The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, July 01, 1975, Page page 2, Image 2

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RHA exchanges strategies
at national convention
With a little help from
Resident Hall Associations
Residence Hall Association
(RHA) is getting new ideas on
old problems.
Alcohol and visitation hours
are still issues, said RHA
Secretary Robin Buchman, but
new ways of handling them
were seen at the National
Association of College and
University Residence Halls
convention in May.
RHA is a lobbying and
activity coordinating
organization for dormitory
students.
For example, Buchman said
schools across the nation
handle alcohol in a variety of
ways.
Restrictions considered
The decision for RHA is not
whether it will work for
alcohol on campus, she said,
but with what restrictions it
will present -the alcohol-on-campus
suggestions before the
University of Nebraska
Regents.
The various suggestions will
have to be studied before
deciding, she said.
Buchman said she was
pleased that the Regents passed
the extended 10 ajn. to 2 ajn.
visitation hours but added that
RHA will push for more
visitation.
A request for extended
hours in Centennial College,
International House and the
coed living floors in Abel Hall
is being considered, she said.
Programs are new
However, RHA is hesitating
to request extended visitation
on the coed floors because the
program is so new, she said.
Evaluations submitted by the
coed living floor residents and
Complex Program Director
agree that more hours would
help the program, she said, but
if any problems arose because
of extended hours, the coed
living arrangement would be
endangered.
Centennial and
International House are more
established than the coed
floors, she said; so they could
probably stand a failure in
extended hours without
damaging the programs.
Not all additional hours to
be pushed for in the future
would be necessarily for room
visitation, she said, but could
be for longer visitation hours in
halls and lounges.
Not enough students
Another visitation problem
is the no-hour floors, said
Buchman, because there aren't
enough students to fil' even
one floor, Also, some r udents
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tunday, July 1,1975