So you got a 'C' on the big test you studied so hard for. What to do? You're busy and the professor's grade must be right'she is the professor after all'so you glumly accept the score. Right? Maybe not.
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Many see spring as a time of renewal, but it is one of reflection as well. Seniors are placing perspective on the closing weeks of their undergraduate experiences, parents are anticipating a summer of closer interaction with their children, and students, staff and faculty are wondering if they have done enough with the opportunities presented to them during the course of the last many months.
As most members of the university community are aware, the state legislature is in the early stages of responding to Gov. Doyle's recently proposed budget.
Last Thursday, I was invited to participate in a student forum about the USA Patriot Act. This event was well covered in the newspapers, and evidenced at least one broad point of agreement shared by me and many of those in the audience: that the Patriot Act and several other contemporaneous legislative enactments hurriedly enacted in the interest of public safety have, over time, proved to be just that-hastily crafted and, in many respects, ill-advised.
Over the past several days, a labor dispute has developed in a Korean-owned apparel manufacturing plant in Mexico. As this dispute grew, communications from numerous local, national and international sources began to come through the UW-Madison chancellor's office, seeking to apprise me of the situation and insisting that I intervene.