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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 26, 1980-Page 3

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STATE SENATORS Jackie Vaughn (D-
Detroit), left, and Jack Faxon (D-
Detroit) speak to a School of Education
audience on minority recruitment by
state universities yesterday. The two
legislators told an audience that
universitites could make major
improvements in minority enrollment
by eliminating tuition.

The Eighteenth'Century Semester
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State universities could make major
inroads toward improving their
minority enrollment rates by
eliminating tuition for all students, ac-
cording to state Senators Jackie
Vaughn (D-Detroit) and Jack Faxon
(D-Detroit).
Two major problems standing in the
way of that plan, they said, are the
politics and the priorities of the state.
Vaughn and Faxon made their remarks
at a seminar on minority recruitment
sponsored by the School of Education
yesterday.
VAUGHN SAID that inflation has
made these the worst times for expan-
sion of minority recruitment programs.
He said the federal government's
priorities lie with the military at

present and not with education. At their
meeting earlier this month, the Regents
were notified that black enrollment at
the University continued a three-year
decline acid is currently 6.1 per cent -
the lowest figure since an annual
minority enrollment report was first
compiled in 1972.
Vaughn said he has introduced
legislation in the senate to eliminate
tuition for all students but the bill failed
to gain acceptance by his colleagues.
Bills supporting free tuition for senior
citizens and Native Americans, he ad-
ded, have met with success in the
legislature.
Another problem identified by the
senators with declining minority
enrollments was the lack of com-
munication between high schools and
universities. They called the at-

mosphere in most high schools
"pathetic" and said the current system
has not encouraged educators and
community' leaders to become in-
volved.
Faxon and Vaughn said that univer-
sities should not offer remedial
programs for- students. Faxon
suggested that the state focus its efforts
teaching students the basics at the pre-
school level. In the long run, he said,
such a program would save the state a
large amount of money.

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FILMS'
Cinema Gld-La Jetee, The Lost World, 7, 9p.m., Old Arch. Aud.
Cinema Two-Closely Watched Trains, 7,9 p.rh., Nat. Sci. Aud.
MEETINGS
Russian Club-12 noon, Commons Rm., MLB.
PIRGIM-Energy Task Force Meeting, 7 p.m., Welker Rm., Union; Anti-
Draft Task Force Meeting, 7 p.m., Assmebly Hall, Union.
Rackham Student Govt.-Council Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Exec. Board Rm.,
Rackham.
Committee Concerned Woth World Hunger-Open to public, 9 p.m.,
Assembly Hall, Union.
Extension Service-Innovative Designs for bibliographic instruction lec-
ture, 9 a.m., League.
Dept. o? Post Grad Medicine-Aging: Psychiatric Problems and Their
Management, 9 a.m., Townsley Ctr.
CRLT-An Introduction to Using Personal Computers in Teaching, 7:30
p.m., 109 E. Madison.
SPEAKERS
UAC Viewpoint-Fred Jameson, "Political Unconscious," 8 p.m., Union
Ballroom.
Ecumenical Campus Center, International Center-David Mooineaux,
"Chile and Argentine: Recent Economic and Political Trends," 12 noon, In-
ternational Center.
Resource Policy and Management-Susan Todd, "The Shetland Ex-
perience: Rural Govt. Faces the Oil Industry," 12 noon, 1029 Dana.
PAC Guild House-Bob Stechuck, "Tenure and the Student: Unheard
Voices in Quality Education Decisions," 12 noon, 802 Monroe,
Center For Chinese Studies- Edward Friedman, "Origins of Mao's
Theory of Restoration of Capitalism in a Socialist Society," 12 noon, Lane
Hall Commons Rm.
Residential College-David Dixon, "Recent Trends in Applying
Technology to Third World Development," 12noon, 1040 Seg. of Nat. Res.
Psycho-Biology Dept.-Richard Katz, "What Does the Laboratory Tell Us
About Motivation?" 12:30 p.m., 1057 MHRI.
Chem. Dept.-J.A. Labinger, "Approaches to Homogenous Catalysis of Co
hydrogenation," 4 p.m., 1200 Chem. Building.
Bioengineering-Jeffrey Anderson, "Echocardiology," 4 p.m., 1042 E.
Eng.
Dept. of Geological Science-John G. Fleagle, "Sexual -Dimorphism and
Early Anthropod Evolution," 4 p.m., 4001 C.C. Little.
Nuclear Eng.-John C. Engdahl, "Nuclear Activities at TRW," 4 p.m.,
Bear Rm., Cooley Building.
Great Lakes and Marine Environment-Alvin Jensen, "Assessment of
Power Plant Impact on Lake Michigan Fishes," 4 p.m., 165 Chrysler Ctr.
Michigan Maps Society-Jon M. Leverenz, "Cartographic Design and
Production," 7:30 p.m., Old Regents' Rm., 2533 LSA.
Sparatacus Youth League-Brian Manning, "From Reconstruction to
Greensboro: A Marxist Analysis of Black Oppression in the U.S." 7:30 p.m.,
Kuenzel Rm., Union.
Housing Division-"The Origins of Jim Crow," 7:30 p.m., Kuenzel Rm.,
Union.
Industrial Operations Engineering: Devinder Kochher, "Quantitative
Methods in Man Machine Systems," 9 a..m., 246 W. Engineering.
Physics/Astronomy-R. Teets, "Spectroscopy in a Hostile Environment:
Lasers Shed New Light on Combustions," 4 p.m., 2038 Randall.
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