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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1975)
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UNL Red Cross wins donor award
UNL Red Cross
president Bob Sundberg
presents Daryl Swanson,
Nebraska Union assistant
director for administra
tion, with a plaque for
outstanding response by
UNL students to last
year's blood drive.
The award, given
annually by the Omaha
Regional Blood Center,
signifies excellence for
bloodmobile operation in
. Nebraska and Iowa.
Number of new donors,
total number of donors
and smoothness of
operation determine the
The Red Cross will
sponsor another campus
blood drive Dec. 8 and 9
from 10 a.m. to 4 pjn.
in the Abel North
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By George Miller ' . , ' . . ,
The ASUN Senate Wednesday was informed that newly
appointed Senator Art Chan had resigned, possibly under
pressure from the UNL administration.
In his resignation letter, Chan said he felt ho could not
serve on ASUN and continue his education at the same
time. Chan is a graduate assistant in the Economics Dept.
He said he felt a hostile attitude toward the senate by the
administration and the Daily Nebraskan.
However, Sen. Frank Thompson said pressure was ap
plied on Chan to resign after he had expressed his support
of a resolution sponsored by Thompson opposing construc
tion of the Campus Assistance Center in the main lounge of
the Nebraska Union.
Thompson said chis pressure was channeled through Ken
Bader, vice chancellor for student affairs.
He also said some of Chan's students complained that he
was using his position as a student teacher to promote
ASUN. However, Thompson said the students complaints
went to the Chancellor's office rather than to Chan's de
He added that Bader had pressured Chan because Chan
had reportedly called Bader something "vulgar" at the
last ASUN meeting.
Sen. Robert Simonsen, also an economics graduate as
sistant, said a survey was passed out to his classes by his
department chairman asking his students if he had abused
his position as an instructor.
He asked for full senate support on a petition to stop
construction of the assistance center until more student
input had been received.
Simonsen termed the administration's actions a "power
play" in order to get the assistance center built.
He said much supportive evidence on lack of student
input had been gathered, but a petition was needed to back
up the evidence.
"Without many signatures, we're left high and dry,"
However, he warned other senators who are also student
teachers not to circulate the petitions in their classes.
Thompson said Chan resigned from the senate fearing
he would lose his teaching position if he stayed on.
In other action, John Welch, chairman of ASUN Gov
ernmental Liaison Committee, reported that the results of
an opinion poll taken by Selection Research Institute to
gather student opinion on the possession and sale of alcohol
on campus would be announced at a press conference
However, he said $70 more is needed to pay for the poll.
He said ASUN bad appropriated $400, Residence Hall
Association $150, and the Union Board $35 for the poll.
However, he said the Interfraternity Council and the
Panhellenic Association refused to help in financing the
poll, worrying about possible adverse publicity if they
The Senate then passed a resolution appropriating $70
to cover the poll's cost, with $35 to be reimbursed by the
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