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Rhodes presents 9
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roposal to Regents

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Health.
ALTHOUGH Rhodes' reorgan-j
;zation could cost more to im-
lement than it would to keep
DPP as it is now, he contends
the proposal will strengthen the
program. If the Regents vote;
to implement Rhodes' sugges-
tion, DPP's teaching and re-'
search activities will be divided
between a new interdepartmen-
tal program and the re-created
Center for Population Planning.
This proposal has been ap-
proved by Dean of the School of
Public Health Richard Reming-
toin and by the Executive Com-
mittee of the School.
DPP CHAIRMAN Leslie Corsa
defended the program, saying if
Regents approve the elimina-
tion of the department there will:
h t dntriffirilty in ttrntin -

dent workers who were fired for
t h e i r involvement w i t h the
AFSCME strike earlier this se-
mester. Three of the students-
Debbie Goodman, Richard Ros-
enthal and Michael Taylor-told
the Regents they had been fired
by their supervisor for handing
out leaflets, talking to students
about the strike and walking
picket lines.
They charged their release
was in clear violation of the
Fourteenth Amendment, which
ensures due process under the
law. Taylor told the Regents he
and his fellow student workers
were fired without the required
three warnings, a suspension, or
a hearing. According to the U.S.,
Supreme Court, employes are
entitled to a fair hearing before
they can be fired.

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demonstrations and takeover of
the school's administration
building.
The" dispute -began Monday
when Stanford announced a
$200-a-year tuition increase, the
fifth time tuition has been rais-
ed in the last six years. Full-
time students will be paying
$3,500 a year next fall, $1,2003
more than they paid six yearsI
ago.

ae grea aL u1± ty in atract.ing The students asked the Re-
students and faculty, or main-,'rgents to reinstate them at their
taining present faculty."
jobs immediately, with full back
THE LAST ITEM discussed pay. The Regents made no corn-
yesterday concerned five stu- i.ment on the case, however.
U of Miamistudents
protest tutionhike

Susan Havey, president of the
student government, said the
main reason students are upset
ais becausedthe administration
has refused' to release the
school's budget.
A poll by the student news-
paper showed that 80 per cent
of the 13,000 students strongly
opposed the tuition increase.
Five per cent said they couldn't
afford to return next fall.

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