next year, in many differnet departments. Committee Reports Eliot Cherson re~orted on the recomendations made bv the Ad-Hoc committee investigating the arrests on campus at the time of the Marine Recruitment. It was recomended that: armed forces recruitment should not be permitted on campus in the future. Campus Security should in the future take more precautions to avoid violent confrontation. ( it was concluded by the committee that Security prevoked violence), The Oswego Police should not photograph and fingerprint on violation charges. A lawyer be employed by the SA to defend students in court. He added that in the future, demonstrators be aware of the fact that they will be arrested in a similar situation. New Business Sen. Harmony sponsored the bill (Bill 1 Sen. Nelson provided a 2nd. and the bi$$ carried with a vote of 27-yes, 1-no, and 2abs. Res. 1 Sen. Harmony sponsored the resolution (2ndSen. Roman), and it carried with a vote of 28-yes, 1-abs. Bill 2 was sponsored by Sen. Thompson (2nd-Sen. McCarhy). Sen. Hanmeny moved to table for an indefinite period of time (2nd-Sen. Faulter), and the motion carried with a vote of 18-yes, 9-no, and 2-abs. Res. 2 was sponsored by Sen. Thompson (2nd-Charette), and after discussion, it carried with a vote of 23-yes, and 6 abs. .----Sen. Slote moved to adjou~n(2ndSen. Charette) and it carried. Respectfully Submitted, **&

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Voting Record Mav 1 Sen Anthony Sens Brutvan Sen. Bucher Sen. Charette Sen. Greeney Sen. Harmony Sen. Hogue Sen. Hutchinson Sen. Jackson Sen. Karp Mr. Faulter Sen. Mantle Sen. McCarthy Sen. Melech Sen. Miller Sen. Nelson Sen. O'Connell Sen. Ozolins Sen. Roman Sen. Slote Sen. Stewart Sen. Thompson Sen. Van Epps Sen. Weil Sen. Weinger Sens. Wicks Sen. Moore Sen. Seiden Sen. Martin Sen. Copp Bill Res Res Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y abs 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 abs Y Y Y Y 2 abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y abs abs Y Y abs Y (to table) 2 Y n n abs Y Y Y n abs Y n Y Y n Y n Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory d. Cjates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 6, 1973 Senate Agenda 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes \ 5. Executive Reports \ I 6. Consideration of the 1973 1974 Budget Proposal 7;. Old Business 8. New Business 9 Ad j ournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Stueent Associaiton State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Senate Minutes May 6, 1973 The meeting was called to order at 10:40 A.M. Sen. Copp moved to approve the agenda (2nd-Sen. Nelson), and it carried. Sen. Nelson moved to approve the minutes (2nd-Sen. Charette), it carried. Executive Reports none Consideration of the 1973-1974 Budget Pro~osal Oswegonian Sen. Nelson moved to approve the budgetary recomendation (2nd-Sen. Bucher) and the motion carried with a vote of 22-yes, and 1-no. WOCR AM Sen .Brutvan moved to aDDrove the recomendation (2nd-Sen. Charette) and the motion carried withL i2-yes, and 1-abs. The Pendulum Sen. Kaulfass brought the budget to discussion (2nd-Sen. Brutvan). Then, Sen. Kaulfass moved to amend to fund on a half year basis, and that the pendulum should be published monthly, changing the total allocation to $4,30O.(Al) A1 carried with a vote of 26-yes. Then, Sen. Thompson moved to amend (A21 adding $1,500 to pay contributors to the magazine. (2ndSen. Weinger) A2 was defeated with 26 no votes. Then.,'the motion to fund The Pendulum, as amended, carried with 19yes and 6-no votes. Ontarian Sens. Nelson moved to fund the Ontarian.(Sen. Bintz) Sen. Kaulfuss moved to amend the motion stipulating that the Senate will fund only if the Ontarian can somehow prove that they will sell 1500 copies of the yearbook, (2ndSen. Hutchinson) and it was defeated (Allby a hand vote. Then Sen. Weing~r moved that the Senate fund sections a,b and c, but only fund if the input of student interest is sufficient by October 1, 1973.(A2, 2nd-Sen. Thompson) A2 was defeated with 12-yes, and 15-no votes. Sen. Weil moved to amend as follows: (A3, 2nd-Sen. Weinger) fund according to A2 with the stipulation that if there were 1,000 orders by Oct. 1 we would fund $7.00 a copy. A3 carried with a vote of 21-yes, 4-no, and 2-abs. Then the original motion as amended carried with 21-yes, 4-no, and 1-abs. Men 's Intercollegiate Athletic Budget Sen. Thompson (2nd-Sen.Weinger) moved to fund men's athletics. Basesball Sen. Thompson moved to amend (2nd-Sen.~Einger) to cut the budget by 20 %. A1 was defeated by 'a hand vote. Sen. Copp moved to delete JV basesball (2ndSen. Weinger), and A2 was defeated by a vote of 7-yes, 19-no, and 1-abs. Sen. Thompson moved again to delete JV basesball(2nd-Sen. Weinger). After 2 divisions af the house the amendment (A31 carried with a vote of 13-yes, 13-no, and 2-abs., until Vice-president Malave broke the tie with a yes vote. Then, the amended budget (cut by $1,325) carried by a hand vote. Basketball SenThompson moved to cut basketball completely (2nd-Sen. ~einger)

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and the motion was defeated with 10-yes, 16-no, and 2-abs.. (Al) Then, Sen. Slcte movet to delete JV baskstball iA2, 2nd-Sen. Thcmpson), that too was defeated with a vote of 11-yes, 15-no, and 1-abs. The originai motion carried with 18-yes, 10no. CroBs-Country Sen. Nelson moved to fund (2nd-Sen. Thompson) cross country, and the motion carried withl6-yes, 10-no, and 1-abs. Golf Sen. Weinger moved to fund golf (2nd-Sen. Nelson), and after 3 divisions of the house and much discussion, the motion carried with 14-yes, 12-no, and 2-abs. Hockey Sen. Copp moved to fund hockey (2nd-Sen. Wicks) and the motion carried with 27-yes, and 1-no votes. Lacrosse Sen. Mantle moved to find lacrosse (2ndSen. Roman) and the motion carried' with 21-yes, and 7-no votes. Soccer Sen. Thompson introduced the motion,to fund (2nd-Sen. Ozolins). Then Sen. Thompson moved to strikecall conference games and the scrimmage (A1,2ndSen. Weinger), and it was defeated by a vote of 7-yes, 15-no, and 3-abs. Sen. Weinger moved to delete all JV soccer games from the budget (2nd-Sen. Slote), and this motion (A21 was also defeated with a vote of 11-yes, 16-no, so the:b~iginal motion carried with 22-yes, and 6-no votes. Swimming Sen. Thompson moved to fund swimming.(2nd-Sen. Weill Then Sen.~$inger moved to delet the cost of the transportation to Florida(East-West Meet) (2nd-Sen. Nelson'), and A1 carried with a vote of 18-yes, 7-no, and 3-abs. Sen. Thompson then moved to delete the amount for meals and lodging to the East-West Meet (A2, 2nd-Sen. Weinger), and it was defeated by a vote of 7-yes and 21-no. Then, the original motion carried with 23-yes, arid 5-no. Tennis Sen. Kaulfuss moved to fund tennis ( 2nd-Sen. Charette), and themotion carried with 22-yes, and 5-no votes. Track Mkd Rubenstein moved to fund track, (2nd-Sen. Charette), and the motion carried with 22-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs. Indoor ~6ack Sen. Nelson moved to Eund (2ndMs. F!ibenstein) and Sen. Weil moved to delete the money for equipment.(AL,2nd-Sen. Weinger) A1 was defeated gy a vote of 10-yes, 15-no, and 2-abS. Then the original motion carried with a vote of 21-yes, 5-no, and 1-abs. Wrestlingsen. Kaulfuss moved to fund;(2nd-Sen. Thompson) Sen. Weinger moved IA~) to cut JV wrestling (2nd-Ms. Rubenstein), and the motion was defeated with 12-yes, 15-no, and 1-abs. The original motion then carried with 20-yes and 6-no. Administration Sen. Karp introduced a motion to fund (2nd-Sen. kaulfuss). Sen. Thompson moved-to cut the allocation for general equipment (A1,2nd-Sen.Weinger) and tb was defeated with 10-yes, 16-no, and 2-abs. Then Sen. Weinger mooed (A2) tp change the. amount for equipment to $2,000 (2nd-Sen. Thompson) and the motion carried with 17Tyes, 9-no, and 2-abs. Sen. Thompson moved to delet the money for' meals and lodging (A3, 2nd-Sen. Weinger). A3 was defeated by a vote of 3-yes, 24-no, and 1-abs. Then the origdnal motion to fund Men's Intercollegiate Athletics was passed as amended with an adjusted total of $67,316.45 with a vote of 26-yes and 2-no. Women's Varsity Sports Sen. Kaulfuss moved to fund (2nd-Sen. Wicks) and the motion carried with 28-yes votes.

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(3) Men's Recreation Association Sen. Copp mov2d To fund, (2nd-Sen-Vicks) and then Sen. Weinger moved to strike the allocation for the trophies and awards (Al, 2nd-Sen. Thorn?son), and the motion carried with 21-yes, 1-no and 6-abs. Sen. Umina then moved to cut the allocation for Miscellaneous (A2, 2nd-Sen. Hutchinson), down to $1,000 and A2 was defeated by a vote of 1-yes, 25-no, and 1-abs. Then the original motion, with an adjusted budget of $10,194.41 carried by a vote of 27-yes. Womens' Recreational Association Sen. Weinger moved to fund.(2nd-Sen. Thompson) Then, Sen. Weinger mmved to amend (All to delete $250.00 for Award Night(2nd-Sen. Thompson). After a division of the house the motion was defeated by a vote of 6-yes, 18-no,and 4 abs..Sen. Kaulfuss (2nd-Ms. Sexton) moved to add $100 (A21 for handbooks to be available to more then the freshman, and $25 for publicity (total=$125). Then, A2 carried with 16-yes, 6-no, and 1-abs. Sen. Weil moved to delete the $1,000 for managers (A3, 2nd-Sen. Mantle). A3 was clearly defeated with 1-yes, 26-no and 1-abs. Ms. Sexton moved to allocate $83.50 for first aid (A4. 2nd-Sen. Wicks). A4 was defeated by 4-yes. 17-no, and 1-abs. The original motion with an adjusted budget of $3,65t. 00carr&'& with 27-yes votes. C The Wonen's Crisis Center Sen. Seiden moved for Special Orders of the Day to consider funding the women's crisis center,'and it carried. Then sen. Seiden moved to allocate $3,867 to the Women's Crisis Center (2nd-Sen. Wicks). Sen. Martin moved to alloca*e the money only after it has been reviewed by a committee of the SA chaired by Przsident Rddlo, and that this committe will have the power to release the funds when they deem necessary. (Al, 2ndSen. Ozolins) The amendment was defeated by a vote of 8-yes, 17-no, and 1-abs. Then the original motion then carried with 21-yes, and 8-abs. Bill 3 Sen. Wicks moved for Special Orders of the Day (2nd-Ms. Sexton), and it carried. Then Sen. wicks introduced the bill 12nd-sen. Seiden),-and it carried with 23-yes votes. United Music Organization It was noted that the adyusted budgetary recomendation was $10,217.50. Then, Sen. Wicks moved to fund the previous, (2nd-Ms. Sexton) and it carried with 25-yes votes. Blackfriars Sen. Bintz moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Weinger), and it carried with, 24-yes votes.. Sen. Weil moLed to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Charette), and it carried with 22-yes votes. Operations and Services Check Cashing Sen. Weinger moved 'to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Charette 1, and it carried with 20-yes and 3-abs. Lecture series Sen. wicks moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen'. Charette), and it carried with 23-yes votes. Legal Aids Ms. Rubenstein moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Wicks), and it carrie+d with 23-yes votes. Health care Sen* Hutchinson moved to fund as recornended (2nd-MS. Carter), and the

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motion carried with 22-yes votes. Publications Sen. Weil moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Slote) and the motion carried with 24-yes votes SASU Sen. Slote moved to fund as remended (2nd-Sen.w&il) and the motion carried with 19-yes, 1-lno and 3-abs. Prior Year Expenses Sen. Kaulfuss moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Ozolins), and it carried with 22-yes FICA Sen.weil moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Szn. Miller), and it carried with 22-yes, 1-no, and 0-abs. Reserve for Revenue Sharing Sen. Wicks moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Ms. Sexton), and Sen. Kaulfuss moved to amend, adding the stipulation that if the money is not used it shall be reimbursed to the students.(Al 2nd-Sen. Van Epps). A1 carried with 18-yes, 3-no, and 0-abs. then, the original motion carried as amended with 22-yes. Program Fund Sen.~eil introduced a motion to fund PF (2nd-Sen. Slote). Sen'r Kaulfuss moved to (Al) add a clause providing for for funding contingient on a full report on PPB1s budget.by the Treasurer of SA.(2nd-Sen. Weil) A1 was defeated with 4-yes, 17-no, and 0-abs.. The original motion carried with 21-yes and 1-no vote. Program Policy Board Sen. Kaulfuss moved to fund as follows (2nd-(Mr. Lochner), and it carried with 21-yes votes. GOVERNMENT L'xecut ive Sen. Martin moved to fund the executive (2nd-Mr. Lochner) and Ms. Rubenstein moved to amend (All adding $900.00 to the category of Admisfrapive Assistants for 3 more employees, each at a salary of $300.00, one to head each of 3 interest groups being; Women, Racial Minorities, and Veterans.(2nd-Sen. Weingc A1 carried with 20-yes and 1-no vote. Then the motion to fund the executive, as amended carried with a vote of 21-yes and 1-no. Free University Sen. Slote moved for Special Orders of the Day to fund the Free university, f2nd-Sen. Weil) and it carried. Then Sen. Slote moved to allocate $1,000 to the Free University Program (2nd-Sen. Weil), and it carried with 20-yes and 1-no vote. Accounting & Finance Sen. Bintz moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Miller), and the motion carried with 17-yes votes. Judiciary Sen. Weil moved to fund (2nd-Sen. Weinger). Then Sen. Weinger moved to amend the recomendation by omitting all categories and funding a total of $50.00 for Office Supplies.(Al, 2nd-Sen. Kaulfuss) A1 carried with 16-yes, 1-no, and 3-abs. he original motion as ameded carried with 17-yes votes. Senate Sen. Bintz moved to fund as recomended (2nd-Sen. Slote) and the motion carriec wcth 16-yes, 1-no, 2-abs. TOTAL BUDGET FOR 1973-1974 Sen. Slote moved to approve the budget of $396,258.05, wiht an SA fee of $32 (2nd-Sen. Mant1e)and it carried with 18-yes votes.

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Sen. Slate moved for Special Orders of the Day to discuss the appointment of Steve Sucher to SA Treasurer.(2nd-Sen. Wicks) the motion carried with 20-yes votes. Then the Senate approved the appointment with 21-yes votes. Friends of the Farm Workers Sen. Mantle moved for a Special Order of the Day to allocat~oney to FFW and it carried. Bill 4 Sen. Mantle moved to allocate $500.00 (2ndMs. Sexton) to Ka9en Tobin for-a guest lecure and it carried with 16-yes and 2-abs. Sen. Martin moved to adjourn (2nd-Ms. Sexton), and it carried with a unanimous hand vote. f The Senate stood adjourned at 12:30 A.M. (May 7, 1973) Maticulously Submitted, -. Susan Barth Senate Secretary LEASE NOTE: any vote tallies found in the minutes and not in the voting record were conducted by hand. Attendence: The following Senators were not present and had no proxy: Sen. Harmony, Sen. Kszystyniak, Sen. OIConnell, and Sen. Moore. The following Senators were not present for some part of the meeting and had the following proxies: Sen. McCarthy (subMs. Sexton) Sen. Houge (sub-Mr. Kaulfuss) Sen. Melech (subs-Ms. Rubenstein and Ms. Carter) Sen. Ellwanger (sub-Ms. Comer) Sen. 'Unima (subMr. Lochner) Sen. Copp (subsMs. Carter and Ms. Rubenstein)

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(BUDGET HEARING ON MAY 6 E 7, 1973 Sen. Anthony Sen. Bintz n n n n n n n n Y Y n n abs abs n n Y Y n IT n n Y n abs n Y Sen. Brutvan Sen. Bucher Sen. Charette Sen. Greeney Mr. Kaulfuss Sen. Hutchinson Sen. Jackson Sen. Karp Sen. Umina Sen. Mantle Ms. Sexton Sen. Melech Sen. Miller Sen. Nelson Sen. Ozolins Sen. Roman Sen. Seiden Sen. Slote Sen. Stewart Sen. Thompson Sen. Van Epps Sen. Weil Sen. Weinger Sen. Wicks Sen. Copp Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Martin Y Y abs abs n n Y Y ans n Y Y Y n Y Y n Y n n Y Y n Y n Y Y Y Y abs Y n Y Y n Y n n Y Y n Y n Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y Yc Y Y Y. Y Y Y n Y n n Y Y n Y n abs Y Y Y abs ri n Y Y n Y n n Y abs n abs *f~>tf:~note that "A" is an abreviation for amendment and that the "A's" pertain to the motion voted on directly following them

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Sen. Anthony Sen. Bintz Sen. Brutvan Sen. Bucher Sen. Charette Sen. Greeney Mr. Kaulfuss Sen. Hutchinson SP~. Jackson Sen. Karp SP~. Umina Sen. Mantle Ms. Sexton Sen. Melech Spn. Miller Sen. Nelson Sen. Ozolins Scn. Roman Sen. Seiden Son. Slote Sen. Stewart SPII. Thompson Sen. Weil Scn. Weinger Sen. Wicks Sen: Copp Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Martin Sen. Van Epps A1 Y Y n Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y abs Y Y abs Y Y abs Y Y Y abs Y Y Y abs Y Y A1 n Y n Y Y Y n n Y abs abs Y n abs Y Y n abs Y Y abs Y n n abs Y Y A1 n n n n n n n n abs n n abs n Y n Y n n abs Y Y abs Y n Y n n n A3 n n n n n n n n n n n Y n n n n n n n n n Y n n n abs n n A1 Y n n n n n Y Y n n Y Y n n n Y n n n n n abs n n n n Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y abs abs Y Y abs abs Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Bill J abs

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Sen. Anthony Sen. Bintz Sen. Brutvan Sen. Bucher Sen. Charette Sen. Greeney Mr. Kaulfuss Sen. Hutchinson Sen. Jackson. Sen. Karp Sen. Umina Sen. Mantle Ms. Sexton Sen. Melech Sen. Miller Sen. Nelson Sen. Ozolins Sen. Roman Sen. Seiden Sen. Slote Sen. Stewart Sen. Thompson Sen. Van Epps Sen. Weil Sen. Weinger Sen. Wicks Sen. Copp Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Martin n n n Y n Y n n Y Y Y n n n Y n n Y l-l* n Y Y Y n n n Y Y Y Y n n Y Y Y n Y Y n n n Y Y Y Y n n Y n Y n Y Y n Y Y Y n n Y Y Y n n n Y n' n Y Y Y n abs n n n n abs abs y Y n n n n Y Y. Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n n n n Y n Y n n n n Y Y Y abs abs abs abs y n n h n n Y Y n n n n 11 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n n n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y' Y Y n n n n n n n n n n n n Y n Y Y n abs abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n n n Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n n n n Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n n n Y Y n n n n n Y n n n Y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y n Y n Y Y Y Y Y n n n n n abs n Y Y n n abys Y n Y n n Y n Y abs A2 n n n n Y n n n Y h abs n Y Y n Y n Y Y Y n Y n n Y Y Y n

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Sen. Anthony1 Sen. Bintz Sen. Brutvan Sen. Bucher Sen. Charette Sen. Greeney Mr. Kaulfuss Sen. Hutchinson Sen. Jackson Sen. Karp Sen. Umina Sen. Mantle Ms. Sexton Sen. Melech' ye:~. Yille~ Sen. Nelson Sen. Ozolins gc.n. Roman Sen. Seiden Sen. Slote Sen. Stewart Sen. Thompson Sen. Van Epps Sen. Weil Sen. Wginger Sen Copp Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Martin Sen. Wicks Y n n n abs n Y Y Y Y Y n n n n n Y n abs n abs n n n Y, Y Y Y Y n Y Y n n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y Y n n Y n YC Y Y n Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y n Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y abs Y n abs n n n Y n Y Y Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y Y abs n.. Y n Y n n n Y n Y n n n Y Y n Y Y n Y n Y Y Y n Y n abs n n n Y n Y n n n Y Y Y Y Y n Y n Y n n n Y Y Y', 9bs Y n Y n Y n n n Y n Y Y Y n Y n Y Y Y Y n y n abs n Y Y Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n n abs y n abs y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y Y Y Y n Y n Y n n abs y n n n n Y n Y Y abs n Y abs y Y n Y n Y n n n n n n Y Y Y n Y n

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Sen. Anthony Sen. Bintz Sen. Brutvan Sen. Bucher Sen. Charette Sen. Greeney Mr. Kaulfuss Sen. Hutchinson Sen. Jackson Sen. Karp Sen. Umina Sen. Mantle 11s. Sexton Sen. Melech Sen. Miller Sen. Nelson Sen. Ozolins Sen. Roman Sen. Seiden Sen. Slote Sen. Stewart Sen. Thompson Sen. Van Epps Sen. Weinger Sen. Weinger Sen. Wicks Sen. Copp Sen. Ellwanger Sen. Martin Y abs Y Y abs

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION I SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 53. dKossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting c SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, September 4, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports a. President Redlo b. Vice-president Malave 6. Committee Reports 7. New Business Appropriation Bills a, Bill 5 b. Bill 6 c. Bill 7 .d. Bill 8 8. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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-: Student Association Senate 9th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting 'Minutes The meeting was called to order at 5:10 p.m. Senators not present were: Gary Anthony,Mary Bucher, Wendy Karp, Bill Kszystyniak, Elton Mantle (sub-Craig Martin), Jo-Melech, George Ozolins, Melissa Stewart,, Bob Slote, Roy Thompson, Tony Umina, Alan -Weinger, and Tim Kopp. Sen. Harmony moved to approve'the agenda and Maria moved to approve the minutes. Both motions were seconded and carried by hand votes. -EXECUTIVE REPORTS C President Bob Redlo welcomed the senate and ex~lained the restructuring of the executive branch of S.A. ; new additions are: an office of National Affairs. Women's Affairs (coordinator-Marianne Rubenstein). Student Affairs (coordinator-~011~ Charette) Internal Affairs (coordinator-Bob Slote). and Public Relations(coordinator-Sandv Miller). < He then went on to discuss in detail the new development; of the Student Assembly, Legal Aids, and Centro Bus Company. Vice-president Mario Malave said hello to everyone and went on to discuss the committee structure and appointments for this year, explaining that if anyone was dissatisfied they should feel free to speak to him about it. He also expressed his desire that the senate conduct itself in an orderly, but less formal manner this year. The resignations of A1 Weinger, Jo Melech, Bob Slote, and Ed Mantle were read and accepted by the senate. Sen-. Harmony was appointed President Pro-tem by a hand vote of 10 in favor and 5 opposed. --. Mike Carlito (PPB) announced the monthly schedule of movies, events, -'and major concerts, explaining the dificulty of publicity, and asked all senators to-keep their constituencies informed of current events. COMITTEE REPORTS bays and Means The com.itteels minutes were read and discussed. NEW BUSINESS Bill 5 Jeff opened discussion, and after debate the bill carried with 17-yes votes, BilL.6 When a vo-te was taken on this bill, the senate failed to produce a quorum, so the meeting ended. Bill 5 All 17 senators present voted in favor of the bill : mintz, Sylvia Greeney Maria Roman, Jim Van Epps, Howard Hogue, Holly Charette, Marie Brutvan, Bob Nelson, Jo Hutzhinson, John Weil Jeff Wicks, Any Seiden, Cahti McCarthy, Jerome OtConnell, Craig Martin, and Ann Miller, and Dan Harmony)

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th. Legislative Session 3rd. Senate Meeting September 4, 1973 WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE REPORT This year the Ways and Means Committee will begin the practice of having "minority opinions'' in the minutes along with the recommendations of those in the majority. In other words, if a member of this committee dissepts from the recommendation of the majority, he may, if he or she wishes, write an opinion.into the minutes. This practice will not bemadatory, but merely exists as an effort to get away from the past practice of having only majority opinions in the minutes. I. FOOTBALL CLUB request fro3 S.A. : $3,000.00 Football Club, in addition to the $3,000 requested from S.A., plans on an income of an additional $3,000, promising to pay half of this back to S.A.. So in effect, we are for practical purposes only allocating $1,500. We of &he committee have only one question.: If, the club for some reason fails to generate $3,000, does S.A. still get $1,500 back, or does it get back merely half of whatever income thet do produce ? ~ecomendations : We recommend the full funding of $3,00O.(vote:3-0-0) rationale : We consider this request fair in light of the fact that half of it will be returned. Also, considering the growing interest for football on this campus, we feel the requestrepresents student opinion. ~~ui~ment s1,no~J Home Game Costs $1,080 Away Game Costs $1,075 Miscellaneous $ 735 Grand Total 'm -1,500 total a'llocation $3,000. XI. J.V. Hockey Team -request from S.A. $1,000 recomendations : We recommend full funding of $1,000. Rationale : We consider this request fair, for one reason, because this $1,000 is not their entire bud et the teamsis getting an additional $1,604 from the budge$ ok the varsity

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Hockey Team. In addition, it was brought to our attention that the hockey team in its present state has an excess of seniors, all orrmost of whom sould be used first in games. This would mean that already recruited underclassmen would more or less vegetate this year. In light of the fact that hockey is the "number one" sport on this. campus, we consider a J.V. Hockey Team a practical idea (vote-3-0-0) \ meals and lodging $550 transportation $i,040 officials $350 equipment $664 sub-total -$= --1,604 Total $1,000 111. J.V.Basebai1 -request form S.A. $1,089 We are aware of the fact that the J.V. Basesball program was made a scapegoat at'last year 's budget meeting in an effort to cut the athletic budget via the entire J.V. program. (However J.V. Baseball alone suffered.) But, we fail to see a need for a J.V. Baseball program, especially when it has to come from the program fund. Also, in comparison to the rationale from the hockey team for their J.V. program, that of the Baseball program seems weak. Baseball has also drawn little supportt in past years, relatively speaking. Recommendations: We do not recommend funding for reasons mentioned above. ( vote-1-2-01 IV. General Athletic Equipment . -request from S.A. $713 This request is for equipment to be used by all athletic squads. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $713. Lime Shoe Laces Supporters Towels T-shirts Shells .. Oranges Total Ratonale : These items are all items that cannot, obviously, be used from year to year or items that wear quickly. We therefore feel that athe request is fair. General Note: We feel that the Senate should explore the possibility of funding these and all future requests on a one-semesterat-a-time basis,-so that half of each funding would come out or each semester's program fund, not all out of one semester's. This might also eliminate the possibility of an additional .request next semester.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 games 0. cMossgrabet President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 3rd Seante Meeting 1 The Student Association Senate' empowers the following committees of the Senaterwith the designated responsibilities: Senate Rules Committee To compose a weekly agenda for the Student Association Senate, To make recommendations as to committee referals of specific legislation, To provide the Senate with knowledge of pre-existing legislation of the Senate which could affect the execution of current hro. posed legislation, To propose necessary legislation to facillitiate the internal operations of the Student Association. Ways and Means Committee To suggest legislation pertaining to revenue bills, 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 statue. Senate Student Affairs Committee To propose legislation to the Senate in all areas of student affairs, To provide the Senate with information as to the desires and needs fo the student popolation. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Senate Election and Constitutional Revision Committee 1. To supervise and oversee all elections under the auspices of the Student Association, 2. To propose 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 of successful -. completion of all-Student Association Elections. 4. To supervise the execution of all referendums to be presented to Student Association 5. To present &econunendations as to the qualifications of all executive court appointments, 6. To present appropriate legislation to facillitate the operations ,of the Student Association Judiciary, 7.' To prescribe legislation in the area of Constitutional and Bylaw and Operational Document revision, 8. To advise the Senate as to the constitutionality of current propsed liegislation. Senate Academic Affairs Committee 1. To propose legislation to the Senate in all areas of academic concern, 2. To sidceminate all knowledge of current legislation before the Faculty Assembly, 3. To serve the Senate as an adademic advisory in the areas of curriculum, mediation and other current academic concerns.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE \ STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 11, 1973 Senate Agenda Tuesday, September 11, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave b) Program-Policy Board C) Jeff Wicks 6. Committee Reports a) Internal Affairs b) Student Affairs C) Academic Affairs d) Judiciary and Constitutional Revision e) Ways and Means 7. Old Business a) Bill 6 b) Bill 7 c) Bill 8 8. New Business a) Bill 9 b) Bill 10 C) Bill 11 d) Resolution 3 9. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association -: Senate State University College at Oswego 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting .. I Sept., 11, 1973 -.. -............... The meeting was called.to order at 6:05, Senators not present were: Maria Roman, Jerome OtConnell, Dan Harmony, Bill Kszystyniak (sub-Lonnie Faulter), MeliPsa Stewart, and Sen. Sachi. A motion was entertained to approve the minutes and agenda, and after the agenda was amended to include Resolution.4, they both carried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Mario re~orted that there are 11 seats in the Senate vacant. ~ Gail off' (PPB) angwered questions on policy and future-plans. Bob Redlo reborted that the leeal aides council met. with success. They expect io publish a copy Gf the new drug laws for students. Also nominations are-needed for the positions of Supreme Court, Off Campus Court, and Student Representative of Academic Assembly. Jeff discussed the present financial situation of the Program Fund, I in relation to recent and expected budget requests, warning the senators that we are spending very quickly, and lavishly. COMMITTEE REPORTS Internal Affairs Student Affairs Academic Affairs Ways and Means Bob Nelson announced the meeting time to be Monday at 3 Holly Charette expressed the need for more volunteers, and the metting will be on Wednesday, at 3:30. Sylvia Greaney announced meeting day to be Tuesday. Jeff Wicks announced meeting at 4:00 on Thursdays. OLD BUSINESS I Bill 6 was introduced to-thefloor~by Sen. Weil and Nelson. The bill carried with a vote of 22-ves, 1-no, and 1-abs. Bill 7 was introduced to the floor b; Sen. -~eil and Hogue, and carried with 18-yes, 4-no, and 0-abs. Bill 8 This bill was introduced by Sen. Weil and Martin, and was defeated 'by a vote of 0-yes, 20-no, and 3-abs, NEW BUSINESS Bill 9 was introduced to the floor by Sylvia Greeney and Ann Miller, and carried with 23 yes votes: (unanimous) Bill 10 was sponsored by ~oli~ Charette and Jeff and friendly amended to read the amount $1,671.78. After much discussion, Craig martin moved the question and it carried. It originally carried with a-vote of 10-yes, 9-no, and 4-abs. After 2 divisions of the house, the final vote was 11-yes, 12-no, 1-abs. The bill was defeated. Bill 11 Was introduced by Sen. Bucher and Charette. Then, Holly moved to table until such time when Sen. Harmony can be present to speak for his bill (2nd-by Ann). It was tabled with a unanimous hand vote. Res'. 3 After discussion Jo Hutchinson moved to table until such time as the sponsors re-worded it (2nd-Sen Moore), the motion carried with 14-yes, 7-no, and 1-abs. Res. 4 was sponsored by Cathi McCarthy and Bob Nelson and carried with a unanimous hand vote of 19-yes,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE -0SWEG0, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 11, 1973 Ways and Means Committee Minutes 8Members Present: Miller, OIConnell, Roman, Wicks Others Present: Assistant Student Association Treasurer The Committee would like to caution the Senate as to the situation which has arisen concerning the Program Fund. If the Senate grants every request that has come to the committee already (to be dealt with by the Senate within the next two meetings) the Senate will have allocated over $10,000.00---2/3 of the $15,000.00 Program Fund. We as a Senate have to deal with this problem soon because a situation like this has never risen before. I. Check-cashing safe Representative: Steve Sucher Reques?: $755.35 --. .-. Discussion For the past two years, the Hewitt Union has generously-let us use their safe for check-cashing because they had no dire need for it. Now, according to Mr. Sucher, the Union needs it back to keep funds from the Rathskeller and the Candy Store--both of which are new. Mr. Sucher has done an excellent job of researching the possibilities of finding the least expensive deal on a safe. Rec omrnendations: We do not recommend funding at this time. (Vote3-1-0 Rationale: We ask that Mr. Sucher explore the possibility of sharing the safe we have now with the Rathskeller and the Candy Store.. We feel that this is reasonable in light of two things: (1) if after this possibility is explored and negative results are discovered, we will probably recommend funding; (2) the present situation concerning the Program Fund. 11. Sheldon Forensic League Request: $2,824.18 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE UNIVERS STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE ITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association Page 2 State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative SessTon 4th Senate Meeting September 11, 1973 Ways and Means Committee Minutes 11. Sheldon ForensSc League (cont.) Sheldon F0rensic.i~ asking Senate for an amount which is an increase of approximently $1200.00 more than their request and budget last year. It breaks down as follows: Tournaments (12) ......................... $2,379.18 Office Supplies and Debate Publications -115.00 State Individual Events-Championship at Oswego250.00 The League leaves us the option of funding them all at once or on a semester basis. Recommendations: We'do not recommend funding at this time. (Vote4-0-0) --. .Rationale: The representatives from the League tried to justify their increased request by saying that they found it difficult to operate last year with only $1600.00; they also have an increased membership-but we noted that they are still sending the same number of people as last year to each tournament. Therefore the "increased membership" rationale doesn't really hold-water. An extended tournament program as opposed to last year might be a better rationale. The League, in another attempt to justify their increased budget request, told us that they are handling some of their expenses on their owm, such as a flight to London for a tournament, a publication of a magazine and a demonstration debate to be held here at Oswego. The committee feels that this is no rationale for what is in our opinion an outrageously high request. We suggest that the following be done: (1) make and submit a more moderate request (2) This should be done after the following points are considered: (a) The League has told us that their guests coming to Oswego are staying in dormitory guest rooms. Yet when they travel, they are staying in motel rooms. We suggest HMIITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administralive Assistant Student Association Page 3 State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 11, 1973 Ways and Means Committee Minutes (cont.) 11. Sheldon Forensic League (cont.) #that the do as their guests would, and make arrangements to stay in dorms. (b) For tournaments atrelatively nearby places such as Brockport,Buffalo and Cortland, to name a few, we suggest that they do not stay overnight. (The Football Team for example, is going to and coming from Scranton, Pa. in one day. (c) In some instances the League should consider paying for their own food and/or transportation if they can not find another way to cut corners. (d) The League has made a request for $275.00 for a tournament at Harvard which is-not even definate. We feel that this. iq,unreasonable on the part of the League. The Committee, after such a 2nd request is submitted, has agreed that we would recommend funding on a one-semester at a time basis, if at all. GENERAL NOTE: THE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE MEETINGS WILL HEWln UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, ~epm 18, 1973 1, Call to Order 2, Roll Call 3, Approval of Agenda 4, Approval of Minutes 5, Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave 6, Committee Reports a) Internal Affairs b) Student Affairs c) Academic Affairs d) Judiciary and Constitutional Revision e) Ways and Means 7. Old Business a) Bill #11 b) Resolution #3 8. New Business a) Bill #12 b) Bill #13 c) Bill #14 d) Bill #15 9, Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting Minutes September 18, 1973 The meeting was called to order at 6 p.m.. Senators not present-were: Jim Bintz (sub-~arianne Rubenstein1,Ann Miller came late (sub-Chris Noland), Dan Harmony, Melisaa Stewart, Kenny Umina, Kathy McMahon, Sen. Sachi, Dennis Rundle, Eileen McHugh, After a motion to approve' the agenda was entertained, Sen. Weil moved to amend the agenda, to include Bill i6 in its proper order., The amendnment, and the original motion both carried. A motion was entertained to approve the minutes, and it carried. 6 Sylvia Greeney called for a special order of the day to consider bill 17 (2nd-Marianne Rubenstein). After 4 divisions of the house, the motion carried, by a vote of 15-yes and 7-no. Bill 17 was then discussed at length, and passed with 14-yes, 7-no, and 1-abs. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Mario introduced the two newly elected senators, Walter Fleming and Barb Hanschke. He also read the resignation of~Arny Seiden and Ft was reluctantly excepted by a hand vote. COMMITTEE REPORTS,(ACADEMIC AFF&) Sylvia reported that themngs will be at 5 on Tuesdays, and they plan on dealing with 4 major projects now: Women's Studies, Faculty Evaluation, Student Reps in each Department, and Library Lending System. 7 OLD BUSINESS Bill 11 The bill was informally sponsored by Bob Nelson (in the absence of Dan Harmony). Bob moved to amend the bil1,deleting the claus concerning the by-laws, and after. The amendment carried by a handvote, 19 in favor. Then, the amended bill carried with 23-yes votes Resolution 3 There was no motion to discuss NEW BUSINESS Bill. 12 After discussion, the motion carried, with 12-yes, 6-no, 4-abs. Bill 13 The motion was passed by 20-yes, and 2-abs. Bill 14 Jeff, on behalf of the committee moved tt~ amend the amount to $273.50. The motion carried with a hand vote of 20 in favor. Then, the bill as amended carried with 20 yes votes. Bill 15 Jeff moved to amend to $390.27, and the bill was passed as amended with 21-yes votes Bill 16 After discussion Jeff moved to refer to the finance committee for further investigation, and then Maria and John removed their motion to discuss it. the 'bill fell oTf the floor Bill 18 was taken from Bill lrand made up of the part previously deleted It carried with a vote of 22 in favor. Fill 19 I Lmartin moved to instruct the executive to appoint an administrative assistant to investigate the accusations made to Ann Moore during the meeting, and to report to the senate on this matter. The motion also

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE REPORT Members present: Weil, Wicks, Falco. Note: As of 9/17 there is $9155.50 remaining in the program fund ($5844.50 has been allocated out of $15,000.00). I. Sheldon Forensics League Request: $1,055.58 (one semester) Discussion: This is the League's second request and it has been cut by $616.20 from their last request. Four tournaments Buffalo, Brockport, Ithaca, and Albany, have been cut from their first-semester schedule. Although on the average more members are participating in each event, the League has managed to come up with a more moderate request. Recommendations:The committee recommends full funding, broken down as follows : Debate supplies: $75.00 Organization fees: $30.00 Tournaments (4): $950.58 Total: $1055 .58 Rationale: We feel that this is a much more moderate request and that the League has made an effort to cut down their budget. (vote: 3-0-0) 11. Rugby Club Request: $606.30 Discussion:The figure of $606.30 represents a one-semester request. We feel that it should be mentioned that the original request was $726.50 and that cuts have been made already, with the agreement of the representative of the Rugby Club. The committee and the representative agreed to cut their schedule from 10 games to 8 games this semester (4 home, 4 away) as they had last year, thus saving $120.20.The request breaks down as follows: Transportation: $336.00 Referee Expensei $100.00 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE REPORT ...................... 9/18 Phone Expense: $ 20.00 Mail Expense: $ 1.80 Randall's Island Tourney : $123.00 Miscellaneous : $ 2.50 Lime : $ 24.00 Total: $606.30 Recommendations: We recommend funding (vote: 3-0-0). Rationale: The Senate should keep in mind that this semester's request has already been cut $120.20. We feel that any more cuts would figuratively castrate the Rugby program and that no more cuts can possibly be made. The Club in the past has shown us its growing popularity as a campus intercollegiate club sport.. It draws a large crowd at each game. Interest in the sport seems to parallel our recommendations. 111. Oswego Industrial Arts Association Request: (one semester): $473.50 Discussion: The request is roughly broken down as follows: A. Operating Expenses: $232.50 B. Professional Conventions:106.00 C. O.I.A.A. sponsored projects for 73-74: 135.00 TOTAL : $473.50 Recommendations: We recommend $200 be cut from the request, to bring it to a total of $273.50. (vote: 3-0-0). Rationale: The Assoc professional speakers ation). None of these iation asks for $150 this semester for (including meals, lodging, and transportspeakers have bben confirmed; thus we feel the Association should not ask for these funds at this time. Also, the Association asks for $50 for a Christmas display they intend to build in front of Culkin Hall. Since it is in front of Culkin, we feel that the possibility of FSA funding the project should be explored. IV. Karate Club Request: (one semester): $565.00 Discussion: This request figure represents an amount reached HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy Presideni of The Senate Administialive Assistant WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE REPORT .......................... 9/l 8....p. 3. after cuts amounting to $221.00 were made in committee with the agreement of the representative. This request is broken down as follows: Instructional Fee5 $475.00 Tournament Expenses: 90.00 TOTAL : $565.00 Recommendations: We recommend $237.50 be cut from the request; bringing it to a new figure of $327.50 Rationale: The Club meets 3 times a week; the instructor is there twice a week at S.A.'s expense. We feel that once a week would be more than adequate (the $237.50 cut represents 1 less appearance a week by the instructor) and that the members do more work on their own in preparation for the instructor. Note: Today's Program Fund requests add up to a total of $2700.38 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting Senate Agenda Tuesday, Sept. 25, 1973 T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports a. Vice-president ~alavg b. Senator Ann Moore c. Bob Redlo Committee Reports a. Internal Affairs b. Student Affairs c. Academic Affairs d. Judiciary and Constitutional Revision e. Ways and Means Old Business a. Resolution #3 8. New Business a. Bill #19 b. Bill#20 9. Adjournment HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602'

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12 Senate Meeting Minutes November 6, 1973 The meeting was called to order promptly at 6:00 pm. Senators not present wers: Gary Anthony, Jim Bintz, Sylvia Greeneg, Dan Harmony, Howard Hogue,'Darlene Jackson, Alice Maguire, (sub-Sue ~tephan) Kathy McCarthy, Eileen NcHugh, Kathy McMahon, Jerome O'Connell, Kenny Umina, Rick Ilandley, Xch Scanlon, Nary Bucher, Herb Hammond, Jeff moved to alter the a&nda putting Bill 38 and 39 before Bill 35 due to the fact that many peo~le fro? clubs requestine money are present. It carried, and the agenda was ap~roved. The Finance Committee minutes were approved, allocating $loo to German Club, The Senate minutes from last week were approved. t EXECUTIVE: RF;PORTS Mario announced that Paul Lefebure won the election for Student Assembly representative, and that Leslie Kirschner is the new commuter senator, Also announced, there will be an OPINION BOOTH concerning the PROBLEYS OF THE PRESIDENCY, to write letters to respective assemblyman, congressman, and other governmental re~resentatives, eqressing student's views on the situation, NEW BUSLINESS Bill 38 John Weil moved to amend the bill to allocate only $20 for office supplies. At first, the amendment carried with 9-yes and 8-no, but then a,ft~r a division of the house, the amendment (~1) was defeated by a-vote of 7-yes and 10-no. Uraig moved to amend to $1,010 to include flight instruction(A2) and office suaplies and the amendment was defeated, by a vote of 7-yes, 9-no and 1-abs, after a division of the house. Finally the original bill was defeated with 0-yes, 15-no, and 2-abs, Bill 39 John Weil moved to amend by cutting $200 for the reception of the -requested, changinq the amouxt to $1,52290, but this amendment(~1) was defeated by a vote of 4-yes, 12-no, and 1-abs, The bill then carried as originally reauested., by a vote of 15-yes, and 2-30 votes. Bill 35 was postponed for one week until sena.tors could get back to their constituencies on the matter by a hand vote. Bill 364fter discussion, Jeff Wicks withdrew his sponsorship, and the bill was defeated by a vote of 8-yes ad 11-no Bill 37 after an extensive report from the club on the situation, the senate voted in favor of the bill with 18 unanimous yes votes,

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Chzrette Faulter Fl enming Hanscke Hutchinson Karp Stephan Miller Nelson Roman Van Fnps Weil Wicks Re i sman B!-ood Wexler See Kirschner Rill 77 vhich zllows the Football 2li~b tn use the incorie it h~d been ~rev.i o~lslv comni t-ked to yay S .A. for btll?, etc.. ?vld iqrhi ckl sti.nv!ates that S.A. members -rill be char~ed $l.OQ zdni-ssSon to thc xT.C .S .A. bo7-rl gqrnefincome revertin? to S.A..), was si~ned by+the President. Bill 39 alloca,tine 91,722.QO to the Native American Brotherhood, was signed by the President.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administ,-alive Assistant September 25, 1973 WAYS E MEANS COMMITTEE -MINUTES Members present:Falco, O'Connell, Roman, Weil, Wicks. *NOTE : There is $5,929.85 left in the Program Fund. I. Football Club Request: $240.00 Discussion: These funds, if granted, are for the purpose of sending Oswego Football fans on two buses to Rochester to watch a game at St. John Fisher College. They expect two busloads of spectators, and will charge each person one dollar. (If enough people are there to fill three buses, this extra dollar apiece will go towards payment for the 3rd bus; if not, this extra dollar ap
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administ;ative Assistant 6th Senate Meeting Sept. 25, 1973 Ways E Means Committee Minutes, p.2. publicity: $10.00 sub-total: $85.00 2. Movie: "Behold a Pale Horse" rental: $37.50 publicity:10.00 subtotal: 47.50 1 3. International Smorgasbord: decorations: $10.00 food : 300.00 place settings: 20.00 publi'city : 25.00 subtotal: 355.00 TOTAL : $487.50 The biggest division is the International Smorgasbord an event to which all language groups contribute. Last year, SA contributed nothing for the smorgasbord and the Club charges $1.00 per person which covered all expenses. The event was very successful (300 people). The price of food, needless to say, has gone up and not as much will be donated, as it was last year thus, the Club does not feel that it can handle the expenses without the S.A.'s help, although they admit that if they were to charge admission they could get by, but with great difficulty. Recommendations: (1) We recommend allocation of $132.50 for the aforementioned films; and (2) we recommend $100.00 for the International Smorgasbord (vote on part 1: 5-0-0; vote on part 2: 3-2-01, Rationale: The films, both excellent and open to the entire campus, are cut to minimal cost. The smorgasbord, we feel, is an extravagance, and as the club has admitted, they can get by without the entire $355.00. Therefore, we feel that $100.00 for the event is more than enough. (Total recommended: $232.50). 111. Judo Club Request: $450 (1st semester) Discussion: The request breaks down as follows: Instructor's fee: $400.00 Transportation: 50.00 TOTAL : $450.00 HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant 6th Senate Meeting Sept. 25, 1973 Ways E Means Committee Minutes, p.3. The Club meets three times a week for two-hour sessions. Their budget is about the same as last year's. (Last year they had two instructors at two nights a week; this year they have one instructor at three nights a week, plus an instructor oneac a week that volunteers his services. There are about 20 people that come regularly to practices. They have tournaments this year for which $50 transportation (car) is requested. Recommendations: We recommend full funding. (vote: 5-0-0). Rationale: Since the budget balances to about the same as last year in spite of the one added night practice a week, and the transportation request is minimal in our opinion, we feel the request is fair. IV. Yoga Club Request: $295 (one semester) Discussion: This request is entirely for the instructor's fee for this new club. (This includes his transportation from Syracuse). The Club, which has about 30 members, will be meeting on an experimental basis for 15 sessions this semester. Recommendations: We recommend full funding. (vote: 5-0-0). Rationa1e:It should be mentioned here that the representative agreed to cut the amount from $400.00 to $295.00. Given this, and the fact that the club is new and needs to experiment (and that the request is not high considering the number of members), we think the request is fair. NOTE: With the approval of the committee's minutes by the Senate, request #1 is denied and request #4 is granted because both requests are under $300. **** TODAY'S REQUESTS ADD UP TO $1,472.50. IF ALL OF THESE REQUESTS ARE GRANTED, THERE WILL BE $4,457.35 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 2, 1973 SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, Oct. 2, 1973 1 ) Call to Order 2) Roll Call 3) Approval of Agenda 4) Approval of Minutes 5) Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave 6) Committee Reports Internal Affairs Student Affairs Academic Affairs Judiciary and Constitutional Revision Ways and Means 7) Old Business a) Resolution #3 8) New Business 9) Adjournment HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting MINUTES October 2, 1973 As usual, the meeting began a bit after 6 p.m.. Senators not present were: Gary Anthony, Walter Fleming, Howard Hogue (sub-Dick Kaulfuss), Darlene Jacson, Craig Marfin (sub-Tony Brown), Cathi McCarthy (sub-Leslie Kirschner), Eileen McHugh, Kathy McMahon, and Dennis Rundle. With no objections, or formality, the agenda was amended to include Ed Falco, Mike Carlito and Dr. Rock. Motions were entertained to approve the amended agenda, and the minutes from the past two weeks, and they all carried with hand votes. EXECUTIVE REPORTS: Ed Falco (assistant Treasurer SA) reported on the year book's financial situation. Mike Carlito (PPB) read the schedule for this week. He then asked if the reports given each week to the Senate by PPB ever left the room, and of they did, in what manner. After no respnse, he encouraged the Senators to use the medium of word of mouth to publicize the PPB schedule-making the point, again that many people do not know "what's happening" until afterword. He also asked them to inform their constituencies that tickets for events are sold in Tyler Hall, at the front Box Office, from lpm 4pm each day. Mario announced the 3 new "unofficial" faculty senators for this year to be Joe Julian, Betty Reisman, and David See. He then asked the Senators not to abuse the provision to yield their speaking seate, as has been a frequent activity. Gomrnittee Reports Ways and Means A motion was made, 2nd-ed and carried to approve the finance committee minutes. Academic Affairs Mary reported that meeting are on Tuesdays at 5, and all are welcome,.^, whether a senator or not. OLD BUSINESS Res 3 A motion was made for discussion and after finding that it was a mistake on the agenda, was withdrawn. NEW BUSINESS Bill 21 Rick Handley opened discussion, and the motion carried with 19-yes, and 2-abs.. NOTE, later Dr. Rock informed the Senate that there was a bureaucratic problem with the wording of the bill, so it was later reconsidered. A clause was added by a friendly amendment, reading "The Oswego Day Care Center, in recognition of the educational benefits accruing to atudents, be ..." The bill was then again passed with a vote of 18-yes and 2-abs.. Bill 22 Senator Wicks moved to amend the amount allocated to $828, itemized as follow: Guest Speaker: $320, Films:$308, Festa Italians: $100, Smorgasbord: $100. The amendment carried. Then Senator Kaulfuss moved to further amend that

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only SA members be srar-te2 free 2dr-L~~ lcr 0.2 1, 5ut it was 2efez~ed. Then, ->3 -ended bill (All carried, with a vote of 16-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs. Bill 23 There was a slight change of wording to read "were" instead of will be spent, and the bill passed with 19-yes, 1-no, and 1-abs. sill 24 was discussed and paseed by a vote of 22-yes votes. Dr. Rock then brought a few matters to the Senate, expressing a desire for student input concerming these matters: Smoking in classrooms, use of alcohol at athletic activities, and the constant swearing going on at the games. Anyone with ideas, or opinions is welcome to come and discuss them with him, in his office, or the tavern. The Senate Adjourned at approximately 8:30 p.m. VOTING RECORD Oct 2, '73 bintz brutvan bucher charette faulter greeney hanschke kaulfuss hutchinson karp brown Maguire Kirschner Miller Nelson 0 Connell Roman Umina Van Epps Weil Wicks Handley Bill 21 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y A1 ~5 Y n Y n Y n Y n abs n Y n Y n n Y n Y Y n n Y Y n. Y n Y n Y n9 n n n n Y .n n abs n n Y Y n Y n n Bill Bill Bill 22 23 24 -Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y abs Y Y Y Y *n Y n Y. YY Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs y Y YY Y Y Y .Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Bill 2.1 (RECONSIDERATION Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y abs Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant October 2, 197 3 WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE MINUTES Members present: Falco, OtConnell, Miller, Roman, Weil, Wicks, Banks. (The Committee welcomes Sharon Banks, a senior from Hart Hall, to its membership. The Committee voted unanimously to include her as a member). NOTES a. There is $6,041.35 left in the Program Fund (due to the President's veto of the J.V. Baseball bill, adding $1,089). b. It has been brought to the chairman's attention that he does not vote in committee, so take that into consL[deration when the tallied votes don't seem to add up in this report. I. Day Care Center Request: $1,500.00 (one semester) Discussion: The request this year for one semester equals the total allocation last year from S.A., but there are two reasons for this: (1) last year Senate told the representatives of the Day Care Center to get the rest of the funds from F.S.A., who in turn refused because they had already donated the building that they use, and(2), last year they were funded heavily by the P.E.P. program, but this is not in existence any more. If this request is cut to last year's total, the Center will lose one of its two part=time teachers. The total budget of the Center is $39,000.00, so it is obvious that S.A.'s possible allocation would only be a fraction of what they need. They have other sources of funds: church organizations, private individuals who donate money and supplies, F.S.A., which donates the building and its upkeep, about 60 students per semester who donate their services, parents who donate food if they can afford it, the United Way Program which donates $4,440 per year, and the Federal Government, which reimburses the working-poor parents in addition to subsidizing the teachers and some students who are on workstudy programs at the Center. The Center has about 30 children. It costs the Center about HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate W & M COMMITTEE $30 per week to it actually pay nothing at all, T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant care for each child. Only those who can afford this weekly fee. Some parents pay much less or depending on their financial situation. The Center, of course, loses money on this; there are twelve such parents whose children are involved with the Cententhe Center cannot get funds from SAY Sally Soluri, the Director of the Center, can only let five of these twelve children stay (that is, going under the assumption that these five can possibly get fund from social-services). These twelve parents are alL~~~~ students; what is in question here, therefore, is seven children who will not be able to go to the Center if S.A. does not allocate $1500.00. Recommendations: The Committee recommends full funding of $1,500.00. (vote: 5-0-1) Rationale: This request is minimal when compared to their total $39.000.000 budget. They have, in our opinion, made every possible effort to research ways to find other sources of funding; some of these efforts have been successful, some haven't. We also consider this to be a reasonable recommendation since these funds would be going directly towards helping only S.U.C.O. student-parents. It is also important to mentlon here that when considering any request, both the Committee and the Senate must take into consideration what the consequences of not funding a particular group would be. In other words, it j. 1s our opinion that not funding the Center would prove disasterous to those involved. 11. Italian Club Request: $1,153.00 (this semester) Discussion: The request breaks down as follows: Guest Speaker: $320.00 Films (2) 308.00 Festa Italiana: 200.00 International Smorgasbord: 325.00 TOTAL: $1,153.00 (The Club, which has about 50 aecbhaes members, makes it clear to us that all events are open not only to the campus, but to the town as well.) Their last year's request totaled $800.00 in the HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant W E M COMMITTEE, p.3. Oct.2, 1973 Spring (they had no fall request). The guest speaker is a professor from University of Buffalo. The four films have English subtitles (the film festival last year was very successful). The Festa Italiana is an event sponsored by the Club at which they hope to have 300 people. The Smorgasbord request is for their part of the event which involves all language groups. Recommendations: We recommend: a). $100.00 for the International Smorgasbord; (vote:6-0-0). b). $320.00 for the guest speaker. (vote: 4-1-01. c). $154.00 for the films. (vote: 6-0-0). dl. $100.00 for the Festa Italiana. (vote: 6-0-0). TOTAL RECOMMENDED: $674.00 Rationale: (a). We agreed that $100.00 was fair for the Smorgasbord because this is what we gave Spanish Clyb for this event, thereby setting $1C0.00 as a standard figure forall groups requesting funds for this event. (b) We found that nothing could be reasonably cut from the speaker request, especially in light of the fact that the Club set this event as their #1 priority. (c)The Committee thinks that four films is too much for this semester considering the fact that they have two other big events (The Club should decide by itself which films it want to use the money for). (dl The representatives of the Club told the Committee that if they didn't receive full funding for the Festa Italiana event, they would probably be able to get the rest from 3rd Curriculum. We feel that our recommendations in this respect are fair. Minority Opinion Report I dissent from the majority in the recommendations for the Films, category (c) above. The Committee members spoke many times of a comparison to our allocation for films to Spanish Club. In other words, the members seemed to feel that only recommending monies for two films was fair because that's what we recommended for Spanish Club. But they insisted that this really had nothing to do with their recommendations and that there were other reasons why this part of the request was cut (this, please remember, is only my personal observation it, I admit, could possibly be completely non-factual). But the committee members are seemingly ignoring the fact that Spanish Club only requested funds enough for two films. I think that if the Italian Club request had come prevlous to the Spanish Club's, they would have probably gotten funds enough for all-four films. But since it came later, it seems to me that the committee members are fucding pme club purely on the basis of what it funded another club. (Also important to remember is the fact that the Italian Film Festival was extremely successful last year). -Jeff Wicks. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate W E M COMMITTEE MINUTES, p.4. T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Oct. 2, 1973 111. Tai Chi Chuan Workshop Request: $275.00 (one semester). Discussion: The request breaks down as follows: Sparing Equipment: $175.00 Instructional Fee: $100.00 Total: $275.00 The Club has more than 30 members. It meets six times a week at one-hour sessions. Last year their request was only $102.00 for the entire year. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $275.00 (vote: 6-0-0) Rationale: The representative of the group maintains that the sparing equipment is vital, and we agree. Also, $100.00 for an instructor to come for six-hour sessions a week seems more than reasonable. NOTE: TODAY'S REQUESTS ADD UP TO A TOTAL OF $2,928.00. IF ALL OF THESE REQUESTS ARE GRANTED IN FULL, THERE WILL BE $3,113.35 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE 1 JNIVERS STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE ITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1973 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant October 9, 1973 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Ageada Approval of Minutes Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave Committee Reports a) Internal Affairs b) Student Affairs C) Academic Affairs d) Judiciary and Constitutkonal Revision e) Ways E Means New Business a) Bill #25 b) Bill #26 c) Bill #27 HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Stuber? Assoclatlon State University Colleg at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 9, 1973 MINUTES The meeting was called to order as soon as a quorum arrived, a little after 6 p Senators not present were: gary anthony, mary bucher, sylvia greeney,dan harmon joe hutchinson, tony brown, cathi mccarthy (sub-leslie kirschner1,eileen mchugh jerome o'connel, kenny umina, jkm van epps, and john weil (sub-chuck dinatale) Chuck DiNatale moved to amend the agenda to include bill 28, and it carried, an was-approved. Onnie Faulter moved to approve the minutes, and it so carried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS PPB "k~olaid'~ reported that Sweet Medicine will be here this wednesday and thu day, Albatross on Sat, the 20th, also PPb is planning a Haloween filem festiva at the appropriate time. Ijarlem Globe Trotters will be here on the 28 of Oct. Also, PPB is considering hiring buses for conerts out of town. Mario reported that there will be elections for one commuter senator and for E representative to Student Assembly, on October 29. NEW BUSINESS Bill 25 Jeff moved to Table for 1 week, and it carried Bill 26 Chuck DiNatale introduced it to the floor, and Howard moved to table, and it carried with 11-yes, 6-no, and 1-abs. Bill 27 was discussed and passed with 18-yes, and 1-abs. Bill 28 Chuck DiNatale moved to table for 1 week, and it carried. The Senate adjourned at approximately 7:30 pm. * Z a, I ST. ,., S S ,. .*. ,. Z ,. I ,.,,. a. a. -9. ,. 2. ,. ... ,. a. ,. a*. ,. -9. ,.:.:. .. .. a. ,. -1. ,. -9. ,.:. . I*. ,. J. ,. ... ,.+++++++++++++++++++++++++f:fif:Z~fi*f:f:f:f:Lf~:':f~*f:fif:f:~:f:f:f:f:fi VOTING RECORD, OCT 9 (all other legislation voted on by hand -votes) : Wntz Brutvan Charette Faulter Flemming Greeney Hanschke Hogue Jackson Karp Maguire K%f schner Miller Nelson Roman DiNatale Wicks Handley Scanlon Reisman Bill 27

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Adrnin~stralive Assistant Student'!-Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 9, 1973 WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE MINUTES Members present: Banks, Falco', Of Connell, Miller, Roman, Wicks. NOTE: THERE IS $3,438.35 -LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. I. Oswego State Folk Dancer's Associatmnn Request: $80.00 Discussion: This is a new club which has about 20 active members and meets once a week for 2% hours. At the present time they have no materials whatsoever to use. These monies, if granted, would go solely towards the purchase of records. Recordings of this type are relatively expensive (e.g. $1.75 for a single 45 r.p.m.1. The pepresentative of the group told the Committee that he belonged to a group at Syracuse University which used much more than $80 worth of records in other words, this request is minimal for their purposes. He also told us that he will be continually looking for inexpensive ways to get records. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $80.00.(Vote: 3-0-0) Rationale: As far as we can see, this groups activity has potentially wide appeal. In light of this, $80.00 seems to be not only minimal but a very fair request. 11. Student Wives Association Request: $240.00 Discussion: A representative of this group contacted us rjust prior to our meeting on Thursday and notified us of the possibility that they may never be able to attend a Ways and Means committee meeting because most of the group's members work at 4:00 on Thursdays. However, the representative also told us that illthey will be at the Senate meeting, 10/9/73. Thus, we decided not to make any recommendation and to let the Senate "act" as aWays and Means Committee Tuesday night. (This is why this is written up as a bill, even though the request is less than $300.00. We wanted this bill, for the reason stated above, to have a seperate place on *he agenda.) 1II.Rifle Club (S.U.C.O. Buckeyes) HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate W & M, p.2. T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Oct. 9, 1973 Request: $1,00.00 Discussion: This request breaks down as follows: Rifles (4) : $940.00 Ammunition 20.00' Misc. 40.00 TOTAL: $1000.00 This is the Club's first request from S.A. They have about 26 members. Last year, the guns they used were loaned by the members of the gun club here in the city. They were told this year, however, that this would not be possible. They fired weekly at a range which had a 4-gun capacity at the W. Baptist Church, 3rd & Mohawk, Oswego. Recommendation: We do not recommend funding at this time (Vote: 5-0-0). Rationale: Because of four important questions that were raised by the Committee, we decided not to recommend funding: (1) We are unsure of the legality of Student Association funds being used to purchase firearms; (2) Where are these firearms to be stored and how can we be sure that Rifle Club members only will have access to them only at the time of practice? (3) The Club representative mentioned something about insurance funds but did not say where thk$ will come from. Do they come from S.A. or from elsewhere? (4) The most important question raised was that of liability : who is liable in case of a accident? Needless to say, the $10,000.00 that S.A. has in case of suit will not cover a fraction of what is necessary in case of the possible loss of a limb or a life. For these four reasons, we found it impossible to recommend funding at this time. IV. Student Art League Request: $499.00 (this semester) Discussion: This request breaks down as follows: Art shows (4): $120.00 Drawing sessions w/live models(9): 79.00 Fall festival : 300.00 TOTAL: $499.00 Last year's request totaled $335.00. The increase this year is mainly HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate W & M,p.3 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Oct. 9, 1973 because of the addition of the Fall Festival. This would be an evens sponsored by S.A.L., that would involve all three of the departments that share Tyler Hall the various Art, Music, and Theatre groups. The S.A.L. representative, when asked why the Music and Theatre groups are not donating funds, said that he would rather not ask the other groups because of the possible hassles i~volved; in other words, the event would probably fall through if the other groups had to find funds within their budget. For the sake of efficiency, the representative asks that we do not recommend that the cost fall entirely within S.A.L.'s budget. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $499.00 (Vote: 5-0-0) Rationa1e:The only increase over last year is the Festival, and we agree with the representatives rationale for it. It could definitely be in our opinion, a successful event. The other events are also justified, in our opinion, and probably will be beneficial to all involved. TODAY'S REQUESTS TOTAL TO $1,819.00. IF ALL OF THESE REQUESTS ARE GRANTED, THERE WILL BE $1,619.35 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 16, 1973 Senate Agenda Tuesday, October 16, 1973 1.) Call to Order 2. ) Roll Call 3.) Approval of Agenda 4.) Approval of Minutes 5.) Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave 6.) Committee Reports a) Internal Affairs b) Student Affairs C) Academic Affairs d) Finance Committee 7.) Old Business a) Bill #25 b) Bill #26 c) Bill #28 8.) New Business a) Bill #29 b) Bill #30 9.) Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Jim Bintz Bill Bill -. ,,> i \. \Ji'jJ: Harie Brutvq,;;,:,~ ,?:;$!: Marv Bucher Y Y Holly Charette------Walter Flemrning Lonnie Faulter Sylvia Greeney Barb Hanschke Howard Hogue Darlene Jackson Wendy Karp Alice Maguire Cathi McCarthy Ann Miller Bob Nelson Haria Roman Kenny Umina Jim Van Epps Chuck DiNatale Jeff Wicks Rick Handley Rich Scanlon Betty Reisman r-cr 6 7t.t-fl. *----. g~:~k,;Jy,ya~. ) +$;:* 1; 8 .A Bill A1 BillBill Y Y Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n Y n n Y abs abs The meeting was called to order at 6:pm. Jim Van Epps moved to amend the agenda to include Bill 32, and it c motions to approve the amended agenda and the minutes carried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS kario announced that the reception at Dr. Perdue's house has been c October 25, Thursday night. ~brms were distributed to order food fr CO-OP PPB A1 Roman reprted on the current event schedule, and that ticke will be sold until October 26. duses will take student to Spa return afterwords, If enough tickets are not sold, the trip will k Bill 23 had 3een vetoed by the President, was discussed and sustair yes, 0-n.0, 1-abs. The Finance Committee minutes were approved, allocating $275 for f the French Club, and $240 to the Englsh Associatiion for the Elizabe Festival, and a Poetry Festival. OLD BUSINESS Bill 25 The bill carried, with 13-yes 8-no, and 2-abs. meported on the budget situation, and presented possible ways "more money" Bill 26 rkmained tabled. was tabled. NEW 'BUSIN3SS bill 29 carried with 20 yes votes Jeff moved to amend the total to $610 and it carried, w -0. Then, the bill carried with 19-yes and 1-no vote. Bil 32 so reads .... Be it enacted that., ....... The Oswego Veterans Club be allocated 8146 for the eqress f 2 members attendingsthe NYS Veterans Conference.( 14 f !72 food&lodging,$60 fees). It carried, with 20 yes. ?meet

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy Presideni of The Senate Administiative Assistant, Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 16, 1973 FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES Members present: Banks, Falco, Miller, Roman, Wicks. NOTE: THERE IS $2,859.35 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. I. International Student Association Request: $450.00 ( 1 semester) Discussion: This request is a bit less than half of the group's last year's allocation of $1,100.00. This semester's request breaks down as follows : Guest speakers(2): $160.00 Educational Tour: 200.00 Films (2): 40.00 Communications and Stationary: 50.00 TOTAL: $450 .OO The speakers' request represents transportation and accomodations only there are no fees; the:educational tour is to the Adirondacks; the Films are cultural and represent an effort to bring a view of other lands and cultures to us; the communications request is for contacting persons concerning all events and for publicity. The group plans to have two interesting speakers this year: one from the U.N. to discuss the worldwide population explosion, and one from the Harvard Dept. of Islamic Studies to discuss the Middle East Crisis. Recommendations: We feel that this group's activities, all open to the entire campus, would help to maintain an awareness of cultures other than our own on this campus. In addition, the Committee feels that these events would be taking place at a relatively inexpensive cost to Student Association (Two prominent speakers for a total cost of $160.00 and two cultural films for a total fee of $40.00 illustrates the Committee's opinion effectively). 11. French Club HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administralive Assistant FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES, cont. 10/16/73 Request: $275.00 Discussion: This request is for films and publicity. It breaks down as follows: 1. Film: ItPhedreu: $65.00 2. Film: ItLa Rondew : 120 .OO 3. Film: ItLa Guerre est Finie! 75 .oo Publicity: 15 .OO TOTAL : $275 .OO h he films will be shown on Nov. 6, Nov. 29, and Dec. 11, respectively). These films are all in French with English subtitles They are all Itconsidered masterpieces in the fiels of international cinemau. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $275.00 (vote: 4-0-0) Rationale: These films, all professed to be excellent, will cost S.A. about the same as the films which other language clubs have requested monies for. In all fairness, we feel that this request is reasonable. 111. Catalina Club (swim show) Request: $810.00 Discussion: The request breaks down as follows: I. Dues: 11. Show-Accessories (costumes): -Programs & Tickets : -Production Equipment: -Lighting (Installation and Operat ion) : -Audio Equipment(~enta1 and HEWll7 UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES, p.3 ~echnician): 45 .oO -Underwater Speaker : 60.00 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant TOTAL : $810 .OO This request stands in contrast to last year's request of $615.00 of which only $515.37 was used. The representative stated that the' only difference from last year that could be accounted for was the "underwater speakerv request of $60.00 (The old speaker has worn out). However, there was still over $200.00 unaccounted for. The representative then stated that the club could get by without the $200.00 requested for uaccessoriesfl. Recommendations: We recommend partial funding of $610.00 (vote: 4-0-0). Rationale: The Committee feels that the request for the speaker is justified, but does not feel the acdessories request is. W6 also feel that all other requests for this event are justified in light of the fact that about 6,700 people went to see this event last year over a three-night period (the event is scheduled for Nov. 15, 16, and 17 this year), In addition, the total of $610.00 represents approximately last year's monies actually used plus the cost of the underwater speaker. IV English Association Request: $240.00 (this semester). Discussion: This request for funds for two events breaks down as %allows : I. Elizabethan Festival (~ov.9) Food: $ 75.00 Costumes : 75 .OO Paper,Printing:20.00 Music: 5 .Oo Dramatic Expenses: 10.00 Publicity: 15 .OO Subtotal: 200.00 11. Poetry Festival (Oct. 23-26) Coffee & Tea: $40.00 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORl Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES, p.4 10/16/73 TOTAL: $240.00 The Elizabethan Festival, to take place in the College Tavern on a Friday evening, was very successful last year at Sheldon Auditorium. The group feels that given the atmosphere they will provide in the College Tavern Nov. 9, it should be more successful. "A Night at the Boar's Head Tavern", as it has been named, should proeide a 16th-17th century Shakespearian atmosphere. They are making 16th century costumes and also providing food and music representative of this era. The Poetry Festival, and annual event that's been proven successful, will serve coffee and tea to the expected 100 persons per day. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $240.00 (vote: 4-0-0). Rationale: It is the opinion of the Committee that itiis a rare occasion that S.A. has the chance to allocate funds for an event so potentially worthwhile to the college community as the Elizabethan Evening. We feel that this exciting event is an event unprecedented on this campus. The Poetry Festival, in addition, has proven worthwhile to hundreds in past years. NOTE: TODAY'S REQUESTS TOTAL TO $1,775.00. IF ALL OF THESE REQUESTS ARE GRANTED IN FULL, THERE WILL BE $1,084.35 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting October 23, 1973 Senate Agenda Tuesday, October 23, 1973 1.) Call to Order 2.) Roll Call 3.) Approval of Agenda 4.) Approval of Minutes 5.) Executive Reports Vice-president Malave 6.) Committee Reports Student Affairs Academic Affairs Finance Committee 7.) Old Business a) Bill #26 8.) New Business a) none 9. ) Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Asscslsticn State University at Osvego Senate 9th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting Senate-Minutes October 23, 1973 The meeting began at 6 pm. Senators not present were: Gary Anthony, Jim Bintz, Bill Kysyztyniak, Walter Flemming, Sylvia Greeney, Dan Harmony, Tony Browq, Eileen McHugh, Kathy McMahon, Maria Roman, Kenny Umina,dim Van Epps, Jeff asked for Bill 33 to, be put on the agenda, and it was. Then, both the minutes and agenda were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Mario reported that Jim Mossgraber will be here on this Friday afternoon and will be availabze to answer questions on SASU. Also, Chuck DiNatale had been appointed chai5man of the Election and Constitutional Revision Committee, but with the unexpected return of John Weil, things are again undecided. Those committee members appointed are tentatively, Joe Hutchinson, Kenny Umina, and Jim Van Epps. PPB made its repwres of the events this week, and some further in the future: Wednesday, Nov. 7th in Waterman Theatre at 8pm, Ethel Ennis Jazz Trio. Thursday, Nov 8th, Ahmad Jamal, a jazz pianist will be at watermam Theatre for 2 shows, at 8 and 10 pm. Tickets for both events will be free to SA members until the day of the show. BOB reported on the hockey games situation. It seems as if Dr. Perdae and Dr. Rock are pushing for reserved seats only,to alleviate the problems of crowd-control, and excessive drinking, and mischief. This could go so far as to involve separate areas for students and other spectators. The Senate passed a resolution expressing their viewpoint on the subject, and it carried with a unanimous yes vote.: RESOLUTION #6 The Senate Expresses strong opposition to the proposed practice of pre-issuing of seats to alleviate the alcoholic and crowdcontrol problems at hockey games. In addition, we resent not having been included in the formulation of these alternatives. Also, Bob reported on the parking situation and that many students arE concerned about the policies and procedures of security Joe Hutchinson and .Jerome OIConnell will be working on it, and need all the help that is offered. He aked the senate about a decision on the meal sacrifice this semester, a choice between two proposals: The Women's Crisis Center, and The Emergency Relief Fund --it was decided that IDC should decide. OLD BUSINESS Bill 26 was defeated, after a report from a member on the insurance situation. The vote was l-yes, 13-no, and 5-abs. NEW BUSINESS ,-, Bi ADJOURNMENT We adjourned relatively early, at 7:30.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting October 23, 1973 FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES Members present: Banks, Falco, Ma~tin (sub for ~eil), Miller, O'Connell, Roman, Wicks. THERE IS $1,138.35 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND AND TODAY'S REQUESTS TOTAL TO (are you sitting down?) $7,699.00. We did not hear from the treasurer about anyauditor's report, so we do not know if we kave any funds coming in. We also don't know about raising next semesters sctivity fee. So, in our infinite wisdom, we decided not to handle any requests, including a rather unusual request for $2.2 billion for arms to Isreal.Also, we decided not to recommend taking any money from next semester's program Md until we are sure that we have more money coming in. THE END HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE NEW YORK Mario M. FAalave Prcs:deni of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 11th Senate Fleeting T. Paul Murphy Adminislrative Assistant October 30, 1973 Senate Agenda Tuesday, Oct. 30, 1973 1.) Call to Order 6 2 .) Roll Call 3 .) Approval of Agenda 4.) Approval of Minutes _.I 5. ) 3xecut ive Reports a) Vice-Presi6en.t Walave b) P.P.B. .. . .. 6 .) Committee ReporJcs .Academic Af f2irs Student Affairs c) Finance Comittee 7.) Old Business Bill #25 vetoed by President Redlo ba] Bill #33 8.) New Business a) Bill #34 HEWlTT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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October 30, '73 Minutes The meeti~g was call-ed to ord3r at 6:15 Fa. Those S9y.n t ors not present were : C~rv Anthony ( subJerry Burkhard) Sglvia Greeney Bsn ~larmo~jr, IIo1::ard Eo~ue, ~oe liutc%i?ison, (ron-f 3rom, 3ileen ?;c!?rl.l?n Kathy IIIcEiahon, I'omy ITmina, Jin Vm E>ps, Nary Bucher ( subMary Piart in j . and Herb 1lmxn6nd. On the President's request Bill 31 was acld.ed to the a~enda by a hand vote, am then the anended agend2 and t>e minutes were anproved. & in bills ,.he event YP-s thi:~t::for< IPII:.CC~S~~I?~, Rnh Re1.n rer.orted fin h.!'~s n~Gersi;-?-ndi:~y of the Hockey Sit?,l.ation: 2icl~ets v.4-l.1 ----~.... .-.be given 2,t .the d~)or? fr)r zo ~CIS~. (?he r-3;t~on for this hzs not ;yet bee:? establl.sh?d) ?ut, there :.rS.ll. '09 7.0 season tickets. Arule nroh!.bitinz li::.u~:r will 5e exforced as follom; if smttecl, the >erson ?:ill. be asked to ?v-t it. away. If thn neraon dces-ntt comnl-y, he/s7?.e ~5.11 be akrsed to lea.ve, an<. if she/he aa?.i2 1:!cx1t rol?l?ly they vrill. be z-~ested. AaBin, Bob exmr?ssd a need for more sutrtent. in?ut on the parkiny; situation. 07;D WTSTTTSS -.-cRill 25 2ob exnl?-i~ed his vnto: the events seemed tm limited and don't irvl. ----the Su!.k of m?:rried stv-clents. pnd ?~SO the clu3 bas a low ratio of stv-den-t members. The veto v!,?.a s~ista~ned -~S.t3 14--yes, 7-30, and 1-abs Bi3.1 73 Jeff friezdlg mend-ad the bi3.l to .i_nc!-ude thzt :!:5,ooo :.iif.l zc! into the'pr?krar? furl, ;7nd the rern.~ini.w r?oney vrill r;o tolmrds the genera.1 fluld. The bill carrried witb a vcte of 17-yes, 5-20, and 1-abs. Bill. 71 Bob inclucled 2. frj.cn.ily a~end~ent to rerd th~t the 3 faculty rnembsrs ---.-.will not be included i~ the g.unx1.m count on finmci2.l ?-wtters. The first vote was %yes, 9-110, ?z?d 5-2.b~. After a di~risior, of the house, the vote was 11-yes, 10-no, and 3-abs. I?%? STTSTlTYSS Eli?.-mz' bill carried with a vote of 21-yes, 2nd 2-abs. AD,JO'LrR?!TTYIJT The Senate ~djourned at approxiflztely 7:30.

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STATE UINiRSITY COLLEGE o OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13'126 iviario M. F.~?'zvcI T. P;wl Mc!rphy Presiler~l of The Senate Adminisfiative Assistmt Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 6, 1973 Senate Agenda Tuesday, November 6, 1973 1. Call to Order .2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes I 5. Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave b) P.P.B. . 6. Committee Reports a) Student Affairs b) Academic Affairs c) Finance Committee 7.. Old Business a) None 8. New Business a) Bill #35 b) Bill #36 C) Bill 837 d) Bill #38 e) Bill 839 9 ) Adjournment t1EWI'fl UNION e PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Studez? Ass~ciefion Scate University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12 Senate Neeting Minutes November 6, 1973 The meeting was called to order promptly at 6:00 pm. Senators not present were: Gary Anthony, Jim Bintz, Sylvia Greeney, Dan Harmony, Howard Hogue, Dzrlene Jackson, Alice Maguire, (sub-sue ~te~han) Kathy McCarthy, Eileen McHugh, Kathy McMahon, Jerome O'Connell, Kemy Umina, Rick Handley, Iifch Scanlon, Mary Bucher, Herb Hammond. Jeff moved to alter the agenda putting Bill 38 and 39 before Bill 35 due to the fact that many people from clubs requestinq money are present. It carried, and the agenda was a~proved. The Finance Committee minutes were a~proved, allocating $loo to German Club. The Senate minutes from last week were approved. EXECUTITY REPORTS hario am-omced that Paul Lefebure won the election for Student Assembly representative, a,nd that Leslie Kirschner i's the new comvuter senator. Also announced, there will be an OPINION BOOTH concerning the PRCBLEXS OF THE PRESIDENCY, to write letters to respective assemblyman, congressman, and other governmental representatives, ewressing student's views on the situation. L NEW BUSTNESS Bill 38 John Fleil moved to amend the'bill to allocate only $20 for office. supplies. At first, the amendment carried with 9-yes and 8-no, but then after a division of the house, the amendment.(~l) was defeated by a vote of 7-yes and 10-no. Oraig moved to amend t-o $1,010 to include flight instruction(~2) and office sunplies and the amendment was defeated, by a vote of 7-yes, 9-no and 1-abs, after a division of the house. Finally the original bill was defeated with 0-yes, 15-no, and 2-abs. Bill 39 John Weil moved to amend by cutting $200 for the reception of the -requested, chancing the amount to 81,52290, but this amendment(~1) was defeated by a vote of 4-yes, 12-no, and 1-abs. The bill then carried as originally requested, by a vote of 15-yes, and 2-no votes. Bill 35 was ~ost~oned for one week until senators could get back to their constituencies on the matter by a hand vote. Bill 3661~4fter discussion, Jeff Wicks withdrew his sponsorship, and the bill was defeated by a vote of 8-yes ad 11-no Bill 37 after an extensive report from the club on the situation, the senate voted in favor of the bill with 18 unanimous yes votes.

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Chzrette Faulter Fleming Hanscke Hutchinson Karp Stephan Miller Nelson Roman Van Epps We il Wicks Re isman Blood Wexler See Rirschner Bill 37 wh.icb allows th~ Football Cll-1.b to use the incope it h2.d been previo~asly c,o.n?itted to m.v S .A. for 'bills, etc ~rld v~hicil sti7)~.18tes that S.A. members vill be chclar~ed :$ll'.OO adm.i'ssj.on to the ?J.C.S.A. bovl game (income revert in5 to 5 .A .) was .. signed by+-the Presi.dent, Bill 39 allocatinp 81,722 ." to.thd i?'ative American Brotherhood, was signed by the Presid.ent,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant November 6, 1973 Page #1 Finance Committee Minutes--Members Present Banks, O'Connell, Roman, Wicks. NOTE: THERE IS $7,328.35 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. (TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT IS A FIGURE OF $6,000.00 ADDED AS A RESULT OF RAISING NEXT SEMESTER'S ACTIVITY FEE.) I. Campus Flying Club Request: $2,580.00 (this semester) Discussion: When the club's request was originally written up, the club had 25 members. It now claims to have 40. The request breaks down as follows: A. Office Supplies: $ 20.00 B. Equipment: 310.00 C. Transportation: 150.00 D. Flying Expenses: 1. Group Cross Country: (60 hrs.~$22) $500.00 2. Landing Fees & Tour expenses: 50.00 3. Flightinstruction: (%cost-5hrs.x25members x$15/hr.): 700.00 4. Flight Time: (%cost-5hrs.x25 members x$ll/hr.): 600.00 5. Introductory rides: ($50 x $5): 250.00 TOTAL COST ----------SECTIONS A,B,& C -$480.00 TOTAL COST ----------SECTION D NOS. 1-52100.00 TOTAL COST OF ENTIRE REQUEST------------$2580 .OO In the club's 1970-1971 request, the club received $1,056.00, of the total $3,412.00 requested. In 1971-1972 they received nothing. In 1972-1973, the club was out-of HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 6, 1973 Page #2 Finance Committee Minutes-existence. This year, it should be mentioned, the groups members are partially funding themselves. Recommendations: For (A), office supplies, and (B) equipment, we recommend full funding. For (C), transportation, (from Oswego to Fulton, Hancock, and Camillus airports) we recommend no funding. For (Dl, Flying expenses, we recommend: 1. Group cross Country, full funding of $500.00; for (2)Landing Fees and Tour expenses, (3) Flight instruction and (4) Flight time, all no-funding. For (5) Introductory rides, full funding. TOTAL RECOMMENDED AMOUNTS: $1,130.00. (vote: 2-0-0) Rationale: Due to the fact that the club was out of existence for a year, for all practical purposes it can be considered a new club. Therefore, the committee feels that it should be funded on an experimental basis just enough to get it "off the ground" (little pun there.) The representatives admitted that because of expected unfavorable weather, they don't know if they'll be able tb use all of the funds. Therefore, we feel that we've recommended enough so that they're left with the option of shuffling the categories aroung, taking some funds they won't need from some places and using them in other places. 11. German Club Request: $100.00 Discussion: The club, which has about 30 members, is asking for $100.00 for their share of the International Smorgasbord's expenses. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $100.00. (vote: 3-0-0) Rationale: The $100.00 figure is the standard agreed upon by the committee for any language club requesting funds for the Smorgasbord. Out of fairness, we feel this request is reasonable. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mdrio M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant November 6, 19 7 3 Page #3 Finance Committee Minutes-111. Native American Brotherhood < Request: $1722.90 DkGcussion: The request breaks down as follows: TOTAL COST OF REQUEST ---------$1,722 .90 The event is to take place Sunday, November 18, 1973 in Sheldon Auditorium. (Because it is to take place on Sunday, custodial services are needed.) The guest speakers, at an event open to the entire campus, will express views about the Iroquois Confederacy. The request for the sale is merely a LOAN, not really an "allocation". The Native American Brotherhood, with this loan will buy various artifacts (beads, necklaces, arm and head bands) and handycrafts (lacrosse sticks, snow snakes, false faces) and will sell them to the campus in the Union. The representatives of the N.A.B. have agreed to pay us back on a monthly basis. They expect little profit, but any profit will be used to pay back the loan if the chances of selling their entire stock are not great. However, if they do sell their entire stock or close to it, the amount of profit they make will be subtracted from their next semester's request figure. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $1,722.00. (vote: 3-0-0) HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session q2th Senate Meeting November 6, 1973 Page #4 Finance Committee Minutes-Rationale: The committee feels that both of these activities have to potantial to benefit the entire campus tremendously, and to give us a sense of awareness of the Naitve American cultures. Also, we recognize the large number of Native Americans on this campus. NOTE: TODAY'S REQUESTS ADD TO $4,402.90. IF ALL OF THESE REQUESTS ARE GRANTED IN FULL, THERE WILL BE $2,925.45 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting November 13, 1973 Senate Agenda C ~uesda~, November 13, 197 3 I 1) Call to Order -2) Roll Call 3) Approval of Agenda -4 4) Approval of Minutes -. 5) Executive Reports .. a) Vice-president Malave b) P.P.B. 6) Committee Reports a) Student Affairs Committee b) Academic Affairs Committee c) Finance Committee 7) Old Business a) Bill #35 . 82 .:New Business a) Bill #40 b) Bill #41 C) Bill #42 d) Resolution #7 9 ) Adjournment HEWIE UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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November 17, 1973 Senate Neetine; Minutes --The meeting was called to order shortly efter 6 pm.. The following senators were not nresent: Gary Anthong,Holly Charette (zubSue ~tenh~n), Bill Kvzystgniak (sub-~onnie ~aulter), Sylvia, Greeney,Earb Ranschke, Dan Farmony, Joe Hutchinson, Cathi McCarthy,Eil.een McChugh, Maria Roman, Penny Umina, Jim Vm Rpga, After Lonnie Fzulter ex~lained that he desired to In~ithdraw saonsorshi-p of Resolution 7, it was taken off the agenda because of lack sponsorship. The agenda was then a~proved. The minutes were a~proved~also, by a hand vote. ---.Academic Affairs c e nossibility of mer~ing the Studerrt I\.ffairs,?.nd the onmittees, and that Student Affairs meets Tuesday afternoons at 5. The uuestion of whether or not to hsve a ~eetl.nr next veek was d.iscussed ?.nd bv ? h-?.~d vote it 7qT?s deci6~d to cxx?e?. Senate Neeting for November. 20, 173. I\!ario then 2nnounced the r,ew sen2.tors fror?.! Senec?. Fia.11, a~d the Senzte :..el.r;.omei! t?nn; Steve rlaf2,rel.li Jjq ton. 3.nfi m~~y nefoate-n, ?'T Tr?.il. 2unolo~ized on SeE7a.l.f of the bo~rd for th.e situation with the ----. Ma.rsha.1 Tu.cken t?.~~kets. She e:cnects that the no? icv wi-l!. soon be chq~zer7 th2.t no one rt1zd~n.t cnn br_ir?,q ?.ny more th2vl A T?? 7.rher blly?'nrr ki.~kr?t?, 2nd th?.t this vi.l.!. =.17_eviate further r~ab1ems with wa.itj.n.: in l1:n.e~ rnC! findine th2.t tb-e tickets have been boucrht o?rt by the nersor zhes.4 of you. The movie Rainbow Bridge with Jimi Rendricks will nlsy tvice on Tue~dag, Nov. 27, at 7pm, and P:15. SA members will be chrrced -75. Steve Suchcr (Sh 3lrector of Fimnce) Srou,~ht the ~ro~osal of the Slack--.-.-friars m2.jor croductio~ I-n 4~ril. to the Senate for feed.back, so that he and the movn will hl.ve tine to ~l~.n, and nubli.cize. The prod.uction that they vruoul.c! ltke to have vill cost more then the bud.yet 2llots thern, bu,t the extr-? ellocetion, if %iven, vil? be ~2i-d brck bv "53. ticket ~rices. The pronosed production will require the hiring of a full profession?l orchest~a. OLD BUSINTSS ml-35 Jeff Yicks moved to refer the bill to Finance Committee for further investigation, and the motio? carried.. bTEW BUSIYXSS m47-f --it be noted that Pick Handley will vote v-p_resentll on all alloca.tion bFlls ~~til all the ~ambers of the Senate can again vote. The bill cazried wiath 18-ves, 0-no, ?-?.is, 2nd 1-p. 73il.b 41 Carried o:ith a vote of ?%yes. ?.-no, 1-abs, and 1-p. 1 --was voted d.0.m with 13-no, 7-s.bs, and 1-p vote. Bill43 Sob Redlo exnlained the st,ru.cture of ~thl~tic committee. There --was an amendnent l?ro~ose?. by Bob Fel~on ~ro-~idinz for a committee with equal voting ~emberslki? of fzcul-ty 2nd students. The amendment was voted down, even with 3. division of the house, b:~ 2 vote of 4-yes, 14-no, and 1abs, and 1-p.The bill then carried., in its original form by a vote of 13-yes brio, 2-a.Fs, mri I.->. The rneetinq was adjourned at about 8"l5.

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Rich Scanlon Jim Bintz '4arie Brutvan Sue Stephan Lonnie Faulter dalter Flemming Howard Hogue dendy Karp Darlene Jackssn Tony Brown Alice Maguire Tony Defoster Ann Miller Bob Nelson Jerome O'Connell John Weil Jeff Wicks Rick Handley Mary Bucher Steve Cafarelli Jim Gaston Leslie Kirschner abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y P abs Y Y Y Bill 40 Senate Voting Record Bill 41 n ab s abs n abs n abs abs n n n n P n n abs n Bill 42 Y Y n Y n ab s abs Y Y n n n P abs Y n. n abs n DofH ( p = present Bill 43

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant November 13, 1973 Finance Committee Minutes Page #1 Members present: Banks, Falco, Miller, Roman, Wicks NOTE: THERE IS $5,815.45 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. I. Black Student Union Request: $900.00 Discussion: BSU, which has about 200 members, is planning to hold a semi-formal on November 30, in room 213 of Hewitt Union. The breakdown of the request for this event is as follows : (It should be noted that the $300.00 "food service1' figure represents a compromise this is the least that Food Service would agree to do it for.) The band is the Bobby Hamilton band from Syracuse. BSU looked into the possibility of PPB sponsoring at least partially this event but got no results because of PPB1s extensive plans for groups this year. Nevertheless, this annual event is open to the entire campus. Recommendations: The committee recommends full funding of $900.00. (vote: 4-0-0) Rationale: We realize that BSU has made every effort to save money on this event. The event is held every year and is always successful. We see no reason why the-largest of all S.A. groups, namely BSU, should be allocated funds to use for this popular event. 11. Russian Club Request: $370.00 Discussion: This request breaks down as follows: HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M. Malave Presideni of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant November 13, 1973 Finance Russian Committee Minutes Film: "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich": $215.00 Film: "Mumu"---------------------------------: 55.00 International Smorgasbord:-------------------: 100.00 TOTAL ----: $370.00 Club has 30 members. Its main priority this year is the "Ivan" film, based on a work by ~olkhenitsin. 1twas originally scheduled for November 5, but the club now plans to show it on the soonest Monday possible, if funded. The film is in English. The "Mumu" film is scheduled for December 12, and has English subtitles. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $370.00 Rationale: The request for the films is not unreasonable in comparison to past language requests for films. Also the request for the smorgasbord is the standard figure agreed upon for all language groups requesting funds for this event. 111. Bit'n Spur Riding Club Request: $405.00 Dfkcussion: This request presents us with an unusual situation: the $405.00 are for an event which took place on October 28. The club did not hand in thhir request very much before this. Funds for the event came out of the pockets of the members, who are now obviously in financial difficulty. If we recommend funding, we would be recommending something which has been against our policy in the past: "after-the-fact" financing. We have, in the past, refused to fund similar requests. (We are sure that it is unnecessary to go into the rationale for this policy at this point.) Nevertheless, we gave the group the option of pleading their case to the Senate Tuesday night, so we are presenting a bill representing the request but we're making no recommendation. NOTE: TODAY'S REQUESTS ADD UP TO $1,675.00. IF ALL OF THESE ARE GRANTED IN FULL, THERE WILL BE $4,140.45 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 0 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting Senat'e Agenda C 1. Call to order Tuesday, November 27, 1973 November 27, 1973 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda T. Paul Murphy ~dministrative Assistant f 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports a) Vice-president l lave ..b) P.P.B. 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business a) Bill #35 8. New Business a) Bill #44 b) Bill #45 9. Adjournmeht

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st udp-.,,,, Jxsocia~ioc State University Colle~e at Oswego ;en??? 9th Legislative Se~sion 19th Senate Meeting November 27, 1977 Senate Neetine: Ninutes The meeting was called to order at 6:15 The fol1ovj.n~ senators were not ~resegt: Jiv Rintz, Bill Kyszystyniak (subLonnie ~aulter), Sylvia, Greenev, Dan Harmony, Howard Hopye, Joe Hutchinson, Eileen KcHugh, Jerome OfConnell, Kenny Umina, Rich Scanlon. Mario announced who ths 2 ney senators were, from Oneida. He welcomed Jeff Carmen and Bill Mulvey. Bill 45 was ommiter! frog the agenda, and the record-!.because it was an unnecessary alloca,tion;bill that was taken care of in the Finance Committee minutes. Then, the amend-ed agenda was accepted. Z FINANCE COI4lIITT3E -MIWTXS Leslie moved to amend the recornendation for VNV to $230 (~heir origin~] request), an8 after much' debz.te, the amendment carried with 12-yes, 10-no, 1-abs and I-? vote. After a, Division of the House on the same matter, the vote was 14-yes, 9-no, and 1-p. The minutes were then accepted as amended. EXRCUTIVT F?T??TY ------. --..-Dia.ne from ..-. ISS reported on the Blood Bank on Dec. I.@ ?nd I..lth in the Bzl-lroem. There hc.s been a ch.?,llen~e by the students to 'th.e Faculty ~ynd non-tezchine ~rofessional staff, to excee? the an~unt ~f b100C? co1lect;ed.. The challenrre h2.s been zcce~teii, mC? *he terms are 2s foll.o~:!s: If the T;'n,zul_ty ~nr! I.S-T I)@,' loose, then Dr sock or Per8u.e vill be naster of ceremonies at the ISC vaudeville ni~ht, 2nd also narticinz.te in f2.cultg ekits. If the students loose, they sh2.11 have to cleaup the c~.mnus, or somethine; comparable. Please Give E!.oori! Mario ---.. re2.d the resim?.tion of P-nn Miller, 2nci-it vas accepted, re,~retfv.lly, by the Senate. P??,rio then cornrrended. the Senate on tihe speed and efficiencv of the referen?.um of bill ?3 PF3 renorted the !:leeks sche?u.le and explained the re?.sons behind their reauest to ame~d the bud~et ~utting more money in the Film Income .Account, to-'lorovi6.e for more shovinps of the ~onl~lar fi1.m~. (see the new bill 45) ~obRedlo first rewed on F.?.culty. ~ssembly: -1T~e discussed the ~ro~osed new pass f?-il system for exnerimental cowses to answer ques-[;ions,. and get feedback to ta,ke to the next FA meetine. 3)A new Judicial System is in the making OQ czmys, and there are nov 8 nominations for the Student Conduct Committee: TmtGreen, Leonz,rd I~ynch, Paul E~elstein, Chuck DilVatale Marilyn Willets Sue V?21sh, Dave Bruno, Gary Ro-o-ge, and 2 alterm.tesRick Sell and 'Flick Veinstock,/ .... 3 Bob reported on the referendum results.. 7894.8 yes, and 21.2% no. 4 1 The athletic situation, and Bill 43. The bill has not yet been si-ened, and Sob renorted tb?.? he planned on reco~endin.q a cornmitee with 6 students, 3 Faculty -4ssmblv, 1.Al1xmni, 1 FS-4, .ad '3 ex-oficio nembers of the administration. FIe read all the memos ~.nd letters that have gone Back 2nd fo~th concerninp the situation =r.nr? 2.sked the senate for opinions, r.nd swqestions. 5)~here is 2 connitte bein.g formed to choose a Provost (~xecutive VP)

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Minutes Nov 2.7~~ page 2 and they want one student on the committee. If anyone is interested, get in touch with Bob. COMMITTEE REPORTS Rules Committee Bob explained that he-won't be here next semester, and the rules committee will need new members, and a chai~*person, so if anyone is interested, please attend the committee meeting at 3:30 on Monday afternoor OLD BUSINESS Bill 35 Jeff moved to' amend the amount to $33.50, and it carried. (All Then, Jeff moved to change "program fund1' to "ganeral fund1' and it also carried. (A2) Many other amendments were proposed and defeated, and with the two afore mentioned amendments, the bill was defeated by8-yes, 10-no, and 1-ak NEW BUSINESS Bill 45 reads l1 PPB shall be allowed to amend the budget in order to allow the expenditure of funds in the Film Income Account!!. It was brought ,to the floor by a Special Order of the Day, and then carried with a vote of 19-ye Bill 44 was discussed, Snd after a vote and one division of the house, it carried by a vote of 10-yes, 7-no, and 1-p. Senate Voting Record NOV. 27, '73 Defoster Anthony. Brutvan Charette Faulter Fleming Hanschke Karp Jackson Brown Maguire McMarthy McHugh Angel Nelson 0 'Connell Roman Van Epps Weil Wicks Handley Reisman Bucher Caf arelli Gaston See Kirschne~ Carmen Mulvey A to FC M DH abs y Bill Bill A1 A2 44 35 Y Y n Y Y Y Y n abs y Y Y n Y Y P n n n Y n Y Y Y abs y n Y n abs n abs y abs y Y Y Y Y PRESIDENTIAL ACTION: Bill 40 was sigqed by the President, allocating $900 to BSU Bill 41 was signed allocating $370 to the Russian Clul

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswe~o Senate 9th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant November 27, 1973 FINANCE COJTPIITTEE MINUTES Members mesent: Banks, Falco, Miller, O'Connell, Roman, Wei1,Wicks. NOTE: THERE IS $4,545.45 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. I. F1 in Club -870.00 Discussion: This request breaks down as follows: Office supplies ........$ 10.00 Equipment. ............. 310.00 Flying Expenses........550.00 TOTAL $870 -00 The differences between this and the club's first request should be noted: (1) Reduction of lfoffice suppliesff from $20.00 to $10.00; (2 Reduction of "Flvtng Expensesf1 from $2,100.00 to $550.00; and (3 omission of itTransportationv. Under "Flying Expensesfi, the "Group Cross Country1' event is the only category taken into consideration (the four others have been omitted). This $550 figure is $22.00 X 25 members. Recommendations: Technically, our recommendations are to fund in full: $870.00, by a vote of 4-3-0, because it was a tie vote which required the chairman to vote (in favor). But the vote was so close that the committee feels that arguments from both sides should aqear in the minutes. Those who voted against funding felt that the request is not justified in light of three facts: (1) there is only a few weeks left in the semester, (2) there are on1.y twentyfive members and the cross-country event can't be open to anyone else this semester, and (3) to really be able to fund this Club fairly, in terms of what they reallv need, we'd have to recommend much more than we can afford. On the other hand, those who voted in favor of funding offered these arguments: (1) This is a new club we should at least fund it on an experimental basis this semester to see if it is successful; (2) Should a small membership alwavs be a criterion for determina.tion of whether or not to fund? (3) he reason this club's main event cannot be open to any more than 25 people this semester is because the Senate forced them to have it this way, in effect, at their last appearance before us. If they request enough for more members now, they realize they surely will not be funded. We leave the fate of this club to the discretion of the Senate. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES, p .2 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant November 27, 1973 TI. Women for a New World Request: $230.00 Discussion: This request breaks down as follows: Phone expenses ........$ 50.00 Literature.............80.00 ........ Office supplies 50.00 .............. Publicity 50.00 TOTAL $230.00 This group, of about 50 members, last year requested $2,240.00. This semester's request is basically for supplies. Until this point, this semester W.N.W. members have been paying for supplies out of their own pockets. Upon question in^, the representatives established the fact that there is absolutely no financial connection between the Women's Crisis Center and W.N.kr. ecommendations: We recommend that $150.00 be allocated (vote: 5-0-1) gationale: Given that office supplies, publicity and literature are more or less interrelated, and that there are only 3 weeks left in the semester, we feel that $150.00 is a fair recommendation. Minority Re~ort:The Committeels recommendation, in my opinion, is based on two incorrect assumptions: (1) that W.N.W. will in no way be able to use these funds fairly in three weeks. This could be true, however, 1 maintain that the Committee's questioninp; of the ~roup's repre~enta~tives was not thorough enouyh to move this assumption. On the contrary, the representatives stated more than once that these funds are absolutely necessary for the Cumti-on of the semester. (2) I feel it is also incorrect to zssvme that office supnlies, publicity, and literature are more or less interrelated. The representatives stated three different purposes for the three different request cate~oriea. The Committee members must be credited for their efforts to save funds I am sincere about this. However, I honestly do not feel that there is sufficient evidence to bring the Committee to the concluslons it has made. In sum, it is not so much the Committee's recommendations I object to as much as the assumptions upon which it bases these recommendations. --Jeff Wicks NOTE: ?nD_4YS REQUESTS TOTAT! TO $1,100.00. IF THTSE REQUXSTS ARE GRANTED IN FULL, THERE WITIT, BE 667,445.55 TJFFT IN TFE PROGR4M FUND. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting December 4, 1973 SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, December 4, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave b) Director of Finance Steve Sucher c) P.P.B. 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business a) Bill #28 8. New Business a) Bill #46 b) Resolution #8 c) Resolution #9 9. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Senate T/I.i_nn+e s The Senate vas calledto order a bit after 6pm. C@.T-TTT?YT ?.yzr)rTS --*--e----.-Zobin Bron,ztej;n of Lib-r?.-ry ?olmc?.l mi? that in the yast t'lle sls7~.? ent hxe F_?c! Ii-ttle Tnwt into .~.~h.-t the librzry buys. @L co~~itt~c s.s nx:r in th _nlakins to buy boots that aren't nc?rmllg covere",~nC?er cxirses. She asked for feedback, er_d heln on t?e ccm~itb?

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Bill 28 stayed on the table. --__I Bill 46 vms anended to allocate $1,600 and it ca.rrled. (~l) me3h.e Bill carried by a vote of 19-yes, l-abs, and l-p.

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Senate Voting Record Dec. 4, 1973 Steve Kambic Y Y Y Y Y Jim Bintz Y Y Y Marie Brutvan n Y Y Y Y Jeff Carmen Y Y n.Y Y Jim Gaston Y Y Y Barb Hanschke n Y Y Y Y Mary Martin n Y Y Y Y Robin Bronstein Y Y Y y. Y Alice Maguire Y Y Y Y Y Bill Mulvey Y Y Y Y Y Jerome OIConnell Y Y Y Y Y Maria Roman Y Y Y Y Y Jeff Wicks Y Y Y Y Y Gary Anthony Y Y Y Y abs A1 Roman Y Y Y Y Y Mary Bucher n abs y Y Holly Charette Y Y Y Y Y Herb Hammond c 1 Y Rick Handley n 1 Y Y P Darlene Jackson n Y Y Y Y Leslie Kirschner n Y Y Y Y Cathi McCarthy Y Y n Bob Nelson Y Y Y Y Y Betty Reisman Y Rich Scanlon n Y Y abs y John Weil Y Y n Y Y 1 Executive Action j i Bill 43 freezing "athletic funds1' was signed by the President. Bill 44 allocating $870 to Flying Club was signed hy the President. Bill 45 allowing PPB to amend their busget to allow more money to be spent from the Film Income Account was signed by the President.



