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NEWS

Administration begins
code publicity campaign

The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 15
M
If You Are Still Looking For
A Place To Live This Fall

BY LISA MAGNINO
Campus kiosks have long been a
source for finding out about the lat-
est local concerts, speakers, and
events.
But'starting this fall, they'll also
serve notice of the University's new
discriminatory acts policy - and the
consequences of disobeying it - as
part of an administrative campaign
to publicize the policy, which was
implemented last May.
The campaign began in the mid-
dle of June when orientation
students received a handout addres-
sing the new policy, which makes
discriminatory acts punishable by
4eps up to expulsion.
"The University trusts that most
#udents share its vision of the com-
9munity," it reads. "Inevitably, some
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advertisement in the Daily, and pos-
sibly commercials on WCBN and
WUOM.
The campaign does not detail the
University's system for enforcing
the code. But Marlene Francis, spe-
cial assistant to the director of the
Affirmative Action Office, said it
does refer students to the University
Affirmative Action Office for fur-
ther information.
Michael Phillips, president of the
Michigan Student Assembly, has
opposed the new policy in the past.
He criticized the publicity campaign.

"The University is a propaganda
machine - it spews out policies that
no one can possibly agree with. In
this campaign all they're saying is
'For four years, close your eyes and
go to class."'
To counteract'the administrative
campaign, MSA plans what Phillips,
an LSA senior, terms a "reality
campaign."
"We don't have the money to
compete with the University word
for word, but we will use posters,
and we can and will go door to
door," Phillips said.

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