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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1976)
The NU Board of Regents will be aksed to arove J
$35 rate increase for double o
' dence halls, said fcchard Arms W
. housing, at a meeting sponsored by the Residence aii
n i I ' I Association (RHA) Thursday night.
, dents in the Nebraska Union.
. ' The increase is based on projected PT
to approve rise
1 . , r. - Anhu rnnm next vear, he said.
This is a three per cent price i? i
school year, compared to a nine per cent rise irom ivi
75 figures, he said. .
Armstrong told the group an additional $66 a student
was needed f0 have nextyeaVs housing budget be proper
tional to this year;S budget amountnaid for
However, ne saiu raising u.
in housing rates
friday, january 30, 197g II
single rooms over double rooms from $300 to $350 fa
"a legitimate way to bridge the $66 to $35 gap."
Armstrong said the total increase for housing residen
cy rates in the last three years is 25 per cent
Other RHA business Thursday night included the ap.
nroval of two sections from the Housing Policy Commit
tee Task Force's report on differentiated housing.
Unanimous approval was given a resolution asking the
regents to establish a housing option allowing for 24 hour
opposite sex visitation.
The council also approved the Task Force's recommen
dation asking regents to allow the use of alcohol in resi
dence halls with restrictions set up by the UNL
RHA ViceJ'resident Tom Bradley told the council an
election commission would be appointed soon for KJIA
elections. They will be in late February or early March.
Bradley, a sophomore living in Harper Hall, said one per
son from each residence hall will be appointed to the
FAB won t renew Campus Assistance Center bid
.l. nn nmnneal" arlvisnrv board meeting.
The Fees Allocation Board (FAB) Thursday night de
cided not to initiate another proposal for the Campus As
sistant Center (CAC), which was discussed by the board at
its Jan. 22 meeting.
Faculty board member Jim Lewis said he thought FAB
should not be involved in initiating the center's revival.
"It is not the right thing for us to do," Lewis said.
"The board was not formed to lobby support ideas.
Our involvement would be out of place."
Ely Meyerson, dean of student development, attended
the meeting and told the ooara mat me aaniinistrauuii
"has no intention of resurrecting the CAC proposal."
Meyerson said that he supports Lewis opinion.
According to Don Wesely, board chairman, the issue is
a question of jurisdiction. . .
"For myself it is a moral question of a project having
great potential and being dismissed," he said.
Lewis suggested that ASUN or the Council on Student
Life might be appropriate organizations to review the cen
ter and possibly reintroduce the proposal.
The board also discussed the policy of giving free meals
to Nebraska Union Advisory Board members oeiore earn
duru'Ji; wu-i ..... 0.
The FAB subcommittee on neorasxa union operations
suggested to Allen Bennett, Union director, that the
policy be discontinued, according to subcommittee mem
ber Sherry Cole. ......
According to Cole, Bennett said he believes it is his
prerogative to provide the advisory board members with
free meals. . ,
Lewis suggested that Ken Bader, vice-chancellor for
student affairs, be asked about supporting a uniform
policy concerning the use of student fees for meals.
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