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Lamron. (Geneseo, N.Y.) 1972-1973, August 01, 1973, Image 13

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A ssem b ly cont’d • • • ( C o n t ' d f r o m p g . 1 4 — ) S6. Representatives from Member I nsti tutions. 1 Each member of the Assembly shall have one representative tor each 3,500 full-time equivalent students or fraction thereof. For the purpose of this Article, full-time equivalent students shall be the average of the number of full-time equivalent student in attendance at a member institution during the spring and fall semester of the previous calendar year, as determined by State University . The first representative of each member institution shall be that institution's student government president or officer next in line of succession who shall serve ex officio, Additional representatives from member institutions shall be duly elected annually from among and by the student of that institution in accordance with procedures promulgated by the campus student government body. 57. Representatives from Affiliate Member Institutions. All affiliate members located within a given coordinating area as defined by the University shall be considered as one regional unit. Each regional unit shall have two representatives to the Assembly. Representatives of affiliate members shall be elected annually upon the vote of the delegates of affiliate members to a meeting of the regional unit in which the community college is located. Each affiliate member shall have one delegate to each meeting who shall be the student government president or the officer next in line to succession. Representatives shall be elected as follows: 1. One representative shall be elected by a plurality of the affiliate member attending the meeting of the regional unit, each institution having one vote. 2. One representative shall be elected by a plurality of the vote of the affiliate members attending the meeting of the regional unit, each institution having one vote for each 100 full-time equivalent student. 58. Representatives shall act in person and not by proxy. Meetings of the Assembly; Committees; Officers „ S9. Meetings. The Assembly shall meet once a year for the election of officers and the transaction of other business at such time and place within the State as shall be determined by the Executive Committee. Other regular meetings of the Assembly shall by scheduled by the Executive Committee. Special meetings of the Assembly may be called by the Executive Committee and shall be called when requested to do so by one-fourth of the representatives. The Assembly shall meet periodically with the Chancellor or his designee at mutually agreeable times. Notice of regular or special meetings, together with an agenda, shall fip .put to each representative and the Chancellor. 510. Officers. The officers of the Student Assembly shall be the Oh.ntperson and Vice Chairperson. Officers shall be elected annually dinong and by representatives to the Assembly at the annual tmg. These officers shall be voting members of the Student ■•V.v'mbly and shall not be counted as part of the representation of ■ir f respective institutions. The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the Assembly and jf the Executive Committee and execute all resolution made by the Assembly and the Executive Committee. The VTce-Chairperson shall perform such duties as are prescribed by Chairperson or the Assembly. In the absence of the Chairperson, e Vice-Chairperson shall perform theduties of the office. Executive Committee. There shall be an Executive Committee . the Student Assembly which shall be comprised of the Chairperson .■ •j Vice Chairperson and 13 additional members elected at large by . <\ the Assembly at the annual meeting. The Executive Committee shall include at least one representative . mti the undergraduate division of a University Center, the graduate 't . mjm of a University Center, a State University College, a State i I'pversity Agricultural and Technical College, a State University \■cidlued College or a State University Medical Center, and a ■1 immunity college. The Executive Committee shall act on behalf of the Assembly hmween meetings of the Assembly. Regular and special meetings of ihi; Executive Committee shall be as specified in the Assembly bylaws. The Executive Committee shall meet periodically with the Chancellor or his designee at mutually agreeable times. Notices of regular and special meetings of the Executive Committee together with an agenda shall be sent to-each member of the Executive Committee and to the Chancellor. 512. Other Committees. Committees shall be constituted by the Assembly, the Executive Committee or the Chairperson. Committee members must be students, faculty or staff of the State University. All committee action and reports shall be addressed to the Assembly and copies sent to the Chancellor and such others as the Assembly bylaws shall determine. 