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lion in class discussion and beyond is
part of his teaching philosophy.
"I don't give sermons on the
.mount," Tanter said. "Acquisition and
dissemination of knowledge are two
sides of the same coin.
"Students are not pawns in my
class," Tanter said.
During his 31-year career working
ith students, Tanter has taken just one
break - a four-year hiatus to serve as a
senior staff member on Reagan's
National Security Council.
"I outranked Oliver North. He
!would do anything. I always saw him
in front of the shredder," Tanter
Tanter said he was replaced by
North, the central figure in the arms for
hostages scandal in the 1980s, for
Reagan's second term.
"They sent me back to Michigan,"
Tanter's book discusses the six
rogue states he believes are the most
threatening to the United States today:
Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lybia, Cuba and North
The current situation regarding
Iraqi weapons inspections is not the
most dangerous threat to American
sovereignty at this time, Tanter
"Saddam (Hussein) invaded
Kuwait, so people know him; he goes
above the fold," Tanter said. "But he can
Tanter argues in the book that Iran is
the more dangerous of these two states.
"Iran is a more dangerous threat,
but only the U.S. sees the threat. No
one is paying attention to this,"
Syria and its leader Hafez Al-
Assad are also an important players in
the world political game today, Tanter
"Assad killed 12,000 of his own
people in a weekend," Tanter said.
Syria "deserves categorization as a
rogue state and it deserves publica-
Tanter held a book signing last night
at Borders Books & Music, where
some people questioned his views on
U.S. policy toward these and other
nations. But Tanter defended his book,
saying, "American ideals are the most
important factor in military interven-
Daily, Ensian take home awards
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former Daily Mnaging News Editor Jodi S. Cohen received the
award on behalf of the Daily's staff at a ceremony in New York's
Marriott Marquis Hotel on Thursday. Michiganensian Editor
Ryan Sockalosky and former Michiganensian Editor Lisa Harty
received the yearbook's award on behalf of their staff.
"This is a great honor for botn publications and is a
reflection of the strength of the student editors and reporters
at both the Daily and the Ensian,' White said. "There is no
way that either publication could have achieved this without
so many talented students working tirelessly in all aspects of
newspaper and yearbook production.
"Each and every student who has worked in Student:
Publications earned these awards."
In addition to the Gold Crown, Daily staff members also
won 17 Gold Circle Awards, one of the most esteemed awards
given to collegiate newspaper reporters. The Daily took four
first-place awards nationally for: News Writing, Sports
Features, Entertainment Review and Art Illustration. Daily
staffers also finished second in In-Depth News/Feature,
Health News, Spot News Photo and Sports Photo Portfolio,
and the staff was honored with third place in the Single
Subject Presentation Section category for its Sept. 23 special
edition, which covered the Tamara Williams murder.
The Daily was also named the fourth-best designed col-
lege newspaper in the country.
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hazard or impediments, it isn't really public funds - it's
'private," he said.
Elias said he regrets this "miscommunication" but that he
looks forward to meeting with the students to discuss the
LSA junior Andrew Wright, co-chair of the Student
Regents Task Force, said MSA has managed to avoid the
legal questions surrounding their political effort to get a stu-
ent regent by making the fee refundable.
"Our position is that the only standing they have is if
(students) are forced to pay the fee," Wright said. "We
feel very confident that we are not usurping student
The students who are challenging the initiative said
that whether or not the fee is optional is irrelevant.
"If one student gave their money (to MSA), it would
still be illegal," Hanna said. "The issue is a public body
is spending money for a political issue. Though the
funding is coming from a specific source, it's still a pub-
Law first-year student Charles Keckler said that the stu-
dents are putting together their arguments because they
"noticed something odd."
"Our current reading of the law makes it look like some-
thing not appropriate is going on," Keckler said.
Several legal advisers who were contacted concerning the
question of what constitutes public funds said they could not
comment without knowing the specifics of the students' chal-
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