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Meeting minutes for Consolidated Student Senate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, February 26, 1980






Includes meeting agenda and minutes. CSUN Session 9 Meeting Minutes and Agendas.

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CONSOLIDATED STUDENTS UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS 4505 Maryland Parkway Las Vegas, Nevada 89154 Telephone (702) 739-3477 AGENDA SENATE MEETING #13 February 26, 19 80 Moyer Student Union Building 4:00 p.m. Room 203 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes #12 IV. Executive Board Announcements V. Executive Board Nominations VI. Committee Reports A. Appropriations Board B. Elections Board C. Entertainment and Programming Board D. Organizations Board . ..... . . .'. E. Ad Hoc Reports VII. Old Business A. Vote on (3) University College Senate Seats, Jan Craddock Scott Karosa, Michael Taylor, & Gabriella Ziros VIII. New Business A. Recognition of Organization-Affiliated Criminal Justice Students IX. Open Discussion X. Adjournment MINUTES SENATE MEETING #13 February 26, 1980 4:00 p.m. Mbyer Student Union Building Roan 203 I. Call to Order The thriteneeth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate was called to order by the Senate President at 4:00 p.m. in Room 203 of the Moyer Student Union Building II. Roll Call Members In Attendance Kelly Campbell Dorothy Halpin Rick Oshinslci Susana Reyes Bill Haldeman Claire Dowell Dale Hulen David Martinez Dave Levins Cindy Simia Scott Karosa III. Approval of Minutes #12 It was recognized that Kelly Campbell was in attendance at Meeting #12. Senator Oshinski announced that Academic Standards Meeting is always in EDU 354. Senator Martinez wanted it recorded in the minutes that Senator Roberts moved to approve Martha Boos to the Elections Board. There being no further additions or corrections the Minutes stood approved as corrected. IV. Executive Board Announcements Anniversary of CSUN Constitution Senate President Alderman conmented on the letter received from liarshall Williclc remembering the anniversary of the CSUN Consitution a letter was placed in each Senators boxes. V. Executive Board Nominations There were none at that time. VI. Committee Reports A. Appropriations Board There will be a meeting February 27, 1980 at 2:30 in Room 123. B. Elections Board Chairman Lisa Miller read the dates concerning the Elections. March 3-7, 1980 filing will open, and the mandatory candidates 'meetiria will be March 11. Primary elections will be March 26-27, and (.teneral April 16-17. Ray Corbett Marty Burzinski "Skip" Kelley Derrek Yelton Denise Rajnovich Pam Roberts Sandy Williams Susana Reyes-Excused Late Gabrilla Ziros Mike Taylor Senate Meeting #13 February 26, 1980 Page 2 C. Entertainment and Proaramming Board Dave Gist, Chairman, read the minutes of Meeting #28. In the minutes Senator Halpin asked that it be corrected that the Pinatas cost $35 total and not a piece. Senator Oshinsk.i. moved to aporove and there was a second. There being no further additions or corrections the minutes stood approved. D. Organizations Board There was no report. E. Academic Standards Committee Senator Oshinski informed the Senate that the Cheating Policy had passed but that does not mean it is official. It was sent to the Faculty as a recommendation. The drop policy for the Mini Term is that a cl.55ss can be dropped for the first 50% of the class but not after that. F. Energy Committee Vice President Wyman reported that the car pooling has been completed and the committee will begin starting on a program for next year. VII. Old Business A. Vote on (3) University College Senate Seats, Scott Karosa, Michael Taylor, Gabriella Ziros Senator Roberts moved that each candidate give no more than a 3 minute speech and that voting be done by secret ballot the motion was seconded. The motion was voted on and passed unanimousIv. All three candidates got up and gave a breif introduction of themselves. Discussion took place. The vote was taken each candidate one by a pluarlity Scott Karosa received thirteen votes, Michael Taylor fourteen votes, and Gabriella Ziros fourteen votes. Senate President Alderman asked the new Senators to be seated at the Senate table. Susana Reyes arrived at 4:25. VIII. New Business A. Affiliated Criminal Justice Students Senator Kelley moved to recognize the Affiliated Criminal Justice Students there was a second. The motion passed unanimously. IX. Open Discussion Vice-President Wyman informed the Senate that Senator Roberts is on the next USUN's agenda to be appointed as USUN's secretary. Senate President Alderman reminded the Senate that they received in their boxes a review of the ROTC program. At the next meeting Dr. Goodall would be present to make a brief presentation and to answer Questions. President Campbell informed the Senate that John Winstrom the new Radio Station manager had signed his contract. Also that the 8th floor is where the transmitter would be set up at for the Radio Station. Senate Meeting #13 February 26, 1980 Paqe 3 Senate President Pro Tempore asked that the three new Senators meet him after the meeting. Vice President Wyman announced to the Senate that O.J. Diners are having an annual Roast of some CSUN member on Thursday night and the admission is $100. The money is going to be donated to Multiple Sclor.c;is. Senator Martinez congratulated the Entertainment and Programminq Board on a job well done one the Black Oak Arkansas concert. Senator Martinez informed the Senate that there will be a Positive Mental Attitude seminar at 12:30 on Wednesday in the Moyer Student Union Building sponsored by Alpha Kappa Psi. Senator Roberts would like the postponement of Senate Meeting #15 on the agenda next week. Senator Haldeman informed the Senate that it is now able to receive a bachelors degree in Computer Science. Senator Reyes reminded the Senators to pick up their International Week t-shirts. International week starts March 3. Senator Oshinski is proposina a resolution to registarinci for the draft. He asked that it be placed on next weeks agenda. Senator Oshinski also informed the Senate that a Ad Hoc committee would be formed on improving the situation in the UNLV dorms. Senator Taylor expressed his thanks to the Senate and commented that he is interested and wants to get involved. Senator Simia moved to adjourn there was a second. The motion passed unanimously. Adjournment The thirteenth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate was adjourned at 4:40 p.m. ResDectifullv Submitted bv, ResnecUifully Prepared by, Lorraine Alderma Senate President Rofoxn Starlin Senate Secretary