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R IDJAY, OCTOBER 27, 1967

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UNATTENDED MEETINGS:
Four Student Advisory Panels Criticize
Lack of Communication, Participation

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difficulties and we want to find
out what they are," Kahn adds.
"I know some members feel that
people like Vice-Presidents Cutler
and Norman weren't leveling with
them and that they weren't giv-
ing them all the information they
could or should."
Kahn reports that SGC's ex-
ecutive board is currently review-
ing the situation and is trying to
revamp the committees.
"We'll know in a couple of
weeks after we talk to the
boards," Kahn concludes.
While admitting structural
changes may be necessary, com-
mittee memberscomplainof what
they feel is the decentralized na-
ture of the University.
"Our really basic trouble,"

maintains Sheehy, "is that Smith
just deals with money. He can't
influence the curricula and
courses of the autonomous col-
leges.
"Smith has been cooperating
very well," he says. "Only the
structure 'of the University is so
decentralized he can't really do
much. I feel he'd help us if he
could. All he can do is divvy up
the money to the various
colleges."
Sheehy says he is also discour-
aged by the fact that his comn-
mittee has no idea of what stu-
dents want. "But once we attack
the problem at the grass roots
level, students could approach us
and then we could tell Smith
what they wanted," he concludes.
Smith agrees with Sheehy.
"The committee hasn't been as

effective as I'd like. Most curricu-
lum changes are handled at a
grass-roots level, not directly
through me," he says.

The advisory panel to Vice-
President for Research A. Geof-
frey Norman is in a transitional
stage at the moment. It has un-
dergone several p e r s o n n e l
changes, including trying to find
a new chairman. Thus, in the
past several weeks progress has
been slow.
The primary question Norman's
advisory committee has been
dealing with is the possibility of
students being able to take re-
search projects as summer em-
ployment.
"The way we see it is for re-
searchers to make requests for
openings, and then getting stu-
dents to fill these positions," says

panel member John Appel. '68.
"This idea is still in the forma-
tive stage and could be operation-
al by next spring.
"There's a whole range of prob-
lems and ideas aside from classi-
fied research, and we're going t4
explore all of these. We've got
quite a bit up our sleeves," he
says.

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The New Moods of Dissent

. However, in the area of classi-
fied research, panel member Tom
Koepsell, '68, says that Norman
has told the committee in sev-
eral instances that "there's noth-
ing going on that we need know
about."
"Occasionally he can't tell us
things, but the situation is made
much better by the existence of
a committeesuch as ours," Koep-
sell explains.

announces

Petitioning for Central Committee Positions

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PUBLICITY

CAMPUS COORDINATOR

ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS

SPEAKER RELATIONS

UNION-LEAGUE

Petitions are available in the Henderson Room, 3rd floor League

CREATIVE ARTS COMMITTEE

UN ION-LEAGUE

Petitions are due Tuesday, October 31st, at Noon

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CONTEMPORARY DISCUSSIONS COMMITTEE

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Reactor Panel:

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U of M Regent
Former Michigan
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Prof. of Criminal Law
U of M Law School
* WILLIAM CAHALAN
Wayne County Prosecutor

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