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Student Association of the State University of New York Records

1969-1985

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Abstract

This collection documents the activities of the Student Association of the State University of New York from its founding in 1970 hrough its first decade of existence.

Summary

Creator:
State University of New York--Student Association
Date Coverage:
1969-1985
Quantity:
17.5 cubic ft.

The Student Association of the State University of New York (SASU) was established in the Summer of 1970 by five student governments in the State University of New York system. There were several reasons for its establishment. First, a new Chancellor, Dr. Ernest Boyer, had just been appointed without any meaningful student input into this decision. Second, the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees was proposing to alter the rules governing the use of mandatory student fees without consulting with students. Third, many students were alarmed at the response of SUNY Central to disruption on campus, and believed that a state-wide student organization was necessary to oppose the establishment of local campus hearing commissions for campus disruption.["A Short SASU History," (Reprinted from 1972 Annual Report), History folder, SASU Subject Files.] Finally, and perhaps most important, it should be noted that on college and university campuses across the nation, students were demanding that they be granted a greater role in the decision making processes on campus. On many issues, ranging from the establishment of curricula to the leveling of fees and tuition, students were increasing their input into the administration of their institutions. Thus SASU's creation should be seen in the context of the growing national student movement.

In October 1970, SUNY student government leaders gathered in Albany for the first plenary session of the newly incorporated Student Association of the State University of New York. A steering committee had been formed, composed of three students, one from each of the State University Centers at Albany and Buffalo, and the State University College at Oswego. Each of these schools had loaned money to SASU in order to have this first conference. It was agreed that power within SASU was to be democratically vested in the membership, however conflicts arose over voting structure and membership dues were. Community college delegates feared that most of the power in the organization would be concentrated with the representatives of the four year schools, and four-year state operated colleges were equally fearful of domination by the four-year University Centers. A compromise was achieved apportioning delegate votes and membership dues according to both the number of students represented by a particular student government and the type of school.[Ibid.] SASU delegates were to be responsible for conveying local campus issues and proposals to the Membership, and for reporting back to their local student government approved plans of action.[Untitled form letter describing SASU, History folder, SASU Subject Files.]

At this meeting an Executive Committee was established, consisting of twelve people, elected from the membership, whose major responsibility was to carry out the dictates of the membership and to coordinate SASU activities.["SASU Perspective", circa 1971, History folder, SASU Subject Files.] This committee would act as a steering committee and make policy decisions in the absence of the full Membership.[Untitled form letter describing SASU, circa 1975, History folder, SASU Subject Files.] It was decided that only seven rather than eight members were required for a quorum.[Membership minutes, 5 December 1970.] Also at this first meeting the organization's by-laws were established, making SASU not only a political forum for students, but also a service organization.["A Short SASU History," (Reprinted from 1972 Annual Report), History, SASU Subject Files.] The student representatives recognized that if student governments were to be asked to pay between $1,000 and $6,000 to join, SASU would have to provide some concrete attractions such as savings in such areas as health insurance, block purchasing and entertainment contracting.[Ibid.]

Since SASU was a voluntary organization, and since it received no formal recognition from the University's Central Administration, most student governments were unwilling to commit funds during the first year. Thus the officers devoted a great deal of time and energy to convincing these governments of both the political and economic advantages of student unity. At the second meeting twenty schools were represented (although only five had paid dues).["A Short SASU History," (Reprinted from 1972 Annual Report), History, SASU Subject Files.]

In 1971 SASU hired a full time Executive Director to based in Albany. This Executive Director was to be responsible for the operation and the monitoring of activities in the Capitol. This position was abolished within six months due to both conflicts with between the Executive Committee and Executive Director, and a lack of funds with which to pay for the position.[Ibid.] In 1972, with the election of Mark Borenstein as chairperson of SASU, the functions of the Executive Director were assumed by the SASU chairperson (alternately known as the President).

At this time the Executive Committee adopted a statement of policy prescribing three major objectives for SASU. First, provision of direct services to student governments and student government organizations. Second, provision of direct services to students in the State University. Third, the monitoring of policy organizations that administer SUNY and higher education in New York State in general, particularly the Central Administration, the State Education Department (Board of Regents) and the New York State Legislature.[Ibid.] Four students were hired as part-time staff in the new Buffalo office to begin to implement the new priority mandates.

During 1972 the organization addressed the conflicts between the two and four year schools represented by SASU, and decided that membership should be restricted to campuses directly governed by the State University Board of Trustees, thereby barring community colleges which are governed by an independent board of trustees.[Ibid.] At a later date the voting structure of the organization was also changed. Member schools were to be represented by a student government President, and an at-large elected delegate for each 3,500 full-time equivalent students.[Untitled form letter describing SASU, History folder, SASU Subject Files.] At the June membership meeting regional offices were approved in New Paltz, Stony Brook, Potsdam, Geneseo, and Binghamton or Cortland.["A Short SASU History," (Reprinted from 1972 Annual Report), History folder, SASU Subject Files.] Finally in recognition that the organization needed to be effectively represented in the State capital, funds were provided for employing three full time staff and the Albany office was opened in September 1972.

As the membership of SASU continued to increase the functions of the organization expanded. Committees were created in several areas to answer to the needs of the membership, including legislation, consumer services, communications, university affairs, and later in the decade minority and women's affairs. In December/January 1973-74, SASU's Legislative Director was formally registered with the New York Secretary of State.["SASU: Legislative Victories," pamphlet, circa 1979, History folder, SASU Subject Files.] At that moment SASU's legislative committee ceased simply monitoring and reporting news in the capitol, and began instead to lobby both State legislators and the Governor for student rights and interests, and to create a working relationship with SUNY Central, and the State Education Department. The legislative committee kept the member schools abreast of pertinent legislation, via periodic reports and updates. Its annual legislative conferences provided a means for student representatives to discuss lobbying techniques, and also how to motivate students to make their opinions known to their legislators. The legislative department of SASU has also maintained a student internship program. Several of the interns later held the position of legislative director. The Campus Communications Office was responsible for sending out press releases, operating the State University News Network (SUNN) which provides campus media with regular news reporting of events throughout the state, and publishing UPDATE, a bi-monthly magazine and Communique, an in-house news update, and Grassroots, a state-wide newspaper (started in 1977). The office also sponsored journalism conferences for SUNY newspaper staff.[Untitled document describing SASU's structure, ( undated), History folder, SASU Subject Files.]