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant September 25, 1973 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 : Spanish Club be allocated $487.50 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Movies : $132.50 International Smorgasbord: TOTAL : Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 21 yes 4 no 0 abs. Date Signed Robert L1 Redlo, President Student Association HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting September 25, 1973 Bill #2O 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 $450.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Instructor's fee: $400 .OO Transportation: 50.00 TOTAL: SENATE ACTION: 19 yes 3 no 0 abs. KT. 1 IW3 Date Signed Student ~ssociaiion HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant October 2, 1973 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 Oswego Day Care Center, in recognition of the educational benefits accruing to students, be allocated $1,500.00 from the Program Fund Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action : 19-yes 2-abs. Date Signed Bob Redlo HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant October 2, 1973 Bill 22 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Italian Club be allocated $828.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken downas follows: Guest Speaker : Films (4) Festa Italians: International Smorgasbord TOTAL Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action 16-yes st. tow 7 0 Date --. Signed: Robert Redlo HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 2, 1973 Bill 23 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All organizations that receive funds from the Program Fund of Student Association must submit, to the Ways and Means Committee, or such agency or committee as shall be designated by the Senate, a complete itemized breakdown of how monies were spent. These records shall be kept on file in the Student Association office. Sponsored by Senator Weil Senate Action: 19-yes HEW SENATE ACTION : 0-yes Bobert Redlo, (President of Student ~ssociation) VETO SUSTAINED HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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President tudent ssocia swego 205 HEWITT UNION OSWEGO, N. Y. 13126 31 5-341 -3601 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 2, 1973 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: Centro be allocated $5,000 in four payments for services provided. Funds will be taken from the revenue sharing account. Sponsored by Bob Redlo Senate Action 20-yes Date Signed: Robert Redlo

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 9, 1973 BILL #25 Be it enacted bv the Student Association Senate of the State University of N~W York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Student Wives Association be allocated $240.00 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action: tabled, Oct 9th (for one week) m. 2 4 1973 Senate Action: Oct. 16, 1973 13 yes 8 no EL61 C, President Robert Redlo Student Association 2 abs. VETO SUSTAINED HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 9, 1973 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 : Rifle Club be allocated $1,000.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Rifles(4): $940.00 Ammunition: 20.00 Misc. 40.00 TOTAL $1,000 .OO Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Seante Action: tabled defeated on October 23 1-yes 13-no 5-abs HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant October 9, 1973 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: Student Art League be allocated $499.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Art Shows (4): $120.00 Drawing Sessions with Live Models (9) : 79.00 Fall Festival: 300.00 TOTAL : $499 .OO Sponsored by the Way's'and Means Committee Senate ~ction: 18-yes 1-abs Robert Redlo, President of Student Association HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting December 4, 1973 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 first part of Article 1, Section IV, No. 1 reading: "The Senate shall be the sole judge of the qualifications of its own members;" be stricken from the constitution and amended to read: "The recourse to recall a senator shall be in the hands of the constituencies from which the senator is elected. The process for recall shall be through the court system for the State University College at Oswego." Be it further enacted that: should this amendment be passed by the Senate, it will be put to referendum no later than forty (40) academic days after its passage. Senate Action: tabled HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant October 16, 1973 BILL # 29 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: International Student Association be allocated $450.00, to be broken down as follows: Guest speakers(2): $160.00 Educational Tour: 200 .OO Films (2): 40 .OO Communications and Stationary: 50.00 TOTAL : $450 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 20 yes President Robert Redlo Student Association date signed: HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administralive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 16, 1973 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: Catalina Club be allocated $610 for a Swim Show. Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 19 yes 1 no President Robert Redlo Student Association HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 16, 197 3 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: Whereas, faculty are not affected by financial allocations to student organizations, and; Whereas, faculty representatives are now voting on financial matters for students; Be it enacted that faculty representatives will not be allowed to vote on financial allocations not will they be allowed to vote on any part of the budget. DATE OF SENATE ACTION: -October 30, 1973 FINAL SENATE ACTION: 11 yes 10 no 3 abs. EL61 t %t% Date signed Student ~ssociation HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Adrninistiative Assistant October 16, '73 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 : Oswego Veterans Club be allocated $146 from the Program Fund for the expressed purposes of 2 members attending the coming New York State Veterans Conference. Sponsored by Jim Van Epps Senate Action: 20-yes rn pi: 130 date signed: President of Student Association HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mdrio M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting October 23, 1973 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: The SA fee be raised by $1.50 for next semester. $6,000 will go into the Program fund, and the remaning money will go towards the general fund. Sponsored by Jeff Wicks DATE OF SENATE ACTION: -October 30, 1973 Senate Action: postponed for one week by Jeff Wicks (OCT. 23) FINAL SENATE ACTION: yes 17 no 5 abs.1 RobertYL: Redlo, President Student ~ssociation Date Signed HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting October 30, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswegol that: Black Student Union be allocated $50.00 for the purpose of publicity and communications for a fashion show to be held Nov. 17, 18. Sponsored by Jeff Wicks and Maria Roman DATE OF SENATE ACTION: -October 30, 1973 't I!! Date Signed Student Association FINAL SENATE ACTION: 21 yes 0 no 2 abs. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University Colleqe at Oswepo Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting ~?ovemloer 6, 73 Sill 35 Be it enacted by the Student Association Sena.te of the State Universit:~ of New York, College of arts and Sciences at 0 swego t%t: Faculty members and nonteachinq ~rofessiona.1~ may become nonvoting members of the Student Association bv ~aying a fee of $33.505 This fee shall entitle the payee to the small priveleges as that of a student payina the fee except the right to vote in student elections. This fee of $35.50 will cover the time of December 1, 1973 to May 15, 1974 and shall be on a trial basis. All revenue derived frornthis fee shall be put into the proqram fund. Faculty members sittine on Student Associatin Senate shal-1 be entitled to vote on finance matters but shall not be able to vote on era1 appropriations. Sponsored by Betty Reisman Senate Action: 8-yes 10-no 1-abs DEFEATED HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 6, 197 3 Bill k! 36 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Spouses of full-time students be admitted to S.A. events at no additional charge unless there is an admission charge for the event. In that case the spouse shall pay the same fee as S.A. members. Sponsored by Betty Reisman, Jeff Wicks, Lonnie Faulter. Senate Action: byes 1s-no -. defeated. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 6, 1973 Bill # 37 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 Oswego State Football Club be allowed to use the income that it is committed to pay Student Association (Re: 1973 fiscal budget of the final income for the season, one half shall revert to Student Association) for the purpose of paying all outstanding bills and committments for the N.C.S.A. bowl game. 2) Furthermore, it shall be stipulated that all S.A. members shall be charged $1.00 for admission to the bowl game. (% of the normal price) 3) Furthermore, all income generated from the bowl game shall revert to ~tudentAssociation and shall be transferred into the program fund. Sponsored by S.D. Sucher SENATE ACTION : 18 yes 0 no 0 abs. DATE OF SENATE ACTION: -November 6, 1973 8;la Date signed Student ~ssociation HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 6, 1973 Bill # 38 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Uniue~sity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Flying Club be allocated $2,580.00, to be broken down as follows: Office supplies $ 20.00 Equipment 310.00 Transportation 150.00 Flying Expenses 2100 .OO TOTAL $2580.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action 0-yes DEFEATED HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 6, 1973 Bill # 39 Be it enacted by the Student Assoc&ation Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Native American Brotherhood be allocated $1,722.90, to be broken down as follows: Guest speaker, reception, slide show: $ 722.90 Loan for crafts sale: 10OO;OO f Sponsored by the Finance Committee DATE OF SENATE ACTION: -November 973 Date Signed RobertL. Redlo, P Student Association SENATE ACTION: 15 yes 2 no 0 abs. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State UnTversity College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting November 13, 1973 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: Black Student Union be allocated $900.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Band --$500.00 Food Service --300.00 Misc. 100,Oo TOTAL ---------$900.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action 18-yes o-no 1-a.bs 1-D (student ~ssociation) HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting November 13, 19 73 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 : Russian Club be allocated $370.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Films: $270.00 International Smorgasbord: 100.00 TOTAL : $370.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action 19-yes date signed: Association, Bob Redlo HEWlTl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administraiive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting November 13, 1973 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 : Bit 'n Spur be allocated $405.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 13no 1yes 1-abs. DEFEATED HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 93h Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant November 13, 1973 BILL # 43 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences a.t Oswego that : &= Whereas, Student ,4ssocia.tion contributes much of the finances needed to run the athletic programs; # Whereas, the Student Association does not have a real input into deciding athletic nolicy; Be it enacted that all funds ,ailbcated to athletic programs excluding MRA and WRA be frozen until the"5tudent Association has a written guarantee that the students will decide all policy affecting athletics. Sponsored byihe Executive branch. Senate Action: 13-yes &no 2-abs 1-p EL61 P 3~ date signed: Student ~ssociation HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting November 27, 1973 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 : Flying Club be allocated $870.00 from the Program Fund, to be briken down as follows: Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action 10-yes 7-no 1-p d-ate siqned: Student Association HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administ;alive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 27, '73 Bill 45 Re it enacted by the Student hssociation Sena-te of the State University of New York, Coll.ege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: PPR shall be allowed to amend the budget in order to allow the expenditure of funds in the Film Income Account. Senate Acti on: 19-yes date signed: President of Student AssociaTION HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant December 4, '73 Bill 46 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Col3ege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego That : Ski Club be allocated $1,600 from next semester's program fund for buses for skiing trips. Sponsored by the FinaneeComrnittee Senate Action: 19-yes me1 ga St date signed: (Student Association) HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15 Senate Meeting December 4, '73 Bill 47 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Univeristy of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Whereas, the Coaching Staff of the Hockey team has already promised two other schools in the form of a guarantee that the Hockey Team at Oswego would put on a hockey tournament on December 27 8, and; Whereas, the team is now unsure if it can cover all of the expenses that may be incurred by this tournament, and; Whereas, Hockey is a favorite sport at Oswego; Be it resolved that the Student Association Senate endorses this upcoming tournament and guarantees that all costs not covered by the monies received at the gate will be paid by Student Association, and; Be it further resolved that the Student Association Senate warns all athletic teams that this will never be done again. In the future, the Student Association Senate demands that any time a team wishes to put on an event not covered in their budget and which they feel will not be covered by gate receipts, they contact both the Director of Finance of Student Association and the Student Association Senate and seek their prior approval before any monetary commitment is made. All SA members ahall get in free, by showing a validated ID card. Be it further resolved that : If SA enforces Bill 43, this Bill will become null and void, until such time as the monies are unfrozen by Student Association. Sponsored by Steve Sucher, Director of Finance Senate Action: f3 \ 9% $!-$es3 1-abs dat_e signed: (Student Association) HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Assooiation State University Golleg at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 11, 1973 Bill 48 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: 1.Program Policy Board be allocated $486, $50 being for a video output conver-ter, and $436 for the Poucher Fee. 2.PPB also be allocated the money necessary to show 8 tapes, every other week, next semester. 3. PPB come before the Senate at the first meeting of next semester, and report the exact figure of the cost of the 8 tapes they have chosen. 4. Allocations in #1 and #2 will be taken from next semester's Program Fund. Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 18-yes votes dates signed: of Student ~ssociation HEWlTT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 11, 1973 Bill #49 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The first part of Article I, Section IVY number 1 reading: "The Senate shall be the sole judge of the qualifications of its own members;" be stricken from the constitution and be amended to read: "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 wouls 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. 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." Be it further enacted that should this amendment be passed by the Senate, it will be put to a referendum no later than forty (40) academic days after its passage. Sponsored and Introduced by Senator Nelson Senate Action PASSED BY REFERENDUM ON APRIL 3, 1974. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 11, 1973 Bill tic50 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 funded $1,545.00 for the second semester, to be broken down as the following: Publications $1,300.00 Transportation ---------30.00 Renumerations ----------175.00 Photography ------------40.00 TOTAL FUNDING FOR SEMESTER $1,545.00 The remaining monies of those budgeted for the Pendulum shall go to the following areas: Account Number 822: New York State Tax Unemployment Insurance$1,855.00 Account Number 815: Audit and Management Consultation Fees $900.00 TOTAL AMOUNT OF EXTM MONIES BUDGETED-ABOVE $2,755.00 Sponsored and Introduced by Senator Weil Senate Action: 16-ves UbtLl m date signed: Robert Redlo, President of Student ~ssociation HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant December 11, 1973 Bill 51 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $100 shall be taken from the Exegntive Fund, to by Christmas Seals. Sponsored by Senator Handley Senate Action: 3-yes 15-no 4-abs date signed: Robert Redlo, President of Student Association HEWl?l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Associatiom State Universitv Pol3 eg-e st 9sw~ao Senate 9th I1eaislative Session 16 Senate Meetinp December 13, ].a77 Be it enacted by the Student Asroci-ation Sen~t~ of the St?te Unj-versi-ty of Wew York, CoJ lepe of 4rts ;~nd Sciences at Oswepo that: Sponsored by Steve Cafarelli Senate Action: 7-yes DEFEATED ( TAKEN AS REDLO'S VOTE OF CONFIDENCE TO GO ON WITH TXE FREEZE ) HEWlTT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting (Special Session) December 14, 1973 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 : Whereas, at the meeting of December 14, 1973, the Athletic Advisory Committee assured Student Association that they would act in trust and good faith, and; Whereas, it is the intent of Student Association to rescind Bill #43 with the guarantee that student ophion will be acknowledged in the future; The following will be enacted into law by the Student Association on the condition that the Athletic Advisory committee agree to: 1. Come before the Student Association Senate to discuss policy and recieve recommendations from Student Association Senate concerning said policy, and; The following will be enacted into law upon the below condition that : 1. The Director of Men's Intercollegiate Athletics, the coaches of the Men's IntercollegiaSe Athletic Teams, and representatives from each team (students), agree to the following: a) that a parallel structure to the executive structure of W.V.S.O. be organized by January 30, 1974 by means of a meeting with the above mentioned persons and a representative of Student Association; The following be enatced into law as soon as the above two stipulations are fulfilled: 1. Bill #43 is declared null and void, and; 2. Funding for Intercollegaiet Athletics will not be frozen again during this fiscal year, 1973-1974. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting (Special Session) December 14, 1973 Bill #53 (cont ) Sponsored by Jeff Wicks, John Weil, Holly Charette, Chuck Dinatale, and Susan Mayer. Senate Action: 21 yes 4 no 3 abs. Date of Senate Action: December 14, 1973 Date Presented to the President of Student Association: December 15-, 1973 EL61 t 1 730 Date Signed by President Rdbert L. Redlo, President, S.A. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting January 22, 1974 Bill 54 Be it enacted by the Student Association, Senate of the State of New York, College of Arts and Sciences of Oswego that: The Student Association Constitu-kion shall be amended to read as follows : "Article I "Section I All legislative power herin shall be vested in the Student Association Legislature to be composed of a House of Delegates and a Senate. "Section 11. 1. The House of Delegates shall be composed of members chosen annually be the living centers, as defined in the By-Laws of this constitution. 2. All Delegates 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/her election be a member of that living center in which he/she was chosen and shall remain a member of that living center for the duration of his/her office. 3. Delegates shall be apportioned among the several living centers within the college according to the respective numbers in the livng center. The enumeration shall be made forty-five days prior to the All-Campus Election on the basis of estimated membership in each living center for the coming semester. The House of Delegates shall determine the number of Delegates to be chosen by each living cedker, however no living center shall be denied representation in the House of Delegates. The number of Delegates shall never be less than thirteen. HEWID UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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The House of ileiegates shail be apportioned on the basis of one delegate, per every two hundred members of a living center. 4. When vacancies occur in the House by resignation or otherwise, they shall be immediately filled by Writs of Election, issued by the Executive ~uthorit~ of the living center affected, and eventually filled by special election conducted among the residents of such livng centers. 5, The members of the House shall choose a Speaker from among their members. In order to be chosen Speaker, a Delegate must have served one semester prior in the House, except the first Speaker sho shall be chosen at the first general convocation of the House. The Speaker shall hold a voting seat in the House, and shall'conduct the meetings of the House. All meetings shall be conducted by Robert's Rules of order unless two-thirds of the members of the House who are present at any meeting of the House shall otherwise desire. 6. The House shall choose its other officers including a House Leader who'shall perform the duties of the Speaker in his absence and a Clerk. 7. The sole power of impeachment shall rest with the House. "Section I11 1. The Student Association Senate shall be composed of twenty-four Senators chosen on a basis of one Senator per dormitory and twelve at large Commuter Senator seats. If the number of dormitories shall increase, so shall the number of seats in the Senate correspondingly increase on the basis of one seat per new dormitory plus one commuter eeat per new dormitory seat. 2. At the first meeting of the Senate after its election, the members thereof shall be divided equally into two groups. The terms of office of the Senators of the first group shall expire at the end of the current legislative year concurrently with the terms of office of all members of the House of Delegates while the terms of office of the Senators of the second group shall expire at the end of the semester following the expiration of the term of office of the Senators of the first group thereafter, every Senator shall serve a term of office equal to three semesters and every Delegate shall serve a term of office equal to two semesters. 3. In order to be eligible to be a Senator a person must be a fully enrolled student at the State University of New York College at Oswego with an accumulative grade point average one tenth of one point above the college minimum for good academic standing, and each member shall at the time of his election be a member of that living center in which he was chosen and s+all remain a member of that living center for the duration of his term of office. 4. The Vice President of the Student Association shall be the President of the Senate, but shall vote only in the case of a tie.

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(page 3 Bill 54) 5. The Senate shall choose its other officers including a President Pro Tempore who shall serve in the absence of a Vice-president or when he/she shall exercise the office of President of the Student Association, and a Clerk. 6. The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. In all cases of trial of impeachments the Chief Justice shall preside except in the case of his own trial in which event the Vice-president of the Student Association shall preside and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate shall act as President of the Senate. No person shall be convicted without concurrance of two-thirds of the members present. 7 Judgment'in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from office,and disqualification to hold and enjoy any other office of honor or trust in the Student Association. 8. If vacancies shall occur by resignation or otherwise in the Senate, therVice-President of the Student Association shall appoint a representative from the living center concerned to serve until the members of the lving center shall choose a new representative. "Section IV 1. Senators and Delegates shall be chosen at an open election among the members of their living center. 2. The Senate and the House shall assemble at least once every full academic week during the college year, except during the weeks of final examinations, and the first week of the fall semester. Except for those times when the Senate and the House shall meet in joint session, over which both the Speaker ana the President of the Senate shall preside, the meeting of the House in any week shall always precede the meeting of the Senate 3. All Delegates and one-half of the Senate shall be chosen at the All-Campus Election. "Section V 1. Each house shall be the judge of the qualifications of its own members; and a majority shall constitute a-qbtarum~to do business. A smaller number may convene and may be authorized to compel the attendance of absent members under such penalties as provided by either house. 2. Each house may determine the rules of its procedings, discipline its members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a member. 3. Each house shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from time to time publish some, and the yeas and nays of either house on any question shall, at the desire of one-fifth of those present, be entered in the journal. 4. The Senators and Delegates shall receive a compensation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid from the treasury of the Student Association.

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"Section VI No Senator or Delegate shall, during the time for which he/she was chosen hold any other civil office under the authority of the Student Association, and no person holding office under the Student Association, shall be a rnenber of eifher house during his continuance in office. "Section VII 1. All bills concerned with the raising or expenditure of funds shall originate in the House of Delegates, but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments or on ather bills. No bill concerned with the raising or expenditure of funds shall be considered by the House of Delegates in the same week in which it shall be brought before the House except when two-thirds of the members of the House present shall agree to do so. 2. Every bill which shall have passed the House of Delegates and the Fenate shall, before it becomes law, be presented to the President of the Student Association. If she/he approves it, she/he shall sign it, but if not she/he shall return it, with his objections, to the house in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the objections in their-journal and proceed to reconsider it. If after such reconsideration two-thirds of that house shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections to the other house, by which it shall lkewise be recondisered, and if approved by two-thirds of that house, it shall become law. In all such cases the votes of both houses shall be determined by Yeas and Nays, and the names of those voting for and against the bill shall be entered in the journal of each house respectively. If any bill is not returned by the President within ten regular class days after it has been presented to him/her, the same shall be law, in like manner as if he/she had signed it, unless the Legislature by their adjournment prevents its return, in which case it shall not be a law. "Section VIII The Legislature,shall be empowered: 1. To supervise the All-Campus Election through the formation of a Joint Legislative Committee for that purpose. 2. To Assess a Student Association fee, to be uniform throughout the Student Association; 3. To determine the expenditure of the Student Association fee for the general welfare of the Student Association; 4. To have authority to make recommendations over all matters of policy affecting student welfare under this constitution; 5. To determine the line of succession to the office of Student Association President following the Student Association Vice-president. 6. To initiate and enact any legislation to implement the foregoing powers or to fulfill the purpose of the constit

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(page 5, Zili 54) ution as set forth-in the preamble except when such jurisdiction shall be denied by local, state or federal law or by the policies of the State University of New York, or the College of Arts and Science at Oswego. 71 To constitute courts inferior to the Supreme Court. "Section TX 1. No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law, and a regular statement and account of the receipts and expenditures of all money shall be published during the first week of the fall semester and every sixth week thereafter, throughout the school year. 2. The Legislature shall pas9 no law regarding the internal operation of any student organization under the office of the Dean of Students. "Section X 1. Upon presentation to both houses of the Legislature of a petition of twenty-five per cent of the number of voters in the previous All-Campus Election, any bill which they shall deem necessary shall be submitted to the Student Association within two weeks after the presentation of the petition to be accepted or relected, and, if accepted, shall have the same standing as any bill passed by the Legislature and signed by the President. 2. The Legislature may, by two-thirds vote of the total membership, submit any bill to the Student Association, who shall accept or reject it; and if accepted, said bill shall have the same standing as any bill passed by-the Legislature and signed by the President. "Article I1 "Section I11 The duties of the Student Association President shall include: 1. The presentation of a legislative program to the Legislature at a joint meeting of both houses of the Legislature during the first week of the legislative term and at the beginning of each semester thereafter. 2. The appointment with the consent of the members of the Senate of all the officers whose appointment shall not otherwise be provided for. 3. The presentation of periodic messages upon the State of the Student Association ot the Legislature. 4. The execution of all legislation of the Legislature, except when *a specific executive department shall be given authority, in which case the appropriate executive head shall be responsible to this Legislature. "Section IV 2. Convene such special sessions of the Legislature as he/she shall deem necessary.

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3. Recommend to the Legislature such measures as she/he shall deem necessary and expedient. "Article I11 "Section I The judicial power shall be vested in a Supreme Court and such lower courts as the Legislature shall establish. The number and manner of selection of justice of the Supreme and lower.: courts shall be determined by the Legislature and the appointments of the justices of the lower courts shall be for one year. Justices of the Supreme Court shall serve until they vacate their office by resignation or otherwise. "Section I1 I The Legislature shall establish such administrative offices as it shall deem necessary for the operation of the Supreme and lower courts, and the Supremem Court shall have appellate jurisdiction over any lower court created by the Legislature. "Section 111 4. To any case involving violation of an act of either or both houses of the Legislature except as otherwise stated in the following parts of this section. "Article IV This constitution may be amended upon the signing of a petition by two-thirds of the number of votes in the previous All-Campus Election, or by a two-thirds vote of the members of both houses of the Legislature after which an amendment shall be presented to the Student Association within two weeks after the presentation of the petition, in the case of such a presentation, to be accepted or rejected, and if accepted shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of this constitution. "Article V 3. The Delegates and Senators before mentioned and all executive and judicial officers of the Student Association shall Be bouhd by oath or affirmation to support this constitution."

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(page 7, 3ill 54) This amendment shall be presented to the Student Association by the first day of March Anno Domini 1974, and it accepted by them shall be valid and operative during the following All-Campus Election. Introduced by Senator Harmony REPERRED TO CONSTITUTIONAL COMMITTEE ON FEBRUARY 5, 1,754

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, YORK Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant January 22, 1974 Bill 55 Be it enacted by the Student Association, Senate of the State of New York, College of Arts and Sciences of Oswego that: The following policies and procedures relating to IMPEACHMENT AND TRIAL OF CIVIL OFFICERS of the Student Association shall be adopted and considered as law henceforth. I. DEFIN2iTIONS Impeachment shall be defined as the bringing forth of charges against any civil officer of the Student Association. Trial shall be defined as the court procedure for determining the accuracy of those charges brought forth in the impeachment pe$i42on. 11. It shall be the common practice of all members of the Student Association to issue a call for impeachment only after all other corrective avenues have been exhausted. 111. Grounds for Impeachment shall be as follows: A. For the President failure to comply with any provision of the Student Association Constitution, except as noted therein. -failure to comply with an act of the Sena*e when such act has been signed by the President or approved by two-thirds of the Senate and by the membership of the Student Association, except when such act is in conflict with local, state or federal ordinances or in direct violation of the rules and policies of State University of New York or the College of Arts and Science at Oswego. i -misuse of the public monies of the Student Association or the spending of said monies for purposes other than those approved by the Senate of the spending of said monies without the prior approval of the Senate when said approval shall be required. -such other provisions as the Senate may deem sufficient at some time in the future. B. For the Vice-president all of those grounds for HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant (page two, Bill 55) which the President may have a petition of Impeachment drawn against him shall be sufficient grounds for the same with respect to the Vice-president. in addition, the failure of the Vice-Presidant to comply with an order of the Senate, except when said order shall conflict with local, state or federal law or with the policies of the State University of New York or the College of Arts and Science at 0swego.or when said order shall not directly effect the Vice-president as President of the Senate and would interfere with his duties as Vice-president of thestudent Association, shall be sufficient grounds for a Petition of Impeachment to be drawn anainst him. C. For a-senator all of those grounds for which the President may have a Petition of Impeachment drawn against him shall be sufficient grounds for-the same with respect to a Senator. A Senator may have a Petition of Impeachment presented against him only after the Senate has formallv entertained and acce~ted a Censure Motion against him. D. For the Chief Justice &f the Supreme Court failure to obey the Student Association Constitution, except as noted therein. failure to comply with an act of the Student Association Senate when such act has been signed by the President or accepted by two-thirds of the Senate and the membership of the Student Association except when such act shall be in violation of any local, state or federal law or in conflict with the policies of the State University of New York or the College of Arts and Science at Oswego or in conflict with the Constitution of the Student Association as determined by the Supreme Court of the Student Association. -misuse of the public monies of the Student Association. such other provisions as the Senate may deem necessary at some time in the future. E. For an Associati Justice all of those grounds for which the Chief Justice may have a Petition of Impeachment drawn against him shall be sufficientgrounds for the same with respect to an Associate Justice of the Su~reme Court. F. For all other Civil Officers any of those grounds E6r which any of the Civil Officers mentioned in Section 111, paragraphs A through E inclusive herein are liable to have a Petition of Impeachment drawn against him shall be sufficient grounds for the same with respect to any HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK Mdrio M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant (page three, Bill 55) other Civil Officer of the Student Association. "Civil Officer" shall be as defined in the By-laws of the Student AssociAtion. IV. Procedure for Impeachment and Trial of Civil Officers of the Student Association shall be as follows for all 6ficers except a member of the Senate of the Chief Justice of t the Supreme Court: The complainant or complainants shall present a Petition of Impeachment, stating the full name and position of the civil official involved, the date, the name of the aomplainant(s) and the nature of the complaint, with all relevant information relating to the complaint specifically noted on the Petition, to the President of the Senate, or, in his absence, to the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Upon receipt of the petition by the President of the Senate, he shall, within two academic days, convene the Senate in special session at which time the Clerk of the Senate shall publicly read the Petition aloud to the Senate and the Defendant. Upon completion of the reading, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall convene the Senate as an judicium accusatonis over which he shall preside. If twoathirds of those Senators present shall concur, the Civil Officer shall be impeached, and a tribunal shall be called together by the Chief Justice consisting of the President of the Senate, or, in the event that he shall stand accused, the President ProTem~ore of the Senate and three Senators over which the Chi2 > stige s qllopx~<~p~Q~a&i&na$v,~$$&hear all evidence%htck+ke hekndan may esl e to put or in his own behalf. The burden of proof shall lie with the complainant(g). This tribunal shall be assembled within ten calendar days after* the impeachment hearing. If a majority of the members of the tribunal shall judge the accused guilty,as charged, they shall render an appropriate punishment. Judgement shall not extend further than to removal from office, and disqualification-to hold and enjoy any office of honor or trust in the Student Association. In the case of the impeachment of a Senator, immediately after the Clerk of the Senate reads the Petition of Impeachment, the Presgdent Pro Tempore, or, should he stand accused, another member of the Senate designated by the President of the Senate, shall call for a motion to censure the accused Senator. If the motion to censure shall be accepted, the Chief Justice shall then convene the Senate as an judicium accusatonis, except that the defendant shall not vote in his own impeachment. If two-thirds of the Senators present and voting shall HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administ:alive Assistant (page four, Bill 55) concur, the Senator shall be impeached, and a tribunal shall be called together as outlined above. Judgement shall be as before stated. In the case of the impeachment of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the Vice-president of the Student Association shall serve as the presiding officer over all courts and tribunals, and in such instance shall not serve as the President of the Senate but shall devolve all duties of said office, as outlined herein, to the President Pro Tem~ore of the Senatec. If two-thirds of the Senators present and*voting in the judicium accusatonis shall concur, the Chief Justice shall be impeached, and a tribunal shall be called together by the vice-president of the Student Association consisting of the President Pro Tempore of the Senate and three other members of the Senate over which the Vice President of the Student Association shall preside. Judgment shall be as before stated. V. Upon adoption of this measure by the Senate and appropriate action by the President, this measure shall become law and a cppy hereof shall be made available to every Civil Officer of the Student Assocation at the beginning of his term of office henceforth, as well as to all those now serving as a Civil Officer. Introduced by Senator Harmony referred to rules committee for one week, on Febrwry 5, "74. HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administralive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 22, 1974 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 By-Laws of the Student Association shall be amended as follows : Section 3 shall read: "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 following year:" "This section shall become effective on May 1, 1974 if passed, at which time this paragraph shall be expunged from the By-Laws Introduced by Senator D. Harmony Date of Senate Action: -January 22, 1974 Senate Action: Yes 26 Date Signed Robert Redlo, President, Student Assoc. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 2 2, 19 7 4 Bill #57 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill #11 of the 9th Legislative Session shall be amerided sp that the 2nd paragraph shall read: "Be it further enacted that upon approval by the necessary 2/3 of the Senate and the membership of the Student Association, this amendment shall become effective on May 1, 1974, and shall apply to any person holding the office of StudentAssociation President or Vice-president at that time." Introduced by Senator D. Harmony Date of Senate Action: -Senate Action: Yes 26 January 22, 1974 Date Signed Robert Redlo, President, Student Assoc. HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th SeaaBe Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant January 29, '74 Sill 58 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of llrts and Soiences at Oswego that: The Oswego Cheerleaders be alloc4tdd $150 to pay for lunch and dinner for 3 away games, for 10 bqmd members. Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 17-yes 1 1 date eiigned: //w/79' date preeented to the president (President of Std ent ~ssociation) HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University of Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant January 29, 1974 Bill 59 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State afniversity of New Pork, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: SUCO Karate Club be allocated $580.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Instruction Equipment Tournaments (2) Total $580 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: '19-9es VL61 S 0 'mj 'iiate signed: (president of Student ~ssociation) HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administ,-alive Asistan t Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting Jannary 29, 1974 Be it enacted by the Student Aesociation Senate of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that t All undergraduate students be assessed $3.50 for Summer Session 1 (my 28, 1974 through June 28, 1974) and $5.00 for Smer Session 11 (~uly 1, 1974 through August 9, 1974). Studants will be assessed only for those sesaions which they attend. These funds are assessed for the purpose of programing and aminiatering activities. They shall be under the superr vision of the Director of Student Activites or his officially appointed designee (8). All disbursements will be made with the approval of the Student Association Director of Finance. Sponsored by Stare Sucher DATE OF SENATE ACTION: January 29, 1974 DATE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT: January 30, 1974 DATE SIGNED: SENATE ACTION: 18 yes 0 no 0 abs. L I Robert L. Redlo, President Student ~ssociation VETO SUSTAINED HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 18th Senate Meeting January 29, '74 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: Latin Student Union be allocated $3,900 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Puerto Rican Travelling Theatre $1,500 Marta Vidal 3 0 0 Ballet Hispanico de Nuevo York 1,200 Spanish Dinner 350 Miscellaneous 130 Geraldo Rivera (partial) Total Sponsored by the Finance Committee prucntd to The prs/dwJ Senate Action: 16-yes 3-n 3-abs 4\474 date signkd: Robert Redlb (president of Student Association) HEWl?l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administralive Assistant Student AssociaWLon State Uollegs at Oswego Senate 9ht Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 5, 1974 Bill 62 Be it enacted by the Student Aaso~iation Senate of the State University of Hew Pork, CelAege ef Arts axd Suiences at Oswego that: Black Student Union be allocated $4,000.00 from the Program Fund to be broken down as follow^^: &adWhie Playersn Food for Dinner brliauellaneous Total Sponsored by the Finanoe Committee Senate Action: '19-fes the President (President of Student ~ssociation) HEWIll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Reeting February 5, '74 Bill 63 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University Of Hew York, College of Art# and Sciences at Oswego that: The Linguistiaa Club be allocated $650 from the Programt Pugd to be broken down as follows: 3 lecturers a. $100 each. Travel for Lecturers Movie and Tape Field Trip Total S650 .00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 18-yes sate presented to the President (Praaident of Student ~ssociation) HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 0 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University of New York Oswego Senate 19th Senate Meeting February 5, '74 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 Student Association 'Constitution shall be amended as follows : The first part of Article 11, Section I, #2, be amended to include the words "at the beginning of the fall semester during her or his term of office" after the words "above the college minimum. for good academic standning". Be it further amended that: The second part of Article 11, Section I, W 2 which states that: "The President at the beginning of the fall semester during his term of office shall be at least a first semester junior with the minimum of credits to be considered as such, and the Vice-president shall be at least a second semester sophomore," be stricken from the constitution. Be it further enacted that: Should these amendments be passed by the Senate, they will be put to referendum no later than forty (40) academic daysafter their passage. Sponsored by Mary Bucher referred to constitutional committee on february 5, 1974 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association Senate State College at Oswego 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 5, 1974 Bill 65 Be it enacted by the Student Aseociation Senate of the State of New Pork, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Article 2, Section 1, Paragraph 2 of the Student Association Constitution be amended to read: "The President and Vice President shall be regularly enrolled students and shall be at the beginning of their fall term in office at least in their third consecutive semester of attendance at the State University College at Oswego, Neither shall be eligible for graduation until the c~mpletion of the semester in whihch their term of office ends," instead of the present paragraph, Sponsored5by Jeff Carmen, Bill Mulvey, Tony Brown, and Walter Flennning, REFERRED TO CONSTITUTIONAL COMMITTEE ON FEBRUARY 5, 1974 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy Presideni of The Senate Adrninistralive Assistant Student Asssciation State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 5, 1974 Bill 66 Be it enacted by the Student Aseociation Senate of the State University of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Effective with the 1974-75 Fiscal Year all athletic or athletic oriented equipment purchased by, through or with Student Association funds shall remain the sole property of Student Association. Be it further enacted that the President and the Director of Finance of the Student Association or their designated representatives shall initiate and maintain an inventory control system with a full amounting of all athletic oriented equipment td~ be mPe at the beginxg and esnolusions of each school year, And that the nee sf any and all athletic or athletic oriented equipment purchased by, through or with Student Association funds for any purpose other than intercollegiate and intramElEa1 athletic programs shall be expressly forbidden, And that the Director of Men's Intercollegiate Athletics, the Direotor of Moments Varsity Sports, the Director of Men's Recreation Aasooiation, The Director of Women's Athletic Association, The advisor to Cheerleaders and any and all faculty and staff lubers at State University College at Oswego who serve in any advisory or directory eapactiy to any athlete or athletic oriented activity shall be notified by the P*esident of Student Association by April 30, 1974, that the responsibility for disposal .&+any athletic or athletic oriented equipment purchased by, through or with Student Association funds shall lie eoley and completely with the Presidd of the Student Association or his designee, and that should there be any discrepanes betwen fall and spring inveatory totals sach that they cannot be accounted for by the examination of recePpts HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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page2, Bill 66 held by the Director of Finance, the sum lacking shall be automatically deducted from the sum recommended in the following year's budget, And that any violations of this act shall result in -immediate suspension of the expenditure of money for the athibtic or athletic oriented organization(s) until a committee of the Senate has investigated said violations and is satisfied that said violations could not be allowed to re-occur. Sponsored by Dan Harmony C Senate Action : 7 to the President t bate Signed:
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant February 5, 1974 Bill 67 Be 2% enacted by the Student Association Senate, of the State of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : All clubs and organizations that receive fund8 from Stadent Besociation, must inelude in all of their adverti~ing and publie-ity, that they are an organization or caSlb funded by Student Association Furthemore, this bill shall become law on March 19, 1974. Any club or organization that does not comply with thie law shall not be funded the following semester. Spon~ored by Senator Weil. Senate Action:" 23-yes 3rl479 aate signed: +/79 date preaented to the President (President of Stadent Bssocation) HEWIll UNION PHONE (315)' 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant To aPP students, cshbs, or organizations receiving Student Association Funds, We hare encountered many students~this year, who do not know what or who Student Association is, or where their $33.50 has gone to, And, some students do know something about Student Aasoeiation, but are quite concerned with the way we spend money, So, we shall now, beginning on March 19, 1974 require any organizations that receive any funds from S.A. t9 include our name an any and all publicity and advertising, along with the name of their own group, (sponsored by S,A,, Funded by S.A,, or something to that effect),~Anyone not complying with Bill 67 will not be funded next semester, We hope that this will help to clear things up, and make students nore aware of what and who is financed from their activity fee each semester, Please don't forget the date, if you hare any questions pleaae eontact me in room 205, Hewitt Union, (3601-2) HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant LIST OF ALL ORGANIZATIOHS AND CLUBS NOTIFIED (BY MAIL) AS TO THE REQUIFUWEBTS OF BILL 67. 46. Business & Economics Club 47. Ski Club 3. WQCR 48. Catalina Club 4. Ontarian 49. Karate Blub 5. College Band 50. Bit 'n spur 6. Choralaires 51. Day Care Center 7. Chamber Singers 52. Del Sarte 8. Solid State 53. I.A. Ass. 9. Orchestra 54. BSU 10.College Choir 55 Judo Club 11.United Music Organization 56. Biology Club 12. Blackfriarg 57. Writer's Guild 13. SAPAC 58. French Club 14. PPB 59. Cheerleading 15.Chemistry Club 60. Flying Club 16. Gays fpr~Human Lib. 61. Crisi Center 17. Judo Club 62. Oswego Vets 18.Women for a New World 63. HIA 19.Italian Club 64. WSO 20.Free University 65. hA 21.Computer Scienae club 66. 22.Studeat HYS Taacherts Ass. 67. Student Wives 23.Philosophy Club 68. Geography Club 24. Student Art league 69. Mathelaatics Club 25.Enlish Association 70. Physics Club 26.Tai Chi Chutan Workshop 71. Psychology Club 27.0xder of Prometheus 72. Uhura Sasa 28.Senior Committee 73. Buckeyes 29.B!lqqsics Club 74. Polish Club 3O.Spanish Club 75. Inter-sorority Council 31.0swego St. Polk Dancer's 76. Inter-firaternity Council 32.Yoga Club 77. Inter-Greek Council 33.ETative American Brotherhood78. Chinese Club 34,Russian Club 79 Eco)ogy Club 35.Latia Student XT nion 80. Bahai Club 36.Campue in the Making (PPB) 81. Ball~t Caub 37.Club Football 82. Sports Car Club 38 .Outing Club 83. Sons of the Wilted Wallet 39.Draft Info Council 84. Chess Club 40.International S.A. 85. Hen's Glee Club 41.Rugby Club 86. 42.Geman Club 87 43.Lake shore Amateur Radio 88. 44 ,Sheldon Forensics 89 45.6ttle Bus 90 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Sesaisn 19th Senate Maetiq@; February 5, 1974 Bill 68 Be it enacted by the Stndent Association Senate of the Sthte University College of Hew York, College of Arts and Scieneres at Oswego that: A comaittee be formed to deal with the stabject of Faculty members as aasociatb members of the Stndent Association, and with the issue of voting rights of Facnlt Senators, This committee shall be composed of three f3) Student Association Faculty Senators and Five (5) other Senators, They shall report their findings in the form of a bill, bg: krch 19, 1974, The treasurer of Stddsnt Association shall be an ex-offi~io~kmmntber of their committee, SponOored by Dan Harmony and Oohn Weil Senate Action: 20-yes 2-no (hand vote) 3'74 date signed: date presented to The Presidmt President of Student Assoeiation, HEWl?l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administral~ve Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 5, 1974 Bill 69 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Univerltrity of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Director of Finance be authorized to establish a special sax and OblinaEions account, to finance the payment of employee related faxes and other snoh emplsyeeemployer obligations, The money for this aceount shall be taken *om the General Phnd, Sponsored by Daniel TBarmony, Senate Action: 24-yes (hahd-vote) VLB! 6 1 EM date signed: &ate presented to the President (Premident of Stddent ~ssociation) HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association Senate State College at Oswego 9th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 12, 1974 Sill 70 Be it enacted by the Stadeat Association Senate of the State University of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $3,395.00 be allocated from the Program Fund for the Senior Clambake, to be broken down as follows: cl~bake...............$3,000.00~3 b~d...........m...ooeooeo360,00 printing casts.............35.00 TOTAL Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: '29-ses VL616 1 W' date signed: date presented to the President HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Aasocaiton State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 20th Senate Heetiag February 12, 197 4 Be it enadsad by the Student Association Senate of the State Oniversity of Hew Yark, College of Arte and Sciencea at Oswego that : Oewego Iaduatrial Arts Aerlsoeiation be allocated $499.50 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Operating Expenses..............................$22~ Professienal Convention......................... 139.50 Field Trips and Activites....................... 100 total $459.50 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action 19-yes pui 0 '833 date signed: 23/79 date presented to the President of Student ~ssoeiatinn HEWln UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State Collage at Oewego Senate 9th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 12, '74 :U Bill 72 Be it emoted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Hew York, Col&Lge of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Student Association will be responsible for the payment of any damaged and/or missing furniture that Housing loans th the Oswego Women's Criais Center, up to and ineluding $250. Sponsored by Holly Charstte Senate Action: 16-yes \ date presented to the President of Student ~ssociation HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th. Legislative Session 20th. Senate Meeting February 12, 1974 Bill 73 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate, State University College of Arts and Science at Oswego that: The Yoga Club be allocated $90.00 to be broken dpwn as follows: Transportation ............. $90.00 Sponsored by Dan Harmony referred to the Finance Committee on 2/12/74 by 15-ye s 5-no 5-abs HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting February 19, 1974 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 breakdown for the budget for PPB mCampus-In-The-Makingm be reappropriated as follows: 8 tapes........................ $1,102.00 Po~cher............................350.00 TWO Reels of 1" Ampex Tapes.........86.00 Photographic film and processing.. ..33,5O Publieity...........................20.00 Total Be it furlhher enacted that $486.00 be returned to the Program Fund. Sponsored by Jeff Wicks, Ed Falco, Marie Brutvan. Senate Action 18-yes date Presanted to the President of Student ~ssoeiation HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 19, 1974 Bill 75 Be it enaeted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The approved allocation to Latin Student Union as delineated by Bill 61 shall be redistributed according to the following specifications: 'i Puerto Riean Travelling Theatre.................. $1500 Marta Vidal...................................... 300 Spanish Di~er................................... 350 #iscellaneons.............................. 130 Geraldo Rivera,,,,,.......,...................... 1,250 TOTAL.......................... $3,530.00 Be it further enacted that $300 from the original $3,030.00 allocation be returned to the Program Fund. Sponsored by Jeff Wieks, And Maria Roman Senate Action 12-yes 5-no 2-abs date signed: date presented to the President. Student ~ssocaitiok HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 19, 1974 Bill 76 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences ar Oswego that : Article 2 section 1 paragraph 2 sentence 2 of the Student Assoeiation Constitution be eliminated. This sentence reads: The President at the beginning of the fall semester during his term of office shall be at least a first semester junior with the minimum of credits to be considered as such, and the Vice-President r-11 be at least a second semester sophomore.! Sponsored by Jeffrey Carmen, William Mulrey, Tony Brown, Bob Redlo HEWI?l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mdrlo M. Malave T. Paul Murphy Presrdent of The Senate Adrninistrat~ve Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd. Senate Meeting February 26, 1974 Bill 77 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Rugby Club be allocated $892;00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Lime.............................$ 48.00 referee........................^. 100.00 Phone............................ 15.00 Tournament fee................... 25.00 2 Rugby balls..................... 50.00 Advertising....................... 20.00 Transportation....................400.00 Uniforms..........,............,..234.00 TOTAL: $892 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Serate Action : '16-yes ?-no date signed: I I bate 'presented to the President: Student Association HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mar10 M Malave President of Th Senate stud& Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting Bill 78 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 26, 1974 Be it enacted %y the Student Association Senate of the State University of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Spanish Club be allocated $400,00 from the Program Fund for "Segundo Pastorn, a concert-guitarist, Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 20-yes PLGL S?fN date signed: 37"'7/7 Y date Preaented to The President of Student ~ssociation HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Adrninist:ative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting March 5, 1974 Bill 79 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Universtiy of New York, College of Arts and Sciencea that : The previous allocation to Latin Student Union be redistributed as follows: Marta Vidal $ 300.00 Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre 1500.00 Miscellaneous 130.00 Spanish Dinner 350.00 Ballet Hispanico 750.00 Car Rentalzand Travel expense 100.00 Total. ............. ..........................$'3,13O..sd Be it further enacted that 8400 be returned to the Program Fund. Sponsored by Maria Roman and Jeff Wicks Senate Action : 15-yes wl 8?M date signed: ~/k/7? a e presen ed to the President Robert Redlo! President of-~tudent Association HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Le islative Session 8 24th S nate Meeting March 26, 1974 BILL 80 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: I. Article 111, Section A of Bill 91, 8th Legislative Session, be replaced with the following: (A) $1,200.00 be allocated from the Student Association Fiscal Budget to be set aside in a special account, 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 elections. (B) No candidate shWl be allowed more than $150.00 in S.A. campaign funds from this account. (C) If it is determined that more than eight students are eligible for Presidential and Vice-presidential candidacy, the sum in this account shall be evenly divided between each candidate. (D) If a Presidential candidate and a Vice-Presidential candidate wish to campaign on the same ticket as "running matesw they must state this intent on their respective petitions. They will than be allowed, if they so desire, to combine their funds allocated to them from the aforementioned account. (E) No candidate shall be allowed to spend S.A. campaign funds for any purpose other than his/her election campsbgn. Purthermore, no candidate shall be allowed to spend his/her own personal funds on his/her campakgn, unless the case arises that there are mcre than eight candidates. If thme are more then eight candidates, each candidate, from his/her personal funds, shall be allowed to spend up to the number of dollars to make up the difference between: the amount h/she is allocated from the S,A. Campaign-fund account, and $150.00, (3') All disbursement of campaign funds must be made thmmgh the Finance Bept. of S.A., "gi'S:J complying to present policy specifications. These include: no charged purchases (without a purchase order); and (2) packing slips, invoice and actual campaign merchandise received must be identical, HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant BILL 80, CONTINUED. (G) All unused funds from this account shall be returned to the S.A. General Fund. 11. Article I, Section A of Bill 91, 8th LegA Ses. be amended so that the following specification is made: Petitions will be made available at noon 40 days before the election is to take place. 111. Article I, Section B of Bill 91, 8th Leg. Ses. shall be replaced with the following: All petitions must be turned in to the Student Association Office by 3 P.M. 30 days before the election is to take place. IV. Article I, Section D of Bill 91, 8th Leg. Ses. be replaced with the following: Campaigning may begin at noon 28 days before the election is to take place. In order for a student to be eligible for S.A. campaign funds, it must be determined by the appropriate officials that he/she is a bona fide candidate according to the specifications of this bill and S.A. guidelines; bona fide candidates will be notified 28 days before the election is to take place. V. If it is determined by Student Association, its appointed designee, or the S.A. Judiciary that one or more of the provisions of this bill have been violated by any candidate, that candidate shall forfeit his candidacy. If this determination is made after the election of the candidate-in-question, that candidate shall forfeit his election and a new election shall be held. VL. This bill is effective as of the 1974-75 Biscal Year. Sponsored by Jeff Wicks SENATE ACTION: 7-yes 9-110 DEAFEATED HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602 DEFEATED

