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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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: JUDO CLUB be allocated $268.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. Instructor's Fees $168 .OO 11. Club Trips& Tournaments and Clinics $100 .OO TOTAL : $268.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Sena=be Action: 30-yes .n/a 9/7+ date signed; The President:

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewilt Union President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #34 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : KARATE be allocated $500.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. Funding of EventsKarate Demonstration $150.00 11. Instructor's Fees $350.00 TOTAL: $500.00 Introduced by the Finance Committee Senate Action: So-~es The president : Gregor~ A. bates,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Osb~go Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL # 35 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : LAKESHORE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB be allocated $360.00 from the Program Fnnd. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $360.00 TOTAL : $360.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 30-yes dateprdsented'to I The President: &e<& re g A. Ga es, res dent

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 1 OUl Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 Bill 36 Be it enacted by the Student Association senate of the State University of New Yorg, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : LINGUISTICS CLUB be allocated $237.27 to be broken down as followsr General Operations Conference TOTAL Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 3-yes 2-no /
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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: NEW YORK STUDENTS FOR EFFECTIVZ EDUCITION be allocated $145.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $50.00 11. Instructo~ls Fees 50.00 111. Club TripEducational Issues Conference(~1bany) 45.00 TOTAL : Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 30-yes The ~Sesident : /I I heg* A. Gates,President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College of Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 Bill #38 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : PROMETHEUS be allocated $222.00 from the Program Fund to be broken down as follows: Expenses for the NYC Conference: I. Parking 2. Transportation 3. Meals 4. Lodging 5. Seminar Fees TOTAL $ 222.00 All funding shall be removed if Prometheus fails to adhere to the SA guidelines stipulating open membership to all SA members, of if they continue to collect dues as a prerequisite to vote in the organization. Senate Action: 2'1-se s //,/y-/'7~ aesge: C -, I / date 'presented to.L Tlje president: n

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10 Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 Bill #39 Be. it -enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : INDUSTRIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION be allocated $232.86 from-the Program Fund, Breakdown as follows: I. General Operations 110.86 11. Fall Conference Dinners Luncheons (5 ,paople, 2 30.00 nights and 2 24 .OO days ) 111. Club Trip to Boces 50.00 IV. Speaker's Pane) 18,OO Senate Action: 19-yes Date pyesented to The President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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: OSWEGO SKYDIVING CLUB be allocated $724.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $ 82-00 11. Funding of Events Demonstrat ion Jump $ 50.00 111. Club Trips $192 -00 TOTAL : $724 -00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 22-yes of Sttd ent ~ssooiation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #41 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Colllege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: OSaEGC STATE FOLK DANCERS be allocated $150.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $ 50.00 11. Funding of EventsIsreali Workshop $100 .OO TOTAL : $150.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: '2 %yes date ~rekented to The ?resident I I &ego$& A. Gates,President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE 10th Leaislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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: OSWEGO WOMEN'S CENTER be allocated $95.00 from the Program Fund. Broken down as follows: I. General Operations 11. Travelling expenses TOTAL $95 .OO Senate Acti on: 2 3-yes The President

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Studm t Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #43 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Colllege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : PHILOSOPHY CLUB be allocated $200.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $ 25.00 11. Funding of Events Speakers $175 .OO TOTAL : $200 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 21-yes /O~Y 174 dat signed: the president : rep 4. Gates ,Presida t of udent Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 10th Legislative Session SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NRN YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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 : PSYCHOLOGY CLUB be allocated $288.50 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $ 66.00 1I.Funding of Events A.I.Q. Controversy 11.00 B.nDo-it-Yourselfn Self-Modification 11.00 C.Otltside Speaker 150.00 111. Funding of Films A. Race, Intelligence, and Education 40.00 B. 16 in Webster Groves 10.50 i ,'j.i. TOTAL : $288.50 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 23-yes dy The President 4*% Qregor$ ]A. Fates .President

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October BILL #45 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : RUSSIAN CLUB be allocated $165.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. Funding of EventsGuest Lecturer $165 .OO TOTAL: $165 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 23-yes The president

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union 10th Legislative Session Sanford Miller President of the Senate ,Student Association State Unfversity College At Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 Bill #46 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: SHELDON DEBATE ASSOCIATION be allocated $654.00 from the Program Fund, Broken down as follows: I. General OperdtEons $112 ,OO 11. Wding of Events A. lournament (~iagra Palls ) 83.00 B.Kent State 126.00 c. NYC 137.00 D. Southern Connecticut 156.00 111. Instructorts Expenses 40 .OO TOTAL $654 .OO Senate Acton: 22-yes /c/sshy date peesentea to The senate

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Leaislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th senate Meeting October 23, 1974 Bill #47 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : STUDENT ACTION MOTCEMENT be allocated $300.00 from the Program Fund, broken down as follws: I. General Operations $103.00 11. Funding of Events Gary ~ichenberryHolmes Brown Fu9d&3~g of Films China Talk and Slide Show 20.00 TOTAL $300.00 S nate Action: The president

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL # 48 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: WOMEN FOR A NEW WORLD be allocated $200.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $200 .OO TOTAL: $200.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 24-yes The ~Eesident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNlVERSlTY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 1 DL Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Associatdm State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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: YOGA CLUB be allocated $310.00 frm the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. Instructor's Fees $310 .OO TOTALsi : $310.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: Senate Action: (6ct. 29) postponed Zabled, Senate Action -----------0. 25-yes 1-no unanimous yes. date presented to The President:

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association StatevUniversity College At Oswego Senate 10th Legislative 8essiqbn 11th Senate Meeting October 29,1974 Bill 50 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University College of Arts and Sciences of New York that: $2,009.00 be allocated to the Ski Club from the contingency f und Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action : 29-yes The president &egory@. dates ,president of Stud nt Association

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&A STUDENT ASSOCIATION 10th Legislative Session SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session October 23, 1974 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 : $ 0, be allocated to the Men's Varsity Bowling Club for the fall semester of 1974. Sponsored bythe Finance Committee Senaae Action: pobtponed Senate ~ction:(~ct 29) 23-yes tabled Unanimous yes 1 died at end of session

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 9th Senate Meeting 10th Legislative Session October 23, 1974 Bill 52 Be it enacted by the Student Assocfa$ion Senate of the State University of New York, College of Artsmd Sciences at Oswego that : $1,892.00 be allocated to the WOMEN'S ICA HOCKEY CLUB, $391.00 from the Program Fund, and the other91 ,501.00 from the contingency fund, broken down as fallows: I. Meals and Lodging 11. Transportation to Colgate I11 .Officials 3 home contests Timer and Scorer IV. Equipment Game Pants 20 X $18 Helmets, 20 X $9' Gloves, 20 X $18 Skin Guards 20 X $14 Elbow Pads 20 X $6 '^ 100 pucks Hockey Sticks, 2 doz X $36 Goal sticks (3) Goalie mask Goalie Shoulder and Chest Protector Goalie Gloves, $41 per pair (equipment = $1,501 .00) TOTAL $1,892.00 Senate Action '18-yes ,;/~//7+ a .,e signed: /8/'25/7f date dresented to the

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4 10th legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting October 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 : THE BUCKEYES CLUB be allocated no money from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Finmce Committee Senate Action: 30-yes date presented to the President date signed: of Student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Sesion 11th Senate Meeting October 29, 1974 Bill 54 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arta 8nd Sciences at Oswego that : $1,000,00 be allocated to the Community Day Care Center from the contingency fund, Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 29-yes ////3/74 date signed: The president G~egow A. Gates,President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union 10th Legislative Session .Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting October 29, 1974 Bill 55 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $1,000.00 be allocated to the ~tudent/~cademic Affairs Committee from the contingency fund. Sponsored .by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 32-ses date presented to The ~Eesident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewilt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 5, 1974 Bill #56 Be it enacted by the Stadent Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The present policy of not combinjng the 1,2, and 3 dollar allocations for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for the Menls and Womensl Intercollegiate Athletic Associations be revised so that the total sum allocated to the individual team for that day be spent for food at team's discretion. With the full acknowledgement that all receipts will be returned to Student Association. This policy will apply to all Student Association Clubs and organizations. Sponsored by Bob Tompkins Senate Action: 21-ses &/74 ate sigaed: The President re^&^ A. Gates, President of the Student Association

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 HewiIt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 12th senate Meeting November 5, 1974 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 : The Student Association offer a nWinter Sports Season Ticketm to all non-S.A. members. This ticket will allow the holder admittance to all Hockey, Wrestling, and Basketball contests, on the same basis as'any~ SA member. The rates of the ticket will be as follows: $35.00 per family of 4 $15.00 per single adult Each member of the family will be issued individual tickets and all adults will be asked to provide a second form of identification upon admittance. All seating will be on a first come first serve basis. Ho more than 50 of each type ticket will be sold. Sponsordd by Ed Falco. Senate Action: %-yes zzG&&E The President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 13126 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Office Of TLe president Gregory A. Gates Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Senate Meeting (13 th) November 12, 1974 Bill 58 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the; State University of Hew York, College ofz~Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : $880,00 be appropriated from the Contingency Fund to staff a federally subsidized career uidance program, (2 assistants) 4 Sponsored by Gregory Qates, Student Association President. Senate Action : pei&rraddt o committee dies at end of session

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union 10th Legislative Session Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting November 19, 1974 Bill #59 Be it enacted by-the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Jewish Student Union be allocated $250.00 from the Contingency fund. I Breakdown as follows: General Operations$30.00 A. Telephone-$5.00 B. Duplicating$10.00 C. Office Supplies$15.00 Funding of Events$220.00 A. Band-$80.00 B. Meals-$90.00 C. ~ecorgtions-$20.00 D. Folk Dancing-$30.00 Sponsored by Betty Reisman Senate Action : 2t-yes wcxq7g date presented to the President: Gregorg A. 'Gates, Student Association President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th -Legislative Session 14th Senate Heeting November 19, 1974 Bill # 60 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, ColSege of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Impromptu Committee of Program Policy Board be allocated $1500.00 from the Contingency Fund for the purpose of initiating a new program on campus: the first annual Oswego Folk Festival, on April 25,26, and 27th, 1975. Breakdown is as follows: Sponsored by Sandy Miller (Senate Action : passed by a majority hand vote /a/Si7y aate presented to the President date signed: pocket vetoed Gregory A. Gates,President

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting November Bill #61 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The following appropriation be made from the Contingency FuAd: Funds for the operation of a Saturday night Centro bus service (to be placed in the "CentroV account). . . .$500.00 Sponsored by Gregory Gates, Student Association President Senate Action: ?&yes date presented to The President : &zfy/7.& regor a es, u en ~ss&@ion president

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student ~stsociatio~l State University College a t Uawcgo senate 10 th Legislative Seasion 14%h Senate l~ieeting Be it enac-t;ed by tne btudmt ussociation Senate of the State University af uew York, College or arts and Sciences at Oswcga %hat: The following appropriation be made from the contingency F&d: Staffing and printirrg OX a comprehensive legal aids pamphlet.... ~1*500,00 Sponsored by GregoPy uhtea SkudeM Association ~reaident Senate sctioa 24-yes &ate signed: wd.& Grego* A4 Gates, rrcbsideat of Student ~aaociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (3 1 5) 341 -3601 Office Of The Ksid'nt Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting Bill 63 Be Lt enactdd by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sceinces at Oswego that : The following appropriation be made from the Contingency Fund: Funding for an Executive-Legislative Task Force on Academic Mfairs (including study and recommendations on advisement, grading, add-drop, etc.) . . $1,500.00 shall be placed in an Academic -ipolicies Fund. Sponsored by Gregory Gates, Student Association President Senate Action: 32-yes N/a#7+ to a e presented The ~ksident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSlTY COLLEGE OSWECO, NEW YORK 131 26 10L Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legialative Session 14th Senate Meeting November 12, 1974 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 following appropriation be made from the Contingency Fund: Solid State Stabilization Equipment.................. 539.25 Concerts................... 350.00 TOTAL $889.25 Senate Action: passed by a majority hand vote /43/7~ date presented to The President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union -Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association state University College At ,Oswe:o Senate 10th Legislative Session 14th Senate lleeting December 10, 1974 Sill 65 3e itmnacted by the Student Association Senate of the Stat e University of ?Yew Yark, Colleze of Arts and Sciencesat Oswego that: A certain amonut of money shall be allocated to reimburse Richard Nantelbano for monies syeak. -,.to decorate the union. This bill was written on the floor, and never made tooclem. Senate Actinn: 12-yes 14-no

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 21, 1975 Bill # 6 6 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, the incoming Senate will be unaware of the legislative and budgetary processes of Student Association; and Whereas, the Student Association budget hearings are vitally important to all students; therefore, Be it enacted that: The Budget Hearings for the 1975-76 fiscal year will be held in the tenth legislative session so that the more experienced Senate that is presently in office may deal with the budget efficiently. Sponewed by Sigfrido Madrid and Amy Seiden Senate Actbon: 7 9-yes date signed: 2/1 O/75 date presented to The ~Eesident

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STUDENT A$SOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSlTY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW 'YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union 10th Legislative Session Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 21, 1975 Bill 67 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Oswego State Football Club be allocated $1,000.00 from the Contingency Fund for the purpose of purchasing a Blocking Sled, This amount shall cover the price of the sled, and all handling costs, Sponsored by Bob Tompkins Senate Action: 18-yes I I $ate signed: 1 /29/75 date presented to The President a& ates, President OVER RIDDEN ON FEB. 4th by

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Sena*e 10th Legislative Session Special Session January 23, 1975 Bill B@ Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University mi New York, College of Arts and ScAences at Oswego that : Blackfrizrs be allowed to make the following transfer of funds: f $900.00 from 612 Tour to 614 sets, prbps & hardware $975.00 from 612 Yo 613 costumes $100.00 from 612 to 621 treasurer's stipends sponsored by Sanford Miller NEVER INTRODUCED.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Sessi on Special Session January 23, 1975 Bill 69 I Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Universkky of New York* College of Arts and Sc$Bnces at Oswego that:: Bill 91 of the 8th Legislatve Session ( Permanent Election l ill) be amended as follows: In Section I, uScheduleH, Paragraph A: Petitions will be availablelliibeginning at noon 34 days before the elections take place. In Sec. I, Par. B: Must be turned in..By 3 p.m. 26 days before the election is to take place. In Sec. I, Par. C: Slate will be posted...one day after petitions were due. In sec. I, Par. D: Campaigning may begin at noon, 24 days before the election is to take placei..candidates will be notified 25 days before election is to take place." Furthermore, All actionsctaken by the Senate and the Senate Office which pertain to the 1975 electionsaand occurred previous to this amendment are deemed valid. Sponsored by Gfegory A. Aeates Senate Action: 1 7-yes see Bill 71 The President for amendment Grego* A. Gates, President of heStudent Associa,tion

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewill Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session 14th Senate Meeting . Bill # 710 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at .. Oswego that: The Impromptu Committee of Program Policy Board be allocated $1500.00 from the Contingency Fund for the purpose of initiating a new program on campus: the first annual Oswego Folk Festival, on April 25,26, and 27th, 1975. Breakdown is as follows: Four proffessional groups..........$l200,00 Lighting..............,............ 100;OO SOW^................^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 200000 Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senate Action:. r 15-yes 2-no date signed: i I date resented to I GregoryOA.'Gates, President 08 The Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Associatinn State University College at Oswezo Senate 10th Legislative Session 18th SensSe Meeting January 28, 1975 Bill 71 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Bill 69 of the 10th Legislative Session be amended as fol&ows: The last paragraph shall be changed to read: In Sec. I, Par. D: Campaigning may begin at noon, 24 days before the election is to take place....candidates will be I notified 25 days before election is to take place." The other sections of the election schedule in Bill 69 shall remain law. Furthermore, All action s taken by the Senate and the Senate Office which pertain to the 1975 elections and occurred previnus to this amendment are deemed valid. Sponsored by dregory A. Gates, Presidenta Senate Action: 23-yes datk to The President ,!of-fie Student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 18th Saate Meeting January 28, 1975 Bill 72 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Senate, President and students of the State University College at Oswego hereby strongly oppose any efforts to raise either tuitioa or room rents for the next academic year or subsequent years. Governor Carey has pledged to hold the line on tuition which we hope he will do since "faith in governmentn was a ma$or facet of his campaign platform. Furthermore, we believe the State University is caarpable, though perhpps unwilling, of eliminating waste in areas other than those directly affecting it's clientele, the students. Room rents are too high already and at our campus during the fall semester will over 500 students were livin~ in tri~le rooms designed for double occupancy and this semester o;er 250 will be tripled. Students whould not be expected to tolerate a room rent increase. The Student Association hereby designates a day of organized letter witting and a day for showing student reaction to these po&$dliabl increases. The date of such designated day and other appropriate programs will be decided upon by the President. Spsnsored by Gregory A. Gates, President. Senate Action: 18-yes date presented o

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings-Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 73 Be it enacted by the Student Assasiation Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Anthropology Club be allocated 8-358.00 be broken down as follows : General Operat ions Event sDwight Middlet on Napoleon Chagnon meals and lodging transportation n TOTAL 358.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: f 8-yes 2// f/7$ date signed: 2/1 O/75 zdate presented to The president 4'. 423% Gates. President

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union 10th Legislative Session Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State university College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings-Program Fund Februray 3, 1975 Bill 74 Be it enacted by the Student Association~'B~ate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Art Student League be allocated $410.00 to be broken down as follows: publicity $ 15.00 Trips (transportation) Buffalo Utica TOTAL $ 410.50 Spsored by the Fimnce Committee Senate Action: 18-yes 2/10/75 date presented to the President date signed: AJGates, President of The Student ~ssociation

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 75 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Biology Club be allocated $118.00 to be broken down as follows : General Operations $ 15.00 Eventsspeaker from ~lbany(~aum) 25 .OO meals and lodging 10.00 transportation 30.00 publicity 10.00 speaker 25 .OO meals and lodging 3 .OO $118.00 Sponsored by .the Finance Committae Senate Action: 7 8-yes date presented to The President PY@u& Gleego& A: Gates. President of The" student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund Bill 76 Be it tenacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University rnf New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Bit N1 Spur Club be allocated &390m00to be broken down as follows : Beneral Operations (equipment ) $ 150.00 Events-Horse Shows 740.a> TOTAL f! 890.00 Sppnsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 17-yes 2/1 0/75 ~Qate presented to The President / I date signed: d. /JL Cre~orN &./Gates. President

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Studen& Association State University College at Oswego. Senate 10th Lggislative Session Budget Hearings Program ??und Februrary 8, 1975 Bill 77 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of tke Sate University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Business Administration Club be allocated down as follows: General Operations EventsPersonnel Management-refreshments Accountingas a Profession" tt Banking 11 tt meals and lodging $150.00 to be broken TOTAL Sponsored byc: the Finance Committee Senate Action: 19-yes 2/10/75 date presented to The President 4q7f date signed: of The Student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Sessipn Budget HearingsProgram Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 78 Be it enacted by the ~iudent Associa2ion Senate of the State University of New York, College of A ts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Campus Flying Club be allocated $735.00 to b& broken down as follows: General Operations supplies 20 .OO equipment1 21 5 .OO flight time 500.00 TOTAL $ 735.00 Sponsozed by The Finance Committee Senate Action: 17-yes 2/10/75 date presented to The President of Thew Student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Lgislative Session Budget HearingsProgram Fuld February 3, 1975 Bill 79 Be it enacted by tha Student Association B&n&&e of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Chemistry Club be allocabed $533.00 to be broken down as follows : Speaker (meals and lodging) 30.00 Trips Philadelphia 467.50 Colgate U. 36.00 TOTAL $533 .50 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 7 7-yes 2/l0/75 date presented to The President ~/u/7S/ date signed: of he" Student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Lekislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 80 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Chess Club be allocated $275.25 -to be broken down as follows : General Operations Events SUCO Open Rochester Spsored by the Finance Committee Senate ACTION:, P./-?se s 2/10/75 date presented to The President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswggo Senate 10th Lgg$slative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 81 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Thei'Oomputer Science Club be allocated $25 to broken down as follows : General Operations Faculty-coffee TOTAL $ 25.00 Sponsored by the Finance ComrniBtee Senate Action: 20-yes 2/10/75 date presented to The president of The Student Association

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate loth Legislative Session February 3, 1975 Bill 82 Be it enactedly the Student Association Sente of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Del Sarte be allocated @300 broken down as follows: General Operations 100.00 Instructor's Fees 150.00 Trip to Brockport-transporation 50 .OO Spsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 20-yes 2/10/7j date resented to The president of The 5tudent ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings-Program Fund February 3, 1975 Sill 83 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York~, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Geo Science Club be allocated $24q.00, General Ope~ations Evefit s Speaker, J. Beerbower softball-picnic Films "Oceanography at workff flSn~wfi "Geology of the Grand Canyonn "Charting the Universe Trip-White Face Mt. TOTAL Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 19-yes broken down as follows: 2/10/75 date presented to The Senate of heStudent ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 84 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The International Sttldent Association Be allocated $715.00 to be broken down as gallows: General Operations 60.00 Events International Buffet 600.00 Congressmen 55.00 TOTAL $71 5.00 Adult, non SA members will pay $1 more than SA members. Sponsord by The Financd Committee Senate Action : 'qI8-yes 1-no Labs q/r/ 7J' hate signed: 2/10/75 date presented to The ~Eesident

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 85 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State' University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Jewish Student Union Be?lallocated $250.00 broken down as follows: Mideast Debate General Operations "I ?a.L TOTAL Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 20-yes 2/10/75 date presented to The President dent

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Studoat Aa8ocirt;ion State Umniveraity College at Oswege Seaate 10th Legislative Seaaioa Budget Hoarilogs-rrogram Fund Be It onackod by -0 Studolat Asaeciatisn Seilate of tho Stat. University Celloge of Now Yerk, Csllogo of Arts and Scfeacos a$ Oswogs thot; The Judo Club bo allocated $2~0.00, broken down aa follows: Sponaorod by the Fin~cC@mmi Ctoo Seaate Actions 22-yea date preaontod Be Tho ~reaidont af Student Association

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legidlative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 87 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of adts and Sciences at Oswego that C The Lakeshore Amateur Radio Club be allocated $730.00for general operations. (postage, supplies, equipment, and replacement parts) Sponsored by the Financecommittee Senate Action: 11-yes date signed: 2/10/75 date presented to The President Gregory A. Gates, President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University At Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings program fund February 3, 1975 Bill 88 BE it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego thit : The Leisure Reading Club be allocated $100.00 for supplies and equipment.~ Sponsored by the Finance Committee I I date signed: 2/10/75 date presented to ~h& President ~E&A&$T Grego . Gntes. resident