The Office of Student Affairs, also known as the Office of Information and Research or the Office of University Affairs, was created to maintain files on all issues affecting students, to keep abreast of SUNY Central decisions, to answer information requests from SUNY student governments and organizations, and to provide student input into SUNY Central decisions on such issues as FSA regulations, housing, and campus governance.[Untitled form letter describing SASU, circa 1975, History folder, SASU Subject Files.] The Office of Joint Services was established to offer buying cooperatives, insurance programs, concert block-booking, and other services to SUNY students.[Untitled document describing SASU, History folder, SASU Subject Files.]

The State University Central Administration did not formally recognize SASU as a legitimate representative of SUNY students. The Council of Student Association Presidents therefore suggested that another organization be created that would be recognized by the administration. On April 25, 1973, after six months of intensive consultation with student representatives, the Board of Trustees approved the establishment of a State University Student Assembly, which would provide a formal structure "for consultation and the exchange of information between University students, the Chancellor, and the Board of Trustees, on matters of a University wide nature which affect student concerns."[SUNY News Release. April 25, 1973, Public Relations Office, History folder, SASU Subject Files.]

As defined by the Assembly's by-laws and articles, students from the State operated campuses would elect delegates to the Assembly on the basis of one delegate for each 3,500 full time equivalent students. Assembly membership, would total sixty-six students of which eight would represent the community colleges. Officers of the Assembly would be a chairperson and vice chairperson, elected annually by the campus representatives. The Executive Committee of the Assembly would also be elected at large by the campus representatives. This committee would act on behalf of the Assembly between regular meetings and would meet periodically with the Chancellor or his designee. To become a functioning body, student leaders at three-fourths of the State operated campuses were required to ratify its provisions. It was the understanding of the Council of Student Association Presidents and the campus student associations that the Student Assembly and SASU would co-exist as a dual organizational structure for representing the interests of State University students on a state-wide basis.[Ibid.]

The Student Assembly recognized the need for a University-wide student organization that was student funded and independent of University control. In a resolution circa 1973, the Student Assembly pledged its support of SASU, and stated that it intended to cooperate with SASU on all matters of mutual interest. To facilitate cooperation between the two organizations, SASU proposed that the representatives of SASU hold office in SASU by virtue of their office as representatives to the Student Assembly.["Student Assembly Statement in Support of SASU", History folder, SASU Subject Files.] Thus, despite identical personnel, SASU and the Student Assembly remained legally separate entities committed to working together towards influencing policy decisions of a State-wide nature which affect SUNY students.

The bulk of the papers of the Student Association of the State University of New York cover the period 1970-1980. The collection contains minutes of the Executive Committee, the Student Assembly, and the general membership meetings, executive and special committee members' correspondence with SUNY administrators, state legislators, and member schools, legislative proposals and reports, memos to state legislators, and SASU publications 1972-1985. The records in this collection document the concerns of SUNY students during the 1970s, and the ways in which these concerns intersected with the general social, political, and economic climate during this decade.

During the early 1970s student protest against the lack of student input into the decision-making process on campus was very widespread. The formation of SASU, while unusual because the organization attempted to unite students on many campuses, was nonetheless part of this general revolt against perceived student powerlessness. The SASU records for 1970-73 provide a wealth of information about the organization's attempt to gain recognition by the SUNY administrators, in particular by the Chancellor and the Board of Trustees. The creation of the Student Assembly in 1973 by these administrators as the bona fide body representing SUNY students, and the relationship between SASU and the Student Assembly are well documented in the Executive Committee minutes. The materials for the early 1970s also contain information concerning the student protests against the involvement of the United States in Vietnam.

Throughout the decade SASU was involved in efforts to prevent both tuition hikes and decreases in student financial aid. The collection contains much information about student protests and lobbying, organized by SASU, against State proposals to cut funds to higher education during the mid-late 1970s. There is also information documenting SASU's attempts to ensure that the needs of minority students were voiced in the organization itself, as well as in the larger political arena. In 1977, a Third World Caucus and a Women's Caucus were created to represent these minority groups at the annual membership meetings, and to answer to these particular students throughout the year.

SASU's correspondence with member schools illustrates the organization's early struggles to secure support at campuses which often believed that an organization based in Albany could not adequately represent their particular needs. This correspondence also provides information about the ways in which SASU publicized its activities, and organized such projects as the voter registration drive in 1976.

Correspondence with State legislators illustrates how rapidly SASU's influence grew during this decade. This increasing strength was due both to SASU's clarification of its purpose, as well as to the increase in its membership. The records contain a wide variety of materials documenting the legislative concerns of the organization, including SASU's annual legislative agenda, memos to State legislators, information from the annual legislative conference, and periodic reports from SASU's legislative director.

The collection is organized into the following series: Series 1 - Executive Committee Minutes, 1970-1980; Series 2 - Student Assembly Minutes, 1973-1979; Series 3 - Membership Meetings, 1970-1980; Series 4 - Correspondence, 1970-1980; Series 5 - Legislative Program, 1972-1980; Series 6 - Subject Files, 1970-1981; Series 7 -Publications, 1972-1985; Series 8 - Political Posters, 1972-1980.

The Student Association of the State University of New York donated these records to the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives1981 May.

SASU donated additional records1983 January.

