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"As of late I'm coming off as a radical student, but I'm not
really that extreme," said Residence Hall Association (RHA)
President Carolyn Grice.
Grice was referring to the lawsuit recently filed by RHA
against UNL concerning the visitation and alcohol proposals.
"Basically I think we (RHA) offered them two sound
proposals", she said. 'The regents defeat didn't make any
sense to me."
RHA wasn't represented when ASUN President Ann Henry
presented the proposals to the student senate, she said. They
were defeated in June with no discussion, she said.
Following the defeat, RHA officers met periodically over
the summer to examine possible alternatives. According to
Grice, the officers "decided that the lawsuit wouldn't hurt."
Shi; said RHA is trying to show that "we're responsible
students asking for self-determination through the lawsuit."
Although the lawsuit will take more time, she said RHA
preferred this course over the alternative of mass violations,
because the latter might produce an undesirable, although
If RHA loses the lawsuit, the only alternative is to return
to the summer proposals. However, if RHA wins, residence
halls will be able to determine visitation hours, she said.
When asked how long the lawsuit could last, she said it
"could take quite a while."
With the tension and responsibility of being RHA
president, Grice said that she is often tempted to take her
frustrations out on people, but instead vents her emotions on
the piano. "Music has to be my all-time favorite, activity-it
helps to relax me."
Concerning the boycott of extended RHA hours on home
football game Saturdays, Grice said, "What we wanted to do
was show parents that we don't have open house privileges all
the timi; in hopes that the parents would then complain to the
Grice said the biggest problem was" the dormitories'
inconsistencies in handling the boycott because of the lack of
communication. "Not all the halls understood what we
wanted," she said.
Two accomplishments of the boycott dealt with the
students' education regarding specific housing policy and the
positive response of some parents in agreeing to write to the
regents, she said.
RHA has a three-pronged approach towards the proposals,
which include educating students, parents, and th :
Legislature-"we're still working on that one," she said.
Concerning RHA's effectiveness, she said the resident
halls should start making the demands RHA has then "RHA
would be great."
"The residence halls are waiting for RHA to lead them-!
won't do this," she said.
She specified the RHA programming and communication
committees as having the most potential for providing dorm
unity. "If we could have a massive effort of all the hail
residents to instill pride in their dorms, RHA could reaL
more of its potential."
Grice said she would like to see the residence halls herons
stronger, but wants to continue working with the Greek
houses. She said her next goal is to broaden relations with tl'
Inter-Fraternity and Panhellenic Councils and promo iv
understanding and cooperation between Greeks and residence
Majoring in early childhood development and reading, she
said that the university is about "10 years behind in
everything, particularly in minority relations." There is ao
inadequate number of minority faculty, which only puts more
stress on student racial problems, she said.
"It's difficult for the minority student to adapt to lh
university," Grice said, saying that her adjustment was much
smoother because she got involved in campus activities.
However, she views her success in student leadership as ,mi
optimistic sign. "It's worked for me, so why can't it work to:
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