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May 04, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY 9 i4e Id an~adg One hundred and three years of editorial freedom taps its own as Law School dean By James M. Nash DAILY EDITOR IN CHIEF Just two years after becoming a full profes- sor, Jeffrey Sean Lehman is at the helm of the University's Law School, the latest step in his "storybook career." Lehman's appointment as the Law School's 14th dean hinges on approval from the University Board of Regents in May. At 37 the youngest de...…

May 11, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY . 0e Aidipran~tig One hundred three years of editorial freedom .s 1a ,4 M i 1ai . As negotiations approach, union criticizes hiring practice By Kiran Srinivas mal hiring procedures. under-skilled temporary workers," Collie said. said the University has always tried to bargain in FOR THE DAILY AFSCME picketed Monday on Medical Cen- AFSCME members perform many jobs, from good faith with its union workers. He said the The American F...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY Eie £~idiipanDaig One hundred three years of editorial freedom LGMPO changes name to include bisexuals in group By Julie Becker Jim Toy, past co-coordinator of LGMPO, "There was not so much attention paid 20 Student reaction to the forthcoming name DAILY STAFF REPORTER said the informal name change came in re- years ago to bisexual concerns," Toy said. change was mostly positive, though many rec- What's in a name? sponse to years...…

May 25, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY 1jeSijauitaiaing One hundred three years of editorial freedom ;U' to slash Entree Plus, replace with new system 3y James M. Nash )AILY EDITOR IN CHIEF Once a simple meal pass and now a popular lebit-card program, Entree Plus will likely volve into an all-purpose plastic currency by all 1995. Off-campus merchants who fought the Uni- ersity for access to the card expect an official nnouncement early next month. But Univer- officia...…

June 01, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY I ~tjz Lirbigan &zilg One hundred three years of editorial freedom ol. CIV No. S Ann Abr Michigan Wednesday, June 1, 1994 1994 The Michigan -Daily U'names iin y Frank C. Lee AILY STAFF REPORTER Business Administration Prof. Thomas innear will become the University's interim ce president for development, if approved at the oard of Regents' June meeting. Kinnear's responsibilities will include over- eing the administration of the ...…

June 08, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY I MIj 5tbtgan&dIlg One hundred three years of editorial freedom t ol CiV N A Arr , h aW esdy J ' 44 eh y U' drafts ange to iag policy Common Areas Policy revision may ease student-use restrictions Julie Becker ILY STAFF REPORTER This fall, students who want to monstrate on the Diag or other com- on University areas may find it a tle easier. A committee made up of students, ff and administrators is working summer on revising the ...…

June 15, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY One hundred three years of editorial freedom Minorities criticize treatment by 'U' Medical School Julie Chang sity. Evans, a graduate of Harvard University, expressing their concern about the treatment of Medical School Dean Giles G. Bole also re- tAILY STAFF REPORTER chose to come to the University's Medical School minority students and supportive faculty at the ceived a letter in 1990 and another in 1993 when First-year Medical...…

June 29, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY . aIe £idilpu &dlg One hundred three years of editorial freedom V C, AnnnArbor, ichigan - WedfesdayJune 29, 1994 ©1994 The Michig Daily Richard L. Kennedy_ 38 years of University service State increases funding to 'U' Vice president ends stint with 'U' tomorrow By James M. Nash DAILY EDITOR IN CHIEF Richard L. Kennedy once said his ambition was to operate a hardware store in northern Michigan and sell worms. Instead, he entere...…

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- ...…

August 03, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY OGb Liditganiuig One hundred three years of editorial freedom Wolpe to challenge Engler FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS FormerU.S. Rep. Howard Wolpe won the Democratic gubernatorial omination early this morning after a nip-and-tuck battle with state Sen. Debbie Stabenow. The political science professor used the backing of labor and a strong showing among Detroit voters to go with his political ^ baseinhisold dis- trict to build an e...…

August 10, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY enehudthreyar s One hundred three years of editorial freedom Scholar Mandate' may require research for graduation 1 ulie Becker AILY STAFF REPORTER This fall, administrators will be discussing yet nother possible requirement for graduation from ie University. The.proposalunder discussion is the so-called Scholar Mandate," which would require all un- lergraduates to do research before graduating rom the University. Introduced i...…

September 08, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…WE It i Vol. CIV, No. 119 Ann Arbor, Michigan One hundred three years of editorial freedom Thursday, September 8, 1994 @ 1994 The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor teachers'strike frustrates local union, parents By DWIGHT DAVIS Daily Staff Reporter Classes may start today for University students, but for the 14,000 students in the Ann Arbor Public Schools, an extended sum- mer vacation stretches into its second week as the district's 1,100 teache...…

September 09, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…77, WE One hundred three years of editorial freedom AAW Vol. CIV, No. 120 Ann Arbor, Michigan Friday, September 9, 1994 0 1994 The Michigan Daily adiation committee: no testing done at 'U' By DAVID SHEPARDSON Daily News Editor A committee created by President James J. Duderstadt to investigate the University's role in the use of radia- tion experiments in the 1940s and 1950s has not uncovered any evi- #nce of experiments on volunteers, m...…

September 12, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…ittan t Vol CIV, No. 121 Anin Mb., Michigan One hundred three years of editorial freedom Monday, September 12,1994 0 1994 The Michigan Daily 'U' will not reimburse endowments for costs 0 Soon to be approved new rules will govern communication funds By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter In light of a June internal audit that found the University's commu- nication department had misspent funds from three of its endowments, the University ...…

September 13, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… 1' One hundred three years of editorial freedom ti Tuesday, September 13,1984 0 1994 The Michigan Daily Plane crashes onto lawn of White House AP PHOTO President Clinton shares a laugh with members of AmeriCorps during a ceremony at the White House where he swore in the first recruits. Clinton iaguae national service pla Los Angeles Times "Every generation in our history WASHINGTON - President has learned to take responsibility for Clint...…

September 14, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…*t Vol. CIV, No. 123 Ann Arbor, Michigan Clinton c The Baltimore Sun WASHINGTON - The United Sta patched an aircraft carrier yesterday witl a force that could launch an invasion of I early as next week, while the Clinton ad tration scrambled to reverse public an gressional opinion against an invasion. President Clinton, who met with I visers on final tactics yesterday, dec: deliver a televised address Thursday e from the Oval Office, outlining...…

September 15, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

…WE0r 444&1WV I&RAW qmPP7 VO. CIV, No. 124 Ann Arbor, Michigan One hundred three years of editorial freedom Thursday, September 15, 1994 @ 1994 The Michigan Daily U.'gets. $6.4M for disabilities projects One-time state appropriation earmarked for projects to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act By JOSH WHITE For the Daily Along with a 2.3-percent increase in state funding this year, the Univer- sity received a one-time appropria- ap...…

September 16, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…i * 1 @1. CIV, No. 125 Arbor, Michigan arking * oator's aycit oils Ann Arbor tickets almost 300,000 cars per year By JENNIFER HARVEY For the Daily -Some University students feel that truggling to find a spot in Ann Arbor s often difficult and frustrating. "Parking in Ann Arbor is ridicu- ously inconvenient," said LSA sopho- ore Kate DeMeester. "I would rather alk than take my car." Ignorance about potential parking iolations contributes to an ...…

September 19, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

…IL ittam t1 Vol. CIVI Nor 126 Ann Arbor, Michigan 1U' boosts efforts to hire women faculty By LISA DINES Daily Staff Reporter In line with the Agenda for Women, the University is taking steps to increase the number of senior women faculty on campus. The agenda, announced this past spring, is designed to increase the roles and improve the success of omen at the University. University President James J. Duderstadt said the University is es- ta...…

September 20, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…I E trirni tt One hundred three years of editorial freedom RIegenits cha-ng of ethics bylaws called 'political' By LISA DINES Daily Staff Reporter A change in the University's conflict-of-interest by- law has one regent and a candidate for the board charging that the move is politically motivated. The University Board of Regents yesterday revised its Regental and Executive/Senior Officer Conflict-of-Inter- est Policy to eliminate a "loopho...…

September 21, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

… WE F' Unily Duderstadt By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter LSA officials believed they finally ended the three-year saga on questionable communi- cation department endowment spending by pro- posing new guidelines earlier this month. ButUniversity PresidentJamesJ.Duderstadt *erted Friday that LSA Associate Dean John Cross "misspoke" when he said the guidelines would go into effect, pending approval of a University attorney. In June, a...…

September 22, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

…Jill, I r tit[ tINVA-lo 7rni One hundred three years of editorial freedom IMMMIM" . poll: State doctors oppose assisted-suicide ban Oin Assisted Suicilde A recent ISR survey of 336 physicians and 341 other Michigan residents gathered opinions on physician-assisted suicide. By MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON Daily Staff Reporter A University study may hold the answer to the unresolved question about the state's ban on assisted suicide. A study relea...…

September 23, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…One hundred three years of editorial freedom 4F till allk Iloppw Wto play against Colorado By CHAD A. SAFRAN Daily Football Writer The Michigan football team faces a tough mission. It's a mission that ould be labeled ... impossible. How- ver, unlike Peter Graves, the Wol- verines do not have the option of t ing it down. eir task: stopping the high- owered Colorado offense, which anks fourth nationally in total of- ense (548.5 yards per game)...…

September 26, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

…t'Elan ti r ' r e Afta'Arbor, b cbi ao - Monday, Self r 16,1"4 i Vol. CIV, No. 131 INIP xM, G p so A' 4 L e p , I, e a 'd} y t+v' k " *k' ' 3 .y e ea Aa Xh 'Eft 'a t J v a ; h' S !, a t" R, MoY4 fy ry3n 4 i4 GK fY ,* h i. Y "Ck { x, Ri >P pq'Y i :'R )t<yw s ^" ) d +fY ", a x y'al rya t F RE to if f y f ~ 56 r + as h Ci t/2 't w tir t, a y 4, v any V Y., 9 k v,, r 1 c- ° t r > a 5 e nth^'o J /yyrts a^, . Ny +Yr ))z k = d * J qj,$k h F, t s +,...…

September 27, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…funding for AATU may be on ;1SA balol U Proposed 25-cent fee hike would go to tenants' union By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter The Michigan Student Assembly will decide whether to fund the Ann *bor Tenants' Union (AATU) at its meeting tonight at 7:30 in MSA cham- bers. The proposed 1994-95 MSA bud- get provides no funds for AATU. Coordinator Pattrice Maurer and fel- low employees have protested the funding cut by collecting the signa- t...…

September 28, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

…-1 ite f*6F 1 1 ml ti One hundred three years of editorial freedom N PER G£Ombudsman dismissed after 13 years at 'U' In 1971, Perigo became By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter For 13 years, Donald Perigo has worked to solve students' problems within the University bureaucracy as ombudsman. Now, he has a problem of his own. In August, Perigo was told that his contract, which ends Dec. 31, would not be renewed. "I was stunned," said El...…

September 29, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…E it Ian ti One hundred four years of editorial freedom &udents donate bodies to research By JENNIFER HARVEY Daily Staff Reporter This fall, University students will get sunburned, fill out surveys and watch pornographic films - all in the name of research. Thousands of University students serve as subjects for research each mester. Depending on the project, dents may volunteer, earn credit or get paid for their efforts. For introductory ps...…

September 30, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…trrn Unily Assembly By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter In an emergency meeting yesterday, the Michigan Student Assembly agreed to provide $2,000 to the Ann Arbor Tenants' Union (AATU), a fraction of the interim funding re- quested. Last year, MSA allocated $24,320 to AATU. MSA members who support the tenants' union obtained a temporary restraining order from the Central Student Judiciary (CSJ). The order prevents MSA from spending mone...…

October 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…24b 'clanut Unti One hundred four years of editorial freedom ,Duderstadt predicts changes to grad students By LISA DINES Daily Staff Reporter Setting a broad vision for the fu- ture, President James J. Duderstadt said the University is moving to break down traditional boundaries in an ef- fort to change the way that students learn. "I think that one can make the case that (today's) University is better, stronger, more vital and a more exci...…

October 04, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…'Elan Ad One hundred four years of editorial freedom ,w a, ' - ISA pro poses NEXT TIME, I'LL TAKE THE STAIRS new policy to , deter cheating By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter yrR To combat the rising problem of academic dishonesty, ' the College of LSA has revamped its academic judiciary. - The new process seeks to speed up disposition of cases and makes it easier for faculty members to file complaints by N S F,5t adding a case worker...…

October 05, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…ICFIntl Air 74PI P, lw a tit! One hundred four years of editorial freedom A , 4y V C .TA unlonE keeps op By AMY KLEIN For the Daily This year marks the 20th anniver- s ry of the Graduate Employees Or- ization (GEO), the bargaining voice of University teaching assis- tants. Negiotiations have been so strained that in three of the past four contracts, GEO has voted on whether to strike. Now TAs are taking the offensive, while keeping open the...…

October 06, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…Webv til One hundred four years of editorial freedom financial aid director to retire after 17 years in office By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter The man who has helped students find money to attend the University announced he will leave his post after 17 years. Harvey Grotrian, the director of the University's Office of Financial Aid, an- *unced yesterday that he will retire, effec- tive Jan. 31, 1995. "My greatest accomplishment and...…

October 07, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…WEt 4 od 4v 41 Itqq run T *ri One hundred four years of editorial freedom Sig Eps turns in charter after sanctions By KATIE HUTCHINS Daily Staff Reporter The Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon - sanctioned more than any Greek body in recent history - took drastic action Wednesday. The fraternity turned in its charter. As now former Sig Eps President Scott Sandler said, "We're going to be allowed to live (at the house) as normal, rent-payi...…

October 10, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…One hundred four years of editorial freedom t1 MSA reps question quorum for budget CSJ rules budget will not go into effect without approval of meeting minutes By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter As the fall term heads into its second month, the Michigan Student Assembly is still working on its first order of business - passing a budget. A group of MSA representatives filed a complaint with the Central Student Judiciary (CSJ) after last...…

October 11, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…9 1~ Cir rn One hundred Four years of editorial freedom Vo.CN. n S -11tb 11 199 0, 9 h a al r'U students ask for greater input in Diag renovations By CHASTITY PRATT For the Daily As students trudge through, under and ound the half-dozen construction sites that e the Diag, few stop to consider what the ace will look like when the dust settles. According to the University planner's of- the 20,000 students on Central Campus eryday make a...…

October 12, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…* 1 Assembly passes budget MSA representatives continue to protest decrease in tenants' union funding By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter The Michigan Student Assembly, after more than a month of trying, has finally passed its budget. Last night, the assembly ratified external budget, which includes 6,750 designated for lobbying and no additional funds for the Ann Arbor Tenants' Union (AATU). The surplus budget already allo- cates $2,000 ...…

October 13, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…webn 4,b One hundred four years of editorial freedom EN FM -A l I t :'t Attorney places 'hazing n trial' By MELISSA KOENIGSBERG For the Daily One of the foremost experts on haz- ing transformed Rackham Auditorium into a courtroom last night, where he put "Hazing on Trial." David L. Westol, a former pros- uting attorney and current executive director of Theta Chi fraternity, spoke before small crowd of fraternity and sorority members. "My pu...…

October 14, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…0 ~42 *rnt I "f s.' M F. 'K Q t s'' One hundred four years of editorial freedom Big Ten title may be on the line as 'M' faces Lions By MICHAEL ROSENBERG Daily Football Writer Is tomorrow's Michigan-Penn State foot- ball game important? Only if you consider a Big Ten title, a Rose Bowl bid and a shot at the national title important. Penn State coach Joe Paterno and Michigan ch Gary Moeller apparently do, because they are taking this gam...…

October 17, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…Aristide focuses on selecting pficials Los Angeles Times PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The flags still waved, the troops remained on the streets and crowds milled about the Presidential Palace yesterday, but President Jean-Bertrand Aristide spent his first full day back in Haiti out of sight, attending to the dull routine of governing. According to diplomats, Aristide advisers and Haitian political figures, his first task will be to name a new prime...…

October 18, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

… E tirn Uti One hundred four years of editorial freedom Ann Ar:r, Mchiga - Tueday, ctobe 18, 194 n 994aT.s Vol. CV, No. 14 Police rele, By FRANK C. LEE have a po Daily Staff Reporter or two in Ann Arbor police released new neck. information yesterday on a suspected The p serial rapist who is alleged to be in- nounced t volved in the rape and beating of an task forc Ann Arbor woman last Thursday night serial rapi ar Community High School. th...…

October 19, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…It I I ml t tY One hundred four years of editorial freedom yane eyes new 'U' journalism unit in report By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter *A communication department faculty group has pro- posed an independent journalism unit in an 89-page proposal to a committee looking at revamping the depart- ment. Under the proposal, a major in journalism would require a dual concentration in another academic depart- ment. To what extent the propo...…

October 20, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…'nelaran One hundred four years of editorial freedom ti AAPD heads task force to locate rapist Gov. John Engler (left) and challenger Howard Wolpe field questions following last night's final gubernatorial debate in East Lansing. Verbal fr mr fd By FRANK C. LEE Daily Staff Reporter Ann Arbor police released addi- tional information yesterday on the multi-agency task force responsible for identifying and apprehending the man who allegedly ...…

October 21, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…i trrn *rnv One hundred four years of editorial freedom 7, Ay - 4 Nike, athletic department sign $7 million contract By MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON Daily Sports Writer In the largest deal ever between industry and collegiate athletics, Nike Inc. signed a contract Wednesday with the University, which will give the athletic department al- wst $7 million, mostly in apparel and schol- hips. The deal is in addition to personal services contracts Nike...…

October 24, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

….11 .Man kidi . Police say incident is r related to Ann Arbor serial rapist By LARA TAYLOR Daily Staff Reporter An 18-year-old female University st as kidnapped at gunpoint and returne armed yesterday morning, according to reports. The student was volunteering at Huror Baptist Church, 3150 Glazier Way, fc Student Jiospitalized after 2-way frat party By KATIE HUTCHINS and MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON Daily Staff Reporters An LSA sophomore was taken to...…

October 25, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…*} Library n By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter The namesake of the Harold T. and Vivian B. Shapiro Undergraduate Library said he knew it was traditional to name buildings after past presi- dents and he is happy they picked the UGLi. "I'm extremely pleased for a number of rea- &s: Ihave a wonderful relationship with Harlan Hatcher; it's also very close to where the Eco- nomics Building usedto be that burned down; and I have an enormous c...…

October 26, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…WEo t One hundred four years of editorial freedom Ford donates $5.5M toward 'U' campaign .. .... .... ...... ...... .. I Clinton begins trip to Mideast By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter The Ford Motor Co. announced Monday vill donate $5.5 million to the University's Campaign for Michigan - the largest single gift in the five-year campaign to raise $1 billion. "It's a tremendous gift and it's one that we're very grateful for," sai...…

October 27, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…ILy 'Er- tti -Agilk limpp;r One hundred four years of editorial freedom Puderstadt discusses women s agenda 0 By ROBIN BARRY Daily Staff Reporter University President James J. Duderstadt discussed the Michigan Agenda for Women with University women at a town meeting yester- day. The meeting, organized by the Women's Commission, marked the second time Duderstadt has met with *niversity staff this year about the agenda. A meeting with faculty...…

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