SASU donated additional records1983 May.

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Contents of Collection

Arranged chronologically.

This series contains a complete set of Executive Committee minutes documenting the relationship between SASU officers in Albany, and the member schools throughout the state of New York; the relationship between SASU and the Student Assembly; SASU's mission and the strategies used to achieve its goals; as well as the role the Executive Committee was to play in guiding the organization's development. It is quite clear that in the early 1970s Executive Committee members devoted much time and energy towards gaining support in SUNY schools which often did not believe that their needs could be adequately be met by an organization based in the capital. The series also contains minutes from the periodic Executive Committee retreats to reevaluate SASU's mission and the strategies necessary to achieve its goals, as well as the role the Executive Committee was to play in guiding the organization's development. Of particular note are two folders of legislative hearing statements and testimony given by SASU leaders both in Albany and Washington, D.C., on such issues as student unrest, 1972; financial aid (particularly the TAP program); open meetings, 1975; voter registration for students, 1976; and tuition.

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1 4Minutes1973

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1 6Minutes1974

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1 12Memos1976

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1 13Budget1976-1977

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1 15Memos1977

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1 17Minutes1979

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1 19Memos1980

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1 20Minutes1981

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1 21Statements and Testimony1972-1974

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1 22Statements and Testimony1975-1980

Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains the minutes found in conference folders, correspondence, and documents being considered by both the Student Assembly Membership and Executive Committee. The material illustrates the Student Assembly's relationship with both the SUNY administration and SASU. The series also documents the expansion of the Student Assembly to provide a voice for organized student groups not effectively represented in the past, for example the Third World Caucus (1975-77), the Student Assembly's budget (1973-77), Affirmative Action conference, co-sponsored with SASU, (1975), Academic Affairs conference (1975), and Housing Task Force (1974-76).

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1 1Academic Affairs Conference1975

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1 2Academic Affairs ConferenceUndated

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1 3Affirmative Action1974

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1 5Articles1974

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1 8Budget1973

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1 10Budget1976-1977

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1 12Budget1978-1979

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1 13Business Meeting1979

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1 14By-Laws1973

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1 15Carnegie Unit System1976

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1 16Communications1976

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1 17Community Colleges1976-1977

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1 18Community College Conference1980

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1 27Correspondence1979

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1 28Correspondence1980

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1 29Delegate Certification1977

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1 30Executive Committee1973

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1 31Executive Committee (1 of 3)1974

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1 35Executive Committee1976

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1 36Executive Committee1978

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1 37Executive Committee1980

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1 38Formation1973

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1 39Health ServicesUndated

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1 40Higher Education Conference1974

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1 41Housing Task Force1974-1976

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1 42ProceduresUndated

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1 43Report1974

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1 45Resolutions1974

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1 48Rules Committee1980

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1 49Rules of OrderUndated

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1 50Staff1973

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1 51Structure1974

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1 53Structure1978

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1 54Structure1980

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1 55StructureUndated

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1 56Third World Caucus1975

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1 57Third World Caucus (1 of 2)1976

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1 58Third World Caucus (2 of 2)1976

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1 59Third World Caucus1977

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1 60Third World Caucus1978-1979

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1 61Third World CaucusUndated

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1 62Women's Caucus, By-LawsUndated

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1 63Women's Caucus, Conference1978-1979

Arranged chronologically.

This series contains minutes, memo's, and notices relating to the Membership Meetings, and provides information about the work of the committees, and changes in the organization's articles. The resolutions passed at these meetings illustrate the interests of the organization.

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1 1Minutes1970

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1 2Minutes1971

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1 3Minutes1972

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1 4Memos1973

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1 6Resolutions1973

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1 7Minutes1974

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1 8Membership List1974

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2 4Memos1977

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2 5Memos1978

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2 6Minutes1979

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2 7Minutes1980

Arranged chronologically.

This series contains the correspondence of the SASU officers with SUNY administrators, state legislators, member schools, state and national student organizations, and student services providers. The correspondence with both state legislators and the SUNY administrators illustrates the growing respect given to SASU, as this student organization increased not only its size, but also, perhaps more important, its political sophistication. The correspondence with schools in the SUNY system documents SASU's struggle to gain the support of campuses throughout the state, the strategies used by SASU to publicize both its mission and its activities, and the continual budgetary constraints of both SASU and the member schools' student governments.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Correspondence1970

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1 2Correspondence (1 of 4)1971

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1 12Correspondence Board of Trustees1972-1976

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1 33Correspondence (6 of 6)1974

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2 1Correspondence (1 of 8)1974

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2 2Correspondence (2 of 8)1974

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2 3Correspondence (3 of 8)1974

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2 4Correspondence (4 of 8)1974

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2 5Correspondence (5 of 8)1974

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2 6Correspondence (6 of 8)1974

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2 7Correspondence (7 of 8)1974

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2 8Correspondence (8 of 8)1974

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2 9Correspondence Staff1974-1975

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2 10Correspondence (1 of 14)1975

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2 11Correspondence (2 of 14)1975

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2 12Correspondence (3 of 14)1975

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2 13Correspondence (4 of 14)1975

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2 14Correspondence (5 of 14)1975

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2 15Correspondence (6 of 14)1975

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2 16Correspondence (7 of 14)1975

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2 17Correspondence (8 of 14)1975

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2 18Correspondence (9 of 14)1975

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2 19Correspondence (1 0of 14)1975

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2 20Correspondence (11 of 14)1975

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2 21Correspondence (12 of 14)1975

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2 22Correspondence (13 of 14)1975

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2 23Correspondence (14 of 14)1975

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2 24Correspondence President1975

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2 25Correspondence Legislative Director (1 of 2)1975

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2 26Correspondence Legislative Director (2 of 2)1975

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3 1Correspondence (1 of 12)1976

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3 2Correspondence (2 of 12)1976

