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Cooper said it would have been more
appropriate if the University had chose*
an alum to speak to the class of 1996.
"Another pool of candidates is for-
mer alumni like Gerald Ford, James
Earl Jones, Nancy Kassebaum,"
Cooper said. "Or possibly alumni now
in the news, like Jack Kevorkian."
Other students have voiced concern
about Cole's possible involvement in
some controversial organizations. In
December 1992, Cole came under scruti
ny when she was being considered for th
position of secretary of Education.
Some publications, including the
New York-based Jewish newspaper
The Forward, called her a "leftist
extremist," and said she belonged to
the pro-Castro Venceremos Brigade
and a Soviet front group known as the
U.S. Peace Council. Attempts to reach
the two organizations this week were
unsuccessful and it is unknown
whether the groups still exist.
Michigan Student Assembly LSA Rep.
Jon Winick said Cole should be "jetti-
soned" from speaking at commencement.
"If there is a significant portion that
believes her to b anti-Semitic, pro-
Castro, that is not someone who is fit
to give a speech about students'
futures," Winick said. "She is clearly
out of the mainstream. I am afraid she
will give a divisive speech."
In 1994, Cole received the Tree of Li
award from the Jewish National Fund.
Harrison noted that negative comments
are often made about prominent people.
"Almost any public figure has
things written about them," Harrison
said. "Look at the things written about
Hillary Clinton. But only a few people
would disagree that we should have
given her an honorary degree."
Cooper said he would rather have had
a political figure speak at the ceremone.
But President James Duderstadt sai
the University tends to stay away from
political personalities in election years.
"As a general rule, during an elec-
tion year, we try to stay away from
political figures" Duderstadt said.
Duderstadt also said Cole was cho-
sen for her contributions to higher
education. Cole has led the all-female
black institution since 1987.
"She has been outspoken about high*
education" Duderstadt said. "We think
she has very important things to say'
Cole holds sociology and anthropolo-
gy degrees, and served on President
Clinton's transition team as a cluster
coordinator for Education, Laborand the
Arts and Humanities. Cole has honorary
degrees from more than 30 institutions.
During his comments, Cooper sug-
gested the University had. ulterior
motives for choosing Cole.
"I feel you, the Board of Regents, a*
well as the University asa whole, has
taken political correctness way too
far," he said. "If this was the main
motive behind your decision, which I
am sure it is, I feel a more notable PC
speaker could be found"
Harrison said the University has had
a variety of speakers during the last
few years, including Marian Wright-
Edelman and then-President Bush.
"We have to be clear in the fact that
people can achieve excellence in all
walks of life ... not just politics'
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