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Le islative Session Budget Hearings Program Fk&' February 3, 1975 Bill 89 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the Skate University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : New York Students for Effective Education be allocated $221 .00, broken down as follows : General Operations SpeakerDuesberg Trips CIMagate Amembly Geneseo TOTAL Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 2 3-ye s 2/10/75 bate presented to The President date signed: km?? ,b4dd + r/7 3Gregory A. Gates, President of The Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearing Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 90 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: She Order oS Prometheus be allocated $775.00, broken down as follows : General@erat ions 75 .Oo !kip to Dallas 700.00 TOTAL 773500 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Acti on: 18-yes 2-abs date signed: 2/10/75 date presented to The ~renident J 1 Gregory A. Gates, President of The Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student hsaociation State uaivrraity College a% Oswege Senalke 10 th Legislative Sasaion Budget Hearings-Pregram Fund Bill 91 Be i+ enactad b% the Studeat Aaaecirtion Senate of t;he State University ef New York, College of Art8 and Sciences at Oswegaa that : The Oswlgs industrial Arts Association be allocated $686.70 from %he frogram Fund, broken down aa follows: General Operations 18.70 rresrnting Solid State 1 TO .OO Trips Clncinatti 267 .OO Moaticella 251.00 Sponsored by the Einance Committee hate presented te The resident tes. President of Student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Osweg Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearing Program Fund February 3, 1975 Sill 92 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Colleg e of Arts and Sciences at Owwego that: The Omego State Folk Dance Club be allocated $190.00, broken down as follows: General Operations 75 .OO Workshop 85iOO Instructor's Fees-Carl Nelson 30.00 TOTAL $190.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate ~ction; 18-37 es 2 I lh' date signed: date presented to the rreiident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union -Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association S&B te State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session February 3, 1975 Bill 93 Be it enacted by the Student Associationsenate of the State Universityc~of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Philosophy Club be zllocated $377.00, broken down as follows: General Operations 35 .OO Event "Abortion as a problem of competing rightsw or The llEthics of Modern Man" 342.00 TOTAL $ 377.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 18-yes date presented to The President A /Gates, President of The Stcdent Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10lh Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearing Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 94 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sceinces at Oswego that : The Oswego Women 's Center be allocated $ '240.00 broken down as follows: s$eaker 140.00 postage 60.00 gas money to abortion clinics 40 .OO TOTAL $240.00 Sponsored by the Finance ~ommitt&e Senate Action: xqGr--date signed: 2/10/75 date presented to The President Gregory 4. Gates, President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union 6 Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Associatim Sta&e College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 95 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sceinces at Oswego that : The Psychology Club be allocated $295.00, broken down as follows: General Operations speaker TOTAL $295. 00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: f 8-yes date signed: 2/26/75 presented to The President of student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University At Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget-Hearings, Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 96 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at OSwego that : The Russian Club be allocated $165.00 for refreshments and publicity for a Slavic Festival. AdWt non SA members will pay $1 more than SA members. Sponsored by the Finance Committee 2/.8/7< date signed: 2/10/75 date presented to The President vy Gregorfrr A. Ga es, P~esident of TheStudent ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Studend& AasaciaBimt Stat@ university Callego at uawega Senate I 10th Legidotive Seaaioa Budgot Hearing8 rrogram Pund Peb.r-ry 3, J975 Bo it enacted by the studen% Aaaocciation Senab of tho Shte university ~f Now Yerk, College of Arta and Sciences at Oawoge Ua%: The BBeldom Dehats Aamcia-kion be allocated rp'930-00 broken dswa a8 fellews: General upora8io~a 60 .SO Events 1 Urvard universie 1-50 .uU lioorgo%ewn 160.00 Naval Academy t60 .Qu k3es%ian Cellege 150 &i K*s Colhg. 120 sou reran. State 1'30 .0u TOTAL 930.00 Spaamred by Tho Pimasce Csmraittoe I date presented te The President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget HearingsProgram Fund February 3, 1975 Sill 98 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Scimces at Oswego that : The Spanieh Club be allocated $500.00 for the fee of Segundo %fu?f!t~%on SA members will pay 81 more than SA members. Sponsored by the FinaaeCommittee Senate Action: 21-yes 2/10/75 date presented to The President 1//0/7( date signed: Gates, President of The Student Association

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Lggislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 99 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Young Americans for Freedom be allocated $177-,00, broken down as follows : General Operations 45 .oO FilmsttRoad to Delano" 12.00 "Only the Strongu -1 2 ._O& Trip to Philadelphia lclB.OD TOTAL -8477.00 -. --Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 1 3-g~es 2/10/75 date presented to The ~Eesident Grego* A( Gates, Presiaent of The Student ~ssociation veto sustained with; 2-yes 15-no 3-a.bs

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association SXate University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearing Program Fund February 3, 1975 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 Skydiving Club be allocated $381.00, broken down as folloli,fs : General Operalions 69.00 Transportation to Seneca Falls 312.00 TOTAL $381 -00 Sponsored by theFinance Committee Senate Action : 21-yes The President a-//8/7.f date signed:

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legisl&ive Session Budget HearingsProgram Fund Rrebruary 4, 1975 Be it ena&ted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of-Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Varsity Cheerleaders be allocated $464.00, to be broken down as follows: Ideals 168.00 Blouses 80,OO Transpodat ion 100.00 Lodging for away games 116.00 TOTAL $464.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate ACTION: -20-yes
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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session Special Session-Program Fund Budget Requests February 4, 1975 Bill #lo2 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Karate Club be allocated $400.00 from the Program Fund to be broken down as follows: Instructors fees and clinics 400 400 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: l%-yes 2-no 3-abs t/!/k/7< date @fgEledteC. 2/10/75 date presented to The ~Eesident Gregor +A. Gates, Presi ent of The Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session Special SessionBudget Requests, Program Fund February 4, 1975 Bill # 103 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: United Music Organization be allocated $948.51 from the Contingency Fund for music organization trips. Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 23-yes 2/10/75 date resented to The ~Gesident r hate signed: ent

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session Special Session-Program Fund Budget Requests February 4, 19 75 Bill #lo4 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Women's Ice Hockey be allocated $391.00 from the Program Fund. Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Acdt ion: 19-ges The ~Eesident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Studen* Aaaociatiola State universi* College At Oawegs 10th ~egislative Yesaion Bu&get Hearings-Program Fund February 4, 1375 Be it enacbd by the Ytudent Aaaaciz%ion Senate of the state university of New rork, College of Arts and bciencea at uswego that: $75.00 be set aside from the frogram Fund for the purpose of providing refreshmenBs at the annual uswego yeatry Arts Festival. Pebrucrry 24-28. he rresident of Studan-k Aaaociatian shall supervise this expenditure and the uirector of Finance is directed to transfer thia amaunt from the rrogram Fund to axecutive axpanses to reimburse this expenditure. Senate Action: 2u-yea 3-glb date presented ts rhe Yreaidemt

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State Universtiy College at Oswego Senate 10th Lenislative Session Budget gearings Program Fund February 4, 1975 Bill 106 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of ITew York, College of Arts and Sciencwslat Oswego that : Themthematics Club be allocated $172.00 from the Program Fund for thc purpose of funding the Annual Spring Picnic. BreaEBown is^ as follows: A. Publicity 25.00 Be Food 125.00 C. Equipment 22 .OO TOTAL S 172.00 Senate Action: 18-no

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session Special Session-Program Fund Budget Requests February 4, 1975 Be it gnact.ed by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas, the membership of S.A.S.U. has already endorsed the concept of reciprocity among member schools, and Whereas, it is in the interest of all S.U.N.Y. students to cooperate as fully as possible as students in a single university, Be it enacted that the following conditions for the implementation of the reciprocity concept be adopted by the membership: That reciprocity permit any student at a S .A.S .U. member school the rights and privileges in connection with attending student activity events at other S.A.S.U. schools as a fee-paying student of that campus with the following exceptions and qualifications: A. Tickets to all events may be made available to resident students first. B. Tickets to all events may be on a first-come first-serve basis to all students at member schools. C. Individual S.A.S.L. campuses shall restrict ticket sales to their own student body when they feel that the total number of tickets 'available are insufficient to meet the needs of their student. Sponsored by Marie Brutvan date signed; Treq,@ A/ Gates, President of S udent Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 20th Senate meeting February 11, 1975 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Science at Oswego that: Whereas, the affairs of minority students have been unproperly rep~esented in the past, Be it enacted that: The creation of the Minority Affairs Committee as part of the Student Association Senate to deal with all aspects of minority life at Oswego. Sponsored by Sigfrido Madrid. Co-sponsored by Amy Seiden, Mario DelaRosa, Eddie Vaughn. Senate Action: 4-yes DEFEATED

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 11, 1975 Bill # 109 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Stipends for the All-Campus Election (Feb.27, 28, 1975) shall be as follows: Supervisors: $15.00 each Poll-Watchers: $1.50/hr. Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senate Act ion: 23-yes <1/a/75date presented to The President ./!2#)/75; ate signe &4ff2w GregorgUA. GQtes. dr&& President of TheStudent ~hsociation

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College At Oswego 10th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 11, 1975 Bill #I10 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill #91 of the 8th Legislative Session be amended as follows : XVI; .A.'Candidate', in relation to Bill 91 shall be defined as any person submitting a valid petition and following all rules and regulations as set out in the Election Law. Only candidates shall be reimbursed for election expenses in accordance with Bill 91. B. All others who campaign for office, termed "Write-ins" shall be subject to all rules and regulations pertaining to candidates of the election as se't out in Bill 91. Sponsored by Sandy Mill&r Senate Action: 1 7-ses date presented to The President ow G. & Gregory A.k gates, President of The Student ~ssociation

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller president of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 20th Senate ~eeting February 11, 1975 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : Yoga Club be allocated $375.00 from the Program Fund, to be broken down as follows: Instructor's fees .......... $375.00 Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senaate baction 18-yes date presented to The President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 1 Oib Legislative Session e 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University Collehe at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 20th Senate Meeting February 11, 1975 Bill 112 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Ekankar International Student Society of SUCO be allocated $164.00 from the Program Fund, broken down as follows: Ekankar Semiar-Hewitt Union Restaurant Meals and lodging for 2 people 54.00 transportation 60.00 publicity -50.00 Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senate Action: 17-yes + p3presented to The President Gregorfl A./Gates, President

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State Univer~ity College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session February 18, 1975 Bill 113 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of ~~ts2,and Sceinces at Oswego that : Student Wives Association Be alloca&ed qb207.0C from the Contingency Fund to be broken down as follows: Speakers honorarium fees Films Duplication expenses 25.80 Postage 15.00 Membership cards 15 .OO Publicity 35.00 Graduation programs,Senior certificates 10.00 Miscellaneous 15.00 3 270.00 Sponsored by Steve Moore Senate Action: 17-yes 2-no 1-abs date signed: 3/6/75 date resented to The resident of student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union -Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 21st senate Meeting February 18, 1975 Bill #I14 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The Department of Communication Studies be allocated $1,542.00 from the Contingency Fund for a Communication Week, April 14-18, to be broken down as follows: Money to defray expenses of speakers who are not from Oswego( 22 speakers @ $25 each) ................... $550.00 Posters and Publicity ............................... 200.00 Transportation of plant communication exhibit from NYC to Oswego ............................. 192.00 Money for five evening receptions for keynote speakers ($50/evening) ........................... 250.00 Money for 'caking guests out to lunch and dinner ........ 350.00 TOTAL: $1,542.00 Sponsored by Cheryl Bird Sponsordhip withdra,wn, see Bill 127

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting February 18, 1975 Bill 115 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of ~Rts and Sciences at Oswego that : Monies allocated in Bills 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94,95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, l01,and 102 are to be allocated from the Program Fund. Sponsored by Gregory A. Gates, President. Senate Action: 22-yes 1-abs date presented to The President ;L/a 4/7~~ date signed: ,ldiG-o.e Gregor@.A/ Gates, resident

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewiti Union 10th Legislative Session -Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting February 18, 1975 Bill #116 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $2,000.00 be transferred from Blackfriar's account #612, "Competition Tour Expenses1' to Blackfriar's account #611 for the purpose of purchasing a complete touring headset system. Sponsored by Ed Falco Senate A~tion : 16-yes date presented to "Yhe President 2&/75date signed: of Thy student ~ssociation

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College At Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 25, 1975 I Bill 117 Be it enacted by tke Student Association Senate of t& State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Biology Club be allocated $ 67.00 from the Pgogram Fund, too be broken down as follows: 5 more A.I.B.S. membership $ 40.00 EventRon Butler to speak trans.from ~yracuse(private car) 8.00 refreshments 15.00 publicity 4.00 Sponsored Sandy Miller Senake Action; k'l-no date signed: 3/6/75 date presented to The president DEFEATED n Gregory A. Gates, President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Ofice Of 'Ze Freeident Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 25, 1975 Bill # 118 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University df New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill #86 of the ninth legislative session by amended in the following manner : Interviews for position in Program Policy Board and the filling of those positions are to take place during the period of time March 1 through April 1. This deletes the requirement in the original bill that interviews and the filling of positions take place February 1 through March 1. Sponsored by Gregory Gates Senate Action: 19-yes 2/27/75 presented to he President president of heStudent Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session + 208 Hewilt Union Sanford Miller Student Association President of the Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 25, 1975 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the Sta.te University of New York, College of Arts and Scineces at Oswego that: All students attending the Regular Session (June 30 August 8, 1975) be assessed $5.00. These funds are assessed for the purpose of programming and administering activities during the Regular Session. They shall be under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities or his officially appointed designee(s)* Sponsored by Gregory A. Gates, President Senate Action 19-yes 1-25s to he President Gates, President ent Association

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 25, 19 7 5 Bill # 123 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The amount ofgbq6 3~;7,~n) be taken out of the Reserve Fund to buy a new S.A.V.1.c. ambulance. Sponsored by Gregory A. Gates Senate Action : 18-yes $3 //7f date siped: 3/31 /75 date nresented to he President Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union r Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association Sta$e University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Budget Hearings Program Fund February 3, 1975 Bill 121 Be it enacted by the Student AssociaLion Senate of the State University of New York, College of A n ts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Young Americans for Freedom be allocated $177.00 broken down as follows: ( from the Program Fund ) General Operations Films IfRoad to Delanoff Ifonly the Strongw Speaker TOTAL Splplsored by The Finance Committee Senate Acti on : 15-yes The President ent of Tlhe~ Student ~ssociation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 P 208 Hewitt Union 10th Legislative Session Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate lCth Legislative Session 23rd Senate Neeting March 4, 1975 Bill 122 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York,rCollece of Arts and Sceinces at Cswego that: The Weightlifting and Body-building Club be allocated $438.80, to be broken down as follows: from the Contingency six 25 lb. plates ten 10 lb. p.ates llhmb&ls in pairs of 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 3asy-curl Bar Weight Belt Super-power Rack Accsssories TOTAL Sponsored by Mari.0 De La Ross Senate Action: sponsordhip withdeawn

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at'oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session I 23rd Senate Meeting March 4, 1975 Bill #I23 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate pf tbe State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $250.00 from the Contingency Fund be allocated for the 12th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition. Breakdown is as follows: 3 50.00 Opening costs (refreshments) $200.00 Juror costs ($100 for each of two 95 each plus travel) $250.00 TOTAL Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senate Action: no motion to the floor was made, due to no representatfon by the club

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewilt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 25, 1975 Bill #124 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Italian Club be allocated $200.00 for transportation to attend the Italian Festival in Syracuse, N.Y. This money is to come from the Contingency Fund. Senate Action: no motion was made to the floor due to no representation by the club Sponsored by Sandy Miller

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 25, 1975 Bill #125 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: $100.00 from the Contingency Fund be allocated for publicity for the American Red Cross Blood Drive, to be held April 1st and 2nd, 1975. Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senate Action : 2-Y DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting March 25, 1975 Bill #126 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Linguistics Club be allocated $343.00 from the Contingency Fund, to be broken down as follows: I. Lecture March 26 Dr. H. Avakian-Whitaker psycholinguist from Rochester honorarium .......... 100 ........ 5 dinners@$3 15 115 11. Linguistics Conference April 19 ?rof Ritchie from Syracuse honorarium.. ........ 100 Prof. Sullivan Prof. Wiecha Oswego ---Prof. Ruf ------8 Lunches @ $2 .................................. 16 111. Lecture May 2 Joan Hooper-SUNY Albany honorarium. ........ 100 4 Dinners @ $3 ................................. 12 Sponsored by the Finance Committee 112 TOTAL: $343.00

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legialatlve Session 24th Senate Meeting Bill 126 )continued( Senate Actlon: byes The Preeident 3/33//7f bate signadr

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STUDENT ASSOClATlON SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State Univereity College at Oswego Senate 19th Legislative Session 24th Senate Fleeting $267 be allocated to the President of Student Association Executive Account, and set aside to fund a Communications Week, April 14-18. to be broken down as follows: Transportation of plant eomwlication exhibit from ?FfC to Oawego l .*sm*.,e*.$192.00 Noney for taking speakers to mealst 30 lunches $60 5 dinners $3 es. $Irj $75.00 .*me..s**,*m$ 75,OO TOTAL 8267.30 Sponsored by Xarie Brutvan WY",", Action: 2-no tlabs to The President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting 1 Resolution 1 September 17, '74 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All sexist nomenclature refesring to the description of a student on the Oswego Campus as a Freshman or Upperclassman be altered to appear as First Year Student, and Upperclassperson. The Student Association of S.U.C.O. hereby recommends that this nomenclatvre hecome common in all discussions of the above. Sponsored by &dy Miller, President of the Senate Senate Action: 13-ges RM. 218 HEWIT' UNION PHONE: (31.5) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting October 1, 1974 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 : No Student Associaltion funding shall be supplied to, or on the behalf of, any group or organization which, on a continuing basis, tends to perpptuatte an artificial discrimination between the sexes without valid purpose, whether in nomenclature or practice and procedure. The Senate shall be the judge of all funding controversies arising from this bill. Sponsored by Kurt Spears. dies in committee

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewill Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meetirg November 5, 1974 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 opposes the proposed changhe in the General Education Requirements specified on p.44-45 of the 19741975 Catalog, Our Objections are based on the fact that the semester hour requirements for the Area of Knowledge of Humanities would remain the same, butthe number of choices would be reduced considerably, due to the fac& that there would be fewer departments included in the Humanities Area than at present. Sponsored by the ~tudent/~cademic Affairs Committee Senate Action 2 6-yes 1-no 3-abs cc. Academic Policies Council, Faculty Assembly, Depai?&mhzat--Chairpersons, and Drs, Kingsberg, Rsdley, Perdue, and Rock,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE QSWEGQ, NEW YORK 13126 308 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 11th Senate Meeting October 29, 1974 Resolution 5 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : It is the sentiment of the Senate that SUCO1s course-drop policy should be amended so that the drop days be no sooner than the 10th week of the semester for semester courses, and no sooner than the 5th week of classes for quarter courses. Moreover, the Senate feels that the drop policy issue is of significant importance as to warrant immediate action by the Faculty Assembly. Sponsored by *the ~tudent/~cademi c Affairs f Committee Sexrtte Action: SO-yes cc. Academic Policies Council, Faculty-;Assembly, Department Chafrpersons, and Drs. Kingsberg, Radley, Perdue, and Rock.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate Loth Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting 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 : Due to the ridiculousness and unfairness of the laws of New York State and the sited States of America prohibit%ing the posaesaion and sale of m-ijuana, and due to the fact that as a result of the enforcement of these laws people are presently serving prison sentences for crimes no more serious than merely having an enjoyable time; It is the sentiment of the Senate that marijuana should be legalized and that all efforts to accomplish this should be encouraged and strmgly supported. Sponsored by David Grand Senate Action:

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislation Session 12th Senate Meeting November 5, 1974 Resolution 7 Bit it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Women's Varsity Sports Organization recieve the approval of Student Association for sponsering a fund raising project in the form of a beer blast. Profits from this project will be used for a Recognition Banquet. Student Association will not be liable for any debt incurred. Sponsered by Jon Bartow Senate Action: SO-Y~S

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 12th Senate Meeting November 5, 1974 Resolution 8 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Senate opposes the proposed change in the General Curriculum Information on pg. 44 of the 1974-75 Catalog that would add as #6, "Each student shall pass a proficiency examination in English Composition before graduationen Sponsored by the Student/~cademic Affairs Committee Senate Action 27-yes 1-no 2-abs cc. Academic Policies Council, Faculty Assembly, Department Chairpersons, and Drs. Kingsberg, Radley, Perdue, and Rock.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Sedon 12th Senate Meeting November 5, 1974 Resolution 9 Be it resolved by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Gciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Senate opposes the proposed uhange in the General Curriculum Inofmation on pg. 44 of the 1974-75 Catalog that would add as #V, "Each student shall pass a proficiency examination in Introductory Mathematics. Sponsored by the ~tudent/~cademic Affairs Committee Senate Action: %-yes Labs. cc. Academic Policies Council, Facnkly Assembly, Department Chairpersons, and Drs. Kingsberg, Radley, Perdue, and Rock.

