Rostrum

Welcome to the Senate Rostrum! Below is the collection of articles, starting with the most recent.

Rostrum article deadlines for 19-20:
September 27, 2019
January 6, 2020
March 9, 2020

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Latest Rostrum Articles

Title Publishedsort ascending Author
Graduation Requirements in English and Mathematics with Apologies to Andrew Marvell

March 2005

  • Richard Mahon
Improving Election Procedures: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?

March 2005

  • Leon Marzillier
    Chair
Credit Where Credit is Due: Incongruities in the Value of Lab and Lecture

December 2004

  • Janet Fulks
  • Chris Romanowich
Life, Death, and Reincarnation in the Legislative World

December 2004

  • Dan Crump
    Chair
Four Policy Issues: Fees, Textbooks, Degrees, and Corporatization

December 2004

  • Ian Walton
    Chair
Survey of Equivalency Practices Reveals Problems

December 2004

  • Mark Snowhite
    Standards and Practices Committee Chair
Integrity of Process: On the One Hand .

December 2004

  • Kate Clark
    President
Sex, Moral Values, and The Academic Bill of Rights

December 2004

  • Leon Marzillier
    Area C Representative
Defining Basic Skills: It's Harder Than You Think!

December 2004

  • Yula Flournoy
    Chair
Occupational Programs. Everybody's Business

December 2004

  • Jane Patton
    Chair, Occupational Education Committee
Housekeeping: Records and Files

December 2004

  • Mark Wade Lieu
    Chair
Committee Service: What's in It for You?

September 2004

  • Yula Flournoy
Shooting the Messenger

September 2004

  • Kate Clark
    President
Legislation

September 2004

  • Dan Crump
    Chair
Ensuring Effective Communication in Distance Education

September 2004

  • Pat James Hanz
  • Michelle Pilati
Equalization or Will We Ever Be There?

September 2004

  • Ian Walton
    Vice President
Faculty Leaders Found Their Way in San Jose

September 2004

  • Leon Marzillier
    Area C Representative
Life-Long Learning in the Senate

September 2004

  • Shaaron Vogel
    Representative at Large
Information is Power: Data at Your Disposal

September 2004

  • Mark Wade Lieu
    Treasurer
"Whereas." The Myth

September 2004

  • Mark Snowhite
    Chair
Discipline List Revision

September 2004

  • Julie Adams
    Executive Director
Thinking Outside the Horse

September 2004

  • Greg Gilbert
A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to Session

March 2004

  • Yula Flournoy
In Defense of Idealism

March 2004

  • Kate Clark
    President
Separate but Equal?: The Brown v. Board of Education Decision, Then and Now

March 2004

  • Wanda Morris
    Chair

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