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Food for thought

MILLER
Continued from Page 1
front the realities of human life.
"In the '30s, the theatre in New
York was exploding ... for the first
time probably in its history it was
reflecting real life, which was the
(Great) Depression," he said. "Writ-
ing plays seemed to be the best way
to confront the audience, to speak
about what we were feeling. ...
(Prose) seemed to be remote and dis-
tant in comparison."
Miller also recalled his experi-
ences working as a reporter and edi-
tor for The Michigan Daily as it
became more radical during the
Great Depression.
"The Michigan Daily had tradi-
tionally been in the hands of fraterni-
ties, which tend to be very
conservative," he said. "People were
going bankrupt - they were looking
for another voice."
When he joined the newspaper in
his sophomore year, Miller said, it
was just beginning to gain attention
from national wire services for its
reporting on professors who were
expressing new political and eco-
nomic views.
"We began to really report what was
happening," Miller said. "The Daily

was becoming a fairly widespread
newspaper, rather than a campus
paper."
Addressing national and global
issues as well as personal ones, Miller
criticized extremists on both sides of
the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,
expressed worries about the Bush
administration's environmental stance
and examined the role of "acting" in
American politics.
"We're in the hands of actors ... our
politics now is more about acting than
issues or anything else," he said. "I
often wonder what would Lincoln look
like on TV"
The audience included hundreds of
students and theatre enthusiasts from
Ann Arbor and elsewhere. Roy
Worhees, a high school English
teacher, came with his wife from St.
Clair Shores to see Miller.
"For 88 years old, I was surprised
he had the wit and insight and intel-
ligence about global situations of a
person half his age," Worhees said.
"He seemed to enjoy his audience
as much as his audience enjoyed
him."
LSA junior Jacob Roberts said he
was a longtime fan of Miller's work.
"This is a big moment for me," he
said. " 'Death of a Salesman' means a
lot to me."

GREEKS
Continued from Page 1
meet with (administrators), we want
you to meet our demands, no questions
asked,'" Stormzand said.
LSA sophomore Jacob Strumwass-
er, president of Sigma Nu, acknowl-
edged a lack of consultation between
SVA and the task force as to how the
meeting would proceed.
"The representatives of the Greek
community may not have been fully
briefed on the format of the meeting,
and as well as we may have not have
briefed SVA on our interpretation of
how the meeting would go down,"
Strumwasser said.
But SVA member Harlyn Pacheco,
an Engineering junior, said his group
has always been willing to discuss pro-
posed changes. He added that the task
force and SVA have similar aims.
"They're overall the same goal," he
said. "Everybody's still working on
their specific issues, that's just how
you go."
"The coalition was trying to
include the Greek community along
with all the other communities," LSA
junior Stephanie Chang, an SVA
member, said. "All issues relate to
student services."
Of Monday's meeting, Chang said,

"It might have come off as rude, but
our intentions were really to get direct
responses on our demands."
Other members of SVA and the
Greek system said despite the gaps
between the details of the groups'
goals, each organization is committed
to the same general vision: the
improvement of student life.
While SVA's tactics in Monday's
meeting may have been controversial,
members of the Greek community
have themselves reacted overzealously
during meetings with administrators,
Strumwasser said. During the past six
weeks, several leaders of the Greek
system have engaged Harper to protest
the changes her office have proposed
to the system.
"With the forums, yes, it was
intense," Strumwasser said, adding that
Harper had presented a plan to the
administration with no student input.
"There were parts of the proposal that
had to be called out."
He added that the task force's
departure from the coalition will not
result in the end of negotiations
with the administration. Rather,
Strumwasser said the "lines of com-
munication are still open" between
the administration and the Greek
community.

SH RAr o14I/Daily
LSA sophomore Tiffany Chua helps cook dinner at the Ronald
McDonald House as a part of the University Students Against Cancer
yesterday. The group cooks a meal every month for the house.
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