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Meeting minutes for Consolidated Student Senate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, December 06, 1979






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

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uac000224. Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Records, 1965-2019. UA-00029. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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MINUTES SENATE MEETING 115 December 6, 1979 4 p.m. Moyer Student Union Bu.i Iding Room 203 I. Call to Order The fifth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate was called to order by the Senate President at 4:00 p.m. in Lounge 203 of the Moyer Student Union. II. Roll Call Members in Attendance Kelly Campbell Carol Tarpley Bryan O'Shields Bill II aldeman Dorothy llalpin Robert Stamper Rick Oshinski Susana Reyes "Skip" Kelley Dale Hulen Marty Burzinski Claire Dowel 1 Pam Roberts Alan Isqiuth David Martinez David Levins Cindy Si mi a Sandy Williams Ray Corbett j. II. Approval of Minutes tt 4 Senator Martinez announced that he did not resign from the Ad Hoc CSUN Fee Investigation Committee. Senator Martinez asked that Section VII" Item C be striked from the minutes. Senator Haldeman announced that Section IV Itme D under By-Laws Committe report that the establishment of an Ex-official judicial council seat on the committee, voted to continue practice of alternating by exceptance with two alternates was ruled out of order. There were no further corrections, therefore, the minutes stood approved as corrected. IV. Executive Board Announcements Regent McBr.i de Senate President Alderman introduced Regent Regent presented to the Senators some of the ideas that he had on restructuring the fee system. He proposed to have all the money go into one general fund and have each department and CSUN submitt their budjet to the President of the school for distribution of the money. The Senators also asked Regent McBride some q ues tions and gave him some of their suggestions. Scott Koepf, USUNS President Senate President Alderman introduced Scott Koepf, USUNS President. He gave a brief history of USUNS and described how their organization came about and what it is composed of. All the Universitys and Community Colleges in the state of Nevada are represented in USUNS by two sending two delegates from each school. The dues into USUNS is determined by the student enrollment of the school's campus. There was a brief question and answer period between the Senators and Scott Koepf. Minutes-Senate Meeting tt 5 December 6, 1979 Page2 Senator Presi dent Pro Tempore, Marty Durzinski moved to suspend with the rules and move down to Section VIII. Item A New Business. There was a second and the motion passes with fifteen in favor and three opposed. VIII. New Business A. Allocation of Funds, USUN's dues for 1979-80 membership Senator llaldeman moved to approve $1453.00 to USUN's and was seconded. Senator Haldeman retained the floor and moved to recess for fifteen minutes, was seconded and passed with sixteen in favor and three opposed. The meeting was recessed for fifteen minutes. At 6:05 p.m. the Senate President called the meeting back to order and the floor was open for discussion on the item. Senator Burz.inski moved to amend the motion to give USUN's $800.00 and was seconded. Discussion was held and Senator Martinez moved to amend the amendment to state that the $800.00 be given to USUN's on the stipulation that UNLV be given active status, was seconded and a fter discussion a vote was taken with fourteen., in favor and three opposed. Discussion then took place on the amended amendment-there was a call for the question, which passed with twelve in favor, and five opposed. A vote was then taken on the amendment which failed. The main motion was therefore back on the floor for discussion which was to approve the $145 3.00, after which a vote was taken. The motion passed with fifteen in favor, two opposed, and one abstention. Senator Kelley moved to adjourn there was a second. The motion passed with seventeen in favor and one opposed. X. Adjournment The fifth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate was adjourned at 7:28 p.m. Respectifully Submitted by, Lorraine Alderman Senate President LA : rs Respect i full]) prepared by, K o,t> m S t ari in CSUN Secretary