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H ISTORYdiverse student body, which in turn
improved the learning environment of
Continued from Page 1 all its students. The intervenors took a
for Individual Rights. The Washington- different stand, arguing that the consid-
based firm sued on behalf of Jennifer eration of race was necessary to offset
Gratz and Patrick Hamacher - who racial discrimination.
were denied admission to the College In December 2000, a federal court
of Literature, Science and the Arts - judge upheld the University's under-
and Barbara Grutter, who was not graduate admissions program. U.S.
accepted to the Law School. District Court Judge Patrick Duggan
A third party entered the case in said diversity is "a compelling gov-
August 1999 when several groups ernmental interest and that the Uni-
filed a motion to take part in the versity's current undergraduate
cases. These intervenors included admissions program meets the stan-
such groups as the National Associa- dards set by the Supreme Court in
tion for the Advancement of Colored Regents of the University of Califor-
People Legal Defense and Educa= nia v. Bakke."
tional Fund and the American Civil But Duggan also ruled that the Uni-
Liberties Union. versity's grid system, formerly used to
The University defended its policies, evaluate applicants, was unconstitu-
on the grounds that they created a tional. But by then, the University had
the michigan daily m
changed to its current point system -
assigning 20 points out of 150 to His-
panics, blacks and Native Americans
- which Duggan ruled permissible.
Duggan also ruled that using race in
admissions to remedy past discrimina-
tion was not justified, although using it
in the interest of diversity was.
But a few months later, the Universi-
ty suffered a defeat when U.S. District
Court Judge Bernard Friedman said
colleges and universities may not use
race in admissions.
Both cases went on to the U.S. 6th
Circuit Court of Appeals, which over-
turned Friedman's ruling on the Law
School case in a 5-4 decision in May
2002. The court never ruled on the
CIR appealed the decisions to the
Supreme Court, which accepted both
cases in December 2002.
Since then, the lawsuits have
sparked a national debate about the
value and morality of race-conscious
admissions. About 300 individuals and
groups, including Michigan Gov. Jen-
nifer Granholm and corporations such
as General Motors, expressed their
support for the University by filing
amicus briefs with the court.
Others, including President Bush,
filed in opposition to the University
policies. Bush's brief claims that while
diversity is important in education,
"percent plans" used in Texas and
Florida offer a race-neutral alternative
to achieve that diversity.
Today the Supreme Court will con-
tinue to hear both the undergraduate
and Law School cases, which will set a
new standard for race's status under law.
Continued from Page 1
Some students of color wore gags
yesterday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to repre-
sent what the University community
would be like without a diverse student
body. This could be a possible outcome
after the U.S. Supreme Court's rules on
the lawsuits, rally participant and RC
freshman Lhea Copeland said.
"I've gotten the most attention today
wearing a gag than I ever have -it's sad
that I need to wear a gag to get noticed,"
RC freshman Carla Thomas said most
of her teachers were sunnortive of her
participation in the silent protest.
"I have the lead part in play for my
theater class, and I didn't speak,"
Thomas said. "So they cancelled prac-
tice for me."
White women wore red armbands to
represent the benefits women have
received from affirmative action poli-
cies. And affirmative action allies wore
buttons and stickers.
"Historically, women have benefited
from affirmative action," Students for
Choice Chair Clair Morrissey said.
"Racism and sexism are put in the same
institution that hopes to hold power in
their place, but we can't divide the two
issues that are the same."
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HOUSE FOR RENT in Fall, 5 min. walk
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1 LG. BDRM. APT. avail. MAY '03. fum./
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AVAIL. IMMED. FOR SUBLET $475/mo. plus
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