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2 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly-Wednesday, June17, 1992
percent of this year's budget is being
REGENTS carried over to next year.
Continued from page 1 He and others also pointed to a
$7.05 rate in order to maintain the referendumincludedintheMarchMSA
healthy operation of programs that suf- election in which amajority of students
fered financialcuts during the 1991-92 who voted opted for a fee cap at the
school year. current level.
They asked that of this 78-cent in- Discussions about the MSA fee
crease, 35 centsofitbe transferredfrom raised questions about larger issues,
the fee previously allocated to MCC. such as the financial practices of the
However, regents voted unani- assembly and relations between stu-
mously to keep the amount the same, dent government and the regents.
and some advocated lowering it. Inthepast,MSAhasbeencriticized
Regent Neal Nielsen (R-Brighton) by auditors for poor bookeeping that
said itisnot fair totax the students at the resulted in misappropriation of funds.
current rate in light of the fact that 16 Regent Deane Baker (R-Ann Ar-

bor)saidMSA hashad "between outra-
geous and unbelievable bad manage-
ment and spending."
However, the organization hired a
full time bookkeeper/financial analyst
in January.This year,auditorssaid they
were pleased with the financial records
of the assembly.
Still,regents andadministrators said
they want to make sure the money is
properly allocated.
"Because Regents act to enact the
fee taken from students without con-
sent from the entire student body, we
have an obligation to ensure financial
propriety is absolutely perfect,"Regent

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Philip Power (D-Ann Arbor) said.
Maureen Hartford, vice president
for Student Services, said some of the
problems stem from misunderstand-
ings about the role of MSA - whether
itis astudentorganzation withoversight.
'The lack of clarity causes tensions
that might not exist if these questions
were answered," she said.
Regent Shirley McFee (R-Battle
Creek) highlighted a connection be-
tween the MSA budget and the rela-
tionship between student government
and he board.
She asked that Hartford consistently
Continued from page 1
200 members of the press who had
gathered to hear the youth delegates.
Danny Kennedy, an Australian
NGO representative, said he heard an
American official say, "Take them out.
Break it up!"
delegationwereviolentlyremoved from
the conference center. Dorsey was
handcuffed and expelled while other
youth delegates gave one-on-one press
A British youth delegate who was
giving a interview was handcuffed and
removed from the center 20 minutes
before he was supposed to appear on a
panel with the UNCED Secretary
Continued from page 1
Vinter added that she feels the
University's motivation is to increase
"It's silly for them to be concerned
about money because Ican'tpay outof
state tuition," she said. " If I don't get
residency, I wont go. They get no
money then."
Not all schools have such nebulous
guidelines. Many state legislatures es-
tablish residency requirements for the
entire state and all of its services.
Florida, for example, requires only
the filingofa"StateofFloridaResidency
Declaration" formin which you swear
that you relinquish your residency in
any other state. This document entitles
the filer to vote in the state, obtain a
driver's license and pay in-state uni-
versity tuition rates Florida's process

meet with MSA to evaluate how it
prepares the budgetandhow theassem-
bly works with students to allocate the
funds. She also requested that some
type of action report be put together.
University President James
to be made because the student body is
constantly changing andmany programs
were started over two decades ago.
"In dialogue with the student gov-
ernment, we need to develop ideas of
- can understand the programs they
support, and support those programs,"
he said.
General Morris Strong.
The detention of the youth was
widely condemned by many nations
and members of the conference includ-
ing Strong.
"There was nothing wrong with what
(Dorsey) did. He is an American, a
as any other person at the conference.
The only reason the U.N. took the ac-
tion it did is because we were youth,"
Kennedy said.
The spokesperson for Secretary
General Boutros Boutros-Ghali had no
During thetwo-year preparation for
the summit, the U.N. heldfour meetings
to plan the conference. The youth del-
egation was given atotal of 22 minutes
to speak at these meetings.
is much easier than most states.
Some states leave it up to universi-
The requirements vary from school to
Ohio State University requires that
a student live in the state continuously
for 12 months without excessive ab-
sences. Students must also be able to
prove they receive no significant fi-
nancial support from sources outside of
the state.
option available to students who may
have moved there within the last 12
months, but whointendtoremain in the
state after graduation because of full
time employment in Ohio. Under this
plan, students must prove employment
and be able to demonstrate that the
income from this employment covers
their e nses



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