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Meeting minutes for Consolidated Student Senate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, December 02, 1980






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

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Senate Meeting HU December 2, 1980 Moyer Student Union Building Room 203 p.m. I. Call to Order The fourth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate was called to order at It p.m. by Senate President Burzinski. II. Roll Call Patrick Malloy Rick Oshinski Scott Karosa Kathi Kulesza Scott Browder Mack Jackson Jr. Sandy Williams-absent excused Carlene Clay Jim McKinney Bill Haldeman Jeff Wild Gary Crandell Robert Scavetta Derrek Yelton Roberta Burton Hank Moore Scott Lewandowski Mike "Sy" Taylor III. Approval of Minutes #3 Sfenator Wild moved to amend the minutesto aeiete the $5000 budget increase to the (903) account Entertainment and Programming Board from Contingency (906) and to replace it with a $5000 budget increase from within the (903) account from generated revenue. The amendment was seconded. Discussion took place. The amendment passed unanimously. There being no further additions or corrections the minutes stood approved as corrected. IV. Executive Board Announcements A. Student Union Board, Chairman Bill Botos, Chairman of the Student Union Board, spoke briefly to the Senate. He informed the Senate that he would be making a report to them every month if possible. Bill will try to serve as a liason between the Student Union and CSUN. B. Search Committee Vice-President Reyes briefly spoke about the search committee that herself and Senate President Burzinski are serving on for the Dean of Student Services. If any Senators or students have some input, please feel free to contact one of them. C. Lecture Vice-President Reyes announced that Dr. Radvanyi will be speaking in the student union on December 3 concerning the Poland situtation. The lecture will begin at 12:30 p.m. Members in Attendance Tom Foskaris Lori Ann Kanton Guest Present Dr. Nitzschke Jim Fitchet Senate Meeting tfh December 2, 1980 Page 2 C. Delay of Senate Meetings Senate President Burzinski urged the Senate to figure out a schedule for meetings during the holidays. D. Withdrawals from Agenda Senate President Burzinski announced that Item A, under Executive Board Nominations had been withdrawn until next week, and Item D, under New Business had been withdrawn. V. Executive Board Nominations There were no Executive Board Nominations VI. Committee Reports A. Appropriations Board There was no report. B. Elections Board There was no report. C. Entertainment and Programming Board Radford Smith, Chairman, announced that the board passed to approval of donations to AT0-$300, Hotel-$200, and Resident Student Association-$100 for the Homecoming float competition. Also, an $800 travel expenditure for Dr. Radvanyi from the Library of Congress to give a lecture. There was a motion to approve these action item. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. D. Organizations Board Senator Mack Jackson read the minutes of the Organizations Board. The Council for Exceptional Children and The Student Media Association were given CSUN recognition at the meeting. There were no further action items. Senator Lewandowski moved to approve the minutes. The motion was seconded. There being no further additions or corrections the minutes stood approved as read. It was read in the minutes the approval of Matching Funds, to Pi Sigma Alpha, and The Society of Physic Students, however, the matching funds request had been approved at Senate Meeting H3. E. Radio Board There was no report. F. Publications Board There was no report. G. Ad Hoc Bar Investigation Committee Vice-President Reyes read the report of the Ad Hoc Bar Investigation Committee. It was found by the committee that there was no evidence to bring disciplinary action against the Bar Manager. The Ad Hoc Committee did direct the Bar Manager to: be more cooperative with CSUN recognized organizations, at all times, use students enrolled in HOA I65X as bartenders and to not employ students under the age of 21 and to immediately remove the one student under 21 who serves soda. Senator Oshinski moved to approve and was seconded. There being no addition, or corrections to the mintues, the report therefore stood approved. Senate President Burzinski said he would forward the directive to CSUN Bar Manger Dan Ardissone VII. Old Business There was no Old Business. Senate Meeting fth December 2, 1980 Page 3 VIII. New Business A. Approval of $H000 increase to Entertainment and Programming Board Senator Wild moved to approve a $1<000 increase to Entertainment and Programming Board to be made available from generated revenue in the 903 account. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously, v, B. Budget Increase, $5000 to Epiloque Senator Oshinski moved to approve a $5000 budget increase to the Epiloque (907) from Contingency (906). The motion was seconded. The motion passed with seventeen in favor and two abstentions. C. Loan of $3000 to Epiloque Senator Karosa moved to loan the Epiloque $3000 from the Contingency account (906). The motion was seconded. Discussion took place. Anne March informed the Senate that the loan would not be paid back until April 1981. The motion passed with eighteen in favor and one abstention. D. Request for Season Basketball Tickets This item was withdrawn from the agenda. E. Request for Revision of Bar Policy Senator Moore moved to establish an Ad Hoc Committee to revise the CSUN Bar Policy. The motion was seconded. Discussion took place. Senators Lewandowski, Malloy, Moore, and Burton will serve on this committee along with Dr. Levinson, the CSUN Bar Manager, and one CSUN bartender. The motion passed with eighteen in favor and one abstention. IX. Open Discussion Senator Oshinski that himself and Senator Haldeman will be speaking to the Organizations Board about getting involved in a recycling program. Also they are looking into a book-resale program next semester. Senator Oshinski announced that on next week's agenda there will be a resolution concerning a proposal by the Arts & Letters College requiring foriegn language to graduate. Senator Foskaris moved to adjourn. The motion was seconded. The motion nassed unanimously. X. Adjournment The fourth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate was adjourned at U:50 p.m. by Senate President Burzinski. Respectfully Submitted by, Respectfully Prepared by, Martin J. Burzinski CSUN Senate President Robin Starlin CSUN Senate Secretary