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Get lnvolved
New Guidelines
Government Needs You!
Students who are eager to get
involved with university government can start now by applying
for the positions which are still
open on almost every level and
branch of university government.
Most of the eight councils of the
University Senate have unfilled
student positions. Each council is
concerned with formulating university policies in a specific area
and initialing appropriate legislation for Senate action.
Interested students should fill
out an application in C'C 346, the
Studenl Association Office.
Undergraduate A cademic C ounoil: deals with undergraduate admissions, curriculum, academic
standing, and honors and independent study programs.
Graduate Academic
Council:
h a n d l e s graduate admissions,
curriculum, and academic standing.
Student Affairs Council supervises all matters of student life
outside the formal instructional
program, such as financial aids,
health service, counseling, athletics, international student affairs,
residence living, student government, and student living.
Council on Research supervises
llie development, review and application of research activities on
campus.
Personnel Policies Council deals
with the problems of academic
freedom and professional ethics,
handles faculty funds, and is concerned with the faculty's professional welfare.
Council on Promotions and Continuing Appointments makes recommendations to the president
foi faculty promotions and new
appointments, and is responsible
for evaluations of the faculty.
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The Parking Appeals Committee
listens to all cases where a person
appeals a parking ticket given by a
University Security officer. The
Committee meets as needed, usually once a week.
The United Fund Board provides for solicitations of students
and faculty to support charitable
causes through the United Fund,
Many student work for these organizations in the community program. Meets as needed,
views the annual report, and
makes changes in by laws, and
enactments as needed.
The University Committee on
Awards and Opportunities for Advance Study has these functions:
(I) to find ways of fostering
interest in competitive fellowships
and. except in the case of those
offered by SUNYA, to screen and
advise candidates for those fellowships; {2) to maintain close contact with the schools and depart-
Openings on Committees
C O M M I T T E E NAME
UNDERGRADUATE
GRADUATE
VACANCIES
VACANCIES
Undergraduate Academic Council
2
0
Graduate Academic Council
0
3
Student Affairs Council
3
3
Council on Research
1
2
Personnel Policies Council
1
2
Council on Promotions and
1
2
1
2
Continuing Appointments
Council on Educational Policy
Library Council
1
2
Council on University
2
2
Bookstore Advisory Board
3
1
Parking Appeals Committee
2
1
0
ForsA G r o u s
In order for Student Association
to get started on a firm basis this
year, it is necessary for all Student
Association budgeted organizations to comply with a few new
guidelines:
1. There is a new voucher system and a very complex new set
of rules on how money may be
spent. All group treasurers will be
required to attend a treasurers'
meeting. The dale will be published in Ihe first ASP.
2. All groups should have returned signature and officer cards
to the Student Association office;
these cards were mailed in the
spring. Extras are available in
CC346,
3. The new organization of the
executive branch may eliminate
commissions. Watch the first ASP
for details.
4. All Studenl Association distribution vouchers must be handed
in lo the Student Association sec-
P
retary in CC346 rather than at
Check Cashing. Checks however,
may still be picked up at Check
Cashing.
5. All vouchers must be properly
filled out and must have wither a
receipt or a written explanation of
what the monies are to be used
for. No receipt tapes, for instance,
with just 'merchandise' written on
it will be acceptable. Every item
on a receipt tape must be enumerated.
6. Each organization must had
their phone numbers in as soon as
possible. This will greatly help in
expediating mailers if any problems would arise.
If any organization is unsure of
its present budget or of finance
procedures, stop in Campus Center 346 and ask for assistance in
obtaining that confirmation.
Your assislance and cooperation
in these areas will be greatly appreciated.
Sha-Na-Na: Greasers
Ready for Saturday
Evaluation & Improvement
United Fund Board
1
Student Association Supreme Court
7
0
Faculty Student Association
6
4
3
0
Membership
University Committee on Awards &
Opportunities for Advanced Study
The Student Association Supreme Court has vested in it "the
judicial power of Student Association, (which) extends lo all
cases...arising under Ihe constitution, the laws of Student Associalion and enactments made or
which shall be made under their
authority." Does not hear misbehavior or conduct cases. Meets
as needed.
ments for Ihe discovery and recognition of possible candidates
for
University wide undergraduate awards; (3) to screen and
select candidates for University
wide policy on undergraduate
awards; (4) to continually examine and evaluate University
policy on undergraduate awards;
(5) lo make a yearly report on lis
activities lo the Undergraduate
Academic Council, and ((>) lo
actively seek out new sources of
undergraduate awards.
Council on Educational Policy is
responsible for long rande academic development and its relation with the budget.
