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CONSOLIDATED STUDENTS UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS 4505 Maryland Parkway Las Vegas, Nevada 89154 Telephone (702) 739-3477 SENATE PRESIDENT MARTIN J. BURZINSKI AGENDA Senate Meeting If 17 Moyer Student Union Building Room 203 4:00 p.m. March 24, 1981 I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes §16 IV. Executive Board Announcements V. Executive Board Nominations A. Elections Board 1. Cheryl Jackson VI. Committee Reports A. Appropriations Board B. Radio Board C. Entertainments & Programming Board D. Elections Board E. Publications Board F. Organizations Board G. By-Laws Committee H. Student Serivces Committee I. Other Committee Reports VII. Unfinished Business A. Vacant Senate Seats 1. Business & Economics (vote) a. David Campbell b. Carolyn Cantrell c. Jannette Marie Craddock 2. University College (nominations) 3. Education College (nominations) VIII. New Business A. Student Directory, Approval of Funding, up to $1400., Vice-President Reyes IX. Open Discussion X. Adjournment Senate Meeting #17 Moyer Student Union Building Room 203 4 p.m. 3-24-81 Guest Present Dr. Nitzschke Dr. Carhart I. Call to Order Senate President Burzinski called the seventeenth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate to order at 4:03. \ II. Roll Call Members in Attendance Patrick Malloy Jeff Wild Kathi Kulesza Rick Oshinski Ginger Clayton Steve Nitzschke Karen Cohen Roberta Burton Andrew Levy Carlene Clay Jim McKinney Bill Haldeman Gary Crandell Derrek Yelton Robert Scavetta Catherene Clay Cathy Powell III. Approval of Minutes #16 There were no additions or corrections; therefore, the minutes of Senate Meetings #16 stood approved. IV. Executive Board Announcements A. Mass Transit Jack Leverage a citizen who is interested in Mass Transit spoke to the Senate. Questions and answers followed after his presentation. B. International Festival Vice-President Reyes announced that International Festival will be held this week. She commended Senator Malloy for a job well dona. C. Resignation Senate President Burzinski announced that Tom Foskaris resigned today from his University College Senate seat. D. Vacancies Senate President Burzinski announced that there are vacancies on Appropriations? Board,rone senator, and two students at large. V. Executive Board Nominations A. Election Board Vice-President Reyes moved to approve Cheryl Jackson as a member of the CSUN Election Board. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. Senate Meeting ft 17 Page 2 3-24-81 Senator Scavetta moved to suspend with the rules, and wove into Unfinished Business, item A,l. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. VII.. Unfinished Business A. Vacant Senate Seats 1. Business S Economics (vote) Senator Scavetta moved that each candidate speak to the Senate no more then 3 minutes and voting be done by seceret ballot. David Campbell spoke to the Senate, Caroly Cantrell spoke to the Senate, Jan Craddock was no present. David Campbell received 11 votes, Carolyn Cantrell 4 votes, and Jan Craiiddock 1 vote. Senate President Burzinski announced David Campbell as the new Business & Economics Senator and asked him to take a seat at the Senate table. VI. Committee Reports A. Appropriations Board There was no report. B. Radio Board There was no report C. Entertainment and Programming Board There was no report. D. Election Board Vice-chairman Roberta Burton read the minutes of the Election Board held on March 20. There were no action items at the meeting. She read the minutes of the March 24 meeting, the candidates rally will be held April 21. There was a motion to approve. The motion was seconded. There being ,>o further additions or corrections the minutes stood approved as read. F. Organizations Board Senator Oshinski read the minutes of the Organizations Board. He announced that matching funds were approved for LDSSA for $425.00 and the boSrd tabled the request from the Nurses Association for $400. The Affiliated Criminal Justice Students were given CSUN recognition. Also, the board approved the deletion of item #5 of the Organizations Board Operating policy, "in order to receive and use Matching Fund monies, the event must be held on the campus of UNLV. " Senator Oshinski moved to approve. The motion was seconded. Discussion took place. Senator Scavetta moved to amend and delete the approval of the deletion #5 of the Operating Policy. The motion was seconded. Much discussion took place. Senator Malloy called for the question. The motion was seconded. The call for the question passed with 12 in favor and five opposed The amendment passed failed with 5 in favor, 10 opposed, and two abstentions. Senator Haldeman moved to divide the question on the minutes, 1) Deletion on #5 of Operating policy, 2) Matching Funds Request, and approval of minutes and giving Affiliated Criminal Justice Student Recognition. 