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Student
Rights
candidates: 15
Mark Chekal, Business
Brian Burt, Rackham
Gus Teshke, Rackham
Corey Dolgan, Rackham
Vineet Saigai, Engin.
Justin Beres, Engin.
Luiz Vazquez, Medicine
Lily Hu, L SA
Brad Adelman, LSA
Jennifer Van Valey, LSA
Robbie Lambrix, LSA
Reyna Harris, LSA
Jason Krumholtz, LSA
Paul White, LSA
Nick Mavrick, LSA
Anti-harassment policy:
concedes the need for anti-
harassment actions but wants
student control over their
formulation and execution
"The policy excludes student
participation...particularly of
people that would be effected
by the policy.".
Protest policy: Believes it
should be revoked, again cited
lack of student participation in
formulation and execution.
"The policy has got to go. No
important University policy
should be made without the

Moderates
Candidates: 2
Stephen Webb, LSA
James Green, LSA
Key Quotes: "We believe
our views are much closer to
the majority."
Anti-harassment policy:
Believes the policy puts
students in double jeopardy
because the accused may be
tried by the University and the
civil courts.
Protest Policy: Does not
believe the policy if monitored
properly by student
government will impair free
speech.
"We do believe that it (the
policy) could be a problem and
that the student right to protest
could be impaired. Part of
MSA's job will be to protect that
right. We don't believe moves
currently made by the
administration impair that right."
Deputization: Supports
deputization if heavily
monitored by student
government.
"It's very tricky, something has
to be done to protect
students. (We) also realize
deputization can be used by

Practical
Candidates:2
David Bloomfield, Engineering
Bryan Mistele, Engineering
Key quotes: "A lot of the
votes MSA passes if put to a
student vote wouldn't ps."
Anti-harassment p@)#:rian
favor of the poicy, wants f to,
bo equal "across the boardftdr
minorities and non-minorities.
"If you harass someone you
should be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law."
PMtMt policy: In favor of
this policy because of the
intended protection of
students, says it is "satisfactory
over all."
"If a speaker is here they
should be allowed to speak
without being heckled."
Deputization: Believes that
deputization will help curb
campus crime, advocates an
increase in the number of
campus security officers
deputized. "We think by
deputizing we can only
improve the security on this
campus...We should make
them commit to deputizing
more officials."

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Jennifer Van Valey
input of University Council."
Deputization: Against
deputization, wants public
safety officers to increase
patrolling
Off-campus issues:
Believes MSA has a
responsibility to keep up with
national and international
issues, wants increased
feedback from students on
how to handle particular off-
campus issues. "MSA has a
responsibility to keep up on
issues of national and inter-
national (importance)."

Stephen Wbb

the administration to oppress
(students)."
Off-campus issues:
Agrees with the discussion
and support of certain off-
campus issues but not the
allocation of MSA funds to
these issues.
"If there's a general feeling
among the student population
there's nothing wrong with
MSA representing that
position."

Off-campus issues:
Against MSA including off-
campus issues in its agenda,
wants all of the assembly's
energies and money to be
focused on the campus
"As much as these are valid
concerns, the MSA's time and
money should be spent on
issues of concern to people on,
this campus....not dabbling in
international politics."

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Centerpoint
Candidates:12
Jasmine Singh, Business
Mark Schribner, Engine.
Leonard Kleinow, LSA
Daniel Quick, LSA
Karen Libertiny, LSA
William Schmittel, LSA
Paul Marquardt, LSA
Marc Reichardt, LSA
Mitchell Kulick, LSA
C. Delro Harris, LSA
Vincent Van Tiem, LSA
Laura Sankey, Music
Key quotes: "A lot of the
reason MSA is seen as being
silly is because they use silly
tactics. We don't think the most
effective way to act is to show
up at the regents' meeting in a
kangaroo suit."
"MSA is pursuing the broader
political agenda of (those) on
MSA. It has nothing to do with
the students. MSA is not a
megaphone for these people
to be heard."
Anti-harassment policy:

Wants a system which will han-
dle complaints but believes the
policy is not an effective way of
doing this. Thinks the lack of
student participation in the
policy's formulation led to its
weaknesses.
"We feel that there needs to
be some kind of system where
complaints of discriminatory
acts can be heard. However,
we are concerned that the
power in it can be abused...
(the policy) is vague."
Protest policy: Does not
believe it can be implemented
or should be
"The most important thing is
that everyone has the right to
be heard.
Deputization: Disagrees
that deputized campus secu-
rity will help diminish crime "It
looks like (the administration)
wants an in-house arrest capa.
bility for developing (things)
like protests."
Off-campus issues: Does
not believe MSA is capable of

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Marc Reichardt

accurately representing stu-
dent views on these issues,
and that MSA should not
adress them until they are
more representative.
"MSA right now has no idea
what's important to the stu-
dents."

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