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101 Lenislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting December 3, 1974 Resolution #10 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 use of Student Activity Fees are subjectto the guidelines established by the Board of Trustees. Whereas a student referendum is required to establish the mandatory or voluntary requirement of .Student Activity Fees. Whereas students are required to approve all expenditures of the Student Activity Fees. Whereas an adequate self governance process in in current use, it is inappropriate for any group other than students to exercise any control of the use of Student Activity Fees. Be it resolved that the Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego supports the exclusive right of students to govern and regulate the use of Student Activity Fees and opposes all legislation, resolutions, and policies imposed by the legislature, the S.U.N.Y. Bjoard of Trustees, or campus administration to regulate or prohibit the use of Student Activity Fees. Introduced by Sandy Miller Senate Action: passed by a majoriy hand vote.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association Sta&e University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session February 18, 1975 Resolution 11 Be it hesolved by the Student Association Senate of the S4ihtw University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The Student Association Senate of the State University College at Oswego hereby acknowledges and fully supports a meal sacrifice requested by the World Hunger Committee of the Newman Club. Be it further resolved that all proceeds from this sacrifice go th the organization Bread for the world, c/o Mr. Joel Underwood, 235 East 49th St., M. y., E. Y. Sponsored by Sanford Miller Senate Action: 16-yes



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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate . ,.-. .-l 10th Legislative Session 'I 2 lJ7th Senate Meeting ,-: ; *-. I '1 (I I L. .-:-.I i .l-Bovernber 12, 1975.; Senate Milldtes The meetwas called to order at 6:15 pm. Thoae Senators not present were: Joan Cesari, Pat DeBona, Mary ~covilla Doug Rubenstein, Bob Swanson ( sub-Ralph is hop) and Bob fffompkins (Bob ~eFranki-sub). The agenda was approved by a majority hand vote. The minutes were changed to add Tony Lawrence on the absent&! list, and then approved by a hand vote. i ; 1 EXECUTIVE REPORTS I { i %%aced Bugme Saloga to give the first in the mini lecture h series. He ad&ressed the Senate on SA, and the community, and answered questions directly following on student housing problems, pollution, police, etc.. Sandy then thanked him, and added that if anyone has any suggestions for future speakers to please tell him, The commuter office wilLbe painted this weekend, and it will be publicized more this week, Sandy explained that, to his disapponintment some senators did not show up for their assigned time slots, and if no one shows up to open the office, it just won't be open. Jim Reill explained that he feels that new senators are handicappe --hh9 ue to ignorance of Robert's Rules, Senate history and procedure, etc,, therefore suggested a worksaop for new senatoxs to be nbriefedu, Sandy explained that the time, date, etc. will be announced, ~&ouned that the case that PIRG brought to th court was dropped, -Gregg called attention to Bill 58, and explained how item E. will be changed, He asked senators to consider the bill carefully before it cams on the agenda, A suggestion came from the floor that each item'the bill should be a separate bill in itself, and he agreed, SAStJ i -Bii6 Kirkpatrick (vice-President) addrebsed the Senate on the general operations of SAiXJ,their servioes programs, legislative programs, etc. He then asked for questions, comments, etc, J James Mossgraber (~irector of services) spoke on collective action of the S~Y systern students. Also announced that if anyone is intereated SASU doea offer iaternshfp, I( + ELECTION COMMIIvr'EB EleOtfoni72 ballots were cast in Oneida, Ed Vaughn and k Stevens won. mere was a motion a approve the results, and it passed, mere will be an elecCfsn in Scales soon,

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Senate Minutes Noveember 12. '74 ~tudent/~cademic Affairs, 'Phe faculty evaluations will be printing on Dec, 5, please contact Joenif' you're not coming to the committee meetings. Rules Committee Ron asked all the committee chair people to give him' list or all bad attendance records so that he can contact those offeaders, He will contact Mary Francovilla about her attendance, and if there's no good excuse he will move for dismissal, OLD BUSIIYESS ~ncruded in the bill was; This will apply to all SA clubs ~a.nizations. Bill 7 Betty moved to amend as followst the family rate is changed to w th a stipulation that each member will be issued a separate 6 ticket and a 2nd form of ID will be required from those adults, All seating will be on a 1st come 1st serve basis, The amendment carried with l'byes, and 8.110, Also, it was friendly amended to impese a Waf 50 of each to be sold, Then, the bill passed with 2&yes, l-no, and l-abs, 4leePlution 6 was defeated wi&h no discussion with &yes, 12.110, and mabs Resolution 7 was friendly amended to state that SA wiihl not be ,liable for any loss incurred, and then passed with 30-yes votes.l. Dave Grand called for Special Orders of the Day for Bill 49, and it carried with 23-yes votes, It was then taken from the table: Bill 49 Dave moved to amend to make the allocatflyt $375, but It was defeated. men, the bill passed with 25-yes and 1-no. NEW BUSmSS since dary was absent again, Sandy asked for someone else to serve as PPB rep, Jim Reilly uas the only volunteer, and so chosen, Executive Council Ron brought the body's attention to the thee recommendations from the couacfl, and emphasized the fact that the council waat9 to work for all studentg, not just athletes. ADJernzmMEaT 1. 2he Senate stood adjourned at 8:50 pm. -, ~~~~+~~~~~3bW~~+.lH(-w

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Baechle Barrows Barry .' Bird Brisson Byrne Conf ino Cumminga Dullahan Grand Greeney Hammond Jergel Lawrence Lihc oln Magoolaghan Madrid Mulvey Nicholson Reilly Reisman Robinson Schraer Seiden Wasilewski Bishop DeFrank Wallao e Vaughn St evens Snyder B3;51 Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y n Y Y n n Y Y n Y n Y Y Y B Y Y n abs Y Y Sanford Miller President of the Senate Senate Voting Record November 12 Bill 57 Y Y Y Y Y Y n abs ~Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 1974 Resolution e 6 n Y n Y abs n Y abs n Y abs n n Y n abs n Y abs abs n n abs abs PY Y nY n abs abrl n

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Lezislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 14th senate Meeting November 19, 1974 AGENDA Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy Miller Committee Reports Old Business A. Bill #58 New Business A. PPB Report B. Executive Council Adjournment

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Student Association State University of New york sf -x:.~.-...:. College at Oswego I I +i6 f d V' Senate 10th Legislative Session , s -". ., -,.k : ; -, ; !; q 5 \,,'; ,* I -. -; *I> :-,:I 14th Senate Meeting ..... .A a .< -. November 19, 1974 Senate Minutes 'Phe meeting was called to-order a little after 6 pm, The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote, llhe agenda was extended to include Bills 61,2,3, & 4,, and then approved, Sandy asked fbr a motion to consider Bills 61,2,3 d! 4, explaining that a vote of 2/3 was needed, 'Phe motion was made, Znded, and carried. EXXCUT1V.E REPORTS H%hES?l the issue of who will conduct the Budget Hearings for next year's program fund, expressing the opinion that a Senate should be allowed to make up the budget that they will have to administ--.. However, if the Senate wiahes to paes legialativn other wise it is thee ~erofzative. 'report by thanking the painters of the commter office. -Were will be a new senatoris workshop on Thursday, Dac 5, at 6 pm dealing with the followinat parliamentary procedure authoring bills and resolutions overall committee strucqure constitutional interpretaticn questions and criticisms 9 -Thursc)ay at 9:30 will be the first m'eeting of the constitutional < convention -The 'budget requests are due tomorrow. COMMITTEE REPORTS 5 9 Rules The resignation of Mary Francovilla was submitted and approved. StudentlAcademic Affairs is still working on the faculty evaluation, 2t should be printeed on Dec. 8th OLD BUSINESS Bill 58 was referred to comittee by a majority hand vote. Bill 61 passed with 32-yes Wes Bill 62 was postponed until Dec. 3 by a vote of 15-yes, 13-no, Bill 63 was changed to read "Executive-Legislative Task Forcet1 a triendly amendment, and then carried with 32-yes votes. Bill 64 passed by a majority vote. 4 and 2-abs: Gregg then thanked the Senate for their cooperation with the bills that he sponsored. He also announced that he will be going to visit John Zagame and plans to invite him to speak in the mini lecture ser66s. Betty called for Special Orders of the Day and it carried. (Bill 59) rr -a~&l :2!

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Senate Minutes 11/19/74 pg.2 Bill 59 passed after discussion with 27-yes, 4-no, and 1-abs. NEW BUSINESS PPB Jim Reilly reported on what's happening with PPB, and that they are having interviews tonight for the Fine kts Committee. Executive C ouncil of MIA Ron Osinski spoke of the future plans of the council administratively and legislatively. ADJOURNMENT The Senate stood adjourned at 7:30. Those Senators not present were : Tom Barry, Bernie Cummings, and Dave Robinson good night,

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting December 3, 1974 AGENDA Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates Ba Sandy Miller Committee Reports Old Business AmBill 62 New Business A. PPB Report Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 15th Senate Meeting Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at about 6:10 pm. Those senators not present were: John Bartow, Ed Confino, Bernie Cummings, Pat DeBona (sub-~iane ~xelrod), Sylvia Greeney, Tony Lawrence, Lark Nicholson, Dave Robinson, Doug Rubenstein, Amy Seiden (subon Dygert), Mark Snyder, Walt Wasilewski, and Mark Stevens. Sandy -introduced Mario Delarosa, the new senator from Scales -announced the new senator's workshop on Thursday night at 6 pm. (This was the most convenient time for the majority desiring to attend) -The commuter senator's office has been Gll received up until this point. -Sandy plans on continuing the Guest Lecture Series next semester, hopefully with a speaker every other week. GREGG -Carol Santoro asked Gregg to remind all clubs funded by the Program Fund that any monies allocated and not spent before the end of the semester would be taken out of their account. -Saturday night bus service will go into effect this week. Gregg passed out information sheets to the senators which explain the prgram and include a bus route. He asked that on campus senatoas take a bunch for their dorm. Gregg also stressed the fact that all students will ride for free upon presentation of their ID. -~i11T was vetoed, Greg explained because of too many technical %ificulties. He stated that he would be proposing a substitute Bill as soon as possibleer -Stu Helman, from WOCR is suing Gregg and SA for back commission for selling advertising. Gregg answered questions on the history of the case, and his preparation, etc., and said that he would keep the Senate posted. Bill 59 will be signed tonight, despite certain reservations Gregg mas about the Bill COMMITTEE BEPORTS Finance Marie asked that the committee have a very short meeting mfter Senate.

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Senate Minutes,PG. 2 December 2, 1974 of theOswegontan, *I , : Rules bon reminded the comitt'ea ~hai~~eo~ole again to pidase report to-h-im any bad attendance in committee meetings, OLD BUSINESS ill 62 Marie moved to extend the postponment until Dec. 10 and Itied. Bill 50 passed with a majority hand vote. =Tz A motion was made to sustain the President's veto and it carr e with 18-yes, 3-no, and 3-abs, with the understanding that Gregg will propoee another Bill as soon as possible, and that he'd start working on it right away, NEW BUSINESS -due of coming events was given. ADJOURNMENT The Senate stood adjourned by a majority hand vote at 7:10.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 16th Senate Meeting December 10, 1974 AGENDA Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy Miller Committee Reports ( Old Business A. Resolution #3 New Business A. PPB Report Ad j ournrnent

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 16&h Senate Meeting December 10, 1974 Senate Minutes The Senate was called to order at 6:05 pm. Those Senators not present Were: Pat DeBona, Sylvia Greeney, Tony Lawrence, Eileen hincoln, Bill Schraer Mark Snyder, Bob *. Swanson, Bob Tompkins (sub-~eith ~ookbinderj and Debbie Wallace. The minutes, after noting that Lark Nicholson was present, were approved with a unanimous hand vote. The agenda was approved after Sandy explained the typigraphical error, and that Resolution 3 on the agenda should be in fact Resolution 10. EXECUTIVE REPORTS SANDY MILLER -Reporting on the New Senator's Workshop, Sandy said that it was very good, and quite informative. -SA needs some volunteers to validate ID'S at registration next semester. After discussion Joan M., Joan C., Lark, Sue, and Cheryl all volunteered. If any more wish to volunteer, please see Sandy. COMMITTEE REPORTS hies none me Marie reported that therel$l be a meeting tomorrow at 3 ply., somewhere in the complex. If you can't be there please leave your next semester's class schedt1le so that the committee can plan the budget heakings for the program fund. ~tudent/~cademic Affairs Joan explained that she deemed the faculty evaluation extremelv worthwhile. but has come to some criticisms in her own mind, and on ?ublishing another one soon, with improvments. She went on tb say that if anyone had any truly constructive criticism she would amreciate talking with them. Election Dave reported that as sbbn as the semeszer begins, the committee will plan for the communter election. Jim moved for Special Orders of the Day for Bill 65, and it carried. Bill 65 after discussion, was defeated by a hand vote. (12-yes, 14-no) OLD BUSINESS Resolution TO carried by a hand vote. ill 62 was tabled before discuslid on. NEW BUSINESS PBB Jim reported that the Board has now started a member evaluation program, and reported the events of the week. Work on the superconcertis still in progress. Executive Council Ron reported that the council will work wirth the coaches on the budgets and have them in next semester. ADJOURNkZ,pNT The Senate stood ad2ourned at about 7 pm.

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Senate Mind es January 28, 1975 Page 2 -Gregg announced that there will be a SASU conference here this weekend. Treasurer's and coordinator's will be here, all are w&2come. 0 OLD BUSINESS 11 66 was not brought to the floor with the knowledge that the sponsor was not present, Bill 67 was friendly amended to allocate $1,000 for the purchasing mpping of a blocking sled, It then passed with 18-yes, 1-no and Labs, NEW BUSINESS Ron Osinski announced that the council has been working on the budget reauests for 75-76. and that there will be an increase of $10;000. He went on further to explain the reasons for the increase, and offered to meet with anyone about the budge*, ADJOURNMENT A motion was made to adjourn and it carried, The Senate stood adjourned at 7:30 p.m.. SENATE VOTING RECORD ( Jan, 28, 19'(3) Baechle Y Y Jergel Y Y Barrows Y Y Magoolaghan Y Y 'Bafiy Y Y Y Y Mulve y Bartow Y Reisman Y Y Bird Y Y Robinson Y Y Brisson Y Y mgert Y n Brutvan Y Y Snyder Y Y Cesari Y Swanson Y Confino Y Y Tompkins Y abs DelaRosa Y Y Vaughn Y Y Yafu&an Y Y Grand Y Y Haamnd Y Y BrscuMre Action 4 BfU, 69, amending the election ~chedule, waa signed into law, m, amending Bill 69, was signed into law. B-, allocating $1,500 to the Impromptu Committee of PPB '=md into law. ( For the Folk Festival)

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewin Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 21, 1975 AGENDA 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Minutes 4. Approval of Agenda 5. Executive Reports A. Sandy Miller 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business 8. New Business A. Gregory Gates State of the Student Association 9. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 17th Senate Meeting January 21, 1975 Minutes The following senators were not present: Bernie Cumrnings, Dave Grana, Tony Lawrence, Eileen Lincoln, Lark Nicholson, Jim Reilly, Dave Robinson, Doug Rubenstein, Bill Schraer, A F, and Debbie Wallace There was a motinn to approve the @.nutas and it carried. There was a motion to approve the agenda. Sandy noted that in the packets Bill 65 should be changed to Bill 66, and Bill 66 should be changed to Bill 67. Then, the motion carried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Sandy welcomed everyone back, and expressed his hopes for a goood semester. He explained that there are vacancies that must be filled and that the committees must regroup, etc. Sandy announcdd that all Senators must stay after the meeting a few minutes and meet with their aommittees to arrive at a regular meeting time -next week, Chief of Police Sharf will be here to m ntinu~ the mini lecture series. He asked the senators to spread the word and invite anyone interested to come and listen, or ask questions. -There is a Faculty Evaluation Commission in the making, that will be like a full time faculty evaluation committee. -Sandy asked all chairpersons to come in and see him soon. Gregg -announced that Saturday night bus service continues on, to clear up any misunderstandings. Weekly revenue from the bars is still coming in. -He explained his veto of Bill 60, and the meaning of a pocket veto, suggesting that the Senate have it on the agenda again, and this time take a roll call vote. eta... We lost the case for back~commission to Stu Helman from Wocr, and paid him $208.00. STATE OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION ADDRESS Gregg spoke briefly of the year in retrospect, mentioning our increased attention to academic polices, bus service, incorporation, SASU, our involvement with the gubernatorial election, vending machines, Security Task Force. In looking ahead he sited the executive elections, The Activity fee, legal aids pamphlet, season tickets, etc.. He thanked all involved for their effor&s+ urgin that they continue. And the Senate adjourned on a good note at 6;$5 p.n.A .

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Special Session January 23, 1975 AGENDA Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Executive Reports A. Sandy Miller B. Gregg Gates OLd Business New Business A. Bill 695 Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (3 1 5) 34 1 -360 1 Office Of TLe seidont Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Special Session January 23, 1975 Minutes The meeting was called to order at 4:30 p.m.. Those Senators not present were: Sue Baechle, Ron Barrows, Tom Barry, Pat DeBona, Steve Dullahan ( subSue ~iller), Dave Grand, Sylvia Greeney, Herb Hammond, Marcie Jergel, Eileen Lincoln, Jim Reilly (subNan ?Myreen), Dave Robinson, Bill Scheaer, Amy Seiden, Mark Stevens, Bob Swanson, Debbie Wallace, and Ed Vaughn. :$The minutes were approved by a hand votg.. and it was noted that Mark Snyder was present at the meeting on the 21st. A motion was made to approve the agenda and Sandy asked to amend to include Bill 70. With no objection, the agenda passed as amended. EXECUTIVE REPORTS tm;: explmhe problem in the time schedule fn the old election and why we had to )have a special session to change it. He also announced the election schedule; Petitions due on Friday Janrary 31, by 3:00+,p.m., Slate announced Saturday, Feb 1, Campaigning starts on Sunday,'Feb. 2, at noon, Expenditures registered on the 26th, and the elections is on the 27 and 28 of February, OLD BUSINESS none NEW BUSINESS (Motions were made and passed by 2/3 for both to be on floor) Bill 69 was passed unanimously with 17 yes votes, passed after discussion with 15-yes, and 2-no. ADJOURNMENT A motion was made and seconded to adjourn at 5:Q0, and it aarried as everyone rose. Shortly Yonns, JR,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 1Qth Legislative Session Special Session VOTING RECORD 1 /23/75 John Bartow Cheryl Bird Pattie Brisson Marie Brutvan Joan Cesari Ed Confino Bernie Cummings Mario DelaRosa Sue Miller Joan Magoolaghan Sigfrido Madrid ill Mulvey Nan Nyreen Betty Re$sman Doug Rubenstein Mark Snyder Bob Tompkins January 23, 1975 BXECUTIVE ACTION: Bill 60 81,500 for Fold Festival to the Impromptu Committee was -vetoed. Bill 61 $500 for Saturday night bus service was signed in%o law. -3 $1,500 for an Executive-Legislative Task Force on Academic Affairs was signed into law. Bill 64 $889.25 for Solid State Stabilization, signed into law. ?

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting AGENDA Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Executive Reports A. Sandy Miller B. Police Chief Frederick Sharf C. Gregg Gates 1. Bill #71 Committee Reports Old Business A. Bill#66 B. Billif67 New Business A. Ron Osinski M.I.A.A. Council Adjournment January 28, 1975

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 18th Senate Meeting January 28, 1975 Minutes The meeting was called &o order at 6:10 p.m.. A motion was made to approve the minutes, and it aarcied. A motion was made to approve the agenda, and it carried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Sandy announced that Chief Frederick Sharf of the Oswego Police was present for the mini lecture series. -The budget hearings will be Monday and Tuesday. After polling the Senate, it was decide& that the hearings on Monday would be from 9:00 until a time to be decided later, in the formal lounge. -Sandy explained further the memos thQt he sent to all senators regarding monegleft in so many accounts,in the program fund from last semester, and urged them to keep it in mind while budgetting for this semester. -There will be a chafrpersons meeting Thursday at 4 pm.. Important. Chief Frederick Sharf The Chiefdiscussed the history of the Police Department. in Oswego, dating back to 1870. He also gave statistics-indicating how the crime rate has changed in Oswego, and the types of crimes most common here. He cautioned the students about drinking while driving,and drug abuse. As questions arose he pointed out that students have no reason to be fearful of the City Police because they are treated just as any resident would be. He also denied ever blaming the students for the rising crime rate, except for the fact that we of course, as a percentage of the population here, are responsible for a percentage of the crime. F started by explaining the reasons behind Bill 71, and explained i s content. A motion was made to consider it immediately, and it carried by 233 of the members present; Bill 71 With little discussion, The Bill carried with 23-yes votes. Gregg want on to explain the necessity of Bill 72 passing, and there was a short discussion period on dthe SUNY budget, tuition, etc.

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STUDENT ASSO.CIATlON SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNlVERSlT Y COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College-at Bswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Program Fund Budget Hearings Spring 75 February 3, 1975 AGENDA Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Minutes Approval of Agenda Executive Reports A. Sandy Miller Committee Reports Old Business New Business A. Bill #73 A B. Bill # 74 C. ~ill'.#jj D. Bill.#76 E. Bill #77 F. Bill #78 G. Bill #79 H. Bill #80 I. Bill #81 J. Bill #82 EX .Bill #83 L. Bill #84 M. Bill #85 N. Bill #86 0. Bill #87 P. Bill #88 9. Adjournment

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University of New York at Oswego Senate 10th Le$islative Session special session-program fund budget February 3, 1975 MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 9:30 p.m.. The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote. The agenda was approved by a majority -:hand Vote. Those Senators not present were: Tom Barry, Rom Barrows (sub-~l~oman), John Bartow, Bernie Cummings, Pat DeBona, Sylvia Greeney, Marcie J~rgel, Dave Robinson, Doug Rubenstein, Bill Schraer, Mark Snyder, Mark Stevens. read the resignat &e Senate bv a bnd spec on o vote ial f De sess bbie ion was Wallace calle and d. it was accepted -"Be also anno&ced that the Oswegonian will be interviewing a Senator every week, and that anyone interested should see either himself or S Mayer. -There will be no ~tudent/~cademic Affairs Committee meeting tomorrow. NEW BUSINESS assed unanimously with 18-yes votes. passed unanimously with 18-yes votes. Bm passed unanimously with 18-yes votes. B'= Betty moved to amend to add $240 und the transportation, meals and lodging request but not the entrance fees. The amendment (Al) c 16-$es and 3-no. Then, the amended bill passed with 17-yes and 2-mo trips for th rarried (total to Pay .e trip with .= $890 for s 9 Bill 77 passed with 19-yes votes. Bob Swanson moved to amend (Al) and it carried, to add wr flight time. (16-yes and 3-abs.) Then, the Bill passed with 17-yes and 1-no. Bill 99 passed with 17-yes votes.

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Bill 80 passed with 17-yes and 2-no. passed. with 20 yes votes. Bmpassed with 20-yes votes,. Bm5'. passed with 19-yes and 1-no Bill 84 Sigfrido moved to amend to include an additional $200 for buffet and it carried with 18-yes, 1-no, and 1-abs. Then, the amended bill (total $715.00) passed with 18-yes, 1-no and Labs. Bill 85 passed with 20-yes votes gifl-, was :~>oAt@oned until tomorrow a vote o 19es and 1-no passed wi$+$tG~~a~n,dS~;$..*. 8-no. a&er amended to &30 by a ADJOURWNT ?he meeting was adjourned at 11:30 p.m. EXECUTIVE ACTION: Bill 67 $1,000 for a blocking sled was vetoed/

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SENATE VOTING RECORD Baxchle Rown Bird Brisson Brut van Cesari Conf ino DelaRosa Bullahan Grand Ham mond ~aqoola&m Madrid Mulvey I Reilldy Reisman Seiden Swanson Tompltine Vaughn Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y YY n n Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y n YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y n Y Yn abs abs y y n YY Y Y Y Y n YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y n YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y n YY Y Y Y Y n.. YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y n YY Y Y Y Y n YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Associatinn State University of New York, at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 4, 1975 AGENDA 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Minutes 4. Approval of Agenda 5. Executive Reports A. Sandy Miller B. ~re~g Gates 1. approval of Steve Moore as a commuter senator 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business Bil h? ~ilt g76 8. New Business a. Bill 89 b. Bill 90 c. Bill 91 d. Bill 100 e. Bill 93 f. Bill 94 g. Bill 95 h. Bill 96 il Bill 97 j. Bill 98 k. Bill 99 1. Bill 101 m. Bill 102 m. Bill 103 o. Bill 104 p. Bill 105 q. Bill 92

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 t 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University Collegetat Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 19th Senate Meeting February 4, 1975 Minutes The following Senators were not present: Tom Barry, Bernie Cummings, Sylvia Greeney, Herb Hammond, Bill Schraer, Mark Snyder, Mark Stevens, After a motion to approve the agenda, it was amended to put 102, 103 and 104 after Bill 90. Then, the amended agenda carried with a magority hand vote. The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS explained the memo in the packet concerning the appointment Moore as communter senator, and his power to appoint with 2/3 approval of the Senate. A motion was made to approve the appointment and it carried with 24-yes and 1-abs. Gre g than explained his reasons for vetoing Bill 67 ( football sled 7, and that he was concerned that they getmst one for the money. After some questions, Pat moved to override his veto. It was 2nded and passed with 23-yes and 2-no. Marie reported that there was $4,859.75 left in the contingency fund, -hat we began the budget hearings with $14,292.38 in the Program Fund, and had spen& $5,858.75 the previous evening. Saad announced that he would like all members of the election committee r= o remain after the meeting a few minutes. He also asked people to sign up for the commuter office. COI'JIPIITTEE REPORTS Student/~cademic Affairs Amy reported that Ron Dygert resigned from the Acdemic Policies Council of Faculty Assembly. Anyone Xhat would like to fill that position, please talk to her. Ed Falco reminded the Senate to consider all bills carefully. He also asked that they be thinking of what should be done with the summer session program, and how much the fee should be. Also, for next year they should be thinking about a new student teacher refund system for next year, one that is more equitable.

