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Twp.), chairman of the Senate Judiciary
Committee. "One can imagine that
political influence is going to be there."
After all, Van Regenmorter said,
"while many decry the amount of
money that was spent in Supreme
Court races this past November, never-
theless there was more public atten-
tion, more public interest and more
public involvement in this election
than in any previous election."
But Weaver would likely disagree.
"I believe the public is now less
accurately informed about the Court
and the judiciary than before the cam-
paign," she said in her proposal.
Sen. Gary Peters (D-Bloomfield
Hills), the ranking Democrat on the
Judiciary Committee, acknowledged
that "there needs to be a way of reduc-
ing the partisanship" but said "I don't
think I would dump elections in favor
of the system she's talking about."
Peters said he is more in favor of
"some system in which an impartial
body chooses among a list of qualified
candidates" rather than people that have
been very involved in partisan politics.
But, he added, "I wouldn't be
opposed to looking at another system."
WXeaver's plan does have substantial
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Mary's Student Parish, said Catholics
attending secular institutions out-
number those in Catholic institutions
by a ratio of nearly four to one.
"From my experience, the Christ-
ian population is booming," Smith
said. "Campus ministries on public
campuses are growing."
Sue Waters of St. Mary's said a big
change on the University of Michi-
gan's campus in the past decade was
the explosion of extracurricular
groups vying for students' attention.
"There's such diversity on cam-
pus," Waters said.
Diversity is a positive factor for
large colleges, said LSA senior
Thomas Litchford, president of the
University Lutheran Chapel council.
"At a private Christian college, you
are surrounded for the most part by
people who share your faith," he said.
The sheltered environment provid-
ed by a private college is a disadvan-
tage once people enter the real world,
Kevin Richardson, campus minis-
ter for the student group Christian
Challenge, noted a thaw in the tradi-
tionally frosty reception of religion
at secular institutions. This shift
- Wednesday, January 10, 2001 -7
support in the Legislature.: -,
Sen. John Schwarz (R-Battle
said he believes, as Weaver doe
"there should be a straight appoifliTi
of Supreme Court justices ... with the
advice and consent of the Senate.'
But Schwarz took issue %%it ne
aspect of Weaver's proposal. He said
the 14-year term outlined in he lan
"seems maybe a bit too long..I
would like to see more discussion and
debate on the length of term."
. Weaver's plan has also received sup-
port from Rep. Mike BishopY-
Rochester), chair of the House
Constitutional Law and Ethics Comniit-
tee. He said Weaver's plan was<"an
excellent idea. It sets up a check and bhl-
ance system that takes the justices gw of
a process that strips them of their irnte ni-
ty." He added, "Its very wise to be rais-
ing this issue especially after what we
saw in the Supreme Court race."
Brendan Ringlever, legislative direc-
tor for Sen. Ken Sikkema (R-
Grandville), said Sikkema is taking
Weaver's proposal "very seriogly."
Sikkema introduced legislationlast
year to make judicial selectier in
Michigan similar to that in Misswori
- a system which involves gub to-
rial appointment followed one oavo
years after by an up-or-down retention
vote by the public.
may allow people to feel froeerto
express an interest in religion- he
said, and may account for theaburist
of interest in religion and religius
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Richardson said secular schails
often have an academic edge over
their smaller, religiously-lased
counterparts: In a religious s-hool,
faith is part of the landscape anjd
students are associated with1it lby
default, but at a large public siocl,
people choose to be affiliated th
their religion. This distinction is
important, he said. ::
For many students devout iti'hgir
faith, religiously affiliated collcocs
are the answer.
"The whole college is shaped by
Christian values, beliefs, fundamen-
tals," Calvin College chaplainUale
Learning at Calvin is sha d by
faith, Cooper said, and religio jjfe
is highly visible on campus. All pro-
fessors at the Grand Rapids cJlgge
have a duty to teach their disciplines
through a Christian lens, and stud'ents
are required to take three retgion
courses to graduate. Outreach and
service projects draw in-several hun-
dred students a semester ald 'ire
done in a Christian mindset, Cooper
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