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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, September 19, 1986, Image 9

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The Press/Friclay, September 19, 1986/NINE StUdents. chosen for financial board By JOAN ZIFF Seven State University College at Cortland students were elected to the senate financial board at the Stu- dent Senate meetfng Mon- day. Elected were Paul Zettl, Dan_,.. ·French, Edwin 'De la Cruz, Joseph Ruyack, Darrel Marcy, Margaret Herman, and Scott Madine. The responsibility of this commit- tee is to decide which clubs are allocated what of moner .. The~ will Stick 'em up also aecide the spring budget for 1987. Three student represen- tatives to 'the faculty senate were also chosen. They are: Thad McTique, Carolyn Maloney and David Giumen- to. Jim Cullen,- CCSA presi- dent, spoke of the voter coalition rally which is to take place this Saturday, in which Mayor Bud Quinlan, and possibly a repre~entative from the League of Women Voters, will speak. Cullen also appealed to the student senators to par- ticipate in the coalition's ef- fort to register voters. He re- quested that they each man a table at Corey Union and the library. The topic of Self- Sufficiency was also brought up by Cullen. Self- sufficiency is a policy in w~ich the campus may set pnces for·the dorms. This may cause an increase in room rent, especially since moving DeGroat residents to the Holiday Inn cost roughly $30,000. Tenants rights were also mentioned during this meeting, and a hotline will be set up with a lawyer prov4ded · for off campus students hav- ing problems. More informa- tion about this can be obtain- ed at the NYPIRG office. The $15 early fee for retur- ning students was brought up by McTique, as he expressed his dislike of the policy and stated that both he and Cullen had spoken to Residence Life about this issu(;. Cullen suggested that the senators make a verbal resolution for the money to be returned to the students. It was stated· that the dorms were open early mere- ty to provjde new students with a proper orientation. HoweverrJn the future this pf()b]em \e0uld be solved by moving the .orientation calen- dar back a day to allow retur- ning students to enter their dorms earlier. Other issues,. such as cam- (3US. safety and parking pro- blems were mentioned briefly and will be discussed in greater detail at ap-com~ng meetings. -----continued from page two But beyond the consensus in Washington that something must be done about the dru.g abuse problem, there were in- dications that some suggested solutions face ·heavy obstacles: Leaders of federal employee unions, and the American Civil Liberties Union, . challenged the administration to define \sensitive\ jobs. ,. Said Alan Adler, legislative counsel of the ACL U: \The president's proposal is a blatant violation of the rights of American workers to be free of search and seizure without probable cause.\ Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger spoke out vehemently against a proposa.l, inducting in legislation pass- ed overwhelmingly by t)1e House last Thursday, to require the president to dispatch U.S. military forces within 45 days to the nation's borders to interdict drug-traffic. Haase Majority Leader Jim Wright, D-Texas, questioned the administration's committrnent to putting enough money into tl1e new anti-drug abuse campaign. \The president said that you can't just throw money at the problem,\ Wright said. '\That's true. You can't just throw words at the problem, either. You've got to have some money to do it right.'',, Chicago City Limits performs improvisation of a stick up last Saturday. Reagan's executive order, requiring mandatory tests for federal workers in sensitive j()bs aitd voluntary screening for the rest of the civilian fed~rw workforce, took effect·upon · Scott and Lori the ________ ... PRESS wants you! Through the month of September, get FREE tires with the purchase of a Fall Tune-U . . . . . . . . . . Lori Adams . - ...... Scott Sabourin Package Includes: • Adjusting brakes and gears • New brake shoes (except cantilevers)• Truing wheels• Re-packing of head· set, crank and wheel barings • Complete lubrication • Safety check • New handlebar tape • TwD new tires Only: 3~ 5. 10. 12-speeds Mc11ntain 81kes 795 $ &4495 AY_.....--..._.. BICYCLE & HOBBY SHOPS 85 Main St. • Co NY 13045 • 753·0945 The Latin Students Union , the Spanish Club, and the Women's Minority Council Would like to invite you to celebrate ._ ____ Hispanic week. ___ ..... We will have an informal dinner Friday Sept 19 from 5-7pm \\__; in the Interfaith Center. j Contrib4tions to th~ dinner are optional Contact Eddie at 753-7468 (/ his signature. ·- TAKE BACK THE NIGHT MARCH FRIDAY Sept. 19th 7:30 pDl ~OBEY Ul'YIOJY STEPS. '- Let's Unite To Raise Awareness Of Crime& ·committed Against Women At Night!J.!I 'Y.ith:.Colleen Cratren- Folk, Singer ' ' ·-

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