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"Who is your favorite professor, and why?"

The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 17, 1986 - Page 7
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Daily Classifieds

Francesca Turchi,
Residential College
freshman: Well, I think
Dr. Talburtt, who teaches
my sem-inar on risk-taking.
She makes up innovative
-things to do and makes an
interesting class even more
interesting. It's like you
never know what to expect
in class.

James Ivey, first-year
student, medical
school: Dr. Fisher, who
teaches anatomy and
embryology. He is
handicapped with multiple
sclorosis and is confined to
a wheelchair; however, he is
very kind and goes out of
his way to help others.
Also, students don't feel
intimidated by him and
basically he has many good
qualities which make him
popular with students.

Bob Ewing, LSA
senior: It seems that I
have many excellent
professors, but in my
opinion English Professor
Ralph G. Williams stands
out. Ralph is dynamic,
under-standing, and sensitive
to student's needs both in
and out of class, and his
general persona is such that
it motivates me to do my

Robin Kesselman,
LSA sophomore:
Professor Endelman,
because he is very bright
and intelligent, making his
points clear and under-
standable. And also, he is
not condescending or
intimidating to students.

Jennifer Lutz,
Residential College
freshman: My only
professor is in my
psychology class, and I
think he's great. Professor
Westen teaches with
obvious interest in the
subject, so it makes it very
interesting for the students

Robin Ives, LSA
,ophomore: Professor
Kenneth Lieberthal's class is
very open and friendly, and I
just enjoy attending
lectures. The atmosphere in
class is non-intimidating;
students in class are
naturally drawn to him.
And it seems as if he always
has the answers.

Charles Park, LSA
sophomore: A teacher
who definitely makes a
boring subject truly
interesting is or-ganic
chemistry Professor
Coppola. He is very good
with relating the subject to
the students and I think he's
just got incredible innate
teaching ability.

Lisa Blankstein, LSA
sophomore: The lectures
in my sociology class
taught by Professor Aldon
Morris are always
interesting and fun. His
charisma holds you and
gives you an inspiration to
work hard in his class.

Luis Columna,
graduate student:
Professor Kim Cameron of
my industrial relations class
is my favorite. He formats
his classes well and has a
special human touch, which
is very effective for this
course. But, perhaps this
has to do with the nature of
the class.

Jim Huggins, LSA
junior: Great Books
lecturer H.D. Cameron is
my choice, because he has a
thorough knowledge of the
subject and expresses
himself with enthu-siasm
and clarity. There is a
constant high level of
energy in his class, which is
just too sweet!

Regents que
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money to the organization.
toBaker has also raised doubts as
to the integrity of the petition
procedure. "For seven or eight years
PIRGIM had a check-off procedure
in which students could voluntarily
contribute-and they only reached
their goal of 33 percent support one
term," he said. "Now they want to
come back with a fee that one
would have to refuse. I doubt the
-constitutionality of that."
Under PIRGIM's plan, students
would have to pay a fee to the
group each term unless they
'necked off a box on the studentE
Verification form. Before sprnng
term 1985, the system worked in
the opposite way: Students had to
check off a box if they wanted to
donate to PIRGIM. 1
,' PIRGIM's legal director, Andy
Buchsbaum, remains convinced that
their proposals are indeed
constitutional. "Students have spent
thousands of hours to meet the
requirements for a refusable fee, and
-from my perspective you are not
faced with a difficult choice," he
told the regents yesterday.
Regent Thomas Roach (D-
Saline), however, said, "I don't feel
that there's any binding obligation
for the regents to give you student
funding merely because you had a
petition drive."
- Baker also has reservations about
the educational value of the
organization, but both the faculty
Senate Advisory Committe on
Jniversity Affars and the Michigan
Student Assembly have endorsed
the fee.
Also yesterday, the regents
debated on whether to sell a three-
acre parcel of land on North
Campus to Warner-Lambert, a
major medical supplier to the
hospital and a source of milllions
of dollars in grants to the
- . . - ...

-stion group



"I don't see why we should ever "The university owns 30 to 40
give up ownership for the future percent of the land in Ann Arbor,
when we could get as much money and if we have surplus land, we
by just leasing the land for 99 should be a good neighbor and let
years," said Neal Nielsen (R- someone else pay the taxes," said
Brighton). Roach.
But other regents disagreed.
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