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Meeting minutes for Consolidated Student Senate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, January 06, 1981






Includes meeting agenda and minutes. CSUN Session 11 Meeting Minutes and Agendas.

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uac000270. 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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fiBft 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 #8 1-13-81 Moyer Student Union Building Room 203 4 p.m. I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes IV. Executive Board Announcements V. Executive Board Nominations A. CSUN Legal Council 1. Jim Jinmerson, Attorney at Law VI. Ccrrmittee Reports A. Appropriations Board B. Entertainment and Programming Board C. Election Board D. Publications Board E. Organizations Board F. By-Laws Committee G. Radio Board H. Ad Hoc Comnittee Reports VII. Old Business VIII. New Business A. Waiver of 15-hour employment limitation for CSUN Senate President. B. Legislative trip to Carson City, Nevada 1. Approval of funding, $2,911.27 IX. Open Discussion X. Adjournment Senate Meetinq #7 1-13-81 Mover Student Union Buildinn Room 203 4 p.m. I. fall to Order The seventh meetinn of the Consolidated Student Senate was ca^ed to order at 4 n.m. bv Senate President Burzinski. II. Roll Call ^embers in Attendance Patrick Malloy Tom Foskaris Kathi Kulesza Guest Present Lori Ann Kanton-unexcused absent Dr. Nitzschke Scott Lewnadowski-excused absent Scott Browder-unexcused absent Scott Karosa Mack Jackson-unexcused absent Rick Oshinski Sandy Williams-excused late Jeff Wild-unexcused absent Bill Haldeman Gary Crandell Roberta Burton Henry Moore Oerrek Yelton Robert Scavetta Carlene Clav Jim McKinnev III. Executive Board Announcements ft. Pesionations Senate President Burzinski announced that Mike Tavlor, "niversitv Collene Senator, and Dan Ardissone, CSUN Bar Manaaer, also Martha Roos, Flection Board Chairman resinned durina the break. There are also other vacancies on some boards and committees. B. Academic Problems Senate President Burzinski announced to the Senate that he heard rumors of academic problems for some of the Senators, please talk to him before any action is taken. C. Search Committee Senate President Burzinski announced that a search committee for the CSUN Business Manager is going to be established to start a wide search over the United States, if anyone is interested on serving on this committee please contact Senate President Burzinski. Senate Meeting #7 1-13-81 Paqe 2 n. Test File Senate President Burzinski announced test file this month, and would like that he would be workino on the three senators to heln him. E. Anenda Item Senate President Burzinski announced that on next week's anenda, he will be askina the Senate to waive the 15 hour work load for Senate "resident Burzinski to hours ner week. F. Reaent's Meetinn Vice-Dresident Reves announced that there would be a meetinn of the Rnard of Reoents meetinq January 23 in Reno. The Reqent's will be votino on raisinq the tution for UNLV. V. Executive Board Nominations VI. Committee Reports A. Appropriations Board There was no report. B. Entertainment and Programming Board Senator Scavetta read the minutes of the Entertainment and Proorammina Board. It was approved by the Board the finalized concert A speakers list, the film budget, and the spring budget for the board. Senator Scavetta moved to apnrove the report. The motion was seconded. Much discussion took Dlace. Vice-President Reyes moved to table the report until Senate Meetinn #9. The motion was seconded. It was noted by Senate President Burzinski that Senator Bill Haldeman ohiected to havina no discussion on the motion, The table nassed with einht in favor, five ODposed, and one abstention. C. Election Board There was no report. 0. Publications Board Senator Haldeman had no formal renort, He will have minutes at the next Senate meetinq to be approved. The board is invitinn advisors to attend the meetinq and is workino on the operatinn nolicv. E. Orqanizations Board There was no report. F. By-Laws Committee There was no report. G. Radio Board There was no report. H. Parking and Traffic Committee Senator Scott Karosa announced that he attended this Presidents committee meeting, nothing of great importance occurred at the meetinq, Senate Meetinq #7 1-13-81 Pare 3 VII. Old Business There was no Old Business. VIII. New Business A. Appointment of Temoorarv Chairman Student Services Committee Senator Oshinski announced because of the beinn in charne of the book exchanne orooram, it is important that a temoorarv Chairman hp established. It was movpd t^at Senator OshinsM become thp temporary Chairman of the Student ^prvices Committee. Thp motion was spconded. Thp motion nassed unanimously. It. was moved to recess for five minutes a^ter much confusion. Thp motion was seconded. The motion nassed unanimouslv. P. Peouest for ^unHs, Rlack Historv '-'eek, • Senator Oshinski moved to a^ocate ^looo to Alpha Kaona Aloha for Plack Historv Week, and to refer thp allocation of «.?6<»5.00 for Black Histow Week to the Anorooriations Board. The motion was seconded. Discussion took place. The motion passed unanimously. C. Matching Funds Senator Yelton announced that it was approved bv the Oroanizations Poard to qive The Chuch of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints Student Association S n o in matching funds. Senator Yelton moved to approve the S300 to the L0SSA. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. D. Directive Senator Clay moved that a directive to the Executive Boaird be made to make a decision on the legal counsel bv next week. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. IX. Open Discussion Senator Crandpll exnresseH disannoint^ent in the Senate in rpyip'-Hno priorities of HMD' anH rs'lM. it annears that ma.ioritv of the rsiiM budnpt is beinn snent on Entertainment instead of academic improvement. Senator Oshinski announced that thp Student Services committer will hp willing to work on the CSM'1 test file, also he asked Henrv Moore and Ca r1en Clav to serve on the committee with him. Vice-President Reyes warned the Senate that in the future monev is noinn to be tight and hard to net from the Poard of Reoents, budnets are ooinn +0 be cut. - X. Adjournment Respectfully Submitted by, Respectfully Prepared bv, Martin J- Burzinski CSUN Senate President Robin Starlin CS|,M ^enatp Secrefarv