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3 3Correspondence (3 of 12)1976

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3 4Correspondence (4 of 12)1976

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3 5Correspondence (5 of 12)1976

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3 6Correspondence (6 of 12)1976

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3 7Correspondence (7 of 12)1976

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3 8Correspondence (8 of 12)1976

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3 9Correspondence (9 of 12)1976

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3 10Correspondence (10 of 12)1976

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3 11Correspondence (11 of 12)1976

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3 12Correspondence (12 of 12)1976

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3 13Correspondence President1976

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3 14Correspondence Executive Vice-President1976-1977

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3 15Correspondence (1 of 7)1977

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3 16Correspondence (2 of 7)1977

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3 17Correspondence (3 of 7)1977

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3 18Correspondence (4 of 7)1977

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3 19Correspondence (5 of 7)1977

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3 20Correspondence (6 of 7)1977

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3 21Correspondence (7 of 7)1977

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3 22Correspondence President1977

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3 23Correspondence Vice President for Campus Affairs1977

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3 24Correspondence Communications Director1977

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3 25Correspondence Staff1977

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3 26Correspondence President1977-1978

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3 27Correspondence1977-1979

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3 28Correspondence (1 of 5)1978

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3 29Correspondence (2 of 5)1978

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3 30Correspondence (3 of 5)1978

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3 31Correspondence (4 of 5)1978

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3 32Correspondence (5 of 5)1978

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3 33Correspondence Executive Vice President1978

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3 34Correspondence Communications Director1978

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3 35Correspondence Executive Vice President1979

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3 36Correspondence Vice President for Campus Affairs1979

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3 37Correspondence President1979-1980

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3 38Correspondence Organizing Director1979-1980

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3 39Correspondence (1 of 6)1980

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3 40Correspondence (2 of 6)1980

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3 41Correspondence (3 of 6)1980

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3 42Correspondence (4 of 6)1980

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3 43Correspondence (5 of 6)1980

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3 44Correspondence (6 of 6)1980

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3 45Correspondence Communications Director, 19801980

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3 46Correspondence (1 of 2)1981

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3 47Correspondence (2 of 2)1981

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3 48Correspondence Vice President for Campus Affairs1981

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3 49Correspondence1983

Arranged chronologically.

This series documents the legislative concerns of the organization during the 1970s. The series contains SASU's annual legislative agenda, memos to State legislators and SASU officers at member schools, information packets distributed at the annual legislative conference, and periodic legislative reports compiled by SASU's legislative director. Since SASU did not start lobbying until December/January 1973-74, at which time it registered its legislative director with the New York State Secretary of State, most of the material covers the period 1974-80. SASU was especially involved in lobbying for the passage of the following legislation: mandatory provisions of absentee ballots, upon request, to eligible, unavoidably detained voters in primary elections (1974); the age of majority bill, lowering the age of majority from 21 to 18 (1974); the creation of the Tuition Assistance Program, (TAP), the nation's largest and most comprehensive student aid program (1974); mail voter registration (1975); a student trustee bill, drafted and initiated by SASU, which resulted in students becoming non-voting members on the SUNY Board of Trustees, the City University of New York Board of Higher Education, and on college and university councils and boards of trustees for all New York State's public colleges (this legislation was enacted despite strong opposition by many trustees and SUNY Central's legislative effort), (1975); the establishment of four students as voting members on the Higher Education Services Corporation's Board of Trustees, and four students on the HESC's Advisory Council, (the Board and the Advisory Council are responsible for determining administrative policies for HESC, which controls student financial aid), (1976); restoration of four of the five TAP programs cut in proposals by Governor Carey, (1976); the guarantee of all parliamentary rights, excluding the right to vote, for student members of the SUNY Board of Trustees, CUNY Board of Higher Education, and university and college councils for all public colleges, (these rights include, for example, the privileges of making and seconding motions, and attendance at executive sessions) (1977); marijuana decriminalization, preventing criminal penalties for the possession of small amounts of marijuana, (1977); an increase in the maximum allowable TAP eligible income, from $2,000 to $2,750 to allow for inflation, (1978); defeat of an attempt to cut off Medicaid funding for abortions, (1978); the repeal of the student health fee, (1979); and finally, after intensive lobbying by SASU, Student Trustees and student College Council members were granted the right to vote

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Agenda1972

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1 2Conference1972

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1 3Correspondence1972

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1 4Legislative Reports1972

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1 5Agenda1973

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1 6Conference1973

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1 7Evaluations1973

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1 8Legislative Reports1973

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1 9Memos1973

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1 10Staff1973

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1 11Agenda1974

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1 12Conference1974

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1 13Legislative Reports1974

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1 14Memos to Legislature1974

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1 15Memos to Staff1974

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1 16Staff1974

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1 17Agenda1975

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1 18Conference1975

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1 19Correspondence1975

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1 20Glass, Ray1975

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1 21Legislative Reports1975

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1 22Memos to Legislature1975

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1 23Memos to Staff1975

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1 24Agenda1976

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1 25Conference1976

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1 26Correspondence1976

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1 27Legislative Reports1976

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1 28Memos to Legislature1976

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1 29Memos to Staff1976

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1 30Agenda1977

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1 31Bill Sheets1977

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1 32Conference1977

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1 33Legislative Reports1977

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1 34Memos to Legislature1977

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1 35Memos to Staff1977

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1 36General1978

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1 37Memos to Legislature1978

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2 1Agenda1979

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2 2Conference1979

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2 3Correspondence1979

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2 4Legislative Reports1979

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2 5Memos1979

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2 6Agenda1980

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2 7Conference1980

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2 8General1980

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2 9Memos1980

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2 10Agenda1981

Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains correspondence, internal and external SASU memos, information packets, press releases (1970-1980), reports relating to SASU's interests in student financial aid, in particular the Tuition Assistance Program, (1973-78), voter registration drives (1974-80), the SASU budget (1971-80), inter-collegiate athletics (1975-79), student services (1971-78), the Women's Caucus (1975-82), the Third World Caucus (1975-80), the organization of the SASU office in Albany (1973-81), student health services (1974-78), the State budget (1973-81), and the SUNY budget (1975-81).

