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LaGROC's demand to amend the
university's anti-discrimination by-
law to include sexual orientation,
Other students and student groups
have also voiced concern about the
Last fall students protested the
presidential inauguration, claiming
that Duderstadt was an 'illegal' pres-
ident, selected by University's Board
of Regents in a "secret" search.
Minority organizations, particu-
larly the Socially Active Latino Stu-
dents Association, also protested the
administration last fall when a Uni-
versity issued a report on minorities
that contained many inaccuracies.
SALSA members were unavail-
able for comment.
Another concern facing students
is the ever increasing cost of tuition
and how it will affect diversity on
"How do you get diversity if ev-
erybody's going to be white upper
class?" said recent graduate Kelly
Many high ranking University
officials agree that one of greatest
challenges Duderstadt will face in the
future is funding for the University.
With continued state underfunding of
public institutions throughout
Michigan, "a greater and greater bur-
den will be placed on tuition," said
Regent Thomas Roach (D-Saline).
In addition to a recommitment to
the 'intellectual values - the seek-
ing of wisdom, freedom of inquiry,
intellectual integrity, the discipline
of the mind, respect for reasoned
conclusions, democracy and justice,'
Duderstadt's address focused on the
importance of the 'C-values' - car-
ing, concern, compassion, coopera-
tion and communication, civility and
"He's very supportive of me and
the Michigan Student Assembly,"
said Williams. Without Duderstadt'S
confidence and support, he said he
doubt that MSA would have received
the budget increase that it did this
summer from the regents.
Atkins characterized Duderstadt as
a very approachable and friendly per-
son who tries to get out to meet and
talk with students.
Vest said that Duderstadt enjoyed
the random appearances that he made
to classes last year and he thinks that
students were "disarmed and sur-
prised" by his "openness and candor"
in discussing the issues.
Duderstadt works to enhance a
"sense of collegiality on campus,"
according to Roach.
We can have "enlightened discus-
sions of the issues," said Roach and
"we can talk with each other without
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