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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, July 13, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, July 13, 1972

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Koza: A try for reform

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By MARILYN RILEY
"What I find most frustrat-
ing about the University is that
in spite of its supposed enlight-
enment, it is a rigid, inflexible
bureaucracy," says graduate
tudentmand former Student
Government Council member
John Koza.
Koza, who has been around
the University for 12 years, has
had ample time for frustration
to build until it forced him to
take positive action -- starting
a campaign to win a seat on the
University's Board of Regents.
Although Koza will complete
his studies before the Demo-
cratic State Convention in Au-
gust, he plans to challenge At-
torney General Frank Kelley's
ruling that prevents students
from seeking college govern-
ing board seats.
The ruling which he terms
"bad law and bad politics", was
made when aRWayne State stu-
dent ran for Regent in 1966. He
says the ruling is bad law be-
cause it adds qualifications to
a previously defined constitu-
tional office.
If the Kelley ruling is over-
turned, the door may be opened
to undergraduates running for
Regent, Koza claims.
"Conflict of interests" of stu-
dents and' Regents was cited by
Kelley as reason for the ruling,
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but Koza thinks there could
be less conflict and more shar-
ing of knowledge which could
be valuable in solving the prob-
lems of a large University.
The basic obstacle to solving
these problems, as Koza sees it,
is the "fundamental structural
problem" of the regental board.
He compares the structure
of the Regents to that of "a
city council made up of non-
residents who come to town
once a month and meet in
secret to make decisions which
affect the entire community."
"There's something wrong
when the people being governed
have no voice at all in the gov-
erning board," Koza adds.
According to Koza, The Board
of Regents is currently made up
of older members who live out-
side Ann Arbor and may not be
interested in educational prob-
lems.
Compounding the problem, is
that the information the Re-
ent dt orecsive in limited to

that given to them by Univer-
sity officials. Regents rarely get
advice from students, who may
be more knowledgeable about
University problems, he says.
"They've made their own job
harder by their lack of con-
tact with students," Kola ex-
plains.
More mingling of Regents,
students and faculty may help,
but Koza emphasizes that com-
plete restructuring of t he
board is the only way to solve
the problem.
Koza has proposed a long
term plan which would hope-
fully eliminate the information
gap between the governors and
the governed.
The plan provides for a 12-
member Board of Regents com-
posed of 4 students elected by
students; 4 faculty members
elected by the faculty; and 4
public members chosen in a
statewide election.
This way, the students and
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