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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 29, 1989 - Page 7

PROFILES
Continued from Page 3
Jim Ratner,
Business School junior
Anti-Harassment Policy: Called it a
complex issue. Has trouble with
any policy on First Amendment
issues. Described the policy as po-
tentially dangerous.
Peace and Justice: MSA should not
spend a lot of time trying to dis-
solve the committee. Has objec-
tions to money being spent on
student trips abroad.
General Comments: MSA should be
focused on the campus. Objects to
fact-finding tours. Also concerned
the present administration is more
concerned with their own politics
than serving students.

Kari Johnstone,
LSA senior
Could not be reached for comment.
Michael Leizerman,
LSA junior
Anti-Harassment Policy: There needs
to be something students abide by.
Peace and Justice: There is a need for
Peace and Justice. It should remain
an MSA commission.
General Comments: No comment.

David Park,
LSA junior
Anti-Harassment Policy: Supports
the administration's policy.
Peace and Justice: No comment.
General Comments: Wants to insure
that international students are rep-
resented on the assembly, and that
he is concerned more money is go-
ing towards the engineering school
than LSA, and concerned with tu-
ition rises.

Paul Oppedisano,
School of Public Health
Anti-Harassment Policy: Favors
some kind of code because "there
has to be an institutionalized way
for people who feel harassed to do
something."
Peace and Justice: Likes the idea and
thinks no changes should be made.
General Comments: MSA should be
more accessible to student in-
volvement. No one is really inter-
ested in MSA.

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General Comments: Wants to repre-
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