1) Senator Levy moved to table the deletion of If5 of the Operating Policy. The motion was seconded. The motion passed with thirteen in favor and three opposed. 2) Senator Wild moved to table the request from the LDSSA and Nurses Association The motion was seconded. The motion passed with 12 in favor and 5 opposed. 3) Senator Scavetta moved to approve the minutes with the recognition of the Affiliated Criminal Justice Students. The motion was seconded. The motion passe d unanimously. Senate Meeting Itl7 3-24-81 Page 3 F. Publications Board There was no report. G. By-Laws Committee There was no report. H. Student Services Committee There was no report. \ VII. Unfinished Business A. Vacant Senate Seats 2. University College (nominations) Senator Wild nominated Andre Filosi and Stephen A. Lo Presti. Senator Yelton nominated Tom Gorigione, and Robert Eglet. Senator Yelton moved to close nominations. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. 2. Education College (nominations) VIII. New Business A. Student Directory, Approval of Funding, Vice-President Reyes made a brief presentation to the Senate. She moved to approve $432.00 for the Student Directory to be printed. The motion was seconded. Much discussion took place. Senator Burton called for the question. The call for the question was seconded. The question passed with 11 in favor, and Siopposed. The main motion failed with three in favor, eleven opposed, and two abstentions. B. Directive Senator Catherine Clay moved to send a directive to the St-udent Service Committee to investigate the possibility of Student Directory for next year. The motion was seconded. Discussiontook place. The motion tied with 8 in"favor, 8 opposed, and 2 abstentions. Senate President Burzinski cast his vote in favor of the motion; therefore, the motion passed. C. Establishment of Committee Senator Scavetta moved to establish a committee to investigate the Organizations Board operating policy. The motion was seconded. Discussion took place. Anyone is welcomed to serve on this committee. The motion passed with eleven in favor, ifour opposed, and one abstention. D. Done Good Awards Senator Wild moved to give Lisa Riley a Done Good Award. The motion passed unanimously. Sentor Wild moved to give the entire Yell Staff a Done Good Award. The motion passed unanimously. E. Awards Banquet Senator Oshinski moved to give a vote of confidence to the Executive Board to investigate the possibility of an awards banquet. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. Senate Meeting H17 3-24-81 PQge. 4 IX. Open Discussion Vice-President Reyes thanked Senator Wild and Senator Oshinski for voting in favor of the student directory. Senator Wild suggested that Vice-President Reyes go ahead with the directory since the Executive Board can sign under $500 without Senate approval. Senator Cohen announced that if both matching funds are approved ther will be $273 in the matching funds account. Senator Cohen reminded Senators to da their homework prior to Senate Meetings. She further informed the Senators that open discussion was an important part of the meeting. Sentor Scavetta asked anyone who is interested in serving on the Ad Hoc Committee to investigate the Organizations Board policy to see him immediately following the meeting. Senator Kuelsza announced Old Nevada Nite on March 28. She also stressed that it is important for the new Senators to get experience and serve on all CSUN.. » " f • * Senator Clay commented that Senators are abusing the point of information, and point of personal privlege. Let the Senator who is speaking present his arguement, and be considerate. Senator Crandell apologized to the Senate for being absent that pass few weeks. He thanked the Senate for supporting the lecture series in his absence. Senator Malloy moved to adjourn. The motion was seconded. Z'ne motion passed with eleven in favor, and five opposed. Adjournment Senate President Burzinski adjourned the meeting at 7:20 p.m. Respectfully Submitted by, Respectfully Prepared by, Robin Starlin CSUN Senate Secretary Martin J. Burzinski CSUN Senate President . X.