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PSYCHOLOGY IN RELIGION
Third Program
CONCEPTIONS AND PRECONCEPTIONS
ABOUT RELIGION
This program will have an experimental focus. Clinical Psychologist
Alice Brunner will help facilitate the exploration of people's positive
and negative feelings about religion. An attempt will be made to iden-
tify what in the past has nutured or hindered spiritual sensitivity. Do
the terms religion and spirituality mean different things?
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For more information call 663-3336
SPRING BREAK '85

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swer is the LSA curriculum committee.
"We're (curriculum commitee mem-
bers) starting to look at what the
curriculum of the college is," said
Meiland. "The curriculum committee
this year has not been a rubber stamp
at all. We're looking at the courses in
the context of the whole curriculum in
relation to the goals of undergraduate
education."
RESEARCH faculty who concentrate
on investigation were also attacked by
the report for shrugging teaching duties
for the more prestigious results of
publishing research.
Billy Frye, vice president for
academic affairs and provost, says that
there is no inherent conflict between

port says
research and instruction. But he said
conflicts do arise in time commitments
and chances for promotion. He said
teaching skills and research accom-
plishments are weighted equally. "You
are going to find variation... the goal
we aim for is to recognize both in
promotion."
"THE JOB of the researcher is to
acquire, interpret, and evaluate infor-
mation and that is what we are trying to
teach our students. So researchers
ought to be the best teachers," Meiland
said.
The claim that industry has shaped
the curriculum is false, according to
Meiland.
"Liberal arts college is not aimed at
the particular job markets," he said.

THE
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YOUR
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IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Reagan made 'backroom' arms
deal with Soviets, column says
WASHINGTON - President Reagan, in a "backroom deal," informed the
Soviet Union in September 1981 he would not seek ratificaton of the SALT II
treaty, Jack Anderson reports in his column today.
THe result of the "secret arms deal," Anderson says, was that the Soviets
built 500 more strategic missiles than the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty
allows.
"Not only was the American public kept in the dark about this possibilty
unconstitutional exercise of presidential authority, but Reagan didn't even
tell the Senate about the secret agreement until two weeks ago," Anderson
wrote.
Calling it "Ronald Reagan's Yalta," the columnist said senators who.a
inquired about the "backroom deal" six months ago were led to believe no
such agreement had been reached.
Anderson said it came to light in a secret document sent to the Senate two
weeks ago. He said the document contained the following "stunning ad-
mission:"
"In September 1981, the U.S. notified the U.S.S.R. that it would not seek
ratification of SALT II, thus relieving both parties underinternational law of
any obligation with respect to the treaty.",
Sidon cheers Israeli pullout
SIDON, Lebanon - Israeli troops pulled back from this Mediterranean
port and abandoned crossings on the Awali River yesterday, ending oc-
cupation of territory inhabited by a half-million people. War-weary a
Lebanese cheered and danced in the streets in celebration.
The withdrawal was the first step in a three-phase plan to remove all
Israeli troops from south Lebanon by summer. It was announced at 7 a.m.
and completed "without any mishaps" shortly before 3 p.m. according to
Israeli military announcements.
Lebanese soldiers and armored vehicles moved rapidly into the area
vacated by the Israelis and were greeted with showers of rice and roses by
south Lebanon's citizens.
Thousands of Sidon residents danced in the streets. Sirens wailed, horns
blared and a new poster went up showing a Lebanese soldier, a womann and a
child and heralding "My nation, my flag, my army - the generation of the
future.
Walesa calls for general strike
WARSAW, Poland - Solidarity chief Lech Walesa dared Communist:
authorities to arrest him yesterday and urged workers to take part in a 15-:
minute general strike this month.
The Feb. 28 strike would be held to protest government plans to raise food
prices.
Walesa emerged from an hour-and-a-half meeting with a Gdansk
prosecutor, during which he says he was warned he could be sent to prison
for five years for continuing to lead the banned free trade union movement.
The 41-year-old shipyard electrician, winner of the 1983 Nobel Peace Prize,
then issues a statement saying the latest police crackdown against
Solidarity would not make him give up.
"Repressions did not break and won't break the Polish nation," said
Walesa, reading his statement to The Associated Press over the telephone.
"On the contrary they create bigger determination in our struggle.
"I remind again all Solidarity members that the call for protest action of
Feb. 28, 1985, is still valid.

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The Michigan Umnion Bookstore presents
Author of Origins of the CivilRights Movement
Dr. Morris will be in our store
Tuesday, February 19th
for book signing
PLEASE JOIN US FOR COFFEE AND CONVERSATION
Origins of the Civil Rights Movement
AND ALL OTHER BOOKS IN THE BLACK STUDIES SECTION
Frnm Foh 17.. ?

Searches stall border traffic
SAN DIEGO - Motorists trying to enter the United States from Mexico
were delayed for hours yesterday at U.S. border checkpoints as officials in-
tensified their search for a narcotics agent kidnapped in Mexico.
The clamp-down on traffic began Friday afternoon when the U.S. Customs
Service began checking under the hoods and in the trunks of each car en-
tering the United States. Drivers were questioned as usual but many said
they were given no reason for the delay.
Customs officials searched vehicles along the 1,700-mile Mexican border
from San Ysidro to Brownsville, Texas, for Drug Enforcement Agent
Enrique Camarena Salazar, who last was seen Feb. 7 being thrown into a car
by four men in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The length of traffic lines varied among checkpoints, but the Customs
chief at San Ysidro said waits would last up to nine hours during the holiday
weekend marking George Washington's birthday.
By noon yesterday, Customs lifted its full search on cars belonging to U.S.
citizens - about 45 percent of the traffic at San Ysidro.
Dems fail 'morality report card'
WASHINGTON - More than half of Congress flunked a "moral report
card" released yesterday by the conservative Christian Voice lobby, which
scored members on such issues as school prayer, abortion and capital
punishment.
Fifty senators and 236 House members received failing grades of 50 per-
cent or less, based on 12 votes in Congress last year, Christian Voice said.
The report card said Republicans outscored Democrats, with Republicans
.82 percent and Democrats collectively failing with 27 percent.
Democrats who Christian Voice saw as contenders for the 1988 presiden-
tial nomination also failed. Sen.. Gary Hart of Colorado scored a zero, Sen.
Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts got 10 percent, Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of
Texas scored 22 percent and Sen. Dale Bumpers of Arkansas earned 36 per-
cent.

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