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By Lori Clepper '
The ASUN Student Court only had
three cases last semester, but Chief
Justice Don Armbrust is pleased with
what the court is doing for students.
"We're working for the students
here. If they have complaints that are
within our jurisdiction, we're happy to
help," he said.
Armbrust and the six other members
of the court are not paid for their work.
They are selected by the outgoing ASUN
Senate and put, through interviews
before they are appointed.
Students serving on the court must
maintain a 2.75 grade point average,
have junior class standing and meet all
University regulations for participation
in extra curricular activities.
"We're like any other student
government organization," Armbrust
said. "It isn't the only thing we have to
do. It can be a lot of work. Last year, our
three cases came at extremely inconven
ient times -right before ASUN elections
Union art lend
will be Saturday
The Nebraska Union Art and Record
Lending Library will open for the year at
10 a.m. Saturday.
Students may secure priority tickets
which will assure them a place in line at
9 a.m. Saturday.
An assortment of old
records will go on sale at
actual lending library in
Prints will be loaned on a first come,
first served basis, with only one print
per student, regardless of the number of
student l.D.s he or she is carrying.
Students may go through the line again
after all ticket holders have had a chance
to select a picture if any prints are left.
The Record Lending Library will be
open from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, Nebraska
Union 122. Records may be checked out
for hvo weeks. The library has a large
collection of rock, classical, blues and
10, with the
and before finals. We had to really work
to get meetings in and the hearings
The most important case last year was
deciding if the ASUN electoral commis
sion had overstepped its authority In
putting out rules concerning ASUN
elections during the school year, he
Armbrust said the question was
whether or not senate candidates could
pool campaign funds for ASUN elec
tions. The student court decided they
The second and third cases were
combined because of their similarity,
Armbrust said. He said two students felt
they had been disqualified from the
ASUN elections unfairly. The court
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Armbrust said that although last year
the court only held meetings when there
was a complaint this year they will hold
regular meetings to decide on policy and
acquaint this year's members with
Part of the problem with the student
court seems to be that few students
know of it and what it can do, he said.
"I just don't know how many students
know abOut us," said Armbrust. "There
seems to be something of a communica
The powers of the court include:
matters of impeachment, matters of
interpretation of the ASUN constitution
and matters of contested elections.
The court also deals with matters
concerning organizations when referred
to the court by the NU administration,
the senate or an individual student.
Matters arising under the by-laws,
organic acts or senate ordinances or the
exercise of the powers of the President
of First and Second Vice-Presidents of
ASUN are also dealt with, he said.
Students who fee! the student court
can help them can either contact one of
the members of the court or submit a
written complaint to the ASUN office,
room 334 of Nebraska Union.
Court members are Ellen Thompson,
Dennis Kime, L?ee Wilkins, George
Rhodes, .Rick Holman and Mary J.
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