The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 09, 1996, Page 3, Image 3

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By Tasha E. Kelter
Staff Reporter
After more than three weeks of de
liberation, ASUN Will vote tonight on
guidelines for the Outstanding Educa
tor award.
Academic Committee chairman
Bronson Riley said “little quirky
things” held up getting the guidelines
completed and into legislation.
Previously, Riley said, the Associa
tion of the Students of the University
of Nebraska had no clear, written
guidelines for the award.
“Right now we’ve got a founda
tion,” Riley said.
To get the Outstanding Educator
congratulatory letter, Riley said, a can
didate must receive 15 or more votes,
as opposed to the one vote that quali
fied them in previous years.
The 15-vote requirement will nar
row the field of recipients, Riley said.
In previous years, there were “pages
and pages” of candidates.
Last weekend, ASUN president
Eric Marintzer and Committee for Fees
Allocation chairman John Weichmann
attended the Big 12 Student Govern
ment Conference in Columbia, Mo.
The conference resulted in die for
mation of the Big 12 Student Govern
ment Alliance, an association devel
oped to lobby government on “issues
of mutual concern,” Marintzer said.
He said the alliance would give
many students the Opportunity to work
“This is important because collec
tively, we represent over 300,000 stu
dents,” Marintzer said.
Also during tonight’s 6:30 p.m.
meeting, Homecoming chairwoman
Andy Vuko will address the senate re
garding the Homecoming week festivi
Vuko said she hoped to build ex
citement and “make sure that everyone
knows this is it. This is the week we’ve
been planning for for six months.”
When we all work together, great things can happen.
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International Affairs Fall Events tor International Students
Bluestem Valley Farm Tour: See livestock and crops native to this area on Saturday, Oct
19 from 1pm to 6pm for $5.
Omaha Correctional Center Tonr: Listen to a presentation and see the inside of a prison on
Saturday, Nov. 16 from 8am to 2pm for $5.
Halloween Party: Enjoy a costume party for children at the East Campus Union on Sunday,
Oct 27 from 2pm to 3:30 pm.
International Student Leadership Workshop: Learn about leadership styles and cross
cultural leadership on Saturday, Nov. 23 form 8am to 3:15pm for $10. Applications will be
available in International Affairs.
Kansas City Trip: See the Nelson Atkins Art Museum, go Christmas slumping and enjoy the
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1996 Homecoming Schedule of Eoents
Pep Rally at 7:00 p.m. in the Coliseum
Tom Osborne, Players, Tommy Blaze, MC
Carnival at 5:30 p.m. in the Broyhill Plaza
Ace's High, free food, games
Homecoming Dance at the State Fair Grounds in the
Lancaster Building - Lie Awake, free pizza, drawing for a
Sears Sound System. Buy tickets at the Nebraska Onion
Booth or ASON (Student Government) Office, 115 Ne
braska Onion. Title sponsors are
the Homecoming Committee and
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