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South House Balks at Bok



The South House committee decided this week not to nominate a representative for President Bok's newly formed advisory committee on questions of shareholder responsibility.

Citing a lack of power for the student-faculty-alumni group. Josh Schwartz 73, the House committee chairman also asserted that "if the intent of the committee is to represent students, then there's absolutely no reason why the Administration should select them."

South House's decision will apparently not affect the formation of the shareholder committee, though. At a press conference Tuesday. Bok said that the method of selecting members was left to the different schools and by mid-week, 12 of the 14 Houses had submitted the names of possible student representatives to Dean Whitlock for consideration.

Whitlock will chose two undergraduates from the group of nominees to serve on the shareholder committee.

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