The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 22, 1998, Page 3, Image 3

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By Jessica Fargen
Assignment Reporter
President Clinton wants to
know what UNL students think
about his State of the Union
address next Tuesday.
ASUN President Curt Ruwe
announced Wednesday that the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
has been chosen by the White
House to host a “Watch Party” for
the speech on Jan. 27.
Ruwe said the speech will
probably be played on television
in the Nebraska Union, and a pub
lic discussion group - sponsored
by the Student Impact Team and
the Association of Students of the
University of Nebraska - could
discuss key points and impres
sions of the speech.
In other news from ASUN’s
weekly meeting, Senator John
Weichmann, chairman of the
Government Liaison Committee,
said he met with Omaha Sen. Dan
Lynch and his advisers to discuss
a deferred maintenance bill that
^could provide $5.5 million for
UNL campus renovations within
the next 10 years.
He added he would probably
be asking ASUN senators to write
letters supporting the bill.
Weichmann said he plans to
meet with state senators to dis
cuss the “Brain gain/Brain drain”
bill this week, which GLC will
also be lobbying for.
Senate Bill #19 was passed
recognizing the UNL Equestrian
Team and COMMIT as student
organizations. COMMIT was also
recognized as a student election
Viet Hoang, speaker of the
senate, announced openings for
the following positions: Fine and
Performing Arts senator, appoint
ments board, union board and the
sexual orientation subcommittee.
Each week, the Daily Nebraskan will feature a
member of the Association of Students of the
University of Nebraska.
Name: C.F. Simmons
Year: Senior
Major: General Studies
ASUN position: General Studies senator, vice chairman of
the committee for fees allocation.
Contact information: Simmons can be contacted through the
ASUN office in the Nebraska Union. The phone number is (402)
Other involvement: Vice president of College Republicans,
Secretary of the Interfratemity Council, member of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity.
Why ASUN is important: Simmons said ASUN was the only
way he could think of that students could be heard. ‘There are
not a lot of avenues for students, and this is the most positive one,”
Simmons said.
Responsibilities in ASUN: As vice chairman of the Committee
for Fee Allocation, Simmons said, he helped determine where
money from the student activities fee should go. “We try to make
sure student money is spent well and programs are benefiting
students,” Simmons said.
Current ASUN projects: Simmons said UNL fee users such as
the University Health Center and Lee and Helene Sapp Recreation
Center submitted budgets last week. The committee wiH go over
the budgets and decide what needs to be cut or added, Simmons
said. Within the next couple months, Simmons said, they should
have a “pretty good idea" where the fees will be sent.
Biggest challenge lacing UNL: Ensuring that students are not
overwhelmingly charged and don't lose services they have now,
Simmons said, is the biggest challenge facing UNL. "We need to
make sure that students are getting all they can," Simmons said.
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