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Ppae 14 -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988

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K NOW YOUR RIGHTS!
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN STRICTLY PROHIBITS
DISCRIMINATION AND DISCRIMINATORY HARASSMENT
ON THE BASIS OF:
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Protest
Continued from Page 3
During the meeting, however,
Duderstadt indicated that he preferred
the regents make the changes during
the summer.
The package of policy changes
also includes guidelines by the Uni-
versity's Civil Liberties Board that
define the free speech rights of all
parties - speakers, performers, the
audience, and protesters - at cam-
pus events. The CLB is composed of
students, faculty, and staff.
"Protesters must not interfere un-
duly with communication between a.
speaker or artist and members of the
audience," according to the guide-
lines, which would allow "the usual

range of human reactions commonly
displayed by an audience during
heated discussions."
Dolgon, also a CLB member,
said the clause is too open-ended to
guarantee protesters' rights. "It's
ambiguous," he said. "It leaves it
open for the University to decide
what's proper and what's not," he
said..
Dolgon said neither student CLB
members nor MSA representatives
will endorse guidelines on speech
and protest until the University ac-
cepts student input about which
speakers it invites.
"Free speech is meaningless un-
less it is free and equal speech," he
said. "You don't shout down a
speaker when you've had an oppor-
tunity to decide who's speaking."
Fleming disagreed, saying stu-

dents invite many controversial
speakers, such as the High Times
editor who spoke at the annual Haslj
Bash, without University approval.
At press time, the regents planned
to contact the Washtenaw County
Sheriff's Department to deputize two
security officers, and UndersherifE
Michael Johnson said he would be
receptive to the idea. The security"
officers would be empowered to ar-'
rest people on campus for state and
county law violations but not for
University policy violations.
The University wanted to deputize
two security officers so they would,
not have to wait for the Ann Arbor,
Police to come and perform the ar-
rests.

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THE UNIVERSITY HAS ADOPTED A NEW POLICY TO
ENFORCE ITS STAND AGAINST DISCRIMINATION.
YOU ARE AFFECTED AND PROTECTED BY THIS POLICY
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES!
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TO BE FREE FROM SEXUAL HARASSMENT, INCLUDING UNWANTED SEXUAL
ADVANCES, OFFENSIVE COMMENTS AND VERBAL OR PHYSICAL ASSAULT
TO REPORT DISCRIMINATION WITHOUT FEAR OF REPRISAL
TO DEFEND YOURSELF IF YOU ARE ACCUSED OF DISCRIMINATORY HARASSMENT
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SANCTIONS AGAINST STUDENTS WHO VIOLATE THE POLICY
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W e are Manufacturers National Corporation, a major Detroit-based regional bank
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variety of financial services to customers worldwide through the corporation's banking and
subsidiary offices.
Representatives of Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit (our principal subsidiary)
will be conducting campus interviews for career opportunities within the Metro Detroit area
at the University of Michigan for the school of Business Administration on Wednesday,
October 26, 1988.
They will seek individuals who have a Bachelors degree in a business related field.
High acedemic achievement in accounting and finance is preferred. We offer a wide variety
of exciting and challenging career opportunities for:
"*Cost & Financial Analysts in our Controllers Department
" Corporate Trust Analysts in our Trust Department
" Examiners in the Audit Department
Formal training opportunities are also available for:
" Credit Analysts in our Credit Department
" Branch Management Trainees in our Retail Services Department
" Programmer Trainees in the Systems Department
Explore the career possibilities with us. Contact your placement office to arrange an on-
campus interview.

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