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The ASUN Senate Wednesday passed a resolution which
censures the Board of Regents for their handling of the
residence hall visitation issue.
The resolution, passed by a 15-8-1 vote, also states that
the Senate opposes "the absurd open door policy," and
supports each dormitory deciding how many visitation
hours it should have.
The resolution, introduced by Sen. Bob Potter, met
some oppositions because a few senators thought it was
impossible to censure the Regents.
However, Sen. Karl Cochrane said, "If Regent (Ed)
Schwartzkopf can belittle us (ASUN) then why can't we do
the same thing to the Regents?'"
The Senate voted down a resolution, introduced by Sen.
Mark Rasmussen, which opposed using student fees for
paying part of the $150,000 to be used to renovate UNL
Rasmussen argued that since only 25 of the student
body live in dormitories, student fees shouldn't be used to
pay for the renovation.
The resolution failed by a 14-9 vot when it was decided
that it was impossible to tell how much of student fees
would be used in paying for the renovation.
The Senate also decided to hold a mass meeting in two
weeks to discuss the issues of alcohol on campus and ,
visitation in dormitories.
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"A big organization full of interesting people, is how
president Mary Cannon describes the Nebraska Union Board.
The board will interview Feb. 10 for four new members to fill
vacancies left by retiring members. There are three J-year
positions and one 1-year position open. Cannon, Vice-President
Dennis Martin, Dave Morrison and Wendy Baltimore are leav.ng
the board. Cannon, Martin and Morrison are be.ng graduated and
Baltimore is no longer a UNL student.
The terms are set up so half the boards members are
appointed each year. A 1-year term is available for juniors who
join the board, Cannon said. Applications are available in Union
Rising food costs arid decreased income from food services and
student fees because of an enrollment drop made i973 a tough
year financially for the board, said Union assistant director Deryl
"The food service income isn't as high as it should be,"
Cannon said. -Co
The board's budget for October through January was $18,952.
Budget readjustment was necessary, board members said. The
special films series, sponsored by die Union Program Council,
possibly will be dropped because it is losing money, Cannon said.
It currently is being continued on an experimental basis. Discount
meal tickets available. to students eating in the Harvest Room
were discontinued, she said.
"We don't expect to make money, but we can't afford to lose
money," Swanson said.
According to Martin, making the Union check cashing service
self-sufficient by charging a dime to cash a check was a board
accomplishment He said the dime charge doesn't bring a profit,
but pays for personnel. The board also decided to close the
Nebraska Union an hour earlier on weekends to save energy.
Martin said he hopes the board will make progress in getting
East Union plans ready to be reviewed with East Campus
Swanson said the East Union should "be out for bid in spring"
ardhbartt be-ready forrccJfJ3rtCY inutaMrf'igTff.' ef:"A e m
Both Cannon and Morrisoa said tisfiJhoughtstudeois should
communicate with the board mora man they do.
The board is representative of the student body, Morrison said,
"We ask students what services they want, but asking persons
their opinions isn't as spontaneous as their coming forth with
Cannon said when she first became a board member, she
wanted to give the board "a strong identity and wanted to make
it a public body."
Martin described the board's main purpose es a "restructuring
and policy changing" body.
Other board functions include budgeting for the Union,
appointing individuals for the Union Program Council.
Rm 338 Union-472-2534 or
ASUN Rm 334 Union-472-2581
Tha following courses have been suggested
to the NFU staff. If anyone is interested
in teaching or leading a course please
contact the NFU staff.
Contact any of the following people if you
have any questions, ideas or suggestions:
Diane BoKmont 475-1843
Missy Crltchfleld 435-2961
Nancy Fahlbefg 477-6031
David Howlett 475-1051
Mary Mass 475-8394
Kim Pfeiffef 435-2981
Ken Seger 475-8207
Brian Thompson 435-2961
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