Daily O'Collegian, 1979-12-05
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historical society &-z hidtorlcal bide. . m bewspaper archives v o"'- a oklahoma city ok 73105 mthe on1 the daily o'coleegian vol. 85-no. 07 stillwater. okla.. wednesday. december 5. 1979 newsstand copy 10c llllllllllllhhnst" &rflhubniv' ttsm apllllahp collcc try 0'collsin " photo by john hill tulsa junior beth howl cheers on the oklahoma state university baskctballcrs despite their disappointing 89-86 loss to of golden hurricane. pokes dropped a 15-point advantage late in second half lose match. publication board grants redskin editor final word the redskin editor tuesday was given final authority over yearbook formats by board of student publications, which reminded editors they must answer to board. encouraged consider opinion when making format decisions. were "serve at pleasure board," has fire them. board's ruling disappointed residence halls association president gary jones, who attempted have current changed. students want their portraits published in sections groups rather than academic classifications, jones said. said he may organize a boycott against subscribing 1981 unless decision is made change format. russell bass, defended his style, delighted actions. members' stemmed from an oct. 2 fequw that proposal. dr. eric williams and chris day anita hess formed committee request. '"in accordance with the (board's) constitution, we recommend editors be given as much leeway possible," williams reported. "if they do get out of line, serve at pleasure board. hope will pay attention to opinions student body a whole. "we aie not trying sidetrack issue. more discussed it, decided that this ( format decision) is function board." recommendation, board members unanimously adopted report. bass and jones were absent when recommendation was made. said he disappointed puzzled by board's ruling. representatives residence halls, greek off-campus students favored change. "what are supposed do, hold an election? it's been almost unanimous consent. really believe mandate majority students," said. "i "think if editor representing body, purpose change," no change planned for 1980 redskin. said sectioning student photos by adademic classification has more journalistic value than other alternatives. "i hope whoever the next redskin editor is will go back to old format," jones said. if no chanfcc announced for 1981 yearbook, he may encourage students not subscribe that edition. oklahoma city junior would favor resorting such "radical" action, but alternatives seem be narrowing. bass board's decision was encouraging, rie it enable yearbook editors maintain standards and produce a "professional product." don't think anyone should up tell gary (jones) how run rha anymore they staff what do," "the board maintains control of editor. examines expertise individuals before selecting them," select new in march. immigration department on campus service officials tuesday were at oklahoma state university, presumably interviewing iranian students about possible visa violations in a crackdown ordered last month by president carter. julie simpson, international student adviser, said representatives from the u.s. and naturalization are campus, but would not say for what reason. simpson she release statement wednesday concerning visit. have been visiting college campuses several days, checking students' papers. interviews began after ins estimates mid-november showed 25 to 50 percent of iranians violation provisions. official george jackson reportedly told tulsa world newspaper monday four claremore junior wore found visas. "the papers all them will be sent office city further investigation. then they notified if must attend deportation hearings next week there," said. registrar's spokosman estimated between 300 400 enrolled osu. an exact figure is hard obtain, since register as "international" rather than nationality, spokesman panhellenic approves judicial body by jane novotny panhellenic council has approved committee recommendations to establish a judicial board and create vice presidential post head it. the constitutional revision met about every week since beginning of semester, said chairwoman barbara geyer. have been discussed in almost meeting this semester. geyer constitution not revised 1977 "even then, it wasn't very well." major revisions monday include creation board, headed president; more specific financial bylaws; establishment specified standing committees. will review such charges as rush violations take necessary disciplinary action against sorority or any its members. she president be fulfill duties absence act non-voting, ex-officio member all "we're making office an elective office" until 1983, when incorporated rotation system now used for filling other posts, said. offices are held each sorority, order at oklahoma state university. more specific bylaw? concerning finances were another major change in the constitution, geyer said. "anything relating to fiscal matters was never there before." she said unrevised constitution contained a statement about membership dues, but did not specify year and who could sign checks on behalf of panhellenic. now lists from jan. 1 dec. 31, inclusive. checks must be signed by the treasurer and countersigned president. geyer said certain committees always have been a part of panhellenic, but never specifically were listed in constitution. "we decided how many people should on these committees" what their basic functions be, she said. article v bylaws now includes standing for panels: informal rush, summer public relations, social, pledge panhellenic, awards, sports and philanthropy. geyer said other changes include "a bylaw for amending the bylaws," previously not listed in constitution, a requirement that constitution be reviewed each year. revision committee members were geyer, chi omega; susan lange, kappa delta; julie schaefer, gamma phi beta; rita dingus, omega. senate ok's off-campus funds by becky porter student senators unanimously approved an amended bill wednesday night allocating $1,300 to the off-campus association. original proposed a $1,500 allocation, but senate budget committee reduced that amount prior consideration. campus activity fee allocated ocsa, although group had sought $10,410 for 1979-80 school year. money is divided equally between fall and spring semesters. provided cafc not sufficient maintain or improve quality of annual projects provide new projects, states. ocsa has $155 remaining from $500 budgeted semester, said president mark ottaviani. "the bulk will go toward office expenses associated with one. also help programs encourage communication through advertising,"1 ottaviani said. include renter's fair, fling commuter car pool, town senator randy calvert said. "spring fling is like an off-campus picnic," "it's very important for recognition because we have trouble reaching our students." the $1,300 allocation will be a "big boost into real bright future" ocsa, ottaviani said approval of means ocsa about $2,555 in its account spring semester. senators elected agriculture sen. noble sokolosky as 1980 senate chairman. had served previously parliamentarian. he narrowly defeated mark usry, his only opponent, 19-1g. other action, unanimously approved bills commending oklahoma state cowboy football team and marching band. bill amending sga bylaws concerning absences passed 28-5 with one abstention. resolution calling workshop involving senate, executives university administrators 32-1 chartering political science club.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1979-12-05|
|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.|