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CONSOLIDATED STUDENTS
Agenda
Senate Meeting 15-36
August 29, 1985
BEH 542
4:00 pm
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
Call to Order
Roll Call
Approval of minutes 15-33, 34, 35
Announcements
Executive Board Nominations
A.
Gerome Beachamp, Asst Beverage Manager (Pending)
B.
Janu Tornell to Admissions Committee
Board, Committee and Directors Reports
Old Business
A.
Nominations to Academic Advisement Seat (2 open)
1.
VIII.
Connie Scordato
B.
Appointment of Academic Advisement Seat
C.
Nominations to Health Sciences Seat.
New Business
A.
Approval of Executive Board Nominations
B.
Approval of an amount not to exceed $35,000 for Oktoberfest concert prod.
C.
Approval of KUNV Format change
D.
Approval of Student run proposal of KUNV Radio Station
E.
Approval of an amount not to exceed $895.00 for the Raw Art Co. Production.
F.
Approval of $ 20.00 stipend for the months of September, October, November
and December for the Elections Board Chairman.
G.
Approval of $800.00 for student health services.
H.
Approval of $700.00 for stage lights for MPEC Party - Novak
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS/4505 MARYLAND PARKWAY/LAS VEGAS, NV 89154/(702) 739-3477
Senate Agenda
15-36
IX.
X.
GL/SJD
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I.
Approval for ail amount not to exceed $800.00 for Bands for
afternoon/evening of Sept 6
J.
Approval of Ad Hoc Committee on tours.
K.
Introduction of 12 credit fee waiver for new director of Ad Hoc
Committee for Tours (Jay Lezcano).
L.
Approval of Transfers:
1.
Permission to transfer Budget Authority of $1700.00 from
the 3000 Operating Line to the 1600 Staff Benefits Line
(6-2-457-4120-900).
2.
Permission to transfer Budget Authority of the 7901 Contingency
Line horizontally from the
6-2-457-4120-901 to 6-2-457-4120-906
for the S.J. Hall Quarterly Loan Payment, (for 2 semesters).
3.
Permission to transfer Budget Authority of $1200.00 from the
3000 Operating Line to the 1100 Professional Salary Line
(6-2-457-4120-912).
Open Discussion
Adjournment
CONSOLIDATED STUDENTS
MINUTES
RADIO BOARD
AUGUST 29, 1985
I.
Call to Order
Meeting was called to order at 2:30pm
II.
Roll Call
Present
Absent
Guests
Debra Cone Vice Chairman
Robert McConnel
Sam Lieberman
Kelly Kuzik
Paul Nyman
Ken Jordan
Andy INichols (excused)
Sean Kelleher
Lori Susman
Janu Tornell
Julie Halfin
III.
by Debra Cone Vice Chairman
(Late)
(Late)
Announcements
None
IV.
Report of Committes/Directors
None
V.
Old Business
Julie Halfin, made the motion to recommend the revision to the new
format change, Sam seconded, motion approved with 5 in favor,
0 opposing, 0 abstaining.
Kelly Kuzik, recommended the Chief Engineer receive a 12 credit fee waiver,
Julie seconded, motion passed with 3 in favor, 0 opposing and
2 abstaining, (Lieberman, Tornell)
VI.
New Business
None
VII.
Open discussion
Next radio board meeting is Sept 13, 1:30 pm in the Oasis room.
VIII.
Adjournment
Meeting was adjourned at 3:17 pm.
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS/4505 MARYLAND PARKWAY/LAS VEGAS, NV 89154/(702) 739-3477
CONSOLIDATED STUDENTS
Recommended format chane«
Urban Sunrise be deleted.
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS/4505 MARYLAND PARKWAY/LAS VEGAS, NV 89154/(702) 739-3477
CONSOLIDATED STUDENTS
MINUTES
Senate Meeting 15-36
August 29, 1985
BEH 542
4:00 p.m.
I.
Call to Order
The meeting was called to order by acting Senate President Hendrick
at 4:05 p.m.
II
Roll Call
Present
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Chadwell
Cherhoniak
Davis
Harrington
Hendrick
Kowalczyk
Larson (late)
Lieberman
Spicer (late)
Susman
Swanson
Tornell
Wong (late)
Absent
Senator
Senator
Senator
Senator
Nichols (excused)
Penczek (unexcused)
Sattler (excused)
Speaks (4th Unexcused)
There being quorum, the meeting continued.
III.
