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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1973)
The sub-committcc of the ASUN
Lnvironmental Task Force listed 13
recommendations in their "An Evaluation
of UNL Residence Halls."
1. "Restrictions on open hours should
be removed or relaxed to leave students a
much greater latitude for determining the
type of visitation arrangements in which
they prefer to live. One possibility that
should be seriously considered is setting
up some dorms with pre-established
policies to which students would apply.
2. "There should be a similar
relaxation of restrictions on the use of
alcohol in University livingunits.
3. "We recommend that there be some
floors set up that have both male and
4. "Residence hall staffs should work
towards increased dorm programming,
not only of the social and entertainment
types, but also of speaker and discussion
events designed for educational
experience and personal development.
5. "The need for more and better
academic advising could be helped by
placing advisors in the residence halls and
also by providing a list of students within
each residence hall who are willing and
able to give general advice about their
6. "Attempts should be made to hold
more regular University classes within the
7. "We recommend the appointment
of a person in each complex to serve as
counsellor and human relations
resource-person to help the residence hall
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"If students can lay out their
professional career, it's amazing lo me
that they (regents) don't trust them lo
run their own social life."
"If people could easily find
off-campus apartments, the dormitories
would be in worse shape than they arc
now in regards to occupancy rate," he
"I'm afraid llie icgcnls will lake llie
approach of forcing sophomoies lo live in
llie donniloiics lo keep I lie occupancy
rale up," he said.
"II sophomoies were forced lo live in
llie dorms, il might push students over
the biink." lie said I hen. lie said, violent
pink1:, I would be the only ionise ol
:i. t i h
community play an active part in the
personal development of students.
8. "We strongly urge the creation of
special rooms and spaces for various
activities that cannot easily or
conveniently be carried on in any of the
present limited spaces available to
9. "The University could greatly
benefit from the establishment of a
residence hall whose programming and
facilities would be devoted to the various
Fine Arts, i.e., art, dance, music, theatre,
10. "When and if present dorm room
furniture must be replaced, the use of a
furniture pool or movable furniture, at
least, would greatly increase the
adaptability of the rooms.
11. "An improvement of high priority
should be the use of carpeting and other
types of soundproofing materials to
reduce the noise level in rooms, hallways,
study areas, and cafeterias.
12. "Better lighting would be a
significant improvement in dorms where
there is now no overhead light, or no light
shades for bare bulbs on the ceiling.
13. "Better use of cafeteria space
could create more relaxed and
comfortable atmospheres and smaller and
more varied seating arrangements.
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