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USED organizer calls
student rally a success
By Gordon Johnson
A USED student rally in front of the
Nebraska Union Friday morning was a sue
cess and played a major role in getting the
regents to approve student fee financing of
controversial speakers, said rally organizer
The rally, sponsored by University Stu.
dents for Educational Development, focus
ed its attention on the financial problems
of the University as well as the administra
tion's unwillingness to listen to students.
Students gave skits on the NU-Board of
Regents and still others, including instruc
tors, told the crowd what the university
needed in the way of leadership and fund
ing. "I recommend you go to a carnival this
afternoon. . ." Rinne said. One can see the
Regents acting with all the pomp of a car
nival and deciding issues for the university
without the interests of the students at
heart, Rinne said.
The crowd of spectators, which cheered
on the rally's actors and orators, grew to
about 200 students.
One of the main problems with the
regents and administration, Rinne said, is
that they know most students are here for
only four years. With that kind of a turn
over, they don't have to worry about a
large number of students becoming actively
interested in the operation of the university.
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Mary Tait, also a member of USED, pre
sented 14 student concerns to the legents
at a committee meeting Friday morning.
'They didn't address a single point.
They wanted the meeting to go on," Rinne
said. When something like this goes on,
they may suffer a sleepless night or a cold
But the regents soon forget about stu
dent concerns,, he said.
Rinne conceded that he didn't know
how much good would come of a group of
students attending the Regents meeting,
but he did think it might help in the
Instructors speaking at the rally stressed
that faculty and student concerns are simi
lar. One instructor stressed the political op
tions open to the students.
English instructor Bruce Erlich said that
the regents could be voted out of office
just as easily as they were voted in.
- If the students would find a candidate
to run for the NU Board of Regents, and
then get the students to campaign for him,
the student candidate could not help but
win, Erlich said. -
About 100 students later attended the
The USED organization will meet
Monday, Nov. 26 at 7 pjn. at a place to be
posted in the Union.
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Rocky Yapp, chairman of the Univer
sity Program Council told the regents that
a responsible effort to balance speakers of
differing political or ideological views had
been performed in the past, but the time
spent finding financial support narrowed
the choice of speakers who were available.
Schwartzkopf commended the UPC in
their effort to balance speakers.
! "I was very impressed with the speakers
and the student dialogue that followed,"
State Sen. Dave Landis of Lincoln and
NU President Ronald Roskens also ex
pressed support for a fee-funded speaker
Rinne and Belt said they hope that stu
dent support continues. USED plans to
discuss programs serving the minority and
oppressed groups on campus at the regents'
STUDENTS WHO ARE
o Gaining leadership skills
o Gaining career. experience
o Getting to know the university community
o Coordinating student programming activities
o Learning about budgets and long term planning
o Having a voice in how your student fees are spent
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