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By Jane Owens
A two-step process for
complaints at UNL is
"organized and ready to use,"
after more than three years of
study and discussion, according
to Allan Dittmer, chairman of
the Committee on Equality.
After approving a Council
on Student Life (CSL)
proposal passed last January to
establish a Committee on
Equality and a Judicial Board
on Equality, UNL Chancellor
James Zumberge in September
named members to the two
Since then, the committee
has been having organizational
meetings, Dittmer said, and
now is "ready to go to work."
The Committee on Equality,
established to prevent
discrimination by race, creed,
or sex, can investigate charges
of "limitation or access to
participation in education,
social, cultural or other
activities of the University,"
according to the CSL proposal.
Discrimination also is
prohibited in housing
"supplied or regulated by the
University for students and
staff, including fraternities and
sororities, "unless based on
distinctions between the
sexes," the proposal states.
The committee also can
investigate discrimination in
Members of the UNL
community who have
should write Ronald Gierhan,
Office of Student Affairs,
Administration Bldg. 207 or
call him at 472-3260,
according to Dittmer.
The Committee on Equality
then will investigate the
complaint, he added.
The Judicial Board on
Equality can receive appeals
from the committee and
recommend policy changes. All
actions then will be forwarded
to the chancellor, the proposal
states. Two faculty members,
two administrators and three
students will serve on the
The establishment of a
Committee on Equality and a
Judicial Board on Equality
initially was recommended in a
1970 Report on Racial
Discrimination, prepared by
John Robinson, former CSL
chairman and former chairman
of the UNL English
A 1971 CSL proposal, based
on the Robinson report, called
for the establishment of the
Applications for next
semester's editor-in-chief of the
Daily Nebraskan are being
taken, according to Kelly
Baker, a Publications
Interested students may pick
up application forms at the
Daily Nebraskan office,
Nebraska Union 34, and must
return them to the office by
Applicants will be
interviewed at a special
meeting Friday at 2:30 p.m.
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Voboril. News Editor: Tim Anderson.
Special Editor: Ken Kirk. Sports Editor Rill r.. 01.
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Cheryl Westcott. Editorial
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