Daily O'Collegian, 1979-11-28
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historical society 2- bldif. bcwspapcr archives oklahoma cityi ok 73105 . "j.he daily c'xllegian" ' the , o collegian vol.85-no.62 stillwater, okla., wednesday, november 28, 1979 newsstand copy 10c senate oks car pool program allocation by becky porter a is being initiated to accommodate students who commute oklahoma state university. student members have approved bill allocating $650 implement the program. "students wishing participate in must first fill out an application form with name of their town, time classes and phone number," said town sen. steve thomas, coauthor bill. "all applications are then fed into computer. computer centralizes names from each city or area," he added. printouts will be available, listing students' names, times classes, telephone numbers towns. "we just provide information. it's up people themselves coordinate pool," thomas said. make agreement between about whose used," "our goal let know there was way get information" for organizing pools, boxes forms placed edmond low library, union, safety security office either registrar's bursar's office. when applicants pick printouts, they also obtain return card. "this card asks how much mileage gas saved using uie program," "it's feedback system us inform department energy progress has made," food mart opinions vary; more area to be opening mirrors make student dizzy by ellen wallace most students seem to be enjoying the new student union food mart, although some have a few complaints ranging from "overdone" "chaotic." second beverage station and pastry pantry arc expected open thursday. other sections of mart are scheduled in three weeks, said winston shin-dell, student union director. opinions were mixed on the architectural design. most glad food mart is open. juan mendez, venezuelan sophomore, was like a ' christmas gift" to him because its opening came before christmas. ""l j o'comeqian photo by lynette shurflefl rreezy rider a cold, blustery day wasn't enough to keep young derek southard of stillwater, who attends pre-school on campus, from triking during recess period tuesday. the serving area is "chaotic," said karen alice, quapaw junior. she enjoys dining area. richard ockenfels, a phoenix, ariz., graduate student, he thought was "overdone" for college campus. particularly disliked several mirrors. also displeased with mirrors anita hess, enid "they make me dizzy," said. "they're confusing. "i think there's going to be lot of hassles getting in here because its so crowded," hess "i'm glad finally done." paula williams, visitor from tulsa, likes mart "foreign or sophisticated air." tulsa freshman tim mccann renovation. "it's big. it looks real modern student union building. like giving face lift," sue graham, lawton freshman, big and can relax it. shindell pastry pantry an additional beverage station will open at north end thursday accommodate students faculty. offer doughnuts, sweet rolls, cakes special decorative items. hours 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m., bob richeson, food services coordinator. 6:30 10:30 monday through saturday, on sundays p.m. administration still experimenting opening closing kitchen. addition mart, oklahoma room used banquets beginning thursday. no longer public use, noted. response has been overwhelming, even though seating problems peak times have caused problems. starlight fountain reopen study purposes help eliminate overcrowding first floor "hopefully, reduce some pressure floor," coffee, carbonated beverages, cold sandwiches snack items served friday 9 2 "this those people who want coke coffee," 0 -registrar says 'visiting' students won't get grades students who have failed to pay tuition fees but are "visiting" classes should note their names been removed from class rolls, registrar raymond girod said tuesday. instructors advised by not issue any grades visiting classes. this policy excludes those auditing questions about the . policy should immediately contact girod at 624-6857. those who wish to drop a class must obtain cards and have their instructors sign them. last day is dec. 6, when all be in bursar's office by 5 p.m. spring schedules may picked up, beginning 6. however, location for distribution of will announced later. first lady's visit prompts nigh decision i oklahoma city (ap) - gov. george nigh's decision to make public his support for president carter was triggered by next week's visit first lady rosalynn carter. mrs. will come wednesday a $250 reception and $50-a-plate dinner. both events be held at the skirvin plaza hotel. . after ducking question of presidential several months, nigh announced monday he is supporting re-election. one four governors who refused vote resolution democratic association meeting in louisville, ky. governor said always planned support the president, but decided to make announcement now in advance of mrs. carter's visit. nigh and u.s. sen. david boren have agreed be honorary co-hosts for carter fund-raising events next week. "since i'd co-host event anyway. i felt a better position by making now," said. reception is scheduled 6:30 p.m. dinner at 7:30 sponsors expect about 400 500 persons attend dinner. staff members said tuesday governor told them 10 days ago he planned endorse carter, time public was left undecided. although mrs. carter's schedule has not been announced, she is expected to spend the night in oklahoma city, probably at governor's mansion. nigh one of last democratic governors endorse carter. boren was first carter four years ago. said some staff members governor sought no concessions from president for his support. just how active will be campaign delegates up air. under present delegate system, it doubtful a chief executive could have much impact on stale delegates. sga minority vote expected student senators are expected to consider a bill amending the government association constitution at their meeting wednesday night. bill, if passed by senate and ratified body, would guarantee two seats r minorities. an afro-american international fill seats. "diversification of p backgrounds, ideals goals i evident in racial mixture" provide learning experience, bill states. two bills commending the oklahoma state university cowboy football team and marching band will be introduced during meeting. a amending sga bylaws also introduced. it proposes "no senator shall absent from senate meetings or workshops unless permission has been granted by chairman." meeting, open to public, is at 7 p.m. in student union case study a.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1979-11-28|
|Subject||Oklahoma State University-Students-Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals-Oklahoma; Stillwater, (Okla.)-Newspapers|
|Description||The student-run newspaper at Oklahoma State University from 1924 -|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma State University. 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
|Rights||Copyright 2011 Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges. All rights reserved.|