The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - rage 9
ed by a crowd of angry students demanding his resignation. The students termed racist
ion program. Students left the meeting and occupied his offices for 26 hours. Although
nfortunate," no action was taken against him.
Bubbly and troubly: Graduation 1988 was both, as champagne corks and tempers flew.
While some students protested the awarding of an honorary degree to former UN ambassador
Jeane Kirkpatrick, others just wanted to party, creating a ruckus that may lead to changes in
this year's commencement ceremonies.
Duderstadt: ...came in.
Fighting back: Maintenance worker Mary Clark took on University Building Services, which she said was
responsible for her being racially harassed on the job. Clark was one of several Black workers who charged the
department or its supervisors with racial harassment over the past year.