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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1969
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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sarate programs, such as the col
lie for environmental design, and
receive separate accreditation,"
Asked of his qualifications to be
a senator, Lawler said he has worked
v.ith people in the service, and, as
a computer technician, he "un
derstands the problems of an
engineer." , t
DOUG SCOTT, a student in
6231 Walkir Ave.
architecture, said that the proposed
college of environmental design "has
everyone's approval" but that it has
"bogged down somewhere" and, as
a student senator, he would try to
Scott said that he has been active
in the AIA and other architectural
organizations so that he "knows peo
ple in the college," and has had ex
perience in student government in his
"Since students are the primary
beneficiaries of the educational
system, they should have some say
OLENBERGER SAID he was ap
pointed to ASUN in March, and is
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'the only incumbent senator
sngineering and architecture."
Olenberger said the decision making
role of the student is not as "big as
it should be," but will improve when
the "Student in the Academic Com
munity" document is implemented by
the Committee on Siu:ient Life, a 13
member committee of which 7 are
students and, according to Olen
berger, "answers only to the
The possibility of an Advisory Board
for engineering and architecture, "to
give more students a chance to voice
their opinions," would be considered
by candidate Loren Hanson.
Hanson said that as a senior in
engineering, he "knows the scope of
the affairs of the college" and now
las the free time to devote to serving
as a senator.
HANSON SAID that students should
serve in an advisory capacity in the
making of the University's academic
decisions, "but should have the say"
concerning extra-curricular ac
tivities. Tony Martinkus, an engineering
student, said that ASUN is more con
cerned with arts and sciences, but
as a student senator, he would "have
a chance to do something for his col
lege" and "would be available for
Martinkus said he served on the
reapportionment committee and has
been active in floor government and
"The student attends the University,
but the administration tells him what
to do." Martinkus said. "If we show
the administration that we're
responsible, there are a lot of things
we could do for ourselves."
JOHN ROSENOW, a student in
agricultural engineering, said that he
is in favor of a greater student voice
in course selection.
"Ag engineering has a new cur
riculum and some of the courses leave
something to be desired," Rosenow
said. "Since I'm going through this,
I feel I'd have some idea on selecting
a good curriculum."
Rosenow said that Student Senate
should "provide an official statement
of student opinion to be considered
by the Board of Regents" hopefully
"to bring about trends, taking the
place of demonstrations, which have
no decision making power to them."
Harry Silver, if elected, said he
would "work for more cooperative
programs between students and ad
ministration." SILVER SAID he has been in
engineering three years, knows the
students in his college, and since he
has been initiated into two honoraries,
feels the students know him and can
relay their problems through him to
On student power, Silver said that
he wouldn't be for "complete control"
now, but "could see it In a couple
Df years," adding that "he supports
bill 24" and "it could be a useful
tool if implemented properly."
Stan Peters, a me. hanical
engineering student from India, said
he is running to "make the voice of
the foreign student heard."
"The housing office tells the foreign
student to come live in the dorms,
overlooking the fact that he is unac
customed to this type of life," Peters
continued on page 4
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