The /'acuity Studenl AssociaLibrary Council is charged with
tion Membership meels twice a
establishing policies for the opera- yeai and approves Ihe budget for
lion of ihe library.
Faculty Student Association, reCouncil on University Evaluation and Improvements is a new
Council which has been assigned
the lask of encouraging dialogue
on the campus.
The Bookstore Advisory Hoard
Wild, Wild Weekend I, sponsored by Special
works Willi Ihe manage] of the
Events Boaid will be held Sept. (> 12. This year's
Bookstore and ihe Incentive DiWeekend Blast will include cartoon and horror
rectoi of Faculty Studenl Assoc
festivals, Fxperimenial Theatei performances, ice
lalion lo (I) try lo make Ihe
cream socials. Sha N.i Na in concert Friday Sept.
Booksloie aware of community
It), a banjo baud pizza pailoi featuring "The Old
concerns and (2) to be made
Wazoo (loodlime Hand" Sepi II and lolsofolhei
aware of vaiious aspects ol ihe
fun activities Walch I'm more details
Sec you
Bookstore operation. Ihe lioaid
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meels once pel month
Wild, Wild Weekend
Friday. September 10. I*)71. Don't forget thai
date because il will be a wild night when Sha Na
Na makes ihe scene on Albany's turf "all greased up
and ready lo kick ass" in the year's first concert.
4 Sha Na Na is (are?) twelve guys who banded
together two years ago lo preserve, protect, defend
and promote Good Old Rock and Roll, specifically
the rock and roll of the 1950s. This period is known
as Ihe Classic or Grecian or Grease • era of rock.
Sim Na Na lives up lo their goals visually and
musically.
They appear wilh slicked back DA haircuts, gold
Lame suits, undershirts and dirly jeans. They carry
packs of cigarettes in their rolled up summer shirt
sleeves. The gleam in their eyes is perhaps more than
stage presence. Sha Na Namay be satire, hut like
all good satire il is played seriously, and sometimes
the actors can't tell if they're kidding or not.
Also appearing on ihe bill with Sha Na Na will
he Cheech and ('hong, hilled as the "World's Only
Mexican Chinese Comedy Team." Tickets are available for $2 wilh lax and $4 without lax beginning
Monday, September 6, l')7l and throughout the
week in the CC lobby for 10 am 2 pm. In the
words of Sha Na Na: "Next time we're in your
area
area you'd
you'd better
better come
come looking
looking I'I'm
m us...or
us...or we'll
we'll come
come
looking for
for you."
you." So
So be
be there
there al
al the
the gym
gym on
on Friday,
Friday,
looking
l
September
September 10,
10, l')7l
l')7l when
when Ihe
the doors
doors open
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Bits and Pieces
111 1 s and Pieces has been published by your student association
government as a supplement lo Ihe regular campus media. Future
information about Student Association activities will be publicized through ihe Albany Student Press and radio station WSUA
once legulai opeiatioli is lesumed.
.greyhound
Last year Student Association
entered into contract with Greyhound Lines, Inc. to provide busses for students on weekends and
holidays.
Busses run from the circle on
the new campus to New York
(Port Authority) on every weekend and to other major cities in
the state (Binghamton, Utica,
S y r a c u s e , Rochester, and
Buffalo). They return to the circle
only when a minimum number of
32 will be returning to the campus
on that particular run, otherwise
they will return to the bus terminal in Albany. There usually is not
this problem, with the NYC runs,
Bits and Pi
Bits and Pieces is an infrequent newsletter published by the
Student Association of the State University of New York at
Albany, 1400 Washington Avenue, Campus Center Room 346,
phone 457-6542.
President
Alike Lampert
Vice President
Terry Wilbert
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Tickets should be going on sale
during the week of September 5lh
across from check cashing and
usually from the hours of 1 0 - 1 .
Check for signs indicating any
changes in sale hours. Also, check
the ASP for scheduling of buses
and ticket sales for holidays and
olher weekends.
WSUA 640 is broadcasting
again, this lime completely from
uptown studios in (he Campus
Center. Some difficulties are being
experienced on Stale and Alumni
Quads, but these will shortly be
cleared up.
New members are urgently being
sought for the many functions of
WSUA. All interested are urged to
come up to Campus Center 316
during the day and sign up.
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Stuyvesant
Bus
The FREE bus thai operates
between the Albany Stale campus
and Stuyvesant Plaza will begin
stopping at Indian Quad starling
Monday, September 6lh, Indian
Quad will be both the starting and
termination point for live bus
which now operates on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday nights and
all day Saturday.
Check the bulletin boards and
the Albany Student Press centerfold next Friday for a complete
bus schedule.