5 13. Terms of Office. The term of office of each elected representative shall begin at the annual meeting of the Assembly following election and end at such time as a successor is duly elected ;iid qualified. Representatives serving ex officio shall serve for a period co-extent with their office as student government president. The term of office of members of the Executive Committee and A\sembly officers shall begin upon their election at the annual meeting and end at such time as their successors are duly elected and malified. Vacancies in the office or representative or member of the i xecutive Committee or Assembly officer shall occur upon the death, resignation, recall, incapacity or the loss of student status of the mcumbent. The Assembly bylaws may establish procedures for the selection of alternate representatives and filling of vacancies. ‘•■14. Bylaws. The Assembly may adopt, amend and repeal such bylaws as it deems advisable consistent with this article governing its procedures. Amendments S15. Amendments. The Board of Trustees shall approve all amendments to this Article. The Assembly may propose amendments to the Board of Trustees by a majority vote. Amendments proposed by the Assembly shall be submitted by fhe Chancellor to the Board of I rustees with his recommendation. The Chairperson shall convey the **xt of any proposed amendments in writing to the appropriate local '-drripus student governance body of each Member and Affiliate Member not less than fourteen (14) prior to its consideration. Jnless otherwise provided, such amendments will become effective \pon approval by the Board of Trustees. H i t c h i n g P r o b l e m S o l v e d ? Eugene, Ore. (AFS)-Urban organizing a hitch-hiking system which may become a prototype for other college communities throughout the U. S. It is an routing system, providing sites where students may wait for motorists to pick them up. Students have proposed 32 initial sites which were chosen for convenience and safety of ipassenger a n d \R ide-Stop\ signs, designed by a graphics student, are placed at these locations. \What we're really trying to do,.\ a coordinator of the project explained, \is create an option of primarily geared for students.\ funded a grant of $735 from the University; a matching grant is co m m u n i t y college which is included in the program. The appropriate cost is about five cents per student. d e p e n d on the goodwill of a driver-incentive program called the Auto Stop plan has been used. The hitcher buys a book of coupons for the equivalent of about $2, and reward the driver with a numbered coupon which may' win a Polskie Fiat, or other substantial prizes. Each book is worth 1,000 miles of rides to the buyer, and for each 500,000 books sold, there's a million dollars available for prizes. The system originated in 1958 when they had less than a million vehicles in the Polish Peoples' Republic, for a population of about 30 mi llion. Ask Dr. Dope Dear Dr. Dope: Where does marijuana come from ? Wondering in Missouri Dear WI M: Marijuana comes from the Gtork, a bird which can be raised in your own home. Warning: Do not eat the Gtork. Many Gtorks have been eaten by mistake. It is tne Gtork droppings which get you high. Dr. Dope Drop Dead Clause STU D E N T S FRO M : P R E S I D E N T ' S O F F I C E S U B J E C T : D E A T H OF STU D E N T S It has been brought to our attention that many of our students are dying and refusing to fall over after they are dead. T H I S MUST STOP!!!!!! On or after Oct. 26, any student found sitting up after he or she has died will be dropped from enrollment at once, without an investigation under Rule 29, the \Drop Dead\ clause. Where it can be determined that the student is being supported by a piece of equipment, or any other support of the school's, a 90 day period of grace will be granted. The following procedure will be strictly enforced: If, after several hours, it is noted that a student has not moved or changed position, the teacher will investigate. Because of the highly sensitive nature of the students and close resemblance between death and close resemblance between death and their natural studying attitude, the investigation will be made quietly, so as not to disturb the student if he is asleep. If some doubt exists as to the true condition of the student, extending his report card is a fine test. If the student does not respond to it, it may be reasonable to assume that he is dead. However, in some cases, the instinct is so strongly developed that a spasmodic clutch or reflex action may occur. Don't let this fool you. In all cases, a sworn statement by the dead person must be filled out on a special form provided for this purpose. Fifteen copies of this statement will be made. Three are to be sent to Washington, four are sent to Los Angeles, two are to be given to the deceased, and the others will be lost in the school's files. Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated. (Registration for pall bearers will take place on Monday, next.) Yours truly, T H E A D M IN ISTRA T IO N U p t o w n S u b S h o p N e w H o t S u b L i n e : I t a l i a n S a u s a g e B e e f B a r - b - q u e I t a l i a n M e a t b a l l H a m & C h e e s e 119Vi MAIN STREET 2 4 3 - 2 2 4 4 106 WE

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