Approval of Minutes 15-33,34,35
Senator Kowalczyk requested that her unexcused absence in Meeting
15-34 be overturned to excused as she had contacted Senate Pres.
Varona.
Senator Harrington moved to override the unexcused absence. Senator
Swanson seconded. The motion passed with 13 in favor, 0 opposed,
and 0 abstaining.
Senator Larson also requested his unexcused to be overturned.
It was unclear who was contacted. It was decided to wait until
the return of Senate President Varona.
The minutes of 15-33,34,and 35 were then declared approved.
IV.
Announcements
CSUN President Kelleher discussed Faculty Senate Committees and
asked for more participation from the Senate. He will also be
dropping off some of the committees, but will proxy for those who
cannot attend. Kelleher also announced that he will be attending
the Board of Regents meeting in Elko, which will be discussing
the Refund Policy.
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS/4505 MARYLAND PARKWAY/LAS VEGAS, NV 89154/(702) 739-3477
Senate Minutes 15-36
August 29, 1985
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Nancy Clark, CSUN Business Manager addressed the Senate. Clark
went over the budget and individual accounts. As enrollement is
down, our incoming fees will in turn, be much lower than projected.
Clark stressed to the Senate to be very careful with their funding/
spending, as the money is not available.
Nancy Clark also asked the Senate to pass an emergency transfer.
Acting Senate President Hendrick asked that the emergency item
be added to the agenda under New Business item M.
Approval of a cash transfer of $4,000.00 to be taken from the
907 account line 9601 to account 905 account line 9601.
There were no objections from the Senate.
Senator Lieberman asked to suspend with the rules and move into
New Business items L and M. There were no objections from the
Senate.
L.
_
M.
Approval of transfers:
1.
Permission to transfer Budget Authority of $1700.00 from the
3000 Operating Line to the 1600 Staff Benefits Line (6-2457-4120-900).
2.
Permission to transfer Budget Authority of the 7 901 Contingency
Line horizontally from the 6-2-457-4120-901 to 6-2-457-412 0906 for the S.J. Hall Quarterly Loan Payment, (for 2 semesters)
3.
Permission to transfer Budget Authority of $1200.00 from the
3000 Operating Line to the 1100 Professional Salary Line
(6-2-457-4120-912).
Approval of emergency cash transfer of $4,000.00 to be taken from
the 907 account line 9601 to account 905 account line 9601.
Senator Harrington moved to approve items L and M as a whole.
Lieberman seconded. The motion passed unanimously.
V.
Executive Board Nomiantions
A.
B.
VI.
Gerome Beauchamp to Assistant Beverage Manager (pending GPA)
Janu Tornell to Admissions Committee.
Board, Committee and Director Reports
There were no reports.
VII.
Senator
Old Business
A.
Nominations to Academic Advisement Seat (2 open)
1. Connie Scordato
There were no further nominations.
B.
Appointment of Academic Advisement Senate Seat.
No action was taken.
Seriate Minutes 15-36
August 29, 1985
C.
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Nominations to Health Sciences Seat.
There were no nominations.
VIII..
New Business
A.
Approval of Executive Board Nominations
Senator Lieberman moved to approve the nominations.
Spicer seconded. The motion passed unanimously.
Senator
B.
Approval of an amount not to exceed $35,000.00 for the
Oktoberfest concert production.
No action was taken.
C.
Approval of KUNV Format Change.
Senator Harrington moved to approve the amended format
change [see attached Radio Board Minutes]. Senator Lieberman
seconded.
Ken Jordan, KUNV Program Director addressed the Senate. Jordan
stated that a compromise was made and that the DJ's for
Urban Sunrise have not shown up for work or otherwise.
Senator Susman asked if a poll or something was being done
to find out what the students would like to listen to.
Several Senators possed questions to Jordan.
Acting Senate President Hendrick passed the gavel to Senator
Lieberman at 4:30 p.m.
Senator Hendrick then addressed the question. Hendrick stated
that first of all KUNV should be a learning laboratory for the
students, and then benefit the students on campus.
The motion passed with 12 in favor, 0 opposed, and 1 abstaining
(Larson) .
D.
Approval of Student Run Proposal of KUNV Radio Station.
Senator Lieberman moved that the proposal be sent back to
the Radio Board, the Executive Board and also our legal counsel
Shelley Berkley as the proposal has several legal loopholes.
Senator Tornell seconded. The motion passed unanimously.
E.
Approval of an amount not to exceed $895.00 for the Raw Art
Co. Production.
Senator Lieberman moved to discuss. Senator Harrington.seconded.