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1 1Absentee Ballots1977

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1 2Academic Grievance1972

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1 3Accounts1975-1976

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1 4Accounts1975-1976

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1 5Accounts1978-1979

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1 6Accounts1980

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1 7Activities Fee1971-1980

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1 8Affirmative Action1974

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1 9Affirmative Action1975

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1 10Affirmative Action1977

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1 11Annual Reports1975-1980

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1 12Annual Report1977

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1 13Apartheid1979

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1 14Application for Authority1973

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1 15Athletics Conference1979

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1 16Bakke Case1978

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1 17Basic Educational Opportunity Grants1976

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1 18Bill of Rights1972

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1 19Bill of RightsUndated

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1 20Boyer CaseUndated

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1 21Boyer Interview1974

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1 22Brodsky, Howard1979

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1 23Budget1970-1981

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1 24By-Laws1970, 1973-1975, 1977

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1 25Campus Affairs1976-1977

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1 26Campus Affairs1979-1980

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1 27Campus Coordinators1974-1975

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1 28Campus JusticeUndated

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1 29Campus Security1974

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1 30Campus Unrest1969

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1 31CardsUndated

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1 32Carey/Samuels1974-1975

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1 33Carey, Hugh L.1974

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1 34Community College Student Association1976-1978

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1 35Censorship1974

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1 36Collective Bargaining1971-1973

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2 1Collective Bargaining1974-1977

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2 2Collective Bargaining1975-1976

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2 3Committees1975

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2 4Committee on Organization1976-1978

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2 5Committee Structure1973-1975

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2 6Communications1972-1975

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2 7Communications1973-1974

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2 8Communications1973-1978

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2 9Communications1974-1976

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2 10Communications1975

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2 11Communications1975-1978

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2 12Communications1976

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2 13Communications1979

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2 14Communications1980

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2 15Communications Conference1974

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2 16Communications Network1971

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2 17Community College1971-1975

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2 18Community College1976

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2 19Conferences1973-1977

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2 20Conferences1974-1976

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2 21Conferences1974-1978

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2 22Conferences1975

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2 23Conferences1977

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2 24Conference Procedure1975

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2 25ConstitutionUndated

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2 26Contract Rider1972

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2 27Coordinators1975

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2 28Credit Hours1974

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2 29CUNY1975

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2 30Delegate Lists1977-1981

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2 31Democratic Platform1975

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2 32Directories1974-1976

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2 33Disabled Students1976

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2 34Debts Due1980

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2 35Dormitory RentUndated

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2 36Dormitories1980

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2 37Election Law1976

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2 38Entertainment1974-1975

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2 39Entertainment1975-1976

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2 40EOP/AA[1978]-1979

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2 41ERA1970-1973

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2 42Faculty Tenure1974

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2 43Federal Election1976

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2 44Fees1976

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2 45Fees, Fines and Deposits1972

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2 46Financial Aid1973

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2 47Financial Aid1974

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2 48Financial Aid1975

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2 49Financial Aid1978

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2 50Financial AidUndated

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2 51Financial Statements1977

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2 52Financial Statements1978

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2 53Faculty Student Association1975

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2 54Faculty Student Association1978

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2 55Faculty Student AssociationUndated

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2 56Foundation1973

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2 57FoundationUndated

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2 58Glass, Ray1975

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2 59Glass Foundation1975

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3 1Glass, Ray, Organizing Conference1978

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3 2Glass, Ray, Organizing Conference1979

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3 3Glass, Ray, Organizing Conference1981

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3 4Glass, Ray, Organizing ConferenceUndated

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3 5Governance1970-1973

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3 6Graduate Student Aid1973-1975

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3 7Guaranteed Student Loans1976

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3 8Health Fee1975

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3 9Health FeeUndated

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3 10Health Services1974

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3 11Health Services1975-1977

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3 12Health Services1976-1977

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3 13Health Services1976-1978

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3 14Henderson Commission (1 of 3)1969-1973

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3 15Henderson Commission (2 of 3)1969-1973

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3 16Henderson Commission (3 of 3)1969-1973

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3 17Henderson Law1971

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3 18Higher Education Services Corporation (1 of 2)1975-1977

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3 19Higher Education Services Corporation (2 of 2)1975-1977

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3 20Housing1980

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3 21Illinois, SGA1973-1975

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3 22Incorporation1971-1974

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3 23Incorporation1974-1975

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3 24Incorporation1979

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3 25IncorporationUndated

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3 26Independent Students1973

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3 27Infiltration1975

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3 28Information Clearinghouse1974

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3 29Intercollegiate Athletics1975

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3 30Intercollegiate Athletics (1 of 2)1978

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3 31Intercollegiate Athletics (2 of 2)1978

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3 32Intercollegiate Athletics1978-1979

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3 33Internship Program1973-1977

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3 34Internship Program1975-1976

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3 35JournalUndated

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3 36Leadership Conference1979

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3 37Lease1973

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3 38Leave of Absence1975-1978

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3 39Leave of Absence1977

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3 40University of California1973-1974

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3 41Lobbying1975-1978

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3 42Mandatory Activity Fee1971-1974

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3 43Marijuana Decriminalization1977

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3 44Media (1 of 2)1973

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3 45Media (2 of 2)1973

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3 46Media Conference1974

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3 47Media Conference1977

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3 48Media Conference1980

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4 1MemorabiliaUndated

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4 2Minority Affairs1979

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4 3Minority CaucusUndated

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4 4National Education Association1973-1974

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4 5National Student Lobby1971

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4 6National Student Lobby Conference1975

