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Congress forms groups
to study tuition and fees
BY MEGAN HANNAY
STAFF WRITER
Student Congress passed reso
lutions Tuesday creating two new
select committees to evaluate how
students' money is collected and
spent.
Freshman Congress Rep. Jason
Sutton proposed a select committee
to study tuition predictability. And
freshman Congress Rep. Harrison
Brooks presented a resolution for a
select committee to study the use of
the student fees that are not directly
delegated by Congress.
Sutton, who was voted chairman
of his proposed committee, said
the group would create a report on
tuition increases and transparency.
“We’ll work with executive
branch and do some work our
selves," he said. “Students get up
in arms about tuition increases,
but they don't really see where the
extra money is going."
Sutton said he is not quite sure
what his committee will find, but he
hopes to discover what causes rises
in tuition and what the increases
fund.
While Sutton’s committee deter
mines where student dollars are
going. Brooks' committee will study
how well activity fees are put to use.
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Raynor said that new environ
mental issues are always arising and
that she wants to ensure her propos
als allow for incoming projects.
She added that these types of
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Brooks said his financial effi
ciency committee will look at the
use of the 40 percent of student
activity fees of which Congress does
not have direct jurisdiction.
For the 2008-09 year, students
will pay about S3OO total for activ
ity fees. The 40 percent portion
amounts to about $l2O from each
student.
These fees are taken “off the
top" of the student activity fee
budget and given to a select
group of organizations such as
Carolina Union Activities Board.
Student Television and WXYC.
The remainder of the funds are
given to Congress to be doled out
to the other about 600 student
organizations.
“It is our obligation to make
sure (student fees are) being spent
wisely." Bnx)ks said. “We don’t have
direct control over how they're
spending their money."
Brooks added that the commit
tee is not going after any certain
organization.
At the meeting. Student Body
Treasurer Pedro Carreno pointed
out that there is already an execu
tive committee, the student fee
audit committee, whose purpose it
is to audit the organizations receiv -
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Brooks said that he was aware
of SFAC's roles but that it does not
have any legislative authority as
Congress members do.
‘lt kind of goes back to the prem
ise of ‘Two minds are better than
one,’ especially when it’s 40 percent
of student fees," Brooks said.
Brooks added that because
of recent events, SFAC has only
been able to audit one group this
semester.
The resolution also was clarified
to explain that the financial effi
ciency committee would study only
organizations that receive student
activity fees, not all student fees, as
SFAC overlooks.
Congress members also renewed
a third select committee that hopes
to find a way to put all publications
paid for with student fees under
one vendor.
It was formed under the last ses
sion of Congress.
Bryan Weynand, the committee
chairman, said he thinks printing
the magazines in bulk could save
each organization hundreds of dol
lars on each issue.
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and I hope student government
can be a resource for that.”
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exercisers is group classes. It's not
as awkward when 40 other people
are doing the same thing.
The instructors act as a type of
support system for newcomers.
“The instructors were really nice
and w’alked me right through the
classes," senior Catherine Kimel
said. “You also have to remember
that everyone was new at some
point, and there are usually new
people in every class."
But the instructors also work
hard to make sure all of their stu
dents feel comfortable.
“I always come in and intro
duce myself and try to be just as
excited and energetic as possible
to get my students to react that
same way,” said Anne Eudy, who
teaches the dance exercise class
Zumba.
“I try to explain that it is perfect
ly okay if you don't get all the steps
and just to have fun with it and you
will eventually catch on."
Both gyms offer special pro
grams, called fitness orientations,
to acquaint those who are new to
the facilities.
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work the machines, Hinton said.
The RHRC also offers a two
hour program during orientation
for incoming freshmen, facility
manager Jordan Albertson said.
Still, some first-timers use the
buddy system for their inaugural
trip to a recreation center.
“My first time at kickboxing,
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with my friend who had already
been," junior Jennifer Xiong
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“Once you go a few times, the
intimidation of being a new-comer
fades. Now my friend and I come
together every week.”
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DEPARTMENTS
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Arts and Sciences says the upcoming
growth of the student population is
nothing the University can't handle.
“For the time being, the college
hopes to be able to handle any
expansion plans on the main cam
pus," said Dean Holden Thorp.
"With the potential relocation of
one or more schools plus the con
struction of a few new buildings on
this campus, we can accommodate
the growth we need for the next
five to 10 years.”
Contact the University Editor
at udesk (a unc.edu
ART
FROM PAGE 3
figures, masks, pottery and callig
raphy.
Board Chairwoman Pam
Hemminger said the show serves
a valuable purpose.
“The students' work is great, and
it's a wav for them to stay connect
ed with the arts," she said.
Contact the City Editor
at citydesk(as unc.edu.
UNC shut out
The Tar Heel baseball team lost
to Elon 2-0 Tuesday in Cary. See
pg. 6 for story.
A tale of innocence
Darryl Hunt, who was freed from
prison after wrongful conviction,
spoke Tuesday. Go online for story.
Future first lady?
Michelle Obama made a cam
paign stop in Raleigh for her
husband. See pg. 5 for story .
But I was late to class!
Students try different ways to
appeal Department of Public Safety
parking tickets. See jig. 7 for story.
Lighting up the town
Residents comment on a pro
posal to add blue lights to crime
heavy areas. See pg. 1 for story.
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