John Albrecht, Producer of All and One Co. addressed the Senate
and answered questions.
Senator Davis pointed out that the Art Department on this campus
is neglected.
CSUN President Kelleher agreed but stated that the department
rarely comes to CSUN to request funding.
Senator Lieberman amended his main motion to approve $500.00
The second concurred.
Seriate Minutes 15-36
August 29, 1985
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Acting Sen.Pres. Hendrick passed the gavel to Senator Lieberman
at 4:40 p.m.
Senator Hendrick, spoke in favor of funding the production and
requested that the amount be $600.00.
The maker of the motion amended his motion to $600.00. The
second concurred.
The motion to approve $600.00 to the Raw Art Co. Production
passed with 12 in favor, 0 opposed, and 1 abstaining (Wong).
Senator Lieberman passed the gavel back at 4:44 p.m.
F.
Approval of $20.00 Stipend for the months of September, October,
November and December for the Elections Board Chairman.
Senator Harrington moved to approve. CSUN President Kelleher
seconded.
Senator Harrington discussed the excellent work that Robert
Ashley does and that he is well deserving of this stipend.
Several Senators viewed the Same.
The motion failed with 9 in favor, 4 opposed (Swanson, Cherhoniak,
Kowalczyk, Davis) and 0 abstaining.
G.
Approval of $800.00 for Student Health Services.
No action was taken.
H.
Approval of $700.00 for stage lights for MPEC Party - Novak.
Senator Lieberman moved to approve. CSUN President Kelleher
seconded.
John Novak, E&P Director announced that the band is coming
in for free and that CSUN is providing security and lights as
stated in the contract on September 7, 1985.
The motion passed unanimously.
I.
Approval of an amount not to exceed $800.00 for Bands for
afternoon/evening of September 6, 1985.
John Novak addressed the Senate and explained that he had
not achieved quorum, and the Senate had not achieved quorum
to make a final decision on events. There will be a KOMP
Live Broadcast, Novak requested $300.00 for a band.
Senator Lieberman moved to approve $300.00. Senator Harrington
seconded.
Acting Sen. Pres. Hendrick passed the gavel to Senator Lieberman.
Hendrick was opposed to the band.
The gavel was passed back.
The motion failed with 6 in favor, 6 opposed (Swanson,Hendrick,
Spicer,Kowalczyk, Davis, Wong) and 1 abstaining (Lieberman).
J.
Approval of Ad Hoc Committee on Tours.
Senator Lieberman moved to approve. Senator Larson seconded.
Senator Lieberman spoke opposed. Several Senators were also
opposed.
The motion failed with 0 in favor, 13 opposed, and 0 abstaining.
Seriate Minutes 15-36
August 29, 1985
K.
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Introduction of 12 credit fee waiver for new director of Ad
Hoc Committee for Tours (Jay Lezcano).
This item is out of order.
IX.
Open Discussion
President Maxson addressed the Senate and expressed that he was
excited about the upcoming year and that students will be well
represented with this Senate. Dr. Maxson stated that enrollement
is 3% above last year. Dr. Maxson also expressed a wish to attend
all of the Senate Meetings when possible.
Acting Senate President Hendrick extended an open invitation to
President Maxson.
Senator Cherhoniak introduced a new bill to purchase Word Star 2000±
and Lotus 1 2 3, with the monies coming from OPI.
Senator Chadwell asked Senators why they decided to vote down the
stipend for the Elections Board Chairman as he does an outstanding
job. Several Senators did not understand, but did not ask questions either.
Senator Harrington requested an agenda item be placed on next
weeks agenda of Approval of a stipend of $40. for the months of
October and November for the Elections Board Chairman.
Discussion took place on the possibility of an auction to raise
money to send students to Wisconsin and continue our War Efforts.
Senator Kowalczyk announced that she will be resigning her SME
Seat following the meeting.
Acting Sen. Pres. Hendrick moved to award Therese with a Done Good
Award. The Senate concurred.
Senator Cherhoniak served notice of reconsideration of item F under
New Business.
Senator Susman discussed the auction and asked the Senate for their
input.
President Maxson was glad to see our efforts to make UNLV more agreeable
for students. Dr. Maxson also announced that this years Freshmen class
has the highest GPAs that UNLV has ever seen. Dr. Maxson wished the
Senate to keep up the good work.
X.
Adjournment
Acting Senate President Hendrick adjourned the meeting at 5:20 p.m.
Susan Dute, Senate Secretary

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