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy ,. Presideni of The Senate Administialive Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 26, 1974 Bill 81 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The State University College at Oswego Veterans Club be allocated $160.00 for the purpose of sending a voting delegation to the annual convention of the National Association of Concerned Veterans in Rochester, N.Y. (April 2-6). The breakdown of expenses is as follows: Room reservations (for 2) Delegate fees Transportation --TOTAL ALLQCATIOW: $160.00 Sponsored by Jim Van Epps Senate Action: 8-yes 6-no 7labs. PL61 I W 0 bate signed: date presented to the President Bob RedlcY, President of student Assocdation HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Adrninistiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting April 3, 1974 Bill 82 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Any group that is not granted a particular request at the annual Senate Budget Meetings shall not be allowed to resubmit I the same request later in the Fiscal Year, with the intent of gaining monies from the Program Fund or from any other fund. Sponsored by the Budget Council withdrawn HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State Univers&ty College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting April 3, 1974 Bill 83 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: I. Article 111, Section A of Bill 91, 8th Legislative Sessioh be replaced wtih the following: A) $850 bd allocated from~e Student Association Fiscal Budget to be set aside in a special account, 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 elections. B) Each candidate shall addaan additional $15.00 to the aforementioned fund on the day that the campaign begins. The dandidate will then, and only then, have the righf to draw up to $100 from the fund under the folaowing listed conditions. C) No candidate shall be allowed more than $100.00 in S.A. campaign funds from this account. All funds spent on any candidates campaign mgst come from this account. D) If it is determined that mbre than ten students are elhgible for Presidential and Vice-presidential candi.dacy, the sum in this account shall be evenly divided between each candidate. E) If a Presidential candidate and a Vice-presidential candidate wish to campaign on the same ticket as "running' matest1 they must state this intent on their respective petitions. They will then be allowed, if they so desire, to combine the funds allocated to them from the aforementioned account. F) No candidate shall be allowed to spend S.A. campaign funds for any purpose other than his/her election campaign. If there are more than loncandidates, each oihe may put into the fund the number of dollars it takes to make up the HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Bill 83, Page 2 difference between the amount s/he is allocated from the S.A. campaign fund account, and $100.00. G) All disbursement of campaign funds must be made through the Finance Department of S.A., rigidly complying to present policy specifications. These include: (1) no charged purchases (without a purchase order) ; and (2) packing slips, invoice and actual dampaign merchandis recived must be identical. H) All unused funds from this account shall be returned to the S.A. General Fund. 11. Article I, Section A of Bill 91, 8th Leg. Ses. he amended so that the following specification is made: Petitions will~be made available at noon 45 days before the election is to take place. 111. ABticle I, Section B of Bill 91, 8th Leg. Ses. shall be replaced with the following: All petitions must be turned in to the Student Association Office by 3 P.M. 35 days before the electionris to take place. IV. Article I, Section D of Bill 91, 8th Leg. Ses. may be replaced with the following: Campaigning may begin at noon 28 days before the election is to take place. In order for a student to be eligiible for S.A. cmapaign funds, it must be determined by the appropriate officials that s/he is a bona fide candidate according to the specifications of this bill and S.A. guidelines; bona fide camdidates will be notified 28 days before the election is to take place. V. If it is determindd by the S.A. Judiciary that one or more of the provisions of this bill have been violated by and candidate, that candidate shall forfeit his candidacy. If this determination is made after the election of the candidate-in-question, that candidate shall forfeit his election and a new election shall be held. VI. This bill is effective as of 1974-5 Fiscal Yeax. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administ,-alive Assistant Sponsored by Jeff Wicks, Wenay Karp, Robin Braunstein, Jeff Carmen, Marie Brutvan, Leslie Kirschner, Holly Charette, Amy Seiden, and Jim ~iaravino. Senate Action 3-7-yes date presented to the P~esidant date signed: President of Student Association HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Sesion 26th Senate Meeting,, April 8, 1974 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Callege of Arts and Sciencew at Osweg that: Bill 81 be amended as follows: Article I, Section C shall read: An official slate of candidates shall be posted on the Student Association bulletin board in the lobby of Hewitt Union, and at the desks of any dormitories mnvolved by noon, one week after the day on which the petitions were due." Sponsored by Mario Malave Senate Action 20-yes date presented to the President President 'sf Student Association, Robert Redlo HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administralive Assistant Bill 85 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciencessat Oswee that: Program Policy Board be restructured along the following guidelines: I. PPB is created to conceive and administer enterdsainment and educational programs at SUBO;, in the generalaareas of fine arts, popular concer$s, films, impromptu and video programming. 11. Membership is-open to all undergraduate students-who will be attending academic classes on this campus for the full academic year following their selection. ---(A.) Membership shall be determined by a interviewing committee consisting of allcurrent board members (inclusive of ex-officio members), a member of the Hewitt Union staff, and two other non-stndents. Selections shall be held once every spring semester. (B.) Each Board member shall take office at the conclusion of the spring semester in which they were selected and shall serve until such time tha.t he/she shall submit his/her resignation or is otherwise disqualified for office. (c.) In the event of vacancies during an academic year, the Board shall be empowered to fill that vacancy in the most expedient way. The person filling the open posit#on shall serve until the time of Board selections in the spring, at which time a permanent member shall be selected and take office immediately. (D.) In the event that any selected Board member fails to assume his/her responsibilities, the Board shall be empowered to hold hearing, in the presence of the Bupreme Court Chief Justice, to determine if he/she shall be removed fror the Boa.rd. If a vacancy arises, the Board shall be empoweres to fill the vacancy in the most expedient way, with the approval of the Chief Justice. 111. There shall be no more than 25 members and no fewer than HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave Prewdent of The Senate Student Association State College of Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Adrninist;alive Assistant Bill 85, continued. 15 members; exclusive of ex-officio members, at the end of each academic year. (A.) There shall be three ex-officio members of the Board. These shall include one appointee of the chief executive of Student Association to serve coinciding terms; one SenaCor at large (to be elected by that body) and one Senator from the Senate Student Affairs Committee (to be elected by that body.) The latter shall serve terms coinciding with their terms in the Senate. (B.) The ex-officio members shall be responsible for informing the body or office that they represent, of the workings of the Program Policy Board. IV. The internal structure and operations of PPB shall be determined by the Board. V. This Bill shall supercede all previous legislativn. Sponsored by Steve Sucher Semte Action withdrawn WITHDRAWN WITHDRCIWN WITHDRCIWN WITHDRAWN HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE m OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 1 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting April 9, 1.974 Bill 86 Be it enacted by the Student Association 3enate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: WKERRAS, Program Policy Board handles in excess of $100,00 of student generated monev each academic year; and WHEREAS, Bhe Sunreme Court of Student Association haa ordered Program Policy Foard to reor~anize along those lines established be legj slatjve mandate ; and WHEREAS, students have a vested in&erest in how and by whom their money is handled and distributed; and WHEREAS, PPB is not a grou!, or organization, but is a department of the Executive Branch of'student Association; The Student Association Senate does hereby legjslate the following set of pidelines toi,lbe followed by PPR, or any group, agency or board which may be established in its place at a later time: I. PPB is created to conceive and administer entertainment and educational proerams at S .U.C .B. In the,:general areas of fine arts, popular concerts, fiI.rns, jmnromytu and video programming. IT members hi^ on PPB shall be onen-to, but not limited to, all undergraduate students who will be or are attending academic classes at S.U.C.O. for the full academic year following their selection. TIT Membership on PPB shall be determined in the manner outllned below: A. New members on PPB shall be chosen each year between the dates of February 2 and March 1. B, Definite time limjts shall be established by the Board durine which it shall accept applications from interested students, Absolutely no exceptions shall be allow$d, HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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C. There shall be no Tore than 30 mem\ers and no few~r than 20 members of the Roard at any time, exclusive of those members who are ex-officio and thy7? non-votine. D. The numbor of members of the Board shall. bn determined at the time r_.jYer rwbers are selectad 2s outlined in sections A, B, and C above, ar?? R+ nn'time fn the following 1 year shall this number be exceeded or reduced. E Irregardless of the nurrber of students pba f o constitute the membershiv of thel9oard, -Ehe followinu ?tudents shall be full votinq sembe-F of thq Roard and s52ll be included as part of t5e ncmbershi~ of the ??c?rd: V, Statuz of Fm-stu3c3nt Nmbers of thn Rmrd A. T3.e DPrector nf hctivitss of H2~it-t lkicn Stnff and or his/ her d.esimee skall be ar, ex-officio ~wbm of the Rmrd. B. PPR my--select a.cy nor,-students to scrve on the Board a.z the nembsrz m?y desire. hy and a11 non-studknts snlncte.? -to serve shall nct h9.w a vote on t)le 2oa.rd

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Rill 86, Qty LF?. S~S, Page 3 (c.) Any snd ,211 non-stnirents selected to serve on the Board shall be venb~rs of the col.1 eb? cnmnml tv (~aculty and staff) for the duration of thejr tenure with PPR. .--~ . . 1. pT.;,,Fcr the ytntnt time (~pril-May-June, 1974), j.n accord~nce with the Sunreme Gnurt of Stud.ent A.ssocl.ation order, the Board shalll reorcanize a3 foll.ows: (A*) An Sntervl.ewjn~ committee shal.1. be established consistfr,~ of a.11 clnrrbn? Foard mn3ers plus a reyesentative ofthe nffice of the President of SA ?!.us a rwrresenta.tj.cre of the office of the Director of Finance of SA, plus a renresentative nP the Senate of SA, p1vs a. mevber of the staff of Yewltt ?Jn!.on, who shall he the Directnr of Actl.vSt3ns of FTewitt TJnion, plus a rerresentative of the Student Af fai.rs Cl)mmittee. (R.) The Roar4 map selert; a.nv other Fersons to seme on the Tnterv!.ewi.rg committee as they may desfrs, These persons, who mv he eSther students or non-st;i..~dor.t~, hut, 1.n a.nv case mnst hs menbe~s of the co!.7sm covmtr~l.tv (stvdsnt, facultv, nr ~taff 1 will be ex-off;.?! n, nom-vnt;in~ members. (c.) Any ~n~j~~lbers of the Ror7rd wesentrly who me rea??l.ging may nnS; C;erve on the Interviewlv~ cnrrmittee. (D. ) Tnt;orvj.ew.re..for new members sha.l.1 be acco~~7 i shed and sel ectinns made hy Fsv 3.. 7 97A, (R.) ?rnce~vws fo~ sele~t~n~! nf c~ndldates h:r the ;?-tterV? PW~~Q ~orinZ ch,71? he nstabl 4 ?h.ed hv The +r+nr?ri pwtnu comrn!ttsc! vi.a ?!ma !flniS;~r vote hv *hn pov~;t+;ep rn?nmhw-9. (F,) -417 int~rviw,~rln~ and ~~lection ~h21.l be ~qdc by 8.t; least 213 of the tnt;a.l v.emborship of the boar4, -. VIT, Vaczncjes (A*) Vacmcfes or? the Roard shall be f!llec? by an-nrova.1. of a new me~her to rmlace a. memhor 1.eavlnq tFe Pmrd bp a rnajorltv vote of the membe~s of ths Roard, ~xcludln.~ ex-officio members. I. Disquallfacrtim3 (A,) A emh her of the ?,oard sha1.l. be di srni.ssed bv the Roa.rd by majoritv vv*e, unle~s otherwi se noted, if ~he/h~ fits into any of the e;rcrm~-h.nnces Itsted be3.o~. In any event, persnn.~ clisrr\?'s5ed hawe re-oursc! to the SA Sn~reme Court to appeal the deolslon qf the Soard.. '1. The ~~rnber is ng I..nn.rrer a me-her of the col.3.ege com~mstv (facnltv, students, and staff). 2. Thp rnwh~r ha.s not f'ulfi.l3ect hls/her obli~ation a.s a member of th.s Soard. (?.?IS s requlres a 2/3 mqSority vote, with all. aevbers votina) 3. The MRer has rcneated1.v carried out hi.s/her affairs *in opnosition to the guidelines of the Board, even after warnlnm 4. The -ember is miss-oendinr the rnonj~es ln hl s/h.er care. 5. The mqer Is mj.s118!.n~ the zuthoritv granted to .hirn/her bv:-the ;~x; delinos. 6. The E~%PT has been fomd to be unable to ;.:ark with the ot.he=. members nf the Roard. (~hi.s requires unanimous vote by all Bqsrd wembers) ,(8.1 2/3 of the mE3krs of the Fonrd c?p potj,tion the Su~r~? Col-U?t to dialualif~ .a member if they canrot reach a unanis;

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Rill 86, 9th Leg. Ses. F? ~e A agcision regarding wber 6 above. IX, Len-~th of Mcmbers3ip A. Lenuth of membership on the Board shall be from March 1. to Msrch 1 of the followinp; year. (Tt is under!, stood that each bwrd member if res~ozsible for all contracted events for the scademic ycsr jn which It servcs) At this time 211 mambsrs of the Board must rea~ply if they desire to continus on the Board for the next year. Disqualification or rmsipation of a memher of the Board shall constitute termination of membershin on the Board. X, This legislation voids any and all previous legi;rjl8$&an dea1ln.g in this area regarding Progran Policy Board, Sponsored by Holly Charette 4 /l w74date p-ecented to the Presl dent PLFI'L! L 'w date signed: President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Adrninistiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting April 9, 1974 Bill 87 Be ite enacted by the Student Association. Senate of the State University of New Yorg, College of Arts and Sciencewat Oswego that : Nominees for the position of Chief Justice or Associate Justice of Student Association Supreme Court shall appear before a screening committee. This committee shall be composed of 4 members and a chairperson. All the members must be senators. The chair~erson will not vote fhxcept in a case of a tie. The committee must act within 5 academic days after the justices are nominated by the President of !SA. The committee must report to the SA Senate with a recommendation. Nominees must also appear at the Senate meeting dealing with their confirmation to be open to all questions of Senate. Members of the screening committee will be elected at the first Senate meeting of each new legislative Session. Eponsored by Steve Cafarelli. Senate Action none HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Shaate 9th Legislatve Session 26th Senate Meeting April 9, 1.974 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: Nominees for the position of Chief Justice or Associate Justice of Student Association Supreme Court shall appear before a screening committee. This committee shall be composed of 4 members and a chairperson. One half of those on the committee must be women and all the members must be senators. The chairperson will not vote except in a case of a tie. The committee must act within 5 academic days after the justices are nominated by the President of Student Association.,, The committee must report to the SA Senate with a recommendation. Nominees must also appear at the Senate meeting dealing with their confirnation to be open to all questions of Senate. Members of the screening committee will be elected at the first Senate meeting of each new legislative session. Sponosred by Robin Braunstein, Wendy Karp, Mary Bucher. Senate Action none HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administiative Assistant Student association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Tjegislative Session 26th Senate Meeting April 1-6, 1974 Bill 89 Be it enacted by tha. Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Nominees for the position of Chief Justice or Associate Justice of Student Association Supreme Court shall appear before a screeening committee. This committee shall be composed of 4 members and a shairperson. Two members shall be women; two members shall be men. The chairperson may be either sex. All :the members must be senators. The chairperson will not vote except in a case of a tie. The committee must act within 5 academic days after the justices are nominated by the President of Student Association. That committee must then report to the SA Senate with a recommendation within 2 weeks of the nomination by the President. Nominees must also-appear at the Senate maeting dealing with their confi~mation to be open to all questions of the Sena$e. Members of the sc&gening committee will be elected at the first Senate m~eting of each new Iegisl-ative session. Sponsored by Robin Braunstein, Mary Bucher, and Wendy ~arp/ Senate Action 18-yes 4/22/74 date presented to The President VETO SUSTAINED of Student ~ssociati-on HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting April 16, 1974 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas a large proportion of the student teachers live in the Oswego area while they are student teaching, and whereas, they are still able to accrue the benefits provided by Student Association, Be it enacted that all persons student teaching or interning within a fifty (50) mile radius will not be eligible for a refund of their S.A. acti.vity fee. I* Sponsored by Steve Sucher XBnate Action 36-yes ?-no 4-abs 4/22/74 date presented to The President rm6c &# VETO SUSTAINED date signed: President of Student Association HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legisl-a.tive Session 27th Senate Meeting April 1.6, 1974 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; WHEREAS; Check Cashing provides a valuabl~ service to the College Community; and WHEREAS; Sufficient monies are not a.t the present %&me available to serve the needs of the College Community; Check-Cashing be allocated $2,500.00 from the General Fund of the fiscal year 1974-75 at the termination of this semester. Sponsored by Steve Sucher Senate Action 3 0-ve s date signed: date presented to The Presid-ent president of ~tfudent Association HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Adrninist;ative Assistant Student Association State College At Oswego 9th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 16, 1974 Bill 92 Be it enacted University of Oswego that: by the Student Association Senate of the State New York College of Arts and Sciences at WHEREAS: Faxulty, Administrators, and Graduate Students Use SA services at no cost,and FJKEREAS: Undergraduate students pay fer those services; Faculty, Pdministra.tors, and Graduate Students be al.lowed to pay SA fees at full price and be able to have the exact same privileees as undergraduate students. Introduced by BOB Redlo Senate Action ; 2 0-ye s 2-no 1-abs date presented to the President President of ti dent Association HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy Presideni of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting Bill 97 Re it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Ufiiversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: WKEREAS: S.U.C.O. at Oswego has two swnmer sessions for students; and WHEREAS: Oswego students may end up being very bored without some activities being offared; A $3.50 fee be assessed to students 1st session, and a $5.00 fee be assessed 2nd Session. ~lso, there shall be a Summer Program Board consisting of: 1. -The Director of Housing or his/her designee 2. The Director of the Union or h$s/her designee 3. OnQtstudent chosen by the SA President from the dorms, and one minorit student. (~lso chosen by the SA Preside*t 5 The Director of Finance of SA shall be an exofficio mmber 5. The President of SA or his/her designee All activites will come under finalapproval from Student Association. Introduced by Bob Red1.o Senate Action : 19-yes R nt 0 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Sess&on 27th Senate Meeting April. 16, 1974 Bill 94 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that? TBe following guidelines be adopted by the 3RD Curriculum members of the Coordinating Committee for the Student Association-3rd Curriculum Lecture Series: GErnIIAL r~he Student Association-3rd Ckrriculum Lecture Series, initiated in 1970, continues as a cooperative project of these two organizations and is the Coll.egets major program involving prominent speakers on$..a formal basls. Joint sponsorship implies comparable support by each organization, in terms of funding and persnaulel. More specifically, the Student Association and the 3rd Curriculum allocate equivalent sums of money to cover speaker's honoraria (FEES), and such expenses as publicity, local transportaion, and as necessa&y) meals and lodging for guest lectureres. In addition, individuals repres&nting each of the co-sponsors serve on the committee which plans and coordinates all aspects of the Lecture Seri~s. 3. The following is an outline of the method for selecting 3rd Cu&5cufum personnel for this committee, and some of the responsihilites of these individuals. SELECTION 1. it is essential that a campus-wide Frogram such as the Lecture Series reflect the general interests of the College Community, and those of the student body in particular. Thk, (very effort must be made to include on the coordinating committee, persons who are renresentative of the campus population. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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The Fre.-.Tnn+ of SA or his or her desl~nee \:.ill also be a. member.



