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“I want to see students be a little
bit more aggressive and the adminis
tration more responsive,” he said.
Other ACTION party goals
included creating a World Wide Web
site to help bring awareness, efforts
and achievements of RHA to all stu
. dents. ACTION also will continue
working with the greek system to
sponsor social and educational
“We have a great foundation to
build upon,” Wallace said. “It can
only get better from here.”
Those elected to RHA have 24
hours to accept or decline their posi
tions. Other positions filled
Abel: Joshua Gowen, president;
Rick Stava, vice president; Nick
Ortmeier, secretary; Stephanie Dill,
treasurer; Andrew Bayer, Matt
Belcher, Matt Knobbe, senators.
Sandoz: Stephanie Shalla, presi
Harper: Joe Scharfbillig, presi
dent; Dan Becic, Jerrod Novotny,
Schramm: Elizabeth East, presi
Smith: Emily Moran, president;
Courtney Mears, senator.
plex: Courtney Cullan, secretary.
Cather: Jennifer Hood, presi
Stephanie D. Shalla
Jocelyn E Walsh
Alt candidates have
turn down their positions.
* has not yet acceptedposition
dent; Jason Ball, treasurer;
Dammian Tucker, senator.
Pound: Kasey Kerber, president;
Jennifer Conklin, senator. <
Cather/Pound: Jason Ball, secre
Neihardt: Jocelyn Walsh, presi
dent; Timothy Gotschall, vice presi
dent; Chris Stone, secretary; Kate
Hartwig, treasurer; Michael
Butterfield, Laura Sullivan, sena
tors; Kristi Vavrina, public relations
Burr/Fedde: Nate Fuerst, presi
dent; Travis Wollen, vice president;
Ashley Fritz, secretary; James
Selleck: Julian Sundaram, presi
dent; Dennis Thiel, vice president;
Thomas Gemelke, secretary;
Thomas Park, treasurer and senator.
Chancellor’s class cleans up downtown
By Kim Sweet
Bright, hooded figures with trash
bags in hand splashed through the pud
dle-filled sidewalks of O Street in pour
■ ing rain Wednesday.
Underneath the tightly tied hoods
were members of the Chancellor’s
Leadership Class. They walked block
by block, picking up rain-soaked debris.
Each year the class participates in a
different project to add community service
to its curriculum. This is the first year the
entire class worked on the same project
“As a large group, we can do more
outreach to the community and show
more of what we do,” said Stacey Duncan,
Chancellor’s Leadership Class assistant
The class took part in the project
with the owner of Temptations Dance
Club, Rusty Frazier.
Frazier said he has worked \yith
many groups through his new program
called DANCE - Downtown All
around Cleanup Exercise. The program
was created to improve students’ and
bar owners’ reputations around town.
|The barsdowntowm get a really bad
name,” Frazier said. “Our main focus
was to work with UNL students because
students are our main customers.
“This is a good opportunity for both
to get rid of bad images.”
Frazier has been working with stu
dents for four years in projects aimed to
clean up downtown. As a reward for stu
dents’ help, Frazier opens up his bar to
organizations to put on their own fund
Erin Fujan, a member of the leader
ship class, said she thought the project
would help her and her classmates.
“I don’t think too many people
know what Chancellor’s Leadership
Glass is, “ Fujan said. “This might help
build our image.”
The class also will help beautify
downtown, Frazier said.
The inclement weather didn’t seem
to dampen the spirits of the members of
Duncan said, “We’re picking up
trash on O Street in the rain, and we’re
excited about it”
Journalism senator elected as speaker
By Jessica Fargen
Although the temperature in the
Centennial Room was 66 degrees
Wednesday, debate for the new
Speaker of the Senate heated things
Matt Boyd, senator for the
College of Journalism and Mass
Communications, was elected new
speaker after about two hours of
debate. After speaker candidates pre
sented their platforms, they left the
room so other senators could openly
debate which would be best for the
Boyd told senators he would pro
vide a “fresh perspective and nonsat
urated point of view” for ASUN.
“I’m very new,” he said. “I’m not
sure exactly all the things I can do,
but I would like to encourage all of
the senators to be proactive in letting
students know who they are and what
they can do for them.”
Boyd, a 21-year-old broadcasting
major, said he hopes to get more stu
dents aware of and involved with the
Association of Students of the
University of Nebraska. Getting out
and just talking to students and deans
was on his agenda.
Boyd said the town hall meetings
ASUN President Sara Russell held
were perfect examples of ASUN
coming to students instead of stu
dents coming to ASUN.
And when it comes to senators
getting out and attending student
organization meetings, Boyd said the
existing system of assigning senators
to a meeting was fine, but the
enforcement could be stepped up.
Boyd said he was surprised he
won, and he recognized the quality of
the candidates he ran against.
Boyd ran against senators Andy
Schuerman, Paul Schreier and Kara
Slaughter, who were all involved in
ASUN last year.
In other news, commendations
were given to past ASUN executives
Curt Ruwe, Amy Rager, Malcolm
Kass and Viet Hoang. The Institute of
Agriculture and Natural Resources,
in its 25th year, and outgoing mem
bers of the Academic Senate were
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