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minutes, page 2 February 4, 1975 OLD BUSiNESS Bill 66 passed with 19-yes, 4-no, and 1-abs. Bill 86 no motion was entertained, because no representative was present. Bill 89 passed with 23-yes Bill 101 was friendly amended to allocate $464 and then passed with 20-ves and 2-no ~ili 102 was ~assed with 19-ves, 2-no, and 3-abs. Bill 103 pas;ed with 23-yesa Bill 91 was postponed until next meeting with 22-yes votes. -0 was passed with 21 yes. Bill 93 was postponed until next week with 17-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs. Bill 94 was postponed by a hand vote. Bill 95 was tabled with 22-yes votes. Bill 96 was friendlv amended to read that all adult non SA members must -=more than SA~ members. It then passed with 21-yes. Bill 97 was postponed until next week by 14-yes and 7-no. Bill 98 was friendly amended to read that All adult non SA members must pay $1 more than SA members. It passed with 21-yes. Bill 99 Jim Reilly felt that the club was 'political' and that we should not fund them. Sandy ruled the Bill i+rder. Jim challanged the ruling of .the chair. After both presenting their sides of the issue, the Senate voted to uphold Sandy's ruling with 9-yes and 10-no. Then, the Bill was amended to allocate only $177.00 ( all, and it carried with 12-yes, 2-no, and 5-abs. Then, the amended bill was passed with 13-yes, 4-no and 3-abs Bill 104passed with 19-yes and 1-no. Bill 105 was amended by a vote of 18-yes, 1-no, and 1-abs to delete the phrase A sum of money not to exceed". Then, the bill was postponed with 16-yes, 1-no, and 1-abs: Bill 92no motion because no representative could make it. Bill 94 representatives from the Women's Canter came in and there was a motion to reconsider It carried with a 2/3 majority. Then, the bill was friaadly amended to add $140 for Gloria Greenfield, and passed wtih 20-yes. Bill 90 passed with 18-yes and 2-abs. NEW BUISNESS PPB Jim announced that he could no longer meet the responsibilities of rep, and when it was put before the Senate, Mario DelaRosa volunteered. ADJOURNED The Senate stood adjourned at about 8:45 p.m.. EXECUTIVE ACTION: Gregg signed Bill 91 and Bill 88, the Computer Science Club, respectively. and Leisure Reading

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VOTING RECORD February 4, 1975 Baechle Barrows Bartow Bird ~risson Brutvan Cesari Conf ino DeBona Dullahan Grand Jergel Magoolaghan Mddrid Mulvey Reilley Reisman Robinson Rubenstein Seiden Swanson Tompkins Vaughn DelaRosa Moore Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y. Y Y Y n Y Y abs y Y n Y P Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ibs y n Y abs y n Y abs Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y abs y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Y n Y n n Y Y n Y Y n Y n n Y Y n Y n Y Y n n Y n n Y Y n Y abs y n n Y n n Y n n Y n Y

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Baechle Barrows Bartow Bird Brisson Brutvan Cesari Conf ino DeBona Dullahan Grand Jergel Magoolaghan Madrid Mulvey Reilley Reisman Robinson Rubenstein 8eiden Swanson Tompkins Vaughn DelaRosa Moore Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y abs y Y Y abs y Y Y n Y Y abs y Y Y VOTING RECORD February 4, 19 75 (continued) Y Y abs Y Y ab s Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego SEnate 10th Legislation Session 20th Senate Meeting February 11, 1975 AGENDA 1. Roll Call 2. Call to Order 3. Approval of the Minutes 4. Approval of the Agenda 5. Executive Reports a. Sandy Miller b. Gregg Gates 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business a.Bill 62 b.Bill 105 c.Bill 97 d.Bill 86 e.Bill 91 f.Bill 92 g.Bill 93. h.Bill 95 8. New Business a. Bill 72 b. Bill 106 c. Bill 107 (previously Res. 11) d. Bill 111 9. Adj ournmnk

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session February 11, 1975 Mgnut es The meeting was called to order at 6:15 pm. The minutes were approved by a hand vote. The agenda was amended to include Bfll Il0,at-th&c'Bndfbf,-NGPir:Bu~Spesa ., and then approved with a hand vote. Those Senators not present were: Sue Baechle ( sub-Maureen White), Ron Barrows (sub-Phil ~orsey), ..,.r, Bernie Cummings, Pat DeBnna, Steve nullahan, Dave Grand, 3iih -~eiil~, -me Robinson, Doug Rubenstein (subNancy ~armaros), Bill Schraer, and Mark Stevens. EXECUTIVE REPORTS asked peopre to please sign up for the commuter office, explaining people have been asking when it would be open. EfS He then read an invitation to the Romenf s Center annual open house, all are welcome, February 16. Herread the resignation of Tony Lawrence, and after discussion it was approved by a majority hand vote. -Elections will be the 27 and 28 of the month, if anyone wante to be an area supervisor, see him. The job pays $15, and anyone desiring :to be one has to attend a workshop on the subject. announced tpa thank-you from the Day Care Center for the $1,000.00 arreer Guidance is still in the making. P= Bill 62, the pamphlet will only cost $1,500, work has begun already, and is now being checked by our attourney. COMMITTEE REPORTS ktudent/~cademic Affairs Academic Policies Council still neeha representative. They meet Thursday from 9 11 am. I3dFalco announced that anyone whowants to be on budget council should they will meet drom February 17 ti1 March 5, 1975. Gregff Gates added that the report in the Oswegonian of the SA internal expensee were greatly in error, there will be a retraction. OED BUSINESS ill 62 an amendment was made to *educe tha amount to $1,500 (.~l) anditcarried with 24-yes votes. Then the amended Bill carried with ill 105 passed with 20-yes and 3-110 3A1 was to give $250 more to go to King's College and '~enn. State, rusd it passed with 14-yes and 9-no, Then, the amended Bill passed ~5th 16-yes and 740. ~ili 86 was frimdly amended to read $100 for transportation, and $100 fortournaments and clinics. (total $200) It passed with 22'-yes Bill 91 A1 was to add $151, and it carried with 19-yes and l-abs, Then, thended Bill passed with 19-yes and l-abs.

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Senate Minutes page two February 11, 1975 Bill 92 passed with 18-yes votes, mm3 was friendly amended to state that the Club could hold either oftwoevents with the monev. The one listed on the bill. or the WEthics of Modern Mann 1i then passed with 18-yes votes. Bill 72 passed with 18-yes votes, A1 deleted the sports equipment, bringih83the total down to f7'72,ft passed, and then the bill was defeated with 18-no. Bill 107 passed-with 18-yes *otes. %= There was a motion to consider it immediately, and it passed by 2/3 majorkty. Then, the Bill passed with 18-yes. Bill 110 There was a motion to consider it immediately, and it padsed majority. Then, The Bill passed with 17-yes and 1-abs. The meeting was adjourned at about 8 : 00 w.m.. SHOP CO-OP +

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SENATE VOTING RECORD 2/11/75 White Y Y Y Y Dorsey Y Y Y Y Barry Y Y Bartow Y Y n n Bird Y Y Y n Brisson Y Y Y Y Brutvan Y Y n n Cesari Y Y Y n Conf ino Y Y Y Y Greeney Y Y Y Y Hammond Y Y Y Y Jergel Y Y n n Magoolgghan Y Y Y Madrid Y Y Y Y Y Mulvey .'. Y Y Y Y Re i sman Y Y Y Y 1 -~armaro 8 Y Y Y Y Se'iden Y Y Y n Snyder Y Y 9 n Swanson Y Y Y Y Tompkins Y Y Y n Vaughn Y Y Y DelaRosa Y Y Y Y Y Moore Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y abs abs y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association1 State University College at Oswego Sera te 10th Legislative Session 21st Senate Meeting February 18, 1975 AGENDA 1. Roll Call 2. Ball to Order 3. Approval of the Minutes 4. Approval of the Agenda 5. Executive Reports a. Gregg b ,, Sandy c. Ed d. KennyPPB 6 Committee Reports ,. . 7. Old Business a. Bill 95 8, Hew Business Bill Bill Bill 9. Adjournment

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Student Association Staae University Ccllege 10th Legislative Session Senate 2 1 st Senate Meeting at Gswego February 18, 1975 Minutes The meting was called to order at 6:15 p.m. Those senators not present were: Tom Barry (sub-Ken Bartnett) Ed'Co3fih0, Bernie Cummings, Pat DeBona, Herb Hammond, Jim Reilly (sub-Gail Sessler), Dave Robinson, Bill Schraer, and Mark Stevens (sub-~ennis Nahaney) The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote. The agenda was approved with a majori3y hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS e%announced that Gregg would not be here because he was speaking e Lion's Club at Vonals tonight. &em ( ppb ) explained the reasons why we couldnit have a super concert de field house as planned last year, and discussed alternatives for concerts, using the $18,500.00. The Board desired the Senate to decide which alternative was best; 1) go halves with'S.U. fda a concert with Eric Clapton in the war memorial, providing bus round trip for $1.50 extra of ticket price. 2) to return $3,500 to SA and use the rest for a major concert in the gym and then another concert outside as part of the folk festival. After many questions and alot of discussion the Senate voted on the issue. Being quite s@$it, the discussion continued. Finally another vote was taken and this time it was 2 in favor of I), and 21 in favor of 2). -Sandy then announced that there will be a supervisor's meeting this Monday at 4:00 pm, all supervisor's must attend. -He then introduced Terry Pollack who will be filling Tony Lawrencers seat until the end of the semster. -He called the Senators1 attention to Resolution 11, and read the letter of request to hold the meal sacrifice. Ed Falco reminded the senate again about the problem with,&udent =-refunds, summer session fees, and ID cards. The Senate must act soon if anything will be changed for next-year. Bill 116 Marie mooed to consider it immediately, and it carried with 20-yes, 1-no, and Labs. Then, after discussion, the bill carried with 16-yes and 940. COMMITTEE REPORTS Student/~cadenic Affairs. The advisement sarvey will bg out next week. We desperately need someone to attend the AcademSc Policies Council to represent the students. The meeting are Thus. -., at 9 am to 11 am. Please contact Sandy or Amp or Joan.

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Senate Minutes2/18/75 Page two NEW BUSINESS 108 was defeated after alot of discussion with &yes and 3-91 passed with 23-yes votes. was referred to committee by a majority hand vote, 3a motion was made for Special Orders and passed, and the nil1 was immediately brought to the fboor, Then, it carr with 22-yes and 1-abs. ADJOURNMENT The Senate stood adjourned at about 7:45, &#!@#$%#&****************************************H***(!~#&)( Senate Voting Record Baechle Barrows Bartnett Bird Brisson Brutvan Cesari DelaRosa Dullahan Grand Greeney Jergel Moore Magoolaghan Madrid Nulve y Sessler Reisman Rubenstein Seiden Snyder Mahoney TiSXson -Tompkins Vaughn Pollack Y Y abs

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union -Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University of New York College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 24, 1978 AGENDA Call To Order Rbitl Qall Approval of the Minutes Approval of tW Agenda Executive Reports a. Sandy Bill 95 (tabled) b. Gregg c. Ed Committee Reports Old Business a. Bill 99 (vetoed) b. Bill 112 New Business a. Resolution 11 b. Bill 113 c. Bill 114

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 30th Legislative Session 22nd Senate Meeting February 25,1975 The meeting was called to order at 6:05 p.m. -. -. Those senators not present were: Tom Barry, Bernie Cmings, Dave Grand, Sylvia Greeney, Herb Hammond, Jim Reilly, Betty Keisman, Dave Robinson, Bill Schraer, Mark Stevens, and Ed Vaughn The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote. The agenda was approved by a majority hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS announced that SA elections will be all day from 9 AM to 7 on February 27-28, and that all election supervisors should yick F up a schedule of poll watchers after the meeting, or in the office. He also announced P few openings for poll watching, and asked if anyone could fill %hem, Bill 95 (the representative from the club has a night class and cannot mtil old business on the agenda) After discussion of the bill Ed moved to amend to $295 ( 345 for operating expenses, and $250 for a speaker)~l carried with 21-yes votes. Then, the amended bill passed with 18-yes, 1-no, and 1-abs. Grewmmentioned sill 118 and why we should take care of it tonight. *hen asked that all senators consult constituencies especially for Bills 119 and 120, -Explaining the situation with SAVAC requestingmoney for a new van, he announced that Thursday at 4:00 pm all members of the Senate are invited to come over to Walker and see the old van and speak to SAVAC representatives. -He and Sandy are going to NYC on Wednesday to represent the school in oppostion to any room rent increase ALSO BROOM HOCKEY, Students Vs. Administration will take place at 4:00 pm at Romney Fikld House, anyone interested be there and see Marvin Stewart, team captain for the students. COMMITTEE REPORTS OLD BUSINESS a ill 99 After discussion let became clear that the reason for the veto wasthe tri? to Philadelphia and that by a clerk's error. the Bill was not correct, according to the amendment. So, the veto-of the President was sustained by a vote of 2-yes, 15-no, and 3-abs. Bill 121 was created on the floor to provide for proper funding of %he YAP. A motion to consider '. immediately was made and passed. The Bill reads "General Operations $45, Films, $24, and speaker $108 ., It carried with 15-yes, 4-110, and 1-abs. Bill 117 The motion to consider immediately was defeated with 6-yes and 10-no ADJOURNMENT The Senate stood adjourned at 7:30 p.m..

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BaecNe Barrows Bartow Bird Brissan Brutvan Cesari Conf in DeBona DleaRosa Brade y Jergel Moore Magoo laghan Madrid Mulvey Rubenstein Seiden Snyqer Swans on Tompkins 'Vaughn Pollack SENATE VOTING RECORD 9: Y n Y Y Y n Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y n Y Y Y abs g Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y n 9 Y n Y Y Y abs Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y absy Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y 9 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y n Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs n abs y Y Y 9 +Y n n Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y 9 n n Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Y Y Y Y n n abs y Y

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 23rd Senate Meeting March 4, 1975 AGENDA 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of the Minutes 4. Approval of the Agenda 5. Executive Repnrts a. Gregg 6 b. Sandy 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business a. Bill 113 b. Bill 114 8. New Business a. Bill 117 b. Bill 119 c. Bill 120 9. Adjournment

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session The meeting The minutes was called to were approved March 4, 1975 Minutes order at 6:15 p.m. by a majority hand vote. The agenda was-approved by a majority hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS spoke on the situation with the SUNY budget at this time. so ex~lained that we can't vote on the SAVAC van tonight they aren 'i; prepared with the proper figures yet. The offer for any senators or interested students to go over and see the van, and talk to organization members is still open. -Gregg then congratulated Phil Dorsey and John Bartow, the new President and Vice-president elect, He also congratulated and welcomed all new senators. Sand also extended his congratulations to the new officers and sena ors. He then asked for a motion to aocept the election -3 'results, and it was so moved and passed with 20-yes and 1-abs vote.' -The checks for all poll watchers will be in this week e~ept'fpr those who worked in the union, the supervisor didn't hand in her list in time. -There will be no Senate meeting for two weeks, the next meeting will be on the 25th of March. COMMITTEE1 REPORTS PPB Mario repor'f;z that 25 members were chosen for Bhe staff next yezr. OLD BUSIKESS ill IlSteve friendly mended the Bill to read a total of $270, broken :own as follows: speakers$100, films-$55, duplication-$25, postage-$15, membership carda$45, publicity $35, grad programs and senior certificates$lO,.Misc. $15. Then, the Bill passed with 17-yes, 2.110, and 1-abs. Bill 114 Narie moved to postponeland offered to investigate the matter. The nation carried.by a hand vote. m BUSINESS aft'er discussion was defeated wit8 17-no and passed with 19-yes and l-abs. A motion wag made to consider it immediatdy I deaZeated with 9-yes and 10-no. Bill 123 A motion was made to condider it imediately hef&afed'wtth 1-yes, 17-no, and l-abs. and it was and it was ?!!he Senate stood adjourned at approximately 7:30 p.m. ********+*mSHtY*************************~**H*******~****** Good night, A P7gm

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SENATE VOTING RECORD Baechle Barry Bartow Kate11 Brisson Brutvan Cesari Conf ino DeBona DelaRosa Hammond Jergel Moore Madrid Mulve y Reisman Seiden Snyder Swanson Pollack Magoolaghan Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n abs abs abs n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State Univesity College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 24th Senate Meeting Call to Order Roll Call Approval of the Minutes Approval of the Agenda Executive Reports a. Sandy Miller b. Gregg Gates c. Ed Falco Committee Reports Old Business a. Bill #114 New Business a. Bill #122 b. Bill #123 Adjournment March 25, 1975 31, 1475' AGENDA

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Student Association State University Colleze at Cswe~o Senzite Senate Fleetint 0th T,ecisla tive Session The fcllowinSenators were not present: Bon ?arrows (svbf\il ~orse~), Sue Saechle, Tom Barry, Fat B*iison (subA1 ~izmond), ?at Denona, Steve Tull;lhan, SylviiA Iireeney, Herb Hamn?on3, lJarcie Jerrrel Steve Iloore, 9ill Iklvey (sub-Jeff CCsrme~), Dave riobinson Douz Rubenstein, Si.7 1 Schraer, Any Seiden (subon Dyzert lhrk Snyder, Mzrk Stevens (subHenry 3artlett), Bob Toqkins, Ed Vauphn, Terry Follack. 3efoi-e a uorm vms present, Greqy hznded o~rt copies of Bill 120 ? SdVAC Lmbul-ancc) and discussed the situation. Then, the meetin<; was called to order. The ninutes were approved by a majcrity hanfi vote. The a~enda was %?proved by a majority hand vote, z3er sddinc Bills 124, 127, ?. 126, and omitting Sill 114. nA,~.ECUTIVB REPORTS announced that the first Senate Neeting of the 11th Legislative will be at 8:00 p.m., tomorrow, and t3en a receptj-on at 9:00 p.m., in the forn~lAlounge. Gre~reported on the activities of SASU, on the situztjon of the mbud.et, snd the CSEA strike, etc. OLD 3USIKESS Sill 120 there was 2 motion to remove fro9 the table, and it; ca,rried. Then, the bill ~assed after discussion with 12-yes votes. NEW BUSIPBSS Bill 122 sponsors2?,ip was withdrawn due to no representation from th.e club. Bill 123 no motion to the floor was made because no one from the club was present. Bill 124 no motion to the floor was made becsuse no one fro? fh e club was present. There wzs then a motion to consider Bills 125, 126 & 127 immediately, and it carried unanimouslv. 3ill 125 wss defeated with 2-yes, 13,no, and 2-abs. bill 126 passed with 10-yes, 5-no, and 2-abs. '127' The bill was friendly amended so that the money would be alloczted to the Presidential 2iecutive Fund, and charmeled

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XinutesNarch 31, 1975 Page 2 through him, to pay for the event. It pmsed with 14-yes, 2-no, and I-abs. was adj.ourned for the entire session at approximately Dorsey Bartow Bird Diamond Cesari Confino Zummings DeLaRo sa Grand Nadrid Carmen Reilly ,9e i smal? Dygert Bartlett Swanso I Nagoolaghan Brutvan SENAT3 VOTING NCORD March 31 abs n n n n n Y n n n Y n n n n abs n Y 9 Y n Y Y Y Y Y n abs n abs n Y Y 3' 1975 9 :J Y Y Y Y n Y Y n Y Y Y abs Y Y Y rl rl r-! rl r-! rl rl r-! -d -4 -d -d m a m F?