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 16, 1974 Bill 95 Be it enacted by the Student Associa.tion Senate of the StaBe University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 93 shall. be amended as follows: All faculty, administrators, and graduate students that serve on the S.A. Sente will have full voting priveleges on all matters co&ng before that body for a vote. Speonred by Robin Braunstein Senate Action Withdrawn. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative 8ession Busget Hearings April 18, 1974 Bill 96 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Univeasity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All allocations for inter-colikegiate activities must be spent as enumerated for each meal, and no transfers or combinations may be made. Sponsored by John Weil Senate Action: 2-yes 13-110 1-abs. DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senaat e 9th Legislative Session Budget Hearings April 24, 1974 Be it enacted by the Student Associati-on Spate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and ,Sciences at Oswego that: A $1 limit for breakfast, a $1.50 limit for.lunch, and a $2 limit for dinner be set for all students who are going on away trips on business for Student Association. In order to qulaify for meal money students must meet the follwine; criteria : 1. For breakfast money students must leave on their SA business before 8:00 AM, and not return beforee 12 noon. 2. For lunch money students must leave on their SA business before 12 noon and not return before 3:00 pm. 3. For dinner money $tudents must leave before 5:00 pm and not return before 7:00 pm. Students will also be able to combine their meal money into a smaller nuqber of meals if they so desire, as long as they fit the previous qualifications for funding. Sponsored by Bob Redlo Senate Action: 3-yes 9-110 3-abs DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED D EFEATED HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association StaBe College at Oswe o ~hnate 9th Legisla.tive Session 27th Senate Meeting April 70, 1974 Bill. 98 Be it ena.ctdd by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Any group whose money was curtailed by the -Senate 4 Rudget Hearings shall not be allowed to resubmit the request or a smili1a.r request for an event already cut in the budget hearings with the intention of getting money from program fund. This will not halt groups for asking for money form the Program Fund for new vents. Sponsored by Robin Rraunstein Senate Action: q-ves DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego S nate 9Fh ~egislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 30, 1974 Rill 99 Be % endeted by the Student Association Senate of the Sta University of New York, Col-]-ere of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Tn order to qualify for meal money students mwt meet the foll-owing criteria: 1) For breakfast money students must leave on their SA business before 8 AM and not return before 32 noon. 2) For lunch money students must leave on their SA business before 712 noon and not return before 3 pm. 3) For d.?'nner~~rnoney students must lea.ve before 5 pm and not retun before 7 pm.' Students may not combine their meal. money into a smaller number of meaK Sponsored by Robin Braunstein. Senate Action: $-yes 11-no 2-abs DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting April 30, 1974 Bill #lo0 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Whereas, entirely too much authority and power is vested in the Office of the Director of the Department of Accounting and Finance; and Whereas, this authority and power should be vested in the Office of the President of Student Association, as an elected official; therefore, Be it'enacted that: 1. Henceforth, the person holding the position of Student Association Receptionist, now held by one Marguerite Pesce, shall be directly responsible to the President of Student Association; and 2. Henceforth, the person holding the position of Student Association Bookkeeper-Accountant, now held by one Carol Santoro, shall be supervised by the Director of the Department of Accounting and Finance, but shall be directly responsible to the President of Student Association; and 3. The Student Association senate -shall have ultimate authority and control over all internal operations of the Student Association government; and 4. the Student Association Senate shall be empowered to terminate the employment of any and/or all Student Association emplgyees who deliberately fail to follow and laws, regulations, guidelines or procedures established by legislative mandate or statute or executive mandate, except the President of Student Association, the Vice-president of Student Association, members of the Supreme Court of Student Association, and members of the Student Association Senate, who are subject to impeachment or recall as provided for in the Student Association constitution; and HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 27th Senate Meeting Bill #100 -page 2 5. the Student Association Senate shall not have the authority or power to in any way reduce the submitted budgets of any branch of the Student Association government; and 6. Henceforth, Program Policy Board shall be a department of the Executive branch of the Student Association government, ultimately responsible to the President of Student Association; and 7. Henceforth, the check-cashing service and its employees shall be supervised by the Director of the Department of Accounting and Finance but shall be responsible to the President of the Student Association; and 8. the Director of the Department of Accounting and Finance shall submit monthly statements regarding the expenditure of Student Association funds to the Student Association Senate for its review and to the OSWEGONIAN for publication in that newspaper; and 9. the Student Association President, with the concurrance of at least a majority of the Student Association Senate, shall be empowered to impound for delineated periods of time and and/or all Student Association funds, whether budgetted during the annual budget hearings or not, whenever they determine the nedd for such action; and 10. the Student Association Senate is empowered to demand the appearance before the Senate of any Student Association employee except the President of Student Association, the Vice-president of Student Association, and members of the Supreme Court of Student Association, who must appear only for impeachment proceedings, who they think have violated any Student Association laws, regulations, guidelines or procedures, under penalty of termination of employment, whenever they determine the need for such action; and 11. Henceforth, the administrative assistants of the President of Student Association, the Vice-PresTdent-oT STudent Association, the Director of Finance and thg StCdent-Association Supreme Court shall be subject to confirmation by the Student Association Senate. Sponsored by Daniel J. Harmony and Tim Murphy HEWIlT UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant April p, 1974 Bill 101 Be in enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas a large proportion of the student teachers live in the Oswego area while thay are student teaching, and whereas, they are still able to accrue the benefits provided by Student Association, Be it enacted that all persons student teaching or interning within a forty-nine and nine tenths (49.9) mile radius will not be eligible for a refund of their S.A. activity fee. Sponsored by Steve Sucher President, S .A Senate action: No : abstain: 1 HEWITl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Associatim State College at Oswego Senate 9th egislative Sessi on 27th Senate Meeting April 30, 1974 Bill 102 Be it enac$ed by the Student Association Senate of the State of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The fee for the spring and fall semester of the 1974-75 academic year will be $35.00. Introduced by Robh Braunstein Senate Action: '14-yes it wasn't date presented to The Presidant DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED HEWlTl 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 9th. Legislative Session 1st. Senate Meeting May 1, 1973 Resolution # 1 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 strongly endorses the Adirondack Master Plan and urges its immediate adoption by the New York State Legislature as a matter of concern to all citizens of this state. Copies of this resolution shall be sent to: Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Hon. Henry Diamond, Commissioner of Environmental Conservation Hon. Warren Anderson, Senate Majority Leader Hon. Perry B. Duryea, Speaker of the Assembly Assemblyman Stanley Steingut Senator Joseph Zaretzki Assemblyman Edward Crawford Senator H. Douglas Barclay Sponsored by Senator Harmony Senate Action: 28-yes HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK Gregory cA. Gates President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 1, 1973 Resolution #2 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : WHEREAS: After extensive research and many regional conferences SUNY women across the state have come to the realization that similar unfair practices exist across the SUNY system. Inresponse to this, representatives for SUNY schools met on April 8, 1973 at Oswego State College to formulate action in the following areas of concern: (listed in alphabetical order to be applied to every school in the SUNY system) ADMINISTRATION: We encourage continuing education programs for older women. Where such programs are to start, they should be preceded by a task force made up of representatives of older women to guarantee a beneficial and effective program. Where this program already exists, a re-evaluation of these factors should occur. Until such time as the sexist practices no longer exist on SUNY campuses (eg. discriminatory or derogatory remarks or attitudes against women), there is a need for the establishment of a committee to insure women students, faculty and staff a protective channel to deal with this discrimination. This committee will consist of female members of the administration, faculty, students and staff of equal proportion and power elected by their respective constituencies of women. This committee will have disciplinary power ranging from warning to dismissal. ADMISSIONS: In compliance with Title 9, we demand an immediate end to the discriminatory quota system and unequal standards for admission. CAREER COUNSELLING: In compliance with Title VII, placement officers and career counselors must offer women free acess to any and/or all jobs filed with their office. An active program should be designed to raise the conciousness of women to job opportunities and alternatives. COUNSELLING: Sensitivity to the current problems and needs that HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory c4. Sates Pres~dent of The Senate Resolution #2 Continued page 2 women students are experiencing on SUNY campuses is not being met by classically trained pyschologists. Therefore, we demand employment of feminist counsellors available in proportion to the female population on campus. Needless to say, complete confidentiality for students using these services must be guaranteed, especially in the case of lesbians. DAY CARE: On every campus, there must be a full-time day care -centerfor use by students, faculty and staff. Each college must provide facilities for a cooperative day-care center whose polivy is to be determined by the parents invloved. HOUSING: We demand an end to unfair curfew policies. HEALTH CARE: Due to women's medical needs we demand a full-time female gynecologist; a complete birth control clinic with abortion referral; a venereal disease clinic; and sex education programs through the Health Center. The civil rights of students using this facility must be protected by complete confidentiality. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: The physical education program on SUNY campuses ignore the need of vhvsical activitv for women. Research shows that on all State ckpuses funds appropriated for men's physical education programs and activities exceed those allotted for corresponding activities for women. We demand equal fund appropriations for both men's and women's physical education. We demand equal use of all Physical Education Facilities and equipment. In those schools where physical education is a major, the facilities should be open to all students equally. RAPE: Across the nation, there has been a backlash against women in the form of rape, to which the SUNY campuses have not been immune. In response to this we demand the following protective actions : 1. campuses should be well-lighted. 2. an after hours escort and shuttle bus service. 3. courses in self-defence (credit optional) taught by personnel who have demonstrated skill and teaching proficiency in the martial arts. 4. increased on-foot campus and dorm patrols. 5. the establishment of a Rape Crisis Center, with a budget which would incorporate the expenses of a 24 hour hot line; a feminist theapist; legal and medical assistance done on a paraprofessional basis. This center will be modeled after the D.C. and Boston Rape Crisis Centers. HEWllT 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 Resolution #2 continued page 3 Women's Studies: Throughout academic history the role and contributions of women have been willfully ignored, denied and degraded in every academic discipline. ~oken courses offered by men or non-feminists have not allieviated this problem. Recognizing administrative difficulties, we demand an immediate inter-disciplinary minor and rapid development of a major and graduate (interdisciplinary). Needless to say, the coordinator and faculty of this program must Be reputable feminists. This program should receive adequate and immediate funds for library resourse material. THEREFORE: Be it resolved that the Student Association Senate expresses its strong support for the above programs and statements and strongly urges the SUNY system to, at long last, respond to the needs of the women on its campuses. Copies of this resolution shall be sent to the following people: Chancellor Boyer, Dr. Perdue, Dr. Rock, Dr. Dunham, Dr. Soter, Dr. Peterson (Women's Physical Education), every department chairman, Ms. Patty Peterson, campus security, Dr. Giovinneli, Faculty-Student Association, Faculty Assembly, the Placement Office, King Hall, and James Walters (Financial Aids). Senate Action: 23-ses HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave Pres~deni of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant September 11, 1973 Resolution 3 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Oswego Police Department and the Office of the Oswego County District Attorney be strongly censured for their use of undervover agents on this campus for the sole purpose of eventually arresting S.U.C.O. students on drug charges. We feel this type of activity has absolutely no place in the academic atmosphere maintained by the campus. Be it further resolved that the Senate will ase any just and legal means available to it to attempt to rid this campus of police undercover agents. Sponsored by Senator Wicks Senate Action (tabled until such time as the s onsor re-worded it and was ready to present it to the floor 14-yes P 7-no 1-abs HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave T Paul Murphy President of The Senate Adm~n~stiatlve Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 11, 1973 Resolution 4 Whereas Farnham Youth Development Center Inc. offers most accurate and up to date information about drugs and matters of sexuality in the County on a 24 hour basis: Whereas Farnham offers assistance, information, and referral in areas of drugs, sex, birth control, venereal disease, abortions, legal affairs, draft and military problems, family, social, and personal problems: Whereas Farnham has intervened in many of the personal problems and crises occurring on this campus: 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 strongly supports this organization and strongly urges the City Planning Board, the Zoning Appeals Board, and the Common Council to take into account the 8,900 students who are served by this organization, in the decisions they will be making which will directly affect the services offered, Copies of this resolution are to be sent to Joan Morrison, in care of the City Planning Board, Anthony Leotta, in care of the Zoning Appeals Board, and the Hon. Mayor John OIC. Conway, Sponsored by Senator Greeney Senate Action 19-ses (unbimous hand-vite ) HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session no Senate Meeting no date Resolution 5 This paper, and resloution number, is only a bureaocratic filler. After careful examination of the records, it has been found that Resolution 5 never existed. So, in case someone is looking for it, it is not lost. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association State University Colleg At Oswego 9th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting October 23, 1973 Resolution 6 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Wereas Hockey is considered by many as being the number one sport on this campus: Whereas Students are paying SA fees and taxes that go toward maintaining the hockey program: The Senatelexpresses strong apposition to the propsed practice of pre-issuing of seats to alleviate the alcoholic and crowdcontrol problems at hockey games. In addition, we resent not having been included in the formulation of these alternatives. Sponsored by Senators Bucher, Weil, and Wicks. Senate Action: 19-yes votes. HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting November 13, 1973 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 : Whereas, the commuting students on this campus (SUCO) feel that they are not getting their full value out of the activity fee that they are paying at the present time or next semester, and whereas, they have suggested that a campus-wide referendum be held as soon as possible; Be it resolved that the Student Association recommends that such referendum be held the first week in December, to be worded in such a way as to give the choice of abolishing the activity fee, making the activity fee optional or making the fee mandatory. Special attention should be given to the results from among the commuting students. Sponsored by Sen. Faulter (substitute for Sen. Kszystyniak) SENATE ACTION: NO ACTION --WITHDRAWN HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State, University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administralive Assistant December 4, 1973 Resolution #8 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University fo New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Whereas, Blackfriars is one of the most active groups on campus concerned with the Fine Arts, and Whereas, their budget allows for no other course for them to take; Be it resolved that Blackfriars be allowed to charge the below prices at the door and at advance sales for the purpose of bringing the Broadway musical "Applause" to our theater. It is understood that Blackfriars themselves will be putting on this musical and that all monies collected from ticket sales will go for paying the costs of an orchestra ($2,500.00) Tickets will cost the following amounts: Non-S.A. Adults --$3.00 Non-S.A. Children $1.75 S.A. Members -----$1.00 Introduced by the Finance Department (Steven D. Sucher) Senate Action: 23-yes HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant December 4, 1973 Resolution 9 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 Coaching Staff of the Hockey team has already promised two other schools in the form of a guarantee that the Hockey Team at Oswego would out on a hockey tournament on December 27-8, and; Whereas, the team is now unsure if it can cover all of the expenses that may be incurred by this tournament, and; Whereas, Hockey is a favorite sport at Oswego; Be it resolved that the Student Association Senate endorses this upcoming tournament and guarantees that all costs not covered by the monies received at the gate will be paid by Student Association, and; Be it further resolved that the Student Association Senate warns all athletic teams that this will never be done again. In the future, the Student Association Senate demands that any time a team wishes to put on an event not covered in their budget and which they feel will not be covered by gate receipts, they contact both the Director of Finance of Student Association and the Student Association Senate and seek their prior approval before any monetary commitment is made. Sponsored by the Director of Finance, Steve Sucher Senate Action: Note, no vote was taken on this resolution as such. It was amended, and changed to Bill 47, and then passed. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administ;alive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 12, 1973 Rn it, resolved by the Student 12ssoc5.atinn Sen2.t.e of the State Uni.vsrri.ty 6.f New Vnrk, rlnl.l.ece ef Arts and Sc_i.eneec st 9:wepo that : 4.12 Ad-hoc comm5.ttee sh~7.l.. he formed, ~a$e uy! of 5 Sen?.tors, (3 on campus and 2 commuter) to j.nvestiga,te the defiance of the Executive branch of the Student CTovernnen+, .in carryin,? -.out Bill 4.7, and the ~ossib~l.ites of ~ctton on the y3.r-t of the Sen2te to alleviate the robl lev, Sponsored by Jeff Carmen Senste Actfon: ---Id-ve P 11-nn l-abs Members of Ad-hoc committee to fill requirements of Res. 10 Jeffrey Carmen (chairman) Tony Brown Holly Charette Mary Bucher Cathi McCarthy HEWIll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student dasoeiation State College at Oswego Senate 9th Lsgialative Session 20th Senate Meeting WHEWAS: Prices om certain item in the agiolntmm~kbar have increased on basic foods more than 50%; WREREllS: Students are being made to pay these higher pricesr; BE Iff RESOLVED by the Student Association Senate of the State Uaiversity of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Orstreg9 that: The Senate farm an investigation committee into the increases in prices on basic foods in the union, The committee shall consist of the Student Affairs Committee, beher Senators, and an anlimited amomt sf on and/or off-campus stndents, Be it further resolved that Williard Heaps, Director of the Hewitt Union, be requested to present to the Senate figues in black a~d white on these increases, and that; Mr, Heaps will appear oa Tuesday, February 19, '74 to the Senate with Janua~y's statement of expenses and costs in the snackbar, Introduced by Bob Redlo Senate Action : 17-yes 1-no HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting February 19, 1974 Resolution 12 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Oswegonian be requested to submitt a budget at budget hearings that will account for printings twice weekly for the academic and fiscal year "74-"75, Sponsored by Jeffrey Carmen and William Mulvey, Senate Action: Withdrawn on Xebmary 26, 1974 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 19, 1974 Resolution 13 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: A special Senate committee be empaneled to investigate the possibility of a Fridayiand Saturday evening shuttlebus service through downtown Oswego and returning to campus until 1:30 AM, and a shuttle-bus service on Sundays. This committee will be made up of 3 Senators, and shall report to the Senate its findings on March 20, 1974. Sponsored by Jeffrey Carmen and William Mulvey. Senate Action: 21-yes HEWlU UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 19, 1974 Resolution 14 Be it kesolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciencea at Oswego that: A special committee be empanled to investigate alternative structures of organization for Program Policy* Board. This committee shall be made up of 3 emebers of SA and shall report to the Senate by March 20, 1974. Sponsored by Jeffrey Carmen, William Mulvey, and Tony Brown. Senate Ad&ion: Withdrawn on 2/26/74 HEWl7l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Fleeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 26, 1974 Resolution 15 Student Affairs Committee shall investigate the desirability and the viability of forming a Parents of S.U.C.O. students organization. Sponsored by Jeffrey Carmen and William Mulvey. Senate Action: 13-yes HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association Sta88 College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting February 19, 1974 Resolution 16 Be it resolved B@ the Student Association Senate of the State University Bf New Tork, Colaege cBf Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: A special Senate committee be ampanBed to investigate the desireability and viability of re-instituting elass governments under the auspices of Student Association. This committee will be composed of 3 Senators and 2 regularly enrolled studdents. Sponsored by Jeffrey Carmen and William Mulvey Senate Action: Withdrawn on 2/26/74 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STI JDENT ASSOCIAT SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting February 19, 1974 Resolution 17 WHEREAS: The SfuQant Association, the Senate and its select committees opefate for the benefit, and in the interests of the student body; WHEREAS: Faculty Evaluation is in the best interests of the student body; Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswegs that: The Senate as a whole supports in principle the efforts of the Academic and Student Affairs committees toward providing and administering a faculty evaluation Zor the Spring 1974 semester. Sponsored by the Acadmic and Student Affhirs Committee. Senate Action: %?-yes HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 26, 1974 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: S.U.C.O. shall amend its academic regulations to allow students to add second and fourth quarter courses up to and including the third day of the respective quarter. Sponsored by Bucher, Wicks, Reisman. Senate Action: 22-yes HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 26, 1974 Resolution 19 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate ofthe State University of Hew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senate believes that Karate and Judo should be offered as courses in the regular academic budget and given for credit by the Physical Education Department. Be it further resolved that the President of S.A. or his designee is asked to discuss with the Vice-president of Academic Affairs the feasibility of the above being done for the 1975-74 academic year. Introduced by Senators Harmony, Reisman, and Weil. Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 18-~es 1-no 1-abs HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administiaiive Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting March 5, 1974 Resolution 20 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences that : The Senate believes that S.U.C.O.'s course-drop policy should be changed so that the last "Drop-Day" be the last day of classes each semester; in addition, the Senate believes that the last drop-day for quarter courses be the last day of classes for the quarter. Sponsored by Jeff Wicks. Senate Action: referred to Academic Affairs on March 5, 1974 HEWIlT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 26, 1974 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: Student Association is unalterably opposed to the reorganization of the Graduate Program at Oswego. The proposals by Dr. Terry are a direct affront to the intelligence of the faculty at S.U.C.O. to decide graduate programs through their individual departments. Further, any change in programs that threatens the effectiveness and integrity of the existing undergraduate programs, as Dr. Terry's does, is most unwelcome and is abhorred by this Senate. We implore the administration of this people-funded college to reconsider their position and give the faculty a chance for constructive input. We realize that the task of administering a college program is an arduous one, but we deplore this administration's casting aside of more democratic methods of decision in favor of autocratic ones. Sponsored by the Vice-president Introduced by the Vice-president Senate Action 15-yes 1-no HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Adrninist;alive Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting April 9, 1974 Resolution 22 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New Pork, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, at least one-half of the population on this campus is women, The S.A. Senate recommends to S.A. President that 50% of the Associate Justices of the S.A. Supreme Court shall be women. This does not preclude the possibility of the Chief Justice of the S.A. Supreme Court from being a woman. senatbe action: b-yew HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Osweg Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting April 10, 1974 Resolution 23 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State Unkersity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Senate wholeheartedly supports a em-Pay strike for the Impeachment of President Nixon on MayLlt 1974. Senate Action: passed on April 9, 1974 HEWlll UNION 8 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant Student Association St&e College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Sesson 27th Senate Meeting April 30, 1974 Be ft resolved by the Student Association Senate of the Sta,te University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Student Association Senate strongly supports the foll.owiing acad-emic p9licies council recommendation: Those seniors qualifying for honors but have completed less than 60 hours credit at Oswego prior to the semester preceeding graduation shall be considered honors graduates contingent upon continued excellence in the final semester's work. Be it Yurther resolved that whenever this recommendation gets to the floor of Faculty Assembly that the student representatives k~ Faculty Assembly will make known Senate sentiments on this issue. Sponsored by Mary Bucher. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK Mdrio M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Dec. 4, 1973 FINANCE COPPIITTEE MI~~TES Members present: Banks, Falco, Roman, Wicks, Barth (avpointed substitute for OIConnell). KCTE: THE MAGIC NT,JIWER FOR TODAY IS 23,445.45. I. Philosophy Club Request: $200.00 Discussion: Phil.~sophy Club has contacted Richard Taylor, a Professor of Philhsophg and speaker from the University of Rochester, who has agreed to speak here for $200.00 at 7:30 on Dec. 11 in the Formal Lounge of the Union. Philosophy Club has sponsored a fev~ events this year, but this is the first for which S.A. has been approached. For the event, the bookstore has agreed to help publicize it by acquiring and selling Taylor's books. Recommendations: We recommend full funding of $200.00. (Vote: 4-0-0). Rationale: This event, ?.re recognize, has the notential to dra-w a large audience. Why Not? (Why not indeed, Jeff! ) English Association Request : $95.00 Discussion: This request for film breaks down as follows: "Wutherin~ Hei~hts~..........$40.00 ................... Foe Shorts 30.00 .~. PPB Security..... ............. 15.00 PPB Projectionist.............lO.OO TOTAL...... ................. $95 00 All films will be shown in the Union on Jan. 29. The reason the request is being aade now despite the fact that the event is planned for next semester, according to the representative is because ylanning would be j-oconvenient to begin next semester it would ~robably not be ~ossible to hold the event if this happened. Also, the discovery was made durino; the course of the meeting that $87.29 has not been spent from earlier allocations this semester. Recommendations: We are making a conditional recommendation HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant PINABGE CO?@!ITTEE MImTTES, p.2 12/4/73 not to recommend funding. (vote: 4-0-0). Rationale: Our major reason for this recommendation is that of the $87.29 unaccounted for. We are in effect saying that our recommendation covld chanze Tuesday night at the Senate Meeting if this money san be reasonably accounted for. Otherwise, we think there is nothing w-ror~g with the request itsel-f. 1II.Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowsh5~ Request : $77.90 Discussion: This request for sunlies breaks down as follows: .............. 4 filmnegative 8-$-I1 $ 1.60 2 copy sheet Golden Rod ........... .20 2 plates Litho-plate .............. 1.60 1 ream parer -17-21 60 1-b. Sook pper.10.00 ................. 15 reams ditto paper 22.50 ditto masters.......................... 2.00 TOTAL............$37.90 This "evangelist group here on camnuetl has about 20 members, and holds one formal and four more informal meetings per week. One of their purposes is to resent a ministrv to the campus. At their meetings there is mayer, song, and Bible study. Theirs is an ingerfiat5bnal organization this is the Oswego chapter. Also. this is their first reauest from S.A. fiecommendation: We recommend $5 .OO be cut, and that a total of $32.90 be allocated. -Rationale: The $10.00 requested for a ream of paper would provide 1,000 posters. We feel this is too much for this campus, and that even the $5.00 recommended (for 500) would be more than enouph Minority Report: It is my understandin~ that the group in question performs, narticipates in and encourages others to participate in the following: 1 nrager at meetings 2 religious education (bible study) at meetings 3 1 religious ministry and ev~.nc~.elical. activity as a service to the campus. In other words, IVCF via these three activities is executing the functions of a CHURCH. The TJnited State Constitution, basing its conclu-sions on the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution; has decided consistently against governance of any sort in this nation to be able to subsidize any religious church or group. It is my interpretation that these rulings also apply to our Student Association. The Student Association Activity Fee is nothing more than a public tax. To use public tax funds HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate FINANCE COMMITTEE MIWJTES,D.?. T. Paul Murphy Administ-aii Assistant 12/4A3 to fund a religious grou? would not on]-v be wrong but illegal., in my opinion. This argument is based on the belief that the best way for a government to stay neutral on matters of religion is not to show preference (by funding or any Other means) to any one group. This mot only protects the rights of all religious sects but also the rights of nonreligious peop1esi.e. agnostics and atheists). Thus,,it is my belief that it is in the Senate's best interest not to fund this group a,t all. Jeff Wicks 1V. Ski Club hequest: $2,600.00 Discussion: The monies requested would be used only to cover the cost of buses: 2 buses per night, two nights a week for 6 weeks at Labrador. $22.00 is paid by each participant for the lift ticket and lessons. Labrador has the lowest rate of all relatively nearby ski Rreas, and the Osvego group gets a specia7 group rate. 200 peo~l-e will be able to participate. Last year there was a walti~~ list because more than 200 people wanted to participate. Recommendations: We recommend an allocation of $1600.00 (2 cut of $1000.00) (Vote: 3-1-0). Rationale: If this recormendation were approved, It would mean that each of 200 participants would have to pay an additional $5.00, for the bus (total of $27.00). $2,600.00 is simply too hch money, and $1,600.00 is a more accentable figure. The group's allocation would come out of next semester's program fund. They need to have it agmoved now because it would be next to impossible to beyin to plan for the January-February event at the beginning of next semester. Reservations have to be made now. KOTE: TODAY'S 'EQUESTS TOTAL TO $2,932.90. IF 4LL OF TBESS REQUESTS ARE GRAETED, THERE WILL BE 43207.55 LEFT IN THIS SEmSTERt S PROGRAM FUITD AND $12,305.00 L9FT I>T NEXT SEMESTER1lS PROGRAM FUND. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 11, 1973 SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, December 11, 1973 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Approval of Finance Committee Minutes 6. Executive Reports: a) Vice-president Malave b) P.P.B. C) Senator Bob Nelson 7. Committee Reports 8. Old Business a) none 9. New Business a) Bill #48 b) Bill #49 C) Bill #50 10) Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Ses:;:ion 16th Senate Meeting December 11, 1973 Minutes -Senators not present were: Sen. Anthony, Sen. Gaston,Sen. Hanschke, Sen. Hogue, Sen. Kyszstyniak,, Sen. Maguire, Sen. Reisman, Sen. Umina, Sen. Angel. Jeff Wicks moved to limit debate on all bills to 20 minutes, and it carried by a hand vote of 20-yes, 2-no, and 1-abs. Then, the agenda and the minutes were both approved by a hand vote. The ~inance Committee N.IInutee:were passed. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Mario read Sylvia Greeneyts resignation, and it was accepted. PPB There was a short report on the film situation this year, followed by questions and answers. Bob Nelson spoke of his past experience in the Senate, noting that this year, most all of the Senate's time was spent with Finance bills and finance matters. He said that it didn't seem quite that way last year, and wondered why things had changed so. Bob maae suggestions that there are more important things that the Senate could devote its time to, and encouraged people to begin to spend more time, with new priorities in mind. Then, the Senate accepted Bob's resignation, which became effective the end of the meeting. Bob Redlo discussed having a Senate ~hFistmaa party, and where to have it, and how much to spend. He said if no one objected, he was willing to spend $100 from the executive budget. After discussion, and general agreement, it was decided that the Senate would have a party at fallbrook, on Tuesday, December 18, at an estimated cost of $100. Bill 51 Senator Handley, in reaction to the party in the making, moved to give $100 from the executive budget to the Christmas seal fund. After discussion, the bill was defeated. Redlo then went on with his report, and discussed the Athletic situation: The freeze started Monday, however, the checks were not stopped from going out of the office, and President Perdue had not notified the coaches or department heads, as he had said he would. Dr. Perdue now wants written notification, and it shall be done tonite. After a lengthy discussion, of the possible routes to take, Bob asked that a referendum be held, and that the Senate give him a vote of confidence. Resolution 10 Jeff Carmen moved that an ad-hoc committee of 5 senators, 3 on-campus, and 26 commuters, be formed to investigate the defiance of the executive 'in carrying out Bill 43, and possible action on the part of the Senate to alleviate the problem, and it carried. Jeff accepted the chair of the committee, and asked that anyone intereeted stay after the meeting is adjourned. Bill 52 Then, Steve Cafarelli moved to rescind Bill 43, and after discussion, the motion was defeated. This was then interpreted as a vote ~f confidence for Redlo, by the Senate, the chair, and the President.

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page 2 of minutes. Dec 11, '7: The Senate then took an intended 5 minute recess which lasted 20 minutes. NEW BUSINESS Bill 48 Jeff Wicks moved to amend the bill to stipulate the following; that PPB be allocated $436 for the Pucher Fee, and $50 'for the output converter, that PPB also be allocaked the money necessary to show 8 tapes, every other week, next semester, that PPB coqte before the Senate at the first meeting of next semester, and report the exact figure of the cost of the 8 tapes they have chosen, and that allocations shall be taken from next semester's Program Fund. The amendment carried, and then the Bill carried, as amended. Bill 49 was discussed, and passed. Bill 50 was passed after'a report from the Pendulum people. Respectfully Subm' tted !, 2 7 ,, /< 5 .:-c? -7,/ f--?h-k,./,-. 'L-

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Bintz Brown Brutvan Buch~r Cafarelli Carmen Charette Defoster Fleming Hammond Handley Harmony Hutchinson Jackson Braunstein Kirschner McCarthy Nelson 0 Connell Roman Scanlor See Van Epps Wicks j Weil Mulvey Bill 51 n n n Y n n n n Y Y ab s n n n r n n n abs n abs abs n Senate Voting Record Dec. 11, 1973 Res Rescind 10 Bill 4.3 n Y n n n Y Y Y n n n Y Y n Y Y Y abs Y n Y n n Y Y Y n n n Y Y ab s n n Y Y n abs Y n n n Y n n abs Y n n n A1 abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Bill 49 P Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Bill 50 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y n n Y Y Y .

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate Student Association State ITniversitg Collew st Oswego Senate 9th Le~islative Session 16th Se~ate Meetinq T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant FINANCE COMVIITTFE MINUTES --Members ~resent: B~nlrs, Falco, RLoman, Weil, Wicks. NOTF: There are no more renuests for this semester (with the excention of one of today's reau?sts); the only requests being taken now axe those which need approval now fo~ next semester. TW9T IS A 'POT4L OF $16,550.45 LEFT IN TYE ENTIRE PRCIGR 4M FUND. Proera-m Pnlicg Roa7d I* Request: 82,760 niscussiont This requeet rerresents an expansion of PPB's videotape pr0gra.m. Frll. ?ernester, 5 tapes were shown, 1 every other veek. Next semester I.? tanes are planned, 1. every other we~k. Thes~ tr.r)es aye acquired throu~h. Videotape Network wi.th, for the first time, a discount. Fall semester's $apes cost $1.,000.00. At the snrin~ bu.c?,et hearings, PPB received enough for 5 films (qr me semest?rq and so that they could get affiliated ;eith. V.T .N. (for furthew information see three add.itiona1 sheets) Tiecommendati.onz: We recommend enough for 1 tape, every other week, as was done thi.s semester. We also recommend fun.4?'n.p: for the video out~ut converter ;~.?cl the Poucher studio costs. (vote: 7-1-01. Rationale: Although we fee!. that this S.s s yoo? propram, we feel that it would. not be fair to the 0th-er club3 on campus if $2,360 for vi-deotapes were alloca,ted next eemeste~. The TroTram has indeed been successful to some fiepee fall semester, but as far as we can determine, not so successful as to warrant mmre th.an a d-ou-ble increase in funds. W3 therefore leave it up to PPB To ?~.cide vE7.ich fil-ma it will show this i.s why ire ?.re not making a. monetnry recolnrnen3a ti on.. TT. Lqtin Student Union ~eques"t~00 Discussion: This request for office su~plies brea-ks down 3"s fol.lows : HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant thumb tq~cks -35@ 3 .......... .75 7 reams of dittos-1.50 3.....4.50 carbon paper-7% ?........... .78 clipboard-50@ 2..............1.00 envelopes-J-2 nkgs .?OO ?ad.. .5.80 nagic markers-5 49@..........2.45 scotch tane -up to...........1.50 pens-19@ 12..................2.28 .. legal fi 1.e fo! ders-7@ 50.. .7.50 Mi-SC......... ................ 7.44 Recommendatioa: --We reconmend full fund in^ of $70.00 (4-0-0) Rationale: This is TISUts first request from us and it is by no means unreasonabIl-e. NOTE: TODAY'S REQUESTS TOTAT: TO $2790 -00 .IF ALL OF THXSE REQURSTS ART GEANTED TTJ FULL, THERE WITL 53 $14,160.45 LFFT IN THE FROGSAM FUND. ; HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th7,Legislative Session Special Session December l4 ,197? MinutesThe Senators assembled, and John Weil moved to have a meeting. Aa second, and a roll call vote, the meeting was called to order. T vote to meet was 27 yes. Senators not present were: Brian Angell, Tony Defoster, &ward Hog: Bill Kysyztyniak, Cathi McCarthy, Tony Umina, After the agenda was approved, Jerome OfConnell moved to limit the time of the meeting to 8:30, and the time of debate 7 minute per speaker, per time. Betty Reisman moved to split the motion, as it deals with 2 different things, and Jerome accepted, so 2 motionr were made, and voted an. The motion to limit debating time of a speaker carried by a vote of 23-yes, nad 4-no. The motion tc close the meeting at 8:30 was defeated with a vote of 5-yes and 22EXECUTIVE REPORTS Bob gave a summary of the events leading up to'the present "situ~t-I and expressed his feelings on the possible solutions, suggestion;, ways to fulfill the demand of Bill 43. The 2 things that were disfat most length were arbitration, and mediation. The agenda was moved, and discussion continued. Dr. Rock spoke fr administration, and gave its opinion of what should be done, and what shouldn't be done, in relation to the Croblem. Various peopie offerred opinions, and suggestions, however, no motions were made. Then, a Bill (temporarily numbered 54) was sponsored by Rick Bsrl which included the immediate unfreezing of funds, and the creaticr. a new committee of 18, to recomend action to3he president. The DiI seeming unsatisfactory, was voted down. Discussion continued, at length, spiced with cheess, jeerg,anger, patient effort. Bill 53 was sponsored on the floor by Jeff Wicks, and discussed. After much time, and some painful amendments attempted, one amend:; carried, which provided clauses making the bill effective only on conditionsof completion of its proposed solutions. The bill was and reworded, until it was ready for a final vote, and then, the S passed the bill by a vote of 22-yes, 4-no, and 3-abs. RECENT PRESIDENTIAL ACTION: Bill 46 allocating money to Ski Club Bill 53 (athletic bill) was signed. Bill 47 endorsing the Hockey tournaBill 56 change legislat: ment, was signed. was signed Bill 48 allocating $-to PPB signed Bill 50 allocating $ to Penduleum Bill 57 to amend bill was signed

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VOTING RECORD Anthony n Karmen Brown Y Brutvan y Pope Y Cafkrelli n Carmen n Charette n Flemming n Gaston n Hammond n Handley n Hanschge n Harmony Hutchinsonnn Jackson n Xarp n Kirschner n Maguire n Mulvey n O'Connell y Reisman y Roman Y Scanlon n See n Van Epps n Weil n Wicks n Braunstein n (Special Session, 12ii4i73) Y n abs Y Y abs abs Y Y Y Y Y n abs Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y n Y Y n Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate .9th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 22, 1974 SENATE AGENDA ,Tuesday, January 22, 1974 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes w 5. Executive Reports a) President Redlo b) Vice-president Ualave c) P.P.B. 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business a) Bill #28 8. New Business a) Bill #54 b) Bill #55 c) Bill #56 d) Bill #57 9. Adjournment HEWlTT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 22, 1974 Minutes Senators not present were: Brian Angel, Herb Hammond, Bill Kystyniak, Maria Roman. The agenda and minutes were approved by a hand vote, Executive Reports Mario reported on the loss of three senators: Cathy McCarthy, Joe Hutchinson, and Rick Handley, The referendum is tentatively scheduled for Feb, Also, Marie Brutvan has been appointed to fill Bob Nelson's lace in Rules Committe as chair~erson. PPB Mike ~arlito reported on the activities for the week, which 7 include the Elvin Jones miniconcert. the Warsaw Philharmonic, and the beginning of the tlMuseum without Wallsn program. Committee Re orts Yinance : *Wicks announced a new time for the meeting for just this week 4:30 Wednesday. Ann Miller's seat will be filled byHolly Charette, Academic Affairs:'Mary Bucher reported on the progress of the faculty evaluation process, and a new proposal brought to academic policies council suggesting that departmnets have the power to limit the number of majors. Also, there has been a proposal for s fourth division within the college, Fine and Performing Arts. Anyone wanting to work with library council, see Robin Braunstein, Student Affairs meetings are Mondays at 5:30. Old Business: 3111 23 ~fter discussion, Wicks moved to postpone for one week. This passed by a hand vote, Bill 28 was not moved off the table. New Business: m1 34 Harmony moved to postpone for one week; this pasaed by a hand vote, Betty Reisman moved that Senate next week consider Article I, Sections 1,2, and 3, with a 35-minute time limit, This also passed by a hand vote. Bill 55 Harmony moved to table for 1 week, This passed by a hand vote. Bill 56 passed with 26 yes. Bill 57 passed by a hand vote. The meeting was adjourned at 7:30. Respectfully submitted, 54 Sue Miller

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE e OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Anthony Bintz Brown Brutvan Bucher Cafarelli Carmen Charette Defoster Flemming Gaston Hammond Hanschke Harmony Hogue Kronenbitter McManus Kirschner Kys zys tyniak Maguire Mulvey A. Roman Reisman Scanlon See Van Epps Weil Wicks Braunstein VOTING RECORD January 22 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting January 29, 1974 SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, January 29, 1974 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports a) Vice-president Malave b) P.P.B. a 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business a) Bill #23 b) Bill #54 C) Bill #55 8. New Business a) Bill #58 b) Bill #59 C) Bill #60 9. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting January 29, '74 MINUTES Senators not present were: Gary Anthony, Tony Defoster, he Kronenbitter, Jim Van Eppso The meeting was called to order at 6f 09, Dan Harmony moved to approve the agenda, and Jeff moved to amend to 1) add Bill 61, and 2) place Bill 59 and 61 %before 23, The amendment, an.$ then the agenda was approved, Dan Harmony then mootdd to approve the Meeting Minutes, and it carried, EXECUTIVE REPORTS mario announced exai&edly that Robin Braunstein won the election in her and welcomed her, PPB Kenny reported that representatives from BSU and LSU have just recently brought it to his attention that PPB has not fhlfilled the meeds of the 2 groups, He explained that this was due to a lack of communication within the board itselfmore specifically the pop committee, They have made some recent changes, He also discussed the probability of including budgetary allocations for those groups in the Spring budget, Ken also said that Mr. Wells, from the fieldhouse has given PPB permission to use tho field house for a major concert in the fall or spring of next year. This means that, because of more seats, and more ticket revenue, we can get a bigger, more expensive group, Bob r~ob discussed the security situation on campus, and reported that A1 Plnlvey, and some others were sent away for a while, to a training session, 2, Bob wants to find some interested students to head certain committees, and manage SA functions for next year. They could start soon, and would then fill empty positions next year, 2 examples are the centro bus deals, and an investigation of nalcohol on campusn. 3, Bob reported that his nomination for Supreme Court Chief Justice, (the nomination will have to go to the Judiciary committee) is Gary Hoppe 4* There were a few things that Bob informed the Senate of, with a forewarning that they aredtt aware of many things they should be: 1, PPB is charging $10 to the faculty to see all the movies in a semester, Bob brought out that the fact the the Seaate has been working on some sort of centralized system of faculty attendance to SA functions, and that we should continue to pursue it. 2, the new basketball coach gave the members $5 to go out to dinner, and rumor has it that it wasn't all spent on dinner, but some of it was pocketed, and used for books, etc, Why? 3. We lost $1,600 in the Hockey Tournamnet, what h'appened: 5, He asked the Senate to read the new MIA constitution, and think about it, He suspects that it doesn't really get to the meat and potatoes of the issue.

