|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
April 9 Page 4 1 93 ASUSU candidates air platform what happen to the USU students and I’m willing to make all the sacrifices and put all the need election is the greatest students’ also like to see it becoming inside into what affect they accontrol of their own life and the reality a larger speaker funds tually have and how this effect funds which have been put into which as it is now we used to run can be improved And I would I think the issue of proposed ' student government As it stands out of money at the end of last also to devote my summer time in day care center although this now $2850 which goes in quarter so we don’t get many to the office since I have a job has been the issue for the last students’ fees the valley only five dollars speakers as we should several years ought to be pushed and is cents and expanding effectively fifty Improving to the conclusion Also I’d like to controlled by student govern-mentthstudent’s housing center ser- Rex Lund: Because of my past see students’ have a better voice is not increased over vices Along th§se lines I like to experience within the executive in the allocation of the budget on see also a greater student’s council hopefully this year we approximately ten years period campus not even to keep up with inflation control dormitory and cafeteria can start out as an active to begin with Secondly it does take money to policies and greater imput in the £“3uctiv2 body Mike Silva: The main thing I naif a year carry many programs out such UC’s policy particularly in the and not mending want to see coming out of this as the day care center which I bookstore finding out Ibe red tape student government had to go through Also the fact that I really care 0? SL: Whatmakesyou think you are the best man for this office? Continued from Page One ASUSU Mike Silva: First of all I must admit that I do have very little experience in student boverment itself But I feel that as I have sat experience in student goverment possibly be best to represent a mass of students who are not directly involve with student goverment are near at hand constitutional amendment senior writer The ASUSU Executive Council defeated a resolution which would have put on the ballot a proposed constitutional amendment restoring the executive secretary’s vote and passed resolutions concerning Student Life funding and the proposed child care center Work on the president’s cabinet as a student and worked on the shuttle bus has allowed me to have contact with ministration Application forms are available at the Activity Center in the UC by Mary Weinberg The resolution concerning the secretary’s vote was introduced by Chris Erni volunteer services vice Art Morlln: student goverment and president ad- The majority of the council felt that one woman could not accurately reflect the interests of all the women on campus and that the secretary is usually too busy to be able to participate effectively in meetings This give me the oooooooooa MINIATURE GOUU They must be returned by r April 27 so a hearing can be arranged U O rCD’S PUTT-PO- T 140 So 1st West X Open at 3:30 pm president Exec council voted down Bruce Jorgensen: I feel that I have and I will continue conscientiously find the wish of the Students And I will take the time and I have the desire necessary ' to see that these wishes are realized in positive action of the student government Any student group is eligible to apply for a budget from ASUSU funds the student Kim Berlin: I would like to complete present program at USU supplement with creative' Ideas to increase student representation and to work ard good qualificaiton and involvement in goveument maxes me the best man for student body is BUDGET HEARINGS to make time government a protective body The bill concerning Student Life funding was introduced by Rick Burtenshaw This legislation requests funds from the administration to improve the quality of the paper The request is based on the fact that staffand faculty members read Student Life but at present only student money is available to cover publishing U IOOOOOOOOOI The council also passed a resolution urging allocation of funds for the child care center so that the Space xrc Management Committee can consider facilities for the center DO OOOOOOO OO OOOOOO 0004 o For Academic Vice President q r Lyle Anderson &&& 0 a O OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOO InSS: cl tits c£ops you'll THE nssd Cor a Europs trip Pass the word SOFA can get you to Europe Alnca Israel the Far East or anywhere Other services available from SOFA include a great Car Plan the Student Railpass language courses in Europe and low cost accommodations m hotels holiday villages and hostels AH the dope ts In the FREE 1973 Official Student Travel Guide to Europe SOFA don’t sit on it — Send for it NOW AND APRIL 11th FAC - get you back1 As the wholly owned subsidiary of eleven non profit European National aW Student Travel Bureaus SOFA can issue you the International Student Identity Card and book you on any of our 8 OCX) student charier flights within Europe Asia and Africa (including Tel Aviv Bombay Bangkok Nairobi etc ) Up to 70 savings over normal fares SOFA also offers an extensive array of tours allowing the independent student traveller to take advantage of inexpensive group arrangements and sightseeing We feature culturally rewarding Israeli kibbutz programs and educations! tou-- s withm Europe end the Soviet Union j! 8pm $150 with ID - $200 Public Tickets available in UC Basement or at the Door SPONSORED BY CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST - 24 Sj SOFA please send me the FREE dope Nun Addrow — Zv Send to SOFA StudMd Tram Cwttor Ltd 136 East 57th SltMt Suit 1305 Now York N Y 10022 Tl (212) PL 16000 KM vU pXXy v:us i I’ ' V--- "v I1 A'Uu"M‘ 'it i"