Friday, March 28, 2003The Supreme Court has announced it will release audio tapes of Tuesday's U-M admissions cases oral arguments. The article notes the court has only done that once before - for Bush v. Gore.
The Ann Arbor News had an important story today about something people I know have been talking about for some time - how Bollinger and the 'U' administration have chilled faculty discusion about affirmative action. The headline: "Faculty silent on admissions: Many at U-M are reluctant to discuss affirmative action" The story quotes philosophy professors Anderson and Velleman, who both have spoken about this before.
The Daily ran an article today about another schedule-creating website, MiSchedule.com. It mysteriously leaves out a website that was popular a few years back that might have been interesting to include - schedule monkey.
Also of note, a story about war-related graffitti. And David Horowitz's visit sounds like it was less a fiasco than last year.
Posted by Rob at 12:55 PM