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JI-IEMICHGAN AILYPaMeSeve

Friday, July 2, 191
Opportunity prograi
,major factor in adm
(continued from Page 1) son" between the office and
The other offices being shift- Smith.
ed to academic affairs are keep- Other offices, including those
ing their directors and staff, but of Admissions, Orientation,
are simply reporting to different Scheduling and Registration and
administrators. Records, will now report to
T The Financial Aid Office, for Ernest Zimmerman, assistant to
example, will r e p o r t to John Smith, but will keep their
Romani, associate vice president present staffs.
for academic affairs, who says T h e Opportunity Program,
his capacity will be as a "liai- too, will keep its present staff,
U according to Cash, but Maddox
will be leaving to become an
assistant professor in the de-
U C ellar bpartments of speech and jour-
nalism.
Although observers have noted
t d iscu ss what they call Maddox' "frus-
tration" in administering the
program, and Maddox himself
says I have encountered some
opposition in some of the pro-
gram I have backed," he is quick
(Cantinued tress Page i) mount reason for my leaving."
made by Engineering Prof. He cites his "own academic
Jonathan Bulkley. He said Wed- field of broadcasting" as being a
nesday that "this society has major motivation, adding that
had enough of violence and the "I am one of the few blacks in
use of unlawful means to the country with advanced de-
achieve goals." grew in this field.'
The Cellar should not "be greintsfel.
dealing with these materials," Simultaneous to the reassign-
he said. Although Bulkley ment, the Opportunity Program
agrees that any publication a is experiencing major changes.
customer wants to buy should be The Opportunity Program com-
ordered, he is drawing up a per- mittee, which took partial re-
manent policy banning books sponsibility for the program, is
Lrom display which instruct being discarded and two new
rsons on how to use weapon- committees appointed in its
ry. This will be voted on at place.
the board's August meeting. An Operating Committee will
The Saturday rpeeting will be see to the day by day operation
held at 2 p.m. in Anderson of the program and will consist
Room of the Union. of administrators from such of-
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n seen as
in. change.
fices as admissions and finan-
cial aids.
Another committee, to be call-
ed the Advisory Committee, is
also planned, and will include
students, faculty and adminis-
tration. The composition of that
committee was discussed at a
meeting early this week but was
not finalized.
Fleming says "we tried to get
everyone interested in the pro-
gram at that meeting," adding
that the way of choosing the
committee members will prove
more "complex" than usual be-
cause of the several groups in-
terested in the Opportunity
Program.
Student Government Council
President Rebecca Schenk, who
was present at the meeting is
optimistic that there will be "at
least parity" for students on the
committee.
The exact functions of the
committee have not yet been
determined, although Fleming
said that a report discussing
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