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Page 14 EWU Supplement September 23, 1982 ................ Associated Students Cont. from page 5 the institution Of child care facilities at or near the Bon Marche for students attend- ing the center located on the seventh floor of the depart- ment store. Following the lead of a survey done last year, Joplin said the ASEWU is currently exploring the location and financing of the day care center. At the same time the ASEWU will contribute $10,000 to the Cheney day- care facility in an effort to help keep down costs paid by individual students. In the entertainment area, Joplin praised the efforts of Activities Coordinators Art Martin and Mike Smith for their plans in bringing a variety of social events to the Spokane area. Last year saw the debut of commuter so- cials and this years a variety of concerts and dances will be held in Spokane along with three of this season's Eagles games. Back on campus, the ASEWU is committed to im- proving student lounges for commuters. As many stu- dents know, cold weather days often find the second- floor lobby looking like a herding area as students hud- dle together in one of the few spots where one can keep warm and still see the arrival of the buses. Lounges at the Bon Marche are also earmarked for im- provement. President Dave Rudy said a tour of the area indicates a need for the addi- tion of some major amenities such as carpeting and com- fortable furniture which will make the Bon Marche student feel like he's in an extension of the university. In the area of student ser- vices, the ASEWU will pro- vide legal assistance through Gonzaga University students on Thursdays. The student advisory committee will con- tinue its study of improving health care service on cam- pus. Finance Vice President Steve Zanders has initiated a cost analysis of the recently approved computer user fee which will cost a student $5 per computer class. The ASEWU, during a summer board of trustees meeting, voiced its objection to the fee and secured a promise from the board to review the mat- ter this fall quarter. To encourage more expan- sive student government par- ticipation, this year's ASEWU is actively recruiting freshmen who were members of their high school's student mJmmmJJmBJRJ government. "Many students feel that university student govern- ment is out of their reach. There's no need to be awe- struck by the whole thing. We need the experience and fam- iliarity high school student government gives a student here on campus," Joplin said. In addition to the "little projects", this year's admin- istration will continue to eye some bigger projects. A new assessment of the need for a student credit union will be undertaken, Rudy said. Like- wise, the feasibility of EWU's participation in an Olympia student lobby will be explored this year. Students are encouraged to stop by the ASEWU offices on the third floor of the PUB. Busy as they will be, distrib- utive education major Rudy, technical writing major Jop- lin and accounting major Zanders are enthusiastic about maintaining an open- door policy of communication with the student population and the City of Cheney. They plan on staying in touch with students' day-to-day needs and they hope to attend vari- ous city meetings in an effort to provide quality student services and city/university relationships. Kennedy Library The Kennedy Library area, as well as a variety Students will find an selection on the second nical journals and newspapers.  [] mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm : EWU- EAGLE | SPECIAL STUDENT | SUBSCRIPTION Yes, Eagle students... All it takes .. sept200, 1982--June this season is $5.00 to have the .. Cheney Free Press delivered to your " Address door or P. O. box. " , I CiW. Keep in touch with what is going down in Che- mm Enclose your$5anddeliverto m Free Press, 1855 First, Cheney, m hey - the University - Sports and many other Box 218, Cheney, WA 99004. Offer expires Oct. 15, events... immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm