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July 01, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…One hundred and one years of editorial freedom 'U' director to leave for Yale by Laura Potts Daily Staff Reporter RichardShawwillleavehis post as University Director of Undergraduate Admissions to acceptasimilarpositionatYale University. Beginning September 1, Shaw will oversee under- graduate admissions as well as financial aid operations at Yale's Yale College in his new post as Dean of Undergraduate Admissions. University administrators s...…

July 08, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…SUMME ' \ One hundred and one years of editoriai freedom Decisii by Victoria Kuohung Daily Staff Reporter A recent unanimous Su- preme Courtruling is forcing the University to reconsider its con- troversialInterim PolicyonDis- criminatory Conduct. The Supreme Court's June 22 decision in R.A.V. v. St. Paul ruled that restricting speech "solely on the basis of the sub- jects (it) addresses" is unconsti- tutional. Adopted in 1989, the University...…

July 15, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…abE3id4an ailj One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Publ icatons board changes spark debate Ann Arbor Blues amd Jazz festival The Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival returns for its 20th anniversary on Sept. 11-13. Bonnie Raitt headlines the Friday night "Women of the Blues" bill. Raitt performed with her mentor Sippie Wallace at the 1972 Festival. Other performers this year include Sonny Rollins, Al Green, Robert Jr. Lockwood, and ...…

July 22, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER ilni 1dt*1 One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Volume CI No. 11S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, July 22, 1992 @1992 The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor Electrified by space University scientists will transform NASA's space shuttle Atlantis into an enormous physics laboratory late this month. The researchers will study electricity in the upper fringe of the Earth's atmosphere through the use of an Italian satellite deployed at the...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…SUMMEltA. Vga ag One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Volume No. 12S Ann Arbor, Michigan Wednesday, July 29, 1992 @1992 The Michigan Daily COM-Candidates prepare for primary by Hope Calati Daily Staff Reporter The race is coming down to the wire for candidates running for the state house in the 52nd and 53rd districts, as next Tuesday's primary draws ever nearer. The 52nd district contest includes a hotly contested race to replace S...…

July 07, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…Summer Weekly One hundred two years of editorial freedom 11-1 OE Rock sits at crossroads of controversy By BRYN MICKLE The rock was never intended to be DALY STAFF REPORTER an evolving symbol of social and po- What do the slogans "DEKES litical commentary. In 1932, a city RULE," "KEELY + CHRIS" and parks superintendent had the rock "CLASS OF'93 FOREVER" have in brought to its present locale to com- common? The authors of these state- memorate...…

July 14, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…One hundred two years of editorial freedom Volumne CII, No. 3S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, July 14,1993 01993 The Michigan Daily MS, IFC tum out in support of the Rock By JEN DIMASCIO argues that many students are taxpay- cials have been less than willing to and BRYN MICKLE ers and should have a say in city mat- hammer out an agreement. DAILY STAFF REPORTERS ters. "Two years ago, IFC signed a con- The struggle over the Rock finally "A lo...…

July 21, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…ummerWeeklya g One hundred two years of editorial freedom Volume Cill, No. 12S- Ann Arbor, Michigan - ednesday, July 21, 1993 @1993 The Michigan Daily on rises Rising costs f college education The University's tuition increase sits on the high end of rises in the cost of an in-state education in the Big Ten or in peer institutions. 9 0 M 9.5%ii By HOPE CALATI DAILY EDITORIN CHIEF The University of Michigan was edged out by Michigan State Un...…

July 28, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…4W Summr Weekly One hundred two years of editorial freedom Iume Cill, No. 13S Ann Arbor, Michigan - WednesdlayJuly 2,1993 @1993 The Michigan Daily I THE MUSIC OF THE ART FAIRS Search for AD continues By BRYN MICKLE DALY STAFF REPORTER The finalists are in and the waiting begins. Last week, the office of University Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Farris Womack confirned that alistof finalistsforthepositionof head athleticdirector ...…

July 06, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY . be Eidtprn Dalg One hundred three years of editorial freedom Administrators, MSA debate future of legal service etudent Legal Services to undergo reorganization; administrators, MSA discuss options )y Julie Becker in control of the organization and in status for its dent tuition bills. However, financial separation was only the AlLY STAFF REPORTER employees. "That's had alot of benefits for us," said SLS first step in the reorg...…

July 13, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY One hundred three years of editorial freedom In. st, atin o b edakJuy 13,1941994 The Michigan Daily [n-state tuition to break $5,000 mark Provost to propose Tuitic tuition increases at The admini tomorrow's Board the next se of Regents meeting Average tui the cost ha y Lisa Dines past six yei nd Ronnie Glassberg AlLY NEWS EDITORS increase in state funding won't revent the University from reaching $11,01 eeperintostudents' andpar...…

July 20, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY . WN Midtgantail One hundred three years of editorial freedom S A Ag n J @1994 The Michigan Daily Roach must give LI papers, judge says City blasts 'U' office purchase *Ronnie Glassberg ALLY NEWS EDITOR The six-year court battle over the Jniversity Board of Regents' presi- ential search, which selected James J. )uderstadt, may have entered its final hapter. Last Wednesday Washtenaw ounty Circuit Judge Patrick Conlin rdered Th...…

July 27, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY One hundred three years of editorial freedom vifor gov.Is seat¢ Kiran Srinivas U.S.Rep.How d Wolpe - are run- LY STAFF REPORTER ning in the Democratic gubernatorial On Aug. 2, Michigan voters will primary. cide who will be Gov. John Engler's Whoever emerges as the winner of irring partner in the upcoming elec- the Democratic primary will face in- jy Comm. prof. sues over 'U' retaliation n. , cumbent Engler- who is running un- ...…

July 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…be idiTpu Datl Summer Weekly eOne hundred four years of editorial freedom Regents nt ' with Moeller bu y Amy Klein Both regents and University officials said Athletic Director Joe Roberson were the only why they were not kept informed. Daily News Editor they were never informed of the decision to parties involved in the negotiations. "I have a lot of questions, and It As Gary Moeller bolts to the NFL with buy Moeller's contract after he volunt...…

July 12, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…One hidftpn buarg One hundredfosur years of editorialfreedom lummer Weekly the loss lower bouquet es on the round while psilanti esidents stand n a street orner where a rive-by shooting ccurred Sunday ight. One person as killed and ther was seriously injured. Jespite witness accounts of gang- elated graffiti pear the site, psilanti Police Kieutenant Seorge Basar said the lepartment Irently has no information. "I on't have any information as t...…

July 19, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…One hundred four years of editorial freedom ummer Weekly Wednesday July 19, 1995 ruition hike lowest in years rn-state tuition shows 'commitment to residents' Milder increase 15 F- y Amy Klein aily News Editor In a single step that might improve rel, ons with both Lansing and Michigan res ents, the University has proposed the lowe i-state tuition increase in the last decade. The proposed 1995-96 General Fund bu which includes a 4.9-percen...…

July 26, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…EdditguaDaig One hundred fouryears of editorialfreedom Summer Weekly Wednesday July 26, 1995 'U' buys rmer Sig Eps house By Jessica Mass Daily Staff Reporter The whirlwind scandal that sur- rounded the folding of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house last fall will fi- ly comeo a close. Last Friday, the University Board of Regents approved the purchase of the former Sig Bps fraternity house. The University plans to use the prop- erty initi...…

July 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…*r ~ihiurni iln ne /undredfve years of editoni lfreedom Neal takes office as U' interim president By Jennifer Harvey Daily Managing Editor he has held since 1993. Neal said he looks forward most to I n t e r i m the responsibilities of the presidency. "I U n i v e r s i t y look forward to making those decisions President Homer that need to be made during the interim Neal took office period," Neal said in an interview with on Monday, filling ...…

July 10, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…One undredfive yearsfr t I "f ediz'lfeWEYm Anti-KKK protesters face charges in court Wednesday July 10, 1996 By Jennifer Harvey Daily Managnmg News Editor During several hours of sworn testi- mony in Judge Ann Mattson's 15th District court room last week, six of the anti-Ku Klux Klan protesters arrested at the June 22 rally in Ann Arbor experi- enced preliminary examinations for the felony charges brought against them. Two had their proceedi...…

July 17, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…*ne hundredfive years ofeditori/freedom Wednesday July 17, 1996 Tuition Increases This chart shows the increase in first-year student tuition during the past seven years. The increase in tuition is *ne of the lowest since % 1980. 8.6% 7.9% $17,738 Regents to vote on new budget M New budget proposes Daily, Machen said he will deliver a Last year, tuition for lower-division in smallest tuition hike in1 "much more conservative" budget, state s...…

July 24, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…ne hundred five years of editon freedom City prepares itself for Art ''air's crowds, traff'ic By Brian Campbell Daily Staff Reporter Ann Arbor residents, along with scores of visitors, will soon flood the city streets for the annual Ann Arbor Art Fair, which begins today. The four- Oy event brings in more than a thou- sand artists and attracts half a million people. "I'm looking forward to (the art fairs)," said Ann Arbor Mayor Ingrid Sheldon....…

July 31, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…ne hundredfve years LA of edtorialfreedom 'U' technology receives $22M git Wednesday July 31, 1996 * Engler says 'U' will lead flat panel display industry By Jennifer Harvey and Laurie Mayk Daily Editors The University's Center for Display *chnology and Manufacturing (DTM) yesterday received donations of flat panel display manufacturing equipment an intellectual property valued at $22 million. "It's what we believe will be another milestone ...…

July 02, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…One hundred six years ofeditorialfreedom Wednesday July 2, 1997 Hong Kong changes hands Students react with concern By Jason Stoffer I)ily Staff Reporter The somber faces of British officials ?8 cre overshadowed by the sense of jubi- [laion that erupted across mainland China yesterday as Hong Kong returned to Chinese control after 156 years of British rule. Fiteworks showered the midnight kies above Beijing's Tiananmen Square as Prince Charl...…

July 09, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…One hundred sA yearsf edironrfredom Wednesday July 9, 1997 Rackham dean named new 'U' provost By Heather Kamins Daily Ncvs Editor Signifying University President Lee Bollinger's first step in reconstructing the wavering administra- tion, Rackham Dean Nancy Cantor has been select- ed to serve as University provost - the University's second-in-command. The provost position has been up for grabs since early March, when Provost J. Bernard Mache...…

July 16, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…c . .e tx t YI One hundred sixeyears ofeditorialfreedom Wednesday July 16, 1997 )tate locates )315 M o 'U' Peter Meyers Is Staff Reporter 1 Michigan State House and late passed an appropriations bill that reased funding for state universities $64 million on July 3. 'We're very pleased," said associate :e President for University Relations nthia Wilbanks. This year the iversity will receive $315 million, $12 lion more than it received the ye...…

July 23, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…IUMleEi One hundred six years ofeditoriafreedom hief of Cold fe rology esigns 5 u I y Heather Kamins )ily News Editor Former University Chief of ~logy Joseph Oesterling was ered Monday to serve a yearlong probation, pay a $5,000 fine and ful-G fill 120 hours of community service , for a felony larceny charge, to which t he pleaded no contest in June. Oesterling resigned last week in they wake of an eight-month investigation of his billing ...…

July 30, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…hu yas feto One hundred six years of editorialfreedom Wednesday July 30, 1997 n a y ; AND U PA 43-NT) 0 a 0 Watson is concerned' about Martin By Heather Kamins Nrs Editor rmer Michigan assistant basket- ball coach Perry Watson said he was, concerned when he came to the University in 1991 because of his tense relationship with Detroit booster Ed Martin, according to - documents released by the University under the Freedom of Information Act....…

July 06, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…On idi an ali One hundred seven years of edftonzslfreedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Classified: 764-0557 Monday July 6, 1998 u x NIP Parties, parades, picnics mark 4th By Jennifer Yachnin Daily Staff Reporter Clouds and cool weather did not keep University students from enjoy- ing barbecues and fireworks during the Fourth of July on Saturday. Many University students chose to use the holiday weekend to visit with family and friends...…

July 13, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

…id~i~uu~4aF News: 76-DALY Display: 764-0554 Classified: 764-0557 Judges deny interventi ons One hundred seven years offeditorialfreedom Mlonday July 13, 1998 1edler ofthe nack By Susan T. Port Daily News Editor Detroit courts last week denied the motions of two coalitions of students seeking intervention in the two lawsuits challenging the University's use of race n its admissions policy. In a ruling handed down last Monday, U.S. Distric...…

July 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

…News: 76-DAILY ek Monday Display: 764-0554Mo d y Classified: 764-0557 One /undredseven years of editoralfreedom July 20, 1998 1998 Fall Undergraduate Tuton Increase of 3.9% Ttion to rise 3.9 percent 10000 _ oe DA'C It is~tio Susan T. Port University Provost Nancy Cantor said the Arbor) voted no on the budget, stating the Daily News Editor budget increase is necessary to maintain the University should not burden students with a 8000 With the st...…

July 27, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…O1je r editgauiatIg One hundred seven years of editorzW freedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-554 Mont Diversity semester planned By Susan T. Port Daily News Editor In an attempt to enrich campus-wide dis- cussion and dialogue on multiculturalism, the administration is launching an initia- tive, called Dialogues on Diversity, designed to foster the unique environment of the University. The School of Literature, Science and the Arts chose dive...…

July 06, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…Summer~mswn~msiunnu One hundred and eight years of editorniafeeom http:// Tuesday, July 6, 1999 www.michiganda}com Smith's athletic scholarship terminated ir. By Steve A. Rem Daily Spors Writer CALUMET PARK, Ill. - Michigan foot- ball player Demetrius Smith, only days after his alleged participation in a six-person embezzlement ring from an Ypsilanti Kmart store surfaced, received notice from the University that his athletic scholarshin ...…

July 12, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

…a ns w w m"Actj m Iv i O~ie /zwdr eeA yurv ~~4/776'A'si27httn:/ Monday, July 12, 1999 www michigandail com 'U' amongprotesters in .C. By Michael Grass Daily News Editor WASHINGTON - With the dome of the U.S. Capitol in sight, more than 100 students and labor activists from around North America and across the Pacific converged on the steps of the Department of Labor Friday to protest what they view as the U.S. govemment's apathetic action...…

July 19, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…sas ~muuiiomuminmu~onmnmmmmamnuuumueun u u er Wkly One hundred eight years of editorialfreedom http://www.michlgandaily.com Monday. July 19. 1999 S y;: >:r:ry. :::.h a fF F.Y:'Y:( :_ Sa" ( y :..r.catf+++"rK('. aPo(S )""'"^4 +u h: v '\< j. )>fySs G ca f 4 t( N^Yd', :. .> , y opK,'.p,. C (Y h v > $' kFi > n ' >f C ..F '(<~ . ,.1 Fa>a ' x b sKt u ,. i,..: r. %.-: . aa..:,: . C.. :2. .: 5.. ,.. Y' : '.t:: .> : : .::,u.'. :,U% ..W~ .t , i,.a ,...…

July 26, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

… ummuem~ummuummuumzuuusser VNI e e K. l... V Monday, July 26, 1999 One hundred eight geare ofeeditorizl freedom htp://wwmcigandaycom U'sets dedi e for1t h an rigt cmpli cc kyMichael Grass 77*committed to the disclosure of its factory locations. iNews Edlitori~ erca I on; ne tofThts most recent action follows the establishment The millennium computer i' t e c s on om a . tobug isn' the only thing ofthe University's Anti-Sweatshop Advisory the...…

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