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4 7New York City1975

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4 8New York State Financial Aid Administrators Conference1974

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4 9Newspaper Clippings1977-1978

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4 10Newspaper Clippings1978-1979

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4 11Newspaper Clippings (College)1979

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4 12Office (Albany) (1 of 22)1973-1981

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4 13Office (Albany) (2 of 22)1973-1981

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4 14Office (Albany) (3 of 22)1973-1981

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4 15Office (Albany) (4 of 22)1973-1981

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4 16Office (Albany) (5 of 22)1973-1981

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4 17Office (Albany) (6 of 22)1973-1981

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4 18Office (Albany) (7 of 22)1973-1981

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4 19Office (Albany) (8 of 22)1973-1981

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4 20Office (Albany) (9 of 22)1973-1981

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4 21Office (Albany) (10 of 22)1973-1981

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4 22Office (Albany) (11 of 22)1973-1981

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4 23Office (Albany) (12 of 22)1973-1981

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4 24Office (Albany) (13 of 22)1973-1981

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4 25Office (Albany) (14 of 22)1973-1981

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4 26Office (Albany) (15 of 22)1973-1981

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4 27Office (Albany) (16 of 22)1973-1981

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4 28Office (Albany) (17 of 22)1973-1981

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4 29Office (Albany) (18 of 22)1973-1981

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4 30Office (Albany) (19 of 22)1973-1981

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4 31Office (Albany) (20 of 22)1973-1981

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4 32Office (Albany) (21 of 22)1973-1981

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4 33Office (Albany) (22 of 22)1973-1981

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4 34Officers and Coordinators Conference1976

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4 35Officers Conference1975-1977

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4 36Officers Conference1976

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4 37Officers Conference (1 of 2)1977

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4 38Officers Conference (2 of 2)1977

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4 39Officers ConferenceUndated

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4 40OrganizationUndated

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4 41Organizers Training ConferenceUndated

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4 42Organizing1975-1978

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4 43Organizing1976

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4 44Organizing Committee1979

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4 45Organizing ConferenceUndated

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4 46Organizing Department1974-1977

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4 47Operation RollbackUndated

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5 1Overview1971

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5 2Personnel1973-1976

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5 3Piche, Dianne1973

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5 4Planning Meeting1978

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5 5Platform (1 of 2)1972

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5 6Platform (2 of 2)1972

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5 7Platform (1 of 2)1976

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5 8Platform (2 of 2)1976

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5 9PlatformUndated

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5 10Political and Financial Issues Conference1976

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5 11PoemUndated

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5 12President and Vice Presidents Conference1974

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5 13Press Releases (1 of 20)1970-1980

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5 14Press Releases (2 of 20)1970-1980

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5 15Press Releases (3 of 20)1970-1980

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5 16Press Releases (4 of 20)1970-1980

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5 17Press Releases (5 of 20)1970-1980

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5 18Press Releases (6 of 20)1970-1980

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5 19Press Releases (7 of 20)1970-1980

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5 20Press Releases (8 of 20)1970-1980

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5 21Press Releases (9 of 20)1970-1980

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5 22Press Releases (10 of 20)1970-1980

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5 23Press Releases (11 of 20)1970-1980

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5 24Press Releases (12 of 20)1970-1980

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5 25Press Releases (13 of 20)1970-1980

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5 26Press Releases (14 of 20)1970-1980

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5 27Press Releases (15 of 20)1970-1980

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5 28Press Releases (16 of 20)1970-1980

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5 29Press Releases (17 of 20)1970-1980

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5 30Press Releases (18 of 20)1970-1980

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5 31Press Releases (19 of 20)1970-1980

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5 32Press Releases (20 of 20)1970-1980

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5 33Recruitment1974

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5 34Regionalism1972

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5 35Regional Offices1972-1974

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5 36Rent Hike Protest1982

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5 37Reports1973-1977

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5 38Reports1979

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5 39ReportsUndated

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5 40Research Department1973-1978

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5 41Resolutions1971

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5 42Resolutions (1 of 2)1973-1975

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5 43Resolutions (2 of 2)1973-1975

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5 44Resolutions1975

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5 45Restructuring Committee (1 of 2)1977-1978

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5 46Restructuring Committee (2 of 2)1977-1978

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5 47Restructuring Committee1978

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5 48Restructuring1980

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5 49Right to Privacy1974-1975

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5 50Rules Committee1976

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6 1SAT1976

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6 2Sex Discrimination1975

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6 3Sexual HarassmentUndated

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6 4State Budget1973-1981

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6 5State Elections1974

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6 6State Elections1976

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6 7State Elections1978

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6 8State Financial Crisis (1 of 2)1975-1976

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6 9State Financial Crisis (2 of 2)1975-1976

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6 10State Master Plan (1 of 5)1972

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6 11State Master Plan (2 of 5)1972

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6 12State Master Plan (3 of 5)1972

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6 13State Master Plan (4 of 5)1972

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6 14State Master Plan (5 of 5)1972

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6 15State Politics1976

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6 16State Work Study[1975]

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6 17Statements1974

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6 18Stony Brook Sewerage1976-1977

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6 19Student Activity Fees (1 of 2)1973-1981

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6 20Student Activity Fees (2 of 2)1973-1981

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6 21Student Activity Fees1974-1975

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6 22Student Bill of Rights1972

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6 23Student Assembly Articles1973

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6 24Student Assembly Establishment1973

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6 25Student Entertainment1974-1975

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6 26Student Evaluations1974

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6 27Student Government1977-1980

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6 28Student Government Directory1975-1978

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6 29Student Government Directory1977-1978

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6 30Student Governance1975

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6 31Student Loans1975

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6 32Student Movement1975-1978

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6 33Student Rights WorkshopUndated

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7 1Student Services (1 of 36)1971-1978

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7 2Student Services (2 of 36)1971-1978

