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The candidates for Michigan Student Assembly President and Vice President in the spring election were in the Daily today. To see their UMich directory entry, click on the names: Students First will be running current MSA Student General Counsel Jason Mironov for president, and College Democrats Chair Jenny Nathan for VP. The University Party is […]

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I’ve received this feedback from Peter Mooney, an opinion staffer at the Michigan Daily in 1985 and 1986, opinion editor in 1987, and a city beat news reporter in 1988. Although it sounds as if BAM-N has attempted to meddle with the Daily in the past, they had nothing to do with last year’s boycott. […]

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“… Tripp was asked to speak about the campus environment before BAM – a separate group from todayís BAMN – began its efforts in the late 1960s. BAMís protests of the University led to the creation of programs designed to increse racial diversity. As a student, Tripp was not alone in his efforts to promote […]

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BAM-N Update A former member of the ostensibly pro-affirmative action group BAM-N has contacted me, the third or forth to do so since I launched noBAMN.com. This has reminded me exactly how important it is to reiterate the nature of this divisive organization. First, I should explain that I became interested in BAM-N because I […]

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The Daily printed today a letter written in response to a column by Ari Paul about the anti-affirmative action ballot initiative led and bankrolled by Ward Connerly. Paul has written a response, which appears exclusively here, following the letter from the campaign manager of the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative. “To the Daily: A letter recently […]

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Leave it to the British to handle their radical politics thoroughly: according to this South London newspaper, the government antagonized by Luke Massie has compiled a 145 page “dossier” of RWL/BAM-N: “It alleges they are involved with US-based organisations the Revolutionary Workers’ League and the Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action By Any Means Necessary (BAMN).…It […]

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‘Michigan is at the center of it all’ The Detroit News ran a lengthy piece today about the anticipation leading up to the admissions policy the University is expected to release, if the newspaper is to be believed, this week. The university plans to apply the new policy for the class entering January 2004. However, […]

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