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Jnt government involvement time to get lg of school. e, welcome iington Uni- e of you who Come back ! ciated Stu- here to help t t your con- I" In order to q iany com- s that keep hat is going lent partici- )amittees, it ult for the lents to be College is meant to be a place for a person to get an education, meet new people and, of course, have fun. If you like being involved, or are concerned about what is happening on this campus, feel free to come up and visit the Associated Students Of- fice located in the Pence Union Building (PUB) or call 359-2514. Once again, welcome to the 1982-83 school year. I look forward to meeting and work- ing with you. David A. Rudy, president Associated Students September 23, 1982 EWU Supplement Page 5 Student President Dave Rudy and Vice President Pete Joplin giated Students focus on individual concerns )..o... administra- ,.Is are not ; instead we t and touch E.  especially I. ia Spokane," fVice Presi- When asked llals of this .government e of the projects, that the [r's admini- be narrower talent-oriented leaders. During the previous admin- istration, ASEWU leaders Richard and Tim Shields and Marc Appel proposed a vari- ety of "big projects" includ- ing the establishment of a university daycare system and laying of the groundwork for a university credit union. While administration mem- bers and board members praised the trio as one of the "finest to ever serve in stu- dent government", students at times criticized executives involved in luxury restaurant dinners and high-level closed door meetings more typical of ambitious young politicians than student government leaders. This year's administration consisting of President Dave Rudy, Joplin and Finance Vice President Steve Zanders appears to be cut from a more student-sized cloth than the previous administration. For this trio, their goals reflect an acknowledgement that with increasingly tight- ened financial conditions, stu- dents will be looking to this year's ASEWU for direct and swift relief to an array of "little concerns" which affect the day-to-day life of the typical EWU student. The first step in better serving this student is the new administration's ac- knowledgement and interest in the commuter from Spo- kane. While some 2,000 stu- dents are served by a network of dorm activities and organi- zations, more than half of the university's students are commuters whose feeling of "belonging" to the university in terms of activities and services offered them had been limited by their geo- graphical distance from cam- pus. During a mid-summer in- terview, Joplin said that the ASEWU would undertake a survey to update the transit system for commuters. After defining areas of student pop- ulations in Spokane the ASEWU hopes to work with the Spokane Transit Author- ity to establish more pickup areas for bus-riders, Often a sore point with commuters forced to wait in Spokane for additional buses, Joplin said the streamlining of the transit system is a vital goal for this year's administration. Other ideas proposed for the Spokane-based student is Cont. on page 14 Welcome Back. EWU Eagles 4TH ANNUAL PIZZA FEED N E $3.50 Guys and Gals 5 & UNDER FREE PITCHER BEER-POP $1.75 9/28182 Tuesday 4:30-8:30 P.M. Sorry, No Deliveries or To Go Items this Night Only Picture ID Required - Have Ready at Door