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GSL tables talk on rules and procedural changes
friday, January 16, 1976
By Liz Crumley
After an houf-and a-half of discussion, the Council on
Student life (CSL) tabled discussion on proposed changes
to their rules and procedures.
The proposal was developed by ASUN Pres. Jim Say,
other ASUN senators and four CSL student members,
including Paul Morrison, ASUN second vice-president,
former Sen. Carolyn Grice, and "rescinded" members
Chip Lowe and Judith-Anne Sadler.
The proposal includes provisions for CSL membership
and membership selection, terms of office and CSL's
powers and responsibilities which are similar to the ap
proved NU Board of Regents Bylaws concerning CSL.
However a new provision was added concerning con
sideration of CSL's proposals and meetings.
It stated that an approved CSL recommendation be
submitted to the Faculty Senate, ASUN Senate and
"those groups which may be directly affected by the
action." A copy still will be sent to the UNL chancellor.
These groups will read recommendations pertaining to
them and either approve or submit their altered recom
mendations to the chancellor.
The purpose of the proposal, according to Morrison,
is to accomplish what the ASUN Senate would like to see
changed in CSL. This will provide ASUN Senate and
Faculty Senate the opportunity to review what CSL does,
Tommeraasen will refuse NiU job
Miles Tommeraasen, UNL vice-chancellor for business
and finance, said Tuesday he will not accept the position
of provost and vice-president for student affairs at
Northern Illinois University (NIU) if it is offered to him.
Tommeraasen said he is one of six candidates being
considered. The position has been vacant since the
summer of 1974 when Richard Bowers left to become
University of Montana president.
"I had misgivings at the beginning when they asked me
to come speak with them," Tommeraasen said. He said
indication has come from the selection committee that
the NIU position would involve work in academic areas
rather than the management type of work he does at
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Before his current job, Tommeraasen was assistant
dean of the UNL College of Business Administration.
Tommeraasen also said he was concerned that NIU
did not have as wide a curriculum as UNL He said that
NIU has no Law or Dental College and limited graduate
Tommeraasen said he was told when he visited NIU in
early December that the selection process would continue
Other universities have called with job offers since the
NIU interview, Tommeraasen said, but he declined to list
them. He said he is not now discussing job possibilities
with any of the schools.
The need for an improved line of communication be
tween the three groups also was cited as a reason for the
There also was a provision giving organizations the
right to recall their appointees. Recall would be based on
previously stated procedures agreed upon by the
appointees, according to the proposal.
Morrison said he would like to see a sentence added
allowing the procedures to be subject to interpretation by
a judicial body.
However CSL faculty member, Dan Steller, said that he
thinks recall procedures should be defined by the appoin
tive body and therefore have no place in CSL's rules.
Bob O'Neal, CSL student member, also disagreed with
the proposal, saying that he thinks it is a "paper tiger"
and will not carry much weight.
The Student Court is now considering a suit involving
CSL and ASUN Senate rescinded members and O'Neal
said he didn't think CSL should act before a decision is
A special CSL meeting was called for next Tuesday, at
7 p.m. for discussion of a Housing Policy Committee
(HPC) task force report.
The report made seven recommendations including ex
tended 24-hour visitation options and coeducational living
and legalization of alcohol on campus with certain
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