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Page 12--The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 16, 1990

Students gather in front of University President's James Duderstadt's
house.

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COMMENTS
Continued from Page 1
cials had sought the advice of the
the University General Counsel Elsa
Cole but he would not specify at
what time that counsel was sought.
LSA junior Jesse Walker and
LSA senior Steve Koppelman, who
were both on the speakers list for the
public session and are candidates for
the Michigan Student Assembly,
said they were denied entrance to
Crisler Arena.
Both added that University offi-
cials made no effort to advise them
of the change in location. A janitor
in the Anderson Room told them the
meeting had been switched to Crisler
Arena, they said.
University officials said signs
were posted in the windows of the
Fleming Building announcing the
change.
No signs were posted at the An-
derson room.

"Maybe next month I will put
my tuition money in an undisclosed
room and let the regents look for it
until I tell them where it is," Walker
said.
Ann Arbor resident Bryan Ander-
son said he also was denied entrance
to Crisler Arena and threatened to
pursue legal action.
"As a constituent of Deane Baker
I should have the right to talk to
him and air my views," said Ander-
son.
The Open Meetings Act of
Michigan states: "All meetings of a
public body shall be open to the
public and shall be held in a place
available to the general public."
A public body is defined as "any
state or local legislative body; in-
cluding a board, commission, com-
mittee..."
The Board of Regents is a public
body.
The state's Open Meetings Act
requires that in regards to public
meetings, a "public notice for a pub-

lic body shall always be posted at its'
principal office and any other loca-
tions considered appropriate by the
body."
Power said students on the speak-
ers list had been notified of the meet-
ing's location change but was unsure
of what method had been used to no-
tify them.
"We wanted to make sure that the
invited students on the speakers list
got their chance to talk," Power said.'
Students protesting outside the
News and Information Services
Building reacted with little surprise
to the meeting's change of location.
"It's a classical regental move,"
said Rackham Graduate student Laura
Dresser. "They don't have any ac-
countability to students - their ac-
tions are taken without any regard to
what students want or need."
"It was a really low thing to do'
- regents are supposed to be here
for students, but they don't listen,"
said LSA junior Cindy Landrum.

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