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President of The Senate Student Associdion State University College at Oswego Benate 10th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administ;alive Assistant May 7, 1974 Bill 1 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 93 of the 9th Legislative Session be amended to read: A $3.50 fee be assessed to students 1st Summer Session, and a $5.00 fee be assessed 2nd Session, to be administered by a Summer Program Board consisting of; The director of Housing, or his/her designee The Director of the Union or his/her designee Two students chosen by the Student Association President 4. The President of the Student Association or his/her designee. Sponsored by Gregg Gates Senate Actionn 18-yes The President bate signed: kegP &tes, Pres dent of Student Association 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 College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 7, 1974 Bill 2 WHEREAS; In the past, Senators have often been asked to vote on matters which they are uninformed on, and WHEREAS; Any member of a Senator's constituency should have the right to express his/her opinion on legislation, before Senate action, Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: All Senate Legislation will be included on the agenda one week after it has been presented to the Senate in the packet, and not before then, unless 2/3 of the members present at any meeting vote to place it on the agenda on the day of its presentation. Be it further enacted that a list and short explanation of all legislation shall be included in the Senate Report in the Oswegonian, on the week that it is presented to the Senate. Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senate Action: -21-yes I aate signed: The President Student Association 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 10th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting Bill 3 Be it enacted by the Student Aasociation &ate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciencesaat Oswego that : WHEREAS: The Senate, in accordance with the S.A. constitution, has the right to expeld a member with the concurrence of 2/3 of its mber ; Be it enacted by the Slmdent Association Senate of the State miversity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Grounds for removal from office of any Senator shall be as follows : a. Being absent from three consecutive Senate meetings or five total meetings in any legislative session without a proxy, b, Being absent from three consecutive committee meetings, or fifve total maetings in any legislative session without good excuse (to be decided by the senate). Sponsored by Sandy Miller Senate Action: 21-~es 1-no t~/g/7fd a e signe : date presented to The President Student Association HEWll7 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 Ttie Senate Administrative Assistant Student Association S&ate College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative session 1st Se~ate Meeting May 7, 1974 Bill 4 Be it enacted .-hy the Student Association Senate of the State University Of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The 1974~75 Budget be amended as follows: 1) To delete the budget line item entitled N.Y.P.I.R.G. in the amount of $15,000.00. 2) To create a new budget line item entitled contingency fund in the amount of $15,000.00 under sub-heading co-curricular activities to be dispensed by the Senate by law. This Bill shall take effect immediately. Sponsored by Marie Brutvan Senate Action '/-yes 9-no Labs DEFEATED DEFEATED DEFEATED IiEWITl UNION PHONE (315) 341.3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Mario M. Malave President ot The Senate T. Paul Murphy Administrative Assistant Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting Bill 5 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of tk State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 31 of the 9th Legislative Session is hereby repealed. Sponsored by Daniel J. Harmony, Chief Justice and Sanford Miller, Vice President Senate Action: 17 &/f/7f date presented to The President date signed: 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 Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting T. Paul Murphy Administiative Assistant 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 : All appointees of the President of Student Association shall be subject to review by a screening committee of the Senate before confirmation of appointment by the Senate, Said review shall be accomplished within five kschool days from date of presentation of said appointee to the Senate, In the event that the screening committee shall not review the appointments within five school days, the appointment shall automatically return to the floor of the Senate. This committee shall be composed of four senators, and a chairperson. The chairperson will not vote except in the case of a tie, Appointees must appear at the Senate meeting dealing with confirmation, to answer any questions the general Senate may have. Sponsored by Wendy Karp Senate Actionn 117-yes date signed: 4/8/79 hate presented to The President I Grego* GBtes, President of HEWlll UNION PHONE (315) 341-36Stndent ion

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 13126 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Ofhce Of g&e yresidont Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Le$%slative Session 3rd Senate Meeting September 10, 1974 Bill 7 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Osweg that: A convention be called for the purpose of re-writing the Constitution of the Student Association. Thia Conetitutional Convention shall have thirty-six delegate seate3with enumeration for delegates being one delegaPe for every two hundred students. Nineteen will be the established quorum for this convention, and once that number is attained, the delegation may do business. Election of delegates will be conducted by peitiions, one hundred signatures to a petition. These petitions will be accepted and validated with a punch clock by one of the following persons: The Vice-Preeident of Student Association (sandy Miller) The Executive Secretary (~eggy ~chell) The Senate Administrative Assistant (~obin Braunstein) The Senate Secretary usa an Miller) These petitions will be accepted on a "first comefirst servew basis to the point where thirty-six seats are filled. After nineteen seats are filled, however, there will be a one-week period to fill the remaining seats. If after October 15, titenty-five delegate seats are not filled, the VicePresident of Student Association shall appoint delegates to fill that number and the Convention may begin work. The chairman of the Constitutional Convention shall be appointed by the President of the Student Association with confirmation by the Senate. He shall possess the usual powers: of a chairman in compliance with Robert's Rules of Order.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 13126 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Ofice Of TLe ?resident Bill 7, 10th Leg. Sess, (page 2) Also, there shall be three voting delegates in advisory capacity, one from the Supreme Court and two from the Senate Judiciaty Constitutional Revision Committee. All meetings of the Constitutional Convention shall be conducted by Robert's Rules of Order except for times when the delegation sees fit otherwise. Sponsored by the President of the Student Association Senate Action 20-yes P//P7# date signed: date presented to The President Am 4'. Greg6ryfA. Gates, President of'-'atudent Association

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TUDENT A SSOCIATION Department of Finance State University College at Oswego Edward W. 3alco director of finance Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting September 10, 1974 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: Any group whose money was curtailed by the Senate Budget Hearings shall not be allowed to resubmit the request or a similiar request for an event already cut in the budget hearings with the intention of getting money from the program fund. This will not halt groups from asking for money from the Program Fund for new events. Sponsored by Director of Finance Seaate Action: 13-yes 1-no 3-abs I date presented to the President Room 207 Hewitt Union Oswego, New York 13126 Phone (315) 341-3603 Assoeiation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 17, '74 Bill 9 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University College of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 3 of the 10th Legislative Session be amended to read: Wheras: the Senate, in acoordance with the SA constitution, has the right to expel a member with the concurrence of 2/3 of its members: Grounds for remd from office of any smator shall be as follows: a. Being absent from three consecutive Senate metings without a proxy or a total of five smte meetings without a proxy. b. Being abaent from three consecutive committee meetings of the same committee without good excuse or five committee meetings with& good excuse. c. Being absent from seven Senate meetings with or: with*out a proxy. These terms shall be considered binding on all Sae ators, student or faculty." Sponsored by Kurt Spears Senate Action: 23-yes 1-abs date signed: The ~Eesident ~resMimt of Student Association RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate loth Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 17, 1974 Bill 10 Be it enacted by the Student Association of the State University of' Hew Ydrk, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The following clarification be accepted in regards to what constitutes an absence in relationship to Bill 3: Whereas: An absence as mentioned in Bill 3 shall be considered: a) When a Senator does not come to any portion of a meeting of the S.A. Seaate. b) When a Senator misses more than one roll call vote. Also: Each committee shall be responsible for determining its own criterion of what constitutes an absence. Sponsored by Henry M. Bartlett Senate Action: withdrawn. RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3 02

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 17, 1974 Bill # l1 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The following policy, procedure, and schedule be implemented for the operation and execution of the Student Associali on Fall 1974 Senatorial election. A,Petitions will be available at Student Association office in Hewitt Union, and the desks of Cayuga, Hart, Johaaon, Lonis-Moreland, Onondaga and Seneca Halls beginning at 12 noon on September 13, 1974. B. All petitions must be turned in to the Student Association office by 4 P,M. on September 20, 1974. C, An official slate of candidates will be posted on the Student Association bulletin board in the lobby of Hewitt Union and at the desks of the proper dormitories by noon, September 21, 1974. D3 Electioneering may begin at 9 A.M. on Septwmber 21, 1974, E. All electioneering within an area 100 ft. from any polling place must end by 8:30 a.m. on September 30, 1974. Electioneering shall be defined as posters, pamphlets, leaflets or any other printed or written documents, or formal or informal speeches whose purpose is to work for the election of any candidate(s) or party. F. Elections will be held between the hours of 10:OO A.M. and 6:00 P.M. on September 30 and October 1, 1974 (Hswitt Union only), 11. Method of Ballotting A. College I.D. must be presented to the poll watcher, who will then validate it against a master list, which will then be marked to show that a vote had been -cast. RM. 218 HEWm UNION PHONE (311) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 i ill #11, continued. ) B. Official temporary I.D.'s will also be accepted. 111. Method of Control A. All expenditures of money shall be registered with the election committee by 12 noon, Friday, September 27, 1974. B. A limit of $50.00 for expenditures will be placed on candidates for Senate. C. No candidate shall be allowed to work at a polling area. D. No person shall hold more than one position on the election staff. 2. Supervisors shall not be paid for poll watching. F. The operation and eontrol of the elections shall be by the election committee, which shall be defined as the Senate election committee, election conunittee chairman and election supervisors. G. The elction results will be taken to the Senate for approval. H. Any discrepancies, infraction, or violations of thie election bill will be recorded by the election committee. IT, V delete A., VI, VII. See Bill #73 8th Leg. Sesaion. VIII.Stipends A. Election chairman....... 835.00 ............. B. Supervisors $30.00 C. Poll Watchera...........$ 1.25Phr. IX. List of Supervisory and Polling Areas A. Cayuga Hall B. Hart Hall C. Johnson Hall D. Lonis-Horeland E. Onondaga Hall P. Seneoa Hall G. Hewitt Union Appropriation Election chairman.............. (7) """"""""". Poll Watchrs 1.25/hr x 64 hrs...... Print cost ballots & petitions....... 30.00 $355 .od RM. 218 HEWITT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO. NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Semte 10th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting Septmeber 17, 1974 Bill 12 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: The budget line item entitled M.Y.P.1,R.G. is deleted from the 1974-75 budget, and that $15,000 allocated reverts to a special contingency fund, herein enacted, to be used at the discretion of the Senate as appropriated by law. Sponsored by Gregg Gates, President of Student Association. Senate Action: 21-yes 9/18/74 date presented to The President I date signed: Association RM. 218 HEWlTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union .Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting September 24, 1974 Bill 13 Be it enacted by the Studan$tAssociation Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 110, 7%h Legislative Session, be rescinded and the Finance Cornmittee be established under the following criteria: I. Powers and Duties I A. To suggest legislation pertaining to revenue bills. B. To d-1 with, discuss and investigate for the purpose of establishing in all matters of finance, allocation and assesments with which the Senate is concerned when the Senate shall deem it necessary or when otherwise provided by statute. 11. Appbintments A. The Vice-president shall have the power to appoint the chairperson who is a senator and who shall not vote except in case of a tie. 111. Membership A. At least 4 members of the Finance Committee shall be senators, the remainder shall be members of the under-graduate student body. (senators or non-senators) B. One of the 4 senators shall be a chairperson and vote only in case of a tie. c. Only two persons from one SA funded organization or club shall be allowed to serve on the committee. D The Director of Finance of SA shall serve on the committee as an ex-officio member. E. The President and the Vice-President (or designated person) shall serve on the committee ex-officio. F. The committee shall determine its own size. Sponsored by Sandy Miller. Senate Act ion 24-yes 10/2/74 bate presented to

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting October 1, 1974 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 : Whereas student organizations are allowed to have only one fund-raising event per semester, and: Whereas this number is now insufficient to meet those organizations1 needs; Be it enacted that each student organization established on the Oswego campus be allowed to conduct three fund-raising activities per semester. Sponsored by Mary Francovilla Senate Action: 20 yes 12 no VEn /0// 7/74 date signed VETO. SUSTAINED: 17-yes date presented to The President ~reg6ry A. Gates, President of Student Association

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iTUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO Off;ce Of IJLe Prenident 208 HEWITT UNION OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 8, 1974 Bill #"I$ Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : The sum of $3,000.00 be allocated from Additional Revenues for a special Secretarial Fund to be administered jointly by the President, Vice-president, and Director of Finance of Student Association. The fund will be used for: 1) An increase in salary for Marguerite Pesce from $4900 to $6000 annually. 2) The hiring of a new receptionist for 30 hrs./week to replace Mrs. Pesce whose job description shall be changed to Full-Time secretary to assist the three executive departments. Submitted by: Gregory Gates, President, Student Association Senate Action: The president && 197f date signed: @& ates, President of student ~ssociation

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 15, 1974 Bill 16 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College,> of Atts and Sciences at Oswego that: Whereas a 815,000 budget was allocated by the Student Association at the budget hearings during the 9th Legislative Session; Be it enacted that $10,000 of the $15,000 $ amoved from the contingency fund that is presently in, and be reallocated to NYPIRG of Oswego. Sponsored by Amy Seiden Senate Action: &yes I date presented to The President:

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 15, 1974 Bill 1% Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: Bill 7 of the Tenth Legislative Session be amended so that the third sentence of its forth paragraph will read; If, after October 29, twenty five delagate seats are not filled, the Vice-president of the Student Association shall, with the concurrence of the Constitutional Revision and the Judiciary Committee, appoint delagates to fill that number and the Constitutional Convention may begin ~ork, Sponsered by the Constitutional Revision and the Judiciary Committee Senate Action thirty three yes votes Date presented to The President 4/79 date signed: hg%-!y@&Gre ry A. Gates, President of Student Association

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego SEnate 10th Legislative Session 7th Senate Meeting October 8, 1974 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 : Whereas, the Alumni Varsity Hockey Game has been a ..growing tradition at Oswego State; Be it enacted that the Alumni Association will sponsor the annual Alumni Varsity Hockey Game. Admission fees will be charged. All admission and seating will be done on a first come first serve basis. Be it further enacted that all administrative and operational costs of this event shall be borne by the Alumni Association. All proceeds from the gate will become the property of the Alumni Association. These monies have the potential of being recovered by the students in the form of program subsidations and scholarship funds. Sponsored by the Director of Finance Senate Action thirty two yes votes date presented to The President date signed: tes, President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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 : ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB be allocated $383.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $30,00 11. Funding of EventsNapolean Chagnon, Lecture . Dr. DeWimt Middleton, 15.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 26-yes /D /a,-, / 77 date ~YesenteB to the president

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 lOih Legislative Sesslon 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #20 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: LEAGUE OF ART STUDENTS be allocated $239.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. Club Trip Toronto, Canada TOTAL : Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action 9-ses

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitl Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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 : BIOLOGY CLUB be allocated $b3azoz> from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $120 -00 11,Funding of EventsChas Edwards, Lecture 72.00 111. Funding of Films 8. The Plague on Your Children B. Signals for Survival C. The Living Sea 45.00 25,OO TOTAL : $ 302.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 25-yes fiqa;m reaors A Ga es. resident of student ~ssociation

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Fleeting October 23, 1974 BILL #22 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State Univessity of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : BIT 'N' SPUR RIDING CLUB be allocated $425.00 from the Program Fund, Breakdown is as follows: I. Funding of Events3rd Annual Pallbrook Combined Training Event $ 75.00 11. Club TripsIntercollegiate Horse Shows (4 ahows ) 350.00 TOTAL : $425,00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 2 6-ye s /433/7 y hate +mesentea to The President /alas/'& bate ?signed:

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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 : BUSIWESS ADMINISTRATION SOCIETY be allocated $106.50 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $76.00 11. Funding of Events A. Accountancy as a Profession 17. 50 B. Professionals in Banking and Finance 13.00 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Sera te Action: 26-yes +/?+ date ksigneb: The President Wegory A. Gakes,President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #24 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New Pork, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: CANPUS FLYING CLUB be allocated $470.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is asifollows: I. General Operations $470 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee The ~Eesident

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #25 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: CATALINA CLUB be allocated $565.00 from the Program Fund, Breakdown is as follows: I, Funding of Events Water Show in Lee Hall $565 .oo TOTAL : $565 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 2 6-ye s The president U Gregory A, Gates, Prestdent of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Seaate Meeting October 23, 1974 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 : CHENISTRY CLUB be allocated $120.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. Funding of EventsSyracuse Section ACS Meeting $24.00 1I.Club Trips A. Syracuse University $48.00 B. LeMoyne College $48.00 TOTAL : $120 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 26-yes /ok'/;p da e s gne ,;/.~i (47 y Greg g A. a es. resident of Student ~ssodiation of Student Assocaation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #27 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of New York, Collegeof Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : CHESS CLUB be allocated $305.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $105 .OO 11. Club TripsRochester & Syracuse 200.00 TOTAL : $305 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee senate Ketion: 15-yes 8-no The President /I GregMy A. Gates,President of Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Associati on State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL #28 Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : COMPUTER SCIENCES CLUB be allocated $31.50 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $31.50 TOTAL : $31.50 Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: '22-yes The president -. date signed: G,,&$94d. P* regor. A. Gates. resident

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller student Association President of the Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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 : DEL SARTE (PERFORMING DANCE) be allocated $175.00 from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: f .. I. Club Trips $ 25.00 11. Funding of EventsProduction $150.00 TOTAL : $175 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: postponed by The Senate passed with 29-yes botes /7h9 /7+ date signed: ; ,~/3a-/7 Y date resent d to the president / II I Gregorym. Gates, Presidentof Student Association

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Associati on State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL # 30 Be it enacted by the Student Associartion Senate of the State University of New York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that: FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUBS(SPANISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN, RUSSIAN, GERMAN) be allocated fi5ag,no from the Program Fund. Breakdown is as follows: I, !handing of EventsInternational Smorgasbord $500.00 TOTAL : Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 1:3Ss Gregory

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Associati on State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legi@ative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 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 : #d pa-. 0-a GEO SCIENCE CLUB be allocated $=.00 from the Program Pund. Breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $b 25.00 11. Funtiling of EventsM. King HubbardEnergy Balance $190 .OO II1,Punding of Films 8. Our Changing Earth 40.00 B. Earth: A Resource 40.00 TOTAL : Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action 2D-ye s The President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitl Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 23, 1974 BILL Be it enacted by the Student Association Senate of the State University of Mew York, College of Arts and Sciences at Oswego that : INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION (ISA) be allocated $625.00 from the Program Fund. The breakdown is as follows: I. General Operations $ 60.00 11. Funding of Events A. Speaker from U.N. 100 00 B. Dr. Marsh-Pop. Control 15 .OO C. Local Congressman 40.00 1II.Funding 6f films (6) 100 00 IV. Club TripsInviting Russian Exchange Students from SUNY Albany 310.00 TOTAL $625 .OO Sponsored by the Finance Committee Senate Action: 'l-5-yes 6-no 2-abs The President 1



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION State University College at Oswego 10th Legislative Session 1974-1975 PRESIDENT Gregory Gates VICE-PRESIDENT Sanford Miller DIRECTOR OF FINANCE Edward Falco ASSISTANT DIRECTORS OF FINANCE ; Wendy Karp Rich Mahoney

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INDEX Title page.. .................................................. Index ........................................................i . Preamble to the Constitution ................................ 11 ................................................. Constitution 1 By-laws ...................................................... 5 .................................... Legislative Action Request Agendas, Minutes, Voting Records of Meetings .................. Bills out of The Senate......... .............................. Resolutions out of The Senate.................................

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

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CONSTITUTION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION Or THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE AT OSWEGO -LA -. $ 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 rhan 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 Presidehtcbf 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 yerr, ~xcent during the weeks of final examln~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 conducter? in the following mmner: a. Senators fron Tlormitoriez: 20% of the dorm population must petition for Senator recall. This would reqnfre a referendum to be held, an?, If 2/3 of those voting are in favor of recall, the Senator wtll be removed from office. b. Commuter Senators: 20% of the commuter population who voted in the last election must petj-tion for senator recall.? This would require a referendum to be held, and if 2/5 of those votinq are in favor of recall, the senator will be removed from office." 2. The Senate m3.y determine the rul;ea of i~ts ~rocee?i.ngs, discjpl ine Its members for disor3sr3 v bokravior ,',and with the coqcurrencn of 2/3',.: of the total Semte, e:r~el a member. 3. The Sena.te shall keep a -@~m;rl nf its proceeiilngs, and from time to tlme pvblish the same, and the 2nd n2ys of the Senate on any auest!.on shall, a.t the desire of 1/51 of thoye present, be entered in the $ourn?l. Section V No Senator shall, during the time for which he was chosen hold any other civil office under thp authority of the Student Association and no nsrson ho3ding any office under the Student Association shall be a member of the Senate during his continuance in office. Section VI Every bill which shall have passed the Senate, before it becomes law, shall be presented to the President of the Student Association. If he approves it he shall sign it; but if he returns it with his objections to the Senate, they shall enter the objections in the Journal and ~roceed to reconsider it. If after such reconsideration 2/7's of the _totalSenate. agrees to pass the bill it shall be corn el^^< But in all crses the vote of the Senate shall be determined by yeas, nays, and the names of the persons voting for and against the bill shall be entered in the Journal. .If any bill is not returned by the President within 10 regular class days after it has been presented to him, the same shall be law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the Senate by its adjournment 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) ; Tu determine the ex~enditures of the Student Association Tax for the general welfare of the Student Association; To have authority to make recommendations over all matters of policy affecting student welfare under this coiistitution; To determine the line of succession to the office of Student Association President following the Student Assocba.tion Vice-President: To initiate a.nd enact any legislation necessary to *im~lement for forgoing Dowers or to fulfill the Durpose of this constitution as set forth in the preamble excent where such ;jurisdiction shall be denied by the ~olicies of the State University of New York or the State University of New Yark College at Oswego. Section VIII 1. No money shall be dram from the treasury, but in conseauence of a~aro~riations made by law, and a regular statement a.nd account of the receipts and exnenditures of all money shall be published from time to time. 2. The Senate ?hall Dass no law regarding the internal onemtion of any student ormnization reco~nized under the authority of the office of the Dean of Students. Section IX 1. Upon nresentation to the Senate of the Position of 25% of the number of voters in the arevious A1.l-Camnus Election any bill. which they shall deem necessary shall be submitted to the Student Association within 2 weeks After the resent at ion of the netition to be accented or rejected, and if acce?ted, shall have the saae-standing as aay bill passed by the Senata and signed by the Student Association President. 2. The Senate may, bv 2/3's vote of the total membership, submit any bill to the Student Association who shall accent or reject it; and if accented said bill shall have the same standing as any bill ~assed by the Senate and signed by the Student Association President. Article 11 Section I 1. The executive power shall be vested in the Student Association President, who shall together with the Student Association Vice Presidant, be elected by an All-Campus Election. The AllCampus election shall be held at the earliest practical date

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during the period from the 15th of February to the 15th of Vqrqh; and hbld office for a term of one1$ vpr,r comrnencins th~ first day of ADril cf the same year in which they were elected. 2. The President and Vice-president shall. be regular3y enrolled students with an accurnlatjve grade point index of at ].east #two-tenths of a point (;2) above the college minimum for good academic stand in^, and shall not be eligible for graduation until the completion of the semester tn which the term of office ends. The President at the beginning of the fall semester during his term of offjce shall be at least a first seme~ter junior with the minimum number of credits to be considered as such, and the Vice-President shall be at least a second semester so~homnre. Section IT The Senate shall sstr7b3 i sh such a.dministrati.ve off ices a? I.t shall sepm necessary for the oneration of the Sny-erne and lower;: ~ourts a.nd the Suprmo Court shall a.~pell ate juri.srii~tioq over any 1.ower:. r30iurt created by the Senate. Section TTT The judici a1 ;7rTarer ?ha? 1 extend: To all. ca3es to wF.ich the Stud.ent Assoc,S.?tS.on. shq.11 be a ?arty excent as otl?snsise st2ted in the fof.l.owir,.y ~a.rt5 of thi-3 section. To the student a~nroval of 72.1. ?.ocal stur3ent 0rga.n i 79.t ion constitutions. To any case invo1vi.nothe const!tutional.i.ty of an act or ruljng of the Student AssociatSon, To an.? czse jnvol.vin~ violation ZP an act of the Senstn exceot as otherwise st-?ted jn the follovir,~ parts of this section. To any d.ispute between stud~nts, or between student organizatlonr?, i.f no lower( court, hon~inq unit c~,.lrt, executive committee or commission, judicial. boare, or standards committee shall have orior jurisdi.ction, In which case the Sunreme Court shall. have the ?over to decide whether the trial or hearing was conr7ucter-l nro~er1.v with the poverr. to demand such cases back to the original. trial body. And to a.ny other case >:here jurisdiction shall not be denied by the polizies of the State University of New York Coll.ege at Oweqo. ARTICLE IV This constitution may be amended in the foll~ving mannpr: Upon the sirmili~ of 2 netition by 2/3 of the number nf voters in the ~revlnu~ ~Il-~sm~us Election, or bv a 2/3's v~te of all the members of the Senate, an amendment my be Dresented to the Student Asyoriation within two weeks-after the ~resentatim of the petition, in the case of such a presentation, to be

