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Thursday, November 1, 2001
Student Congress Focuses on External Appointments
Two student groups got
funding, and two Congress
members were expelled for
problems with attendance.
By Deb McCown
Staff Writer
Student Congress approved 31 exec
utive branch appointments to external
committees Tuesday night and allocated
funding to two student groups.
It also brought three resolutions before
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the full Congress for examination. All
three resolutions - approving appoint
ments to the Committee on Student
Conduct, approving emergency justices to
the Student Supreme Court and approv
ing the Board of Elections - passed.
Student Body Vice President Rudy
Kleysteuber, who oversees external
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these positions. Kleysteuber said mem
bers of the Cabinet then interview these
applicants, while he and two assistants
go through their applications.
The process has been slowed this year
by the introduction of anew database to
keep track of the appointments, said
Kleysteuber, who believes it will make
the process more efficient in the future.
“Before, you would have to go
through the (Student) Code and then go
to each committee member and go
through all the people on the committee
and type in all the e-mail addresses,”
Kleysteuber said.
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“Now I just tell the computer that I
need a list of all the people who need to
be approved by Congress and haven’t
yet, and it just gives me a list of all the
e-mail addresses, and I just copy and
paste them.”
But he said getting to this point has
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administrative decision to eliminate res
ident on-campus parking in the near
future. No students were consulted
before the decision was made.
Young also encouraged Student
Congress members to sign up for Safe
Zone training to learn how to support
lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender
students, faculty and staff on campus.
Training is administered by the Center
for Healthy Student Behaviors at
Student Health Service.
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When people gat upset, their hearing
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What will you do tor your next trick?
Be careful not to break anything, espe
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would be easier to ignore this person if
you hadn't made a promise. A change
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Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. IB)
- Today is a 6 - Ybu’ra facing tough
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You're good with words, and so
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■ Today is an 8 - You are being pro
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You can learn.
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- Today is a 6 - Don't brag (or com
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better. Just keep stashing it sway for
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