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Meeting minutes for Consolidated Student Senate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, February 10, 1981






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

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UNIVCEORNSSIOTYLI DOAF TNEEDV ASTDUAD, ELNATS SV EGAS 4505 Maryland Parkway Las Vegas, Nevada 89154 Telephone (702) 739-3477 SENATE PRESIDENT MARTIN J. BURZINSKI AGENDA SENATE MEETING //10 Moyer Student Union Building 2 - 1 0 - 8 1 Room 203 4 p.m. I. Call to Order IT. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes //9 IV. Executive Board Announcements V. Executive Board Nominations A. Dave Guedry, Election Board Chairman VI. Committee Reports A. Appropriations Board B. Election Board C. Entertainment and Programming Board D. Organizations Board E. Radio Board F. By-Laws Committee G. Student Services Committee H. Ad Hoc Committee Reports VII. Old Business A. Vacant University College Senate Seat (3) Vote 1. Daniel Anderson 6. Cathy Powell 2. Ginger Clayton 7. Gabriella Ziros 3. Catherine Clay 4. Karen Cohen 5. Steve Nitzschke B. Vacant Senate Seats Nominations 1. Hotel College (1) 2. University Colege (1) 3. Education College (1) VIII. New Business A. Resolution, Opposition to tuition increase, Senator Mallov IX. Open Discussion X. Adjournment Senate Meeting #10 Mover Student Union Building Room 203 U p.m. 2 - 1 0 - 8 1 I. Call to Order The tenth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate was called to order at 4 p.m. by Senate President Burzinski. II. Roll Call Members in Attendance Tom Foskaris Patrick Mallov pick Oshlnski ringer Clavton Karen Cohen Steve Nitzschke Kathi Kulesza Scott Lewandowski Scott Karosa-unexcused absent Roberta Burton Carlene Clav Jim ^cKinnev Bill Haldeman Jeff Wild Cary Crandell Derrek Yelton Pobert Scavetta II. Approval of Minutes #9 There being no additions or corrections the minutes of Senate Meeting #9 stood approved. IV. Executive Board Announcements A. Fee Increase President Chanos announced that 10,000 postcards have been preoared with the return address of CSUN to be sent to Senator Flovd Lamb. President Chanos asked each Senator to take a couple of oackapes of these Dostcards to their classes and get students to sign their names to them, if thev are against the fee incrase. These 10,000 nostcards will be taken to Senator Lamb's office to let him know how 1JNLV feels about the fee increase. B. Carson Citv presiHent Chanos urged all the Senators to sicn uo for the field trin to Carson Citv that the Political Science department is havinp in April. r'"est "resellt Bill Botos ^r. xHt".schke Senate Meetinp /'10 2-13- g 1 Pap.e 2 C. Renublican Partv Vice-President Reyes announced that she had been contacted bv the "enuhlican party to pet students to serve at the Lincoln Memorail dinner. Tf anvone is interested please contact Vice-President Reyes. D. Chancellor There will be a chance to meet the first candidate for Chancellor of the Ujiiversitv ^vstens at 3:30, Februrarv 11. in Ham Concert Hall. E. Dean of Student Services Senate President Burzinski announced that a list of the final candidates for Dean to Student Services has been publicallv announced. Meetinc times will be schedule for students to meet these candidates. "over Student Union Hill Botos, Union Board Chairman, nast out a puideline for student organizations passed to each Senator. He also talked about the f1re safety' revisions in the buidlinp. Senator velton moved to susnend with the rules, and move to Business, Ttem A. 'Hie motion was seconded. Since there was no objections Senate President Burzinski moved to Old Business, Item A. VII. Old Business A. Vacant University College Senate Seat (3) vote Senator Scavetta moved that each candidate pive a sneech n o more than 3 minutes and the voting be done by secret ballot. The motion was seconded. The motion passed with no objections. Daniel Anderson was not present, but a letter had been written to the Senators. Ginger Clayton, Karen Cohen, Catherine Clay, Cathv Powell, Steve Nitzschke, and Gabriella 7,iros spoke briefly to the Senate separately. The vote was taken and the top four candidates were Ginger Clavton, Karen Cohen, Steve Nitzschke, and Catherine Clay. The final vote was taken Ginger Clavton, Karen Cohen, and Steve Nitzschke were apnroved as Senators for the Universitv College. Senate President Burzinski asked them to take a seat at the Senate table for the remainder of business. V. Executive Board Nominations A. Election Board Chairman, Dave Ouedry This nomination has been temporarily withdrawn from the agenda. VI. Commit Lee Reports A. Annropriations Board There was no report. B. Flection Board There was no report. C. Entertainment and Programming Board There was no report. D. Organizations Board There was no report. E. Publications Board There was no report. F. Radio Board There was no report. Senate Meeting #10 2-10-81 Page 3 G. Student Services Committee There was no report. H. By-Laws Committee There was no report. VII. Old Business A. Nominations 1. Hotel College Senate Seat (1) Senator Burton nominated Andy L e w . Senator Burton moved to close nominations. The motion was seconded. The motion passed with twelve in favor and one abstention. 2. University College Senator Haldeman nominated Catherine Clav, Cathy Powell, Gabi Ziros, and Daniel Anderson. Senator Clav moved to close nominations. The motion was seconded. The motion passed unanimously. VIII. New Business A. Resolution, Opposition to tution increase Senator Malloy moved to approve the resolution (see attached). The motion was seconded. Much disucssion took place. Senator Oshinski moved to table this resolution until Senate Meeting //ll. The motion was seconded. The table passed unanimously. Senate President Burzinski announced that this item will be considered under Old Business, at Senate Meeting #11. B. Easter Seals Society Chuck White, Special Events Chairperson, for the Easter Seals Society spoke briefly to the Senate. He asked the Senate for support from CSUN, to promote the events that are coming up such as the Racquetball tournament, walk-a-thon etc. If CSUN would give the Easter Seal Society their support that would be mentioned in the promotion as co-sponsors of the events. President Chanos moved to pass a resolution stating, "Be it resolved that the CSUN Senate realizing that the advantages accrued by the Las Vegas Community and the nation as a result of the on going effort of the Easter Seals Society proudly announces their firm commitment to the advancement of this vears programs sponsored by the afore mentioned activities to include the February 27th Racquetball Tournament, Marth 7th, Walk-a-thon, and the Easter Seals Society Telethon. The motion was seconded. The Resolution passes unaimously. C. Open Nominations Senator Foskaris moved to open nominations for the By-Laws Committee. The motion was seconded. The motion passed with twelve in favor and one abstention. Senator Haldeman moved to open nominations for the Publications Board. The motion was seconded. The motion nassed unanimously. IX. Open Discussion Senator Lewandowski welcomed all the new Senators. John Wennstrom spoke about the packet that he passed out to the Senators concerning the Radio Station. Senate Meeting if 10 2 - 1 0 - 8 1 Page A Senator Burton asked about the Ad Hoc Bar Investigation Committee. Senate-President Burzinski suggested to Senator Burton that she call the members on the committee and have a meeting. Senator Foskaris moved to adjourn. The motion was seconded. The motion passed with ten in fevor and three opposed. Adjournment Senate President Burzinski adjourned the tenth meeting of the Consolidated Student Senate at 6:00 p.m. Respectfully Submitted by, Respectfully Prepared by, Martin J. Rurzlnskl r Wobin Starlln CSUN Senate President CSUN Senate Secretary