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acnepte! ^r reJncted, and if aces-tea. shall bs valid 5e a11 intents and purposes as part of this constitution. 1.. All enaa~ements with ornani2ations or a~;encies outside of or '*ithin the colley~ shall be as valid anainst the Student Assxiation under this constitution, as under the A~sociated Student BodvCouncil. 2. This constitution, and the laws of the Student Association which shall be made in pursuance therof', and all the authority of the Student Association shall be the supreme law of student life at the State University of New Ynrk Colle~e ?at Oswego except where they mag conflict with the yolicies or practices of the State University cf New York or the State University College at Osweqo. 7. The Senators before ~entioned all executive and judicial officers, of the Stuent As~ociation shall be bound by oath or affirmation to support this constitution. ARTICLE VI The xtification of this constitution:; ahall 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 constitution shall take effect immediately and shall be implemented by the prcsent Associate? Student '3ody Conncilq until May 1, 7.966, at '.dh:'.ch time the nfw senators, Stu:?ent ,Issociatim Presidnnt an:! Vj ce-President and. other civf 1. nff icials shall assume ths yoy:rerr; and duti.es of their remective offices, and at which time this article shall. be ex~unged. I. A Xvjng center shall be defined for the purposes of Senate a~portionment Do one of three catepories as follows: (a) on campus residence halls, (b) off-campus residence units recognized as residence halls by the college, and (c) commuters (all students not rp~iding in Yivvp; centers cateaorieed by a or b above). The Senate shall determine eqch year the grouping of the several I!vin~; centers for the Durposes of aqmrtionment and enumeration of Senritors to be elected by these groups of Yving centers. These By-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 representative of the Office of the Co-Ordinqtor of Student Activities

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(c) The executive heads of C.U.B.M., A.W.S., and the Athletics Council (d) And to the delegated representative of any orcanization which the Senate shall designate by a majority vote. 3.. The legislative session shall be one (1) year in length and 'shall beein on the first day in April and shall end on the last day of March of the Followin? year. L 4. All meetings of the Senate shall be conducted by Robertls Rules of Order, 5. Civil Officials shall be: President and Vice-President of Student Association Senators of the Student Association Justices of the Sunreme and lower Courts. d) Chairman and members of the various de~artments and the committees of the Student Association Executive and Judicial Branches. 6. A Senator or Justice at his own discretjon may choose to participate in any of the various de~artments and committees of the Executive Branch of the Student Association for the purnose of aid in^ him in nischarging the duties of this office. 7. These By-faws may he amended by a 21~~s vote of a.11 the members in the Senate. 411 By-laws to this constitution shall be subject to Tnternretation as bills under the ~rovision of Article I, Section 9 of thjs constitution. 8. This association is not organised for profit not for the pecuniarjr. gain of its members, offjcers or other arivate Demons. It may not issue stock or declare or distribute dividends. No part of the income of the associatjon shall innure to the benefit of any member, officer, or other aerson exce~t it may nay a reasonable comnen~ation for services rendered in effectinp one or more of the associationls aurnoses, and no member, officer, or other person shall be entitled to shzre in the distribution of any of the association assets on dissolution of the association. Any balance of money or assets remaining after the full na.gment of association obligations shall be directed e~clsivelyt-b the further&ce of educational purposes. 9. Upon the dissolution of the assodiation, the members, after payment or;-making nrovision for nagment of the just debts, obligations and liabilities of the association, will des~ose of all of its assetes bv transfer to such other not-for-profit organization(s) or ormnization(s) organized and onerated exclusively for educational nurnoses. or such other nurnoses as shall at that time aualify for exemntion under Section 501-C (3) of the InSernal Revenue Code and Section 420 of the New York State Real Pro~erty Tax Law as, in the judgement of the members, is best quaHfied and competent to promote the purDoses of the association. 10. No part of the activities of the association shall be carrying on propoganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation or participating in, or intervening in (including the publication or distribution of statements)my political campafijn on behalf of any candidate for public office.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWlTT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (3 1 5) 34 1 -360 1 Office Of 'Ze President 1974 LEGISLATIVE ACTION REQUEST With this message, I am calling on the Senate to enact several far-reaching proposals which I feel are crucial to the maintenance and improvement of the Student Association and the academic climate here at Oswego. In the past, it can be argued, S.A. has concerned itself to an absurd degree with the present. The present condition of the Association is, of course, critical and will never be ignored. But the real crux of providing students with something meaningful lies in providing them with long range goals, long term services, and far-reaching thought. It is this idea that prompts a large portion of this request. It has been my long standing feeling that a so+ely neglected portion of concern to the student body is academic affairs and its related areas. This message reflects this also. Then, too, there exists a need for revitalization and reform of stagnating conditions within our student government and without.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (31 5) 341 -3601 Ofice Of TLe ?repident &pry A. Gate, Legislative Request, pg. 2 president thgn, take this opportunity to urge swift, yet thor They part ough, consideration by the Senate of these proposals. are the hroducts of a greal deal of thought on the of many people. I, therefore, formally submit to the Student Association Senate the 1974 Legislative Action Request. September 10, 1974 ~re~orfl~. dates Student Association President

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 13126 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Ofice Of The yreaident September 10, 1974 I. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION I urge the Senate to assist me in reforming our present document. I feel the vehicle most proper to deal with this is the empanelment of a constitutional convention. Legislation to this end follows which is self-explanatory. 11. COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER AFFAIRS I urge the Senate to create an ad-hoc committee on Consumer Affairs to assess the degree of need (if any) for organized consumer protection and information; to determine how these needs can best be met; and how it should be put into effect, what funding it will require, etc. My office is prepared to actively assist in any manner possible with these deliberations. 111. ADVISORY BOARD FOR HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY Within a few weeks, I will ask the Senate to give approval to a proposal for an advisory board to assist the Health Center in their delivery of Student Health Services.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Ofice Of TAe president page two IV. REQUESTS FOR FUNDING Perhaps too much emphasis is placed on the Senate's "power arising solely out of the pursem, and I certainly doubt that the Senate's might lies solely in the pocket book. However, certain things I would like to accomplish this year may require money or permission to expend monies not previously allocated. These include : 1) Legal aids pamphlet 2) Legal aids services arising out of the addition of third year law students 3) Others, which are included in specific requests V. NATIONAL STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY October 24 is National Student Government Day. Mr. Miller and I are developing a program of activities for that day. Your assistance or contributions of ideas would be greatly appreciated. VI. STUDENT REPS WITH ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS I am asking the Senate, especially the Student and Academic Affairs Committee to undertake a study of all departments to determine the arnmount of student input. Some departments, such as Political Science, have student members

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWITT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 131 26 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Ofice Of TLe (president page three with full voting powers, while others have none. I believe we should place high priority on seeking student input in all departments. This would be a prelude to my next request. VII. COMMISSION ON EDUCATION DELIVERY This is perhaps the most far-reaching request contained here. Together with faculty and administrators, we should begin to assess the educational needs of an everchanging student body. The Commission would be impowered to make recommendations to the College President and to make its report available for general consumption. This serves to highlight the increasing ability of and need for students to offer insights into the educational process. It further highlights preparation for the University's 1976 Master Plan. This, too, may require funding for which I would recommend full Senate support. VIII. REVITALIZING DORM EMPHASIS Under the direction of the Student Association Senate and Executive, I can foresee a renewal and rejuvenation

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 208 HEWlTT UNION EXECUTIVE OSWEGO, N. Y. 13126 S. U. N. Y. OSWEGO (315) 341-3601 Ofice Of 'Ze Fresident page four of dorm governments, Inter-Dormitory Council and other dorm functions. I hope the Senate will act on these measures. As always, anything I can do to assist you will be attempted.

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Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting Call to Order Roll Call Inaugration Executive a. Gregg b. Sandy Reports May 7, 1974 AGENDA Gates, President of Student Association Miller, President of the Senate c. Ann Moore d. Ann Kronenbitter Committee Reports a. Student/ Academic Affairs Old Business -none New Business a. Bill 1 b. Bill 2 c. Bill 3 d. Bill 4 e. Bill 5 f. Bill 6 Adjournment

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Student Association StAte University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 1st Senate Meeting May 7, 1974 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:10. Senators not present were: Steve Cafarelli, Patty Comerfordr?, Camila Dade, Pat DeBona,, Mary Francovilla, Eileen Lincoln, Amy Seiden, and Debbie Wallace. Sandy Miller, the President of the Senate, gave the oath of office to those Senators who were not present at the Inauguration. Wendy moved to approve \he agenda (2nd-sue), and the motion carried. Sue moved to approve.-the minutes (2nd-~endy), and the motion carried. EXECUTTVT RBPORTS . -. Sandy I :lXqr, 2rnsiden-t of fhe Senate H2 y,t:nlcomeci the n9v Senate, arexnressed his wishes for a good year; and passed out allG-,~ide to Scc3torfsl1 sheet to familiarize the new Senators with Robert's Rules.; and also exnlain~d that he would be using a snesker's list fcr all discussion an2 dckate, and how the n~thod-worked. -Then, Ssndy opened the floor to nominations for President, protempore. M
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Mike Carlito (PPB) announced their last event, Billy Joel. Gre~re G?tes, President of student Association congratulated liarie, and the new Senators who had just been sworn in. -SASU Gregg reported that the SASU conference wasn't particularly v exciting, and thet he had little to report but that they did set up 2 ad-hoc committees; minority affiars, and women's affairs, It is yet undecided as to whether these committeks will receive -2: funding or not. -Director of Finance appointment, Ed Falco, Gregg introduced Ed, and the Semte adressed him with a few questions. Then, the Senate c~nfirmed his appointment with a majority hand vote. -FSA Gregg introduced Tony Diangelo 2nd James Price, and the Senate questioned them separately. Tony's nomination was approved by a hand vote, and Jim's with a vote of 12-yes, 6-no, and 3-abs, Rich Collins, the sopho3ore nominee was not present at the time. and the Senate chose to wait to act until he was mesent; -S~mre~rrr? Court Justi?~ Gregg withdrew his nomination at this time because the present Chief Justice, Dan Harmony, has informed him 5:--that he may be here as a graduate student next yea*, and retain his position, Gregg then announced that he would on h9s state of the student associ~tj.~? address until next fall, and invited everyone to stop by his office and see him anytime, about almost anything. fi t-i c !; .??'z.-!-r-.: Robin re~orted th2.t the Leisnre Reading Room was honix to mt a lot of books when students cleaned out th2ir rooms to-leave, and gave them little announcements to that effect $0 distribute. NEV BVSSI\TESS ?3:1-: I. Betty moved to amend (PI) to strike "a least one minority s t1 entf'. (2ndon), and the Amendment carried with 16-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs votes. L. Bill 2 carried after discussion with 21-7~s votes. rm Betty moved to amend (~1) to include in a., a clause that mates missdg 5 total rneeitngs in any one legislative session without a proxy, or 3 consecutive, without a proxy. (2nd-~d) The amendment carried with 20-yes and 1-no vote. Kurt moved to amend to include (42) a totzl of five committee meetings in be, (2nd-steve) and it also carried with 18-yes and 3-no votes. Then, the bill as amended carried with 23-yes and 1-no. Bill 4 was defeated with 7-yes, g-no, and 1-abs.z BIisT-5 passed with 13-yes, !%no, and 1-abs. R'L126 passed with 17-yes votes. Then, Rich ~ollins was found to be present, and the Senate approved his nomination with a majority hand vote: ADJOUR~~~rnKIP The Senate gladly adjourned for the academic year. ................................................................... politics?

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 September 3, 1974

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Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate mth Legislative Session 2nd Senate Meeting Minutes sep-3, 1974 IXe meeting was called to order at approximately 6:00 p.m.. I Those Senators not present were: John Bartow, Pat Comerford, David See, ar '-1--.: -, %? .. -ia c -. The agenda was approved by a majority hand vote. The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Sand Miller the President of the Senate, welcomed all the hi, and expressed his disappointment in the weather here. While discussing the legislative session, he emphasized the fact that a senator's most important responsibility is to his/her constituency, and that he expects to receive feedback c from the genaral populatioi through the Senate, He then asked the senators to begin to set some goals for the Senate, as a legislative body, and to begin work on legislation as soon as possible. All bills must be submitted to the Senate Secretary by noon on the Monday before the Tuesday night meeting in order to be included in the packet. Each senator should keep ail Packets in order to give each piece of legislation due consideration before it comes up on the agenda, one week later. Sandy then went over his comm&ttee structure for the Senate, expan@ing;add explaining thekritten outline. He asked everyone to think about what committee they would like to work with, and to sign up& the Senate office before! the next meeting. Br. Robert Rock welcomed everyone back to Oswego. In his short address to the Senate he expressed hope that mimy new changes would be made here at Oswego; such as a new SA'constitution, and new college policies and guidiklines would be farmed. .He also defined the terme, "Right public information", and "Public $eCa~d!! rl~n" Gregg Gates, the President of Student Association gavethis basic State of the SA speech and discussed many thingst past and future: Consumer guide, and why we have stopped distribution, a new ad hoc committee on consumer prvtection, OSPIRG, and its current status, Centro, Savac, and SASUL Ed Falco, Director of Finance, expiained the way that funds will be appropriated from the Program Fund this year: The Finance Ccammittes will prepare a sort of ?mini budget" for the Program Eund, instead of the 1st come Is-t: serve policy ft'om last year.

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September 3, 1974 Senate Minutes, Page 2 Peter Schillo, from Program Policy Board gave the upcoming schedule of events and explained the bad situation for waiting in movie lines will be corrected, he hopes. A1 Diamond, the Director of Lkgal Aids explained the new Campus Judicial Sys$un. Also, he outlined some changes in the Legal Aids program this year: We will keep recordd; of all complaints, defensesand cases to use for future reference. A new and better pamphlet will be published to explain the function of Legal Aids of SA. Larry Pidgeon, our lawyer, will be available on Tuesday nights, from 7 10 pm. A1 is working now on getting help and counsel from 3rd year law students from SU. He asked all Senators to tell their constituenc~es about the Legal Aids Service. There was a mokion to adjourn and it passed with a hand vote. The meeting adjourned at 7:.20 p.m.. Submitted,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting September 10, 1974 AGENDA 1, Call to Order 2, Roll Call 3, Approval of the Agenda 4. Approval of the Minutes 5. Executive Reports A, Sandy Miller B, Gregg Gates 6, Old Business A, Sign up for committees 7, New Business A, Bill #7 B, "Bill #8 8. Adjournment RM. 218 HEWTT UNION PHONE (315) 341-3602

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Student Association State College at 0o Senate 10th Iiegislative Session 3rd Senate Meeting The meeting weawalled to order at 6:10 pm,, Senators not present were: Ralph Beckxneier, Bernie Cummings, Herb Hammond After Sandy explained that Bills 7 and 8 should not be on the agenda*.. ft was appmed by & majority hand vote, I)aring disonasion of the minutes, Mark Snyder mooed to amend to strike his name from the abaentee liet, it carried and was so noted by the clerk, Then, the amended minutes were approved by s majority hand rote, EXECU'PIVIE REPORTS hzBl!hler, President of the Smate. n y announced that Ralph Becheler, Herb Ha~mmond, and *Scottp Maseer are the new faculty senatolke, and welcmetl them to the Senate, -He then aeked that those senator8 who have not yet aimed u~ for a committee deciae daring the .meethfz. so that they can-meet %ith their oommittee later in thewevening, (~Gies and Cons%~~tio~al/Judic2a are the only two committees with mngs)~andy introdwed the chaEersons,(Joan Maqoo1iga.n and by Seiden for Student-Academic ~ffairs), Marie Brutvan for the Finance Committee), (Henry hptlett far Rules) P 6Kur-k S~aars for constit / ~ztdie. 1, and(Dave Rob1 nson for Elect1 on). -Sandy asked that anyone interested in joining an ad hac committee-on the vending machines speak to Gregg, as he is the chsfsman of the committee, -!!hie year all SA organisations requesting fun8lng-from the Program Wuaa are reqmired to submit a *mfala baaget to SA by the 23 of Se@tanaber, Then, the Finance Committee will conaider the en%ire budge*, Them will be some surplus left rm-badgetted to accamt for any new organtsationsthat appear within the semester, an8 also eaoh allocation will have an expiration date, after which anspent moniea will retnrn to the Program Pmzd again, -Pleaass remember the Monday at noon deadline for legislation to be in the packet' on 'Pnesday night of the same week, -If anyone lcnows of any dorms that are running their own p~tvats Semtoria: eleations, please inform them that any elsatim for Senate mast be boaducted through SA:in order to be valid, -Sandy brought up the matter of electing a repreamtative for PPB accord in^ to Bill 86 of the 9th Leg, Ses,, One peraon volanteered, and she was elected by a hand vote, Mary Fraacovilla is our Senate PPB rep, -Due to a Religious holiday, Sandy announced that he conldn't make next veekta meeting, and since it aeemd inconvenient for everyone to change the meettime, Wrie Brutvan will assmne his role at the meeting. Or@ e .:, President of Student Aasoc$ation *$f%&?Lbuted his legialat$xe eation rsqtmmt, h$ghll@~ting his suggestion for a Comarlssion on Education Delivery.

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Senate Minutes September 10, ,74 Page 2 seem to be disallasioned with IVY PIRG also, PIRG has been trying to apply all kind8 of pneeure (like threat of a suit) to SA, and OSPIRCS, OSPIRG and Gregg have recently been discussing the possibility of setting ap a completely local organization similar to what OSPIRG might have been with the money reserved for OSPmG, &egg announced that OSPIRG will have a meeting this Mmday night, and he hoped tht senators would aWbmd. megg said that if PIRG has taken no concrete action to prepare a budget within a few woeks, he will ask the Senate to nullie the laat Senateta action in allocating the moner, 4regg asked that the Senate vote tm the nomination of Dick Esser for Chief Justice. After some discaasion, Joan M, moved that his appointment go before the rules committee, as outlined in the responsibilities of the committees this leg. sea. (2ndWendy K.) After mom discuesion, tb quedtion was noved, 2nd-ed, and passed, -bate ended, and the motion csrried by a majority hand vote, Sand Miller announced that SA will be on Oct. lat, and explained far. O&D BUSINT3SS Sandy asked that the senator8 break in%o into committees to geD acquainted an8 to choose a meeting time, This proceeded for about 15 minmtes, aar Busmss none nohers was a motion to adjoarn, and It oarried, lFho Senate adjourned

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE + OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Association State University College at Qswego Senate 10th Legiibative Session 4th Senate Meeting I, Call to Order 2, Roll Call 3, Approval of Agenda 4, Approval of Minutes 5, Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B, Marie Brutvan 6. Committee Reports A, PPB, Rona Bauman a AGENDA B, Rules Committee (Vote on nomination o. C, Election Committee 7. Old Business A, Bill #7 B, Bill #8 8, New Business 9, Adjournment September 17, 1974 f Dick ~sser)

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1 Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 4th Senate Meeting September 17, 1974 Senate Minutes September 17, 1974 The meeting was called to order at abo_ut 6:00 p.m.. Those senators not present were: Ralph Beckmeicr, Ron Barrows,Pat DeBona, Sigfrido Madrid,Arny Seiden. After some confusion over Robert's Rules of Order, approval of the agenda was on the floor, and Dave Robinson moved to amend it to include Bill 11. After a 2nd to the motion, and much discussion, the motion carried with 17-yes, and 1-no hand votes. Then, Henry Bartlett moved to also include Bill 9 and 10. After a 2nd, and discussion, the motion was defeated by a Qote of I-yosand 14-no. Then, th.e amended agenda passed with a majority hand vote. The minutes,were approved with no discussion, with a hand vote. EXECUTIVE 'REPORTS PPB Rona Bauman gave the list of coming evente, and gave some general announcements: October 1, PPB is expected to publish their firbt newsletter h he Board has hired two new people, Rick Flood, and Marilyn Sloper. She will be the new Box Office Manager in Hewitt Union. =PPB had a sort of partymeeting this weekend to get "policies" together, etc, They also discussed what ~$11 happen if the mandatory Student Activity Fee is voted down. Rona assured the Senate, that they came up with some viable alternatives, and that programming on the campus wilPnat collapse, Grdgg Gates, The President of student Assodiation: -Gregg explained that Dick Esaer did not appear before the Rules CommittZe becausehe.isrrrro longer able to serve as Chief Justice because of a very heavy academic load*. Gregg will submit a new nomination very soon. -PIRGGregg explained the general happenings at the Monday night meeting. He then proposed Bill 12, and the Senate discussed the situation in general. Mary L moved to consider Bill 12 today, and after discussion the motion passed with 18-yes, and 1-no, After more discussion, Bill 12 passed with a unanimous hand vote of 21-yes. -vending machine saga Gregg is working towards the snack bar being open at least for breakfast, because that meal has been the topic of most of the c~mplainsts Marie Brutvan, acting President of the Senate,read the resignation 6f Wendy Karp:-and the Senate passed it with a majority hand vote. She also announced thaa Oct, 1st was the new deadline to submit thenmini"

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Senate MInutes, 8/17/74 Page 2 budgets tocthe Finance Committee. Coach Fry was present, evidently Sandy MIller had asked him to come, and no one knew what the purpose of that invitation was. To make the best of a confusing situation, He reported on Club Football this year. They got together enough equipment for 58 players, and he is optimistic about the season. One problem however is that it seems as if the players didn't understand that they had to pay for their own jerseys, and the club has a huge outstanding bill for them. The coach said that he is still trying to collect it. COMMITTEE REPORTS Rules Committee Henry announced that-their meetings will be on Sunday nights at 6:JO yn 433 Oneida Hall. OLD BUSINESS Bill 7 Kurt S. moved to amend as follows: (All in the 5th paragraph, the sentence beginning "if after October 15 ," is changed to "If after October 15, 25 delegate seats are not filled, the-VP of SA shall appoint delegates to fill that no. and the Convention may begin work," After discussion, A1 carried, and then the bill as amended passed with 20-yes votes. Bill 8 After discussion it carried with 15-yes, 1-no, and 3-abs. ml Dave made to changes: typing errors had been made, and the stipends for the Election Chairman are $35, the stipends for the Supervisors is $30. Then, the bill carried with 19-yes votes. ADJOURNMENT At 7:30, the SEnate adjourned, and went home for the night. ....................................................................... good night, # # SENATE VOTING RECORD Sept 17, '74 \ Baechle Y n Y Lawrence y n Y Bartlett y Y Y Lincoln y n P Barry Y Y Y Maser Y Y Y Bartow Y n Y ~ag00 ~&ny n Y' Conf ino n Y Schraer y Y Y Cummings y n Y Snyder Y n Y Dullahan n Y Spears Y Y* Francovillay 2 n Y Carmen Y Y Y Hammond y Y Y Tompkins n n Y Karp Y n Y Wallace y n Y Cesari Y n Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIAT10N SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 4 OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 Student Aasociation State University College at Oawego Senate 10th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting 1, Call to Order 2, Roll Call 3, Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of .Minutea 5. Executive Reports A, Gregg Gates B. Saady Mlller 6 .a Committee Reports .A, Elections B. ~ttrdent/~cadeac Affairs C, Rube (vote on Dick &mar for 7, Old Business A* Bill #9 Be Bill #PO Supreme Court 8, Sew Business A, kmcouflla ~~:(P,P.B,) B, Robert Slote re: (P,I.R.G,) Chief Justice) \

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Student Association State University at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 5th Senate Meeting MINUTES The meeting was called to order at 6~15. (please refer to the voting record for attendance report) There was a motion to approve the agenda, and it passed with a maaority hand vote. There was.a motion to approve the minutes, and it passed with a ma3ority hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Gates, Preaident'of Student Association: -orted on the recent FSh meeting. $6,000 was allocated for the building of a basketball court in the new campus area, it is hoped that it will be iced over for the winter months, for ad hoc skating, etc..' Also, they are looking into having a installed in the library to be used by anyone. (inter-campus Phone -He also called attention to'the letter in the packet referring to the nomination of Holly CharQtte as a Supreme Court Justice. Saad Miller, President of the Senate reminded the senatdrs that it is their responsibility ;to inform their constXbencies of SA affairs, and urged them to do so. He suggested a bulletin board in all doms, with the minutes and other Senate activity posted each week. -He made announcements about SA day again -The Oct. Lst deadline was announced for the SA "mini budgets". Sandy explained that although he has done his best to publicize it, there are still many clubs who :haven't submitted a request. He asked the senators .to continue to spread the word. / ~tudd~cadernic Affairs Amy reparted on-their meeting: It was decided 30 look for more people to work 'on the committees bsfore setting them up. Theyqre hoping for people not already connected with Senate, who will have the time and the interest. Now, there are people working on getting more studen* input into the department meetings and committees. Rules committee Benry explainez the whole situation with the nomination of Dick Baser: Dick Changed his mind again, and decided to accept the positicn of Chief Justice, if approoed by the Senate, so the committee met again to review him. (The previous tine they had met for the same purpose Dick did not come) The committee spent a lot of time discua~ing~ Dick, and their interview with him, and eventually voted not to recommend him to the Senate for Chief Ju~tice. The vote wasano, and 1 yes.