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7 3Student Services (3 of 36)1971-1978

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7 4Student Services (4 of 36)1971-1978

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7 5Student Services (5 of 36)1971-1978

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7 6Student Services (6 of 36)1971-1978

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7 7Student Services (7 of 36)1971-1978

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7 8Student Services (8 of 36)1971-1978

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7 9Student Services (9 of 36)1971-1978

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7 10Student Services (10 of 36)1971-1978

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7 11Student Services (11 of 36)1971-1978

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7 12Student Services (12 of 36)1971-1978

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7 13Student Services (13 of 36)1971-1978

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7 14Student Services (14 of 36)1971-1978

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7 15Student Services (15 of 36)1971-1978

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7 16Student Services (16 of 36)1971-1978

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7 17Student Services (17 of 36)1971-1978

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7 18Student Services (18 of 36)1971-1978

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7 19Student Services (19 of 36)1971-1978

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7 20Student Services (20 of 36)1971-1978

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7 21Student Services (21 of 36)1971-1978

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7 22Student Services (22 of 36)1971-1978

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7 23Student Services (23 of 36)1971-1978

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7 24Student Services (24 of 36)1971-1978

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7 25Student Services (25 of 36)1971-1978

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7 26Student Services (26 of 36)1971-1978

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7 27Student Services (27 of 36)1971-1978

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7 28Student Services (28 of 36)1971-1978

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7 29Student Services (29 of 36)1971-1978

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7 30Student Services (30 of 36)1971-1978

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7 31Student Services (31 of 36)1971-1978

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7 32Student Services (32 of 36)1971-1978

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7 33Student Services (33 of 36)1971-1978

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7 34Student Services (34 of 36)1971-1978

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7 35Student Services (35 of 36)1971-1978

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7 36Student Services (36 of 36)1971-1978

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8 1Student Trustees1973

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8 2Student Trustees1980-1982

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8 3Student Unionization1976-1977

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8 4SUC, Utica/Rome1973

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8 5SUNY Board of Trustees1975-1979

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8 6SUNY Budget (1 of 9)1975-1981

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8 7SUNY Budget (2 of 9)1975-1981

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8 8SUNY Budget (3 of 9)1975-1981

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8 9SUNY Budget (4 of 9)1975-1981

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8 10SUNY Budget (5 of 9)1975-1981

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8 11SUNY Budget (6 of 9)1975-1981

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8 12SUNY Budget (7 of 9)1975-1981

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8 13SUNY Budget (8 of 9)1975-1981

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8 14SUNY Budget (9 of 9)1975-1981

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8 15SUNY Buffalo1977

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8 16SUNY Central Administration1977

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8 17SUNY ConstructionUndated

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8 18SUNY Construction and Debt Service1977

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8 19SUNY Old WestburyUndated

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8 20Survey1980

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8 21SASU/SUNY ReviewUndated

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8 22TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (1 of 9)1973-1978

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8 23TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (2 of 9)1973-1978

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8 24TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (3 of 9)1973-1978

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8 25TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (4 of 9)1973-1978

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8 26TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (5 of 9)1973-1978

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8 27TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (6 of 9)1973-1978

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8 28TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (7 of 9)1973-1978

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8 29TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (8 of 9)1973-1978

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8 30TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) (9 of 9)1973-1978

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8 31Taxation1974

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8 32Teacher Evaluation1973-1975

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8 33Text Book Sales Tax1975

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8 34Third World Caucus (1 of 6)1975-1979

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8 35Third World Caucus (2 of 6)1975-1979

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8 36Third World Caucus (3 of 6)1975-1979

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8 37Third World Caucus (4 of 6)1975-1979

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8 38Third World Caucus (5 of 6)1975-1979

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8 39Third World Caucus (6 of 6)1975-1979

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8 40Third World Delegates1975

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8 41Toll, John1970-1971

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8 42Transfer CreditsUndated

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8 43Treasurers Conference (1 of 2)1975

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8 44Treasurers Conference (1 of 2)1975

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8 45Tuition (1 of 14)1972-1979

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8 46Tuition (2 of 14)1972-1979

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8 47Tuition (3 of 14)1972-1979

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8 48Tuition (4 of 14)1972-1979

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8 49Tuition (5 of 14)1972-1979

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8 50Tuition (6 of 14)1972-1979

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8 51Tuition (7 of 14)1972-1979

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8 52Tuition (8 of 14)1972-1979

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8 53Tuition (9 of 14)1972-1979

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8 54Tuition (10 of 14)1972-1979

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8 55Tuition (11 of 14)1972-1979

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8 56Tuition (12 of 14)1972-1979

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8 57Tuition (13 of 14)1972-1979

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8 58Tuition (14 of 14)1972-1979

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9 1Tuition (1 of 5)1979-1980

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9 2Tuition (2 of 5)1979-1980

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9 3Tuition (3 of 5)1979-1980

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9 4Tuition (4 of 5)1979-1980

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9 5Tuition (5 of 5)1979-1980

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9 6Tuition IncreaseUndated

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9 7Unionization (1 of 3)1975-1978

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9 8Unionization (2 of 3)1975-1978

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9 9Unionization (3 of 3)1975-1978

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9 10United States Student Association1972

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9 11University Affairs Report1976

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9 12University of California1973-1975

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9 13University Services1972

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9 14University Student Senate1972

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9 15UtilitiesUndated

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9 16Voting (State)1974-1975

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9 17Voter Registration (1 of 15)1974-1980

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9 18Voter Registration (2 of 15)1974-1980

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9 19Voter Registration (3 of 15)1974-1980

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9 20Voter Registration (4 of 15)1974-1980

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9 21Voter Registration (5 of 15)1974-1980

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9 22Voter Registration (6 of 15)1974-1980

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9 23Voter Registration (7 of 15)1974-1980

