Category: BAM-N

Searching U-M Salary Data

So you heard the Daily has posted the 2004 salaries. Now you can search the data online thanks to C. Gansen. Via a comment by Donn on Arborupdate. Here’s a few I pulled: Mary Sue Coleman: $484,500 Marvin Krislov: $247,491 E. Royster Harper: $221,708 Ralph Williams: $98,150 H.D. Cameron: $85,050 Diane Brown: $61,100 Matt Lassiter: […]

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Inviting BAM-N To Speak

According to an email I was forwarded, the featured speaker at a fundraiser in for MARAL Pro-Choice Michigan in Ann Arbor Thursday is non other than Miranda Massie. Miranda was the lead attorney for one group of student intervenors (the law students – not the undergrad intervenors) in the Grutter v. Bollinger affirmative action case. […]

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The Chronicle on Liberal Academe

The Chronicle of Higher Education has an interesting free story about the University of Georgia, concluding the school’s more liberal tendancies cause fewer tensions with the mostly Republican state government and student body than expected, and the University actually has good relations with state government. In my experience to a lesser extent the same is […]

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‘There is something profoundly ethical about this generation’

“There’s something profoundly ethical about this generation.” I attended the University’s Honors Convocation on Sunday, and was struck by the speech given by the student speaker, LSA Senior Eric Shieh. I emailed Mr. Shieh, and he sent me the text of his speech and gave me permission to post it here. Eric ShiehMar. 13, 2004 […]

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