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4B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003


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ing. The real reason they live down- neighbors certainly don't. Empty
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easy access to the Intramural Building, Elbel
Field and the Sports Coliseum this neighborhood
is an athlete's dream.
Map courtesy of the University of Michigan

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describe their importance to the future of the country.
The court also wrote that while the policies that the Law
School uses in order to create a diverse student body are con-
stitutional at this time, it expects such policies to no longer be
necessary in 25 years. Undoing the social and economic
inequities between the races that have developed over hun-
dreds of years in such a short period of time is an ambitious
goal and one that will take a great deal of effort to achieve.
Supporters of affirmative action would be mistaken to
rest on their laurels in the wake of this victory. Rather,
civil rights activists should view this ruling as a call to
action. The time has come to end the historic injustices
based on skin color that have blemished the American
story since it began. The work of fixing the country's
institutions of higher learning and in turn of power and
influence will prove to be much more difficult than
achieving this narrow victory in the Supreme Court.

Continued from Page 11

proposed such ideas as the Life Science Initiative, the
internship with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the
Master Plan. He sought to expand the University's
international prominence and prestige in a wide range of
areas. Serious questions remain as to how Coleman sees
the University's role in the future.
For these reasons, the Daily encourages Coleman to
deliver a state of the University address at the beginning
of the fall academic term in order to evaluate her first
year as president and to lay out ideas for the University's
future. Hopefully, after a rocky first year, becoming
acquainted with her position, Coleman will lead the
University into an exciting future as an internationally-
renowned institution of higher learning.

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