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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1976)
friday, february 13 1973
FALL SEE.1ESTEH 197
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By Betsie Ammons ; . j
The UNL Residence Hall Association (RHA) votea
Itaday to raise the cost of refrigeratontalsto dom
tory residents from the current rate of $40.82 per year to
A doikr of the increase will go to RHA to finance con
struction of summer storage was for v&Tfre
dence hails, said Judi Siminoe, RHA Food and Housing
United Student American Industries (USAI), which
furnishes the refrigerators, have increased rental prices
one dollar, Siminoe said.
Siminoe said RHA acts as the middleman between
USAI and the resident. RHA receives a profit of $4 per
rented refrigerator, according to Sue Ihne, RHA president.
A $7 deposit returned at the end of the leasing period
is included in the $42.82, Siminoe said.
Siminoe said her committee investigated three other
leasing companies in an attempt to save dormitory resi
dents money. She said they decided to continue business
win USAI because a onerea uie iowi hkj.
USAI employs students from residence halls to div
tribute the refrigerators, rather than using outside help,
Siminoe said. ; ,
In other business, Ihne told the group she will present
a statement concerning a proposal to allow alcohol and
24-hour visitation in residence halls at the Feb. 14
meeting of the NU Board of Regents. The regents are
scheduled to vote on the proposal at that mee ting.
Ihne also said RHA week is planned for March 7
through 13. She said the purpose of RHA week is "t0
promote RHA as an organization and promote individual
dormitories. . "
A newsletter will be published at the beginning of the
week describing the accomplishments of RHA in the past
year, Ihne said. Residence halls should plan individual
events in observation of the week, she said.
Ihne said RHA representatives should ask their hall
governments to appoint one person to serve on the elec
tion commission for RHA elections, to be held in late
February or early March. Ihne said the commission will
be formed by February 19.
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FAB: Do we assess student fees,
or should we just allocate them?
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TVio f Allrtfatinn Board (TAB) Thursday night dis
cussed whether its role is to allocate student fees or to
both allocate and assess them.
The board expressed disappointment to Ely Meyerson,
dean of student development, that FAB was not told
about a change in recreation facilities fees.
The NU Board of Regents Saturday will be asked to re
designate the. fees as "repair and improvement fees to
allow recreational equipment repairs.
When Don Wesely, FAB chairman, asked Meyerson
why FAB was not told about the change, Meyerson said it
was an oversight.
."We didn't see the use of fees as deviating from the
original intention," Meyerson said.
Jack Guthrie, coordinator of business management and
programming for the center for students and organiza
tions, told the board that FAB's working papers state that
its purpose is to allocate and review expenditures of
"Your expression of dissatisfaction is getting into an
' entirely different domain, Guthrie said. w '
: Meyerson said FAB was conceived to allocate student
fees but that two years ago Ken Bader, vice chancellor
for student affairs, sougnt r ah s aavice on ree assessment
"The board has a dual role, Meyerson said. "Its pri
mary function is to allocate fees but also, at the request
of Vice-Chancellor Bader, to assess fees.
Wesely said he plans to discuss FAB's role with Bader
this week. '
FAB also discussed its "spring allocations process"
and Wesely suggested that the subcommittees hearing
budget requests use a uniform procedure.
Wesely added that hearings begin next week and organ
izations that have submitted a budget request also must
make an appointment for a hearing.
Mark Ebel, UNL coordinator of recreation, will present
a color slide show Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Recreation
Office at 1740 Vine St. on the interim backpacking trip to
Barranca De Cobre Canyon in Mexico."
M" It was incorrectly reported in the Daily NebraskanFeb.
12 that Ebel's talk would be Feb. 14.
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