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Senate Minutes 8/24/74 Page 2 Henry outlined the reasons for the com&tees decision as follows: Dick admitted that last year he had been pressured into certain court decisiomby the Chief Justice -he has an extremely heam workload in school -his GPA is 2.4 -he didn't seem'to have a working knowleage of the constitution -he showed a reluctance to hear political cases. I ~fter Henry's report, the other people from the committee gave their views, and reasons for voting the way that they did. There was a lot of discussion, and some people seemed to have some reseryations about accepting the committee's recommendation because of the method used to review Dick. Many people wanted to hear from Dick himself, however, he wasn't at the meeting. After long discussion, Amy moved to accept the Rule's Committeegs recommendation. It was 2nd-ed. Then Mary F. mmd to postpone the issue until next week, in hopes that nick could come to the meeting. It was 2nd-ed. This discussion then revolved around &he validity of the committee atmcture. Many points were made, pro and con.Fhe first vote~on the-motion was tied, 12-12, then Sandy bboke the tie with a yes vote. A Division of the House was called for, and again it was 12-12, another Division was called and someone chan~ed their ~ote,~so the final tally was 11-yes, and 13-no. !!!he motion to stponb was defeated. th the motion to accept the committee'a recommendation still on the floor, the Senate voted to accept it with a vote of 15-yes and 9-no. Marie Brutvan moved to accept Dick Esser as Chief Justice (2ndMary) and the moticn was defeated by a vote of 998, 13-110, and 2-aba ause that read "to be decided by the Senatew in section was deleted by a friendly amendment, and the bill passed with / F .23-ps and Labs. 7BiH I0'4r.ld~hrie moved to amend to delete sections b and c and it -earn with-20-yes and &no votes. Then Hemy accepted a friendly amendment to add a new section b., which reads: When a Senator _--ar%aaes more than one roll call vote After much discussion -about absence, etc. the bill was withdrawn because it was insufficient. Res.3 Sandy Miller explained the origin of the bill, and pointed mt although many people thought it humorous, the bill had .a very serious intent. Gregg Gateahwithdrew his sponsorship. After discussion Hilda offered a friendly amendment and it was accepted: *&change the word fpeshperson to First Year Student. The vote on t8e.Resolution was 12-12, and Sandy broke the tie with a yes rote,2-So it carried with 13-yes and 12-no votes. I HEW BUSIKESS v reported for PPB, and gave the recent schedule of events, %Slate for PIRG wa8not present. mow here mesa motion to adjourn and it carried by a majority hand vote. The Senate stood adjourned at 7:50 p.m, Respectfully Submi,tted,

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To por$pae aation on tbg : Rule's Corn, seaommendation of Diok Eaeer. C4 aC4-v P El B BC4Y PY'4 BYC4 UL4Y BC4 B 9 Division of the Houee I s ~hC4C4 P P H PC4W U'4q pC4Y u BWC4 t) U I3 I3 I Divieion of the House To accept the Ruleta born,'@ C~PWUL~C~C~L~C~P'~J~C~JBYC~YJ~'~C~'~ recommendation of Diok Esser To accept the nomination of P L~Y c o J 3s 3~4 JYWC~ ~lqq ~1 u t) P Dick Esser by the President I? a

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 6th Senate Meeting Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy Miller Committee Reports A. ~tudent/~cademic Affairs B. Elections C. Finance D. Rules (vote on nomination of Holly Charelite) Old Business A. Bill #13 B. Resolution #2 New Business A. Mary Francovilla PPB October 1, 1974 9. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student AssocQation State College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 5thSenate Meeting October 1, '74 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:05 pm. Senators not present were: Bill Schraer. There was a motion to approve the agenda and it carried with?a majority hand vote. There was a motion to approve the minutes, and Henry Corrected the Rules Committee reports to read the vote on Dick's nomination as 1-yes~and 2-no. It was so noted by the clerk, andlhen the minutes me approved by a majority hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS PtLmPonddent Action Movement, introduced herself and explained about 6e programs SAM is sponsoring, giving dates, etc, and passed out literature on the political prisoners in Indochina. -st izgat ing the reasons behind the nmachinesn Gregg found that last year food service lost a large sum of $, and just couldn't seem to keep thefr heads above water with the snack bar. So, the vending machines; for a one year trial. Gregg was upset that FSA wasn't even consulte* before the decision was made, although pending the circumstances, he is satisfied that it was their only available alternative at the time. The ad hoc committee on thenmachbesn will trp to come up with viable alternatives for next year. He then asked the senators to remain a bit after the meeting to speak about the contingency fund of $15,000 to have aa'informal discussion. COMMITTEE REPORTS Student/Academic Affairs Joan reported that they are making some progress at getting students on more department committees Election Report Dave gave the election results: In Johnson, the winner was Joan Cssari with 102 votes In Onondaga, the winner was James Reillg with 37 votes. In ~onis/~oreland, the winner was David Brand with 169 votes.

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Senate Minutes Oct 1,1974 Page 2 In Seneca, Marie Brutvan and Bill Mulvey won, with 53, and 54 votes, respectively. !!?he Conmuter winners were: Pattie Brisson (62). Sylvia Greeneg (55). Mareie Jengel (71). Dave ~obinson, (71). and Robert Swanson(4 ) Finance Committee Marie asked that all committee-?members remain azter the meeting to agree on a time to begin meeting to revdbw the budget. Rules Committee Henry reported that although they had planed to reveiw .f&e nomination of Holly Charette for Associate Justice-there was a problem in ~ettihn the committee and Holly tonether at the same time this week. so %hey would like to wait a week-befare the Senate votes, Am moved to defer action on the matter, and it carried with a majorit-em Bemy then mentioned that he has been watching the Senate attendance, and one person already satisfies the ngrounds-for removalw requirement, At this time, the committee plans no action on this matter. OLD BUSINESS ill 13 Sandy passed out an amendment to the bill which changed sction membersh hi^: A, At least 4 members of the Committee will be senators. B. one ofthem will be a chair and only iote if a tie, C, only 2 persons from any one SAclub can serve Do, Director of Finance serves ex-officio-non-voting, Em President and VP of SA serve as ex-officio, non-voting members, or designee, and F., they shall determine their own size,, After iscussion, the bill as amended passed with 24 yes votes. Resolution 2 d andy reported that the resoluldon was withdrawn, lqEW BUSINESS B PIary reported that she hasn't yet becan able to meet formally ~ct mh the board, but she plans on meeting with Gale soon to go wer her role as SA PPB rep, etc, She then gave the week's announcements 'of events ADJOURrnrn A motion to adjourn was xnade,Znd-ed and passed, the Senate stood adjourned at 6:25 ~,m. 1Respectfd lly Youro, *+++++++++++~+~++-***-**+++rnw*+Y***ww*~+~ww*w -Baechle Barrows -Y krtlett Bartow Brktvan Carmen Cesarir Conf ino Cummings DeBona Dullahan SZBATE VOTnBG RECORD .(0ct 1, 1974 11 13) Lawrence Lincoln Magooligan Madrid Mazzer Se iden Snyder Speas Tompkins Wallace (Mona)

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session Senate Meehg Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy Miller Committee Reports October 8, 1974 Old Business A. Bill #14 B. Resolution #3 C. P.I.R.G. Discussion 1) PIRG BoardSA involvement 2) Legal Liability 3) Relationship between OSPIRG, NYPIRG, and BA 4) Student Imput 5) Alternatives to NYPIRG New Business A. PPB Report Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewilt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State Colleke at Bswego Senate Minutes October 8, 1974 Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:OT p.m. The following senators were not present: Sen. Beckmeir, Steve Dullahan, and Bill Schraer. The agendd was approved by a majority hand vote. The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote after noting that Cheryl Bird, from Hart Hallahould be included under the Election Committee Reports. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Gregg Gates, President of SA on the vending machines: He explained that his sentiments have changed since last weeek, and he still plans to persue the subject further. There will be a PSA Board of Directors meeting on October 23, and he plans to find out, mor& specifically, the reasons behind the "machinesn. Noting again, that the FSA Bof D's wasn't consulted as to the vending machine decision, Greggo. hopes to discuss the function of the Bof Dts, and how it needs improvement. Sandy Miller, President of the senate -Sandy asked all of the new senators to stand as he called their names, welcoming them to the Senate. Then, reading the oath, he sworelFtthem into office. Sandy also asked them to stay a few minutes after the meeting to meet the committee chairpeople in order to learn about which committee they might like to serve on. Sandy reported that there will be a SASU conference this week, and that he plans to attend, and bring back a report to the Senate. Petitions for the Constitutional Convention are still available in the Senate Office. -Sandy explained the "Speaker's Listm System, and how it works to the new senators. COMMITTEE REPORTS Rules Henry reported that they reviewed Holly Charette, and the committee unaaimonsly approved the recommendation for Associate Justice. There was a motion to accept the comitttle~ recommendation

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Senate Minutes, October 8, 1974 Page 2 passed by a majority hand vote. Then, there was a motion to accept Holly as an Associate Justice, and it carried with a majority hand vote. Henry then reported that rules committee unanimously voted to expel Larry Stern from the Senate for readns of attendance to committee meetings, and the Senate body. There was a long discussion, some people were very reluctant to expel him, wondering if he might have a good excuse for his lack of attendance. Various people explained thpt he seemed to have no desire to be a senator, but wouldn't resign, and that he never made excuses for not coming. The motion was put to a vote, and was defeated with 15-yes, 2-no, and 15-abs.(a motion to expel needs 2/3) Sandy called for a division of the House. More discussion followed for a while, and than Sandy ruled it out of order. This time, the Sm ate voted to emetl Larry Stern with 24-yes, 5-110, and 4-a'bs. Finance Committee harie re~orted %Eat they have reviewed about 1/2 of the budnets submitted, but that because of the holiday(~ol&nbus Day), tfie finished budgets couldn't be finished and typed until Wednesday. Marie suggested tM the Senate go ahead and meet on Tuesday, if they will all remember to come and pick up the budgets in the* mail boxes on Wednesday afternoon, Sandy agreed to the meting on Tuesday, as usual. Marie again reminded everyone to pick up the bu&ets OLD BUSINESS mne~ discussion, the word non-profit was mces in the bill. More discussion followed, ation from Dr. Rock about the system of cantrol of on-campus, etc. Then, the bill passed with 20-yes ~esolution 3 The point was made that Re8. 3 reaily because it deals with funding stricken from and an explanstudent conduct and 12-no votes. should be a bill, PIRG \ (iregg started the discussion with a basic history of the situation, and the c mmunication between he and PIRG this summer. Then, before opening d !. scussion, Sandy explained that the purpose of the discassion was to discuss, not debate, the whole situation of PIRG, 64k its poaaible alternatives or solutions. Then, the floor was yielded to a student from OSPIRGS Various people from PIRG spoke, and explained their current projects, attempting to -show the Senate that PIRG is a very worhtwhile organization. Also, they explained the many advantaws to being part of HWIRG, as opposed to starting a strictly local, autonomous group. (funding, expertise,support, power, etc,)~ representative from NYPIRG of SUHT at Albany explained why they can have an effectige promam for only$3,500 and why we couldn't,.., the reason being that there are other PIflG offices in the area, and SUNY at Albany Rusesn their staff people.' Right now there are only about 15 active members of Pirg here, but it was explained that the reason is that there is no %dm for publicity. More discussion followed, Senators asked queatio??m etc. Other advantage8 to NYPIRG were hihglighted: its credibility, and itfa full year program, continuing even while school isn't in full session. I

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Senate ~lnutes October 8, 1974 Page 3 PI= (cant .) 'Phequestion of wliability was agadn brought up, and although 'PIRg admitted tMt SA could be liable, they also said that it was highfy improbable that gBA would ever be sued, and that the contracted company is usually the one to be sued, Also, it was pointed out, that WYPIRG would provide a defense in case of suit, No other alternatives to spending the$15,600 were discussed, Many of the senators expressed a desire to speak to their constituencies. Amy moved to end 'discussion, and it carried, NEW BUSINESS announced the coming events, ADJOURNMENT -!he Senate stood adJdurned at 9:40 p.m. Robinson Jergel Greeney Baechle Barrawa Barry Bartlett Bart ow Rrutvan Carmen Ceaari Conf ino Cuxmnings Mona 1 ? .,i.. J. ... 6"a ~c.L Francovilla HIlmrnond Lawrence Lincoln Magooligan Wadrid Mazer Amy Seiden Snyder Spears lompkins Wallace Reilly Grand Mulve 7 Blrisson Swanson Bird licholson Y Y abs Y Y Y 'Y abs Y abs Y abs aba Y n .abs abs aba Y Y abs abs Y VOTIlO% RECORD (2) (3) (1) To expel Larry Stern Y n (2) Division of the Hanse Y Y Y Y (3) Bill 14 Y Y Y n 13 Y Y Y aber Y Y Y Y Y Y abe y P! 3je -T B 4. gr P s S y.2; 0; 4 abs y Y n n n t Y Y Y Y n n Y Y abs n Y n Y Y I . Y Y Y n Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 8th Senate Meeting October 15, 1974 Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy Miller 1. Vote on resignation of Sen. Mazzer 2. Sign up for Committees Committee Reports Old Business A. Bill 14 B. Bill15 C. Resolution 4 New Business A. PPB Report Adjournment

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Student Association State College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session October 15, 1974 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:10 pm. Those senators not present were:Pat DeBona (sub-Diane Axelrod), Mary Francovilla, Dave Grand, azid hg (sub-Ron Dygert) There was a motion to approve the aganda, and Sandy noted that item A under Old Business should be Resolution three, as opposed to Bill 14. It was then noted that Resolution three had been withdrawn, so Sandy struck it from the agenda. Kurt then moved to aptend to include Bill 17 under Old Buisness. He gave rationale for why he felt it should be on the agenda this week, and after discussiop, the motion to amend carried by a 2/thirds majority. Then, the amended agenda carried by a majority vote. There was a motion to approve the minutes. It was noted that Amy Seiden moved the agenda, not the question, on page three. Then, the minutes were approved by a majority hand vote. EXECUTIVE REPORTS Gregg Gates, President of SA called attention to the article in the Oswegonian entitled, "Vending Ending", explaining that although he feels that we have made positive steps; he cannot garuntee the ending of the vending. He does believe though, that it is highly probable that the machines will be replaced with something more satisfactory. He announced that the meeting of the Board of DirectorS of FSA has beek changed to October 24 th. Sandy Miller, President of the Senate Read the resignation of Ralph Beckmeir, and Hilda=.Mazzer, and they were both accepted. (By separate motions) Sandy sent a sheet around for the new senators to sign up on committees -The budgets will be "out" romorrow afternoon, DON'T FORGET TO PICK THEM UP ~fterwn~ the Senqte out as to when they would like to have a special budget session, the decision was made to meet on Wednesday nite (the twenty third) at 9:3thirty. COMMITTEE REPORTS hl8ance Committee Marie reported that the budget will be out and ready, and that she is hopeful that it will not be extremely Mime consuming because the committee came up with a lean but fair budget. Election Committee Dave reported that they have some new members tonite, and that he'd like everyone to stay after the meeting to set up dates for the election in Oneida Hall. He also apoke in hppes of proposing a bill that will stand to cover all such cases for elections, so that it will not be necessary to write a new bill for every election, I

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Senate Minutes October 15, 1974 Page 2 COMMITTEE REPORTS (cont.) Student/Academic Affairs Joan asked that all membera stay after the meeting to find a good time to have a meeting. Constitutional Revision Kurt announced that they will meet this Thursday at 1,,11 AM. OLD BUSINESS hll 15 After allocation to discussion, Joan M. Moved to amend (All to change the $1,J00, and to delete section 2). (2nd-Henry). The motion was defeated with 7-yes, 25-no, and l-abs. Then, after further discussion, the bill passed with 25-yes, 7-no, and l-ahs. Bill 18 (previously Resolution 4) It was excepted as a friendly amendment to delete the date, and specific? fees, so that it will serve in the future also. Then, it passed with thirt two yes votes. Bill 17 passed with little discussion with thirty three yes votes. (EXECUTIVE REPORTS) (cont.) Gre~g explained that he had forgotten two important things: 1. was Dennis Morton, the manager of the Food Co-op who came to explain the tentative plans for expansion of serviced on campus. He gave the basic proposal of a $5 permanent deposit, and 50 C dues per month. SA would get lot of every 50C as a token repayment of the original grant, and to compensate them for the book work involved to keep the on-campus students' permanent deposits. He answered questions, etc,s' 2. Also, Gregg explained that th citizens for Hugh Carey have come up with a new and easier sys em for getting absentee ballots for the coming elections, Gregg asked that all on campus senators come to his office and pick up a bunch for their constituencies, and that other senators come and help toget them to conunuters also. These ballot applications are only for pre-registered voters. Sandy -SASU conferenceSandy ordered a lot of purchase power cards which he will have soon, and make available to students here to save a lot of money in the purchasing of appliances, and many other things. Please see him to get the stickers. ADJOURNMENT The Senate stood adjourned at 7: thirty pm. Respectfully

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Baechle Barrows Barry Bartlett Bartow Bird Brisson Brutvan Cesari Conf ino Cumrnings Axelrod Dullahan Greeney Hammond Jergel Lawrence Lincoln ~a~oolaghan Madrid Struzinski Mulvey Nicholson Reilly RBbinson Schraer Dygert Snyder Spears Swans on Tompkins Wallace Vaughn SENATE VOTING RECORD October 15, 1974 Bill Bill Bill 1'5 18 17 L__ Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y YL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 2 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewilt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports / October 21, 1974 AGENDA A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy ~iller. (vote on resignatfon of Henry ~artlett) Committee Reports Old Business A. Bill #16 New Business A. PPB Report B. Athletic Advisory Committee Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate Loth Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting October 21, 1974 Senate Minutes The meeting was called to order shortly after 6 pm.. The following Senators were not present: Henry Bartlett, Pa* De~ona(sub-~iane ~xelrod), Mary Francovilla, Herb Hamrnond (subsOwen Daleg and Alice ~truzinski), Bob Swanson. A motion was made to approve the agenda. Sandy noted that Bill 14 should be included under nw business because it -was vetoed, and with that addition, the agenda waa approved by a Sajority hand vote. A motion was made to,-approve the minutes, and it carried. EXECUTIVE REPORTS 'Sained how the Senate rM1 deal with the Program Pund Budget, bill by bill, and that we will meet for the beginning of the budget, directly after this meeting. -explained that he would like to limit the debate on Bill 16 to 5 minutes a person, per time that they speak. He asked if there were any objections, and there wermft. -He welcomed Doug Rubenstein and Betty Reisman as the new faculty senators -Sandy read the resignation of Henry Bartlett and it was accepted by a majority hand vote. Then, Sandy introduced the new appointed senator form oneida hall, Ed Vaughn Greg~, -introduced Ron Olzinski who reported on what's hppening with the Executive Council of MIA -Gregg called the Senate's attention to his Veto message, and to the memo concerning his nomination of Marie Brutvan for SASU representative. There was a motion to approve the nomination, and it carried with a majority hadd vote. -announced that the special meeting of FSA B of D will be this Thursday, and he hopes to report on it next Tuesday.

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Senate Minutes October 21, 1974 Page 2 COMMITTEE REPORTS Election Comrniptee Dave reported on the Elections for Oneida: bt. 23, petitions will be out, Oct. 30 they should be handed in, and the election will be on the 6th of November. Student/Academic Affairs Joan announced that we should all watch the Oswegonian for a full page add concerning car pooling for comrnunters, and please urge all communters to vote so that we know if there is still a demand for a car pool or not. Also, the mediation panel is one person short and they are taking recommendations from the who1 student body, they can be handed in to Dr. Rock's office Constitutional Revision Kurt again announced that petitions for the constitutional convention are still available-please get one if you're interested, they really need people. PPB Ken Koehlberger-explained the situation with the pop committee and why they couldn't run a super concert this fall. Santana is in the making for a concert, and he just wanted to feel out the Senate on that. NEW BUSINESS i Bill 16, Amy changed the bill to allocate $10,000 of the $15,00p available, and to change NYPIRG to NYPIRG at Oswego. After som discussion, the bill was defeated by a vote of 15-yes, 17-no, and 2-abs. After a division of the House; the bill was still "i defeated with 14-yes, 19-no, and 1-abs. Bill 14 Gregg explained why he vetoed it, and after discussion, the veto was sustained witha vote of 17-yes, 15-no, and 1-abs. ADJOURNMENT A motion rwas made and carried to start the budget at 7:45, and to limit the meeting until 9 pm. Then, a motion to adjourn was made and passed at 7:25.

