University of Michigan administrators to meet Friday with Black Student Union

12:48 pm
Thu January 23, 2014

University of Michigan administrators to meet Friday with Black Student Union

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Group wants increase in budget and number of black students at university
The University of Michigan's administration will meet with students from the Black Student Union Friday afternoon to discuss the groups demands for greater diversity on campus. The meeting will include Provost Martha Pollack, student life Vice President Royster Harper and Liz Barry, special counsel to U-M President Mary Sue Coleman, U-M spokesman Rick Fitzgerald told the Free Press.