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May 16, 1975 - Image 7

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Friday, May 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Regents receive GRC report
(Continued from Page 1) grades. THE LENGTHY discussion of
course selection "should require BUT GRC Chairman Ray- the GRC report also contained

an advisor's signature only for
the first term of residency.
Action on the report is sched-
uled for this morning's Regents
meeting, but it is unclear whe-
ther the Board will take a final
vote or delay their decision.
Regent Deane Baker (R-Ann
Arbor) said he holds "a strong
objection" against the GRC's
proposed Faculty Code revi-
sion which would allow students
more control over the informa-
tion on their transcripts, includ-
ing the presence of their

mond Grew said the recom-
mendation was "an extension of
rights students have always
had."
"The major purpose of the
change was to make the teach-
ing function of grading cen-
tral," Grew said.
Regent Paul Brown (D-Pe-
toskey) criticized the GRC's ap-
proach to independent study
time as insufficient and, Regent
Thomas Roach (D-Detroit)
questioned the report's propos-
ed section on off-campus credit.

critical remarks from LSA Stu-
dent Government President
Amy Berlin, who recommended
that the Regents not accept the
total report because of its sec-
tion on the LSA curriculum
committee would be composed
of nine faculty and three stu-
dent members.
Berlin said this arrangement
"will be excluding students
from determining questions
which deal with their own edu-
cation," and urged greater stu-
dent membership on the com-
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