Ctmpm Cmdtr 346 ij
Legal size paper, and colored paper available at slight j !
extra charge. Save even more on mimeo an J ditto by I;
supplying your own paper.
Your Representatives
The following are members of University Senate
and Central Council, elected from various constituencies on campus. Please feel free to contact these
representatives if you should have any problems or
questions about your student government.
Central Council
From Alumni Quad: Jay Passinault, M. Klatzko.
From Colonial Quad: Bob Familanl, Randy
Farnsworth, Eric Joss, Rick Liese.
From Dutch Quad: Ken Stokem, Rich Aiken,
Festus Joyce, Rich Friedlander.
From Indian Quad: Eric Lonschein, Jody Widelitz,
Jay Shusterhoff.
From Stale Quad: Alan Kaufman, Steve Gerber,
Rich Soberman, Debbie Nalansohn.
Commuters: Dave Kopilow, Jack Schwartz,
Cindy Warren, Gregg Maynard, Debbie Smith,
Kenneth Eiges, Gary Carnal.
University Senate
From Alumni Quad, senators are Ed Allegrelli and
Robert Harris
From Colonial Quad: Dave Hirsch, Rick Licsc, J.J.
Pavis and Alan Reiler.
From Dutch Quad: Gordon Thompson, Mike
Lampert, Ken Stokem,and Rich Aiken.
From Indian Quad: Phil Cantor, Diane Kowalski
and Jay Goldman.
From Stale Quad: Sieve Gerber, Debbie
Nalansohn, Alan Kaufman, and Richard Soberman.
Representing Commuters: Milch Liherman, Dave
Kopilow, Debbie Smith, Gregg Maynard, and
George Nealon.
Workshops in Journalism
Offered This Semester
Prompted by Albany Slate's
complete lack of journalism
courses, a series of workshops in
facets of communications work
will occur this semester, beginning
sometime next week and continuing all semester. These sessions
are open Io the entire university
community in an attempt Io aid
and inform those students interested in journalism.
Area newspaper and radio personnel, as well as qualified individuals from live university are
expected to participate. Some
local political officials, among
them Albany District Attorney
Arnold Proskin and Slate Assent-
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and holiday runs to the cities in
Western New York.
Tickets cost the same as at the
terminal in Albany but save the
student the time and expense of
traveling to the terminal.
WSUA640
is back!
WWWWWf
New, expanded Xerox facilities now enable reduction
of the original to normal letter size, or larger legal
size. Anything printed, up to 18 inches by 14 inches,
will fit. You can even make two original pages fit
onto one sheet! And it costs no extra.
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BITS AND PIECES
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1971
There will be a meeting on
Thursday. Scplcmhei 2 at 3:30
pm in SS 256 fin anyone desiring
Io apply foi the AMIA Council,
comniissioneiships of any spoils,
officiating ot becoming an Intramural student assistant.
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There will also be a mandatory
officials meeting in CC356 on
Thursday, Seplenvliei ') at 3:30
pm.
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II there are any questions call
7 6')7K or visii the Intramural
Office, Campus Center 356.
In addition, there will be a
captains' meeting of all football
leagues on Wednesday, September
H al 3:31) pm in Campus Center
356. If you plan on entering a
football team, the last tune to do Sweel Fire Kevolulumaiy Com.
so is al ihis meeting, Each team inie newspaper. Anyone interested
must be represented so, it live in willing, diawing oi joining live
captain can't make it, send some- stuff come up to loom 346 of the
one else.
Campus Centei oi call -157 oS-l.t
Sweet Fire
blywoman Mary Anne Krupsak
are also interested in appearing.
Hopefully, Ihcsc sessions will lead
to an actual accredited course
series in journalism al Albany
Slate.
Attendance al the workshops is
strictly voluntary, although students interested in working on the
Albany Student Press and WSUA
are particularly urged to attend.
Topics Io be covered will range
from pointers on news writing In
advertising and the actual physical
make up of a newspaper.
Meal Contracts
Any student who wants Io
change meal contracts may do so
by going lo the Food Service
Office in Fulton Hall between
Sept. 7 10, ') am lo 5 pm. You
must bung youi picture meal
caul.
There will be no Snack llai
Meal Passes so it youi schedule
conflicts with meal hours you
must change youi contract.
Activities Day
Activities
Day
'71 Saturday,
Sepl. 25 in live Campus t'enlei
This yeui all SA funded
clubs and organizations are required lo participate in this event. II
you are president or chairman ol
such a group please contract Lori
llailand al 7 4775 for details, All
groups will be required lo allend
an organizational meeting I'm
Activities Day lo be held 7:30
pm, Sepl 1.1 in lire Campus
Center Assembly Hall
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