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page 2 of alnuCes January 29, '74 COMXITTEE RZFGRTS Faculty AssemblyDan Harmony reported on the successful move on his own and Redlots part, by proposing a change in the calander for next year: Registration will be September 3, and classes on the 4th. We have lost Veterans Day weekend, but we'll only have week for final exams, and the Profs'll have the option of testing earlier that week. ~cademic Affairs currently, the meetings are Mondays, at 5 : 30, but hary says that they may be subject to change, The committee is still in the process of trying to obtain an objective questionaire for faculty evaluation, She also reported that the question of a course description paper 30 be published by SA would be going to Faculty Assembly FINANCECOMMITTEE 3eff spoke on the past, present, and future situation of the Program Pnnd. Last semester we granted 31 requests, and most groups will be back for more, because the committee tbld them all last semester to split their request by semesters, We don't have enough money to fund them all. He satd that the fault lies with 2 groups: this year's Senate, because they should've anticipated that more groups would be back for more money, and budgetted more wisely, and with last year's Finance Department: They should've made some means for adjustment of the Program Fund, and budgetted some of the groups separately, from different funds, He then discussed the possible solutions to the problem, but cited none for this year: 1. raise the fee (however it is not topless) 2, budget a, club sports b, clam bake c, Day-care Center d, Community Servicee e, Language Films 3, Make distinctions of what should be PPB's responsibility in funding, and what is the Program Fund's, 4, Do the same for 3rd cirriculum 5, Work a different set-up for meals for athletfg events,:or any other events requiring off-campus meals 6, Charge Admission 7. Include Finance Committee at budget hearings, 8. Come up with a long term goal, and wokk towards it, such as: fitting all clubs in the budget, eventually, and then use the Program Fund only for new clubs, or unexpected, or spontaneous requests, 9. Make a law prohibiting any requests for manges that were cut in their original budget request, There were many questions, and much discussion followed, Jeff asked that the Senate think about solutions for this semester, and make any nsggestions they can, OLD BUSIFESS 1 ~eif moved to amend to a total of $580, (instmction to $460, dnt to $20, and cut miscellaneous completely) The amendment carried with a vote of 22-yes, and 2-abs, Then, the bill as amended

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Bill 61 The 3-absvotes. a vote of 19-yes, 29x0, and 2-35s. bill was discussed, and carried with 16-yes, %no, and Bill 23 he Senate over-rode the President's veto for the firat mth a vote of 23-no, Bill 54 Dan moved to postpone for one week, as long as we would consider mt in old business for next week's meeting, The Senate gratefully passed the motion, Bill 55 Dan moved the above, and it aarried, with the same stipulation, %After an amendment to a total of $0, the bill was postponed, until representative from the group'can be at the meethg. Bill 60 This bill was passed by a hand-vote of 18-yes, The meeting was adjourned at 9:30, good-night sob. /iLf ~*~**MH***~H****~***H*++******~*++*******MC**+************

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VOTING RFCQRD January 29, ''(4 Jim Bintz Tony Brown Marie Brut= n Mary Bucher Steve Cafarelli Jeff Carmen Holly Charette Walter Plemming Jim Gaaton Barb Hanschke Dan Hamony Howard Hogue Mary Comer Leslie Kirschner Bill Kszystyniak Alcie Maguire Bill Mulvey Jerome 08Connell Betty Resiman Maria Roman Rich Scanlon David See JoMx Weil Jeff Wicks Robin Braunstein Dan 08Keefe Y abs Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y P Y Y abs Y abs Y abs aba Y Y Y n Y n n n n Y n Y n Y n Y n Y n n n n abs n n n Y ahs n

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting January 29, 1974 Finance CommitteeMinutes Members present: Banks, Charette, Falco, Gaston, Roman, Weil, Wicks. THE MGIC El'TDIBER FOR THIS WEEK IS $14,928.85. I. Oswego Cheerleaders Request: $660.00 Biscuasion: This request breaks down as follows: 15 blouses @ $10.00...~.....~...$150.00 15 pairs shoes @ $9.00.. ........ .135.00 lunch & dinner for 5 away trips..375.00 T0ta1.....~..,,..$66O.O0 The Cheerleaders, who received $750.00 from S.A. last year, again need blouses and shoes because it is impossible to use the same ones every year (the blouses and shoes are kept by each cheerleader every year). Each cheerleader pays for cleaning expenses. Reaomendation: We recommend that $510.00 be allocated and that $150.00 for blouses be cut. (vote: 6-0-0). Rationale: If each girl was to buy her own blouses and rshoes, it would cost $19.00 par girl. Recogniaing that this would be a burden but also recognizing that other athletic groups on campus have also been asked to partially foot their equipment expenses, we feel it is fair to require the Cheerleaders to purchase their own blouses. 11. Karate Club Request: $807.00 Discussion: Karate Club received $390.00 last semester. There are several reasons why they justify this semester's inoreased budget. There-are a lot of new members this semester, partially as a result of the failure of other Oriental Arts grouper on campus. Their membership haa increased from 25 to 40 members. Their request breaks down as follows: .. 1nstruction(2x/wk. ,$20/session, 15 weeks.. .$600.00 Eq~ipment.....~....~..~~~.~~~~**.~~*~~~~*~*~ee~62~00 Miscellaneous (mouthguards, test fee, protective tape)... ........... ........***...**.*.*.*......45.00 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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(Karate Club request breakdown, cont.) Last semester the Club met twice per week, one of which was with instruction. They justify requesting one more instructive session per week because they have advanced in skill over last semester. Also, they have a better instructor for this semester. Recommendation: We recommend cutting $200.00 for instruction, and cutting the $45.00 miscellaneous request: a total allocation of $562.00 (vote: 6-0-0) Rationale: We recognize that the Club has advanced over last semester, but not to the point where S.A. can afford to finance their extravagances. We therefore offer a compromise plan for their instruction request: They will alternate, every week, between having 2 instructive sessions and 1 instructive session, thereby cutting their instruction (and its cost) by 1/3.(1.e. one week they will have their instructor twice and the next week they will have him once). We have also cut their flmiscellaneousn request, because by the club representative's own admission it is notanecessity. TODAY'S REQUESTS TOTAL TO $1,467.00. If these requests are granted in full, there will be $>3,461.85 left in the program fund. NOTE TO ALL SENATORS: WE HAVE RECEIVED, AS OF 1/28/73, $16,947.00 WORTH OF REQUESTS FROM NINE S.A. GROUPS. THIS FIGURE REPRESENTS $2,021.00 MORE THAN IS REMAINING IN THE PROGRAM FUND FOR THIS SEMESTER. PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS FACT.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association Renate State College at Oswego 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting AGENDA Tuesday, February 5, 1974 1, Call to order 2, Roll Call 3. Approval of Aganda 4, Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports Q a,President Bob Redlo rj 5 b,Vice-Presidunt Mario Malave c ,PPB 6, Committee Reports 7, Old Business a, Bill 54 be Bill 55 not included in the packet c. Bill 58 8, New Business a, Bill 62 b. Bill 61 c, Bill 64 d. Bill 65 e, Bill 66 f, Bill 67 gc Bill 68 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 5, 1974 Senate Mintes The meeting was called to order at 6:25. The following ~enatdrs were not present: Gary Anthony, Steve Cafarelli, Walter Flemming, Barb Hanschke (Mary Cow*.;) proxied), Howard Hogue, Dan Harmony moved to include Bill 69 in *he agenda at the end of New Business, and it carried, Then, the amended agenda carried by a hand-vote. Jeff Wicks moved to approve the minutes, and it carried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS yaculty Assembly: Dan qcubd~ on and on a new proposal of his. the Calander proposal of the Assembly, He asked that the Senators examine both. and find obt about the interests of their constituencies. ~cademic Affairs The conimittee received the proposal for the Professional Academic Year from the 2nd ary Ed. Dept. There is a new commmitte being formed for the ~overnance ofCurriculun. Mary then explained the situation ?with the Course description paper: She feared that if proposed to Faculty Assembly, it would never get on the floor in time for this semester, and suggested that we ask poilbcies council to recommend it to the departments, for expediency. She then took a straw vote to get the sentiment of the Senate on the matter, and 19-voted for policies council, and +voted for legislative route through Faculty Assembly, Robin Braunstein reported that the Lesiure R@adin room is open dm the Library. Also, the committee has begun workfing on next year's student handbook, Energy Conservation Committee Wendy explained that now, they are in the process of comparing the cost of heating the campus in the winter, and air-conditioning it inbthe summer. Air-conditioning 7 buildings costs about 2/3 the amount of the cost of heating in the winter. Theylve been tossing the question 08 when vacation would be most economical. A straw vote was taken to see who was in favor of closing the union in the summer, to cut down on costs, and 21 Senators voted to keep the union open! right on? Special Senate Committee to Investigatethe Executive Jeff reported that the committee will be meeting tomorrow night, beginning at 6, and working on through. Anyone who wants to contribute evidence, opinions, or lcomnentsl should atad, (201) RM. UEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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( page 2 of mintes Feb. 5, 1974) Budget Council Steve gave the schedule for this year. Requests Tor next year's budget are due by MARCH 22 .Then, the next week they will compare the new and old budget requests, After that will come meetings with Dorm Council, and then a meeting for commuters to attend, After all this, the budget will be brought to the Senate, The idea was brought up and discussed of having the old or past, which ever is more appropriate, Senate vote on the budget, after the new Senators are elected, so that the new Senat@rs don't get thrown into such a predicament, as has happened in the past, Many Senators expressed their feelings that the budget had been railroaded through the new Senate last year, Jeff Wicks moved for Special orders of the Day to consider Bill 62 (2ndTony Brown), but it was defeated twinee with one division of the house. Dan Harmony moved to limit debate to 5 minutes at one throw on any issue of the evening. The motion carried, C OLD BUSINESS 5 There was much discussion of broads issues, such as whether dld have two houses or not, and of specifics, such as dates for elections for the House of Delegates. This bill was under a previous 35 minute limit, and with only a few minutes left Bill Kszyatynaik moved to refer it to a constitutional committee, hade up of Dan Harmony (chair), and 5 &her Senators, and that the committee shall reprt back to the Senate by February 19th, The motion carried. 26-yes and 1-no vote, Bill 55 A motion was passed to postpone the bill for one week, wules Committee reviews it and can form a recornendation, This motion carried with a hand vote, Bill 58 The 3111 was brought to the floor, and a representative me club answered questions, After much discussion, and finding that the group only now has 10 members, John amended the bill to allocate only $150 for meals, This carried with 20-yes 340, and 1-abs vote. NEW BUSINESS ill 62 Jerome moved to amend to $2,500, to be used for the program asthegroup sees fit, and it was defeated by 1-yes, 23-no, and 1-a vote. Then the Bill was passed by a vote of 19-yes, 5-no, and Bill 63 The bill carried as requested with 18-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs, Bm was referred to the constitutional committee as set up for '554 by a vote of 25hand votes. Bill 65 -was also refferedto the constitutional committee as set Wr bill 54 with a vote of 20-yes, 2-110, and 1-abs, Bill 66 Ann Kronenbitter moved to amend thewbill to include the birector of Finance or his designee as being responsible Sor initiating the inventory, Dan accepted this as a friendly amendment, and the bill then carried with 26-yes votes. Bill 67 John Weil explained his reason for the bill was that many heshman-and sophmores on campus have no idea what or who SA is, or where there $33.50 goes, so without delay,t he bill was passed with 23-yes, 2-no, and 1-2, vote. Bill 68 The bill was amended by Friendly amendments as follows: The 2nd paragraph was stricken, and the committee was also made responsible to deal with the Faculty-Senator's voting rights,(2O-yea,2-nO-passet Bill 69 carried with a hand-vote of 24-yes.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Binte Brams t e in Brown Brutvan Bacher Carmen Charatte Befoster Gaston Oomer Harmony K~D Kroknbitter Kirschner Kszystyniak Hrsguire Mulvey OIConnePB1 Rlrisman Roman Scanlon Hammond See Van Bpps Weil Wicks SeiQen Ciarvino T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant VOIBIHG RECORD (Pebmary 5, 1974 ) Y Y n Y n Y Y* o Y n n 11 Y n s; abs abs y Y n n P n Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y abs n Y Y Y Y ya n abs y Y II n n Y Y Y Y II Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administialive Assistant February 5, 1974 Members present: Bnaks, Falso, Gaeton, Roman, Wicks I. BUCK STUDENT UBIOH requeat: $4,940.00 Disouaaion: BSU this year is requesting funds for a week of fund-raiaing events for the Negro College Fund, to raise money for Black Colleges in need. Their requeat breaks doas follows: Band"Ohio Playersn $3,500 SpeakerLeroi Jones 940 Food for Dimer Miscellaneous (phone expenses, office supplies, 300 publicity) 7700 TOTAL Reeomendstion: We recomaarand funding of $4,009.00, thereby funding everything except Leroi Jones. Rationale: Shortly after the representativee &f BSU left ~nr meeting, a representative oQt 3rd Curieulum arrived and told us that they had no money left. The $940 request to S.A. repmssnts only half of the total coat of the event 3rd Curriculum was supposed to finance the other half. Thus, since 3rd Curriculum is oat of money, our $940 wouldn't help, and the event cannot be held. HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mdrio M. Malave President of The Senate February 5, '74 T. Paul Murphy Administ;ative Assistant page 2 Finance Cormnittee Minutes In regard to the other events we suggested charging at the door of each one in order to-?save S.A. money bat it was pointed out that this idea was out of the question, since donations were already planned to be taken at the door, We thus recommended full funding,as we conaidered these events to be worthwhile, request : $650.00 Discussion: This is a aewly formed club, and this i~ their first request from S,A,, The request brvake down as follows: 3 lecturers ( 3X 100) T%avel for lecturers Movie and Tape Field Tri* Dr, Paul Hopper, one of the lecturers, is from Harpur College and will spefk on nhiatorical linguisticsn on Feb, 20 in the Union Formal Lounge, John Ross, another lecturer, is from M.I.T, and will speak on grammar and syntax on a date yet to be set, Ur, Whittaker,!.; also a lecturer, from University of' Rochester, is a neurolinauist and also will meak on a date vet to be set. he movie is rented for-850, and the tkpe is bought for $25, The fiBld trip is for 15 people to the University of R~chester Lab, Recornendation: We recommend full funding of $650,00, Rationale: This is a new Club, and we feel they deserve a chance to get off the ground, Also:: we found out that this club, while trying to get S,A, recogntion last semester, bd aome unfortunate experiences: They submitkd a constitution to S,A, three differnet times, and eadh time it got wlostn, heref fore, they were not eligible HEWl7l UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate February 5, 1974 T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant page 3 Finance Committee Minutes for S,A, funding until this late date, Thus, we-,feel their request is justified, TODAY'S REQUESTS TOTAL PO....,......,..,. $5,310.00. ( taking into account the tabled Cheerleader's request From last week,> IF ALL THXSE REQUEST% ARB GRABTED IH ilL, THE= WILL BE $5,208.85 LEFT IW THE PROGW 3'UNDt HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE I COLLEGE 0 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Assoeiatien Senate State College at Oswego 9th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting 1, Call to Order 2, Roll Call 3, Approval of Agenda 4, Approval of Minutes 5. Exeeutive Reporta A, Vice-President Malave B, PPB 6, Committee Reports 7. Old Business 8. Hew Business A, Bill 78 B, Bill 71 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 12,1974 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 12, 1974 1 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:05. The following Senators were not present: Gary Anthony, Maria Roman, and Jim Van Epps, and Wendy Karp, (sub-Mary comer)& Dan Harmony moved to amend the agenda by adding Bills 72 8'73, and Resolution 11. The motion carried, and the amended agenda was approved. A motion was entertained to approve the minutes, and it passed. EXECUTIVE REPORTS St&; ?hzhzr-dydributed copies of the complete budget atidit, and after some tconfusion' the Senators voted (hand-vote) to ~ost~one discussion of the-audit until next week, to give 'them timeto read it. Gary Schindler, from the Native American B&-bod came before the Senate to ask them what they would have him do with the income from the sold goods Pay it back now, or later. He also said that the' group had hopes of organizing a program around the "white roots of peacen to be sponsored by PPB, but that at this time they have no money to do so. He asked for an-allocation, or that the money they have to pay back the loan be turned into an allocation. The Senate voted that He should return the revenue already collected, and referred his request to the Finance Committee for discussion on 2/13/74. Mario Malave addressed the Senate. He explained that he has heard that the Senate was intimidated by BSB at the last meeting, and that he didn't think it was~true. However, after speaking to more pebple he sees that maybe it was true, and the Senators were intimidated.. He then discussed the part that the Oswegonian plays in reporting events to the students. Many people read this, and they beleive it. Referrinn to 2 articles. he showed where he thinks the Oswenonian has reportedwon Senate ~eetin~s in a very biased manner. '.The Tpaper reported onthe open meeting with the athletic situation, and the meet~ng where BSU requested their money. In contrast, from the paper, it looked as if there were only a few students at the first meeting, and that the mood was generally calm, while the 2nd meeting was attended by an unusually large audience of Black people, and the Senate wars pressured into voting toallocate their money. Mario pointed out Plat anyone who attended both meetings knows that there were many more people at the first meeting, and they were very rude, loud, and disruptive, and that the smaller amount of Black students who attended the 2nd meeting in question, were polite and wealmamered, allowing the meeting to go on as normal. Mario expressed great concern at such biased reporting, and what sort of effect it can have on campus. He wanted the Senators to be aware of the situation. Then, a few Senators gave their opinions, in opposition and support of his feelings, and the discussion was closed with a motion to the agenda.

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(page 2 minutes 2/12/74) Mario then announced that SU is giving a dance marathon as a benefit for muscular dystrophy, Couples can dance, and raise money at the same time, If anyone is interested, see him for the details, and for who to contact, PPB GaSle @off handed out posters for the spring semesters programing, COMMITTEE REPORTS hobin Braunstein, for academic affairs reported that they need people to donate books, and time to get things organized over there, Please contact her, OLD BUSINESS ob explained that he only vetoed it because lche needs more time we% information on how summer session will be run this summer, and what the exact figues aretased on, He plans on doing some -\more research before allotting any money, W BUSINESS < ill 0 Anne gave an explanation of all the details, and the date change dl7 because of the 282 seniors who will still be student teaching. LThen, the bill passed with 23-yes, 2-no, and 0-abs, Bill 71 Jeff moved to amend to knock out the $40 for trophies from the -trip and activitiesw category, and it carried, (19-yes, and 6-no) Then, the bill as amended was passed with 19-yes, 3-no, and 3-abs, ( Tottls to $459.50 ) Bill 72 The Bill was friendly amended to read "Student Associatinn will bemsible for the payment of any damaged and/or missing furniture that Housing loans to the Oswego Womne's Crisis Center, up to and including $250, Bill 73 This bill was referred to the Finance Committee with a vote of T5-yes; %no, and 5-abs. Resolu..tion 11 John Weil proposed an amendment whieh-stipulated that the bookstore, candy store, tavern, and restaurant would also be included in the investigation, etc, After long consideration, it was defeated, The vote was 10-yes, 13-no, and 1-abs, After a division of the House, the amendment was still defeated with 10-yes, 12-no, and 2-abs. Bob Redlo announced that he wil be attending to conferences to lobby for State and national legislation, and that anyone interested in going should contact him. March 9 in Albany, SASU conference, and Feb.22-26 in Washington, ....................................................................... The meeting was adjourned at 9:15 pm, HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN? &a* WhY~23 **************w***************~*M**M**************************M***

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SENAT2 VITIX ?-3CO2D Bebruary 12 Y Y Y n n Y n n n n Y Y Y n )3 9n n n n n Y n abs Y abs Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y n Y n Y Y n -. .,, ." <' abs Y abs Y n n Y Y Y H Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs n Y Y Y n abs Y abs abs abs abs n Bintz Braunstein ???own Brut van Bucher Cafarelli Carmen Charette Defoster Plemming Gaston Hanschke Harmony Comer Xronenbitter Kirschner Kszystyniak Maguire Mulve y 0 'Connell Reisman Scanlon Hammond See Weil Wicks Ciarvino Seiden Iiotito n Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y n n Y n n n n Y Y Y n n Y abs n n n n Y n abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y n Y Y Y Y abs Y n Y abs abs Y Y Y Y abs n Y Y Y Y Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mdrlo M Malave President of The Senate Student Association Senate State College at Oswego 9th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting -T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 12, 1974 FIHABCE C014EBITTEE I4IlTlJTES Melabers present: Banks, Charette, Falco, Gaston, Roman, Wicks. TRE MAGIC IWHBER FOR TODAY, WOIJGD, UMDR HORMAL GIRCUMSTABCES, BE $5,718.85. HOWEYER, E WAS DISCOVEReD THAT SOMEWRE ALOEBGTFE LIBE, ARI UNFORTU1BATE MATHEHATICAL ERROR WAS MADE, Am THE ACTUAL MAGIC ESFTWBER IS $3,918.Q0. (SORRT! ! ) I. Senior Clambarn Request: $3,395.00 Discnssien: hast ear, the annual clambake was attended by 856 people. Senate allocated I 3,650 for the event laat year. The cost ~f last year's clasbake came to $7.75 per person; Senate snbsidised $5.00 per senior, and each senior paid $2.75. TOTAL ..ee.............. The clambake will be held Satarday, May 4. This year, the owner of Salvador's Grove de~lands a $.50 increase per person, bringing it te $8.25 cover cost per person; thae, S.A. is asked to subaidiee $4.00 per eaoh of 750 perrsons, while each person wonld be paying $4.25. (It should be noted that this request has already been cat in committee with the a eement of the representatives the origiaal request asked for 3,375 to stabsidiee 750 seniors at $4.50 per senior.) r Reoommendations: We recornend full -ding. Rationale: This is a tradition; we'd hate to be responsible for e~lding it. 11. Industrial Arts Association Request: $499.50 Discussion: (It should be noted that the I.A. Ass'n. original request was for $E,330.00. A11 cuts were made with the agreement HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate p.2. T. Paul Murphy Administiatwe Assistant 2$12/74 Firmnee Committee Minutes of the representatives). The request breaks down as follows: A. Operating Bxpenses: 1. Office ~applic~oooooooo75.00 2. telephone exp. ........ 25.00 ..... 3. fib rentals (8). .80.00 4. membership earda........5.00 5. membership certificates (for placement f oldera) .10.00 6. student lectwre md demonstration matsrrials.25.00 -Snbtotale.....$220.00 Be Professional Cogvention Binghamton, HYSIA Convention, Mar. 27-30. Career Education, Phase 11. 1. gaa, 120 riles, 3 people. ........ .$ 7.50 2. lodging, 3 daye ................... 63.00 3. meals, n..................... 54.00 4. registration@$5.00 ............... 15.00 C. Field Trips and Activities 1. Aladur 2. Hiagara Mohawk 3. G-~tota Die Molding $100.00 4. Earth Week 5. Awards fBm Faculty sponsors.........40,00 Recommemdationa: We recommend cutting $40.00 for aFacalty Awardern, bringiag the recommended total down to $459.50. Ratioaale: Awards for Faoulty members is not something we feel S.A. rhonld be responsible for. We feel all else is justified. HOTE: TODAYtS REQUESTS TOTAL TO $3,894.50. IF TODAYSt REQUESTS ARE GWTED IEI FIKL, THERE WILL BE (ARE YOU READY) $23.50 LE?8 IH THE PROGW FUHD. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Presideni of The Senate Student Association Staee College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administ~ative Assistant AGENDA Tuesday, February 19, 1974 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports a. President of the Senate be President of Student Association c. Bud Heaps d. PPB 6. Committee Reports a. Jeff Carmen be Rules Committee 7. Old Business 8. New Business a. Bill 74 be Bill 75 c. Bill 76 d. Res. 12 e. Res. 13 f. Res. 14 g. Res. 15 he Res. 16 February 19, 1974 9. Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State Universtiy College at oswego ,, .--, Senate -, -. . '. . . .:-I..!\;, ,.:'. .* ,,. <;, / 9th LegislaMve Session 2lst Senate Meeting , ..,-... -. .. .. -. 1 !--; . . . ... .. ... .'. I : .-.,. ., . .._, / I, .? ,: \. 2.. 'h'ebruary 19, 1974' Bfnt z Braunstein Brutvan Bucher Cafarelli Carmen Ciaravino gaston Baechle Kirschner DI11 -. Senate Voting Record Y Y Y Y Y. Y Y Y Y n Y abs Y Y Y n Y' Y Y Y Bill "2" Kronenbitter y Kszystyniak y Mulve y Y Scanlon YI Weil Y Wicks Y Seiden Roman Y Charette Y Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:05. Jim Bintz moved to amend the agenda to include Resolution 17 as item i in New Business. It carried, and the amended agenda was approved. A motion was entertained to approve the minutes, and itcarried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS an Harmon explained that He would act as President of the Senate at %-t e meeting. He then read the resignation of Tony Brown, and it was acce~ted b? the Sente. steve such& was present, and accepted questions on the "auditw that he had distributed the week before. Bob Redlo reported that he is still wbrking on research for the summer session programs, and fees, Bud Heaps addressed the Senate. He explained the history of PSA, and that it didn't fall under the central management of Hewitt Union until July of '73. He spoke of the advantages to this system, and the disadvantage* of the other. One thing Mr. Heaps stressed is that the old FSA did not engage in full disclosure, and therefore was surrounded with distrust. Then, he went on to explain exactly what "On profit means, and that it is separate from a %on-profitn status. "O:." profit allows for profit, but stipulates that it must all go back into the business. -Mike -. .. Carlito reported on coming events for the week. CUMMITTEE REPORTS 2eff Carmen reportdon the progress of the Special Committee on Interaal Affairs, He spoke most specifically of the meeting with Dr. Perdue, and that the President did not wihh the tape of the meeting to be read, publishes, or played for anyone but the committee, to guard against a Watergate on this campusH Jeff then read the letter that he sent

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February i?, L~,L -to the President on behalf of the Committee. Maire Brutvm reported that noone has shown up for meetings, and asked %hose who said that they're interested to spehk to her after the meeting, Dan Harmonx reported as Chair of the Election Committee: money for pollin$ is scarce so this year we will have regional supervisors, and not dorm supervisors, Anyone interested should contact him, to poll or supervise. Ann Rronsnbitter charged the committee f,o investigate the cost of voting machines, NEW BUSINESS Bill 74 The bill was corrected to read TOTAL $159L50 and to return -0 the Program Fund, The bill carried with 18-yes. Bill 75 carried with a-vote of 12-yes, 5-110, and 2-yes, the Sponsorship was withdr-awn because a petition is being prepared to present to the executive, ADJOURNMENT >or some unknown reason, the Senate voted to adjourn in the middle of the agenda, at 9:00, EXECUTIVE ACTION Bill 69 establishment of Tax and Obligations Account was signed, Bill 70 Senior Clambake, was signed, 5BiT1.T Industrial Arts allocation was signed, Bill2 providing for financial responsibility up to '-or furniture for Crisis Center. was signed, Bill 75 was the re-allocation ~O~~LSU, ana it signed, Addition to the Minutes . ATTENDANCE: Those Senators not present were:Gary Anthony, Tony Defoster, Walter Flemming, Barb Hanschke, Wendy K& (subSue ~aechle) Alice Maguire Jerome 0 lConnell Maria Roman, and Jim Van Epps,

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SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 2&2h Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administ:ative Assistant February 19, 1974 FINANCE COYMITTEE MINUTES Members present: Banks, Charette, Falco, Gaston, Roman, Weil, Wicks. NOTE: WITHIN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME, IF ALL GOES NICELY, WE WILL HAVE APPROXIMATELY $1800.00 IN THE PROGRAM FUND. $450.00 back from Native American Brotherhood 300.00 It Latin Student Union 700.00 (approx.) Football Club 63.50 left in Promam Fund 286 .j0 oversight in accountinq 81800.30 TOTAL I. Native American Brotherhood discussion: The N.A.B. is trying to raise $1,026.77 for an excellent program they're planning to have this semester. They paid S.A. $450.00 of the $1,000.00 that they owe. They requested that they be able to use the remainder of the loan to put towards the program (they would try to raise the rest on their own). We suggested that since their request is not in order, that the remaining $500.00 be used to continue the Arts and Crafts Sale, and they agreed. Rationale: Although we consider their proposed program worthwhile, we do not think it fair to take their request out of order. 11. Yo a Club &uest: $90.00 Discussion: his is a result of a "special orders of the day" allowing a bill for Yoga Club to reach the Senate floor last week, and in turn being tabled to Finance Committee. If we were to take the request in order, it would mean that four requests would be taken bsore it. Recommendation: The bi 1 will be kept in conmittee and dealt with in ngm order. kationale:Again, we do not consider it fair to deal with any request out of order. HEWITT UfiION @ PtIONt (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22 Senate Meeting AGENDA ~ebruar~1974 Ball to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Wutes Executive Reports a. President of the Senate b. PPB Goramittee Reports Old Business a. Resolution 17 b. Bill 54 c. Bill 64 d. Bill 65 e Bill 55 f. Resolution 12 g. Resolution 13 h. Resolution 14 i. Resolution 15 j. Resolution 16 New Business a. Bill 77 b. Bill 78 c. Resolution 18 d. Resolution 19 Adjournment T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant February 26, 1974 HEWIl7 UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student A~sociatlon State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting Senate Minutes February 26, 1974 The meeting was called to order at 6:05 pm. Senators not present were: Gary Anthony, Holly Charette, Jim Gaston, Ann Kronenbitte~, Leslie Kirschner, Donna Loti9 Marie move? to include Bill 77 and 75 and Resolutions 18 and 19 after' Resolution 17 in old business, and it carried. Then, the amendedagenda was approved. Bill Muivey and Jeff Carmen withdrew Res. 12. f 'b Bill ~ulve~ moved to approve the minutes, and it carried. *r EXECUTIVE REPORTS Mario explained that Bob Redlo is in Washingbn with the National mnt Lobby, and that is why his door has been closed the last few days, and will continue to be, al.1 week. Sunreme Court Gary HODD~ has withdrawn from the position for Chief austice, however Mario told the Senate that as soon as Bob Redlo returns they should have a nomination. PPR Mike announced that he'd like to ~ut the executive candidates for SA on TV, and that any of them should contact him soon, because it must be planned in advance. Ga le announced those people chosen for PPB next year: C~.ne isions -5 POD Craig Cassfdy Margaret Dixon Beth Clark Ken Kohberger Sandy Levitt Ren Vasiliev Darlene Watson Jim Zalewski Fine Arts Judv Bielicki ~achelle Eisenstat Barry Ruvio Benita Zahn Im rom tu dkdhian Joseph Monti Dave Greer Peter Schillo Dan Harmonx addressed the Senate on their politics, and the reasons for his resignation. After last week's meetinc, where the Senate, in part and/or in full proceeeded to twist its own constitution for personal purposes, and then displayed its cowardice by adjourning in the middle of the agenda, leaving pending issues unsettled, He decided that he no longer wanted to be a part of "itw. A few Senators asked questions, and spoke in response. Then, when asked to approve the resignation, voted 3-yes, 17-no, and 1-abs. COMlviITTRE REPORTS Academic Affairs Mary announced that they still need help in distributing the Faculty Evaluation auestionaires. ~mnnounced that the Leisure ~eadink room still needs ~eo~le, and always, more books! Rules .Harie reminded the Senators to bring their copies of Bills 54, 64.5, and 55 to the meeting next week.

