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Proposed ASUN Constitutional Amendments
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E. Students have the right to an equitable role in
formulation of housing policy which allows maximum individual
F. Students have the right to free discussion, expression, and
inquiry within the classroom.
G. Students have the right to an unprejudiced evaluation of
H. Students have the right to determine who shall have
access to their academic or non-academic records.
, I. The right to invite speakers, to publish, and to broadcast
J. Students and student organizations have the right to
contract to use University-owned facilities, provided the facilities
are used for the purpose contracted, subject to such
considerations as are necessary for use of the facilities.
K. Students have the right to participate freely in off-campus
activities when not .claiming to be officially representing the
University of Nebraska.
L. Students have the right to due process in all academic and
M. Students have the right to be free from University
discipline asserted as a result of an action which is in violation of
civil or criminal law providing the action does not concurrently
violate University regulations.
N. Students employed by the University of Nebraska have
the right to form student employee unions.
O. Student organizations have the right to enjoy recognition
by the ASUN provided that these organizations comply with the
procedural regulations for recognition as outlined by the ASUN.
Proposed Amendment to 1966 ASUN Constitution
The words "full-time" shall be deleted from all eligibility
requirements in the Constitution.
I approve the formation of NebPIRG. a student-controlled
public interest group, which is financed by a student due of
St. SO per student per semester. I understand any student who
does not wish to participate shall be entitled to a full refund
during the fourth week of each semester from an established
Student Fee Question
The following activities are supported in whole or in part by
student fees per student per semester:
Student Health ($21.00 from all students carrying 4 or
O Nebraska Union ($6.00 from all students)
Daily Nebraskan ($1.25 from all students)
Intramurals and recreation ($2.00 from all students)
ASUN ($.30 from all students)
Please punch out the activities you feel should continue to
receive student fee support.
Beer on Campus
The sale and use of beer on the UNL Campus should be made
legal for all those students 18 years of age or older.
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Russell Means is going home to stay this
After years as director of the Indian
Center in Cleveland, Ohio, Means said in
Gordon Wednesday he is tired of visiting his
home and people only during vacations, so
this summer he will move back to the Oglala
Sioux reservation at Pine Ridge, S.D.
"I never really wanted to leave here."
He was in Gordon, 50 miles south of Pine
Ridge, in his capacity as national
coordinator of the American Indian
Movement (AIM). AIM led a two-day
occupation by Indians of the Community
Building in Gordon to protest the local
investigation of a fellow Oglala Sioux's death
there Feb. 20.
The protesters went back to Pine Ridge
Wednesday after what Means called an
Before leaving for Pine Ridge the Indians
removed the red and white flag of the Oglala
Sioux Nation and a sacred pipe which had
been placed on a stage in the Community
Building during the sit-in.
In a solemn, quiet ceremony, tribal
leaders tat in a circle to tmoke the pipe.
Meant told the Indians they won their battle .
with the white man because of the power of
the pipe, and spoke of his future plans.
Means is scheduled to visit UNL Friday
for a World in Revoltuion Conference
function. He will participate in a six-member
panel discussion on Third World Justice in
the Nebraska Union Centennial Room at 10
He visited the University last April, when
he talked about Indian religion.
For 25,000 years Indians had a "Garden
of Eden" in America, he said then. "Indians
believe all living things come from our
mother the earth. She gives us the green
things, the winged things of the air, the
two-legged and the four-legged. All living
things come from one mother, and we s all
"But of all creatures, the only things
without direction are the two-legged. For
this reason, the Indian people said to
themselves: We are cursed with the power
of reason So Indians took hints from the
things around them," Means said.
'They tried to follow the life-styles of
the other living things. If you follow the
Indians' way of thinking, man is inferior to
all other living things, not superior, as tru;
white man's technology would lead you to
FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1972
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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