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9 24Voter Registration (8 of 15)1974-1980

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9 25Voter Registration (9 of 15)1974-1980

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9 26Voter Registration (10 of 15)1974-1980

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9 27Voter Registration (11 of 15)1974-1980

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9 28Voter Registration (12 of 15)1974-1980

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9 29Voter Registration (13 of 15)1974-1980

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9 30Voter Registration (14 of 15)1974-1980

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9 31Voter Registration (15 of 15)1974-1980

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9 32Vietnam (1 of 5)1970-1971

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9 33Vietnam (2 of 5)1970-1971

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9 34Vietnam (3 of 5)1970-1971

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9 35Vietnam (4 of 5)1970-1971

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9 36Vietnam (5 of 5)1970-1971

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9 37Wessell Commission (1 of 3)1977-1978

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9 38Wessell Commission (2 of 3)1977-1978

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9 39Wessell Commission (3 of 3)1977-1978

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9 40Women's Caucus (1 of 11)1975-1982

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9 41Women's Caucus (2 of 11)1975-1982

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9 42Women's Caucus (3 of 11)1975-1982

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9 43Women's Caucus (4 of 11)1975-1982

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9 44Women's Caucus (5 of 11)1975-1982

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9 45Women's Caucus (6 of 11)1975-1982

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9 46Women's Caucus (7 of 11)1975-1982

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9 47Women's Caucus (8 of 11)1975-1982

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9 48Women's Caucus (9 of 11)1975-1982

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9 49Women's Caucus (10 of 11)1975-1982

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9 50Women's Caucus (11 of 11)1975-1982

Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains SASU's regular publications, Update (1972-77, 1981-85), and Grassroots, (1978-81), special issues such as the SASU Voter Information 1976, and People's University (1975), and a couple of issues of SASU Weekly, (1979). It also contains posters of events organized or sponsored by SASU.

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1 1 Grassroots 1978-1980

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1 2 People's Unbiversity 1975

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1 3 People's Weekly 1979

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1 4 SASU Update 1972-1977, 1981-1985

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1 5 SASU Voter Information 1976

This series includes posters used at rallies by members of SASU. Topics covered include presidential and gubernatorial candidates, opposition to the Vietnam War, support for the environment, anti-Apartheid sentiment, as well as other issues.

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1 1Abolish Laws That Murder Women1979 January 20

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1 1The Student Association of The State University of New York Money ProblemsUndated

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1 1The Student Association of The State University of New York Reciprocity of Student ActivitiesUndated

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1 1Defend Public Higher EducationUndated

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1 1Health Fee To Be Repealed SASUUndated

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1 1March and Lobby Jobs for YouthUndated

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1 1Fight The Hike! SASU1981

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1 1Support A Strong Statewide Student Voice SASUUndated

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1 1Will you be able to Afford a SUNY Education?1984

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1 1SASU Foundation Internship ProgramUndated

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1 1SASU Tripled RoomsUndated

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1 1Education is our Right 540,000 Students is Our Might Students UniteUndated

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1 1SASU Entertain1975-1976

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1 1The Student Voice Rally on The Capital1979 March 19

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1 2SASU: Can we afford to do without it?Undated

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1 2Isn't it About time the Board of Trustees had a few Students SASUUndated

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1 2All members of the University have equal rights and privileges right? Wrong. Some of us are students. SASUUndated

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1 2Sharon Ward an Experienced Leader Student Association PresidentUndated

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1 2SASU Studentrek1975

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1 2Rally on The Capital Stop The Tuition Increase1979 March 21

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1 2The United States Student Association Certifies SASU as a member of the Association1981 February 6

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1 2SASU Recognition For All Of Us NowUndated

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1 2Student Population 1950 - 1980Undated

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1 255,000 voters won't make it to the polls this year, Universities National Anti War Fund1972

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1 2Let People Live Support The Peoples Peace TreatyUndated

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1 2Make Your Own Peace, North South Vietnam FundUndated

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1 2Operation Dewey Canyon 3, Vietnam Veterans Against the WarUndated

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1 2Orange Composition, Support for the NLF and the Vietnamese PeopleUndated

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1 3Phase 1: Nixon EvictionUndated

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1 3Pull Him Out Now, Anti War Rally, April 24Undated

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1 3We The People Declare PeaceUndated

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1 3You May Fool All The People Some Of The TimeMarch On Washington, Anti-War Rally, April 24Undated

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1 3March 24: International Day of Solidarity With...PortugalUndated

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1 3National Week Of Action In Support Of African Liberation Movements, April 4-11Undated

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1 3The Mass'ah Is Alive And Well In South AfricaUndated

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1 3National Student Lobby, Congressional Record1973

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1 3March On Washington For A Non Nuclear World, April 26Undated

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1 3If Your Doctor Signs On The Left Side Ask Why, NYPIRGUndated

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1 3McGovern For President1972

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1 3Hands That Pick Cotton Now Can Pick Our Public Officials[1976]

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1 4Remember In November: Vote CCSA[1976]

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1 4How Far Will You Go? Save SUNY, Jan. 29Undated

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1 4Hundreds Of Jobs Are Hanging By A Thread, Save SUNYUndated

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1 4The Blade Is About To Fall, Save SUNYUndated

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1 4Remember Me Remember The Stevens WorkersUndated

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1 4Support Justice For Textile WorkersUndated

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1 4Testimony: Justice vs J.P. Stevens1977 May 17

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1 4Saving Energy, Saving Jobs: Hugh Carey, GovernorUndated

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1 4Support Mother Earth, Rally May 14Undated

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1 4Stop Baby Bottle Disease, Clip Nestle QuikUndated

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1 4Fed Up With Inflation: Send Your Bills To CongressUndated

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1 4Take the Health Fee Out of the SUNY BudgetUndated

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2 Board of Trustees 5 Million in TAP Adjustments, SheetUndated