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page two of minutes of February 20, 1974 OBD BUSINESS B~solution 17 passed with 22-yes votes. (hand-vote) NEW BUSINESS Bill 77 Jim Ciaravino moved to amend to delete the $400 for transportaion, 'mm Van ~pps), and after debate, the amendment was defeated, by 4-yes, 14-no, and 1-abs. Then, the Bill, in its origninal form was passed with 16-yes and 3-110 votes. Bill 78 passed after disaussion with 20-yes votes.(hand-vote) mion 18 carried with a hand vote of 22-yes. Resolution 19 3 Friendly amendments were made: 1. The first paragraph was changed to The Senate believes that Karate and Judo should be offered as courses in the regualr academic budget and given for credit ...."2,The date in the second paragraph was changed to 1975-6, from 1974-5. 3. The clasue in the secon&aragraph which stipulated that SA' will fund it, if the College doesn't, was stricken. Then, The reaelution carried with 18-yes, 1-nb, and Labs. OLD, BUSINESS ~esolution13 Friendly amendments were added to include buses on Sundays, ahat the committee will be made UD of 3 Senators. which will re~ort to the Senate on or before March 20, 1974.It aassed with 21-yes Resolution 14 was withdrawn when it was found that the Finance committee and other aarties have alreadv done so. Resolution 15 was friendly amended to read that thenStu3 ent Affairs committee shall investigate..........:" Then, it carried with 13-yes, 6-no, and 1-abs. (hand vote) Resolution 16 was withdrawn. Then, at 8:37, (aparoximately), the Senate ADJOURNED with a unanimous yes vote when Amy Seiden moved to adjourn, and tony Defoster second-ed ....................................................................... Grac iou-sly .bsa.73. Y"p ................................................................ ****** VOTINGU RECORD (~ebruary 26, 1974) Braunstein Brutvanxi Bucher Cafarelli Carmen Ciaravino Flemrning Hanschke Karp Maguire Y abs Bill 77 Mulvey OIConnell Roman Scanlon Seiden Van Epps Weil Wicks DeFrank A1 Bill 77

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave Pres~deni of The Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Febsuary 26, 1974 Members present: Banks, Falco, Wicks. THE MAGIC NUMBER FOR TODAY IS $1,779.50. I. Rugby @Rub ~e~ues'$892.00 Discussion: The request breaks down as follows: .................... Lime............... 96 48.00 Referee................................ 100.00 Phone.................................. 15.00 Tourney fee............................ 25.00 2 Rugby balls.......................... 50.00 ~dvertising(*p ad in ~swegonian)..... 90.00 Transportation f 4 games @ $100.00)..... 400.00 Unifsrms....... 5 shirts @ 12.00.................. 60.00 12 pairs of shorts@5.50........... 66.00 24 pairs of socks @3.00........... 72.00 (It is important to note that Rugby Blub's priginal request was for over $1800.00 and that they on their own cut over $900.00. In addition, over $40.00 was cut in committee, with the representativest agreement.) Rugby Club got $606.30 last semester. There is an increase this semester because new rugby balls are needed, because oftthe tournament in Rochester, and especially because of the uniforms they need: the uniforms they have are completely worn out, and are as old as the team itself. There are about 50 members on the team, and each member personally has to shell out about $50.00 (in addition to what S.A. allocates) for food at away games, parties for home games, phone calls, and advertising. Recommendation:We recommend full funding of $892.00. Rationale: Over $900.00 has been cut from their original request. It is clear to the committee that they are now HEWlll UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate 2/26/74 T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Finance Committee Minutes, pa2. down to a bare minimum, and could not survive with much less. 11. S anish Club ~00 Discussion: To the amazement of the committei, the representatives of the Club, upon arrival, informed us that they were more than willing to cut $765 from their budget (including two movies and a Spanish Festival) if they would be funded for a Spanish guitarist, their main priority, for $400.00, The guitarist event,is also being funded by 3rd C~rriculum and the Music Dept. It will take place 3/26/74 in Sheldon Auditorium. Recommendation: We recommend full funding of $400.00 Rationale: Again, more than half of the group's budget was cut. We feel that it would be unreasonable to cut any more. TODAY'S REQUEST TOTAL TO $1,1292.00. IF THEY ME GRANTED IN FULL, THERE WILL BE $502.00 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FWD. HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting March 5, 1974 AGENDA March 5, 1974 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports a. President of the Senate b. President of Student Association c. PPB Committee Reports New Business a. Bill 79 b. Resolution 20 Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State Uniersity at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Sesshon Senate 23rd Senate Meeting SENATE MINUTES February 5, 1974 The meeting was called to order almost at 6 sharp. Those Senators not present were: Gary Anthony, Marie Brutvan, Mary Bucher, Steve Cafarelli, Tony Defoster, Bob DeFrank, Walter Fleming, Ann kronenbitter, Rick Scanlon, and Jim Van Epps. The agenda was approved as it stood. The meeting minutes were also approved by a hand vote. The Finance Committee Minutes, including 2 recommendations under $300 were discussed, and approved, by a hand a6kof 17-yes. EXECUTIVE REPORTS kario announced that Dan Harmony was nominated for Supreme Court Chief Justice, and the Senate approved the nomination by a hand vo ?he issue of no President Pro-tern came UD. and the chair o~ened to nominations. Jeff Carmen, Leslie ~irsch$&r, and Jeff wick; were nominated and Jeff was elected by a majority of-the ballot votes, (Jeff Wicks was Elections elected) karioCexplained to the Senate why the slate of candidatesdhad not been posted, and why he decided to go-through all the hassel of validating them name by name: when procedures are set previously, and individuals are made responsible for acting out those procedures, it is not up to them to disregard procedure. people should'nt be under any false illusions about election procedures or legalites, like the other years. He could not profess to follow procedure if he hadn't carried ouB a legal validation process. -the schedule previously set up for elections dictates that an official slate of candidates must be posted by noon on the day after the petitions are due. This is an impossibility. Validation is extremely time consuming. He went on to point out that we are in great need of some new, more workable election laws forsstudent government. There were petitioiis that could not be validated, in all cases because of illegible signatures, and Mario as Vice President did not feel it should be his power to dictate who runes, and who does not. So, he asked the Senate for a vote on the issue. Afeer discussion, and the Senate found that all candidates had submitted at least the required amount of signatures, and that noone had more than 8 signaturess missing, they voted to except all petitions submitted as valid. The vote was 17 in favor of acceptance, 4 opposed, and 1-abstained. COMMITTEE REPORTS Student Affairs Mary reported that we will be having faculty evaluation, SA will pay $700, and the administration will pick up the rest. Robin reported that the student handbook will be smaller this year, but hopefully more relevant than usual. She then took a straw pole to see if

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U Minutes, February 5, 1974 Pa~e 2 those present felt it necessary to include the SA constitution in the hand book, ahd the overwhelming majority voted yes. The Lesiure Reading Room will oBen March 25. ~inance Committee Jeff reported that there will be no Finance Committee meeting this week. ~onstihtional Revision (select committee) $ill K. said that he would contact the other members, and organize a meeting. 1. BUSINESS bill 79 passed by a hand vote. Rasw@Lagain -referred to Academic Affairs. ADJOURIWIENT, as usual. ........................................................................ "There's no such thing as dirty politicsn =? ...................................................................... signed I Segund ion of .o Pas LSU) tor) was was signed signed.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting March 5, 1974 FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES members present: Banks, Falco, Roman, Weil, Wicks. THE MAGIC NUMBER FOR TODAY IS $502.00. I. Yoga Club Request: $295.00 Discussion: The requested funds are for payment for the yoga ins. :I.. structor for eleven weeks of instruction. Yoga Club has about 30 members. Recommendation: We recommend an allocation of:.$225.00. Rationale: There are 8 weeks left in the semester after spring break. $295 for eleven weeks breaks down to about $28.00 per week. At this rate, $225.00 is about the right amount f~r 8 weeks. 11. Bit and S ur Riding Club -Request 195.25. 7. / 9s The request breaks down as follows; Entry fees(for 15 riders-Apr.6 show) 8@ 8.50 .......................... $68.00 7@ 4.25 .......................... 29.75 Travelling 3 cars@$5.00 ..................... '15.00 Regional Conference (Poughkeepsie) ..,....... Fees5@ 8.50..................... 42.50 Travelling ....................... 25.00 Lodging-$3.OO/night .............. 15.00 TOTAL ..................$ 195.25 This club missed out on funding last semester because their request came up before finance committee too late. They also missed out on funding for two of their events this HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES, CONTINUED .................. 3/5/74 semester for the same reason. There are about 20 people in the club. Recommendation: We recommend full funding of $195.25. Rationale: This club's members have had to foot the bill for four shows since fall. In addition, they are paying for their own away-meals. We feel it only fair that they receive full funding this time. NOTE: TODAY'S REQUESTS TOTAL TO $490.25. IF THESE REQUESTS ARE GRANTED IN FULL, THERE WILL BE $11.75 LEFT IN THE PROGRAM FUND. HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave Prestdeni of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, March 26, 1974 I. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports a. President Redlo b. Vice-President Malave c*.PPB.z -, I -1 d .The pendulum 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business 8. New Business a. Bill 80 9. Adjournment T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant March 26, 1974 HEWITT UNION PHONE i315) 341-3602

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Student Association State Univor~if y qt Os~ozo Senate 9th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 28, 1974'. Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:08 p.m.. Those Senators not wesent were: Steve Cafarelli,Walter .Flemmine;, Jim Gaston, Betty Reisman, Maria Roman. When a, motion was made to apDrove the agenda, Jim Van Ep~s moved to amend it to include Rill 81, first in New Business, and Jeff Wicks added (by a friendly amendment) Bill 82 after Bill 80. Mario noted that Resolution 21 should be added, if noone objects. With the ~revious 3 additions, the amendment carrjed, And so the agenda was approved. After a few ouestions, the Senate Minutes were a150 approved. Finance PommEee Minutes ...were discussed. Jeff announced that the amount requested bv the Forensics Leaque qhould be corrected to read $255.20, and then the Senate voted to approve the recornendation of full funding with 18-yes and 2-no votes. FXECUTTVT REPORTS bvf;lrio .-..a. He reminded the Senators of the letters he ha2 sent to each of b C. Bob a. -t7 .'. : ': b I them pertaining to committees, and renorte2 that he ha? only gotten re~lies from -the few peo~le who he knew were ~Pready active in committees. No matter what a Vice President does, the Senate will not have working committeess unless they coonerate. Elections : Mario explained thlt when Dan h,-d become Chief .>cTastice, and relinquished the ~oqitim of Elect ion Chairmn that he assumed the role, for the rngsons of exrediency, and practicality. (no one else was available at the time) However, he had forgotten to ask the Senate to approve his appointment. Also, he announced the stipends for the election: $1.25 ph for poll watchers, $25 for Su~ervisors, and $35 for the chairman, and asked the Senate to 3rnrove that. So in one vote the Senate approved him and his stipends with 21-yes, and 1-abs Matt McCabe had been nominated by the President to be Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and the Senate approved1,it with 24-yes and 1-qbs. He spoke a little about the SASU conference snd lobbying, and stressed that if anyone is interested, or has any quegtions, they sho~l.4 ~et in Ooneh with )Sm, Holly Chsmtte, Robin Rrqunstein, or Tony Brown. hl~o, 'things are looking ~retty good for the mandatory activitv fee, so far. BaI, Fund: He explained that it will work something like an insurance fund any student who contributes W1 will be entitled to up to ?300 bail. A1 Veinger and Toe Melech a.re coordinating the propram, modeled after U.B. anhnyone interested can get in touch with them.

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c. May 1st Strike or Moratorium Red10 explained that many achools around the state are striking 211 students and facultyfor only one day. He will he cominq to the Senate soom to ask for :I -A :.--.-an endorsement, an5 he hn~os that all the Senztors will think on It. There will be workshops and Drograms ~lanned for the day around a central theme clf -aratermte. dl Presidevt Perdue's re-evaluation committee is qettin~ underway, the students cn the committee are Ron Tly~ert, Mario Malave, Tim Murphv, and Bob Redlo. They plan on di.stributinw-questionsires and 2ssess~ent fans on the President. Redl o .doe~n 't feel that this is a *true roc-.l-J ~rocedure but that its a qood chmce to point out problems and various situations to the presidant through a good critical ~nalysie. e. Student Associatirn Rudqet Redlo hzs decided that thi~ Senate will vote on th8 budget by Anril 15th, and he ho~es that the senate won't be to over-powered by looby groups, or other outdide Tresmres. He also exmessed his wich that the sessions could remain onen, but ~ointed out that that is up to the Senate's di~cretion. After a long debate, a3 to wheth~r the "Oldtt or "Neww Senate shohld vote on the bu%~et, Redlo asked for s vote of confideme in his dscision, stating that if he dida't get it he wou-J+ reconsider the matter. The Senate voted In favor of his decision Qith 11-yes, 10-no, and 3-qbs. The ?bn?ulum .Toe W!enhs, the new paitor of the pub!.i~ation SDP~ on the -~end~.%, nast ~resent an? future. He eu~-essed his oninion th.?t in the nast, it. has been verv DQO~, but th~t he plrnc on rai.s!n~ the standards to th7.t of national mblic2tion standards. He then went on to pjve his auali fication?, and ~?,rt, and .i..ncluded that M.?rk!+hl wi 11 be the Art Director. In nurnrnarv, hp made a plea to be funded this yn%r ba.sed nn the promise that the pendulum will really become a good art and literary magazine Pobin reported that Faculty Evaluation will be April T-5. All those -cinatin~ can pick UD the su~~lies in koom 213of the Union on ~hursda~ andL
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VOTTNG R?CO3D March 26,1974 Gary Anthony Robin B-uanstei n Marie Rmtvan Mary Bucher Jeff Carmen Hollv Chnret-tE! Jim Ciarvino Herb Hamrnond Sup R~erhle Wendy Ksr~ Darlene Jackson Tjesl ie Rirschner nonna Totito Alice Yamire Bill Mulveg Jerome O1nonnel? Richi e Zcsnl on Amy Seifi~n Jim Vnn "nns ,John Ye i! Jeff VirkRob nevrnnk David .Sop Jfm Rintv Rill Ksevstyniqk n Y abs n Y n n n Y Y cY Y Y 9 Y Y n abw n. n n n Y n n abs abs n a-b s n Y Y abs Y Y Y abs Y n Fib? abs n Y n n Y Y Y Y n n abs n abs n n n n

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marro M. Malave Presideni of The Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant March 26, 1974 Members present: Banks, Charette, Wicks. THEW4AGIC NUMBER FOR TODAY IS $481.75. I. Sheldon Foremics Association R$225.20 Discussion: Drhginally, the S.F.A. request was for $1,255.30. On their own, the members cut their request to $530.20. In committee, the represengitatives of the group further agreed to cut it to $415.20. The new request breaks down as follows: a) Cortland State Finals (8 persons) fees..................$96.00 food.................. 64.00 transportation........ 18.20 lodging............... 63.00 SIUBTOTAL: $241.20 b) Plattsburg National Finals (3 persons) fees..... ............ .$39.00 f~~d~~~.~~~~.~..~~~..o 42.00 transportation........ 18.00 lo#ging............... 34.00 SUBTOTAL: $133.00 c) University of London (at Oswego) transportation..... ....$ 9.00 food...................20.00 lodging................l2.00 SUBTOTAL:$41.00 TOTAL: $415.20 In addition, we were informed by the representatives of the fact that Forensics has $160.00 left in their account from last semester that was not used. If these funds are transfered it would be in reality only $255.20 that would be needed for this semester from the Program Fund. Recommendation: We recommend an allocation of $255.20 from the Program Fwd. We also recommend that the sum of $160.00 be transfered from last semester's account, to be added to the allocation. (vote: 2-0-0). HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy Presideni of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association S ate University at Oswego S 4 ate 9th Legislative Session 25th Senate Meeting SENATE AGENDA Tuesday, April 3, 1974 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports Committee Reports Old Business New Business a. Bill 82 be Bill 83 Adjournment April 3, 1974 HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student A?socistion State University Colle~e at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 25th Senate meeting April 3, 1973 Senate Minutes The meeting was called'to order at 6:15 P.N. The agenda was approved. The minutes were approved. EXECUTIVE REPORT Mario discussed the election in general, and explained that he wished would have more patience and understanding, as to why it took so long to count the ballots. Everything was double checked, and some triple checked, which is why it tonk until about 3:30 -4.M. He then read a letter to the Senate, written by Bob ?edlo, concerning his nomination of Mike Bell and nick Hesner as associate justices of the Supreme Court. The Senate apnroved them, 1.rith a vote of 12-ves: 4-no, and 1-3.b~. A-fter the vote, Robin and Betty both voiced opinions of serious concern, at the fact that there are no women on the nunreme court, questioned its validity 2s a. rerresentative body. Then, the matter of choosing the jwtices was discussed, with a peneral fnslinp that there should-be some set wav of nomination md approval, that involves the Senate, besifies the executjve. COMMITTEX RFWRTS Jeff asked for suwestiona as to procedure for the remainhg days of the semester, in relation to the Dropram Fwtd, and how to deal with requests. After a short discussion, The Senate returned to the agenda. OLD BUSINESS -82 -:!as discussed, and withdrawn. It was noted that John Wrlil wjthdrew his sponsorslhip, and 2 friendlv amendments were made; (1) in V. llstudent association, its appointed designee," shall be stricken. (2) in I. C, a clause vas added to read; "All funds s~ent on any canflidatesl campaign must come from this account. After discussion, the bill then carrried with 17-yes votes.

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Robin Braunstein Marie Brutvan Mary Bucher Setve Cafarelli Jeff Carmen Bob Defrank dim Gaston Herb Hammond Sue Baechle Le3lie Kirschner Alice Maguire Bill Mulvey David See Amy Seidan A1 Roman Jeff Wicks senato votine: reco-r? April 3, '74 Bill 83

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Marlo M Malave President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 26th Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant April 9, 1974 AGENDA ~uesday-1 9, 1974 Call to Order Roll Call Epproval of the Agenda Approval of the Minutes Executive Reports A. Mario Malave B. Bob Redlo C. Joe Melech Committee Reports Old Business New Business A. Bill. 84 B. Bill 85 C. Bill 86 D. Bill 87 E. Resolution 22 Adjournment HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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The meeting was called to crder shortly after 6:~m. Senators not resent wsm: Wrv Anthonv, nor?T~otito, Alice IWyuire, Jim Van Epps, M~ria. Romn (subStcnhani_e ~af%rly), Barb Hsnschke (subSue ~aechle), Jim Rintz, and Retty Reimmn. There were amndwzlts made Jn the sgends to yt Fill 86 f3rs3 in Old Rusin~ss, and to add Resolution 23 after Resol-v.tion 22. Then, the amended asenda was approred. C b~qdemir AfFqi-c! Vary cli.srrt~sced in brief a ~sw thins that;'s rcoinw arovn4 PI J..n Plcacim!.~ P?' !?les Coime! 7 1.rh.f ch m9.v r~lt~it.s tak~n; a nrofj k! mcv exam fr! has+ r! 37th. and enr1.i @h cnm?os'?; tfnn in ordm So amdi?.=l.te. ;1P'ii??'~~r!c~t rlommi,t+ne J~ff evl?in~C1 $hat She ?r~~rart! Pmd j.~ now nffj.cir7.1.1rT? clnned for the yrn?r, due tk the Fat): thst; ?;her& isn't enov.rh vonen tn deal with the next ~?"IIOP+ 934 3.1 so that be~avse of 011t~t~ndf.v b? 3.1 ..: no one js re.4lp sure ~rxactl:~ how much rnnev 59 jn the ?rocram Rmd. of Hewttt ~nim. shs71 be -an ex-offjrt! o nlember. Then, the bill was passed with 24-yer votes.

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The Synq+o +horn. OFO?P< ?~rq;nqtSomq for vp~~o~qn+at~ve to ?FR f07 thj s year's interviews 2nd sel ertj on ~ommit-kee (as undwlined in RIll 86). Steve Cafarell i -~olunteered, and the Senate amroved his anmfntmnt wi.tk! 1 %ITS Tmte~. Then. the Student Affatrs committee amointed Robin Rrsunstein as re~resentative to PPB. Bill 84 was ~assnd with s vote of 2Q-yes and !-no, was discussed. Jerome nro~osed pn arnnm?l~leqt. (2>d-Marie) tn -out the cla11~n ~ti~ulatinn thq-t; st least one half of the committee be l;romen., and it carriedwith 11-ves and +no, Then, at that, the 3 previoug snnnsor8 withdrew their snonso-?Ma, and Steve Cafarel-li apreed to sDonenthe now anendc2 5iIl. Then, a potion to the orders cf tLo rl?p ~3s made, --.a mssed. ResnTv+i~37 after df szussi on, massed 1~7it;h 3 7-ves, 6-no, ?.rid 2-abs. -3-7 Jeff repit +ha 3jst of a1aEwd activites, and the Res. pas~2d witk 13-yes and A-2>3. 1r ., ahn, 9hq 77 TT J TT ebs Y 3.b 3 P Y Y abs a33 abs Y abs Y Y Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administ:ative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session mh Senate Meeting April 16, 1974 AGENDA Tuesday, A-6, 1974 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports A, ,3 b Redlo 6~ 8:& rio Malave C. Joe Melech D. Bob Slote 6. Cornmi-ttee Reports 7. New Business A. Bill 89 B. Bill 90 C. Bill 91 8. Adjournment HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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April 16, 1976 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:15 pm. Senators not present were : Gqry Anthony. Steve Cafarel-li Holly Char~tte (sub-d~an ~agoolih?n), Jim Gaston. Donna Lotitn. Betty Yeisman, Maria Roman, Jim Van Rpps, John V~il (sub-"1 yoman) Mario explained that Bills 92, 93, and 94 should be included, and the Senate approved the expanded agenda. The minutes were discussed and also approved. nreviou? voar. Studsnt Pffrirs "qbin announce? that she needs nicturss fnr the Ftudsnt Uandbook dn-nminp: 1if~ in Oc~Sko., but, thrt thczp must be in blsrk qnd white. --R11.7.. F39 A. frS.en.37~ a-.lon?ment. wc included to stinulate th?t the cornvittee~~ must renort to the Serqte vithin 3 weeks of the nominstion. 2 nsmes were ad?&r3, to enonsor?hl.p, Wendy us.rn and Msry Sucher. The Rj?l y~serl with 19-yes. 5-no, amd O-?b-. Bi71. 90 n88sed with iliscu~sl.on, and 16-yes, 3-1-10, qnd 4-s.bs. Ri.71 97 nrssed. vi+h 30-yes 2nd !-?.bn. ill 97 nas?ed vi th 2n-ves, ?-nor and 7-ahs. Rill 97 n=',?seil with l Q-VPS. Bh>.'i-T? Robin cs17dd for 5nenia!. ordor? of the ?qv to con~i.?er 95. The 61nalt vith givinrr al.1 those nartie? involve3 in Bill 97 fu1.1 vntinp .nri.vel s~es on all ?mate ismp?. Y?w~v~T, after some I? i ~cu.sc;i on, it was wi thdravn. Rill 9' ms,ed ~ith 1.7-yes and ?-,b,. Tu.4T'S7TT 7 ,, i ,/,/,,.' i.I, ;

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Rnckey nas~ed as recom~ended with 12-yes, 1-no, and 4-ghq. la cross^ passed as recommended wj.t5 12-ves, I-no, and 4-abs. SOCC~P passs? as recommended with 11-yes, 1-no, md 5-zbs. ?!rq ptl; n passed as recomnmdo? with 11-yes, 2-no, 2nd 5-ahs.

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The Senate then ~oved to recess at 7:00 ~n, 2nd it carried. TRe meeting was called to order ?t 5:15 Tm. Senators not nrnssnt V~TP : Garv Anthnny, Stevn C?.fsr?l.l j., Jlrr. rli srs+.do, Rob Dqfrmk Wa1.-her Wemyi.nr, ;Tim r',a.ntnn, T)cnns, Lntito, %.rb v?psnFk~ !?nbSue ~aecli&ll, 951.1 Fnulve~r?r;.n Rown, Jim V2.n Fms, John Pkil (-4. ~nm?n) \F4,7 aowd tn mend to a.dd *??F fnr real.., (A?.) !2r?".~lx~?), and it carrip? tai.th 1.5-yes, 1,-70, p?2d 1.-ahs Thm, Tho awniiod Fvrlret, r~z~ed vrith I5-pps. 3-no. l F~npiyta -as recommended 'rith 15-yes 3r.d 2-no votes. 3'ipl.d FOC~V passed a.s reconmended wfth 1-5-yes, I-no and 1.--7bs.

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Softhal%:"t' .1 pams recommendec? 1~~5th 15-ves, 1-no, and 1-abs Swjmmin~: v w~sed ?,s reco~mendsr? w%th ? 5-ve~, I-PO, and 1-abs. Vnll CV~R I1 passed x$ I-'recormended with 15-yes, 1-90, an? 1 -7bs.

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Page 2 5th Seesisn Budget Hearings 1974-75 Rukby (cont) Robin moved to amend (A41 the budget to stipulate that no meals shall be paid for except from the program fund, and shall not be budgeted out in the speing budget hearings. (2nd-Amy) After discussion, the amendment was defeeted with 5-yes, 15-no, and O-abs. Then, rugby, as amended was approved with 17-yes and 3-no votes. BLACKFRIARS Alice called for Special Orders of the Day to consider the budget now because they had to be on stage soon. (2nd-Marie) After three divisions of the House, the Senate by a 2/3 vote agreed to discuss the Blackfriar's Budget. Alice moved to amend the recommendation to Add '$3.00rmor nder publications, (All (2nd -Robin) and it, carried with 20-yes and l-abs.'Then, the budget carried as amended with 22-yes votes. MEN'S RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION passed.as recommanded with 22-yes votes WOMEN' S RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION Barb Sutcliffe moved to amend (~1) to include $1,250 more under managers and it carried with 18-yes and l-no vote. (2nd-~;e Baechle) Then, WRA passed as amended with 18-yes and l-no vote-. COLLEGE BAND passed as recommended with 19-yes and l-abs. ,_. CHAMBER SINGERS passed as recommended with 18-yes and l-abs. SOLID STATE passed as recommended with 18-yes votes COLLEGE ORCHESTRA passed as recommended with 19-yes votes COLLEGE CHOIR passed as recommended with 19-yes votes MEN'S GLEE CLUB/CHORALAIRES passed as recommended with 19-yes votes UNITED MUSIC ORGANIZATION passed as recommended with 18-yes votes SKI HILL passed as recommended with 17-yes votes, and l-no vote LAKER HALL passed as recommended with 15-yes votes.

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Page 3 5th Session Budget Hearings 1974-75 RECREATION EQUIPMENT Jim C moved to amend (All to allocate $540.50 (2nd-Herb). After discussion, Robin moved to amend the amendment (a1 to All (2nd-Sub) to read $350. a1 to A1 carried with 9-yes, 7-no, and 2-abs. Then, A1 carried with 14-yes, 2-no, and 3-abs. Then, the amended recommendation passed with 14-yes and 3-no. LEE HALL passed as recommended with 18-yes votes CENTRO passed as recommended with 18-yes votes. CHECK-CASHING passed as recommended wqth 16-yes, and 1-abs. COMMUNITY SERVICES The Senate recessed 6th Session Budget Hearings, 1974-75 April 25, 1974 The Senate was called to order at 5:15 pm. Senators not present were: Gary Anthony, Holly Charette, Bob Defrank, Jim Gaston, Herb Hammond, Bill Kszystyniak,Donna Lotito, Bill Mulvey, Jerome OIConnell, Jim Van Epps, John Weil, and Richie Scanlon. COMMUNITY SERVICES Jeff moved to amend (All to add $233.32 more to Temporary Services, and $240 for the Phone. This makes the total budget $2,595.32. After discussion, the amendment carried with 8-yes, 6-no, and 1-abs. Then the amended budget was passed with 12-yes and 3-no. WOMEN'S CRISIS CENTER Leslie called for Special Orders of the Day for this budget (2nd-Jeff) and the motio n carried with a 2/3 majority vote. Leslie moved to amend (Al),(Pnd-Jeff) to add $300 under communication, and $110 under office supplies. After discussion, the two parts of the A1 were:voted on separately. The $300 addition passed with 14-yes, 1-no, and 1-abs, and the $110 addition passed with 9-yek, 6-no, and 1-abs. Then, the budget passdd as amended with 15-yes and 1-no vote. ELECTION FUND passed as recommended with 14-yes votes FREE UNIVERSITY passed as recommended with 13-yes, 2-no, and 1-abs.

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?age 2 6th Session Budget Hearings 1974-75 Robin called for Special Orders of the Day (2nd-Leslie) to deal with Bill 97, and the vote was 10-yes, 6-no, and 2-abs. (defeated) Rokin then moved to include Bill 97 at the end of the budget (2nd-Marie) and it carried 'with 12-yes, 5-no, and 1-abs. LECTURE SERIES passed as recommended with 13-yes and 1-abs. LEGAL AIDS passed as recommended with 15-yes votes SAVAC passed as recommended wiRh 14-yes votes HEALTH CENTER passedas recommended wzth 14-yes votes. Then, Health care as a whole, passkd as recommended with 14-yes-votes. MISCELLANEOUS passed as recommended with 15-yes votes PHOTOCOPYING passed as recommended with 15-yes votes The Senate recessed at 7 pm. 7th Session ---Budget Hearings, 1974-75 April 29, 1974 The meeting was called to order at 3:15 pm. Senators not present were; Gary Anthony, Jim Bintz, Jeff Carmen,Jim Ciaravino: Barb Hanschke, Dave See, Amy Seiden, Jim Van Epps, and Richie Scanlon. PROGRAM POLICY BOARD Administration passed as recommended with 16-yes votes. Fine Arts passed ~s recommended with 15-yes, 1-no, and 1-abs.

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Page 2 7th Session Budget Hearings 1974-75 Impromptu passed as recommended with 17-yes and 1-abs. Films a. Cinevisions Robin moved to postpone until the end of the PPB budget but the motion was defeated with 8-yes and 9-no. Bob Defrank moved to allow them to charge a minimal entrance fee and thereby have an income account of $3,000. (All A1 passed wit. 16-yes and 1no vote b. Film Festival passed as recommended with '14-yes votes. C FILMS -passed as amended with 12gyes, 2-no, and 1-abs. Pop Concerts Russ moved to change the recommendation for Pop (All (2nd-Maria) as follows : $27,500 for major and minny concerts $10,000 income account -, ?LA r:---c1 t 18,500 for super concerts The amendgent passed with 11-yes, 2-no, and 1-abs. Then, Pop passed as amended with 10-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs. Video Programming After a lengthy discussion and explanation from Mike Carlito, Jeff moved to amend (Al) (2nd-Maria) to add $1,000 for a porta pack, and $1,000 for salary for someone to install things this summer. After a separate vote the Senate voted to allocate the money for the porta pack with 9-yes, 6-no, and 1-abs, but not for the salary, with a vote of 2-yes, 11-no, and 2-abs. Then, Video passed as amended with 14-yes votes. Minority Programming Leslie moved to amend (All (2nd-Rohin)to stipulate that the next Senate must approve the structure and method for minority programming within the first 3meetings, but it was defeated with 5-yes, and 15-no votes. Black Student Union passed as recommended with 15-yes and 3-abs. Latin Student Unibn passed as recommended with 15-yes and 3-abs. Native American Brotherhood passed as recommended with 11-yes, 1-no, nad 6-abs. Minority Programming then carried as recommended with 16-yes and 2-abs.

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Page 3 7b Session Budget Hearings 1974-75 PROGRAM POLICY BOARD was approved as amended with 16-yes and 1-abs. WOCR was taken off the table with a vote of 17-ves and 1-abs. Then, an d austerity budget of $7,586 was passed with 13-yes and 4-abs. PRIOR YEAR'S EXPENSE passed as recommended with 14-yes and 1-abs. STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Student Handbook Robin moved to amend i$ to $1,000 (All (2nd-Sue), and it carried with 13-yes and 1-abd. Then, the amended budget pqssed with 14-yes and 1-abs. Consumer Guide passed as recommended with 14-yes votes. SASU passed as recommended with 15-yes votes SENIOR CLAMBAKE Marie moved to postpone thisuntil the end of the budget (2nd-Jay) but the motion was defeated. Then Marie moved to cut the clambake altogether. (A10 (2nd-Jay) but A1 was defeated with 2-yes, 12-no, and l-abs. Then, the budget was passed as recommended with 12-yes and 2-no votes. SERVICE CONTRACT was passed as recommended with 12-yes and 3-abs. STUDENT REFUNDS:' Leslie moved to amend (Al) to 12,500, and the motion carried with 13-yes, 2-no, and 1-abs. Then the amended.budget passed with 12-yes, 1-no, and 3-a1 PROGRAM FUND carried as recommended with 16-yes votes. SUPREME COURT Robin moved to amend to cut the salary by $l&o, and the clerk altogether. voted on separately, they both carried, with 11-yes, 4-no, and 1-abs, and 14-yes, 1-no, and o-abs, respecti.vely. Then, the amended budget was passed with 14-yes and 1-abs. Senate passed as recommended with 12-yes, 1-no, and 2-abs. Executive Robin moved to include another $300 f~r administrative Assistants, (2ndBill) but it was defeated with 4-yes, 6-no, and 4-abs. Then, the executive budget passed as recommended wit& 14-yes and 1-abs.

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Page 4 7th Session Budget Hearings 1974-75 ACCOUNTING AND FINALGCE passed as recommended with 14-yes votes. Bill 97 Marietmoved to table the budget to discuss Bill 97 (2nd-Mary) and the motion carried with 9-yes, 4-no, and 1-abs. Bill 97 After much~~discussion of the meal issue, the bill was finally and for the last time defeated w5th a vote of 3-yes, 9-no, and 3-abs. Marie moved to untable (2nd-Darlene) and it carried. Steve reported that the total budget figure was $463, 502.56, which was -$1,500 over however, hq was confident that we could absorb that with an increase in enrollment. After discussion, the budget was approved by the Senate en toto with 15-yes votes. "f: please note +:f: The number of sessions was numerous, and the.hours long, and consequently, the proxies were many, and often changing .... therefore, they are not all recorded, being that some floated in and out. If a Senator is listed as absent, that means that there was no proxy in his/her place. However, if a Senator is listed as present, he/she was not necessarily so, but someone at least was a proxy. The Senate recessed at 9 pm. Good-bye,

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SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE o OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant 31xdent A~soci~tlon State COY PW af Oswe5o SEnate 9th LeeislatZve ~es&ion 27th Senate Meeting April 30, 1974 Tuesday, *April 30, 1974 Gill to Order Ro7.1 Ca.l.l. Executf~r? Seno~t s a,. Pre3idenk ~f +he So?-ate b. President of Student Associstion Gom~ittee Renorts Old Busbzss a.Bill. 89 b. Ei13. 90 New 3usiness a. Rill 93 b. Bill 99 c. Bill 100 d. Res. 24 Adjourngent HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 G~egory cA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 1,1973 Bill 1 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: One copy of every bill or resolution introduced in or referred to any committee of the Senate shall be required to be filed with the Clerk of the Senate. This bill shall become effective immediately. Sponsored by Senator Harmony Senate Action Student Association HEWITT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Gregory J. Gates President of The Senate Student ASsocaition State University Cokzege at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting Bill 2 May 1, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Colrlege:.of Arts and Sciences at Bswego that: The following be incopo~ated into the laws of the Student Associa*ion ; 1. A minimum of one feminist on the executive advisory board. 2. Provisions for a Women's Center on every campus 3. Establishment of a Task Force (made up of women) to do research on sexist policies existing in the college university. 4. Establishment of a Director of Women's Affairs to coordinate programs and provide assistance to women's groups. This position is to be filled by a woman who is approved by representatives of all the women's interest groups on the campus. THIS BILL TABLED UNTIL FALL SEMESTER OR UNTIL CALLED TO THE FLOOR --HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Cjregory PA. Gates Pres~dent of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 6, 1973 Bill #3 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: I. Any Student Association groups or members receiving academic credits may receive Student Association funding. 11. This bill renders Bill #93 from the 6th Legislative :' Session null and void. Introduced by Sen. Jeff Wicks Senate Action: 23 yes 0 no 0 abs President Robert Redlo ~$3)~ J' Student Association 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 9th Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting May 6, 1973 Bill #4 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University bf New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $500.00 be allocated if the Director of Finance can find available funds in order that the Friends of the Migrant Workers can have Karen Tobin speak on the dilemma of the migrant workers. Ms. Tobin is a social worker from Rochester active with Program Funding, Inc., an organization aiding the migrant workers in the Sodus area. The date has tentatively been set for May 10, Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. Introduced by Sen. Elton Mantle Senate Action: 18 yes 0 no 2 abs Student Association / HEWITT 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 9th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting September 4, 1973 Bill 5 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Football Club be allocated $3,000.00 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION I SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Ratient of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting September 4, 1973 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 Junior-Varsity Hockey Team be allocated $1,000.00 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 22 yes 1 no -bate signed L, Robert Redlo, President Student Association HEWm UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNlVERSlTY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 I qarnes 9. c7ubssgraber Student Association State University College Senate 9th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting President of The Senate I at Oswego September 4, 1973 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 Junior-Varsity Baseball Team be allocated $1,089.00 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 18 yes 4 no bate Signed Veto was sustained Robert Redlo, President Student Association HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATIOq SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 lames 8. cMossgraber President of The Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislativ e Session 3rd Senate Meeting September 4, 1973 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 : $713.00 be allocated from the Program Fund for General Athletic Equipment. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Actinn o-yes 20-no 3-abs deafeated HEWITl UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate . T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 11, 1973 Bill 9 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $755.35 be allocated for the purpose of purchasing a safe for Check-Cashing. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 23 yes 0 no Date Signed Robert Redlo, President Student Association HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 11, 1973 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: $2,824.18 be allocated; for the Sheldon Forensic League. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee Senate Action 11-yes 12-no 1-abs DEFEATED HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 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 Constitution of the Student Association shall be amended as follows (new matter underlined): Article 11, Section I, Paragraph I: The Executive power shall be vested in a Student Association President who shall, together with the Student Association VicePresident, shall be elected by an All-Campus Election at the earliest practicable date during the period from the 15th of February to the 15th of March; and hold office for a term of one year commencing the first day of April of the same year in which they were elected. Be it further enacted that upon approval by the necessary 2/3 of the Senate and a majority of the members of the Student Association this amendment shall be immediately effective and shall apply to any person holding the office of Student Association President and Vice-President. PASSED BY REFERENDUM ON SENATE ACTION: 23 yes 0 no 0 abs. NOTE: This bill was amended (Bill 57) to include effective date of amendment to be myl, 1974 HEWIl7 UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION . I SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul. Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Associatio n State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 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 : Sheldon Forensics League be allocated $1055.58 from the Program Fund Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 12 yes 6 no 4 abs. Date Signed Student ~ssociation A HEWllT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administiative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Rugby Club be allocated $606.30 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 20 yes 0 no 2 abs. Date Signed Robert Redlo, President student ~ssociation HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave T. Paul Murphy President of The Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 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 : The Oswego Industrial Arts Association be allocated $273.50 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 20 yes 0 no 0 no tm s z Date Signed Student Association HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NE\ YOR -Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 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 : Karate Club be allocated $390.27 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee SENATE ACTION: 21 yes 0 no 0 no Student ~ssociation HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy ~drninistrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 Bill #16 Berdt enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : All finance bills shall be placed before the Senate Ways and Means Committee, or such agency or committee as shall be designated by the Senate for the consideration and recommendation of said committee or agency with respect to such requests. Introduced by Sens. Harmony and Weil referred to commi4tee 'on September 19, -1973--. HEWIll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate .. T. Paul, Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 Bill #17 Be it enaccted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $2,000.00 be allocated to the Oswego Women's Crisis Center for the express purposes of rent and utilities. This amount shall be from the Program Fund of each semester in the amount of $1,000.00 each semester. Sponsored by Sen. Greeney SENATE ACTION: 14 yes 7 no 1 abs. a. --. .-. ~1 6 'd3S Date Signed Student ~ssociation v HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate T. Paul Murphy Adrninistiative Assistant Student Asaociation State University Cbllege at Oswego Senate 9th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 18, 1973 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 By-Laws of the Student Association shall be amended as follows (new matter underlined): Section 3 shall read: "The legislative session shall be one (1) year in length and shall begin on the first day in A ril and shall end on the last + day of March of the following year. Introduced by Sen. Harmony SENATE ACTION: 22 yes 0 no 0 abs. HEWlTT UNION 0 PHONE (315) 341-3602