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ECISION
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fight back. MSA treasurer and Bram Elias said the
assembly composed a compromise proposal, which
avoided the necessity of changing the constitution.
"This new proposal will allow for a student regent
without costing students' money," Elias said.
Regent Martin Taylor (D-Grosse Point Farms)
said he is happy with the decision to not incorpo-
rate a student regent at this time.
"This is a classic case of Pandora's Box," Taylor
aid. "There would just be a lot of mischief" if the
constitution were to be changed.
Taylor said the board's decision does not mean
the administration is against having open and
improved communication with the student body.
"There are ways to improve the process, Taylor
said. "Obviously, it is important to know student
requests and problems." Taylor said having a stu-
dent regent would not necessarily accomplish this.
"Think how diverse the student body is, Taylor
said. "Students are not a homogenous group of
one mind or one priority."
Regent Shirley McFee (R-Battle Creek) cited
another reason for not approving the fee.
"This is all coming forth far too rapidly," McFee
said. "Students may think it's a snail's pace, but in
reality, it's ... far too sweeping, too soon."
But Elias said MSA has been working at the
regents' pace to establish the student regent seat.
"This actual drive has been going on for five
years non-stop," Elias said.
McFee said that while the board is intent on estab-

Monday, June 29, 1998 ---The Michigan Daily --7

lishing good student-administration communication,
it is "not at all willing to entertain a proposal that
involves a constitutional amendment."
Currently, any person of voting age can run for
a seat on the Board of Regents. The process entails
a statewide election and an eight-term commit-
ment. This is different from the student regent seat
proposed by MSA, which would be voted on by
students and entail a shorter term commitment.
"Students I think expected (the student regent
proposal) would be more positively received than
it was," McFee said. "The regents on the board at
the present time have emphasized that a constitu-
tional change should not be done."
Elias said the decision by the administration to
not approve the original proposal made the issue
more complicated.
"It makes us unhappy,' Elias said. "But it won't
end our fight. We've lost a battle, but we're in for
a more long-term war."
McFee said it was not clear exactly what the role
of student regent would involve.
"I have yet to see a full-fledge discussion of
expectations, term length or responsibilities,"
McFee said. She added that the proposed S4.00 fee
would have been used to aid the start of a petition
drive to change the constitution.
Elias said the regents' decision was based on
incorrect information.
He added that if the original proposal's problems
were those cited by the board, the new compromise
proposal should be viewed more favorably
"If those are really the reasons, victory is pretty
close," Elias said.

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