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Bylaw would reduce meetings
By Angie Brunkow 1
The Academic Senate will discuss
a proposed bylaw change today that
would reduce the number of times
Chancellor Graham Spanicr is re
quired to meet with its executive com
Leo Chouinard, a math and statis
tics senator, said the chancellor was
required to meet with the senate’s
executive committee every other
■mm The change would
R require the chancel -
U lor to meet wtyi the
■ executive commii
■ tee only twice a
month, and allow
SENATE"10, chancellor 10
replace one of the
executive meetings with an appear
ance before the entire senate.
When the original bylaw was writ
ten, the chancellor did not usually
appear before the senate, but Spanier
does, Chouinard said.
Chouinard said the senate would
also discuss a bylaw change requiring
Joan Lcitzel, senior vice chancellor
for academic affairs, to meet with the
executive committee once a month.
Chouinardsaid the executive com
mittee met regularly with Leitzel.but
it wanted to preserve that relationship
for the future.
“We don’t have protected bylaws
access to her,”Tie said.
In other business, the academic
senate will hear reports from the UNL
campus police, parking advisory com
mittee, libraries committee, employee
benefits, salary study and committee
Chouinard said he didn’t expect
the reports to cause any controversy.
But “you never know,” he said.
Fake campaign posters found at UNL
By Jeff Zeleny
Fake campaign posters claiming
support for the VOICE party were
found on the University of Nebraska
Lincoln campus Monday.
tion of Students of
the University of
dent, filed a com
plaint in the ASUN
office, alleging sign
tampering by student Rob Noha.
Sigerson was alerted to the signs
during Monday’s ASUN debate by
ASUN senator Jason Vogel. Sigerson
approached Noha and discovered sev
eral posters in his possession. Sigerson
said Noha was wearing a PARTY
sticker, but also said he was probably
not representing that party.
“I believe they did not do it,” he
Noha said the allegations were
false, and had nothing to do with
‘T had nothing to do with the signs,”
he said. “Me and (Andrew) Sigerson
aren’t friends. I think it was kind of
Noha said that Sigerson lied in his
I’m not accusing any one of PARTY’S
executives or managers, but obviously It came
VOICE first vice-presidential candidate
In the report filed by Sigerson, he
wrote that Noha told him he would
never be able to prove the charges.
Sigerson could not be reached for
Leslie Strong, PARTY first vice
presidential candidate, said Noha was
a PARTY supporter, but not an active
“Obviously he was more involved
than I thought,” Strong said.
Steve Dietz, PARTY presidential
candidate, said Noha was a personal
friend, but Dietz did not authorize or
have any knowledge of the signs prior
to their distribution.
“If the intentions were to help us
out, I’m sorry that happened,” Dietz
One poster, confiscated by
Sigerson, had Trent Steele’s name
signed on the back, but Steele, VOICE
first vice-presidential candidate, said
the signature was wasn’t his.
“I certainly did not sign anything
like that,” Steele said. “I’m not accus
ing any one of PARTY’S executives
or managers, but obviously it came
“It detracts from the real issue of
j the campaign," he said.
Steele said the signs could have
been the work of an overzcalous vol
Noha said the signs probably came
from the VOICE party itself.
“I have no proof of this, but the
VOICE party put these out to blame
us,” Noha said. “It is a desperate
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care plan for Medicaid services” by
Kathie Osterman, public informa
tion officer with DSS, said that the
department had been working on such
a plan even before the group had
However, a managed care plan
usually takes years to develop, as it
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requires much research and must fol- $13.98 million in proposed budget
low numerous federal guidelines, she cuts to the university system would
said. not become a reality.
The task force also wrote in its Hecallcd the university a tremen
report that additional revenue would dous resource,” but said that some
be needed to offset the shortfall. cuts may necessary.
_ ^ r Wesely said that if the university is
The task force introduced 25 bills * not denied $14 million, the poor and
to the Legislature to accomplish this, ^ic disabled may be.
Wesely said one likely solution was a “When you go into light budgets,
tax on medical providers and ser- sometimes maybe a good expenditure
v,ces- may not be as high of a priority,” he
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Wednesday, March 10,1993
East Campus Union
Putting People First
A Response to the Animal Rightists
Putting People First is a non-profit grassroots organ
ization of ordinary people who eat meat, drink milk,
support biomedical research, wear leather and wool,
hunt and fish, own pets, go to zoos, circuses, and rodeos,
and benefit from the wise and rational use of the earth's
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Kathleen Marquardt, Speaker 7:00
Iniate/Regular Meeting 7:30
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