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Fee Allocations Board
Outreach given funds
Fee Allocations Board has agreed to allocate student
fees to Outreach.
Outreach's original request of $1,433 was cut by the
board to $1,000. They specified that $833 go for salary
increases and $167 be used for speaker's bureau
expenses, exclusive of travel to national meetings.
The board also agreed to form subcommittees next
year in order to aid groups seeking funding.
Jim Lewis, originator of the proposal, said the
purpose of the subcommittee is to help groups seeking
money to form their proposals.
He added that the subcommittee would also take a
burden off the board. Instead of requiring the board to
hear every proposal, Lewis said the subcommittee
would be able to make recommendations to the board.
"Easy decisions" would be passed on the
recomendation of the subcommittee. The full board
could also hear petitions if they so desired, Lewis said.
Also approved was a proposal to hear requests at
times other than those designated by the spring
calendar. The board stipulated that a written
justification must first be submitted by the group. The
allocation hearing would then be held upon support by
three members of the board.
Revisions made public
A hearing to make public the proposed revisions
in the University of Nebraska's five-year plan,
"Toward Excellence," will be held next Wednes
day in the Nebraska Union, according to Faculty
Senate President Richard Gilbert.
A similar hearing will be held later in Omaha,
Steven Sample, the vice chancellor for academic
affairs, will conduct the hearing which is the result
of a request by English Professor Paul Olson that
the plan's revisions be better publicized, Gilbert
I he hearing, he said, will provide "an orderly
process by which people can make their vievs on
the plan known." '
Gilbert said next Tuesday's Faculty Senate
meeting will begin an hour early so that the
revisions may be discussed by the Senate before
the plan is presented to the NU Board of Regents
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II YEARS AGO
December 6, 1914-"The usual Messiah program
will be given by the chorus under the direction of Mrs.
Raymond at convocation Thursday December 17. The
chorus work this year has been considered exceptional
ly qood and an excellent program is expected of them.
In addition to the chorus, Mrs. Raymond would like to
have an orchestra of stringed instruments, f there are
any students who would like to try out for playing
stringed instruments for this concert they wih report to
Mrs Raymond, either at her office off Music Hail in the
Temple or at her home."
We believe that the Water Hole's
"Ban the Bra" ad run in this paper on
Wednesday, December 4 is sexist and
dehumanizing. It is exploitive of the
Women's Movement and an insult to
the intelligence of the people in this
University Community. We ask that all
people who agree boycott the Water
Hole and complain to the proprietors
until they offer us a public apology and(
Hnmnnc f to thnt thpv understand .the f i
reasons why this ad is being protested!
THE RISING OF THE WOMEN WILL
BE THE RISING OF THE PEOPLE!
FREE OUR SISTERS,
-the Women's Resource Center and Concerned People In
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Sat. Dec. 14, 1974
9 u.ni.-5 p.m.
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UPC will hold interviews and select new members to take office early in February.
Positions to be filled are :.
4 members-at-large'(to become UPC officers)
Chairpeople for the following committees:
Talks & Topics
For information about UPC
and individual committees,
come see us in the Union
Program Office (Rm 115)
Record Lending Library
Model United Nations ; vv?
Contemporary Arts , -;
Jazz'n Java 'V i ,V -Visual
Arts (Art Lending ;
. :; V Library & Displays)
Applications forms (due by noon, Dec. 13)
and sign-up sheet for 15-minute interview
on Dec. 14 also available in Union 115.
Here's a chance to learn by doing, to organize and administer
exciting programs, and to serve your fellow students in a
.nn-no uoi a rhptnr.fi to ' 'ne tin volved " and see some results.
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You've been wanting a calculator.
Now's the time to buy one, while we're
having a sale on selected models.
10-20 off regular price. Come talk to our
calculators. They'll talk savings.
frfddy, december 6, 1974
Lower Level Nebraska Union
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