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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 18, 1975

Students discuss tuition, tax

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By JAY LEVIN
Student government leaders from nine
major Michigan universities met Sunday
at Michigan State to discuss the possible
effects of a state-wide tax hike on educa-
tion and their drive for tuition rollbacks.
Student Government Council (SGC)
member Jeff Lark, who attended the meet-
ing with SGC Vice President Dave Mitchell
and Student Organization Board Chairman
Steve Kelly, said the student leaders en-
joyed a productive meeting.
THE GOVERNMENT leaders, all from
four year universities, represent Students
Associated for Lower Tuition (SALT).
Discussion focused on a State House
Bill which calls for a state-wide tax hike.
"The question boils down to whether to
accept a tuition hike or a tax hike," said
Lark.
Lark said SALT feels that students

can't afford a tuition hike. But a tax difficulties, although no faculty will be
hike in lieu of a tuition boost threatens to laid off, according to Lark.
divide the academic community from the However, Lark added, the faculty ac-
population of the state, he added counts for 97 per cent of Monteith's bud-
"THE TAX hike would have the effect of get, prompting SALT members to call the
turning the public against more dollars savings minimal and blame Wayne State
for education. We decided we couldn't administrators with "playing politics with
stand for either a tax or tuition hike," he people's education." Wayne State dele-
said. gates asked support from the other par-
Student representatives from Michigan ticipating schools in saving the program.
and Grand Valley State College plan to Representatives f rom the Michigan
meet in Detroit this week to draw up a Higher Education Student Association
document on SALT's stand on the matter. I (HESA) were also on hand Sunday to
"We want to press the issue in terms meet with SALT.
of budgetary priorities," added Lark. "WE'VE OPENED channels of commu-
ALSO DISCUSSED at the meeting was nication between our two groups," said
the expected phasing out of Wayne State's Lark. "We're fighting for the same thing."
Monteith College, comparable to Michi- Lark and Mitchell meet today with the
gan's Residential College. Wayne State ad- State Appropriations Committee in Lan-

ministrators
ful, 16 year

are scratching the success-
program because of financial

sing, as do several
this week.

other SALT schools

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Tuesday, November 18 ipm. Theoretical Seminar: M. Barnett,
Day Calendar Nat. Resources: Norman Myers, Harvard, "New Models of Quarks
WUOM: Pauline Bart, U. of Ilii- "Comparisons and Contrasts in and Leptons," 2038 Randall Lab, 4
nois, "Biological Determinism: Nat'l Park and Wildlife Manage- pm.
Its Impact on Sexism," 10 am. ment in Africa, Latin America," Condensed Matter Seminer: J.
CEW: Brown bag lunch, 328 1040 Dana, 3 pm. Wolfe, U. of California, Berkeley,
Thompson, noon-1:15 pm. Biophysics: S. Krimm, "Longitud- "Images of Electron-Hole Droplets
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Aerospace: Robert Lyjak, "Aero-
batics," 107 Aerospace, 4 pm.
Hillel: A. B. Wehoshua, t'Modern
Israeli writers: Problems of Writing
and Identity," 200 Lane Hall, 4
pm.
Classical Studies: Agnes K. Mich-
els, Bryn Mawr, "vergil and Heav-
enly Wrath," 2009 Angelli, 4:10 pm.
English: Robert Bly, poetry read-
ing, Pendleton Ctr., Union, 4:10 pm.
Art, Architecture: Eleanor Karp,
"What Architecture Is," Main Lee.
Hall; Art Arch. Bldg., N. Campus,
4:30 pm.
Nat. Resources/Env. Ed. /SPH/
(Continued on Page 7)
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Tuesday, November 18, 1975
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