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Student Association State University of New York Senate 10th Legislative Session 9th Senate Meeting VOTING RECORD Hunzikel Rubenstein Baechle Barrows Barry Vaughn Bartow Bird Bkisson Brutuan Cesari Conf ino Curnmings Axelrod Dullahan Grand aeeney Daley ~erdsl Lawrence Lincoln Magool .ahgan Madrid Beisman Muluey Nicholson Reilly Robinson Schracr Seiden Snyder Spears Tompkins Wallace r:' Y Y n n Y n n n n n Y Y n n Y n n n Y Y n n Y Y n n abs abs n ;n October 21, 1974

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10th Legislative Session STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller Student Association President of the Senate State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 10th Senate Meeting AGENDA 1. Call to Order 2. Roll iCall 3. Approval of the Agenda 4. Executive Reports 5. Remainder of Program Fund Bills: A. Bill #33 0. Bill #47 B. Bill #34 P. Bill #48 C. Bill #35 D. Bill #36 E. Bill #37 F. Bill #38 G. Bill #39 H. Bill #40 I. Bill #41 J. Bill #42 K. Bill #43 L. Bill a44 M. Bill #45 October 23, 1974 Q. Bill #49 W. Bill #46 6. Adjournment

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Student Associatian State university College at Oewego Senate 10 th Legislative Session October 22, 1974 Minutes of Pro~ran Fund Budget hearing The Senate met at 7:45 pm. Those senators not present were: Tom Barry, John Bartow, Jjern$e Cumrnfngs rat DeBorm. \ subDiane Axelrod), Maqy PPanoovilla, Dave wand, Sigfrido Madrid, J fa Reilly Bfll Schraer,Bob Swanson, Bob Tompktns There was a motion to approve the agenda, and it carried, Joan announced that ~tudent/~cademic Affairs will have a very imy portant meeting at 3:30 on Tuesday, aad anyone is welcome. Bfll 12 was passed with 26yes votes. BU1 20 waa defeated with g-yes, 14-nq, and j-abs, &.11-21 rae friendly amended to change the funding of Ubas Edwards to only $72, which changed the total allocation to $$302.00, hen, the Bfll passed with 23-yes and $-no votes. Bill 22 passed with 26-yes votes. Bill 2f passed with 26-yes votes. BilLi-,24 After discussion, Marcie moved to amend to allocate another $1,770 for Tlight time, but then withdrew it. men, the bi1Z:passed with 26-yes. Bill 25 "$seed with 26ges votes +%ill 2$ passed with 26yes votes. ml 27 It was noted that the for the club trips was for HochesOer and Syracuse, and writtan into the Bill, and then the bilL was passed with 15-yes, aad 8-no votee, Dtane moved to extend the meeting until 9:45, and it carried with a majority nand vote, Then, Betty moved that if there are no obJections that we will record the vote on all legislation to be unaniroously in favor, The motion passed

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YAGE 2 Budget Hearing Minutes for the rrogmrn Fund, October 22, '74 A Quorum count was taken and 22 were present. was passed with 23-yes votes. 29 saa paetponed aith -23-yse vates. 3111 30 Joan I. moved to amend (Al) to allocate $500., with the understanding that the club will charge less then planned for the event. AL passed with a wsrity vote, and then the BU pasabd with 28-gel dz-ldbs, BS$~ 31 p~~sea with ?layes, rz and 1-abs. Bill 32 Diane moved. to amend fo ~@catet+~~~,mou alLol) f~p the visit of the Hussian students from Alba,ny. (4%) A1 passed by a vote of 16-yes, 5-no,and 2-abs. After a diviaion ~f the House, the vote changed to 15-yes, 6-330, and 2-abs, Sandy then announced that the meeting tomorrow night will be in! room 215 at 9~30. The meeting was ~ecrn@l%etil at 9:40 pm. L" e. *++~~~+~A*&*-~**~+*+~*+Q%*+**~XY~'~~*~***X**~*+**U**~+**~T******~~* f++*+**Y**s~+Qx-k~+xYYf*~*t*3t****~***~~~'1~*nwx*k**=****~*****x***** October 23, 19'74 can vote to ,allocate it, The Program Fund Budget Bearings for fall of '7&, The meeting was called to order at 9:QFj pm, Those senators not present were: Sue Baeclde, RQ~ Barrows, .Bernie Gummings, DeBona ( subviane Axelrod), Steva DuUahan, Mary Francovilla ( Peg Schell), sigfrido Madrid, W3, Schrasr, and Bab Swanson (sub-peter Yompson) A motion was made to approve the agenda, Sany noted that he would like to add ~illa, 29, 51, a,nd 52. There were no objections, and then the Amended agenda was pasaed by a majoritg vote, EXECUTIVE REYURTS Sandx, in speaking to the club represantatives explained again the budget procedure, emphasizing the fact that the clubs can still appeal to the senate for more $, and if the Senate wishes, they

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Budget Hearing Minutes for the Program Fund, Bill paused with a vofs of JO-yes. Bill 34 passed with a vote of %+yea. Bill 35 paased with a vote of ~OJSQB. Bill 36 Betty moved to amend the bU1 W alleaate only $3O,OO for operating expenses, deleting t&e oan;fbx%aoe money, (All Ak carried with 20-yes, T-no, and 3-aba. Then, We amended bill was tabled with 20-yes, 7-no, and 1-abs. Bill, 37 The bill was friendly amended to drop a SS entrance fee, and the total allocation was changed to 8I45,.O, then the bill was passed with 30-yes votes, Bill 38 ~ylvia moved to amend the allocation to $222.00 broken down as followsi $10 for parking, 60 for transportation, $34 for meals, 368 for lodging, and $50 for seminar fees, After a lot of discussion, AL sa ied with 28-~res and 2-no, hen, 1; after more discussion it came to light that the club bas rpemf bers who pay dues, and that -. only those members can vote. Upon r thi~, the Chair ruled the bill out of order because that-~~yocedure was strictly against SA guidaines. Sylvia challanged the ruling f of the chair on the grounds that now that the club has been-made awarj? of their violati'on, they will conform to the guidelines L., ,:r, $!'I in %hi2 area, and that to refuse them funding became of ignorame was unfair. Sandy's ruling was overridden with a vote of 19-yes and 12-no, So, discussion on the Bill was continued. Pb motion to amen8 as follows was made (A2):"All fundirq shall be removed if ~rokktheus fails to adhere to the SA guid=lines stipulating open membership to all SA members, or if they continue to collect dues as a grerequisite to vote in the organieation'! Diane . then move$,tot&bfe and it *as defeatad, Then, A2 carried with a vote of 26-yes, 2-no, and 2-abs. So, the Bill as amended carried with 27-yes and 3-no, John moved for Special Orders of the u3.y to consider Bill 52 and after discussion the motion was defeated.

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Budget Hearing k'inutes for the frogram Pund, Pall, 1974 October 23,1b74 Bill 39 Bill moved to amend as follaws {Al) : General Op. $110.86 Pall conf. Dinners, g30.00, Luncheons, 824.00, Trip to Ifo.cvm $50, and speakers ranel $18, with a total ofS232.86 The motion carried with 19-yes, 3-no, and 3-abs, Then, the amended bill carried with 19-yes, 2-no, and 4-abs. Bill 40 Dan moved to add $700 for a commander parachute, Then, Dave moved to adjourn because he didnl t feel as if the body was scrutinizing the budgets well, and was concerned about a "let's get it over witht8attitude The motion was defeated with 8-yes, 14-110, and 2-abs. Then discussion. oontinued an A1 mt%l the motion was defeated wfkh 3-yes, 22-no, and 1-ah. Then the bill passed with 22-yes and 6-no voted, Bill 41 passed with 27-yes votes. Bill 42 Sylvia moved to add 820 for travelling expenses and it carried, then the bill passed with 23-yes votes, Bill 43 carried with 21-yes and 2-no votes. bill 44 carried w%th 23-yes vates. &ill 45 carried with 23-yes votes, ill 46 Jeff moved to amend \All to add $156.00 for a tournarnendt in Southern Connetfcut, and 310 more far instructor s expenses. A1 carried with 21-yes and 3-no, Then the bill as amended passed with 22-yes and 2-110, Bill 47 There was a motion to amend, still allocating 8300 but with programming changes : General operations ;$l03, Holaes mown : $727, Gary Eichenberry : $50, and China talk and Slide Show $20. T@e amendment carriedunanirnously and so did the bill with 23-yes votes. Bill ,48 carried ananimousiy with 23-yes votes. Bill A9 Aqy moved to postpone because those representing the club had to leave, and wanted to amend the allocation, the motion carried with 23-yes votes, Bilk 5X ..was postponed by a vote of 23-yes vo,tes,

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~udget Hearings Program Pwad for Fall, 1974 October 23, 1974 Bill 29 was passed with 23-yes votes. Bill 52 Betty moved to grnena to the following: (Al) To allocate 8391 for transportation, meals cc lodgie, and officiale, from thr Ysogram E'und, and $1,601 for equipment from tue contingency fund, After discussion, the amendmest passed wi%h 18-ges, 4-130, and 1-abs. Then, the amended bill carrid with 18-yes, 5-no, and 1-abs. The meeting was adjourned at about 1 :AH.

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SENATE VOTING RECORD (program Fund Budget Heari nga, Fall, 1974) I Baechle Barrows Barry Bart ow Bird Brisson Brutvan Cesari Conf ino Cummings Axelrod Dullahan Francovilla Grand Greeney Hammond Hunzikel Jergel Lawrence lincoln Y Y Y Y abe y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y abs y Y Y n n Y Y Y Y Y Y absy Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Y s y abe Magoolaghan Madrid Mulvey Nicholson Railly Reisman Robinson Rubenstein Schraer Seidenn Snyder Spears Tompeon Tompkins Wallac6 Ttaughn

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PkG3 2 SENATE VOTING RECORD (program Fund Budget Hearings, ~allJ.974) I Baechle Earrows Barry Bartow Bird Brisson Brutvan Cesari Conf ino Cummings Axelrod Dullahan 3. Schel1. .."-.:. Grand Greeney Hammond Hunzikel Jergel Lawrence Lincoln Ma ggolaghan Madrid Mulvey Nicholson Reilly Re isman Robinson Rubenstein Schraer Seiden Snyder Spears Tompson Tompkins Wallace Vaughn Y Y Y Y Y Y, Y 9 Y-Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y n n n Y Y n y gbs abe g-. n Y Y Y Y Y F n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y P abs aba n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Y Y Y n n n n abs n Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y abe n y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abe abs y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y P Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abs y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y S' Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y n abs y 4 tr Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y n abs n y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y -. -7 S' Y Y Y n n Y n Y Y n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n Y

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PAGE ff 3 Baechle Barrows Barry Bartow Bird Brisson Brutvan Cesari Confino Cummings Axelrod Dullahan Schell ..Grand Gremey Hammond Hnzikel 'Jergel Lawrence Lincoln Plagoolahgan Madrid Mulvey Nicholson Reilly Re iaman Robinson Rubenstein Schraer Seiden Snyder Suears ;Tompson Tompkina Wallace Vaughn SENATE VOTING RECORD (Program Fund Budget Hearings, Prill, 1974) Y Y n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -. Y' Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y .I n :J Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y abe abe Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -, Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y I n n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ? + aba n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 12th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting October 29, 1974 AGENDA 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy Miller 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business A. Bill #36 B. Bill #49 C. Bill#50 D. Bill#51 8. New Business A. PPB Report B. Athletic Advisory Committee 9. Adjournment

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 13126 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University of Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session %%th Senate Meeting ~cnate Minutes The meeting was called to order at 6:10 pm.. Those senators not resent were: MaCf Francovilla, Pat DeBona (sub-'Diane Axelrody, Herb Hammond (sub-~1Ete ~truzinski), Dave Robbson, and Ed Vaughn. The agenda was approved by a majority hand vote. The minutes were approved by a majority hand vote, EXECUTIVE REPORTS Eked the Finance Committee for the excellent job they did the Program Fund Budgets. -After discussion, it was decided that the Senate would meet nest Tuesday as usual, even though it is ElectionDay, most senators expected to attend. Bregg -reported on the FSA Board of Director's Meeting: the machines will be moved to where the old service line was, behihd a partition from the present service line. The meeting was quite productive, in discussiong the overall College Food Service situation. Gregg also gave a general history of the founding of F68, etc. -Gregg read the summons that he received from thesupreme Court which deals with the credibility of the Senate (challanging the academic standing of members, and the faculty membership) and gave his response: -If the charges read are correct then every action that SA took since 1971 is null and void. -It appears as if the people who filed the charge biafnt do much research -He gave the history of faculty representation, and the legislative route that it took -He then explained that the freshman senators must be in good academic standing or they wouldn't be here. Then, he went on to site what in his mind is the bigger issue involved; not:the dubiousness of the constitutionality, but the dubious action on the part of the organization (OSPIRG) who filed the complaint.

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Senate Minutes bt~be+ r 29, '74 Page 2 EXECTFIVE REPORTS (cont) Gregg went on to stress the point that the Senate should not be intimidated by this charge, and that they still have the right to allocate $-from the contingency fund as they see fi*, -&egg then called attention to the memo he sent around, to noatinate Kurt Spears for Chief Justice, and asked that the @enate approve it ,-;. -Although he won't be here next week he will lave sespensed with all of the bills from the budget. Then, Sandy in order to give equalztime, asked John Mcgrane,if he had anything to say an behalf of PIRG, and he said that he thinks that it should be decided in the cou$t, not in the Senate. COMMITTEE REPORTS Qtudent/~cademic Affairs Joan explained that the two resolutions in the packet should be sponsored by the committee, and not kyber-;0nd &hat Res, 5 should be changed to read that the drop dates will be ao sooner than the 10th week of semester courses, and the 5th week of class for the quarter courses. -She exlained what the $1,000 was for in Bill 50, and stressed the impartam that the Faculty-levahation get out before regbtration -!he committe won't ac*. on the car pooling questionaire becuase there was little feedback, and it appeare as if car pools are already in effect to some extent. There was a suggestion that the questionaire be printed in papers other then the Oswegonian, because many commu-ker senators don't read it, and the suggestion waa accepted. -Tom Larson was ap~inted tb the Library Council -Amy reported that-:.the administration is askting for 3 senior students-to be part of the Distinguished Teaching Award Screening Committee, and asked if anyone was interested in doing it. 25 people volunteered, Diane Axelrod, and Sandy Miller. Election Committee, only 3 people showed for the meeting, so they idntt do anything. It then came out that the eleutions for Oneida Hall are all set up.-l Sonstitutional onv vent ionKurt reported the good response to last veekws add, and said that they'll get started soon. Rules Ron asked everyone to stay after a bit after the meeting, tot a time of meeting, etc, OLD BUSINESS -Bill 6 There was a motion to take it off the tabla, but it was dthdrawn, becawa the previous questions were still unana-ed. There was a roticn to table, and it carried nnanimously. was friendly amended to read: $2,000 be allocated to the from the cbtingency fund, After discussion the bill passea with 29-yea, 2-no, and 2-abs. There was a motion for Special Orders of the Day to deal with bill1 54 and 55, which were written on the spur of the moment. i ill 54 allocated $1,000 to the Da Care center) (Bill 55 allocated $1,000 to Studenlt Aoademfc Affairs 3 both from the contingency fund.

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Senate Minutes .-October 29, 1974 Page 3 Bill 54 passed with 29-yes, 3-110, and 1-abs. Bm passed with 32-yes, and Labs, Dm1 there was a motion to table, and it carried unanimously. noone was present due to a excusable. broken Bill 36 was taken 'from the table because someone from the club -up to clear up the situation. Amy moved to amend (~1) to include the $207.27 requested for the conference, Diane moved to postpone for a week, buh it was defeated with 6-yes, 23-110, and 3-abe, A1 carried with 21-yes, 840, and 3-abs, Then, Betty moved to amend as follows: (~2) SA members will be required to pay no fee and non-students required to pay $1.50, A2 carried with 31-yes and 1-no. Then, the bill as amended passed with 30-yes and 240 votes. ($237.27 allocated) Joan shouted that the ~tudent/~cademic Affairs Committee will meet at 3a30 Tuesday, and ADJOURNMENT !he senate stood adjourned at 8:00 pm, Senate Voting Record (October 29, 19*/4] Baechle YYYYYY Barrows YYYYYY B=rg YYYYYY Bartow YYYYYY Bird YYYYYY Brisson y y y abs y y Brutvan yn y n y y Cesaril Y Y Y Y Y Y Confino Y Y.Y n Y Y C-ings Y n Y y y y Amlmd Y Y Y Y Y Y YYYYYY Grand Y Y Y-p-Y Y Greeney y y y abs y y Strusinski y y y abs y y Hunziker y y y n y n Jergel YYYnYY -.. Lawrence nYYnYY Lincoln YYYYYY Wiwo~a'ghan Y Y Y n Y Y Madrid YYYYYY Mulvey YYY YY Nicholson y y y ny y Re illy nYYYYY Reism YYYnYn Robinson YYYYYY Rubenstein y y y y y y Schraer YYYYYY Seiden YYYYnY Snyder YnYYYY Spears abgsabs Y Y y Swanson Y Y Tompkins Wallace YYYYYY -. ., abs 7 .Y Y-a _Y. Y -%As = -5..*&...4--* Y .. >,

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE STATE UNlVERSlTY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 10th Legislative Session 208 Hewitt Union -4 Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislation 12th Senate Meeting November 5, 19 7 4 AGENDA Call to Order' Roll Call Approval of Agenda Approval of Minutes Executive Reports A. Gregg Gates B. Sandy Miller Committee Reports Old Business A. Bill #52 B. Bill#53 C. Resolution #4 D. Resolution #5 New Business A. PPB Report B. Athletic Advisory Committee 9. Adjournment

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Student Association State University ~ollege at Oswego Senate 10th ~egiolatfva Session 12th Senate Neating November 5, 1934 The meeting was called to order at 6:10 pm,, The agenda was approved by a majority hand vote. The minutes were cormcted under the Election Committee Heports ; 5 people were present, not 3. Then, so noted, the minutes were approved. sUCUTIVE REPORTS Ess -We commuter office will open on Pawember 11, and he passed out the work schedule, explaining that if no one si& up, the-off~ce simply will pot be open. He alsp asked for help in getting the office U shape to open. (urban renwwal) -sand3 announced the beginning of a new S~uate mini lecture series. There will 10 15 minute speeches followed 'bp a snort'gut@tion and answer period. The first one wl11 be M~or Laearek, ggmakfng on SA and the community. If aqyoner has any ideas for other interestiag people-to give a short lecture, please contact San$lg. +, ~andj pearl the resignation of surt Spears, and after sepa ,c&fusfon, the VOI~ !was set aside until af tcr the Kules Committee repq~g; Qn B%s rrcomrada$ion for Chief-Justice, (the reason for his rasimatian)q rrow,from 11-6. Aannounced that no%ikewEfer ittte aae%ings will: Im sabnt:'Qa~ printouts for faeuAty e*a&U&tPtm grc os0k .and the cornittee rLll be working all reekad to get tbim out ation. The committee will met at 2 :00 on I'huradag Rreported that the cmrnittw maanimxmly recomaends Chhf Justice of the Supreme Court, and $or Gha&,yperson t ional Convention, t .~.~ri [, :;[\I There waa$!W ,itrotion to accept the recommendation as Chief*. ~n~th'de, no one d$kcted, and the motion carried. The11 there me a mot;iora do approv@ t p hisaxanation for Chief Justice, ad it carried un@m~usly. There wae aaaotion to accept the recommendation for Chairperson -of the Consti;S;u%ioaaX Convention, and it carried with a majoriQ hand vote, Th-, a mbti6n to appros his nomination f~r Chairpersola aae made, and carried uapimou&y. . Pi~(~1ce' 0~miit~ut Barie asked that all menbars stay after to, aebt wtth her for a inksat* Then, .the letter of reshgnation from Kurt Spears was accepted rzn~lirnouely,

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senate minutes November 5, r74 Page 2 OLD 3USIPiASS Bill 52 was not brought h,tha floor because all sponsorship was withdrawn. Bill after diseussian, pasecd unanimously. dfon 4 was amended by the cornnittee to deal with the changd in course requirements, and the #'new humanities. A fco, a list of parties to receive copies was attached, Yhe resolu ion paased with 26-yes, 1-no, and 3-abs. 4 A motion for Special urderg of the uay was made to consider Kesolutions B ad 9 next on the agenda, and it carried with 2/3 vote. #&olution 8 speaks against the proposed required proficiencg exams n Eng is Cornposf;tion before grdduaticm, and will be sent to the !t--rTsame partiea as resolutLon 4, This paased with27-yea, 1-no, and 2-abs. Resolution speaks against Lhe proposed required profic&ency exam in / ernatics hefore graduation, and will be sent to the same parties as Resolution 4 L 8, This passed with 29-yes and 1-ab~. i3esolution 5 was passed unanimously and will be sent to the same partias in thet above resolutions. B6W BUSINESS MIA, the Exrcuhiye Council ; Ron Olzinski mentioned the bU1 for next weeke s meeting concerning meals, explaining that it orf ginated from the council, and if anyone has any qu~ations about it, or juat wants to discuss it please see him, or any other of the committee members, Alao, on behalf ~f the a'ootball team, ha thanked SA $or the support and encouragement they gave the team this season, and that it was in fact a great season. ADJUURNbBlJT The Senate stood adjourned at about 8 pm. Those Senators not present were: 2om Barry, Jam Cesari, Pat DeBo-. {sub-Diane Axelrod), Mary Frarrcovilla, Dave Grand, Sylvia Greeney Herb Hammond (sub-A1 i ce Struz inski) Sig5;erSdo Hadrid (sub-Art ~ocsdell) !P&~~lyarWT~~u&,~ue~is Mahoney), and Kurt Spears (sub-Walter Wasileaski)

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE 10th Legislative Session STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OSWEGO, NEW YORK 131 26 208 Hewitt Union Sanford Miller President of the Senate Student Association State University College at Oswego Senate 10th Legislative Session 13th Senate Meeting November 12, 1974 AGENDA 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Executive Reports A. Sandy Miller 1. Mayor Lazarek B. Gregg Gates 6. Committee Reports 7. Old Business A. Bill #56 B. Bill#57 C. Resolution #6 D. Resolution #7 8. New Business A. PPB Report B. Athletic Advisory Council 9. Adjournment